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The compleat geographer: or, The chorography and topography of all the known parts of the earth. To which is premis’d an introduction to geography, and a natural history of the earth and the elements. Containing a true and perfect account of I. The situation, bounds and extent, climate, soil, productions, history, trade, manufactures: the religion, manners and customs of the people; … II. The several provinces that every kingdom or state is divided into. III. The principal cities and most considerable towns in the world, the magnitude, principal buildings, antiquity, present state, trade, history, &c. … To which are added maps of every country, fairly engraven on copper, according to the latest surveys, and newest discoveries, most engrav’d by Herman Moll. The fourth edition. Wherein the descriptions of Asia, Africa and America are compos’d a-new from the relations of travellers of the best repute, especially such as have appear’d within thirty or forty years last past.
London: Printed for J. Knapton, R. Knaplock, J. Wyat, J. and B. Sprint, J. Darby, D. Midwinter, A. Bell, A. Bettesworth, W. Taylor, W. and J. Innys, R. Robinson, J. Osborne, F. Fayram, J. Pemberton, J. Hooke, C. Rivington, F. Clay, E. Symon, J. Batley, J. Nix, and T. Combes , 1723.