Alexander Dalrymple

Alexander Dalrymple FRS (24 July 1737 – 19 June 1808) was a Scottish geographer and the first Hydrographer of the British Admiralty. He was the main proponent of the theory that there existed a vast undiscovered continent in the South Pacific, Terra Australis Incognita. He produced thousands of nautical charts, mapping a remarkable number of seas and oceans for the first time, and contributing significantly to the safety of shipping. His theories prompted a number of expeditions in search of this mythical land, until James Cook's second journey (1772–1775) led to the conclusion that, if it did exist, it was further south than the 65° line of latitude South. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Dalrymple, Alexander
Published 1770
printed for the author; and sold by J. Nourse, bookseller in ordinary to His Majesty; T. Payne, at the Mews-gate; and P. Elmsley, opposite Southampton-street, Strand

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by Dalrymple, Alexander
Published 1771
printed for the author; and sold by J. Nourse, bookseller in ordinary to His Majesty; T. Payne, at the Mews-Gate; and P. Elmsly, opposite Southampton Street, Strand

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by Dalrymple, Alexander
Published 1786
printed by George Bigg

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by Dalrymple, Alexander
Published 1788
printed by George Bigg?

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by Dalrymple, Alexander
Published 1769
printed for Richardson and Urquhart, under the Royal Exchange

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by Dalrymple, Alexander
Published 1775
printed for the author, 1775. Sold by J. Nourse, Bookseller in Ordinary to His Majesty; P. Elmsly, Strand; Brotherton and Sewell, Cornhill; Jefferys and Faden, St. Martin's-Lane; and A. Dury, Duke's-Court

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by Dalrymple, Alexander
Published 1790
Printed for John Stockdale, opposite Burlington-House, Piccadilly