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Sir Antony Sherley his relation of his travels into Persia. The dangers, and distresses, which befell him in his passage, both by sea and land, and his strange and vnexpected deliuerances. His magnificent entertainement in Persia, his honourable imployment there-hence, as Embassadour to the Princes of Christendome ... also, a trve relation of the great magnificence, valour, prudence, iustice, temperance, and other manifold vertues of Abas, now king of Persia ... with his advice to his brother, Sir Robert Sherley
- Sherley, Anthony, Sir, 1565-1635?
Some yeares travels into divers parts of Asia and Afrique. Describing especially the two famous empires, the Persian and Great Mogull: weaved with the history of these later times. As also, many ... kingdomes in the Orientall India, and other parts of Asia; together with the adjacent Iles ... With a revivall of the first discoverer of America
- Herbert, Thomas, Sir, 1606-1682.
A voyage from England to India, in the year MDCCLIV. And an historical narrative of the operations of the squadron and army in India, under the command of Vice-Admiral Watson and Colonel Clive in the years 1755, 1756, 1757; including a correspondence between the admiral and the nabob Serajah Dowlah ... Also, a journey from Persia to England, by an unusual route. With an appendix, containing an account of the diseases prevalent in Admiral Watson's squadron: description of most of the trees, shrubs, and plants of India ... also a copy of a letter written by a late ingenious physician, on the disorders incidental to Europeans at Gombroon in the Gulph of Persia ...
- Ives, Edward, -1786.
A journey through Russia into Persia : by two English gentlemen, who went in the year 1739, from Petersburg, in order to make a discovery how the trade from Great Britain might be carried on from Astracan over the Caspian. To which is annex'd, a summary account of the rise of the famous Kouli Kan, and his successes, till he seated himself on the Persian throne.
- Spilman, James.