A True Relation of All the Remarkable Places and Passages Observed in the Travels of the Right Honourable Thomas Lord Howard
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1637. Excerpt: ... bj Waj of four nail, &c 3 7 fed toher More...
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1637. Excerpt: ... bj Waj of four nail, &c 3 7 fed toher former dwe1Hngs, they doe all gratulate one another, and give their acclamations to Howard. .. . The Epilogue Alluding to the Armes of the House of the Ho. wards, both wish and presage all happjnefle to the Ambafladour, and having made obeysance to him, give himthanksforiiimselse, and for all the rest. ....; 5 Here we stayed seven dayes, and departed the thirteenth of Italy For Regitfptrg by waggons, over the plainewhere the great batcell was fought, betweene the Emperour and the King of Bohemia pot above two English mites from th% citie, there wee did observe many places in the ground, wherein the dead bodies wereput, anda great company of bones lying by on a heape, where were.fliine in.all on both sides about thirtiethousand: from thence thorow a plainecorne countrey, to a little towne three Dutch miles fiom f r-gue3 called Beroum9. where wee lay, which towne hath beene burnt by the Duke of Saxoa his forces.. The next morning earely wee went thorow plaine corne-fields and meddowes, until we came to Mautb, a poore village where we dined: from thence thorow woods, and by poore villages burnt 3 to a prettie towne called Pilse-, where we lay that night, having travelled seven Dutch miles, it is seated in aplairie, f 3. wish $8 Relation with three little rivm running by ir, as MifenGlatovp.s', and P//09taking the name from the towne. The next morning thorow a wooddie countrey and corne-fields to Swabcto dinner 5 after dinner to BifooPfteine.ViJho0eim tobed, having this day travelled butfoure J' Dutch miles, in which the Count Dorfmjiaff hath a lktle castle pleasantly seated, and the river igree running about part of it, the towne was never pillaged as yet. Rarely the next morning from thence passing thorow a ...