Author:John Ogilby

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John Ogilby

English author, translator, and publisher

John Ogilby


  • The relation of His Majestie's enertainment passing through the city of London, to his coronation (1661)
  • The entertainment of his most excellent majestie Charles II, in his passage through the city of London to his coronation (1662)
  • The fables of Aesop paraphras'd in verse : adorn'd with sculpture, and illustrated with annotations (1668)
  • Britannia depicta (1720)


  • Homer His Iliads Translated, Adorn’d with Sculpture, and Illustrated with Annotations (1660)
  • Homer. His Odysses. Translated, Adorn'd with Sculpture, and Illustrated with Annotations (1665)
  • An embassy from the East-India company of the United Provinces, to the Grand Tartar Cham, emperour of China, delivered by their excellcies Peter de Goyer and Jacob de Keyzer, at his imperial city of Peking (1669)
  • America: being an accurate description of the New World; containing the original of the inhabitants; the remarkable voyages thither: the conquest of the vast empires of Mexico and Peru, their ancient and later vvars. With their several plantations, many, and rich islands; their cities, fortresses, towns, temples, mountains, and rivers: their habits, customs, manners, and religions; their peculiar plants, beasts, birds, and serpents. (1670)

Works about Ogilby[edit]

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