Atlas Geographus: Or, a Compleat System of Geography, Ancient and Modern. Containing What is of Most use in Bleau, Verenius, Cellarius, (Hardcover)
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Vols. 1, 2 are dated 1711, vol.3 1712, vol.4 1714, and vol.5 1717. Vols. 1, 2 have continuous pagination. With a final leaf in vol.2 indexing the maps of vols. 1, 2, and with 2 final leaves in vol.5 indexing the maps of all vols. With an engraved front
London]: In the Savoy: printed by John Nutt; and sold by Benjamin Barker and Charles King; Benjamin Tooke; William Taylor; Henry Clements; Richard Parker and Ralph Smith; and John Morphew, 1711-17. 5v., plates: maps; 4.