Despatches from Mexico to Charles V, edited by A. Grove Day.

; Day, A. Grove (Arthur Grove), 1904-
New York, American book company [c1935] .

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F1230 .C82 1935 Available Request
Other Authors Day, A. Grove 1904-
Subjects America -- Early accounts to 1600.
Mexico -- History -- Conquest, 1519-1540.
Description xxviii, 144 p. incl. front. (port.) double map. 20 cm.
Notes At head of title: Fernando Cortés.
"The narrative ... relating the incidents of the march from Villa Rica de Vera Cruz to the city of Mexico, the taking of the Emperor Montezuma, the suppression of Narváez, the flight from the city on the 'Noche triste,' and the retreat to Tlascala, forms the main body of the second 'carta relatión' sent by Cortés to Charles V." -- p. xvi-xvii.
"The text followed in preparing this edition has been that of Don Enrique de Vedia in his 'Historiadores primitivos de Indias,' published as volume 22 of 'Biblioteca de autores españoles,' Rivadeneyra, Madrid, 1852." -- p. xix.
Edited with introduction, notes and vocabulary.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)03290979
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