The most authentic account is that by Hakluyt in 1582, and though it is rather long, it is worth extracting in full.
This was Hakluyt, who must have been known to Lyly; and for the following reason.
Returning to Wales he once more set out with ten vessels, but concerning his further adventures Powell and Hakluyt are silent.
(Bohn's), is the following, purporting to be from Hakluyt, vol.
In 1600 Hakluyt included a more accurate translation in his Principal Navigations.
The "Travaile" was first published by the Hakluyt Society in 1849.
Two accounts of this voyage are to be found in Hakluyt's collection (pp. 466 and 476).
The words of the grant are handed down to us by Hakluyt, vol.
The second was in 1536, under a leader named Hore—a voyage of which a graphic account is given in Hakluyt.
The details of that gallant fight stand in the pages of Hakluyt.