Hakluytus Posthumus, Or, Purchas His Pilgrimes: Contayning a History of the World in Sea Voyages and Lande Travells by Englishmen and Others, Volume 12

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J. MacLehose and sons, 1906 - Voyages and travels
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Page 523 - blesseth the Empereur with the signe of the Crosse: saying withall, in the Name of the Father, the Sonne, and the Holy Ghost. The like is done by the Métropolites, Archbishops, and Bishops : who all in their order come to the Chaire, and one after another blesse the
Page 608 - are the very same that are prescribed in the Gospell, and used by us, vz. In the name of the Father, and of the Sonne, and of the holy Ghost.
Page 603 - mans shop, as he passeth by, to give where he list, hee thinketh himselfe much beloved of God, and much beholding to the holy Man, for taking it in that sort. Of this kind there are not many, because it is a very hard and cold Profession, to
Page 576 - to prevent another, wedged themselves so fast within the Gate, and streets neere unto it, as that three Rankes walked one upon the others head, the uppermost treading downe those that were lower : so that there perished at that time (as was said) by the fire and the presse, the number of
Page 575 - out Roomes) kindled so quickly, and went on with such rage, as that it consumed the greatest part of the Citie almost within the space of foure houres, being of thirty miles or more of compasse. Then might you have scene a lamentable Spectacle: besides the huge and
Page 515 - in great plenty, and served thence into the whole Realme for a great food. Of the Roes of these foure kinds they make very great store of Icary or Caveary, as was said before. They have besides these that breed in the Volgha, a fish called the
Page 579 - warres, is to get store of Captives, specially young Boyes and Girles, whom they sell to the Turkes, or other their neighbours. To this purpose they take with them great Baskets made like Bakers panniers, to carrie them tenderly, and if any of them happen to
Page 514 - of Squirrell that hath growing on the pinion of the shoulder bone, a long tuft of haire, much like unto feathers, with a far broader tayle then have any other Squirrels, which they move and shake as they leape from tree to tree, much like unto a wing. They skise a large space, and
Page 524 - runneth after this manner. Theodore Ivanowich, by the grace of God, great Lord and Emperour of all Russia, great Duke of Volodemer, Mosko, and Novograd, King of Cazan, King of Astracan, Lord of Plesko, and great Duke of Smolensko, of Twerria, Joughoria, Permia, Vadska, Bulghoria, and others, Lord and great Duke of Novograd,
Page 630 - and of cold, can beare them both a great deale more patiently then strangers can doe. You shall see them sometimes (to season their bodies) come out of their Bath-stoves all on a froth, and fuming as hote almost as a Pigge at a

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