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A discourse on western planting

A discourse on western planting

written in the year 1584

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Published by Maine Historical Society in Cambridge [Mass.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Colonization.,
  • Spain -- Colonies.,
  • America -- Discovery and exploration.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesDiscourse concerning westerne planting., Documentary history of the State of Maine.
    Statementby Richard Hakluyt ; with a preface and an introduction by Leonard Woods ; edited, with notes in the appendix, by Charles Deane.
    SeriesCIHM/ICMH Microfiche series -- no. 07386, Collections of the Maine Historical Society -- Second series.
    ContributionsWoods, Leonard, 1807-1878., Deane, Charles, 1813-1889.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination4 microfiches (177 fr.).
    Number of Pages177
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19094180M
    ISBN 100665073860

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    Original text and cited footnotes from David B. Quinn & Allison M. Quinn, eds. Discourse of Western Planting (London: Hakluyt Society, ). Hakluyt (pronounced Hak-loot) wrote the Discourse to urge English investors to support the planting of a colony in Virginia and to convince Queen Elizabeth that their efforts would enhance the social and. In these excerpts from the first three chapters of Discourse on Western Planting, Richard Hakluyt (the younger) argues why England should compete with Spain in colonizing the America. Specifically, he makes the case for converting the Indians to Christianity, and suggests that without colonies, England's economy is at a disadvantage.

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Hakluyt, Richard. Woods, Leonard, Deane, Charles, Created / Published. A discourse concerning western planting Item Preview remove-circle Book digitized by Google from the library of Oxford University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Also issued as v. 2 of the Documentary history of the state of Maine, Cambridge, Pages: Discourse Concerning Western Planting was a document written by Richard Hakluyt in This document was written to convince Queen Elizabeth I to support the colonization schemes of Walter Raleigh and to encourage English merchants and gentry to invest in those ticut Colony: Fundamental Orders of.

Document: A particuler discourse concerninge the greate necessitie and manifolde comodyties that are like to growe to this Realme of Englande by the Westerne discoveries lately attempted, Written In the yere by Richarde Hackluyt of Oxforde at the requeste and direction of the righte worshipfull Mr.

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Richard Hakluyt was an Elizabethan writer whose subject was the early voyages of discovery to America and the importance of world trade. His many books were considered influential in encouraging English merchants and the government to adopt a. Discourse of Western Planting (London: Hakluyt Society, ).

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A Discourse of Western Planting, by Richard Hakluyt Chap. That this voyage will be a greate bridle to the Indies of the Kinge of Spaine, and a meane that wee may arreste at our pleasure for the space of tenne weeks or three monethes every yere one or twoo C.

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Walter Raghly [Raieigh] now Knight, before the coming home of his Two Barkes: and is divided into xxi chapters, the Titles whereof. A Discourse Concerning Western Planting Written by Richard Hakluyt- gave reasons why Queen Elizabeth I should colonize including: spread Protestantism, reviving the.

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