The Geographical Grammar: Pat. Gordon

The Geographical Grammar

Pat. Gordon

Published by R Knaplock et al, London, 1725
Condition: Very Good Hardcover
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Geography Anatomiz'd or the Geographical Grammar. Being a Short and Exact Analysis of the whole body of Modern Geography after a new and curious method. Collected from the best authors, and illustrated with divers maps. The Tenth Edition, Corrected and somewhat Enlarged. And a Set of New Maps. By Mr Senex. 416 pages, (pages 289/290 in facsimile) 17 fold out maps. Maps are all good subject to the following; World map, repair to one fold approx 50mm. Scandinavia, slight loss to botton right corner, no image loss. Poland. slight loss to left hand edge, no image loss. Scotland, full length repair to fold. Africa, slight fray to right hand edge. South America, repair to fold and right hand edge. North America, repair to fold approx 50mm. Original blind tooled full calf boards, rebacked, with new end papers, in calf with raised bands, decorated panels and gilt titling. New spine is lighter in colour. 205x130mm. Bookseller Inventory # 5704

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Title: The Geographical Grammar

Publisher: R Knaplock et al, London

Publication Date: 1725

Binding: Full-Leather

Illustrator: Senex

Book Condition:Very Good

Edition: 10th Edition

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