Voyages And Travels Poetry : The tryall of trauell, or, [brace] 1. The wonders in trauell, 2. The worthes of trauell, 3. The way to trauell : in three bookes epitemizd / by Baptist Goodall, merchant.; Goodall, Baptist.
Voyages And Travels Religious Aspects Christianity Early Works To 1800 : The world surveyed: or, A brief account of many remarkable passages wherein the omnipotent works of God are brought to our knowledge. : With a relation of that dreadful famine that befel the memorable city of Jerusalem, while grass, hay, leaves, and barks of trees, dogs, cats, with the dung of fowls and beasts was their desirable food. Worthy to be known and read of all men.
Voyages And Travels Wales Early Works To 1800 : Wallography; or The Britton describ'd: : Being a pleasant relation of a journey into Wales, wherein are set down several remarkable passages that occur'd in the way thither. And also many choice observables, and notable commemorations, concerning the state and condition, the nature and humor, actions, manners, customs, &c. of that countrey and people. / By W.R. a mighty lover of Welch travels.; W. R.
Vues Doptique Early Works To 1800 : Proposals for publishing by subscription, six perspective views : viz. of the cities of Canterbury, Rochester, and Chichester; the towns of Guildford and Maidstone: and of His Majesty's dock-yard at Chatham, in the counties of Kent, Sussex and Surrey. / By Samuel and Nathaniel Buck. According to act of Parliament.; Buck, Samuel,