The new atlas: or, travels and voyages in Europe, Asia, Africa and America

Publication Date1698
Remainderthro' the most renowned parts of the world, viz. from England to the Dardanelles, thence to Constantinople, Ægypt, Palestine, or the Holy Land, Syria, Mesopotamia, Chaldea, Persia, East-India, China, Tartary, Muscovy, and by Poland; the German Empire, Flanders and Holland, to Spain and the West-Indies; with a brief account of Æthiopia, and the pilgrimages to Mecha and Medina in Arabia, containing what is rare and worthy of remarks in those vast countries; relating to building, antiquities, religion, manners, customs, princes, courts, or affairs military and civil, or whatever else or any kind is worthy of note. Performed by an English gentleman, in nine years travel and voyages, more exact than ever
Extent[8], 236 p.
Publisherprinted for J. Cleave in Chancery-Lane near Serjeant's Inn, and A. Roper at the Black Boy in Fleet-street


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