Iñez is herself a girl of Cadiz, of which city her father was a native.
The envoy had not reached Cadiz when Bthencourt landed at the fort on Lancerota.
The commonest serving-maid who walks the streets of Cadiz would put to shame a whole score of our mincing and wriggling belles.
They also were trying to keep the port of Cadiz under their lee, that they might escape to it.
And all this time that the central authority were defied, artillerymen and linesmen were loitering about the streets of Cadiz.
By all accounts Tarshish could have been no other city than the modern Cadiz.
Thus, when Drake fell upon Cadiz, his sailors regarded the huge galleys opposed to them as mere "great bugges."
On the 20th they anchored in the bay of St. Sebastian, half a league to the westward of Cadiz.
We beat about during the night, and in the morning found ourselves about fifteen miles from Cadiz.
He could not, however, bear to be left behind, and in a litter he was carried into Cadiz.