Great Britain's coasting-pilot. :
The first part. Being a new and exact survey of the sea-coast of England, from the River of Thames to the westward, with the islands of Scilly, and from thence to Carlile. Describing all the harbours, rivers, bays, roads, rocks, sands, buoys, beacons, sea-marks, depths of water, latitude, bearings and distances from place to place, the setting and flowing of tydes, with directions for the knowing of any place; and how to harbour a ship in the same with safety. With directions for coming into the channel between England and France. By Captain Greenvile Collins Hydrographer in Ordinary to the King and Queens most excellent Majesties.
|Main Creator:||Collins, Greenville, fl. 1679-1693.|
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London : printed by Freeman Collins, and are to be sold by Richard Mount bookseller, at the Postern on Tower-Hill, 1693.
Title pages printed in red and black.
With additional engraved title page (plate).
"Great Britain's coasting-pilot. The second part. Being a new and exact survey of the sea-coast of England and Scotland, from the river of Thames to the northwards, with the islands of Orkney and Shetland:" has separate dated title page, pagination and register.
Physical description: , 22, , 28 p., , plate 4, , 8-9, plate 12, 14-20, , 24-25, , 28-33, , 2, 2-3, B-C, E-I, L-T, V-W leaves of plates : ill., maps ; fol.
Citations/References: Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), C5358
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