Atlas maritimus, or, The sea-atlas being a book of maritime charts describing the sea-coasts, capes, headlands, sands, shoals, rocks, and dangers, the bays, roads, harbors, rivers and ports, in most of the known parts of the world : collected from the latest and best discoveries that have been made by divers able and experienced navigators of our English nation : accommodated with a hydrographical description of the whole world ... : with the nature of the commodities and merchandizes of each country ...

John Seller London : Printed by John Darby for the author, and are to be sold at his shop ..., 1675

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