Browsing by Author "Timberlake, Henry, d. 1626."
Showing 1 to 2 out of 2 results
TextEEBO-TCP (Phase 1)A true and strange discourse of the trauailes of two English pilgrimes what admirable accidents befell them in their iourney to Ierusalem, Gaza, Grand Cayro, Alexandria, and other places: also what rare antiquities, monuments, and notable memories (concording with the ancient remembrances in the holy Scriptures), they saw in Terra Sancta, with a perfect description of the old and new Ierusalem, and scituation of the countries about them. A discourse of no lesse admiration; then well worth the regarding: written by one of them, on the behalfe of himselfe, and his fellowe pilgrime.Date of publication:
1603Author(s):Description:By Henry Timberlake. Printer's name from STC. Reproduction of the original in the Folger Shakespeare Library.This item contains 4 files (988.75 KB).Publicly Available
TextEEBO-TCP (Phase 1)Two journeys to Jerusalem containing first, a strange and true account of the travels of two English pilgrims some years since, and what admirable accidents befel them in their journey to Jerusalem, Grand Cairo, Alexandria, &c. by H.T. Secondly the travels of fourteen Englishmen in 1669. from Scanderoon to Tripoly, Joppa, Ramah, Jerusalem, Bethlehem, Jericho, the river Jordan, the Lake of Sodom and Gomorrah, and back again to Aleppo. By T.B. VVith the rare antiquities, monuments, and memorable places and things mentioned in holy Scripture: and an exact description of the old and new Jerusalem, &c. To which is added, a relation of the great council of the Jews assembled in the plains of Ajayday in Hungaria in 1650. to examine the Scriptures concerning Christ. By S.B. an Englishman there present. VVith an account of the vvonderful delusion of the Jews, by a counterfeit Messiah or false Christ at Smyrna, in 1666. and the event thereof. Lastly, the fatal and final extirpation and destruction of the Jews throughoutDate of publication:
1692Author(s):Description:Includes 6 final advertisement leaves. An augmented version of "A journey to Jerusalem" attributed in the DNB to Nathaniel Crouch, who used the pseudonyms Robert Burton, Richard Burton, and, most commonly R.B. Reproduction ...This item contains 4 files (4.28 MB).Publicly Available