1 edition of description & plat of the sea-coasts of England found in the catalog.
description & plat of the sea-coasts of England
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Atlas maritimus, or A book of charts ; Describeing the sea coasts, capes, headlands, sands, shoals, rocks and dangers, the bayes, roads, harbors, rivers, and ports, in most of the knowne parts of the world. With the true courses and distances, from one place to another. The English pilot.: First book. First part. Describing the sea-coasts, capes, head-lands, bays, roads, harbours, rivers and ports together with the soundings, sands, rocks and dangers in the southern navigation upon the coasts of England, Holland, France, Ireland, Spain, Portugal, to the straits-mouth, and so off to the Western Islands.
Spain -- Description and travel, London (England) -- Description and travel, Great Britain -- Description and travel Publisher New York: Brentano's Collection cdl; americana Digitizing sponsor MSN Contributor University of California Libraries Language English. A chart of the sea coasts of New England, New Iarsey, Virginia, Maryland & Carolina, from C. Cod to C. Hattaras Names Godbid, Anne (Publisher) Playford, John, ca. or 6 (Publisher) Seller, John, fl. (Cartographer) Collection. Lawrence H. Slaughter Collection of English maps, charts, globes, books and atlases. Atlases.
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A description & plat of the sea-coasts of England: from London, up all the river of Thames, all along the coasts to Newcastle, and so to Edinburgh, all along Scotland, the Orchades, and Hitland, where the Dutch begin their fishing. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Includes index. Description: pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates: illustrations, maps ; 23 cm.
A Description & plat of the sea-coasts of England, from London, up all the river of Thames, all along the coasts to Newcastle, and so to Edinburgh, all along Scotland, the Orchades, and Hitland, where the Dutch begin their fishing.
As also: all those parts over against us, as Norway, Denmarke, the Sound, Holland, and Zealand. Graphic Sexual Content. texts. Atlas maritimus, or A book of charts: Describeing the sea coasts capes headlands sands shoals rocks and dangers the bayes roads harbors rivers and ports, in most of the knowne parts of the world.
With the true courses and distances, from one place to another: Gathered from the latest and best discoveryes, that have bin made by divers able and Pages: Spirals in Time: The Secret Life and Curious Afterlife of Seashells by Helen Scales (£, Bloomsbury). To buy the book click here. HERRING TALES Donald S.
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In John Adair the first part of his Description of the Sea-coast and Islands of Scotland, With Large and Exact Maps, for the Use of Seamen. The second part was never printed. Judging from his scrupulous delineations, Adair’s search for perfection may have delayed completion of his work, but he was also hampered.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Includes index. Description: pages, 8 unnumbered leaves of plates: illustrations ; 23 cm. The fourth book: describing the sea-coasts, capes, head-lands, rivers, bays, roads, havens, harbours, streights, islands, depths, rocks, shoals, sands, banks, and dangers from Hudsons-Bay to the river Amazones, with all the West-India navigation, and all the islands therein as Jamaica, Cuba, Hispaniola, Barbadoes, Porto Rico, and the rest of the Caribbes, and Bahama Islands: with.
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Describing The West-India navigation, from Hudson's Bay to the River Amazones. Particularly delineating The Sea Coasts, Capes, Headlands, Rivers, Bays, Roads, Havens, Harbours, Streights, Rocks, Sands, Shoals, Banks, Depths of Water, and Anchorage, with all the Islands therein, as Jamaica, Cuba, Hispaniola, Barbadoes, Antigua.