A voyage round the world, by Dr. John Francis Gemelli Careri. In six parts, viz. I. of Turky. II. of Persia. III. of India. IV. of China. V. of the Philippine Islands. VI. of New Spain. Written originally in italian, translated into english. Travels through Europe in several letters to the counsellor Amato Danio. A relation of a journey to Constantinople; giving an account of divers occurrences; how far the King of Sweden's commission was executed there; as also of the State of the Turkish monarchy at that time, being a report made to the most potent prince, Charles Gustavus, king of the swedes, goths and vandals. By his faithful servant and subject Nicholas Rolamb, baron of Bystad, lord of Lanna, Broo, Biorkwiik, Beatalund and Traan-nos, his majesty's trusty senator, counsellor, and president of his court of justice of Gothia at Tonkioping, formerly Envoy Extraordinary to the Ottoman Porte. Translated from the copy printed in Swedish at Stockholm. A journey of John Baptist Merin, phil. & med. Doct. to the mines of Hungary; with an account of his observations made there, in relation to them, ans subterraneous passages in general. An account of the cape of Good Hope and the Hottentotes, the natives of that country. An account of the shipwreck of a Dutch Vessel, & co. The description of the Kingdom of Corea. God's power and providence, shewed in the miraculous preservation and deliverance of eight english men, left by mischance in Greenland, anno 1630. Nine months and twelve days. With a true relation of all their miseries, the shists and hardships they were put to, their food, &c. Such as neither heathen nor christian ever before endured. With a description of the chief places and rarities of that barren and cold country. Faithfully reported by Edward Pellham, one of the eight men aforesaid. As also with a map of Greenland. A draught of the Straights of Gibraltar, with some observations upon the currents thereunto belonging.
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Henry Lintot and John Osborn, at the Golden Ball in Paternoster Row, Londres, Reino Unido. 3a. ed.