Hakluytus Posthumus, Or, Purchas His Pilgrimes: Contayning a History of the World in Sea Voyages and Lande Travells by Englishmen and Others, Issue 25

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J. MacLehose and Sons, 1906 - Voyages and travels

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Page 604 - ... in the name of the father and of the sonne, and of the holy ghost...
Page 511 - These 4. kinds of fish breed in the Volgha, and are catched 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.
Page 572 - ... 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 & the presse, the number of 800000 people or more.
Page 519 - God committed unto thee: in the name of the father, the sonne, and the holy ghost.
Page 599 - ... 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 go naked in Russia, specially in winter.
Page 570 - And when it was furnished, for reward to the Architect (that was a Polonian) he put out both his eyes, to make him unable to build the like againe. But...
Page 582 - Obba, there is a rocke which naturally (beeing somewhat helped by imagination) may seeme to beare the shape of a ragged woman with a child in her armes (as the rock by the North Cape the shape of a frier), where the Obdorian Samoites use much to resort by reason of the commoditie of the place for fishing; and there sometime (as their manner...
Page 563 - Every man hath his quarter, or fourth part under him : whereof the first is called, the Prava Polskoy, or Right wing. The second is, the Levoy Polskoy, or Left wing. The third is, Rusnoy Polskoy, or The broken band, because out of this there are chosen to send abroad upon any sudden exploit, or to make a rescue or supply, as occasion doth require. The fourth, Storeshovoy Polskoy, or The warding band.
Page 516 - That he meant him no such mortall harme when he gave him the blow, may appeare by his mourning and passion after his sonnes death, which never left him till it brought him to the grave.
Page 503 - Don, (the ancient bounder betwixt Europe and Asia) that taketh his head out of Rezan Ozera, and so running through the Countrey of the Chrim Tartar, falleth into the great Sea, lake, or meare, (called Maeotis) by the Citie of Azov. By this River (as the Russe reporteth) you may passe from their Citie...

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