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Context of Geography anatomiz'd : Or, The geographical grammar. Being a short and exact analysis of the whole body of modern geography, after a new and curious method. Comprehending I. A general view of the terraqueous globe. Being a compendious system of the true fundamentals of geography; digested into various definitions, problems, theorems, and paradoxes: with a transient survey of the surface of the earthly ball, as it consists of land and water. II. A particular view of the terraqueous globe. Being a clear and pleasant prospect of all remarkable countries upon the face of the whole earth; shewing their situation, extent, division, subdivision, cities, chief towns, name, air, soil, commodities, rarities, archbishopricks, bishopricks, universities, manners, languages, government, arms, religion. Collected from the best authors, and illustrated with divers maps. The eleventh edition, corrected, and somewhat enlarg'd. And a set of new maps. By Mr. Senex. By Pat. Gordon, M.A.F.R.S, (electronic resource)
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