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Author: Ogilby, John, 1600-1676.
Title: America : being the latest, and most accurate description of the new vvorld containing the original of the inhabitants, and the remarkable voyages thither, the conquest of the vast empires of Mexico and Peru and other large provinces and territories : with the several European plantations in those parts : also their cities, fortresses, towns, temples, mountains, and rivers : their habits, customs, manners, and religions, their plants, beasts, birds, and serpents : with an appendix containing, besides several other considerable additions, a brief survey of what hath been discover'd of the unknown south-land and the arctick region : collected from most authentick authors, augmented with later observations, and adorn'd with maps and sculptures / by John Ogilby ...
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Print source: America : being the latest, and most accurate description of the new vvorld containing the original of the inhabitants, and the remarkable voyages thither, the conquest of the vast empires of Mexico and Peru and other large provinces and territories : with the several European plantations in those parts : also their cities, fortresses, towns, temples, mountains, and rivers : their habits, customs, manners, and religions, their plants, beasts, birds, and serpents : with an appendix containing, besides several other considerable additions, a brief survey of what hath been discover'd of the unknown south-land and the arctick region : collected from most authentick authors, augmented with later observations, and adorn'd with maps and sculptures / by John Ogilby ...
Ogilby, John, 1600-1676., Montanus, Arnoldus, 1625?-1683.

London: Printed by the author ..., 1671.
Notes:
Includes bibliographical references.
Reproduction of original in Huntington Library.
Subject terms:
Voyages and travels.
America -- Discovery and exploration.
America -- History -- To 1810.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A53222.0001.001

Contents
frontispiece
title page
A Catalogue of the Authors, which are either mention'd, or made use of in this Volume of America.
THE CONTENTS of the several CHAPTERS and SECTIONS.
AN ACCURATE DESCRIPTION OF AMERICA.
CHAP. I. America, unknown to the Antients.
CHAP. II. Of the Original of the Americans, whence they came, when, how, and from what People Planted.
SECT. I.
SECT. II.
CHAP. III. First Discoverers of America. Christopher Colonus his Expedition.
SECT. III.
SECT. VI. Pietro Alponso Nigno his Voyage.
SECT. V. The Voyage of Vincent Agnes Pinzon.
SECT. V. The Expedition of Americus Vesputius.
SECT. VII. The Expedition of Alphonso, Fogeda, Diego Nicuesa, Ancisus, and Roderick Colmenares.
SECT. VIII. Peter Arias his Expedition, and remarkable Passages of Vascus Nunnez.
SECT. IX. The Expeditions of Francisco Fernandez, Lupus Caizedus, Christophero Morantes, Bernardo Igniguez, and Juan Grisalva.
SECT. IX. The Expedition of Ferdinand Magaglian, commonly call'd Magellane.
SECT. X. Ferdinando Cortez his Voyage.
SECT. XI. Diego Gottierez his Expedition.
SECT. XI. The Expeditions of Peter Alvarado, Francisco and Gonzalvo Pizarro, and Diego de Almagro.
SECT. XII. The Expeditions of John Stade, and Nicholas Durando Villegagnon.
SECT. XIII. The Expeditions of John Ribald, Renatus Laudonier, and Gurgie.
SECT. XIV. Four English Expeditions, under the Conduct of our Famo••〈…〉 Martin Forbisher, Sir Francis Drake, Thomas Candish, Smith.
SECT. XV. Netherland Expedition by Jaques Mahu, and Simon de Cordes.
SECT. XVI. The Expedition of Oliver van Noord.
SECT. XVI. The Expedition of George Van Spilbergen.
SECT. XVII. The Expedition of William Corneliszon Schouten, and Jacob Le Maire.
SECT. XVIII. Voyage of the Nassavian Fleet, under the Command of Jaques L' Heremite, and Geen Huigo Schapenham.
Henry Brewer his Voyage.
The Second Book, CONTAINING A DESCRIPTION OF Northern America.
CHAP. I. Of the Bounds of America, and of the Division of the Mexican or Northern part thereof.
SECT. II. Estotiland.
SECT. III. Terra Laboratoris.
SECT. IV. Canada, or New France.
SECT. V. Accadia, or Nova Scotia.
SECT. VI. Norumbegua.
CHAP. II. New England.
SECT. II. New Netherland, now call'd New York.
A NEW DESCRIPTION OF MARY-LAND.
SECT. III.
SECT. IV. Virginia.
The Relation of Captain Smith's being taken Prisoner by Powhatan, and of his being deliver'd from Death by his Daughter Pocahonta.
SECT. V. Carolina.
CHAP. III. Florida.
SECT. II. Jucatan.
CHAP. IV. Guatimala.
SECT. II. Vera Paz.
SECT. III. Honduras.
SECT. IV. Nicaragua.
SECT. V. Costarica.
SECT. VI. Veragua.
SECT. VII. Guatimala, properly so call'd.
CHAP. V. The Kingdom of Mexico, or New-Spain.
SECT. II. Mechoacan.
SECT. III. Tlascalla.
SECT IV. Guaxata.
Sect. V. Panuco.
SECT. VI. Tabasco.
CHAP. VI. New Gallicia.
SECT. II. Guadalajara.
SECT. III. Xalisco.
SECT. IV. Chiametla.
SECT. V. Couliacan.
SECT. VI. Cinoloa.
SECT. VII. Zacatecas.
CHAP. VII. New Biscay.
SECT. II.
CHAP. VIII. New Mexico.
CHAP. IX. Cibola, Tontonteac, and Nova Granada.
CHAP. X. Quivira.
THE ISLANDS OF Northern America.
CHAP. XI. Terra Nova, or New-found Land, with the Island of Assumption.
CHAP. XII. The Bermudas, or Summer-Islands.
CHAP. XIII. Hispaniola.
CHAP. XIV. Porto Rico, and Monico.
CHAP. XV. Cuba.
CHAP. XVI. Jamaica.
CHAP. XVII. The Islands call'd the Lucaies.
CHAP. XVIII. The Caribby Islands.
SECT. II. Anegada and Sombrero.
SECT. III. Las Virgines.
SECT. IV. Anguilla.
SECT. V. Saba.
SECT. VI. St. Crux.
SECT. VII. St. Martin.
SECT. VIII. St. Bartholomew.
SECT. IX. Barboude.
SECT. X. Rotonda.
SECT. XI. Nevis.
SECT. XII. Eustathius.
SECT. XIII. Antego.
SECT. XIV. Montserrat.
SECT. XV. Guadalupe.
SECT. XVI. Deseado.
SECT. XVII. Marigalante.
SECT. XVIII. Todos Sanctos.
SECT. XIX. De Aves.
SECT. XX. Dominico.
SECT. XXI. Martinico.
SECT. XXII. St. Lucia.
SECT. XXIII. Barbados.
SECT. XXIV. St. Vincent.
SECT. XXV. Bekia.
SECT. XXVI. Granada.
SECT. XXVII. Tabago.
SECT. XXII. St. Christophers.
CHAP. XIX. The Islands Sotavento, and the Isle Trinidado.
SECT. II. Cubagua.
SECT. III. Trinidado.
CHAP. XX. California.
The Third Book, CONTAINING A DESCRIPTION OF PERUANA, OR, Southern America.
CHAP. I.
CHAP. II. Castella Aurea, otherwise call'd Terra Firma.
SECT. II. Panama.
SECT. III. Darien.
SECT. IV. New Andaluzia.
SECT. V. St. Martha.
SECT. VI. Rio de la Hacha.
CHAP. III. New Granada.
SECT. II. Granada.
SECT. III. Popayana.
CHAP. IV. Peru.
SECT. II. Quito.
SECT. III. Los Quixos.
SECT. IV. Lima.
SECT. V. Cusco.
SECT. VI. Los Charcas.
SECT. VII. Collao.
CHAP. V. Chile.
SECT. II. Chile, properly so call'd.
SECT. III. Magellanica.
CHAP. VI. Paraguay, or Rio de la Plata.
SECT. II. Rio de la Plata, properly so call'd.
SECT. III. Tucuman.
SECT. IV. La Crux de Sierra.
CHAP. VII. Brasile.
SECT. II. St. Vincent.
SECT. III. Rio de Janeiro.
SECT. IV. De Spirito Sancto.
SECT. V. Porto Seguro.
SECT. VI. Los Isleos.
SECT. VII. Bahia de Todos los Sanctos.
SECT. VIII. Pernambuco.
SECT. IX. Parayba.
SECT. X. Maragnan.
SECT. XI. The Lordships Tamarica, Rio Grande, Siara, and Para.
A Relation of the Proceedings of the Netherland West-India Company in Brasile to the Year 1658.
SECT. XII. The Journey of Rodulphus Baron, with the Description of the Customs and Manners of the Tapuyans.
Sect. XIII. Grave Maurice his Account of Brasile, so far as it concern'd the West-India Company.
SECT. XIV. The Councellor Dussen's Relation of so much of Brasile as concerns the West-India Company.
A Description of the Palace Freyburgh, two Bridges, and a Ban∣quetting-house, all built by Grave Maurice.
CHAP. VIII. Guiana.
SECT. II. A Relation of the Journey of Francisco Orellana.
CHAP. IX. Paria, or New Andalusia.
SECT. II. Cumana.
SECT. III. Venezuela.
SECT. IV. The Islands Margareta, Cubagua, and Coche.
SECT. V. Of the Islands of Southern America.
An Appendix, CONTAINING Partly a farther prosecution of the Descriptions of some Provinces already treated of in the foregoing Book, partly an Account of some other Discoveries than what have hitherto been deliver'd in any Description of the NEW WORLD.
CHAP. I. Rio de la Plata.
CHAP. II. Chili.
CHAP. IV. The unknown South-Land.
CHAP. V. Terra Borealis, or The Artick Region.
Several Attempts for the discovery of the North-West Passage.
A brief View of what Places are posses'd at this day in the West-Indies by the English, Spaniards, French, Portuguese, and Dutch.
Directions for placing the Whole-sheet Prints in this Volume of America.