An universal atlas

Publication Date1790
Remainderconsisting of a complete set of maps, peculiarly adapted to illustrate and explain ancient and modern geography: In which The Ancient and Present Divisions, as also the Subdivisions, of Countries and Names of Places are at one View presented to the Eye, in a distinct and correct Manner, on opposite Pages; the different Parts of the Earth, as originally peopled by the Descendants of Noah, pointed out; and the Geography of the Old and New Testaments included. The whole calculated to facilitate the study of Geography; To make that Science more extensively known; and thereby to render History, both Ancient and Modern, more intelligible and useful. By T. Stackhouse, A.M
Publisherprinted for the proprietor, Mrs. Stackhouse; and sold by T. Longman, in Paternoster-Row; J. Sewell, Cornhill; J. Robson, New Bond Street; W. Jackson, No. 198, Oxford Street; L. Bull, Bath; and by the engraver S. J. Neele, No. 352, Strand


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