Maximilien Misson

Francis Maximilian Misson, originally François Maximilien Misson, (c.1650 – 12 January 1722) was a French writer and traveller. Born in Lyon, he fled France at the revocation of the Edict of Nantes in 1685 and settled in Britain. He travelled through Italy during 1687 and 1688, and in 1691 published the ''Nouveau voyage d'ltalie'', which was to be the standard travel guide to Italy for the following fifty years. In 1698 he published his second work ''Mémoires et observations faites par un voyageur en Angleterre'', and in 1708 his final book ''A new voyage to the East-Indies''. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Misson, Maximilien
Published 1707
chez Candide Ale'thin

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by Misson, Maximilien
Published 1795
Printed for G. Terry, No. 54, Pasternoster-Row. As there may be spurious or mutilated Editions Published under the above Title, the Public are requested to be particular in giving Orders for Terry's verbatim Edition

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by Misson, Maximilien
Published 1714
[printed for R. Bonwicke, Ja. Tonson, W. Freeman, Tim. Goodwin, J. Walthoe, [and 6 others in London]

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by Misson, Maximilien
Published 1707
printed for B. Bragg at the Black-Raven in Pater-Noster-Row

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by Misson, Maximilien
Published 1739
[printed [by C. Jephson] for J. and J. Bonwick, C. Rivington, S. Birt, T. Osborne, E. Comyns, [and 4 others in London]

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by Misson, Maximilien
Published 1708
chez Robert Roger, dans les Black-Fryars, [pres] Holland-Street

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by Misson, Maximilien
Published 1707
printed for B. Bragg at the Black-Raven in Pater-Noster Row