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The pleasant historie of the conquest of the West India, now called New Spaine. Atchieued by the most woorthie prince Hernando Cortes, marques of the valley of Huaxacac, most delectable to reade. Translated out of the Spanish tongue, by T. N. Anno. 1578.

The pleasant historie of the conquest of the West India, now called New Spaine. Atchieued by the most woorthie prince Hernando Cortes, marques of the valley of Huaxacac, most delectable to reade. Translated out of the Spanish tongue, by T. N. Anno. 1578.

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Creator: López de Gómara, Francisco, 1511-1564
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Date: 1596.
Publisher: Printed by Thomas Creede.
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Gothic type.
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Dedicatory epistle signed: Thomas Nicholss [i.e. Nicholas]
English and Latin verses by Stephen Gosson in praise of the translator: 5th prelim. leaf.
A translation of the second part of the author's Historia general de las Indias, Saragossa, 1552.
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6 p.l., 405, [6] p. 16 x 13 cm.
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Object ID: 15535473
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