[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 viw 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 particulat view of the Terrqueous globe, being a clear and pleasent prospect of all remarkable countries upon the face of the whole earth; shewing their situation, extent, division, sub-division, 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

by Pat. Gordon, M.A.F.R.S.]

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Main Author: Gordon, Patrick, active 1700.
Corporate Author: J. and P. Knapton (Bookseller)
Other Authors: Senex, John, -1740.
Associated Names: Midwinter, Daniel (Bookseller), Ward, Aaron (Bookseller)
Format: Book
Published: [London : Printed for D. Midwinter, A. Ward, J. and P. Knapton [and 8 others], M.DCC. XL. [1740]]
Edition:[16th ed., corr., and somewhat enl.; and a set of new maps / by Mr. Senex.].
Physical Description:[24], 160, 169-184, 177-432 p., plates : maps ; 20 cm (8vo)
Place of Publication:
England -- London.
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General note:Half-title: 'The geographical grammar.'.
Title page in red and black.
Citation / References note:ESTC, T113096
Immediate source of acquisition note:
Donation; Francis Wrangham; 1842.
Other copy-specific details note:
Copy note: Lacks all before p. 1 and all after. p. 41. - Caption title on p. 1: Modern geography.
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