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Le petit Neptune françois : or, the French coasting pilot. Being a particular description of the Bays, Roads, Rocks, Sands, Land-Marks, Depths of Water, Bearings, and Distances from Place to Place ; the Setting and Flowing of the Tides, on the coast of France. with Tables of the Latitude, Longitude, and Tides. Translated from the Petit flambeau de la mer of Du Bocage. With large improvements from the great Neptune françois, Bellin, Belidor, &c. In which The Courses and Distances are ascertained, from the Astronomical Observations of the Royal Academy of Sciences at Paris. Illustrated with Seventy Views of the different Appearances of Land, and Thirty New Charts. Drawn from the Large Map of France taken by Triangles by M. Cassini de Thury ; the Neptune Francois ; the Charts of Bellins, Michelot, and Bremond ; and all the particular Surveys of the several Parts of the Coast of France. Engraved by Thomas Jefferys, Geographer to His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales.
London: Printed for Thomas Jefferys at Charing Cross, 1761.
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