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A notable historie containing foure voyages made by certaine French Captaines into Florida: Wherein the great riches and fruitefulnesse of the Countrey with the maners of the people hitherto concealed are brought to light, written all, sauing the last, by Monsieur Laudonniere, who remained there himselfe as the French Kings Lieutenant a yeere and a quarter.
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And that the rather, because the same with diuers other things of chiefest importance are liuely drawne in colours at your no smal charges by the skillfull painter Iames Morgues,(112) sometime liuing in the Black-fryers in London (whom Monsieur Chastillion then Admirall of France sent thither with Laudonniere for that purpose) which was an eye-witnesse of the goodnesse and fertility of those regions, and hath put downe in writing many singularities which are not mentioned in this treatise: which since he hath published together with the purtratures.
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The Preface of M. Rene Laudonniere.
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The second voyage vnto Florida, made and Written by Captaine Laudonniere, which fortified and inhabited there two Summers and one whole Winter.
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After I had taken the viewe thereof at mine ease, I named it at the request of our souldiers, The Vale of Laudonniere.
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Captaine Laudonniere, because some of them which are returned from Florida speake indifferently of the Countrey, the King desireth your presence, to the end, that according to your tryall, he may resolue to bestow great cost thereon, or wholly to leaue it: and therefore I send Captaine Iohn Ribault to bee gouernour there, to whom you shall deliuer whatsoeuer you haue in charge, and informe him of all things you haue discouered.
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The Trumpetter did his message so well (by reason he had bene there before vnder Laudonniere) that he brought backe from king Satourioua, the greatest of all the other kings, a kidde and other meat to refresh vs, besides the offer of his friendship and amitie.
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But being descried as they came holding downe their heads within two hundred paces from the Fort, the Gunner being vpon the terrace of the Fort, after he had cried, Arme, Arme, these be French men, discharged twise vpon them a coluerine, wherein the Armes of France were grauen, which had bin taken from Laudonniere.
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These hils seeme wholy to be the mountaines of Apalatci, whereof the Sauages aduertised Laudonniere; and it may bee they are the hils of Chaunis Temoatam, which Master Lane had aduertisement of.
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The returne of part of Laudonnieres seditious souldiers.
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M476 Laudonnieres oration to his mutinous souldiers.
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Laudonniere setteth things in order after his returne out of prison to the fort.
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Two Spanyards brought vnto Laudonniere by the Sauages.
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The fift voyage vp the riuer of May. M493 Vtina sendeth to Laudonniere for his helpe.
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M504 Vtina taken prisoner in his village by Laudonniere and 50 of his souldiers.
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False reports of Laudonniere to the Admirall of France.
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M538 Laudonnieres receiuing of Captaine Ribault.
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M539 Letters of the Lord Admirall vnto Laudonniere.
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Examples of Laudonniere

Example #1
The trees were enuironed rounde about with Vines bearing grapes in such quantitie, that the number would suffice to make the place habitable.
Example #2
Therefore I went right to the toppe thereof, where we found nothing else but Cedars, Palme, and Baytrees of so souereigne odour, that Baulme smelleth nothing like in comparison.
Example #3
These foure voyages I knew not to whom I might better offer then to your selfe, and that for diuers iust considerations.
Example #4
Many speciall poynts concerning the commodities of these partes, the accidents of the French mens gouernment therein, the causes of their good or bad successe, with the occasions of the abandoning one of their forts, and the surprise of the other by the enemie are herein truely and faithfully recorded: Which because they be quoted by me in the margents, and reduced into a large alphabeticall table, which I haue annexed to the ende of the worke, it shall be needlesse to recken vp againe.
Example #5
There are two things, which according to mine opinion haue bene the principall causes, in consideration whereof aswell they of ancient times, as those of our age haue bene induced to trauell into farre and remote regions.
Example #6
Your L. humble at commandement R. Hakluyt.