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Grenvilliana, Part II. When Marsden edited his Marco Polo, Grenville did not possess this edition.
The only known copy was in the Vienna Imperial Library, but was without the portrait. Grenville had made a transcript spoken of by Marsden, pp.
I know of no fourth copy. The copy at Vienna wants the portrait.
Spenceriana, vol. Cordier, Cent.
Illo quidem, qui descripsit, recitante ex prototypo, me vero hoc apographum inspectante. The thin rind between the bark and the interior wood is taken, and from it cards are formed like those of paper, all black.
Kublai, on hearing of this amazing wealth, desired to conquer the island, and sent two of his barons with a very large fleet containing warriors, both horsemen and on foot. One was named Abatan, the other Vonsanicin, both wise and valiant.
They sailed from Zai-tun If you put them on in the evening, they will preserve it the whole night, and will be found burning in the morning. Throughout the whole of Cathay this fuel is used.
They have also wood indeed ; but the stones are much less expensive. In Armenia he found petroleum, of which there was " a fountain whence rises oil in such abundance, that a hundred ships might be at once loaded with it. It is not good for eating, but very fit for fuel We know not if you gave them authority to speak as they have done ; but we send you the firm commandment and ordinance of God, which is, that if you wish to remain seated in your land and heritage, you, Pope, must come to us in your proper person, and do homage to him who holds just sway over the whole earth.