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A new & correct map of the whole world : shewing ye situation of its principal parts. Viz the oceans, kingdoms, rivers, capes, ports, mountains, woods, trade-winds, monsoons, variation of ye compass, climats, &c. With the most remarkable tracks of the bold attempts which have been made to find out the North East & North West Passages
- Moll, Herman, d. 1732
- London : [J. Bowles, 1709-1720]
Title from decorative cartouche. World map showing trade winds and monsoons with Australia as New Holland joined to N. Guinea and the east coast unmapped. Relief shown pictorially. Sold by H. Moll ... over against Devereux-Court, between Temple Bar and St. Clement's Church in the Strand ; Sold by I. King at the Globe in the Poultrey near Stocks Market ; Printed for John Bowles at the Black Horse in Cornhill and Tho. Bowles in St. Paul's Church Yard. Insets: This chart is to shew ye degrees of the variation of ye compass as they were observed in ye year of 1700 in ye Atlantick and Indian Ocean -- The North Pole. Includes explanation, advertisement and a scale of English leagues. Plate no. 2 from: The world described, or, a new and correct sett of maps / Herman Moll. London : J. Bowles, [1709-1720]. Historic Maps copy 2 has continents outlined in color.
- World maps—Early works to 1800, Arctic regions—Maps—Early works to 1800, Maps—Arctic regions—1719, and World maps—1719
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