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Context of A new system of geography : or, a general description of the world. Containing A Particular and Circumstantial Account of all the Countries, Kingdoms, and States of Europe, Asia, Africa, and America. Their Situation, Climate, Mountains, Seas, Rivers, Lakes, &c. The Religion, Manners, Customs, Manufactures, Trade, and Buildings of the Inhabitants. With The Birds, Beasts, Reptiles, Insects, the various Vegetables, and Minerals, found in different Regions. Embellished with a new and accurate set of maps, by the best Geographers; and great variety of copper-plates, containing Perspective Views of the Principal Cities, Structures, Ruins, &c. By D. Fenning, (author of the Royal English Dictionary, the Use of the Globes, the Young Algebraist's Companion, &c.) J. Collyer, (author of the Letters from Felicia to Charlotte; and Translator of the Messiah, from the German of Mr. Klopstock.) and others, (electronic resource)
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