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Cornelis de Bruyn

Travels into Muscovy, Persia, and part of the East-Indies. Containing, an accurate description of whatever is most remarkable in those countries. And embelished with above 320 copper plates, representing the finest prospects, and most considerable cities in those parts; the different habits of the people; the singular and extraordinary birds, fishes, and plants which are there to be found: as likewise the antiquities of those countries, and particularly the noble ruins of the famous palace of Persepolis, called Chelminar by the Persians. The whole being delineated on the spot, from the respective objects. To which is added, an account of the journey of Mr. Isbrants, ambassador from Muscovy, through Russia and Tartary, to China; together with remarks on the travels of Sir John Chardin, and Mr. Kempfer, and a letter written to the author on that subject. In two volumes. By M. Cornelius Le Bruyn. Translated from the original French.

London: Printed for A. Bettesworth and C. Hitch, S. Birt, C. Davis, J. Clarke, S. Harding D. Browne, A. Millar, J. Shuckburgh, and T. Osborne, 1737.
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Travels into Muscovy, Persia, and part of the East-Indies. Containing, an accurate description of whatever is most remarkable in those countries. And embelished with above 320 copper plates, representing the finest prospects, and most considerable cities in those parts; the different habits of the people; the singular and extraordinary birds, fishes, and plants which are there to be found: as likewise the antiquities of those countries, and particularly the noble ruins of the famous palace of Persepolis, called Chelminar by the Persians. The whole being delineated on the spot, from the respective objects. To which is added, an account of the journey of Mr. Isbrants, ambassador from Muscovy, through Russia and Tartary, to China; together with remarks on the travels of Sir John Chardin, and Mr. Kempfer, and a letter written to the author on that subject. In two volumes. By M. Cornelius Le Bruyn. Translated from the original French. Library Average
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A. RobinsonVolume 110/12/178910/26/1789Le Brune's Travels
Alexander RobertsonVolume 210/26/178911/9/1789Le Bruyn's Travels
Garrett Abeel11/20/178911/23/1789Le Bruyns Travels
Garrett Abeel11/20/178911/23/1789Le Bruyn's Travels
Henry RemsenVolume 212/11/178912/16/1789Le Bruyns Travels
Henry RemsenVolume 112/16/178912/21/1789"
John GreenwoodVolume 11/6/17901/18/1790LeBruyns Travels
John GreenwoodVolume 21/18/17901/21/1790"
William LaightVolume 11/18/17901/22/1790Le Bruyns Travels
William LaightVolume 22/8/17902/15/1790Le Bruyns travels
Archibald McLeanVolume 12/10/17903/10/1790Le Bruyns travels
William BurlingVolume 23/8/17904/14/1790Le Bruyns Travels
Solomon SaltusVolume 13/17/17903/19/1790Le Bruyn's Travels
William BurlingVolume 14/14/17905/18/1790"
Catharine BradfordVolume 16/12/17906/21/1790LeBruyns Travels
Catharine BradfordVolume 26/21/17907/6/1790"
Robert Charles JohnsonVolume 19/10/17909/14/1790LeBruyns Travels
Robert Charles JohnsonVolume 29/14/17909/17/1790"
John JayVolume 110/30/179012/11/1790Le Bruyns Travels
Jacob MortonVolume 211/30/179012/30/1790Le Bruyns travels
Cornelius I. BogartVolume 11/7/17911/21/1791Le Bruynes Travels
Abraham BrinckerhoffVolume 21/11/17911/14/1791Le Bruyns travels
John Stagg, Jr.Volume 21/14/17911/22/1791Le Bruyn
Sidney PhoenixVolume 11/28/17911/31/1791Le Bruyns travels
Peter SchermerhornVolume 12/12/17912/14/1791Le Bryns travels
William Beekman, Sr.2/24/17913/7/1791Librune Travels
Arthur NobleVolume 13/4/17913/7/1791Le Bruyns travels
John Christopher Kunze3/29/17914/3/1791LeBruyns Travels
George Bond9/15/17919/17/1791Bruyns Travels
Henry Ten BrookVolume 110/10/179110/12/1791Le Bruyn's Travels
Henry Ten BrookVolume 210/12/179110/13/1791"
Edmund SeamanVolume 110/13/179110/21/1791Le Bruyn's travels
Alsop Hunt10/24/179111/11/1791Le Brunes Travels
John FrostVolume 211/8/179111/18/1791Le Bruyns travels
Alsop HuntVolume 211/21/179112/9/1791Le Bruyns
John Keese12/17/179112/19/1791Le Bruynes travels
John KeeseVolume 212/19/179112/23/1791"
Henry Blakely2/10/17922/11/1792Le Bruyns Travels
Theodorus Van WyckVolume 13/7/17923/31/1792LeBruyn
Thomas SalterVolume 23/20/17923/23/1792LeBruyn
John SlidellVolume 14/7/17925/9/1792Le Bruyn
Thomas SalterVolume 24/16/17924/16/1792LeBruyn
Elizabeth DePeysterVolume 24/26/17925/11/1792Le Bryun
Elizabeth DePeysterVolume 14/26/17925/11/1792Le Bryun
George Christian AnthonVolume 13/25/18003/28/1800Le Bruyn's Travels
Henry M. Van SolingenVolume 12/11/18013/25/1801Le Bruyns Travels
Henry M. Van SolingenVolume 23/25/18015/5/1801"
Henry M. Van SolingenVolume 25/5/18016/15/1801"
Jacob WilkinsVolume 111/30/180112/7/1801Le Buryns Travels
Jacob WilkinsVolume 212/7/180112/10/1801"
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