|Title:||The new universal geographical grammar : wherein the situation and extent of the several countries are laid down according to the most exact geographical observations : and the history of all the different kingdoms of the world is interspersed in such a manner, as to render the study of geography both useful and entertaining ... : and a chronological table of remarkable events from the creation to the present time.|
|Author:||Salmon, Thomas, 1679-1767|
|Note:||Edinburgh : Printed for J. Spottiswood ..., 1782|
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