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The six voyages of John Baptista Tavernier, a noble man of France now living, through Turky into Persia, and the East-Indies, finished in the year 1670. Giving an account of the state of those countries. Illustrated with divers sculptures. Together with a new relation of the present Grand Seignor’s seraglio, by the same author. Made English by J.P. To which is added a description of all the kingdoms which encompass the Euxine and Caspian seas. By an English traveller, never before printed.
London: Printed for R[obert]. L[ittlebury]. and M[oses]. P[itt]. and are to be sold by John Starkey at the Miter in Fleet-street, near Temple Bar, and Moses Pitt at the Angel in St. Paul’s Church-Yard , 1678.
|Borrower Name||Volume||Date Out||Date In||Fine||Transcribed
|Isaac Van Vleeck||12/31/1800||1/3/1801||Taverniuers Travels|
|Sidney Phoenix||1/30/1801||2/6/1801||Taverners Travels|
|Daniel Phoenix||3/13/1802||4/3/1802||Tavernars Travels|
|Joseph Delaplaine||6/27/1803||6/30/1803||Tavernier's Travels|
|DeWitt Clinton||7/24/1803||8/5/1803||Tavernier's Travels|
|Joseph Williams||12/5/1804||12/7/1804||Taverners Travels|
|Henry M. Van Solingen||1/12/1805||1/19/1805||Taverniers Travels|
|Peter Allair||3/16/1805||4/1/1805||Tavernier's Travels|