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Guthrie's universal geography improved

Guthrie's universal geography improved
being a new system of modern geography, or, a geographcial, historical and commercial grammar, and present state of all the several kingdoms of the world containing, I. an account of the figures, motions and distances of the planets, according to the Newtonian system, and the latest observations ... XII. The longitude, latitude, bearings and distances of principal places from London; to which are added I. A new and copious geographical index ..
A new edition, enlarged, corrected and improved, with great additions ... the astronomical part, including the latest discoveries of James Ferguson, F.R.S., Dr. Herschel, and other eminent astronomers

Published by Printed for the proprietors, and sold by all booksellers in town and country in London .
Written in English.

Edition Notes

"Illustrated with a set of large and accurate maps."

In double columns.


Includes index.

Filmed from a copy of the original publication held by the Seminary of Quebec, Library. Ottawa : Canadian Institute for Historical Microreproductions, 1985.

956 p. : ill., maps. ; 26 cm.


Dewey Decimal Class 910

The Physical Object

Format Microform
Pagination 12 microfiches (552 fr.)
Number of pages 552

ID Numbers

Open Library OL20999847M
ISBN 10 0665325363


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History Created October 31, 2008 · 4 revisions Download catalog record: RDF / JSON / OPDS

August 9, 2012 Edited by VacuumBot Updated format '[microform] :' to 'Microform'; cleaned up pagination; Removed author from Edition (author found in Work)
August 12, 2010 Edited by WorkBot merge works
December 15, 2009 Edited by WorkBot link works
October 31, 2008 Created by ImportBot Initial record created, from University of Toronto MARC record.