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The Pennyles Pilgrimage

by John M. Taylor

HOW HE TRAVAILED ON FOOTfrom London to Edenborough in Scotland, not carryingany Money to or fro, neither Begging, Borrowing,or Asking Meate, drinke orLodging.With his Description of his Entertainmentin all places of his Journey, and a true Reportof the unmatchable Hunting in the Breaof Marre and Badenoch inScotland.With other Observations, some serious andworthy of Memory, and some merryand not hurtfull to be Remembred.Lastly that (which is Rare in a Travailer)all is true.

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