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Richard Hakluyt, The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques, and Discoveries of the English Nation, Certaine notes gathered by Richard Johnson (which was at Boghar with M. Anthony Jenkinson) of the reports of Russes and other strangers, of the wayes of Russia to Cathaya, and of divers and strange people. (search)
ndise are Sables, white and blacke Foxes (which the Russes call Pselts) and Harts skinnes, and Fawnes skinnes. The relation of Chaggi Memet a Persian Marchant, to Baptista Ramusius, and other notable citizens of Venice , touching the way from Tauris the chiefe citie of Persia, to Campion a citie of Cathay over land: in which voyage he himselfe had passed before with the Caravans. FROM Tauris to Soltania.6 dayes journey. From Soltania to Casbin.4 From Casbin to Veremi. 6 From Veremi tTauris to Soltania.6 dayes journey. From Soltania to Casbin.4 From Casbin to Veremi. 6 From Veremi to Eri. 15 From Eri to Boghara. 20 From Boghara to Samarchand. 5 From Samarchand to Cascar. 25 From Cascar to Acsu. 20 From Acsu to Cuchi.20 From Cuchi to Chialis. 10 From Chialis to Turfon. 10 From Turfon to Camul. 13 From Camul to Succuir. 15 From Succuir to Gauta. 5 From Gauta to Campion. 6 Which Campion is a citie of the Empire of Cathay in the province of Tangut, from whence the greatest quantitie of Rubarbe commeth.
Richard Hakluyt, The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques, and Discoveries of the English Nation, The relation of Chaggi Memet a Persian Marchant, to Baptista Ramusius, and other notable citizens of Venice , touching the way from Tauris the chiefe citie of Persia, to Campion a citie of Cathay over land: in which voyage he himselfe had passed before with the Caravans. (search)
The relation of Chaggi Memet a Persian Marchant, to Baptista Ramusius, and other notable citizens of Venice , touching the way from Tauris the chiefe citie of Persia, to Campion a citie of Cathay over land: in which voyage he himselfe had passed before with the Caravans. FROM Tauris to Soltania.6 dayes journey. From Soltania to Casbin.4 From Casbin to Veremi. 6 From Veremi to Eri. 15 From Eri to Boghara. 20 From Boghara to Samarchand. 5 From Samarchand to Cascar. Tauris to Soltania.6 dayes journey. From Soltania to Casbin.4 From Casbin to Veremi. 6 From Veremi to Eri. 15 From Eri to Boghara. 20 From Boghara to Samarchand. 5 From Samarchand to Cascar. 25 From Cascar to Acsu. 20 From Acsu to Cuchi.20 From Cuchi to Chialis. 10 From Chialis to Turfon. 10 From Turfon to Camul. 13 From Camul to Succuir. 15 From Succuir to Gauta. 5 From Gauta to Campion. 6 Which Campion is a citie of the Empire of Cathay in the province of Tangut, from whence the greatest quantitie of Rubarbe commeth.
Richard Hakluyt, The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques, and Discoveries of the English Nation, A compendious and briefe declaration of the journey of M. Anth. Jenkinson, from the famous citie of London into the land of Persia, passing in this same journey thorow Russia , Moscovia, and Mare Caspium, alias Hircanum, sent and imployed therein by the right worshipfull Societie of the Merchants Adventurers, for discoverie of Lands, Islans, &c. Being begun the foureteenth day of May, Anno 1561, and in the third yere of the reigne of the Queenes Majestie that now is: this present declaration being directed and written to the foresayd Societie. (search)
t citie in the province of Aderravgan, wherein the Princes of Persia are commonly buried: and there Alexander the great did keepe his Court when he invaded the Persians. Foure dayes journey to the Westward is the citie Tebris in olde time called Tauris , the greatest citie in Persia, but not of such trade of merchandise as it hath bene, or as others be at this time, by meane of the great invasion of the Turke, who hath conquered from the Sophie almost to the sayd citie of Tauris , which theTauris , which the sayd Turke once sacked, and thereby caused the Sophie to forsake the same, and to keepe his court ten dayes journey from thence, at the sayd citie of Casbin. The 21 day we departed from Ordowil aforesayd, travelling for the most part over mountaines all in the night season, and resting in the day, being destitute of wood, and therefore were forced to use for fewell the dung of horses & camels, which we bought deare of the pasturing people. Thus passing ten dayes journey the yere aforesayd,
Richard Hakluyt, The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques, and Discoveries of the English Nation, The fift voiage into Persia made by M. Thomas Banister, and master Geofrey Ducket, Agents for the Moscovie companie, begun from England in the yeere 1568. and continuing to the yeere 1574. following. Written by P. I. from the mouth of M. Lionel Plumtree. (search)
so holie a use. After sixe moneths spent in Casbin the sayde Thomas Banister departed towards the great citie of Tauris , where being arrived, he found M. Ducket well recovered of his sicknesse, whom he had left ill at Ardouil. At this untrey, he bought great store of gals which grow in great abundance at a place within one dayes journey of the aforesayd Tauris . After this Thomas Banister departed from Tauris , and went to Shamaky to give order .for the transporting of thoseTauris , and went to Shamaky to give order .for the transporting of those commodities which were bought for England. And having dispatched them away, he went there hence to Arrash, a towne foure dayes journey with camels from Shamaky for the buying of rawe silke. But there by reason of the unwholesomnesse of the aire, anith Lawrence Chapman and some other English men unhappily died: which being knowen of M. Ducket, he immediatly came from Tauris to Arrash, to take possession of the goods, for otherwise by the custome of the countrey, if there had bene no merchant