Three crude veines are presented in this booke following (besides the foresaid Crudities) :
no less flowing in the body of the booke, then the Crudities themselues, two of rhetoricke and one of poesie ...
|Main Creator:||Coryate, Thomas, ca. 1577-1617.|
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London : Printed by W.S., anno Domini 1611.
Added engraved, illustrated t.p. reads: Coryats crudities : hastily gobled up in five moneths trauells in France, Sauoy, Italy, Rhetia com[m]only called the Grisons county, Heluetia alias Switzerland, some parts of high Germany, and the Netherlands.
"An explication of the emblemes of the frontispiece [i.e. added engraved t.p.]" signed: Ben. Jonson.
Signatures: engr. t.p. pi1 a⁸(a3 + superscript chi b⁴) b-g⁸ h-l⁴ B-C⁸ D⁸(D1 + 'D1', 'D2.3') E-3C⁸ 3D⁴ 3E3 chi1.
Errors in paging: 399-402 omitted in the numbering.
Errata leaf at end.
Engr. tp., with portr. of author, wanting; also the woodcut before the epistle dedicatory, the portr. of Coryat at p. 262, the amphitheatre at Verona at p. 311, the clock of Strasbourg at p. 452.
Physical description: , 364, , 366-393, , 395-655 [i.e. 651],  p.,  leaves of plates (2 folded) : ill., ports., music ; 23 cm. (4to)
Citations/References: STC (2nd ed.), 5808
Citations/References: STC (2nd ed.) 5808
Added title page title: Coryats crudities
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