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Sir Humphrey Gilbert and Newfoundland

David B. Quinn

Sir Humphrey Gilbert and Newfoundland

on the four hundredth anniversary of his annexation of the island to the realm of England

by David B. Quinn

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Published by Newfoundland Historical Society in [St. John"s] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Gilbert, Humphrey, -- Sir, -- 1539?-1583.,
  • Newfoundland -- Discovery and exploration.,
  • Great Britain -- Colonies

  • Edition Notes

    StatementDavid B. Quinn.
    SeriesPamphlet / Newfoundland Historical Society -- no. 7, Pamphlet (Newfoundland Historical Society) -- no. 7.
    ContributionsNewfoundland Historical Society
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE129G4 Q65 1983
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 32 p. :
    Number of Pages32
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19887669M
    ISBN 100919095429
    OCLC/WorldCa12455555

    On August 5, , at St. John's, Sir Humphrey Gilbert claimed Newfoundland for Queen Elizabeth I of England. He thus laid one of the foundations of the British Empire overseas. The Dominion of Newfoundland issued fourteen stamps in to commemorate the event. St. Synonyms for Sir Humphrey Gilbert in Free Thesaurus. Antonyms for Sir Humphrey Gilbert. 2 synonyms for Sir Humphrey Gilbert: Humphrey Gilbert, Gilbert. What are synonyms for Sir Humphrey Gilbert?


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SIR HUMPHREY GILBERT'S VOYAGE TO NEWFOUNDLAND By Edward Hayes PREPARER'S NOTE This text is one of the items included in Voyages and Travels: Ancient and Modern and was prepared from a edition, published by P F Collier & Son Company, New York.

A REPORT of the VOYAGE and success thereof, attempted in the year of our Lordby SIR HUMPHREY GILBERT, KNIGHT, with other gentlemen assisting him in that action, intended to discover and to plant Christian inhabitants in place convenient, upon those large and ample countries Sir Humphrey Gilbert and Newfoundland book northward from the Cape of FLORIDA, lying under very.

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Sir Humphrey Gilbert and Newfoundland: on the four hundredth anniversary of his annexation of the island to the realm of England. [David B Quinn]. On 5 August Sir Humphrey Gilbert formally took possession of Newfoundland and of the land leagues to the north and south (i.e., from approximately 37°35’N to 57°35’N).

The merchants and fishermen assembled before his tent, a rod and turf were cut and delivered to him in virtue of his personal title to the soil, and he proclaimed the land to be the queen’s in perpetuity. Sir Humphrey Gilbert. Although Sir Humphrey Gilbert was not involved directly in the Roanoke voyages, both he and members of his family participated in early colonization efforts, and Gilbert decisively influenced his half-brother Sir Walter Ralegh, the leading proponent of the Roanoke Island colonies.

In late 16th century England, there was a growing interest in planting colonies in North America, including Newfoundland. Among those promoting such schemes were Anthony Parkhurst, who published a pamphlet about Newfoundland inand Sir Humphrey Gilbert, who called at St.

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His family was well-to-do, but as a younger son he inherited only enough to pay for his education. Sir Humphrey Gilbert's name has become forever associated with the founding of the Newfoundland colony indespite the fact that he had no intention of setting up any new colony there.

In fact, his voyage of discovery that made his name was nothing short of an unmitigated disaster from start to end. Sir Humphrey Gilbert's voyage to Newfoundland. A report of the voyage and successe thereof, attempted in the yeare of Our Lord by Sir Humfrey Gilbert, knight.

[Edward Haies]. Sir Humphrey Gilbert was an English explorer and soldier who devised daring and farseeing projects of overseas colonization. Although he was brilliant and creative, his poor leadership was responsible for his failure to establish the first permanent English colony in North America.

He succeeded, however, in annexing Newfoundland. Sir Humphrey Gilbert's Voyage To Newfoundland, Introductory Note Sir Humphrey Gilbert, the founder of the first English colony in North America, was born aboutthe son of a Devonshire gentleman, whose widow afterward married the father of Sir Walter Raleigh.

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Gilbert (?) was born in Devonshire and served Queen Elizabeth I in Ireland putting down rebellions. Apr 13,  · Sir Humphrey Gilbert and Sir Walter Raleigh’s Relationship very interested in geography and in America after meeting André Thevet who was a French geographer that wrote two books on Brazil and who had been to the New World.

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GILBERT, SIR HUMPHREY (c. ), English soldier, navigator and pioneer colonist in America, was the second son of Otho Gilbert, of Compton, near Dartmouth, Devon, and stepbrother of Sir Walter Raleigh.

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