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" any of the world, at least of so much of the world as is knowen to the Spanish nation: it is founded vpon a lake of salt water of 200 leagues long like vnto mare "
Report and Transactions - The Devonshire Association for the Advancement of ... - Page 496
1906
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The Works of Sir Walter Ralegh, Kt: Miscellaneous works

Sir Walter Raleigh - 1829
...Spaniards call El Dorado, that for the greatness, the riches, and for the excellent seat, it far exceedeth any of the world, at least of so much of the world as is known to the Spanish nation. It is founded upon a lake of salt water of two hundred leagues long, like...
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Miscellaneous works

Sir Walter Raleigh, William Oldys, Thomas Birch - 1829
...Spaniards call El Dorado, that for the greatness, the riches, and for the excellent seat, it far exceedeth any of the world, at least of so much of the world ask known to the Spanish nation. It is founded upon a lake of salt water of two hundred leagues long,...
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The Discovery of the Large, Rich, and Beautiful Empire of Guiana: With a ...

Sir Walter Raleigh - America - 1848 - 240 pages
...cal el Dorado, that for the greatnes, for the riches, and for the excellent seate, it farre exceedeth any of the world, at least of so much of the world...lake of salt water of 200 leagues long like vnto mare caspiŁ 1 . And if we compare it to that of Peru, and but reade the report of Francisco Lopez and others,...
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The history of British Guiana: comprising a general description of ..., Volume 1

Henry G. Dalton - Guyana - 1855
...Spaniards call El Dorado, for the greatness, the riches, and for the excellent seat, far exceedeth any of the world, at least of so much of the world as is known to the Spanish nation. It is founded upon a lake of salt water of 200 leagues long, like unto...
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The history of British Guiana: comprising a general description of ..., Volume 1

Henry G. Dalton - Guyana - 1855
...Spaniards call El Dorado, for the greatness, the riches, and for the excellent seat, far exceedeth any of the world, at least of so much of the world as is known to the Spanish nation. It is founded upon a lake of salt water of 200 leagues long, like unto...
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The history of British Guiana: comprising a general description of ..., Volume 1

Henry G. Dalton - Guyana - 1855
...Spaniards call El Dorado, for the greatness, the riches, and for the excellent seat, far exceedeth any of the world, at least of so much of the world as is known to the Spanish nation. It is founded upon a lake of salt water of 200 leagues long, like unto...
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An Illustrated History of British Guiana

George Hanneman Bennett - Great Britain - 1866 - 265 pages
...Spaniards call El Dorado, for the greatness, the riches, and for the excellent seat, far exceedcth any of the world, at least of so much of the world as is known to the. Spanish nation. It is founded upon a lake of salt water of 200 leagues long, like unto...
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Timehri: The Journal of the Royal Agricultural and Commercial ..., Volume 2

Sir Everard Ferdinand Im Thurn - Agriculture - 1883
...Spaniards call El Dorado, that for greatness, for the riches, and for the excellent seat, it far exceedeth any of the world, at least of so much of the world as is known to the Spanish nation : it is founded upon a lake of salt water of 200 leagues long like unto...
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The Discovery of Guiana, and the Journal of the Second Voyage Thereto

Sir Walter Raleigh - America - 1886 - 192 pages
...call El Dorado, that for the greatness, for the riches, and for the excellent seat, it far exceedeth any- of the world, at least of so much . of the world as is known to the Spanish nation ; ' it is founded upon a lake of salt .water of two hundred leagues long,...
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The Voyages of the English Nation to America, Volumes 3-4

Richard Hakluyt - America - 1890
...Dorado, that for the greatnesse, for lines of the riches, and for the excellent seat, it farre exceedeth any of the world, at least of so much of the world...of salt water of 200. leagues long like vnto Mare Caspium. And if we compare it to that of Peru, and but read the report of Fran- _ Cisco Lopez and others,...
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