Kitchin's general atlas, describing the whole universe : Being a complete collection of the most approved maps extant; corrected with the greatest care, and augmented from the last edition of D'Anville and Robert, with many improvements by other eminent geographers, engraved on sixty-two plates, comprising thirty seven maps. Containing, 1. 2. A general map of the world, in two hemispheres, with the tracks and all new discoveries of Capt. James Cook, and other circumnavigators; with marginal delineations of the most interesting particulars in the solar, starry, and mundane system. 3. 4. Europe divided into its kingdoms, states, republics, &c. with descriptive tables, and many additions and improvements. 5. 6. England and Wales, drawn from the most accurate surveys. 7. 8. Scotland, or North Britain, compiled from the best surveys, and regulated by the latest observations. 9. 10. Ireland, with all its divisions, post roads and canals. 11. The Netherlands, or ten provinces. 12. The seven United provinces, with the canals and great roads. 13.
Printed and published by Robert Laurie and James Whittle, No. 53, Fleet Street, (Successors to the late Mr. Robert Sayer.)
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|Item Description:||English Short Title Catalog, T205458. - Price on title page: Just published, a new universal atlas, engraved on 100 plates, comprising 66maps; being the completest atlas extant. Price Six Guineas, neatly bound in calf. N.B. D'Anville's ancient geography, improved with the modern names under the ancient, may be had as companion to the above atlases, price 1l. 1s. Half bound. - Reproduction of original from Cambridge University Library|
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