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Mvndvs alter et idem, siue Terra australis ante hac semper incognita, longis itineribus peregrini academici nuperrime lustrata. Auth. Mercurio Britannico [pseud.] Sumptibus hæredum Ascanij de Renialme
Bib ID 4727848
Format BookBook, OnlineOnline
Author
Hall, Joseph, 1574-1656
 
Uniform Title Mundus alter et idem
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Description Hannoviæ, [i.e. London, Per G. Antoniu[n] H. Lownes] 1607 
[15], 224 p. 5 fold. maps. 16 cm. 
Notes

Illustrated engraved t.-p. Initials, head-pieces.

"Praefatio" signed: Gvilielmvs Knight.

Attributed also to Alberico Gentili.

Printed at London, by H. Lownes?--cf. STC 12685.

Also available online http://nla.gov.au/nla.gen-vn4727848

Subjects Utopias.  |  Satire, English.
Other authors/contributors Knight, William, -1623, ed  |  Gentili, Alberico, 1552-1608, attrib. author

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