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State Papers relating to the Defeat of the Spanish Armada, 1588 Volume II

Vol 2 (1894), Professor J K Laughton

These are chiefly ‘State Papers’ in the narrow sense of records of the English Secretary of State, but include other English government documents from the Public Record Office and the British Museum. Vol II August to December 1588. In appendices Vol.II prints a list of the English fleet; letters of Captain Thomas Cely from a… Read Abstract »

State Papers relating to the Defeat of the Spanish Armada, 1588 Volume I

Vol 1 (1894), Professor J K Laughton

These are chiefly ‘State Papers’ in the narrow sense of records of the English Secretary of State, but include other English government documents from the Public Record Office and the British Museum. Vol I covers December 1587 to July 1588.

The Naval Miscellany, Volume II: The Taking of the Madre de Dios, 1592.

Vol 40 (1910), C. Lethbridge Kingsford

This volume contains documents that date from the sixteenth to the nineteenth century. The three for the sixteenth century include English piracy against the Spaniards, a Scottish document about a ship getting under way and the taking of the Madre de Dios in 1592. Two documents from the seventeenth century are a description by Rear… Read Abstract »

The Naval Miscellany, Volume II: The Sea Scene from The Complaynt of Scotland, 1549.

Vol 40 (1910), Alan Moore

This volume contains documents that date from the sixteenth to the nineteenth century. The three for the sixteenth century include English piracy against the Spaniards, a Scottish document about a ship getting under way and the taking of the Madre de Dios in 1592. Two documents from the seventeenth century are a description by Rear… Read Abstract »

The Naval Miscellany, Volume II: Voyage of the Barbara to Brazil, Anno 1540

Vol 40 (1910), R.G. Marsden

This contains documents that date from the sixteenth to the nineteenth century. The three for the sixteenth century include English piracy against the Spaniards, a Scottish document about a ship getting under way and the taking of the Madre de Dios in 1592. Two documents from the seventeenth century are a description by Rear Admiral… Read Abstract »