Geography, 15th-16th centuries -- Early works to 1800. : A briefe description of the whole world [electronic resource] : Wherin is particularly described all the monarchies, empires and kingdomes of the same, with their academies. As also their severall titles and situations thereunto adioyning. Written by the Right Reverend Father in God, George, late Archbishop of Canterburie.
Geography -- 1600-1700. : Ioannis Tomka Szászky Introdvctio in orbis hodierni geographiam in duos tomos divisa, qvorvm prior continet cvm praecognitis, Evropam, posterior Asiam, Africam, et Americam. Plvrimis in locis emendata, novisque avcta svpplementis / opera ac stvdio Ioannis Severini
Geography -- 1600-1799. : A new geographical and historical grammar [electronic resource] : wherein the geographical part is truly modern; and the present state of the several kingdoms of the world is so interspersed as to render the study of geography both entertaining and instructive. Containing, I. A Description of the Figure and Motion of the Earth. II. Geographical Definitions and Problems, being a necessary Introduction to this Study. III. A general Division of the Globe into Land and Water. IV. The Situation and Extent of the several Countries contained in each Quarter of the World; their Cities, Chief Towns, History, Present State, respective Forms of Government, Forces, Revenues, Taxes, Revolutions and Memorable Events. Together with An Account of the Air, Soil, Produce, Traffic, Curiosities, Arms, Religion, Language, Universities, Bishopricks, Manners, Customs, Habits, and Coins, in Use in the several Kingdoms and States described. By Mr. Salmon. Illustrated with a set of twenty-three new maps of the several Countries, Drawn by the Direction of Mr. Salmen, and Engraved by Mr. Jefferys, Geographer
Geography -- 1700-1800. : A short and easy introduction to the science of geography [electronic resource] : Containing A concise and accurate Description of the Situation, Extent, Boundaries, Divisions, chief Cities, &c. of the several Empires, Kingdoms, States, and Countries, in the known World: With the Use of the Terrestrial Globe, and Geographical Maps, &c. Designed for the use of schools and private tuition. Illustrated with the necessary engravings, and an accurate map of the world, including the Modern Discoveries. By Thomas Keith, Teacher of the Mathematics, Geography, &c. at Messrs. Booth and Rawe's Academy, Bromley, Kent.
Geography -- 1745. : A Short way to know the world: or; A compendium of modern geography, [electronic resource] : According to the latest discoveries and improvements: by way of question and answer. Design'd as well for the use of schools, as of those who would be acquainted with the present state of nations. In two parts. I. General geography; or, An account of the science, and its several branches: with an explanation of such matters and terms belonging to each as may be necessary for understanding the second part. II. Special geography; or, A description of the several empires, kingdoms, states and countries throughout the world: setting forth their situation, bounds, extent, qualities; mountains, rivers, lakes; divisions into provinces; inhabitants, government, trade, religion, bishops, universities. The whole improved with maps adapted to the work, and copper-plates.
Geography -- Africa, Southern -- Congresses. : Geographical perspectives on development in southern Africa : papers from the Regional Conference of the Commonwealth Geographical Bureau, Lusaka, 1982 / edited by Geoffrey J. Williams and Adrian P. Wood.