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Ffciri-SpWa, Marc* i, -.-94-
No. liS, Market firtel.
Modern Geography:
O*. A
Geographical, Hiftorhal, ana
Commercial Grammar ;
Ajkl present ft ate «f the Several
I. Th** figures, motions, ami distances of
tlie planets, according to tlie Newtonian sys
tem and the latest obfervatioos.
2. A general view of tfce earth, oonfidered
as a planet; with several uleiul geographical
definitions and problems.
3. Tbe grand diviiions of the globe into
land and water, continents and inlands.
4- Tlie liruation and extent of empires,
kingdoms, states, provinces and colonies.
5. Their climates, air, foil, vegetables,
productions, metals, minerals, natural curi
osities, seas, rivers, bays,capes, promontories,
aud lakes.
6. The birds and beasts peculiar to each
7. Oblervations on the changes that have
been any where oblerved upon the face of na
ture since the mod earjy periods of history.
8. The history and origin of nations ; their
forms of government, re!ig on, laws, reve
nues, taxes, naval and military ftrer.gth*
9 The genius, manneis, customs, and ha"
bitsof the people.
10. Tneir language, learning,arts,fciences,
manufactures, and c^fiimetce.
11. The chief cities, ftruftures, ruins, and
artificial curiofit'es.
12. The longitude, latitude, bearings, and
distances of principal places from Philadelphia.
To zvhick are added,
1. A Geographical Index, with the names
and places alphabetically arranged.
2. A Table of the Coins of all nations, and
their value in dollars and cents.
3. A Chronological Table of remarkable
events, from the creation to the present time.
The Agronomical Part corrected by
D'. Flittenhouse.
To which have been added,
The late Discoveries of Dr. Herschell,
and other eminent Astronomers,
Corrcfted, Improved, and greatly Enlarged.
The firft volume contains twenty-one IVlaps
and Charts, besides two Astronomical Plates,
i. Map of the world. 2. Chart of the world.
3. Europe. 4. Asia. 5. Africa. 6. South.
America 7. Cook's difcove'ies. 8. Coun
tries round the north Pole. 9. Sweden, Den
mark, and Norway, so. Seven United Pro
vinces. at. Austrian, French and Dutch Ne
therlands. 12. Germany. 13. Seat of war
in France. 14. France divided into depart
ments. 15. Switzerland. 16. Italy, Sicily,
and Sardinia. 17. Spain and Portugal.
18. Turkey in Europe and Hungary. 19. Ire
land. 20 Weft-Indies. 21. Vermont. 22. Ar
millary sphere. 23. Copernican system.
With the second volume, which is now in
the press, will be given the following Maps s
1. RufTia in Euiope and Asia.
2. Scotland.
3. England and Wales.
4. Poland.
5. China.
6. Hindoftan.
7. United States.
8- B'itifh America.
9. State of New-Hampshire.
10. State of Mafiachufetts.
11. State of Connecticut.
12. State of Rhode Island.
»3. State of New-York.
i 4« State of New-Jersey.
15- State of Penufylvania.
*6; State of Delaware.
17. State of Maryland.
18. State of Virginia.
*9- State of Kentucky.
20. State of North-Carolina.
2x. TennefTee Government.
22. State of South-Carolina.
23* State of Georgia.
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