A Treatise on the Construction of Maps; in which the Principles of the Projections of the Sphere are Demonstrated, and Their Various Practical Relations to Mathematical Geography, Deduced and Explained ... with an Appendix ... By Alexander Jamieson
for C. Law ... [etc.!, 1814
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