|Author:||Duval, P. (Pierre), 1619-1682.|
|Title:||Geographia universalis: the present state of the whole world: giving an account of the several religions, customs, and riches of each people; the strength and government of each polity and state; the curious and most remarkable things in every region; with other particulars necessary to the understanding history and the interests of princes. Written originally by the Sieur Duval, Geographer in Ordinary to the French King; and made English, and enlarged by Ferrand Spence.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Geographia universalis: the present state of the whole world: giving an account of the several religions, customs, and riches of each people; the strength and government of each polity and state; the curious and most remarkable things in every region; with other particulars necessary to the understanding history and the interests of princes. Written originally by the Sieur Duval, Geographer in Ordinary to the French King; and made English, and enlarged by Ferrand Spence.
Duval, P. (Pierre), 1619-1682., Spence, Ferrand.
London: printed by H. Clark, for F. Pearse, at the Blew Anchor at the west-end of St. Pauls, 1685.
To the Honourable Edward Coke, Esq
THE Englisher's PREFACE TO THE READER.
THE PRESENT STATE Of the Four Parts of the WORLD.
The Terrestrial World.
The Artick Region.
The Antartick Lands.
The Caribby Isles, or the Antilles.
Biledulgerid, and Zaara.
Abissinia, or, Aethiopia.
Cafreria, and Mono-Motapa.
The Tercera Islands.
The Canary Islands.
The Islands of Cap-Verd.
The Isle of Madagascar.
The Isle of Maltha.
Of some other Islands of Africa.
Turkey in Asia.
The Empire of the Mogul.
The Peninsula of India, intra Gangem.
The Peninsula of India, extra Gangem.
The Maldive Islands.
The Isle of Ceylan.
The Islands of Sunda.
The Isles of Japan.
The Philippine Islands.
The Moluccoe Islands.
The Present State of the Countries, Fortresses and other Places, which the Europeans stand Possess'd of in the East and West-Indies.
The Courses the Europeans steer towards the West-Indies.
The Courses which the Euro∣peans Steer in their Way to the East-Indies.
Other Tracts and Ways to the East-Indies.
The Seventeen Provinces of the Low-Countries.
The Ʋnited Provinces of the Low-Countries.
The Provinces of the Spanish-Netherlands.
Of the Empire of the Turks.
Of Turkey in Europe.
Of Transilvania, Walaciha and Moldavia.
Of Lesser Tartary.
Of the State of Ragusa.
Of the Brittish Islands.
The Isle of Candia.
An Index Alphabetical of the several Coun∣tries Described in this Ʋniversal Geogra∣phy.