MAGAZINE SOBRE HISTÒRIA (Iniciat com AUCA satírica el 1960.. en edició de M. Capdevila a la classe de F.E.N. )
"La història l'escriu qui guanya".. així.. "El poble que no coneix la seva història... es veurà obligat a repetir-la.."
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Secci√≥ a nivell de la quaderna mestra de La Reial. Noms: 1, suport de l'arbre mestre o major; 2, corba de subjecci√≥ de la carlinga de l'arbre (carlinga=paramola); 3, quilla i sobrequilla; 4, clau de l'arbre¬†; 5, banc o bancada; 6, travessa per engrillonar els remers; 7, banqueta per a suport dels peus dels remers; 8 i 9, corbes; 10, coberta; 11, trancanell; 12, cinta; 13, postisses; 14, batallola; 15, batallola per a les pavesades; 16, folre
.... las quatro galeras de las quales est√°n ya varadas las dos en lugar de las que en Carthagena se dexaron y se vararon luego las otras dos que de nuevo se arman aunque en es a atarazana faltan infinitos aparejos de los que serian menester y no esta la fabrica de la nueva galera real y de otras cosas tan adelante cuanto yo pense de todo.¬†Procurare llevar relaci√≥n y el virrey dize que la causa desto es proveerse poco dinero y de tarde en tarde. Suplico a V.M-. lo mande remediar y los ocho mil ducados que el tesorero Melchor de Herrera havia de inviar ser√°n bien menester para despachar estas galeras v ansi ando procurando que el virrey los preste de unos dineros del subsidio que aqui estavan.."
GHINUCCI and LEE.
Gives an account of their conversation with the Emperor touching the abstinence and the King's money, to the same effect as in previous letters. On the latter point he spoke more coldly than the Chancellor, so that I cannot believe that don Inigo has any more satisfactory proposals to make than he has offered already. I do not think they are likely to pay, and when I urged that it was only honorable that each prince should have his own, and that the King might want his money, and about the treaty (as in our previous letters), he said, when he was at Toledo not much respect was paid to treaties when the king of England negotiated with the king of France without advising him of his intentions. Details his conversation on this point. The Emperor was not satisfied with their argument. Announces the arrival of the messenger who had been sent to don Inigo long before the last.¬†Orders have been given by the Emperor for the construction of 60 galleys at Barcelona, Genoa, and elsewhere. The Emperor enters the Cortes, summoned for grants of money, which is very unusual. Various intrigues were set on foot, but no supplies have been granted.
From: 'Henry VIII:¬†March 1527, 1-10', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 4: 1524-1530 (1875), pp. 1310-1323. URL:¬†http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=91279&strquery=construction galleys Barcelona¬†¬†Date accessed: 25 November 2013.
"..L'angl√®s (Drake), a part de la crema de les naus catalanes, a bord dels quals es van perdre cinquanta mil corones, va capturar un vaixell pertanyent al senyor Pedro de Valdez, amb quatre-cents cinquanta espanyols a bord, i una gran quantitat d'artilleria de campanya que havia estat utilitzat com a llast.."
Venice June 1589
The King of Spain not only makes provision for the defence of Lisbon, but is collecting material for a fresh attack on England; being apparently resolved that next year his naval forces shall be so great that he may venture on that enterprise with far better hopes of success. In Cataloniahe has ordered ten galleons of six hundred tons each, lateen rigged, so as to sail better to wind; they are to be ready by March. For this purpose fifty thousand crowns have been sent to that district. The Catalans, who are entrusted with the order, declare that the time allowed is too short for the importance of the work; and even if all the wood were ready‚ÄĒand it is all to cut yet‚ÄĒit would be a hard task to complete the order in such a space of time. Those who have knowledge of the seas declare that ships of that build cannot sail in those bad and stormy waters. In Biscay, too, they are building ships; and so, provided there is someone to take the command, an Armada will be formed which will not only protect these kingdoms, but will strike terror into the enemy. If the kingdom of Portugal escapes the dangers in which it is involved, his Majesty is councilled to use sharper and weightier methods for keeping it in check; for gentle methods produce no result They say that had the caresses and manipulation bestowed on Portugal been employed in Flanders, and the force which is adopted in Flanders applied to Portugal, the policy would have been better suited to the nature of the respective countries.
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