Edmund Spenser: And the Impersonations of Francis Bacon (Classic Reprint)
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Excerpt from Edmund Spenser: And the Impersonations of Francis Bacon
The Discourse of 1576 Gilbert and the North West Passage How Her Majesty might annoy the King of Spain Gilbert's expedition to Newfoundland His Queene Elizabethes Achademy The cause of sea currents and Bacon's theory of the tides The Report of Gilbert's Voyage to Newfoundland, attributed George Peckham Ten appeals for recruits in verse. The Report by Hayes The account in both Reports of Gilbert's death at sea examined Summary of the Peckham Report.
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