2 edition of Geography epitomized, or, A tour round the world found in the catalog.
Geography epitomized, or, A tour round the world
|Other titles||Geography epitomized, Tour round the world|
|Statement||by an American.|
|Contributions||Marian S. Carson Collection (Library of Congress), American Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||G125 .D26 1784|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||60 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||60|
|LC Control Number||97186538|
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Get this from a library. Geography epitomized ; or, A tour round the world: being a short but comprehensive description of the terraqueous globe: attempted in verse, (for the sake of memory ;) and principally designed for the use of schools.
[Robert Davidson]. Get this from a library. Geography epitomized, or, A tour round the world: being a short but comprehensive description of the terraqueous globe, attempted in verse, for the sake of memory, and principally designed for the use of schools.
[Robert Davidson]. Geography Epitomized: or, A tour round the World: being a Short but Comprehensive Description of the Terraqueous Globe; Attempted in Verse, (for the sake of the memory;) And principally designed for the Use of Schools. Stanford (NY): Daniel Lawrence, and Henry Hull, and John F.
Hull, A popular school text published at least six times from. Geography epitomized, or, A tour round the world being a short but comprehensive description of the terraqueous globe, attempted in verse, for the sake of memory, and principally designed for the use of schools / by: Davidson, Robert, Geography Epitomized: or, A tour round the World: being a Short but Comprehensive Description of the Terraqueous Globe; Attempted in [Cook, James; Children's] Davidson, Robert Stanford (NY): Daniel Lawrence, and Henry Hull, and John F.
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