A New and Easy Introduction to the Study of Geography

A New and Easy Introduction to the Study of Geography

By Way of Question and Answer. Principally Designed for the Use of Schools. In Two Parts. Containing, I. An Explication of the Sphere; or of All Such Terms as Are Any Ways Requisite for the Right Understanding of the Terraqueous Globe. II. A General Description of All the Most Remarkable Countries Throughout the World: Of Their Respective Situations, Extents, Divisions, Cities, Rivers, Soils, Commodities, Curiosities, Archbishopricks, Bishopricks, Universities, Customs, Forms of Government, and Religion, &c. To Which IS Added, A Complete Set Of Maps, By J. Cowley, Geographer to His Majesty. Likewise A Compendious Dictionary of the Most Common Names of Ancient Geography, Explained by Those Which They Now Bear: As Also, An Alphabetical Index of the Principal Places That Are Mentioned Throughout the Work. Written Originally in High Dutch by the Late Celebrated Mr. Hubner, and Now Faithfully Translated, With Additions and Improvements

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Publisher: London : printed for J. Buckland; C. Bathurst; J. Rivington and Sons; G. Keith; T. Longman; S. Crowder; B. Law; R. Hosfield; J. Johnson; Richardson and Richardson; J. Wallis; and R. Baldwin, 1777.
Edition: The seventh edition. Carefully revised and corrected
Characteristics: vii,[1],270,[22]p.,plates : maps ; 12⁰


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