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Thomas Salmon

The modern universal gazetteer; or, A general view of the several nations of the world. Absolutely necessary for rendering the public news, and other historical occurrences, intelligible and entertaining. Containing, I. An introduction to geography, with directions for the use of the terrestrial globes. II. The situation and extent of all the empires, kingdoms, states, provinces, and chief towns in Europe, Asia, Africa, and America. Also a description of the most considerable seas, lakes, rivers, and mountains, all ranged in alphabetical order. III. The produces, manufactures, trade, constitution, forces, revenues, and religion of the several countries. IV. The genealogies and families of the emperors, kings, and princes now reigning. V. A chronological table of all the remarkable events, from the creation to this date. By Mr. Salmon. With large additions, and brought down to the present time. By J. Titler. Together with a new set of maps.

Edinburgh: Printed for James Spotiswood, 1781.
The modern universal gazetteer; or, A general view of the several nations of the world. Absolutely necessary for rendering the public news, and other historical occurrences, intelligible and entertaining. Containing, I. An introduction to geography, with directions for the use of the terrestrial globes. II. The situation and extent of all the empires, kingdoms, states, provinces, and chief towns in Europe, Asia, Africa, and America. Also a description of the most considerable seas, lakes, rivers, and mountains, all ranged in alphabetical order. III. The produces, manufactures, trade, constitution, forces, revenues, and religion of the several countries. IV. The genealogies and families of the emperors, kings, and princes now reigning. V. A chronological table of all the remarkable events, from the creation to this date. By Mr. Salmon. With large additions, and brought down to the present time. By J. Titler. Together with a new set of maps. Library Average
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William Underhill7/24/18008/7/1800Universal Gazatteer
Henry M. Van Solingen6/22/18017/11/18013dUniversal Gazetter
Jasper Ward9/7/18019/19/1801Universal Gazatteer
John Onderdonck1/4/18051/12/1805Universal Gazetteer
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