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THE VOYAGE OF VERRAZZANO;
A CHAPTER IN THE EARLY HISTORY OF MARITIME DISCOVERY IN AMERICA.
BY HENRY C. MURPHY.
TO THE MEMORY OF
OF ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA.
The following pages, intended to show the claim of discovery in
America by Verrazzano to be without any real foundation, belong to a
work, in hand, upon the earliest explorations of the coast which
have led to the settlement of the United States by Europeans. They
are now printed separately, with some additions and necessary
changes, in consequence of the recent production of the map of
Hieronimo de Verrazano, which professes to represent this discovery,
and is therefore supposed to afford some proof of its authenticity;
in which view it has been the subject of a learned and elaborate
memoir by J. Carson Brevoort Esq.