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Primary sources - CUpdated April 15th, 2015
Juan Rodríguez Cabrillo
Cabrillo's Log, 1542-1543: A Voyage of Discovery. A Summary by Juan Páez. (pb) £8.50
Camden's Britannia: Surrey & Sussex, From the edition of 1789 by Richard Gough; ed. Gordon J. Copley. (hb) £9.00
Brother Thomas Campanella
The City of the Sun: A Poetic Dialogue, in which there is outlined the idea for a reform of the Christian state, between a Knight Hospitaller and a Genoese mariner, a helmsman of Columbus. A. M. Elliott & R. Millner, trans.; intro. A. L. Morton. (pb) £8.00
John Carpenter & Richard Whittington, comp.
Liber Albus: The White Book of the City of London; Henry Thomas Riley, trans. (hb) £20.00
The Book of the Courtier; tr. Sir Thomas Hoby. (hb, Everyman's Library) £5.00
The Autobiography of Benvenuto Cellini. (pb) £1.50
The Life of the Admiral Christopher Columbus by his son Ferdinand. (hb, Folio Soc.) £10.00
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