The Traveller's Guide Against



The Traveller's Guide And, The Country's Safety
A Declaration of the Laws of England against highwaymen, or Robbers upon the Road;
What is necessary and requisite to be done by such Persons are robbed in order to the recovering of their Damages;
Against whom they are to bring their Action, and the manner how it ought to be brought.
Illustrated with variety of Law Cases, Historical Remarks, Customs, Usages, Antiquities and Authentick Authorities.

London: I.C. and T.S. sold by D. Brown J. Walthoe, 1692.

61/8 x 31/2 inches. 

[1 blank]+[4 pages of Intro ;'To the Reader']+[1page(verso blank) 'The Table' Contents. Possibly missing first page of Contents]+[127]+[5 pages of 'Cataloque of Books Sold by Langley Curtis']. Likely missing 1 front blank leaf and 1 rear blank leaf.

Good/Very Good. Leather binding worn with tears and chipping, text block shaken and loose but block and pages holding well, 17th/18th century ink notations to some pages and front cover.

Please view photos to better assess condition. Additional photos are available upon request.


| /