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Context of A journey to Jerusalem, : containing the travels of fourteen Englishmen in 1667, to the Holy Land, and other memorable places noted in Scripture. : To which is prefixed, memorable remarks upon the ancient and modern state of the Jewish nation. : Together with a relation of the great council of the Jews in the plains of Hungary, in 1650, to examine the Scriptures concerning Christ. --By Samuel Beert [i.e., Brett], an English gentleman there present. : With an account of the wonderful delusion of the Jews by a false Messiah at Smyrna, 1666.
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