A new survey of the West-Indies. Being a journal of three thousand and three hundred miles within the main land of America. By Thogage, the only Protestant that was ever known to have travel's those parts. Setting forth his voyage from Spain to S. John de Ulhua: and thence to Xalapa, Tlaxcalla, the city of Angels, and Mexico: with a description of that great city, as in former times, and at present. Likewise his journey thence through Guaxaca, Chiapa, Guatemala, Vera Paz, & c. with his abode XII. years about Guatemala, his wonderful conversion and calling to his native country: with his return through Nicaragua and Costa Rica, to Nicoya, Panama, Porto bello, Cartagena, and Havana. With an account of the Spanish naviagation thither; their government, castles, ports, commodities, religion, priefts and friers, Negro's, Mulatto's, Mestiso's, Indians; and their feasts and solemniries. With a grammar, or some few rudiments of the Indian tongue, called Poconchi or Poceman.

  • Gage, Thomas, 1603?-1656.
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English-American his travail by sea and land


London : Printed by Benj. Motte, for Tho. Horne at the south entrance of the Royall Exchange, 1711.

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[8],384,387-477,[19]p. : map ; 80.


The 4th edition enlarg'd by the author, with an accurate map.

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Sabin , 26302
ESTC N64561


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