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Author: Parry, William, fl. 1601.
Title: A new and large discourse of the trauels of sir Anthony Sherley Knight, by sea, and ouer land, to the Persian Empire Wherein are related many straunge and wonderfull accidents: and also, the description and conditions of those countries and people he passed by: with his returne into Christendome. Written by William Parry gentleman, who accompanied Sir Anthony in his trauells.
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2011-12 (EEBO-TCP Phase 2).
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Print source: A new and large discourse of the trauels of sir Anthony Sherley Knight, by sea, and ouer land, to the Persian Empire Wherein are related many straunge and wonderfull accidents: and also, the description and conditions of those countries and people he passed by: with his returne into Christendome. Written by William Parry gentleman, who accompanied Sir Anthony in his trauells.
Parry, William, fl. 1601.

London: Printed by Valentine Simmes for Felix Norton, 1601.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A09051.0001.001

Contents
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A new and large Discourse, of the Trauelles of Sir Anthonie Sherley Knight, by Sea, and ouer Land, to the Persian Empire.
I. D. of Hereford in praise of William Parry Gentleman.