A System of Universal Geography, Or, A Description of All the Parts of the World, on a New Plan, According to the Great Natural Divisions of the Globe: Accompanied with Analytical, Synoptical, and Elementary Tables, Volume 1

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Contents

Relation of Places to the Points of the Horizon
33
Connection between the Nature of the Countries and their
34
Perforated MountainsChains of Mountains and Insulated
37
Polar ProjectionEquatorial
41
Remark on the Scale of the Map
46
Choice of Projections and of the Scale
52
BOOK VII
58
Coasts formed by HillsCoasts formed by Downs or Flats
64
Eflects of FrostObservations upon North America
69
Transition RocksMountains of the second Class or Order
70
Pumicestone Scorim or drossPuzmlanns volcanic
71
Decomposed Feldspar Petrosilex
76
Volcanoes of the Atlantic OceanScattered Volcanoes
80
Sulphureted SilverMercury its congelation
82
Crystallized Rocks
88
Coagulated Rocks BasaltChemical nature of BasaltCon
94
BOOK XII
97
Human Bones
103
BOOK XIV
115
Seas without TidesTides in GulfsMaritime Currents
121
Aqueous MeteorsClouds
127
ignis FatuusBurning Fountains
133
Monsoons or Halfyearly Vinds of IndiaVariations in
139
BOOK XVIII
151
Changes in the Gulf of Venice
157
Conclusion
164
Explanation of the fluiversal Deluge 1
170
BOOK XXI
178
Quadrupeds distributed in the Northern Hemispherethe
184
Continuation of the Theory of Geogrzzhy Of the Earth con
189
Mortality in Towns and in the CountryCauses of Lon
195
Name ofAsia
214
Climate
218
Wall of CaucasusMinesRocks
224
BasiansTribesWorshipCountry and Productions 23
230
Synoptic Table of Rivers 216 217
234
BOOK XXVI
235
Modern TownsSmyrna
241
BOOK XXVII
247
BabyloniaProductioneBituminous SpringsBagdat
253
Pashhlics of Tripoli and AcreMaritime Districts
259
City of JerusalemThe gopulchreHistorical Revolutions
264
ExtentPopulation
269
Balm of MeccaIncense
277
Haar
283
BOOK XXXI
289
PERSIA CONTINUED
296
Khusistun
302
Proportion of these Rivers 217
354
Islands of the Frozen SeaNew Siberia
362
BOOK XXXIX
368
OccupationsMarcs MilkIndustryLanguage
374
MANTCHOORIA AND COREA
377
BOOK XLI
383
City of IedoPalacePrivate Houses _ _
389
BOOK XLII
397
BOOK XLIII
404
Province of FoukienEmouy
406
Stability of the LawsCeremonies
412
TABLE of the Population and Revenue of China Proper froin
418
Religion
424
Superficial Extent
429
The NerbuddahThe TupteeThe Godavery V
435
The AmiT e ElephantM e of CatchingThe Rhi
441
Charons UngreasParsees their History
448
District of ChittagongIslamabadInhabitantsThe Mughs
467
Bootan
486
Province ofOrissaBalasore 476 ScringapatamOverthrow and Death of Tippoo
492
Island of SalsetteIts PopulalfionElephantaIts Cavc 480 BOOK XLIX
498
The Carnatic or Coromandel Province 485 LawsReligion Literaturc
504
Christians _
506
Lake of MinereKandellé
512
Corporeal PurityOn Scoflers _
518
DyesPlants use in Manufacture
525
State of Landed Property
531
Bram EMPIREHistory of the Birmans
537
Character of the Bilmans
542
LowashanCountry 0 Hanna
543
Arabian and Persian CultsPrevailing Winds
546
Sea and Land ForcesLawsCustomsManufactures
548
ProductionsTinMines
554
Observation on New Holland
561
AnimalsBirds
567
Strait of Sunda
572
HousesUseful ArtsDressCalculationMusic
578
NegrillosDutch SettlementEnglish Factory
584
MountaineClimateSeasws
586
Entertainment
595
467
608
Cape WillemDampiers ArchipelagoForresters Archipel
611
470
614
InhabitantsTheir Political and Civil State
617
Mendanas Discoveries
623
Chain extending from New Zealand to New Guinea
629
Rights ofPro erty
635

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