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Author: Lane, Bartholomew.
Title: A modest vindication of the hermite of the Sounding Island in requital for the modest vindication of the Salamanca doctor from perjury by Bartholomew Lane ...
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A modest vindication of the hermite of the Sounding Island in requital for the modest vindication of the Salamanca doctor from perjury by Bartholomew Lane ...
Lane, Bartholomew.

London: Printed by T. Snowden for the author, 1683.
Notes:
A burlesque of Elliot's Narrative of my travails, captivity, and escape, which appears in his Modest vindication. Cf. DNB.
Reproduction of original in Huntington Library.
Subject terms:
Elliot, Adam, -- d. 1700. -- Modest vindication of Titus Oates, the Salamanca doctor.
Oates, Titus, -- 1649-1705.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A49308.0001.001

Contents
title page
A Modest Vindication, &c.
The TRUE HISTORY OF THE STRANGE ADVENTURES OF THE Wandring Hermit OF THE SOƲNDING ISLAND, AND Of his being taken by the Moors: His miserable Captivity: And his Miraculous escape from thence.
CHAP. I. How the Hermit of the Sounding Island desi'd the Sala∣manca Doctor in the great City of Eblana in the Kingdom of Ivernia: And how he was made to pay sauce for his Tongue.
CHAP. II. How the Hermit of the Sounding Island went on Pilgri∣mage to Rome to visit the Nymph Ninna Pandolpha: And what there befell him.
CHAP. III. How the Hermit was receiv'd into the Colledge of Caledonians at Rome, and there read a Lecture upon Salt-Pork.
CHAP. IV. How the Hermit of the Sounding Island made him an Engine, and flew to Lisbonia in the Realm of Porto Gallia.
CHAP. V. How the Hermite of the sounding Island, met with the famous Tunbellioso, Prio of the Abbey call'd the Abbey of the Golden Lyon, and how they drink to gether in one of St. Christophers Boots.
CHAP. VI. How the Hermite of the sounding Island determined the Controversie between Trifle and Toyle-brains two famous Philosophers, concerning the Number of the Inhabitants of the World; by which a notable Conjecture may be made at the Number of the Sands of the Sea.
CHAP. VII. How the Hermite was taken by the Moores, and what befel him thereupon.
CHAP. 8. How the Hermite met with a Lion that swallow'd him whole, and what befel him then.
CHAP. 9. How the Jew had his Head fix'd upon his shoulders, and was restor'd to life again.