Letters of Cortes to Emperor Charles V - Vol 1

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Of this limited letterpress edition seven hundred and fifty copies have been printed, and the type has been distributed

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Letters of Cortes

The Five Letters of Relation from Fernando
Cortes to the Emperor Charles V.

Translated, and Edited, with a Biographical Introduction
and Notes Compiled from Original Sources

By

Francis Augustus MacNutt

In Two Volumes

Volume One

G. P. Putnam's Sons
New York and London
The Knickerbocker Press
1908

Copyright, 1908
by
FRANCIS AUGUSTUS MacNUTT

The Knickerbocker Press, New York

Chapters (not listed in original)

ILLUSTRATIONS
PAGE
Fernando Cortes Frontispiece
From an Engraving by Ferdin Selma, after the Painting by Titian
Cortes Coat-of-Arms On cover
Plan of Mexico — Tenochtitlan 188
From Conquista de Mexico, vol. iv., by Orozco y Berra
The Wall of Tlascala, 200
From Storia Antica del Messico, vol. ii., by Clavigero

Cortes family crest

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