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Geography and Travel. 1059: R. Turner, A New and Easy Introduction to Universal Geography

Author: Turner, R.
Title: A new and easy introduction to universal geography in a series of letters to a youth at school describing the figure, motions and dimensions of the Earth; the different seasons of the year, the situation and extent of the several empires, kingdoms, states and provinces; their government, customs, religions, manners and the characters of the reigning sovereigns. The twelfth edition. Improved and considerably enlarged by Rev. R. Turner, Jun., Ll.D. To which is added a large map of the world on which are delineated the different tracks of Captain Cook's ship in his three voyages round the world. Also a plate of the terrestrial globe and a plate of a new and curious geographical clock. Illustrated with copper plates and a new set of maps
Cat. Number: 1059
Date: 1805
1st Edition:
Pub. Place: London
Publisher: J. Johnson
Price: Unknown
Pages: 1 vol., 286pp.
Size: 14 x 9 cm

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