|Author:||Meriton, George, 1634-1711.|
|Title:||A geographical description of the world with a brief account of the several empires, dominions, and parts thereof : as also the natures of the people, the customs, manners, and commodities of the several countreys : with a description of the principal cities in each dominion : together with a short direction for travellers.|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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A geographical description of the world with a brief account of the several empires, dominions, and parts thereof : as also the natures of the people, the customs, manners, and commodities of the several countreys : with a description of the principal cities in each dominion : together with a short direction for travellers.
Meriton, George, 1634-1711.
London: Printed for William Leake ..., 1671.
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Reproduction of original in the University of Illinois Library.
Geography -- 17th-18th centuries.
Europe -- Description and travel -- 17th-18th centuries.
THE BOOKSELLER TO THE READER.
A TABLE of the Names of the principal Places contained in this Book.
The Signeury of Geneva.
The Kingdom of Naples.
The Commonwealth of Venice.
The Dukedom of Florence.
The Dukedom of Millain.
The Dukedom of Mantua.
The Dukedom of Vrbin.
The Principality of Parma.
The State of Genoa.
The State of Lucca.
The States of the Low-Countreys.
The Cimbrick Chersoness.
Of those Countreys which the Turks term Romania, anciently known by the Names of Greece and Dacia.
region Turkish Asia
region Persian Asia
region Tartarian Provinces
Of India, commonly called East-India.
region India intra Gangem
India extra Gangem.
Numidia and Lybia.
Of the Land of Negros.
Ethiopia Superior, or the Empire of Prester John.
Of Ethiopia Exterior.
The Islands and Seas.
The Aegean Sea.
The Ionian Isles.
The Adriatick Sea.
The Mediterranean Sea.
The Isles of the Ocean.
The British Islands.
The Northern Islands.
The Oriental Islands.
The Affrican Isles.
The American Islands.
The Islands of the Virgi∣nian Ocean.
Certain Precepts & Observations for those that do intend to TRAVELL.
Books Printed for William Leak at the Crown in Fleet-street, between the two Temple-Gates.