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M General Geography :
The Origin ons; Wində, fphere; the
EXPLAINING The Nature and Properties of the E ARTH;
V I Z. It's Figure, Magnitude, Motions, Situation, Contents,
and Division into Land and Water, Mountains, Woods,
Defares, Lakes, Rivers, &c. . With particular Accounts of the different Appearances 1. of the Heavens in different countries; the Seasons of
the Year over all the Globe ; the Tides of the Sea ; Bays,
Capes, Illands, Rocks, Sand-Banks, and Shelves. The State of the Atmosphere; the Nature of Exhala
tions; Winds, Storms, Tornados, &c. The Origin of Springs, Mineral-Waters, Burning Moun
tains, Mines, &c. The Uses and Making of Maps, Globes, and Sea-Charts. The Foundations of Dialling; the Art of Meafuring
Heights and Distances; the Art of Ship-Building, Navigation,
Originally writien in LATIN
Since Improved and Illustrated
per-Plates, an Alphabetical Index, and other Improvements. Particularly useful to Students in the Universities; Travellers,
Sailors, and all those who desire to be acquainted with Mixed
By Mr DUGDALE.
In TWO VOLUMES.
LONDON: Printed for STEPHEN AUSTEN, at
the Angel and Bible, in St Paul's Church-Yard. 1734.
Y HAVE perused this SYSTEM of I GENERAL GEOGRAPHY; and I do recommend it as the most Useful Book upon this Subject.
Master of the Royal Mathematical Christ-Hospital,
School; And Fellow of the Dec. 14. 1733.
: TRANSLATOR's 1. PREFACE.
SHE Original of this Work
was Re-printed at Cambridge in the Year 1672, for the Use of the Students in that University; and an
Advertisement was given of it, the Beginning of the Year following, in the Philosophical Transactions (a).
THE Dutch Edition being then out of Print, was carefully corrected, in many
(a) Phil. Transact. No. cisis, una cum Tabulis ali91. Pag. 5172. BERN- quot, que defiderabantur, HARDI VARENII, aucta & illuftrata; ab
M. D. Geographia Gene- IS A ACO NEWTON ralis; in qua Affectiones ge- Mathef. Profeffore Lucanerales Telluris explicantur, fiano apud Cantabrigienses. summa cura quam plurimis į Societate Regia, Cantab. in Locis emendata, & 33 1672. in 8vo. Schematibus novis, ære inA 2