The gazetteer's, or newsman's interpreter being a geographical index of all the considerable cities, patriarchships, bishopricks, universities, dukedoms, earldoms, and such like, imperial and Hance towns, ports, forts, castles, &c. in Europe : shewing in what kingdoms, provinces, and counties they are, to what prince they are now subject, upon, or nigh what rivers, bays, seas, mountains, &c. they stand, their distances (in English miles) from several other places of note, with their longitude and latitude, according to the best and approved maps : of special use for the true understanding of all modern histories of Europe, as well as the present affairs, and for the conveniency of cheapness and pocket-carriage, explained by abbreviations and figures /
|Main Author:||Echard, Laurence, 1670?-1730.|
|Corporate Author:||Early English Books Online.|
Printed for Tho. Salusbury ...,
|Edition:||The second edition, corrected, much enlarg'd|
Early English books online.
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