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PART I. Of Astronomical Geography.
tt Other European Illands are described with the Countries to
which they respectively belong.
Thc WORLD, TO front the Title. GERMANY.... Page 507
.59 SPAIN and PORTUGAL....592 DENMARK, SWEDEN, and ITALY..
62 TURKEY in EUROPE, and RUSSIA in EUROPE. 117 HUNGARY. .
658 SCOTLAND. . 150 ASIA..
..663 ENGLAND and WALES. 198'EAST INDIES.
.719 IRELAND... 401 AFRICA....
432 NORTH AMERICA.. ..871 SEVEN UNITED PRO. WEST INDIES..
.913 VINCES, and NETHER SOUTH AMERICA... Cóg LANDS..
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ÞAR T 1.
OF ASTRONOMICAL GEOGRAPHY.
OF THE PLANETS, THE COMETS, THE FIXED STARS, AND
THE DIFFERENT SYSTEMS OF THE UNIVERSE.
Book before he places the Maps
The fience of GEOGRAPHY cannot be completely underfood with-
, which we lhall give, with such explanations as may render it intelligible to the meaneft capacity.
The earth was long considered as one extenfive plane, of no remark. able thickness; and the regions below it were supposed to be the habitations of spirits. The heavens, in which the fun, moon, and stars, apo