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Context of A new and complete system of universal geography; : describing Asia, Africa, Europe and America; with their subdivisions of republics, states, empires, and kingdoms: the extent, boundaries, and remarkable appearances of each country; cities, towns, and curiosities of nature and art, also giving a general account of the fossil and vegetable productions of the earth. The history of man, in all climates, regions, and conditions; customs, manners, laws, governments, and religions: the state of arts, sciences, commerce, manufactures, and knowledge. Sketches of the ancient and modern history of each nation and people, to the present time. : To which is added, a view of astromony, as connected with geography; of the planetary system to which the earth belongs: and of the universe in general. : With a copious index annexed to each volume. : Being a large and comprehensive abridgement of Universal geography., By John Payne. ; With additions, corrections and improvements from the latest and best authors. By James Hardie, A.M. author of The principles of Latin grammar, The American remembrancer, and universal tablet of memory &c. ; In four volumes. ; Vol. I[-IV], (electronic resource)
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