APA Citation

Turner, R. (1787). A new and easy introduction to universal geography: In a series of letters to a youth at school; describing the figure, motions, and dimension of the earth; the different seasons of the year; the situation and extent of the several empires, kingdoms, states, and provinces; their government, customs, religion, manners and characters of the reigning sovereign. By the Rev. R. Turner, Jun. LL.D. late of Magdalen Hall, Oxford; author of an introduction to the arts and sciences. Illustrated with copper-plates and a new set of pocket maps, drawn and engraved by the best artists, on purpose for the work (The fourth edition, considerably enlarged.). Dublin: Printed by P. Byrne, No. 108, Grafton-Street.

Chicago Style Citation

Turner, Richard. A New and Easy Introduction to Universal Geography: In a Series of Letters to a Youth At School; Describing the Figure, Motions, and Dimension of the Earth; the Different Seasons of the Year; the Situation and Extent of the Several Empires, Kingdoms, States, and Provinces; Their Government, Customs, Religion, Manners and Characters of the Reigning Sovereign. By the Rev. R. Turner, Jun. LL.D. Late of Magdalen Hall, Oxford; Author of an Introduction to the Arts and Sciences. Illustrated With Copper-plates and a New Set of Pocket Maps, Drawn and Engraved By the Best Artists, On Purpose for the Work. The fourth edition, considerably enlarged. Dublin: Printed by P. Byrne, No. 108, Grafton-Street, 1787.

MLA Citation

Turner, Richard. A New and Easy Introduction to Universal Geography: In a Series of Letters to a Youth At School; Describing the Figure, Motions, and Dimension of the Earth; the Different Seasons of the Year; the Situation and Extent of the Several Empires, Kingdoms, States, and Provinces; Their Government, Customs, Religion, Manners and Characters of the Reigning Sovereign. By the Rev. R. Turner, Jun. LL.D. Late of Magdalen Hall, Oxford; Author of an Introduction to the Arts and Sciences. Illustrated With Copper-plates and a New Set of Pocket Maps, Drawn and Engraved By the Best Artists, On Purpose for the Work. The fourth edition, considerably enlarged. Dublin: Printed by P. Byrne, No. 108, Grafton-Street, 1787.

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