SIR FRANCIS DRAKE AS SEEN BY HIS CONTEMPORARIES.
With a Bibliographical Supplement by Burton Van Name Edwards.
- Providence: The John Carter Brown Library, 1996.
- small 8vo.
- stiff paper wrappers.
- xvi, 93+(1) pages.
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One of the greatest of British historians, David Beers Quinn, reviews in this essay some of the controversies swirling around Drake in his lifetime and brings to light the grudging admiration in which Drake was held by many Spaniards, in spite of his destructiveness to Spanish interest. With a bibliographical supplement describing more than 100 printed sources in the Library relating to Drake.
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