|Author:||Ogilby, John, 1600-1676.|
|Title:||Asia. The first part being an accurate description of Persia, and the several provinces thereof : the vast empire of the Great Mogol, and other parts of India, and their several kingdoms and regions : with the denominations and descriptions of the cities, towns, and places of remark therein contain'd : the various customs, habits, religion, and languages of the inhabitants : their political governments, and way of commerce : also the plants and animals peculiar to each country / collected and translated from the most authentick authors and augmented with later observations ; illustrated with notes, and adorn'd with peculiar maps and proper sculptures by John Ogilby ...|
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Asia. The first part being an accurate description of Persia, and the several provinces thereof : the vast empire of the Great Mogol, and other parts of India, and their several kingdoms and regions : with the denominations and descriptions of the cities, towns, and places of remark therein contain'd : the various customs, habits, religion, and languages of the inhabitants : their political governments, and way of commerce : also the plants and animals peculiar to each country / collected and translated from the most authentick authors and augmented with later observations ; illustrated with notes, and adorn'd with peculiar maps and proper sculptures by John Ogilby ...
Ogilby, John, 1600-1676.
London,: Printed by the author at his house in White-friers., M.DC.LXXIII 
THE General Description OF ASIA.
Of the Denomination of Asia.
The Form and Bounds of Asia.
Of the Measure and Extent of Asia.
Of the Lakes or Seas of Asia.
Of the Chief Rivers of Asia.
Of the Chief Mountains of Asia.
Of the Productions of Asia.
Of the several Religions profest in Asia.
Of the Ancient and Modern Division of Asia.
THE DESCRIPTION OF THE KINGDOM OF PERSIA.
The Province of Persia or Fars.
Schirwan, or Scerwan, in ancient Times call'd Media Atropatia, or Little Media.
The Province of Parthia or Erack.
The Province of Aderbeitzan, or Aderbajon, formerly Great Media, or Satrapene.
The Province of Iran or Carabach.
Drangiane or Sagistam.
The Countrey of Nixabur, or Nisabur.
The Province of Kilan or Gilan.
The Plains of Mocan, or Mogan.
The Province of Betziruan.
The Caspian Sea.
The Province of Mazanderan.
The Countrey of Chusistan.
Carmania or Kermon, otherwise Kirman.
Gedrosia or Circan, Cache, Guadel, and Macran.
The Province of Moghostan.
The Province of Chorazan.
The Province of Siston.
Aria or Ery.
Dagestan or Tagestan.
The Kingdom of Amadam.
Temperature of the Air.
The several sorts of People.
Complexion, Nature, and Shape of the Inhabitants.
Of their Venery.
Their Oeconomy or House-keeping.
Amfion or Opium, Thee, Coffee, and Tobacco.
Of their Marriages.
Of their Poesie.
Lawyers and Physicians.
Their Weights and Measures.
Their Artificers, Manufactures, and several Employments.
The King's Revenues.
Of their Travelling.
Their Policy in Government, Oeconomy, and Splendor of the Court.
The Government of the peculiar Provinces.
The first Dynastie.
The second Dynastie.
The third Dynastie.
The fourth Dynastie of natural Persian Kings.
The fifth Dynastie, being of the Turkish Line.
The sixth Dynastie, being Tartarian Kings of Persia.
The seventh Dynastie.
The eighth Dynastie, being of the Sophian Race.
The Countrey of Georgia.
The Province of Imereti or Basciaciuk,
The Province of Cacheti.
The Province of Cardel or Carduel.
The Province of Guriel.
The Province of Mengrelia, anciently Colchis.
Avogastes or Avogasie.
The several sorts of People about Mengrelia and Mount Caucasus.
The People call'd Lazi or Curten.
The Black Sea.
The Province of Circassia.
The Province of Curdistan.
THE EMPIRE OF THE Great Mogol AND INDIA.
Of India in general.
A brief Vocabulary of the Malayan Tongue▪
The Creation of the World in Ten Bodily Appearances of Wistnow, or Mahadeu.
Matsjas or Matx Altar, the First.
Caurams or Courmas Altar, the Second.
Waras, or Warrahas Altar, the third.
Narsings Altar, the Fourth.
Vanam's Altar, the Fifth, begins with the second Age Tretrsingke.
Prasseram's, or Paresje Rama's Altar, the Sixth.
Ram's or Ram Kata's, otherwise Dajeratha Rama's Altar, the Seventh.
Kistnas, or Cristnas, or Krexno, the eighth Altar.
Bhodes or Boudhas Altar, the Ninth.
Callenkyns Altar, the Tenth.
The Religion, Customs, and Constitution of the Hassenists or Moors.
The Realm of the Groat Mogol, otherwise Hindostan, or Indostan.
The Court, Splendor, Magnificence, and Riches of the Great Mogol.
Weight, Measure, and Coin.
Of the Name and Title of Mogol.
The Extract and Descent of the Mogol Kings.
Paropamisa or Candahar, Sablestan, and Balassy.
The Kingdom of Cabul.
The Territory of Multan.
The Countreys of the Bullochs or Bobochs, or Kingdom of Ballochy, otherwise Haican, or Hangi-Chan.
The Province of Buckar, or Buckor.
The Kingdom of Send or Sind, otherwise call'd Diu and Tatta.
The Provinces of Sorit, Jesselmeer, and Attack.
The Province of Penjab or Pangab.
The Kingdom or Territory of Caximir.
The Territories of Banchish, Jangapore, and Jenba.
The Kingdom of Dely.
The Kingdom or Province of Mando or Bando.
The Province of Malway or Malva.
The Territory of Sanga or Chitor, and Ʋtrad.
The Kingdom of Zurratte or Cambaya.
The City Amadabath, or Ahmedabath.
The Kingdom or Territory of Chandish or Sanda.
The Province of Berar and Narvar.
The Province of Gwaliar or Gualier.
The Kingdom of Agra or Indostan.
The Country of Bulloits.
The Province of the Hendowns, or Hindous.
The Province of Sanbat, or Sanbal, and Bakar.
The Province of Nagrakat.
The Provinces of Siba, Kakares, and Gor.
The Provinces of Pitan, Canduana, and Patna.
The Territories of Jesuat, Merat, and Ʋdessa.
The Kingdom of Decan.
The Kingdom of Ballagate.
The Kingdom of Cuncan, or Visiapour.
A TABLE OF THE KINGDOMS, PROVINCES, CITIES, TOWNS, and other Special Remarks, Treated of in This First Volume of ASIA.
THE EMPIRE of the GREAT MOGOL, AND INDIA.
DIRECTIONS For Placeing the SCULPS IN THIS First Volume of ASIA.