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  • Scott, J.M.
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Newport, Mon : Printed by W. Christophers for J.M Scott, 1847.
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  • Bradney, Joseph Alfred, Sir, 1859-1933.
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Cardiff/Aberystwyth : South Wales Record Society/National Library of Wales, 1993.
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By the King's royal license and authority. A new royal authentic and complete system of universal geography antient and modern: including all the late important discoveries made by the English, and other celebrated navigators of various nations, in the different hemispheres: and containing a complete genuine history and description of the whole world, ... throughout Europe, Asia, Africa and America: their respective situtations, ... With an account of the religion, laws, customs, ... their arts, science, manufactures, ... Also exact descriptions of the various kinds of beasts, birds, ... Likewise the essence of the voyages of the most enterprising navigators of different nations and countries, from the celebrated Columbus, the first discoverer of America, to the death of our no less celebrated countryman Captain Cook, &c.&c. Together with a concise history of every empire, kingdom and state. Including an account of the most remarkable discoveries, ... The whole forming an authentic and entertaining account of every thing worthy of notice ... with a great variety of curious Articles, communicated by gentlemen who have travelled in various parts, and by captains of ships, &c. none of which every appeared in print before. To which is added geography, astronomy, the use of the globes, maps, &c. With an account of the rise progress, and present state of navigation throughout the known world. By the Reverend Thomas Bankes, Vicar of Dixton in Monmouthshire, and author of the Christian's family Bible. Edward Warren Blake. Esq. and Alexander Cook, A.M. Teacher of Geography, Astronomy, and Navigation. Enriched with upwards of one hundred beautiful engravings, consisting of views, whole-sheet maps, plans, charts, antiquities, quadrupeds, birds, fishes, reptiles, vegetables, men, manners, customs, ceremonies, &c. the whole executed in a superior stile, by the first artists in the kingdom
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By the King's royal license and authority. A new royal authentic and complete system of universal geography antient and modern: Including all the late important discoveries made by the English, and other celebrated navigators of various nations, in the different hemispheres, and containing a complete genuine history and description of the whole world, ... throughout Europe, Asia, Africa and America: together with their respective situations, extent, ... With an account of the religion, laws, ... Also exact descriptions of the various kinds of beasts, birds, ... including every thing curious, as related by the most eminent travellers and navigators, from the earliest accounts to the present time. Likewise the essence of the voyages-of the most enterprising navigators of different nations and countries, from the celebrated Columbus, ...Together with a concise history of every empire, kingdom and state. Including an account of the most remarkable discoveries, ... The whole forming an authentic and entertaining account of every thing worthy of notice throughout the whole face of nature, ... With a great variety of curious articles, communicated by gentlemen who have travalled in various parts, ... To which is added, A complete guide to geography, ... Published by the royal licence and authority of His Britannic Majesty King George III. And containing every important, .. discovery throughout the whole of Captain Cook's voyages round the world. Together with those of all other modern at well as antient circumnavigators round the globe, ... By the Reverend Thomas Bankes, Vicar of Dixton in Monmouthshire, and author of the Christian family Bible. Edward Warren Blake, Esq. and [blank] Alexander Cook, A.M. Teacher of Geography, Astronomy, and Navigation. Enriched with upwards of one hundred and fifty beautiful engravings, ... The whole executed in a superior stile, by the first artists in the kingdom
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A new and authentic system of universal geography, antient and modern : All the late important discoveries made by the English, and other celebrated navigator of various nations, in the different hemispheres, from the celebrated Columbus, the first discoverer of America, to the death of our no less celebrated contryman Captain Cook, &c. and containing a genuine history and description whole world, as consisting of empires, kingdoms, states, republics, provinces, continents, Islands, oceans, &c. with the various countries, cities, towns, promotories, capes, bays, peninsulas, isthmusses, gulphs, rivers, harbours, lakes, mountains, volcanos, deserts, &c. Europe Asia, Africa, and America: together with their respective situations, extent, latitude, longitude, boundaries, climate, soil, natural and artificial curiosities, mines, metals, minerals, trees, shrubs, fruits, flowers, herbs, and vegetable productions. With an account of the religion, laws, customs, manners, genius, habits amusements, and ceremonies of the respective inhabitants: their arts, sciences, manufactures, trade, commerce, military and civil governments, &c. also exact descriptions of the various kinds of beasts, birds, fishes, amphibious creatures, reptiles, infects, &c. together with a complete history of every empire, kingdom, and state. Also an account of the most remarkable battles, sieges, sea-fights, and various revolutions that have taken place in different parts of the world. The whole forming an authentic and entertaining account every thing worthy of notice throughout the whole face of nature, both by land and water. In which is introduced, to illustrate the work, a considerable number of the most accurate whole sheet maps, forming a complete atlas. To which is added a complete guide to geography, astronomy the use of the globes, maps, &c. with an account of the rise, progress, and present state, of navigation, throughout the known world. Likewise containing every important, interesting, and valuable discovery throughout the whole of Captain Cook's voyages round the world. Together with those of the modern circumnavigators, particularly byron, carteret, wallis, clerke, gore, King, forrest, and Wilson. Also containing a particular account of the Pelew Islands. And the latest accounts of the English colony of botany bay: with a particular description of Port Jackson, Norfolk Island, &c. where the convicts are now settled. The whole forming a complete collection of voyages and travels. By the Rev. Thomas Bankes, vicar of dixton, in monmouthshire and author of the christian's family Bible. Edward Warren Blake, Esq. Alexander Cook, Esq. and Thomas Lloyd. Embellished with near two hundred beautiful engravings, consisting, of views, antiquities, customs, ceremonies, &c. together with whole sheet maps, plans, charts, &c. executed in a much superior stile than any work of the like kind that has ever appeared in this kingdom.
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  • Bankes, Thomas, b. 1744.
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London : Printed for C. Cooke, No. 17, Pater-Noster-Row, and sold by the booksellers of Bath, Bristol, Birmingham, Canterbury, Cambridge, Coventry, Chester, Derby, Exeter, Gloucester, Hereford, Hull, Ipswich, Leeds, Liverpool, Leicester, Manchester, Newcastle, Norwich, Nottingham, Northampton, Oxford, Reading, Salisbury, Sherborn, Shefield, Shrewsbury, Worcester, Winchester, York: and by all other booksellers in England, Scotland, and Ireland., [1788]
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A modern, authentic and com[plete] system of universal geography. : Including all the late important discoveries made by the English, and other celebrated. Navigators of various nations, in the different hemispheres; and containing a genuine history and description of the whole world, as consisting of empires, kingdoms, states, republics, provinces, continents, islands, oceans, &c. With the various countries, cities, towns, promontories, capes, bays, peninsulas, isthmusses, gulphs, rivers, harbours, lakes, mountains, volcanos, deserts, &c. Thoughout Europe, Asia, Africa, and America: together with their respective situations, extent, latitude, longitude, boundaries, climates, soil, natural and artificial curiosities, mines, metals, minerals, trees, shrubs, fruits, flowers, herbs, and other vegetable productions. With an account of the religion, laws, customs, manners, genius, habits, amusements, and ceremonies of the respective inhabitants their arts, sciences, manufactures, trade, commerce, military and civil governments, &c. also exact descriptions of the various kinds of beasts, birds, fishes, amphibious creatures, reptiles, insects, &c. together with a complete history of every empire, kingdom, and state, also an account of the most remarkable battles, sieges, sea-fights, and various revolutions that have taken place in different parts of the world. The whole forming an authentic and entertaining account of every thing worthy of notice throughout the whole face of nature, both by land and water. In which is introduced, to illustrate the work, a considerable number of the most accurate whole sheet maps, forming a complete atlas. To which is added complete guide to geography, astronomy, the use of the globes, maps, &c. with an account of the rise, progress, and present state of navigation throughout the known world. Likewise containing every important, interesting, and valuable discovery throughout the whole of Cook's voyages. Together with all the discoveries made by other mariners since the time of that celebrated circumnavigator. Also, a particular description of the improved state of the new colony formed at Port Jackson and Norfolk Island, where the convicts are now settled. Including a particular account of the excursions and discoveries made in the interior parts of New Holland. The whole forming a complete collection of voyages and travels. By the Rev. Thomas Bankes, vicar of Dixton, in Monmouthshire, and author of the Christian's family Bible. Embellished with near two hundred beautiful engravings, consisting of views, antiquities, customs, ceremonies, besides whole sheet maps, plans, charts, &c. executed in a much superior stile than any thing that has ever appeared in this kingdom.
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  • Bankes, Thomas, b. 1744.
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London : Printed for C. Cooke, No. 17, Pater-Noster-Row; and sold by the book-sellers of Bath, Bristol, Birmingham, Canterbury, Cambridge, Coventry, Chester, Derby, Exeter, Gloucester, Hereford, Hull, Ipswich, Leeds, Liverpool, Leicester, Manchester, Newcastle, Norwich, Nottingham, Northampton, Oxford, Reading, Salisbury, Sherborn, Sheffield, Shrewsbury, ..., Winchester, York; and ... booksellers in En[gland,] Sco[tland] .., [1790?]
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A new, royal, and complete system of universal geography, antient and modern; Including All the late important Discoveries made by the English, and other celebrated Navigators of various Nations, in the different Hemispheres, From The Celebrated Columbus, the First Discoverer of America, to the Death of our no less celebrated Countryman Captain Cook, &c. And containing a genuine history and description of the whole world, AS Consisting Of Empires, Kingdoms, States, Republics, Provinces, Continents, Islands, Oceans, &c. With The Various Countries, Cities, Towns, Promontories, Capes, Bays, Peninsulas, Isthmusses, Gulphs, Rivers, Harbours, Lakes, Mountains, Volcanos, Deserts, &c. Throughout Europe, Asia, Africa, And America: Together With Their respective Situations, Extent, Latitude, Longitude, Boundaries, Climates, Soil, natural and artificial Curiosities, Mines, Metals, Minerals, Trees, Shrubs, Fruits, Flowers, Herbs and vegetable Productions. With an Account of the Religion, Laws, Customs, Manners, Genius, Habits, Amusements, and Ceremonies of the respective Inhabitants: Their Arts, Sciences, Manufactures, Trade, Commerce, Military and Civil Governments, &c. Also exact Descriptions of The various Kinds of Beasts, Birds, Fishes, amphibious Creatures, Reptiles, Insects, &c: Together With A Complete History of every Empire, Kingdom, and State. Also An Account of the most remarkable Battles, Sieges, Sea-Fights, and various. Revolutions that have taken Place in different Parts of the World. The Whole Forming AN Authentic And Entertaining Account Of Every Thing Worthy Of Notice Throughout The Whole Face Of Nature, Both by Land And Water. To which is added, A complete Guide to Geography, Astronomy, the Use of the Globes, Maps, &c. With AN Account Of the Rise, Progress, and present State of Navigation throughout the Known World. Likewise containing every important, interesting, and valuable Discovery throughout the Whole of Captain Cook's Voyages Round the World. Together with those of other Modern Circumnavigators, particularly Byron, Carteret, Wallis, Clerke, Gore, King, Forrest, and Willson. Also containing a particular Account of the Pelew Islands, &c. By the Rev. Thomas Bankes, Vicar of Dixton, in Monmouthshire, And Author of the Christian's Family Bible. Edward Warren Blake, Esq. Alexander Cook, Esq. and Thomas Lloyd. Embellished with near tw hundred beautiful engravings, consisting of Views, Antiquities, Birds, Fishes, Reptiles, Customs, Ceremonies, besides Whole Sheet Maps, Plans, Charts, &c. executed in a much superior Stile than any Thing that has ever appeared in this Kingdom
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London : printed for C. Cooke , NO. 17, Pater-Noster-Row ; and sold by the booksellers of Bath, Bristol, Birmingham, Canterbury, Cambridge, Coventry, Chester, Derby, Exeter, Gloucester, Hereford, Ipswich, Liverpool, Leicester, Manchester, Newcastle, Norwich, Nottingham, Oxford, Salisbury, Worcester, York; and by all other booksellers in England, Scotland, and Ireland, [1790?]
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A modern, authentic and com[plete] system of universal geography. : Including all the late important discoveries made by the English, and other celebrated. Navigators of various nations, in the different hemispheres; and containing a genuine history and description of the whole world, as consisting of empires, kingdoms, states, republics, provinces, continents, islands, oceans, &c. With the various countries, cities, towns, promontories, capes, bays, peninsulas, isthmusses, gulphs, rivers, harbours, lakes, mountains, volcanos, deserts, &c. Thoughout Europe, Asia, Africa, and America: together with their respective situations, extent, latitude, longitude, boundaries, climates, soil, natural and artificial curiosities, mines, metals, minerals, trees, shrubs, fruits, flowers, herbs, and other vegetable productions. With an account of the religion, laws, customs, manners, genius, habits, amusements, and ceremonies of the respective inhabitants their arts, sciences, manufactures, trade, commerce, military and civil governments, &c. also exact descriptions of the various kinds of beasts, birds, fishes, amphibious creatures, reptiles, insects, &c. together with a complete history of every empire, kingdom, and state, also an account of the most remarkable battles, sieges, sea-fights, and various revolutions that have taken place in different parts of the world. The whole forming an authentic and entertaining account of every thing worthy of notice throughout the whole face of nature, both by land and water. In which is introduced, to illustrate the work, a considerable number of the most accurate whole sheet maps, forming a complete atlas. To which is added complete guide to geography, astronomy, the use of the globes, maps, &c. with an account of the rise, progress, and present state of navigation throughout the known world. Likewise containing every important, interesting, and valuable discovery throughout the whole of Cook's voyages. Together with all the discoveries made by other mariners since the time of that celebrated circumnavigator. Also, a particular description of the improved state of the new colony formed at Port Jackson and Norfolk Island, where the convicts are now settled. Including a particular account of the excursions and discoveries made in the interior parts of New Holland. The whole forming a complete collection of voyages and travels. By the Rev. Thomas Bankes, vicar of Dixton, in Monmouthshire, and author of the Christian's family Bible. Embellished with near two hundred beautiful engravings, consisting of views, antiquities, customs, ceremonies, besides whole sheet maps, plans, charts, &c. executed in a much superior stile than any thing that has ever appeared in this kingdom.
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  • Bankes, Thomas, 1744-
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London : Printed for C. Cooke, No. 17, Pater-Noster-Row; and sold by the book-sellers of Bath, Bristol, Birmingham, Canterbury, Cambridge, Coventry, Chester, Derby, Exeter, Gloucester, Hereford, Hull, Ipswich, Leeds, Liverpool, Leicester, Manchester, Newcastle, Norwich, Nottingham, Northampton, Oxford, Reading, Salisbury, Sherborn, Sheffield, Shrewsbury, ..., Winchester, York; and ... booksellers in En[gland,] Sco[tland] .., [1790?]
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A new and authentic system of universal geography, antient and modern : All the late important discoveries made by the English, and other celebrated navigator of various nations, in the different hemispheres, from the celebrated Columbus, the first discoverer of America, to the death of our no less celebrated contryman Captain Cook, &c. and containing a genuine history and description whole world, as consisting of empires, kingdoms, states, republics, provinces, continents, Islands, oceans, &c. with the various countries, cities, towns, promotories, capes, bays, peninsulas, isthmusses, gulphs, rivers, harbours, lakes, mountains, volcanos, deserts, &c. Europe Asia, Africa, and America: together with their respective situations, extent, latitude, longitude, boundaries, climate, soil, natural and artificial curiosities, mines, metals, minerals, trees, shrubs, fruits, flowers, herbs, and vegetable productions. With an account of the religion, laws, customs, manners, genius, habits amusements, and ceremonies of the respective inhabitants: their arts, sciences, manufactures, trade, commerce, military and civil governments, &c. also exact descriptions of the various kinds of beasts, birds, fishes, amphibious creatures, reptiles, infects, &c. together with a complete history of every empire, kingdom, and state. Also an account of the most remarkable battles, sieges, sea-fights, and various revolutions that have taken place in different parts of the world. The whole forming an authentic and entertaining account every thing worthy of notice throughout the whole face of nature, both by land and water. In which is introduced, to illustrate the work, a considerable number of the most accurate whole sheet maps, forming a complete atlas. To which is added a complete guide to geography, astronomy the use of the globes, maps, &c. with an account of the rise, progress, and present state, of navigation, throughout the known world. Likewise containing every important, interesting, and valuable discovery throughout the whole of Captain Cook's voyages round the world. Together with those of the modern circumnavigators, particularly byron, carteret, wallis, clerke, gore, King, forrest, and Wilson. Also containing a particular account of the Pelew Islands. And the latest accounts of the English colony of botany bay: with a particular description of Port Jackson, Norfolk Island, &c. where the convicts are now settled. The whole forming a complete collection of voyages and travels. By the Rev. Thomas Bankes, vicar of dixton, in monmouthshire and author of the christian's family Bible. Edward Warren Blake, Esq. Alexander Cook, Esq. and Thomas Lloyd. Embellished with near two hundred beautiful engravings, consisting, of views, antiquities, customs, ceremonies, &c. together with whole sheet maps, plans, charts, &c. executed in a much superior stile than any work of the like kind that has ever appeared in this kingdom.
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  • Bankes, Thomas, 1744-
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London : Printed for C. Cooke, No. 17, Pater-Noster-Row, and sold by the booksellers of Bath, Bristol, Birmingham, Canterbury, Cambridge, Coventry, Chester, Derby, Exeter, Gloucester, Hereford, Hull, Ipswich, Leeds, Liverpool, Leicester, Manchester, Newcastle, Norwich, Nottingham, Northampton, Oxford, Reading, Salisbury, Sherborn, Shefield, Shrewsbury, Worcester, Winchester, York: and by all other booksellers in England, Scotland, and Ireland., [1788]
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A new, royal, and complete system of universal geography, : antient and modern; Including All the late important Discoveries made by the English, and other celebrated Navigators of various Nations, in the different Hemispheres, From The Celebrated Columbus, the First Discoverer of America, to the Death of our no less celebrated Countryman Captain Cook, &c. And containing a genuine history and description of the whole world, AS Consisting Of Empires, Kingdoms, States, Republics, Provinces, Continents, Islands, Oceans, &c. With The Various Countries, Cities, Towns, Promontories, Capes, Bays, Peninsulas, Isthmusses, Gulphs, Rivers, Harbours, Lakes, Mountains, Volcanos, Deserts, &c. Throughout Europe, Asia, Africa, And America: Together With Their respective Situations, Extent, Latitude, Longitude, Boundaries, Climates, Soil, natural and artificial Curiosities, Mines, Metals, Minerals, Trees, Shrubs, Fruits, Flowers, Herbs and vegetable Productions. With an Account of the Religion, Laws, Customs, Manners, Genius, Habits, Amusements, and Ceremonies of the respective Inhabitants: Their Arts, Sciences, Manufactures, Trade, Commerce, Military and Civil Governments, &c. Also exact Descriptions of The various Kinds of Beasts, Birds, Fishes, amphibious Creatures, Reptiles, Insects, &c: Together With A Complete History of every Empire, Kingdom, and State. Also An Account of the most remarkable Battles, Sieges, Sea-Fights, and various. Revolutions that have taken Place in different Parts of the World. The Whole Forming AN Authentic And Entertaining Account Of Every Thing Worthy Of Notice Throughout The Whole Face Of Nature, Both by Land And Water. To which is added, A complete Guide to Geography, Astronomy, the Use of the Globes, Maps, &c. With AN Account Of the Rise, Progress, and present State of Navigation throughout the Known World. Likewise containing every important, interesting, and valuable Discovery throughout the Whole of Captain Cook's Voyages Round the World. Together with those of other Modern Circumnavigators, particularly Byron, Carteret, Wallis, Clerke, Gore, King, Forrest, and Willson. Also containing a particular Account of the Pelew Islands, &c. By the Rev. Thomas Bankes, Vicar of Dixton, in Monmouthshire, And Author of the Christian's Family Bible. Edward Warren Blake, Esq. Alexander Cook, Esq. and Thomas Lloyd. Embellished with near tw hundred beautiful engravings, consisting of Views, Antiquities, Birds, Fishes, Reptiles, Customs, Ceremonies, besides Whole Sheet Maps, Plans, Charts, &c. executed in a much superior Stile than any Thing that has ever appeared in this Kingdom.
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London : printed for C. Cooke , NO. 17, Pater-Noster-Row ; and sold by the booksellers of Bath, Bristol, Birmingham, Canterbury, Cambridge, Coventry, Chester, Derby, Exeter, Gloucester, Hereford, Ipswich, Liverpool, Leicester, Manchester, Newcastle, Norwich, Nottingham, Oxford, Salisbury, Worcester, York; and by all other booksellers in England, Scotland, and Ireland, [1790?]
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By the King's royal license and authority. A new royal authentic and complete system of universal geography antient and modern : including all the late important discoveries made by the English, and other celebrated navigators of various nations, in the different hemispheres: and containing a complete gentine history and description of the whole world as consisting of empires, kingdoms, states, republics, provinces, continents, islands, oceans, &c. various countries cuies, towns, promontoories, capes, bays, peninsulas, isthmusses, gulphs, rivers, harbours, lakes, aqueducts, mountains, volcanos, caverns, deserts, &c.&c. throughout Europe, Asia, Africa and America: their respective situtations, extent, latitude, longitude, boundaries, climates, soil, natural and artificial curiosities, mines, metals, mineral, trees, shrubs, the various kinds of fruits, flowers, herbs and vegetable productions. With an account of the religion, laws, customs, manners, genius, tempers, habits, amusements, and singular ceremonies of the respective inhabitants; their arts, science, manufactures, learning trade, commerce, military and civil governments; &c. Also exact descriptions of the various kinds of beasts, birds, fishes, amphibious creatures, reptiles, insects, &c. peculiar to each country; including every thing curious, as related by the most eminent travellers and navigators, from the earliest accounts to the present time. Likewise the essence of the voyages of the most enterprising navigators of different nations and countries, from the celebrated Columbus, the first discoverer of America, to the death of our no less celebrated countryman Captain Cook, &c.&c. Together with a concise history of every empire, kingdom and state. Including an account of the most remarkable discoveries, settlements, battles, sieges, see-sights, and various revolutions that have taken place in different parts of the world. The whole forming an authentic and entertaining account of every thing worthy of notice throughout the whole face of nature, both by land and water. With a great variety of curious Articles, communicated by gentlemen who have travelled in various parts, and by captains of ships, &c. none of which every appeared in print before. To which is added geography, astronomy, the use of the globes, maps, &c. With an account of the rise progress, and present state of navigation throughout the known world. By the Reverend Thomas Bankes, Vicar of Dixton in Monmouthshire, and author of the Christian's family Bible. Edward Warren Blake. Esq. and Alexander Cook, A.M. Teacher of Geography, Astronomy, and Navigation. Enriched with upwards of one hundred beautiful engravings, consisting of views, whole-sheet maps, plans, charts, antiquities, quadrupeds, birds, fishes, reptiles, vegetables, men, manners, customs, ceremonies, &c. the whole executed in a superior stile, by the first artists in the kingdom.
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By the King's royal license and authority. A new royal authentic and complete system of universal geography antient and modern : including all the late important discoveries made by the English, and other celebrated navigators of various nations, in the different hemispheres: and containing a complete gentine history and description of the whole world as consisting of empires, kingdoms, states, republics, provinces, continents, islands, oceans, &c. various countries cuies, towns, promontoories, capes, bays, peninsulas, isthmusses, gulphs, rivers, harbours, lakes, aqueducts, mountains, volcanos, caverns, deserts, &c.&c. throughout Europe, Asia, Africa and America: their respective situtations, extent, latitude, longitude, boundaries, climates, soil, natural and artificial curiosities, mines, metals, mineral, trees, shrubs, the various kinds of fruits, flowers, herbs and vegetable productions. With an account of the religion, laws, customs, manners, genius, tempers, habits, amusements, and singular ceremonies of the respective inhabitants; their arts, science, manufactures, learning trade, commerce, military and civil governments; &c. Also exact descriptions of the various kinds of beasts, birds, fishes, amphibious creatures, reptiles, insects, &c. peculiar to each country; including every thing curious, as related by the most eminent travellers and navigators, from the earliest accounts to the present time. Likewise the essence of the voyages of the most enterprising navigators of different nations and countries, from the celebrated Columbus, the first discoverer of America, to the death of our no less celebrated countryman Captain Cook, &c.&c. Together with a concise history of every empire, kingdom and state. Including an account of the most remarkable discoveries, settlements, battles, sieges, see-sights, and various revolutions that have taken place in different parts of the world. The whole forming an authentic and entertaining account of every thing worthy of notice throughout the whole face of nature, both by land and water. With a great variety of curious Articles, communicated by gentlemen who have travelled in various parts, and by captains of ships, &c. none of which every appeared in print before. To which is added geography, astronomy, the use of the globes, maps, &c. With an account of the rise progress, and present state of navigation throughout the known world. By the Reverend Thomas Bankes, Vicar of Dixton in Monmouthshire, and author of the Christian's family Bible. Edward Warren Blake. Esq. and Alexander Cook, A.M. Teacher of Geography, Astronomy, and Navigation. Enriched with upwards of one hundred beautiful engravings, consisting of views, whole-sheet maps, plans, charts, antiquities, quadrupeds, birds, fishes, reptiles, vegetables, men, manners, customs, ceremonies, &c. the whole executed in a superior stile, by the first artists in the kingdom.
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By the King's royal license and authority. : A new royal authentic and complete system of universal geography antient and modern: Including all the late important discoveries made by the English, and other celebrated navigators of various nations, in the different hemispheres, and containing a complete genuine history and description of the whole world, as consisting of empires, kingdoms, states, republics, provinces, continents, islands, oceans, &c. With the various countries, cities, towns, promontories, capes, bays, peninsulas, isthmusses, gulphs, rivers, harbours, lakes, aqueducts, mountains, volcanos, caverns, deserts, &c.&c. throughout Europe, Asia, Africa and America: together with their respective situatuions, extent, latitude, longitude, boundaries, climates, soil, natural and artificial curiosities, mines, metals, minerals, trees, shrubs, the various kinds of fruits, flowers, herbs and vegetable productions. With an account of the religion, laws, customs, manners, genius, tempers, habits, amusements, and singular ceremonies of the respective inhabitants: their arts, sciences, manufactures, learning, trade, commerce, govermnents, &c. Also exact descriptions of the various kinds of beasts, birds, fishes, amphibious creatures, reptiles, insects, &c. peculiar to each country; including every thing curious, as related by the most eminent travellers and navigators, from the earliest accounts to the present time. Likewise the essence of the voyages-of the most enterprising navigators of different nations and countries, from the celebrated Columbus, the first discoverer of America, to the death of our no less celebrated countryman Captain Cook, &c. &c. Together with a concise history of every empire, kingdom and state. Including an account of the most remarkable discoveries, settlements, battles, sieges, sea-fights, and various revolutions that have taken place in different parts of the world. The whole forming an authentic and entertaining account of every thing worthy of notice throughout the whole face of nature, both by land and water. With a great variety of curious articles, communicated by gentlemen who have travalled in various parts, and by captains of ships, &c. none of which ever appeared in print before. To which is added, A complete guide to geography, astronomy, the use of the globes, maps, &c. With an account of the rise, progress, and present state of navigation throughout the known world. Published by the royal licence and authority of His Britannic Majesty King George III. And containing every important, interesting, valuable and entertaining discovery throughout the whole of Captain Cook's voyages round the world. Together with those of all other modern at well as antient circumnavigators round the globe, particularly those of Byron, Mulgrave, King, Clerke, Gore, Carteret, Wallis, Bougainville, &c. (Performed by order of his Britannic Majesty) as well as all other modern navigations and travellers who have published their discoveries in the various language throughout the world. By the Reverend Thomas Bankes, Vicar of Dixton in Monmouthshire, and author of the Christian family Bible. Edward Warren Blake, Esq. and [blank] Alexander Cook, A.M. Teacher of Geography, Astronomy, and Navigation. Enriched with upwards of one hundred and fifty beautiful engravings, consisting of views, whole-sheet maps, plans, charts, antiquities, quadrupeds, birds, fishes, reptiles, vegetables, men, manners, customs, ceremonies, &c. The whole executed in a superior stile, by the first artists in the kingdom.
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By the King's royal license and authority. : A new royal authentic and complete system of universal geography antient and modern: Including all the late important discoveries made by the English, and other celebrated navigators of various nations, in the different hemispheres, and containing a complete genuine history and description of the whole world, as consisting of empires, kingdoms, states, republics, provinces, continents, islands, oceans, &c. With the various countries, cities, towns, promontories, capes, bays, peninsulas, isthmusses, gulphs, rivers, harbours, lakes, aqueducts, mountains, volcanos, caverns, deserts, &c.&c. throughout Europe, Asia, Africa and America: together with their respective situatuions, extent, latitude, longitude, boundaries, climates, soil, natural and artificial curiosities, mines, metals, minerals, trees, shrubs, the various kinds of fruits, flowers, herbs and vegetable productions. With an account of the religion, laws, customs, manners, genius, tempers, habits, amusements, and singular ceremonies of the respective inhabitants: their arts, sciences, manufactures, learning, trade, commerce, govermnents, &c. Also exact descriptions of the various kinds of beasts, birds, fishes, amphibious creatures, reptiles, insects, &c. peculiar to each country; including every thing curious, as related by the most eminent travellers and navigators, from the earliest accounts to the present time. Likewise the essence of the voyages-of the most enterprising navigators of different nations and countries, from the celebrated Columbus, the first discoverer of America, to the death of our no less celebrated countryman Captain Cook, &c. &c. Together with a concise history of every empire, kingdom and state. Including an account of the most remarkable discoveries, settlements, battles, sieges, sea-fights, and various revolutions that have taken place in different parts of the world. The whole forming an authentic and entertaining account of every thing worthy of notice throughout the whole face of nature, both by land and water. With a great variety of curious articles, communicated by gentlemen who have travalled in various parts, and by captains of ships, &c. none of which ever appeared in print before. To which is added, A complete guide to geography, astronomy, the use of the globes, maps, &c. With an account of the rise, progress, and present state of navigation throughout the known world. Published by the royal licence and authority of His Britannic Majesty King George III. And containing every important, interesting, valuable and entertaining discovery throughout the whole of Captain Cook's voyages round the world. Together with those of all other modern at well as antient circumnavigators round the globe, particularly those of Byron, Mulgrave, King, Clerke, Gore, Carteret, Wallis, Bougainville, &c. (Performed by order of his Britannic Majesty) as well as all other modern navigations and travellers who have published their discoveries in the various language throughout the world. By the Reverend Thomas Bankes, Vicar of Dixton in Monmouthshire, and author of the Christian family Bible. Edward Warren Blake, Esq. and [blank] Alexander Cook, A.M. Teacher of Geography, Astronomy, and Navigation. Enriched with upwards of one hundred and fifty beautiful engravings, consisting of views, whole-sheet maps, plans, charts, antiquities, quadrupeds, birds, fishes, reptiles, vegetables, men, manners, customs, ceremonies, &c. The whole executed in a superior stile, by the first artists in the kingdom.
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London : printed for C. Cooke, No. 17, Pater-Noster-Row, [1790?]
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  • Bradney, Joseph Alfred
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  • 0907158625
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Aberystwyth : Cardiff : National Library of Wales, South Wales Record Society, 1993
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  • Bradney, Joseph Alfred sir.
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Lond. 1904-32
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  • Browning, Lewis.
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Cowbridge ; Bridgend : printed by D.Brown for J.E.Owen, 1988.
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