Hakluyt Society

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COX, Percy Zachariah (1864 - 1937), Vice-President Hakluyt Society since 1931

Sir Walter Ralegh's Discoverie of Guiana. Ed. by Joyce Lorimer. (The Hakluyt Society, 3rd ser., 15.) London: Ashgate for the Hakluyt Society. 2006. xcviii + 360 pp. £55. isbn 0 904180 87 5.

CHURCH, George Earl (1835 - 1910), ex-member of Council of Royal Geographical Society, and member of Council of Hakluyt Society; member American Society of Civil Engineers, etc

Peckover, Alexander (1830 - 1919), JP; LLD; FSA, FLS, FRGS; President of Essex Hall Asylum, Colchester; Vice-President of Hakluyt Society, Biblical Archæological, British Numismatic Societies, etc

Michael G. Brennan (ed.), The Origins of the Grand Tour: The Travels of Robert Montagu, Lord Mandeville (1649–1654), William Hammond (1655–1658), Banaster Maynard (1660–1663). Pp. xvii + 331 (Works issued by the Hakluyt Society, Third Series, No. 14). London: The Hakluyt Society, 2004. £50.00 (ISBN 0 904 1870 85 9)

MARKHAM, Clements Robert (1830 - 1916), late President Royal Geographical Society, International Geographical Congress, 1894–99, Hakluyt Society, 1889–1909, and Geographical, Elizabethan and Royal Society Clubs; one of the Governors of Westminster School and Trustee of Dr Busby’s charities

BEAZLEY, (Charles) Raymond (1868 - 1955), Corr. Fellow of Lisbon Academy of Sciences and of Lisbon Geographical Society, of American Geographical Society, and of Hispanic Society of America; formerly on Council of RGS and of Hakluyt and African Societies; a former member of the Church Assembly and of Council of National Society

LOWREY, Joseph (1859 - 1936), late Director and Secretary of the Salvage Association, London, with which he was connected for 45 years as Member of Committee, Deputy Chairman, Secretary, and Director; was in charge, under Lord Maclay, of important work connected with Shipping Casualties at the Ministry of Shipping during the War; Hon. Member of Lloyd’s and of the Institute of London Underwriters; has travelled extensively; FRGS; Member of Hakluyt Society; President, Forest Hospital, Buckhurst Hill, and Ex-President, Northumberland and Durham Association in London


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A British charity founded in 1846, and named after Richard Hakluyt (1552–1616), the collector, editor, and author of travel narratives. Devoted to publishing and republishing primary works of travel and ...

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