Perhaps the Camaranca. - E.
 Probably that now called Tassa Point, or Cabo de S. Anna. - E.
 This account seems again to refer to the river Camaranca and Tassa
Point; otherwise called Cape St Ann; yet this cape is brought in
immediately afterwards. Indeed this voyage is inextricably confused,
probably incorrect or corrupt. - E.
 The large island of Sherbro, with Sherbro Strand and Shoals, a very
prominent feature of this part of the African coast, is here entirely
overlooked; unless we suppose de Cintra to have gone on the outside of
that island, considering the sound as a river, and naming the N. W.
point of Sherbro island Cape St Ann. - E.
 We have already seen that Don Henry died in this year, which must,
therefore, be here an error of the press, either in the original
publication by Cada Mosto, or in some of the after editions. - E.
CONTINUATION OF THE PORTUGUESE DISCOVERIES ALONG THE COAST OF AFRICA,
FROM THE DEATH OF DON HENRY IN 1463, TO THE DISCOVERY OF THE CAPE OF GOOD
HOPE IN 1486.
_Progress of Discovery from Cape Verga to Cape St Catherine; from the
Death of Don Henry to that of King Alphonzo V_.
After the decease of Don Henry, the illustrious father of maritime
discovery, the progress of the Portuguese along the coast of Africa
received a considerable check, as the military ardour of Alphonzo the
Fifth was principally directed to the support of his pretensions to the
throne of Castile, the circumstances of which are unconnected with the
plan of this work.