The Voyage of Italy

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The Voyage of Italy  (1670) 
by Richard Lassels
THE VOYAGE OF ITALY.

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THE

VOYAGE

OF

ITALY

OR

A Compleat Journey through

ITALY

In Two Parts.

With the Characters of the People, and the Description of the Chief Towns, Churches, Monasteries, Tombs, Libraries, Pallaces, Villas, Gardens, Pictures, Statues, and Antiquities.

AS

Also of the Interest, Government, Riches, Force, &c. of all the Princes.

With Instructions concerning Travel.


By Richard Lassels, Gent. who Travelled through Italy Five times as Tutor to several of the English Nobility and Gentry.

Never before Extant.


Newly Printed at Paris, and are to be sold in London, by John Starkey at the Mitre in Fleet-street near Temple-Barr, 1670.

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This work was published before January 1, 1927, and is in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago.