A Direction for the English traviller : by which he shal be inabled to coast about all England and Wales. And also to know how farre any market or noteable towne in any shire lyeth one from an other, and whether the same be east, west, north or south from ye shire towne. As also the distance betweene London, and any other shire or great towne: with the scituation thereof east, west, north, or south from London. By the help also of this worke one may know (in what parish, village, or mansion house soeuer he be in) what shires he is to passe through & which way he is to trauell till he come to the journies end ...
- [London] : Are to be sold by Thomas Jenner at the South entrance of the Exchange, 1643.
- Physical description
-  leaves,  plates (4 folded) ; 14 cm.
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