|Author:||Leigh, Edward, 1602-1671.|
|Title:||Three diatribes or discourses first of travel, or a guide for travellers into forein [sic] parts, secondly, of money or coyns, thirdly, of measuring of the distance betwixt place and place / by Edward Leigh, Esq. ...|
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Three diatribes or discourses first of travel, or a guide for travellers into forein [sic] parts, secondly, of money or coyns, thirdly, of measuring of the distance betwixt place and place / by Edward Leigh, Esq. ...
Leigh, Edward, 1602-1671.
London: Printed for William Whitwood ..., 1671.
|Alternate titles:||Three diatribes or discourses|
The Epistle DEDICATORY.
TO THE Candid READER.
A DIATRIBE OF Travel.
In the Survey of a Countrey, these things are observable.
To which the Emperour answered in the like strain
A DIATRIBE OF MONY Or COYN.
A DIATRIBE OF MEASURING, &c.