Travels of Rabbi Benjamin, son of Jonah, of Tudela: through Europe, Asia, and Africa; from the ancient Kingdom of Navarre, to the frontiers of China. Faithfully translated from the original Hebrew; And enriched with a Dissertation, and Notes, Critical, Historical, and Geographical: In which the true Character of the Author, and Intention of the Work, are impartially considered. By the Rev. B. Gerrans, Lecturer of Saint Catherine Coleman, and Second Master of Queen Elizabeth's Free Grammar-School, Saint Olave, Southwark. This Author flourished about the Year 1160 of the Christian Aera, is highly prized by the Jews, and other Admirers of Rabbinical Learning; and has frequently been quoted by the greatest Orientalists that this or any other Nation ever produced: but was never before (to the Editor's Knowledge) wholly translated into English, either by Jew, or Gentile. Entered at Stationers Hall.

  • Benjamin Ben Jonah, of Tudela.
M,DCC,LXXXIV. [1784]
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London : printed for the translator; and sold by Messrs. Robson, New Bond-Street; J. Murray, in Fleet-Street; T. Davis, Holborn; W. Law, Ave-Maria-Lane, And at No. 7, Canterbury-Square, Southwark, M,DCC,LXXXIV. [1784]

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xiii,[1],171,[1]p. ; 120.

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ESTC T51602

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