Habit of a Noble Lady of Alexandria in 1581. Dame de Alexandrie.
A new Geographical Dictionary. Containing a full and accurate account of the several Parts of the known world, As it is divided into continents, islands, oceans, seas, rivers, lakes &c. the Situation, Extent, and Boundaries, of all the Empires, Kingdoms, States, Provinces, &c. in Europe, Asia, Africa and America. Their constitutions, revenues, forces, climate, soil, produce, manufactures, trade, commerce, cities, chief towns, universities, curious structures, ruins, antiquities, mountains, mines, animals, vegetables, minerals. Together with the Religion, Learning, Policy, Manners, and Customs, of the Inhabitants. To which is prefixed, an introductory dissertation, explaining the Figure and Motion of the Earth, the Use of the Globes, and Doctrine of the Sphere, in order to render the Science of Geography easy and intelligible to the meanest Capacity. Illustrated with a New and Accurate Set of Maps, of all the Parts of the Known World, making a complete Atlas; the Dresses of the Inhabitants; and a great variety of Plans and Perspective Views of the principal Cities, Towns, Harbours, Structures, Ruins, and other places of Antiquity. London: Printed for J. Coote, at the King’s Arms in Pater-noster Row. MDCCLIX.
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