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4. The life and extraordinary history of the Chevalier John Taylor. [electronic resource] : Member of the most celebrated academies, Universities, and Societies of the Learned-Chevalier in several of the first Courts in the World-Illustrious (by Patent) in the Apartments of many of the greatest Princes-Ophthalmiate-Pontifical, Imperial and Royal-to His late Majesty-to the Pontifical Court-to the Person of Her Imperial Majesty-to the Kings of Poland, Denmark, Sweden, &c. - to the several Electors of the Holy Empire-to the Royal Infant Duke of Parma-to the Prince of Saxe-Gotha, Serenissime. Brother to her Royal Highness the Princess Dowager of Wales-to the Prince Royal of Poland-to the late Prince of Orange-to the present Princes of Bavaria, Modena, Lorrain, Brunswick, Anspack, Bareith, Leige, Salzbourg, Middlebourg, Hesse-Cassel, Holstein, Zerbst, Georgia, &c. - Citizen of Rome, by a public Act in the Name of the Senate and People-Fellow of that College of Physicians-Professor in Opticks-Doctor in Medicine and Doctor in Chirurgery in several Universities abroad. Who has been on his travels upwards of thirty years with little or no Interruption, during which, he has not only been several Times in every Town in these Kingdoms, but in every Kingdom, Province, State, and City of the least Consideration-in every Court-Presented to every Crowned Head and Sovereign Prince in all Europe, without Exception. Containing the greatest Variety of the most entertaining and interesting Adventures, that, 'tis presumed, has ever yet been published in any Country, or in any Language. Written from authentic materials, and published by his son, John Taylor Oculist. In two volumes [1761]

5. The life and extraordinary history of the Chevalier John Taylor [electronic resource] : Member of the mostcelebrated Academies, Universities, and Societies of the Learned---Chevalier in several of the first Courts in the World---Illustrious (by Patent) in the Apartments of many of the greatest Princes---Ophthalminter Pontifical, Imperial and Royal---to His late Majesty---to the Pontifical Court---to the Person of Her Imperial Majesty---to the Kings of Poland, Denmark, Sweden, &c. - --to the several Electors of the Holy Empire---to the Royal Infant Duke of Parma---to the Prince of Saxe-Gotha, Serenissime Brother to her Royal Highness the Princess Dowager of Wales---to the Prince Royal of Poland---to the late Prince of Orange---to the present Princes of Bavaria, Modena, Lorrain, Brunswick, Anspach, Bareith, Leige, Salsbourg, Middlebourg, Hesse-Cassel, Holstein, Zerbst, Georgia, &c. - --Citizen of Rome, by a public Act in the Name of the Senate and People---Fellow of that College of Physicians---Professor in Opticles-Doctor in Medicine and Doctor in Chirurgery in several Universities abroad. Who has been on his Travels upwards of thirty Years, with little or no Interruption, during which, he has not only been several Times in every Town in these Kingdoms, but in every Kingdom, Province, State, and City of the least Consideration---in every Court---presented to every Crowned Head and Sovereign Prince in all Europe, without Exception. Containing the greatest Variety of the most entertaining and interesting Adventures, that, 'tis presumed, has ever yet been published in any Country, or in any Language. Written from authentic materials, and published by his son, John Taylor, oculist. In two volumes [1761]

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