The Philippine Islands, 1493-1803/Volume 3
THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Fray Martin de Rada, O.S.A.
[From painting in possession of Colegio de Agustinos Filipinos, Valladolid]
Explorations by Early Navigators, Descriptions of the Islands and their Peoples, their History and Records of the Catholic Missions, as related in contemporaneous Books and Manuscripts, showing the Political, Economic, Commercial and Religious Conditions of those Islands from their earliest relations with European Nations to the beginning of the Nineteenth Century
TRANSLATED FROM THE ORIGINALS
The Arthur H. Clark Company
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CONTENTS OF VOLUME III
- This document is printed in both Spanish text and English translation.
Portrait of Fray Martin de Rada, O.S.A.; photographic reproduction of painting in possession of Colegio de Agustinos Filipinos, Valladolid.
Landing of the Spaniards at Cebú, in 1565; photographic reproduction of a painting at the Colegio de Agustinos Filipinos, Valladolid.
Map showing the first landing-place of Legazpi in the Philippines; photographic facsimile of original (manuscript) map, contained in the pilots' log-book of the voyage, preserved in the Archivo General de Indias, at Sevilla.
"Asiae nova descriptio" (original in colors), map in Theatrum orbis terrarum, by Abraham Ortelius (Antverpiæ, M. D. LXX), fol. 3; reduced photographic facsimile, from copy in Boston Public Library.