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1745, 1746, 1747, 1748, and 1749 ; with an appendix, containing the
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London, 1701. 595 The beauties of nature and art displayed, in a tour through the world;
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lace, gardens and curiosities of Chantilly, &c. a particular description of the tomb of J. J. Rousseau, with anecdotes of that celebrated man. Lon
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8 tomes. Venice, 1769.
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APS and charts belonging to the modern part of the universal his
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with a short historical account relating to the same. London, 1724. 128 A new atlas ; containing a geographical and historical account of all the
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841 Tableaux topographiques, pittoresques, physiques, historiques, moraux,
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470 Atlas geographus; or a complete system of geography for America; with
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lustrating the topographical antiquities of Great Britain and Ireland;
with plates. 2 vols. London, 1780. 657 Memoir of a map of the countries comprehended between the Black sea
and the Caspian ; with an account of the Caucasian nations, and vocabu
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190 and 725 A description of Holland ; or the present state of the United Pro
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of the provinces. London, 1743. 260 Nova Francia ; or a description of that part of New France which is one
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London, 1609. 315 A description of London and its environs; containing whatever is remark
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giving a particular account of the country, the manners, customs, &c. of
the inhabitants. London, 1701. 1112 The Atlantic pilot. London, 1772. 1513 Les delices des Pays-Bas, ou description geographique et historique des
XVII provinces Belgiques, 5 tomes, Liege, 1769,-P.
1823 Letters from Barbary, France, Spain, Portugal, &c. By an English offi
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the British islands on the coast of North America. 2d edit. Edin.
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scription of that country, a dissertation on its antiquity, and a genuine
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Africa. London. 2930 Sketch of modern Paris ; or letters on society, manners, public curiosi
ties, and amusements, in that capital. Written in 1801 and 1802. Lon
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the effects of the revolution. Written by an English traveller, during
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villages, &c. on the road from London to Margate, Dover and Canterbury.
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97 The foreigner's guide; or a necessary companion in a tour through the
cities of London and Westminster. In French and English. 3d edit.
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new world; their situation, climate, soil, produce, manufactures, and
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held among the people called quakers. London, 1706. Gift of
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503 Ein angenehmier geruch der rosen und lilien die im thal der demuth unter
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the custody and use of the holy scriptures. By the author of the whole
duty of man. Oxford, 1678. 326 An illustration of the wisdom and equity of an indulgent Providence ;
wherein the nature of happiness, and the origin of evil, are carefully ex
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