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This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 641 pages of information about A General History and Collection of Voyages and Travels.

PART II.  BOOK II.  CONTINUED.

Chap.  VII. Continued.  Continuation of the early history of Peru, after the death of Francisco Pizarro to the defeat of Gonzalo Pizarro, and the reestablishment of tranquillity in the country; written by Augustino Zarate,

Sect.  III.  Continuation of the Viceroyalty of Blasco Nunnez Vela, to his deposition and expulsion from Peru,

Sect.  IV.  History of the usurpation of Gonzalo Pizarro, from the expulsion of the Viceroy to his defeat and death,

V. Continuation of the Usurpation of Gonzalo Pizarro, to the arrival of Gasca in Peru with full powers to restore the Colony to order,

VI.  History of the Expedition of Pedro de la Gasca, the death of Gonzalo Pizarro, and the Restoration of Peru to Tranquillity,

VII.  Insurrection of Ferdinand and Pedro de Contreras in Nicaragua, and their unsuccessful attempt upon the Royal Treasure in the Tierra Firma,

Chap.  VIII.  Continuation of the early history of Peru, from the restoration of tranquillity by Gasca in 1549, to the death of the Inca Tupac Amaru; extracted from Garcilasso de la Vega,

Sect.  I. Incidents in the History of Peru, from the departure of Gasca, to the appointment of Don Antonio de Mendoza as Viceroy,

II.  History of Peru during the Viceroyalty of Don Antonio de Mendoza,

III.  Narrative of the Troubles in Peru, consequent upon the Death of the Viceroy Mendoza,

IV.  Continuation of the Troubles in Peru, to the Viceroyalty of the Marquis de Cannete,

V. History of Peru during the Viceroyalty of the Marquis del Cannete,

VI.  Incidents in the History of Peru, during the successive Governments of the Conde de Nieva, Lope Garcia de Castro, and Don Francisco de Toledo,

Chap IX.  History of the Discovery and Conquest of Chili,

Sect.  I. Geographical View of the Kingdom of Chili,

II.  Of the Origin, Manners, and Language of the Chilese,

III.  State of Chili, and Conquests made in that Country by the
Peruvians, before the arrival of the Spaniards,

IV.  First Expedition of the Spaniards into Chili under Almagro,

V. Second Expedition into Chili, under Pedro de Valdivia, to the commencement of the War between the Spaniards and Araucanians,

VI.  Narrative of the War between the Spaniards and Araucanians, from the year 1550, to the Defeat and Death of Pedro de Valdivia on the 3d of December 1553,

Sect.  VII.  Continuation of the War between the Spaniards and
Araucanians, from the death of Valdivia, to that of Caupolican,

VIII.  Continuation of the Araucanian War, after the Death of Caupolican, to the Reduction of the Archipelago of Chiloe by the Spaniards,

IX.  Continuation of the Araucanian War to the Destruction of all the
Spanish Settlements in the territories of that Nation,

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