2 edition of Travellers in eighteenth-century England found in the catalog.
Travellers in eighteenth-century England
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British Travellers in Europe in the Early Eighteenth Century For the wealthy and powerful, travel abroad in the first half of the eighteenth century was a means of education and of enjoyment. War and trade ensured that travel was open to large sections of the com munity, but the opinions of most soldiers and seamen are impossible to discover.
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London, J. Murray  (OCoLC) Material Type: Fiction: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Rosamond Bayne-Powell. Travel narratives became one of the most popular and respected European literary genres during the eighteenth century.
These narratives included descriptive accounts of the geography, monuments. Travel at night was dangerous. Without a widespread means of lighting roads or an organized police force, night travelers were at the mercy of highwaymen.
In cities, link boys were paid a half pence to carry a light in front of pedestrians, or for those on horseback and in carriages.
Seventeenth- and eighteenth-century Tourists risked seasickness, illness, and even shipwreck on this first leg of travel. Compulsory Stops Grand Tourists were primarily interested in visiting cities that were considered major centers of culture at the time, so Paris, Rome, and Venice were not to Author: Matt Rosenberg.
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