The naval gazetteer; or, Seaman's complete guide. Containing a full and accurate account, alphabetically arranged, of the several coasts of all the countries and islands in the known world: shewing their latitude, longitude, soundings, and stations for anchorage ... : Together with a particular relation of the shape and appearance at sea of the several headlands, isthmusses, peninsulas, points, promontories, and whatever is of use or importance to the master, pilot, commander, or seaman of any ship or vessel, in navigating the watry element. : Also comprehending ample directions for sailing into or out of the different ports, straits, and harbours of the four quarters of the world, and for avoiding dangers on the various and extended coasts; in which more than twelve thousand distinct names of places, &c. are treated of and explained. /
|Main Author:||Malham, John, 1747-1821.|
|Other Authors:||Norman, John, 1748?-1817, (Engraver), Callender, Benjamin, 1773-1856, (Engraver), Rollinson, William, 1762-1842, (Engraver), Hill, Samuel, 1766?-1804, (Engraver)|
Printed for and sold by W. Spotswood and J. Nancrede.,
|Edition:||First American edition.|
Early American imprints.
Evans Digital Edition
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