The Pennyles Pilgrimage Or The Money-lesse Perambulation of John Taylor
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The Pennyles Pilgrimage Or The Money-lesse Perambulation of John Taylor

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  • TRANSCRIBER'S NOTES
    • THE
  • PENNYLES
    • PILGRIMAGE,
      • OR
      • The Money-lesse perambulation,
        • of John Taylor, Alias the Kings Majesties Water-Poet.
      • of John Taylor, Alias the Kings Majesties Water-Poet.
      • HOW HE TRAVAILED ON FOOT
        • from London to Edenborough in Scotland, not carrying any Money to or fro, neither Begging, Borrowing, or Asking Meate, drinke or Lodging.
      • from London to Edenborough in Scotland, not carrying any Money to or fro, neither Begging, Borrowing, or Asking Meate, drinke or Lodging.
      • With his Description of his Entertainment
        • in all places of his Journey, and a true Report of the unmatchable Hunting in the Brea of Marre and Badenoch in Scotland.
        • With other Observations, some serious and worthy of Memory, and some merry and not hurtfull to be Remembred.
        • Lastly that (which is Rare in a Travailer) all is true.
      • in all places of his Journey, and a true Report of the unmatchable Hunting in the Brea of Marre and Badenoch in Scotland.
      • With other Observations, some serious and worthy of Memory, and some merry and not hurtfull to be Remembred.
      • Lastly that (which is Rare in a Travailer) all is true.
      • LONDON
        • Printed by Edw: Allde, at the charges of the Author. 1618
        • To the Truly Noble and Right Honorable Lord GEORGE MARQUIS of Buckingham, Viscount Villiers, Baron of Whaddon, Justice in Eyre of all his Majesty's Forests, Parks, and Chases beyond Trent, Master of the Horse to his Majesty, and one of the Gentlemen of his Highness Royal Bed-Chamber, Knight of the most Noble Order of the Garter, and one of his Majesty's most Honorable Privy Council of both the Kingdoms of England and Scotland.
      • Printed by Edw: Allde, at the charges of the Author. 1618
      • To the Truly Noble and Right Honorable Lord GEORGE MARQUIS of Buckingham, Viscount Villiers, Baron of Whaddon, Justice in Eyre of all his Majesty's Forests, Parks, and Chases beyond Trent, Master of the Horse to his Majesty, and one of the Gentlemen of his Highness Royal Bed-Chamber, Knight of the most Noble Order of the Garter, and one of his Majesty's most Honorable Privy Council of both the Kingdoms of England and Scotland.
    • OR
    • The Money-lesse perambulation,
      • of John Taylor, Alias the Kings Majesties Water-Poet.
    • of John Taylor, Alias the Kings Majesties Water-Poet.
    • HOW HE TRAVAILED ON FOOT
      • from London to Edenborough in Scotland, not carrying any Money to or fro, neither Begging, Borrowing, or Asking Meate, drinke or Lodging.
    • from London to Edenborough in Scotland, not carrying any Money to or fro, neither Begging, Borrowing, or Asking Meate, drinke or Lodging.
    • With his Description of his Entertainment
      • in all places of his Journey, and a true Report of the unmatchable Hunting in the Brea of Marre and Badenoch in Scotland.
      • With other Observations, some serious and worthy of Memory, and some merry and not hurtfull to be Remembred.
      • Lastly that (which is Rare in a Travailer) all is true.
    • in all places of his Journey, and a true Report of the unmatchable Hunting in the Brea of Marre and Badenoch in Scotland.
    • With other Observations, some serious and worthy of Memory, and some merry and not hurtfull to be Remembred.
    • Lastly that (which is Rare in a Travailer) all is true.
    • LONDON
      • Printed by Edw: Allde, at the charges of the Author. 1618
      • To the Truly Noble and Right Honorable Lord GEORGE MARQUIS of Buckingham, Viscount Villiers, Baron of Whaddon, Justice in Eyre of all his Majesty's Forests, Parks, and Chases beyond Trent, Master of the Horse to his Majesty, and one of the Gentlemen of his Highness Royal Bed-Chamber, Knight of the most Noble Order of the Garter, and one of his Majesty's most Honorable Privy Council of both the Kingdoms of England and Scotland.
    • Printed by Edw: Allde, at the charges of the Author. 1618
    • To the Truly Noble and Right Honorable Lord GEORGE MARQUIS of Buckingham, Viscount Villiers, Baron of Whaddon, Justice in Eyre of all his Majesty's Forests, Parks, and Chases beyond Trent, Master of the Horse to his Majesty, and one of the Gentlemen of his Highness Royal Bed-Chamber, Knight of the most Noble Order of the Garter, and one of his Majesty's most Honorable Privy Council of both the Kingdoms of England and Scotland.
    • TO ALL MY LOVING ADVENTURERS, BY WHAT NAME OR TITLE SOEVER, MY GENERAL SALUTATION.
    • TAYLOR'S PENNILESS PILGRIMAGE.
      • Nobis hæc invicta miserunt, 106 proavi.
        • 106, forefathers have left this to us unconquered.
      • 106, forefathers have left this to us unconquered.
      • THE EPILOGUE TO ALL MY ADVENTURERS AND OTHERS.
        • FINIS.
        • Corrections Made by Transcriber
      • FINIS.
      • Corrections Made by Transcriber
    • Nobis hæc invicta miserunt, 106 proavi.
      • 106, forefathers have left this to us unconquered.
    • 106, forefathers have left this to us unconquered.
    • THE EPILOGUE TO ALL MY ADVENTURERS AND OTHERS.
      • FINIS.
      • Corrections Made by Transcriber
    • FINIS.
    • Corrections Made by Transcriber
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