Geographia universalis: the present state of the whole world giving an account of the several religions, customs, and riches of each people; the strength and government of each polity and state; the curious and most remarkable things in every region; with other particulars necessary to the understanding history and the interests of princes. Written originally by the Sieur Duval, Geographer in Ordinary to the French King; and made English, and enlarged by Ferrand Spence

P Duval, Ferrand Spence London : printed by H. Clark, for F. Pearse, at the Blew Anchor at the west-end of St. Pauls, 1685

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