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Paris (France) (search for this): narrative 102
n, to goe often unto the hote houses, as in a maner every man hath one of his owne, which hee heateth commonly twise every weeke, and all the housholde sweate, and wash themselves therein. The names of certaine sortes of drinkes used in Russia , and commonly drunke in the Emperours Court.THE first and principall meade is made of the juice or liccour taken from a berrie called in Russia , Malieno, which is of a marvellous sweete taste, and of a carmosant colour, which berry I have seene in Paris . The second meade is called Visnova, because it is made of a berry so called, and is like a black gooseberrie: but it is like in colour and taste to the red wine of France. The third meade is called Amarodina or Smorodina, short, of a small berry much like to the small rezin, and groweth in great plentie in Russia . The fourth meade is called Cherevnikyna, which is made of the wilde blacke cherry. The fift meade is made of hony and water, with other mixtures. There is also
Moscow (Russia) (search for this): narrative 102
s men. THE Metropolitane is next unto God, our Lady and S. Nicholas excepted: for the Emperors majesty judgeth & affirmeth him to be of higher dignitie then himselfe; for that, saith he, he is Gods spiritual officer, and I the Emperour am his temporall officer, and therefore his majestie submitteth himselfe unto him in many things concerning religious matters, as in leading the Metropolitans horse upon Palme sunday, and giving him leave to sitte on a chaire upon the 12. day, when the river Mosco was in blessing, his majestie standing on the yce. All matters of religion are reformed by the Metropolitane, he heareth the causes and giveth sentence as himselfe listeth, and is authorized so to doe, whether it be to whip, hang or burne, his will must needs be fulfilled. They have both monks, friers and nunnes, with a great number of great & rich monasteries: they keepe great hospitalitie, and doe relieve much poore people day by day. I have bene in one of the monasteries called Tr
Sweden (Sweden) (search for this): narrative 102
her called Emperours nor kings but only Ruese Velike, that is to say, great Duke. And as this Emperor which now is Ivan Vasilivich, doeth exceede his predecessors in name, that is, from a Duke to an Emperour, even so much by report he doeth exceede them in stoutnesse of courage and valiantnesse, and a great deale more: for he is no more afraid of his enemies which are not few, then the Hobbie of the larks. His enemies with whom he hath warres for the most part are these: Litto, Poland , Sweden , Denmarke, Lifland, the Crimmes, Nagaians, and the whole nation of the Tartarians, which are a stoute and a hardie people as any under the Sunne. This Emperour useth great familiaritie, as wel unto all his nobles and subjects, as also unto strangers which serve him either in his warres, or in occupations: for his pleasure is that they shall dine oftentimes in the yeere in his presence, and besides that he is oftentimes abroad, either at one Church or another, and walking with his noble m
Russe (Bulgaria) (search for this): narrative 102
e and knocke their heads, as I have before said, that some will have knobbes upon their foreheads with knocking, as great as egges. All their service is in the Russe tongue, and they and the common people have no other praiers but this, Ghospodi Jesus Christos esine voze ponuloi nashe. That is to say, O Lorde Jesus Christ, sonand bow to the images, and so they make an end: then one of the Godfathers must hang a crosse about the necke of the childe, which we must alwayes weare, for that Russe which hath not a crosse about his necke they esteeme as no Christian man, and thereupon they say that we are no Christians, because we do not weare crosses as theherry. The fift meade is made of hony and water, with other mixtures. There is also a delicate drinke drawn from the root of the birch tree, called in the Russe tongue Berozevites, which drinke the noble men and others use in Aprill, May, and June, which are the three moneths of the spring time: for after those moneths, t
Poland (Poland) (search for this): narrative 102
were neither called Emperours nor kings but only Ruese Velike, that is to say, great Duke. And as this Emperor which now is Ivan Vasilivich, doeth exceede his predecessors in name, that is, from a Duke to an Emperour, even so much by report he doeth exceede them in stoutnesse of courage and valiantnesse, and a great deale more: for he is no more afraid of his enemies which are not few, then the Hobbie of the larks. His enemies with whom he hath warres for the most part are these: Litto, Poland , Sweden , Denmarke, Lifland, the Crimmes, Nagaians, and the whole nation of the Tartarians, which are a stoute and a hardie people as any under the Sunne. This Emperour useth great familiaritie, as wel unto all his nobles and subjects, as also unto strangers which serve him either in his warres, or in occupations: for his pleasure is that they shall dine oftentimes in the yeere in his presence, and besides that he is oftentimes abroad, either at one Church or another, and walking with hi
Russia (Russia) (search for this): narrative 102
late dayes interpreted to be Emperour, so that now hee is called Emperour and great Duke of all Russia , &c. Before his father they were neither called Emperours nor kings but only Ruese Velike, thatt them 3. or 4. daies together. The same monkes are as great merchants as any in the land of Russia , and doe occupy buying and selling as much as any other men, and have boats which passe too andhousholde sweate, and wash themselves therein. The names of certaine sortes of drinkes used in Russia , and commonly drunke in the Emperours Court.THE first and principall meade is made of the juice or liccour taken from a berrie called in Russia , Malieno, which is of a marvellous sweete taste, and of a carmosant colour, which berry I have seene in Paris . The second meade is called Visnomorodina, short, of a small berry much like to the small rezin, and groweth in great plentie in Russia . The fourth meade is called Cherevnikyna, which is made of the wilde blacke cherry. The