Indiculus universalis; or, The universe in epitome

Publication Date1679
RemainderWherein the names of almost all the works of nature, of all arts and sciences, with their most necessary terms, are in English, Latine & French, methodically and distinctly digested. Being of singular use to persons of al ages, who are desirous to attain to the knowledge of the said tongues. Composed at first in French and Latine, for the use of the Dolphin of France, by the learned F. Pomey. And now enlarged, with the addition of the English language, and some other supplements. By A. Lovell, M.A
Extent[24], 237, [3] p.
Publisherprinted by J. Macock for Robert Harford at the Angel in Cornhill near the Royal Exchange




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