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The world surveyed; or, The famous voyages & travailes of Vincent Le Blanc, or, White, of Marseilles: who from the age of fourteen years, to threescore and eighteen, travelled through most parts of the world. Viz. The East and West Indies, Persia, Pegu, the kingdoms of Fez and Morocco, Guinny, and through all Africa. From the cape of Good Hope, into Alexandria, by the territories of Monomotapa, of Preste John and Egypt, into the Mediterranean isles, and through the principal provinces of Europe. Containing a more exact description of several parts of the world, then hath hitherto been done by any other authour. The whole work enriched, wth many authentick histories. Originally written in French, and faithfully rendred into English by F.B., gent

Leblanc, Vincent, 1554-approximately 1640

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  • Format Books
  • Contributors
  • Publication London : Printed for J. Starkey at the Miter, near the Middle-Temple Gate in Fleetstreet, 1660.
  • Physical Details
    • 6 preliminary leaves, 407 pages, 12 unnumbered pages ; 28 cm
  • OCLC ocm01812433


  • In three parts.
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