List of Works Consulted

List of Works Consulted
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Notes

Notes
2
P. & C, XXVI, 59.
3
1-1-3/17, printed as No. XXIV in his Cartas by Cuevas
5
Rodrigo de Albornoz in his letter of December 15, 1525, estimated that the Moluccas were six or seven hundred leagues from Zacatula. Icaz. Docs. I, 496, and P. & C, XIII, 45.
7
P. & C, XII, 213.
8
Manuel M. de Peralta in his Costa-Rica, Nicaragua y Panama en el Siglo XVI.
11
"no tendria en mucho ser estrecho." 1-1-2/16 R. 4, printed in Gayangos 491.
12
Cortés' letter of September 11, 1526, 1-1-2/16 No. 1 R. 5, printed in Gayangos, 375.
13
1-1-2/16 No. 2 R. 19 or 139-1-1 printed in P. & C, XII, 490.
14
Cortes before the Audiencia in September, 1539. 1-1-2/21, Part 9a.
15
his proceedings before the Audiencia in September, 1539. 1-1-2/21, Part 9a, printed in Escritos de Cortés, 196.
16
Nuño de Guzman in the suit in Madrid, 1-1-2/21, Part I.
17
his letters from Tehuantepec of January 25, and February 10, 1533, 1-1-2/16, No. 1, R. 11-13, Gayangos, 515, 521 and 525.
19
Gomara, 427
20
his Introduction to the voyage of the Sutil and Mexicana, Madrid, 1802.
21
1-1-2/21, Part 4a, presented before the Council by Guzman himself March 6, 1540.
22
1-1-2/21, Part 9a. In a petition of September 4, 1539.
23
Relacion, first edition, Zamora 1542, second edition, Valladolid 1555.
25
William H. Babcock, Legendary Islands of the Atlantic, New York 1922, gives an interesting account of this legend.
26
Coronado Expedition, All.
27
Icaza, Dice.
28
Segunda relacion anonima, Icaz. Docs. II, 303.
29
his Spanish Southwest.
31
Letter of Fr. Jeronimo Ximenez de San Esteban dated October 9, 1539, Nueva coleccion, I, 194.
32
Winship's Coronado Expedition.
33
Council's legal adviser, Villalobos, in Cortes' suit in Spain, October 14, 1540.
35
his petition of November 20, in the same legajo.
36
1-1-2/21, Part 2a, and is printed in the Coleccion de docu- mentos inéditos para la historia de España, Vol. IV, 1844.
1
Alvarado will be found in An Account of the Con- quest of Guatemala in 1524 by Pedro de Alvarado.
3
139-1-1, printed in P. & C, XXII, 307 — It was signed by the Queen.
4
letter made by Buckingham Smith is in the Bancroft Library among the Squier MSS. Alvarado gives a resume of it in his letter of November 30.
7
1-2-1/4, R. 34, printed in Navarrete's Coleccion, V, Docs. XXII and XXIV.
8
1-2-1/4, R. 36, printed in Navarrete's Coleccion, V, Doc, XXVI.
12
139-1-3, printed in P. & C, XXIV, 339, and in part in Col. Docs., Second series, II, Doc. 2.
14
48-1-1/23, printed in Escritos Sueltos, 334.
Mariano Cuevas also printed this as No. XXXIII, apparently from a copy in 1-1-2/16.
18
Alvarado's letter from Gracias a Dios, August 4, 1539, P. & C, II, 253, where he says he left Santo Domingo March 20.
19
63-6-9, printed in Col. Docs. Second series, II, No. 1.
20
He was one of the principal witnesses examined in the Informacion in Guatemala in September, 1536, referred to in Note 6.
21
letter of Fr. Jeronimo Ximenez de San Esteban, Nueva Coleccion, Vol. I, 194.
22
Milla, Historia, 310.
23
Fuentes y Guzman, Recordacion Florida, Madrid, 1882. Vol. I, 147.
24
Recordacion Florida, Vol I, 152
25
Oviedo, Historia, IV, 20.
Alvarado in his letter of March 28, 1541
fusta, 1-2-2/15, R. 59.
28
Note 14.
30
48-1-9/31 (Kindness of A. S. Aiton).
Herrera's statement, Historia, Dec. VI, Lib. Ill, Cap. VIII
Dec. VII, Lib. II, Cap. X
31
Note 14
32
Oviedo, Historia, III, 540.
33
Letter dated Jalisco, March 28, 1541, 2-2-2/15, R. 59, printed in Col. Docs., Sec- ond series, II, No. 1.
34
1-1-2/21, No. 3, R. 2, printed in P. & C, XVI, 3-42.
Crown, July 26, 1541, 139-1-3, printed at the end of No. 2, of Col. Docs., Second series, II.
36
Recordacion Florida states explicitly that this man was a nephew of Alvarado and went with him from Guatemala, I, 153.
41
Smith's Varios Documentos, No. I.
42
Milla, Historia, 318
letter, which was July 15.
Tello in his Cronica, 371
Mendoza in his letter to Oviedo, Peralmildez Cherino in his to the Emperor of July 28, 1541, (58-6-9)
Santa Cruz in his Cronica
Note 38
43
his Documentos
44
Mendoza's letter of November 24, 1540, printed in P. & C, XVI, 342.
45
Note 38.
46
Tello, Crónica, 353 and 471.
47
Winship's Coronado Expedition, Washington, 1896.
49
His letter from Cuzco, March 4, 1572, 1-1-2/33.
50
Winship, Coronado Expedition, 595.
Smith's Docs., and then in P. & C, III, 511.
51
Cabrillo Informacion, evidence of Lázaro de Cárdenas, 1-4-34/3, No. 2, R. 4.
53
his evidence published by the writer in California Voyages.
54
Evidence of Francisco de Vargas in the Cabrillo Informacion.
55
Cartas de Indias, Madrid, 1877, No. XLV.
57
P. and C, XV, 300 et seq.
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