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Source:   A voyage to the South-sea, along the coasts of Chili and Peru, in the years 1712, 1713, and 1714. Particularly describin ....


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Plan du port, ville, citadelle, et forteresses d'Angra, située dans la partie du sud de l'isle de la Terciere, l'une des Açorres par 39d de l'atitude septentrionale.

Image ID: ps_rbk_cd18_270

Plan du port, ville, citadelle, et forteresses d'Angra, située dans la partie du sud de l'isle de la Terciere, l'une des... (1717)


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Image Title

:  Plan du port, ville, citadelle, et forteresses d'Angra, située dans la partie du sud de l'isle de la Terciere, l'une des Açorres par 39d de l'atitude septentrionale.

Creator

: Frézier, Amédée François, 1682-1773 -- Author

Medium

: Engravings

Specific Material Type

: maps

Source

: A voyage to the South-sea, along the coasts of Chili and Peru, in the years 1712, 1713, and 1714. Particularly describing the genius and constitution of the inhabitants, as well Indians as Spaniards ... By Monsieur Frezier ... Illustrated with 37 copper-cutts of the coasts ... printed from the author's original plates ... With a postscript by Dr. Edmund Halley ... And an account of the settlement, commerce, and riches of the Jesuites in Paraguay.

Source Description

: 7 p.l., 335, [9] p. illus, (music), XXXVII pl. (part double, incl. fron., maps, plans) 23.5 x 19 cm.

Location

: Stephen A. Schwarzman Building / Rare Books Division

Catalog Call Number

: *KC 1717 (Frezier, A. F. Voyage to the South-sea)

Digital ID

: ps_rbk_cd18_270

Record ID

: 1927239

Digital Item Published

: 9-10-2010; updated 3-25-2011

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