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?t=t&id=465051 A new systeme of geography : designed in a most plain and easie method, for the better understanding of that science : accommodated with new mapps of all the countries, regions, empires, monarchies, kingdoms, principalities, dukedoms, marquesates, dominio
Depicts : 1690
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Depicts Year: 1690

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Biblio Record : 48169910
Cartographer : Seller, John
Catnyp : b7146120
Class : Map Div. 97-6069[LHS 346; atlas cases]
Collection : Early Middle Atlantic Maps
Date Published : 1690
Main Title : A new systeme of geography : designed in a most plain and easie method, for the better understanding of that science : accommodated with new mapps of all the countries, regions, empires, monarchies, kingdoms, principalities, dukedoms, marquesates, dominions, estates, republiques, soveraignties, governments, seignories, provinces, and countries in the whole world : with geographical tables, explaining the divisions in each map / by John Seller, hydrographer to the King and Queen.
Map Scale : Scales differ.
Note : Added engraved t.p.
Note : Includes a volvelle, titled "An instrument for finding the hour of the day ...," on plate following p. 14.
Note : Lawrence H. Slaughter Collection ; 346.
Note : National Endowment for the Humanities Grant for Access to Early Maps of the Middle Atlantic Seaboard.
Note : NYPL copy includes autographs. On free endpaper: Dan Vawdey, Junr. On t.p.: Amey Tofts book, 1720.
Note : Pages 31-32 skipped in pagination.
Note : Relief shown pictorially.
Physical Desc : 1 atlas ([4], 112 [i.e. 110] p., [102] leaves of plates) : ill., 36 maps (most hand col.) ; 15 cm.
Place Of Publication : [London]
Publisher : And are sold by John Seller, senior, at the Hermitage in Wapping
Publisher : Seller, John, --cjunior
Scale Category : a
Scale Type : 0
Subject : Atlases, British --vEarly works to 1800
Subject : Geography --vEarly works to 1800
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