|Title:||Nevves of the complement of the art of nauigation. And of the mightie empire of Cataia. Together with the Straits of Anian. By A.L. The principall contents whereof follow in the next page.|
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Nevves of the complement of the art of nauigation. And of the mightie empire of Cataia. Together with the Straits of Anian. By A.L. The principall contents whereof follow in the next page.
At London: Imprinted by Felix Kyngston, 1609.
|Alternate titles:||Newes of the complement of the art of navigation Newes of the complement of the art of navigation.|
The author's name, Anthony Linton, appears on A2 recto.
The last leaf is blank.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Navigation -- Early works to 1800.
Nautical astronomy -- Early works to 1800.
TO ALL AND SINGVLER THE SVB∣IECTS OF THE MOST HIGH AND MIGHTIE PRINCE, IAMES by the grace of God, King of Great Bri∣taine, France and Ireland, defender of the Faith, &c. being Mathematicians, Merchants, Nauigators, Trauel∣lers, &c. And also to all other, furtherers and fauourers of Geographie, Nauigation, and Discoueries; and to euerie of them, respectiuely; ANTHONIE LYNTON Parson of Worth, in the Coun∣tie of Sussex, wisheth health, and all true happinesse.
The Authors farewel to his Epistle.
Britannia magna ad Authorem: Progeniem suam.