*Of Misena. chap. 104.
MIsena a Prouince of Germania, and hath that name of a Citye that is called Missena: and ioyneth to Boe∣mis, and to Polonia in the East side, and to Baionia in the South: To Saro∣nia and to Turingia in the West: To Recia and to the bordes of Rhenam in the North. And is a right wide lande and a large: héere plaine and there full of mountaynes, and is good lande and full of pasture, and moysted with best Ma∣ter. For that principall Riuer. Albia runneth foorth in the more parte by the length, thereof. Also therein he strong Ci∣tyes, Castles, Tobones, and for〈…〉. And generallye the people thereof be rich of Cattell, of corne, of heas•en, and of mettall. And though the man hée long and very fayre strong and séemely of sta∣ture, yet neuerthelesse they ••• go•••e and peaceable by kinde, and ••••••e sierce in all thing the ••e•nance her.
(*There are two Riuers of this name Albis, the one in Bosmia, which commeth to •all Gisle of Pra•e, the other in Germany.