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Author: Cuningham, William, b. 1531.
Title: The cosmographical glasse conteinyng the pleasant principles of cosmographie, geographie, hydrographie, or nauigation. Compiled by VVilliam Cuningham Doctor in Physicke.
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Print source: The cosmographical glasse conteinyng the pleasant principles of cosmographie, geographie, hydrographie, or nauigation. Compiled by VVilliam Cuningham Doctor in Physicke.
Cuningham, William, b. 1531.

Excussum [sic] Londini: In officina Ioan. Daij typographi, Anno. 1559.
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Cosmography -- Early works to 1800.
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THE FIFTHE BOOKE OF THE COSMOGRAPHICAL GLAS, IN VVHICHE the partes of th'Earthe, perticulerlye (accordinge to the late obser∣uations of Cosmographers in oure age) are exactlye described. VVith the Longitudes and Latitudes of Regions, Pro∣uinces, Ilandes, Cities, Townes, Villages, Hilles: also the commodities of euerye Countrye, the natures of th'Inhabitauntes, Lawes, Rightes, and Cu∣stomes, with diuers other thinges coinci∣dent to the same.