The Travels of an Adventurous Knight Through the Kingdom of Wonders. Giving A Particular Account of the Nature of the Country, as to their Customs of Burials, Marriages and Laws in general, with several delightful Stories that happened throughout his whole Travels; particularly the Vanity and Knavery of the Romish Priests; the Nature of their giving Absolution, and vending their Prayers according to the Price of the Infirm Person they attend; with a large Description of a Liliputian Battle. When Wonders cease this World is at a Stand. In Two Parts

TitleThe Travels of an Adventurous Knight Through the Kingdom of Wonders. Giving A Particular Account of the Nature of the Country, as to their Customs of Burials, Marriages and Laws in general, with several delightful Stories that happened throughout his whole Travels; particularly the Vanity and Knavery of the Romish Priests; the Nature of their giving Absolution, and vending their Prayers according to the Price of the Infirm Person they attend; with a large Description of a Liliputian Battle. When Wonders cease this World is at a Stand. In Two Parts
Year for Search1731
Pagination31 pp.
Date Published1731
PublisherPtd. for S. Slow
Place PublishedLondon
Annotation

A satiric extraordinary voyage in which various countries are described, all with unusual customs. Anti-Roman Catholic.

Holding Institutions

IU, MnU

Full Text

1731 The Travels of an Adventurous Knight Through the Kingdom of Wonders. Giving A particular Account of the Nature of the Country, as to their Customs of Burials, Marriages and Laws in general, with several delightful Stories happened throughout his whole Travels; particularly the Vanity and Knavery of the Romish Priests; the Nature of their giving Absolution, and vending their Prayers according to the Price of the Infirm Person they attend; with a large Description of a Liliputian Battle. When Wonders cease this World is at a Stand. In Two Parts. London: Ptd. for S. Slow. 31 pp. IU, MnU

A satiric extraordinary voyage in which various countries are described, all with unusual customs. Anti-Roman Catholic.