The antiquity of China, or An historical essay endeavouring a probability that the language of the empire of China is the primitive language spoken through the whole world before the confusion of Babel. Wherein the customs and manners of the Chineans are presented, and ancient and modern authors consulted with. With a large map of the country. By John Webb of Butleigh in the county of Somerset esquire,
printed for Obadiah Blagrave, at the Bear in St. Paul's church-yard, near the little north door,
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