Glasgow: James MacLehose, 1905.
Reprinted from the Edition of 1611, one of 1000 copies. Illustrated with10 black and white facsimile plates, some folding, with tissue guards. xx, 428, ; xi, 435,  pp. 2 vols. 8vo. Bound in three quarters crimson morocco, t.e.g., by De Coverley & Sons. Fine. Ghani p. 83; Cox I, p. 97 (First editions). Item #318088
The first, and for a long time remained the only, handbook for continental travel. - Cox. Largely an account of observations made on his travels in Europe in 1608. Coryat died in Surat, India. Dr. Johnson described him as a man of learning, wit and above all buffoonery.
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