4 edition of Taylor his trauels from the citty of London in England, to the citty of Prague in Bohemia found in the catalog.
Taylor his trauels from the citty of London in England, to the citty of Prague in Bohemia
by Printed by Nicholas Okes, for Henry Gosson, and are to be sold by Edward Wright in London
Written in English
|Other titles||Taylor his travels from the citty of London in England to the citty of Prague in Bohemia., Taylors trauels to Bohemia.|
|Series||Early English books, 1475-1640 -- 1859:6.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||31|
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Taylor his trauels: from the citty of London in England, to the citty of Prague in Bohemia: the manner of his abode there three weekes, his obseruations there, and his returne from thence: how he past miles downe the riuer of Elue, through Bohemia, Saxony, Anhalt, the bishoprick of Madeberge, Brandenberge, Hamburgh, and so to England.
Taylor his trauels from the citty of London in England, to the citty of Prague in Bohemia: the manner of his abode there three weekes, his observations there, and his returne from thence: how he past miles downe the river of Elue, through Bohemia, Saxony, Anhalt, the bishoprick of Magdeburge, Brandenberge, Hamburgh, and so to England: with many relations worthy of note.
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