Gomar. II. l.
 Id. II. lx.
 Malacca of the text ought certainly to be Molucca: Bouro is in lat.
3 deg. 20' S. Timor between 8 deg. 30' and 10 deg. 20' S. - E.
 Gomar. IV. viii.
 Id. VI. iv. li.
 Gomar. IV. viii, and xii. Castagn. VI. xli.
 Gomar. VI. xii.
 Castagn. VI. xlii.
 Gomar. II. lxi. The text, in Hakluyt's translation, has the absurd
number of 76,000 Castilians lost in this war; 76 is a more probable
number, and is considerable out of his small force: yet, the text may
mean 76,000 _Castellans_ of gold, as the sum expended on the
expedition; and which Hakluyt, or his printer, changed to that number
of _Castilians_. - E.
 Gomar. Conqu. de Mex. f. 226.
 Id. 242. This bay reaches no farther to the S. than 148 10' N. - E.
 Id. f. 229. 230.
 Id. f. 233.
 Gomar. Conqu. f. 234. and Hist. Gen. III. xxi.
 Id: Hist. Gen. II. vii.
 In this latitude, on the shore of Costa Rica, there is a town now
called Porto Cartago; but whether that indicated in the text it is
difficult to say, as Galvano is not always perfectly accurate in his
latitudes. - E.
 Gomar. Hist. Gen. II. lxv. and Conqu. f. 243.
 Gomar. Hist. Gen.