Bibliography

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With him I discovered this incredible adventure. Two hours of fantastic storytelling.  

Original sources. Documents of the protagonists and their time.

Francisco Albo's route:

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Source: Virtual Library of the Ministry of Defense of Spain

Source: Collection of Voyages and Discoveries Made by the Spanish Sea Since the End of the XV Century, Volume IV. Martín Fernández de Navarrete. 1837.

Letter from Juan Sebastián Elcano to Emperor Carlos V giving news of his arrival, dated September 6, 1522:

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Source: PARES

Testament of Juan Sebastián Elcano, aboard the ship Santa María de la Victoria in the Loaysa Expedition:

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Source: PARES

Last page of the will of Juan Sebastián del Cano, with his signature and that of several witnesses -among them a young Andrés de Urdaneta-, granted on July 26, 1526. Elcano died a few days later, on August 4.

That this document reached Spain was miraculous, as it happens with so many others in this bibliography.

Documents prior to the trip, supplies, royal orders, letters from Magellan, etc. Download pdf

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  1. Obligation made by Hernando de Magallanes and Rui Falero, Portuguese, to go to the Factor of the House of Contracting in Seville with the eighth part of what is spent in the discovery of spice.

  2. Memorial presented to the King (apparently by Magellan and Falero) on the discovery of the Maluco Islands, which they had proposed, and the grants they asked to be granted.

  3. Capitulation and seat that SS. MM. they ordered to take with Magellan and Falero on the discovery of the islands of the spice.

  4. Title of Captains of the Navy to Magallanes and Falero.

  5. Excerpt from the King's reply to the Recruitment Officers on the readiness of the Magellan Navy.

  6. Excerpt from a letter written to the King of Portugal by Álvaro de Costa about the claims he had made with Carlos V and his Ministers for him not to admit Magellan in his service.

  7. Letter written to the Emperor by Fernando de Magallanes on matters related to the readiness of the Navy destined to the discovery of the Species.

  8. Extract from the appointment of Treasurer of the Navy to Luis de Mendoza.

  9. Extract from the title of General Overseer of the Navy to Juan de Cartagena.

  10. Excerpt from the title of Captain of the third nao de la Armada to Juan de Cartagena.

  11. Extract from the appointment of Captain of the fourth or fifth Navy ship to Gaspar de Quesada.

  12. Extract from the title of Accountant of the Navy to Antonio de Coca.

  13. Letter from the King to the officers of the Contract about the number of people and the amount of some provisions that Magellan must carry in the Navy.

  14. Instruction that the King gave to Magellan and Falero for the trip to the discovery of the Maluco Islands.

  15. Letter, written in Seville to the King of Portugal by Sebastián Álvarez his factor, about the contradictions that Magellan suffered, and his diligences and persuasions for him and Falero to return to Portugal, and news of the armies that were preparing for other destinations.

  16. Requirement that Magellan made to the officers of the Contract about the order that Rui Falero not be in the navy, replacing him with Juan de Cartagena: about the appointment of pantries and write to us; and on foreigners, especially Portuguese, who could carry in the naos inc., with the reply of the same officers to these charges.

  17. List of the cost of the Magellan Navy.

  18. List of the supplies carried by the Magallanes Navy.

  19. Memorial left to King Ferdinand of Magellan when he set out on his expedition, declaring the heights and location of the islands of La Especería, and of the main coasts and capes that entered the demarcation of the Crown of Castile.

Source: Collection of Voyages and Discoveries Made by the Spanish Sea Since the End of the XV Century, Volume IV. Martín Fernández de Navarrete. 1837.

Letter from Juan Bautista de Punzorol to an unnamed character, written in Tidore :

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Source: The Discovery of the Pacific Ocean, Hernando de Magallanes and his Companions. José Toribio Medina. 1920.

Statements given in Valladolid by Gonzalo Gómez de Espinosa, Ginés de Mafra, and León Pancaldo, on the events of the Trinidad ship in the Moluccas :

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Source: Collection of Voyages and Discoveries Made by the Spanish Sea Since the End of the XV Century, Volume IV. Martín Fernández de Navarrete. 1837.

Letter from Emperor Carlos V to Juan Sebastián Elcano, acknowledging receipt of his and asking him to come and see him:

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Source: Historical Archive of Euskadi

People who led to the discovery of the Spice:

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  • People who led to the discovery of the Spice - v. manuscript pp 1-20 / 21-40 / 41-43

Source: PARES

Source: Seville 2019-2022

Information that Magellan ordered to take in the port of S. Julián about the attack committed by Gaspar de Quesada, captain of the Concepción ship :

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Source: Collection of Voyages and Discoveries Made by the Spanish Sea Since the End of the XV Century, Volume IV. Martín Fernández de Navarrete. 1837.

List of crew members of the Navy sent to the discovery of the species who died, deserters or left in the Moluccas:

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Source: PARES

Source: Seville 2019-2022

Notes of the expenses caused by the unloading of the Victoria ship, and news of the spices that you brought from your trip :

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Source: Collection of Voyages and Discoveries Made by the Spanish Sea Since the End of the XV Century, Volume IV. Martín Fernández de Navarrete. 1837.

- Book of peace made by the Castilians with the kings or lords of the Maluco islands.

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Source: The Discovery of the Pacific Ocean, Hernando de Magallanes and his Companions. José Toribio Medina. 1920.

List of people who died on the Trinidad ship:

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Source: The Discovery of the Pacific Ocean, Hernando de Magallanes and his Companions. José Toribio Medina. 1920.

Information made at the request of Simón de Burgos to prove that he had no part in the prison of the thirteen crew members of the Victoria ship, which the Portuguese carried out on the island of Santiago, one of those of Cape Verde, back from the Moluccas.

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Source: The Discovery of the Pacific Ocean, Hernando de Magallanes and his Companions. José Toribio Medina. 1920.

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I. — Royal certificate to the Officials of the Casa de la Contratación in which they are ordered to pay Andrés de San Martin his salary as a royal pilot. Pg 1.

II. — Royal warrant to the Officials of the Casa de la Contratación to warn them that Juan Rodríguez Mafra has been appointed royal pilot. Pg 2.

III. — Royal certificate to the Officials of the Casa de la Contratación informing them that Juan Serrano has been received by a royal pilot. Page 3.

IV. — Royal certificate to the Officials of the Casa de la Contratación notifying them that Vasco Gallego has been incorporated into the number of royal pilots. Page 5.

V. — Royal certificate to the Officials of the Casa de la Contratación, in which they are notified that Esteban Gómez, a Portuguese, has been received by a royal pilot.

Page 6.

VI. — Royal cedula by which Andrés de San Martín is ordered to increase his salary as a royal pilot. Page 7.

VII. — Royal warrant by which the King notifies the Officials of the House of Contracting that he has received Fernando de Magallanes from his captain, with a certain salary . P. 8.

VIII — Royal warrant in which the Officials of the House of Contracting are advised that the bachelor Ruy Falero has been received as a captain, with a certain salary. Page 9.

IX. — Royal warrant by which Magellan and Falero are increased their captains' salaries in view of the fact that they go with an army to discover "the part of the Ocean Sea." P. 10.

X. — Royal warrant to the Officials of the Casa de la Contratacion to have a pilot examined by Fernando de Magallanes. P. 11.

XI. — Royal certificate by which it is declared that in the event that Magellan and Falero died during the trip they were to undertake, their heirs would enjoy the grants contained in the capitulation. Page 12.

XII. — General instructions given by the King to Magellan and Falero for the trip they were to make. P. 13.

XIll. — Letter from the King to the Officials of the Casa de la Contratación so that the trip planned by Magellan is not suspended and ordering them to buy certain articles that were needed for this purpose, according to the attached memorial. Page 15.

XIV. — Letter of the Council of the Indies relative to the readiness of the Magellan army. Page 20.

XV. — Royal decree so that five thousand ducats of the gold arrived from the Indies would be spent in the preparation of the Magellan army. P. 21.

XVI.— Royal certificate by which the officers of the Casa de la Contratación are notified that Vasco Gallego must continue to be paid his pilot's salary. Page 22.

XVll. — Royal cedula regarding the salary to be paid to Juan Serrano. P. 22.

XVIII. — Royal cedula so that the Officials of Seville pay Juan Rodríguez de Mafra the indicated salary. Page 23.

XIX.— Royal certificate authorizing the Bishop of Burgos to search for merchants to assist in the preparation of the Magellan army. Page 2 4

XX.— Royal cedula by which Juan Rodríguez de Mafra is ordered to increase his salary. P. 26.

XXI. — Title of captain of the third ship of the Magellan army for Juan de Cartagena, with the instructions given to him. P. 27.

XXII.— Title of overseer of the Magellan army for Juan de Cartagena. Page 30.

XXIll. — Title of treasurer of the Magellan army for Juan de Cartagena. P. 32.

XXIV.— Royal warrant for Gaspar de Quesada to be captain of one of the ships of the Magellan army. P. 35.

XXV. — Royal cedula to pay Juan de Cartagena his continuing salary of the Royal House while he was in the Magellan army. P. 36.

XXVI. — Royal decree authorizing Cristóbal de Haro to put up to two thousand ducats in the armies of Magellan and Gil González

Dávila, p. 36.

XXVll. — Royal warrant to the Officials of Seville warning them that Gaspar de Quesada has been appointed captain of the fourth or fifth ship of the navy.

of Magallanes. P. 39.

XXVIll. — Royal warrant to the Officers of Seville to make certain payments that were necessary for the dispatch of the Magellan army. P. 40.

XXIX. — Royal warrant for certain pilots to be urged to board the Magellan army. P. 41.

XXX. — Royal warrant for the Officials of Seville to hurry as much as possible the dispatch of the Magellan army. P. 42.

XXXI. — Royal document ordering the exemption of certain gavels for the crew of the Magellan army. P. 44.

XXXII. — Royal warrant to the crew of the Magellan army, by which they are ordered to follow the defeat indicated by the former. P. 45.

XXXIII. — Title of bailiff of the Magellan army for Gonzalo Gómez de Espinosa. Page 46.

XXXIV. — Title of accountant of the Magellan army for Antonio de Coca. Page 4 7.

XXXV. — Royal cedula by which the Officials of the Casa de la Contratación are ordered to pay Francisco Falero a certain salary so that he may reside in Seville and "request the army to be sent after Magellan's." Page 50.

XXXVI. — Royal cedula so that Dona Beatriz Barbosa, wife of Fernando de Magallanes, would be paid the salary that corresponded to him. P. 51.

XXXVII.— Royal certificate by which the monarch promises Magellan and Falero to make them knights when they return from their trip. Page 52.

XXXVIII.— Royal warrant to the Officials of Seville so that. if possible, reduce the number of the crew of Magellan's navy. Page 53.

XXXIX. — Royal cedula by which Jerónimo Guerra is ordered to go in the Magellan army, with a certain salary, at the cost of "the entire framework." Page 55.

XL. — Royal warrant authorizing Alonso Gutiérrez de Madrid to load twenty quintals of quicksilver into the Magellan army. Page 56.

XIJ. — Royal warrant issued at the request of Juan Rodríguez Mafra in defense of the heirs of some of his relatives who died in the Indies. Page 56.

XLll. — Letter from the Royal Officials of the Gasa de la Contratación de Sevilla on the Ruy Falero prison in Portugal. Page 57.

XLllI. —Real certificate so that a certain salary is paid to Martin de la Mezquita, a Portuguese, nephew of Fernando de Magallanes. Page 58.

XLIV.— Royal warrant to the Officers to send all the information that there is relative to the Magellan army. P. 59.

XLV. — List of the salary that was paid to the sailors and cabin boys and pages who, go in the ship, may God save, which has named the Trinidad , in which Fernando Magellan, captain of the said navy, of which goes Juan Baptista de Pinzerol is master, which said salary they begin to earn from August 10 of one thousand and five hundred and nineteen years, it is in the following form. Page 60.

XLVI.— Salary that was paid to the sailors, cabin boys and pages who go on the San Antonio ship , in which it goes by Captain Juan de Cartagena, overseer

of the armed bliss. Page 66.

XI. VII.— Salary that was paid to the sailors and cabin boys and pages of the ship named La Victoria, in which it goes by Captain Luis de Mendoza, treasurer of the said navy. Page 73.

XLVIII.— Salary paid to the sailors, cabin boys and pages of the ship Concebición , of which Gaspar de Quesada is captain. P. 78.

XLVIII.— Salary that was paid to the sailors, cabin boys and pages of the ship named Santiago , in which Captain Juan Rodríguez Serrano, the

which said salary core them since August of MDXIX. Page 83.

XLIX.— List of the salary that was paid to the outstanding and other officers who go in the said five ships , in the following way:

—Salary that was paid to the outstanding ones that go in the Trinidad ship, in which the captain Fernando de Magallanes goes. Page 88.

—Salary that was paid to the servants of Juan de Cartagena, captain of the ship San Antonio, overseer of the said navy, and the outstanding ones that go in

the said nao and servants of Antonio de Coca, accountant of the said navy. P. 93.

—Salary that was paid to the servants and outstanding of Luis de Mendoza, treasurer of the navy, captain of the nao Victoria, which said salary began to earn from August 1519. Page 94.

—Salary that was paid to the outstanding ones that go in the ship Concebición. P. 96.

—Outstanding that go on the ship Santiago, that it goes by Captain Juan Rodríguez Serrano. P. 98.

L.- List of maravedís that have been paid to the cabin boys who entered the naos for pay instead of the Portuguese cabin boys who fired , because S. A, ordered that they not be in the army, after having received salary from four months in advance, and others who were absent after receiving salary, is as follows. Page 99.

Ll. — List of the merchandise that was bought in the city of Cádiz for rescue, by Juan de Aranda, factor, is as follows. Page 99.

Lll. — List of the maravedís in which the things that were left over from the said army that remain at home were valued and appreciated, is [in] the following form. Page 101. Charge and dates from four hundred and sixteen thousand and seven hundred and ninety maravedís of the page before this. Page 104.

Lili. — List of all the expenses of the navy of the five ships that go to the discovery of the Species, that it goes by Captain Fernando de Magallanes, which navy left in front of the Bank of Seville Wednesday to August 10 and this day in ahead, the people of the said army won their salary, and they left the San Lucar bar to continue their trip Tuesday to September 20. Page 107.

LIV. — Letter from the Bishop of Burgos to give the ship San Antonio to Don Juan de Velasco. Page 110.

LV. — List of the xarcia, sails and rigging and weapons and artillery and other things that the ship has, may God save, which has been named San Antonio, and it is in

as follows. P. 111.

—Knowledge of what Diego Diaz received. Page 119.

—Power from Cristóbal de Haro to Diego Diaz to collect from the Officials of the Casa de la Contratación de Sevilla the maravedís, goods and merchandise that by real certificates are ordered to be given and paid from the ships that came from La Especiería. Page 119.

LVI. — List of the maravedís that Domingo de Ochandiano, treasurer of this House, has given and paid for the costs that have been made in the unloading of the spices that came in the ship named Victoria, in which Captain Juan Sebastián of the Cano, since September 7, five hundred and twenty-two, that we learned of his arrival in the port of San Lúcar de Barrameda. From now on, and in maintenance refreshment that was sent to them and in other things necessary for the manifestation of it, it is in the following form. Page 124.

LVII. - List of the xarcia and sails and rigging and weapons and artillery and other things that Domingo de Ochandiano, from the Victoria ship, received on 12

September of one thousand and five hundred and twenty-two years, is in the following form. P. 132.

LVIll. — Royal certificate ordering the delivery to Cristóbal de Haro of all the nail that had arrived on the Victoria ship. Page 133.

LIX. — List of the way in which they were weighed and delivered to Diego Díaz, merchant, on behalf of Cristóbal de Haro, merchant from Burgos, the boxes and sacks with nails of the captain and master and pilot and sailors who came on the Victoria ship, On November 6, Million Five Hundred Twenty Two

years, it is in a continuous way. Page 136.

LX. — List of spices delivered by the crew of the Victoria ship upon arrival in Seville. Page 139.

LXI. — Royal warrant ordering the Officials of the Casa de la Contratación to deliver to Cristóbal de Haro all specimen samples

that arrived in the nao Victoria. Page 142.

LXII. - List of what the ship Santiago has, may our Lord save and keep. Page 143.

LXlll. — Relation of what is in the nao Trinidad, may God save and keep. Page 149.

LXIV. — List of the things that had or have been put in the ship, may God save, named the Concepción, as well as xarcia and sails as well as maintenance and weapons and artillery and other things, are the following. Page 163.

LXV.— Army of the Spice. Notes taken from the account and reason books belonging to the Treasury of the Casa de la Contratación. Fernando de Magallanes, Ruy Falero and others. P. 178.

LXVI. — List of the salary that Captain Fernando de Magallanes must have, who was the captain general of the navy, the first to be

Maluco, who left Seville on August 10, one thousand five hundred and nineteen. Page 195.

LXV. — Fee for the seats of captains and officers of the Magellan army. - Year of five hundred and nineteen. Page 198.

LXVL.— List of the people that His Majesty ordered to go in the Magellan army and the salary that must be paid each month. Page 199.

LXVll.— List of the people who go in each nao of the navy, to whom they paid relief in Seville and what they have each month . Page 199.

LXVIll. - List of the salary that is owed to the captain and officers and company of the ship Vitoria and Concebición, which was undone, and Santiago, who was lost , counting each one the time he served, both the living and the dead, until the day they died from the day they left Seville, which was on August 10, one thousand and five hundred and ten and nine years, until September 8, five hundred and twenty-two years, that said ship Victoria returned to Seville; so that they are owed three years and twenty-eight days, from which what was given to each one of them in relief in Seville is taken away, and more has to be taken away from what each one has received in the trip of the frame goods; and what is owed to each is the following. Page 208.

LXIX.— List of the salary that has been paid to those who returned to the San Antonio ship , to whom they were paid because the ship left Seville, which

It was on August 10, 519 years, until May 8, that the ship returned to Seville, in the year 1521. Page 228.

LXX. - R elation of the salary owed to the captain, officers and company of the Trinidad ship, who remained in Maluco , etc., from the time the navy left, until the Vitoria ship left its company in Maluco, on December 21 of 1521. Page 229.

LXXI. — Paragraphs of a royal warrant addressed to the Royal Officials of Seville, about the seat that had been taken with Magellan and Falero. P. 289.

LXXII. —Paragraph of a letter from the Emperor to the Officials of the Casa de la Contratación de las Indias about the dispatch of the Magellan army.

—May 21, 1518. Page 239.

LXXIII. - Royal warrant to Magallanes and Falero advising them that an order has been given to the Officials of the Casa de la Contratación so that they understand how to provide the navy's office in conjunction with them. 242.

LXXIV. — Letter from the King to Portugal interceding in favor of Simón Barreto de Magallanes and Francisco de Magallanes so that the death penalty and loss of property to which they had been sentenced would not be applied. — July 21, 1518. Pág. 248.

LXXV. - Royal warrant to Fernando de Magallanes about what had happened to the Admiral's Lieutenant on the occasion of the banners that he put on one of the ships of his navy at the time of beaching it. — November 11, 1518. Page 244.

LXXVI. — Royal warrant to the Assistant of Seville to make information about what had happened to Magellan with the Lieutenant of the Admiral. —November 11, 1518. Page 245.

LXVII. —To the Cabildo of Seville and other authorities of that city recommending that they favor the Officers of the Casa de la Contratación, after knowing what had happened to Magellan with the Admiral's Lieutenant. - November 11, 1518. Page 246.

LXXVlll. — To Dr. Sancho de Matienzo, treasurer of the Casa de la Contratación de las Indias, thanking him for what he had done in the incident that occurred to Magellan with the Lieutenant of the Admiral. Page 247.

LXXIX. — Royal warrant to Sancho Martínez de Leiva, Seville's assistant, ordering him to make the information on the case so that those who had caused the incident that occurred to Magellan on the occasion of stranding one of the ships of his navy would be punished. Page 248.

LXXX. — Royal cedula to the Officers of the Casa de la Contratación de las Indias so that after they receive it they send all the information relative to the Magellan army. — October 10, 1522. Page 250.

LXXXI. — Royal cedula by which it is ordered to pay a certain salary to Miguel de la Mezquita, complying with what he and Fernando de Magallanes had served. Page 250.

LXXXII. — Royal warrant to the Officials of the Casa de la Contratación so that they may go to Martín de la Mezquita with the salary that was assigned to him,

while the Magellan army returned. Page 251.

LXXXIII. — Royal warrant to the Officers of the Casa de la Contratación de las Indias to go to Francisco Falero with the salary assigned to Ruy Falero, while he was ill. Page 253.

LXXXIV. — Royal certificate ordering the payment of fifteen thousand maravedís to Juana de Durango, on account of the salary assigned to her husband Juan Serrano, who had been in the Magellan army. — September 22, 1525. Pág 254.

LXXXV. - Royal cedula to help Juana de Durango with fifteen thousand maravedís, as Juan Serrano's wife. — April 4, 1526. Page 256.

LXXXVI. — Royal warrant to the Corregidores and other Justices, wherever they may be, to do justice to Ginés de Mafra, a pilot, who had gone in the Magallanes army, in the matters that he had pending with his wife Catalina Martínez del Market. — April 12, 1527. Page 257.

LXXXVII. - Royal cedula to go to Francisco Falero with the salary that was assigned to Ruy Palero, in view of the fact that Eva Alfonso, his wife, had not come from Portugal to meet him. — April 12, 1527. Pág 258.

LXXWlIl. — Probanza of Francisco Falero, date in the city of Seville in the year 1527. Page 259.

LXXXIX. — Royal warrant ordering Gonzalo Gómez de Espinosa, who had gone as bailiff in the Magallanes army, to pay a life pension of thirty thousand maravedís. - November 10, 1529. Page, 264.

XC. - Real cedula so that Gonzalo Gómez de Espinosa would be paid his salary, notwithstanding that he had been absent from Seville. — November 9

of 1529. Page 264.

XCI. — Royal cedula for the Officials of the House of Contracting to pay the heirs of Juan de Morales, doctor and surgeon, who was in the Magallanes army, forty-two thousand eighteen maravedís. — November 19, 1529. Page 265.

XCII. — Royal cedula to pay Francisco Falero the amounts that Ruy Falero had earned from his salary. — February 4, 1530. Page 266.

XCIII. - Royal certificate ordering the delivery of twelve thousand maravedís to the daughter of Andrés de San Martín, a pilot who was in the Magellan army,

that mercy was being made to him. - April 3, 1530. Page 267.

XCIV. - Royal warrant for the delivery of twelve thousand maravedís to Cristóbal de San Martín, uncle of Juana de San Martín, daughter of Andrés de San Martín.—

April 11, 1530. Page 268.

XCV. — Royal cedula to deliver to Francisco Falero the amounts that he had earned from his salary and over which a lawsuit was filed with Eva Alfonso, who had them seized. —November 19, 1530. Page 270.

XCVI. - Provision of the Council of the Indies so that four ducats would be delivered to María de Morón, as mother of Juan de Ortega, who had gone in the Magellan army, on account of the salary he had earned. P. 272.

XCVlI. — Royal certificate by which Gonzalo Gómez de Espinosa is ordered to pay forty-one thousand two hundred maravedís that belonged to him as heir to Maestre Anze. that he had gone as a lombardero in the Magellan army. - March 21, 1531. Page 273.

XCVIIl. - Royal certificate by which the Officials of the Casa de la Contratación are sent to the Council of the Indies the reason for the salary that was owed to Juan Serrano, which his wife and children claimed. — July 24, 1521. Pág. 274.

XCIX. — For the Officials of Seville to pay Fray Antonio de Cubillana as attorney for Jorge Álvarez, father and heir of Domingo de Cubillana, who was a cabin boy in the army of La Especería, twenty maravedís for part of the payment of what there must have been of his salary and quintaladas, in addition to another twenty ducats that Diego de la Maya paid him. — August 20, 1535. Page 276.

C. — Representation of Francisco Falero to the Council of the Indies, in which he relates his services, requesting that he be given something to eat. 278.

Cl. — Royal certificate granting twenty ducats to Juana de Durango, Juan Serrano's wife, a pilot who was in the Magellan army.

July 24, 1531. Page 280.

CII. — Royal cedula to pay María de Morón fifty-four thousand three hundred three maravedís, the rest of the salary and quintada owed to Juan de Ortega, her son, who had been in the Magallanes army. — 4 November 1531. Page 281.

Clll. — Royal cedula ordering Cristóbal de Haro to give an account of the sums owed to Francisco Ruiz, who had been in the Magellan army, and claimed by his wife Beatriz Martín. — May 9, 1532 Page 282.

CIV. — Provision of the Council of the Indies for the Officials of the Casa de la Contratación to give an account of what had been paid to Andrés de San Martín, a pilot who had gone with Magellan, and deliver it to Cristóbal de San Martín so that could assert their rights. — March 18

of 1535. Page 283.

CV. — Royal cedula to the Officials of the Casa de la Contratación so that they pay doña Catalina del Puerto a certain amount of maravedís, as heir to Juan Sebastián del Cano. - March 23, 1535 Page 284.

CVI. - Libranza to the heirs of Juan de Cartagena in the Officials of Seville, of 48,217 [maravedís] that were worth the merchandise of Juan de

Cartagena who returned from Maluco.— October 19, 1537. P. 287.

CVII. — Royal cedula to the Royal Officials of Seville, ordering that certain sums be paid to the persons indicated. — October 23, 1543. Page 289.

CVII. — Letter from Juan Sebastián del Cano to the Emperor giving a brief account of his voyage in the Magellan army and his return on the Victoria ship. — September 6, 1522 (translated from Italian). Page 291.

Collection of voyages and discoveries made by the Spanish by sea since the end of the 15th century, with several unpublished documents concerning the history of the Castilian navy and of the Spanish settlements in the Indies.

Martín Fernández de Navarrete, Madrid, 1837.

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Other appendices of documents belonging to Fernando de Magallanes and his expedition to Maluco not listed above.

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Chronicles of historians

General History of the Acts of the Castilians in the Islands and the mainland of the Sea Ocean. (Also called Decades )

Antonio de Herrera, Senior Chronicler of His Majesty of the Indies and Castile, 16th and 17th centuries.

Decades I and II

Decades III and IV

Collection of voyages and discoveries made by the Spanish by sea since the end of the 15th century, with several unpublished documents concerning the history of the Castilian navy and of the Spanish settlements in the Indies.

Martín Fernández de Navarrete, Madrid, 1837.

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The Discovery of the Pacific Ocean. Hernando de Magallanes and his companions.

José Toribio Medina, Imprenta Elzeviriana, Chile, 1920.

Mapping

Universal chart that contains everything that has been discovered in the world so far ago. It was made by Diego Ribero, a cosmographer of his majesty, in the year 1529, in [n] Seville.

Diego Ribero, royal cosmographer, drew up the world's first scientific world map in 1527. It contains the discoveries of Esteban Gómez's Magellan expedition on his trip to the North American coast after his desertion in the Strait of Magellan, by the Portuguese in Africa and Asia, and of all the discoverers in Central America and the American Pacific coast.

Only two copies remain. This is a scanned version of the copy that the Emperor gave to the Pope in 1529.

The largest digital file I have found is in the Australian National Library, here .

Copy of the Royal Register of Diego Ribero, 1529.

2,000 x 860 pixel version, 3 Mb jpg .

Version at 16,202 x 6,928 pixels, 211 Mb jpg .

Version at 16,202 x 6,928 pixels, 339 Mb tif .

Corrected by the author from the original facsimile in contrast, focus, saturation and color balance for optimal viewing.

Modern publications

The first travel around the world

José Luis Comellas, Rialp, Spain, 2012.

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The First Circumnavigators. Unsung Heroes of the Age of Discovery

Harry Kelsey, Yale University Press, USA 2016.

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The first travel around the world

Juan Sebastián Elcano, Antonio Pigafetta, Maximiliano Transilvano, Francisco Albo, Ginés de Mafra and others. Miraguano Ediciones / Ediciones Polifemo. 2012.

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