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As we tried to get him into the boat, they began to throw the assegais they carried, and the Captain major and 3 or 4 others were wounded. This all happened because we trusted them. For it seemed to us that they were men of little courage and that they would never dare to do what they had done. Because of this we had gone ashore without weapons. 18 [Doubling the Cape of Good Hope] As soon as we had prepared and careened our ships and taken on wood, we departed from this place, on the morning of Thursday, the 16th of November.
1, the actual distance is 33 leagues. Abaft is a nautical term meaning behind a given part of a ship or behind the mid-point of a group of ships. the voyage 39 had stayed out to sea. He was thus unable to recognize exactly where we were. We therefore stood out to sea toward the SSW, and Saturday evening [18 November] we beheld the Cape of Good Hope. On that same day we again stood out to sea, returning to land during the night. Sunday morning, the 19th of November, we once more made for the Cape.
24 Finally, the relevance of the Alchocete comparison for establishing Velho may also be exaggerated. After all, 23 This manuscript is currently found in the Staatsbibliothek in Munich. For a discussion of this evidence, cf. José Manuel Garcia, Ao encontro dos Descobrimentos (Lisbon, 1994), pp. 152–154, and José Pedro Machado and Viriato Campos, Vasco da Gama e a sua viagem de Descobrimento (Lisbon, 1969). ” But he does not name him. Cf. , Porto, 1975), III: 8. 22 background to the voyage Alchocete was the birthplace of king D.
An Institution of General History (1685) William Howell - Volume Five - Supplement by William Howell (sometimes spelled Howel)