The young gentleman and lady's geography;
containing, an accurate description of the several parts of the known world; their situation, boundaries, chief towns, air, soil, manners, customs, and curiosities. Compiled from the writings of the most eminent authors, with particular attention to the modern state of every nation. To which is prefixed, an introduction to geography; wherein the terms made use of in that science, and the method of speedily acquiring a thorough knowledge of maps, are explained in so concise a manner, as to render the whole perfectly easy to be attained without the assistance of a teacher. Also, an astronomical account of the motion and figure of the earth, the vicissitudes of night and day, and the four seasons of the year. ...
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Dublin : Printed for J. Hoey, sen. S. Cotter, W. Sleater, J. Hoey, jun. and J. Williams, 1766.
Sometimes attributed to Mr. Demarville.
Physical description: , xxi, ,253,  p., plates : maps ;12mo.
Citations/References: ESTC T119093
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