Cit., vol. ii. p. 335.
Footnote 405: See Hearne's Collections, vol. viii., being vol. I. of
publications of The Oxford Historical Society, pp. 118, 133, 201, for
the account of an assault by six highwaymen upon two gentlemen with
their servants on the way from Calais, in September 1723. Defoe wrote a
tract on the subject, and it was treated in Boyer's Political State,
and in other periodicals of the time.
Footnote 406: Letters from Italy, to which is annexed, An Admonition
to Gentlemen who pass the Alps, London, 1767, pp. 44, 65, 172, 306.
Footnote 407: Henry Fielding, The Journal of a Voyage to Lisbon.
Footnote 408: Tobias Smollett, Works, ed. 1887, p. 709.
Footnote 409: Roger Ascham, Works, ed. Giles, London, 1865, vol. i.
part ii. p. 253.
Footnote 410: All the Works of John Taylor the Water Poet, being
sixty-three in number, collected into one volume by the Author, London,
1630. See p. 76, Three Weekes, three Dayes, and three Houres
Observations from London to Hamburgh in Germanie ... dedicated to Sr.
Thomas Coriat, Great Brittaines Error, and the World's Mirror, Aug. 17,
Footnote 411: Coryal's Crudities, Glasgow, 1905, vol. i. pp. 216, 226,
255; vol. ii. pp. 57, 176.
Footnote 412: Hermannus Kirchnerus in Coryat's Crudities, vol. ii. p.
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