The Factor’s garland : in [four] parts. I. The factor’s voyage to Turkey where he […] a dead Christian lying on the ground and gave six pounds to have him buried. II. How it was his fortune to go afterwards [farther] into the country which was govern’d by his [master] who was a prince; and how by a […] of his flowering (which his factor wore […]) came to hear of his daughter. III. How as he was carrying her over to her father’s country, the captain of the ship threw him [over] board. IV. By which miraculous means he was saved […] was conducted to the prince’s palace, where he was received with great joy, etc.

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