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Histoire des navigations aux terres australes, contenant ce que l'on scait des moeurs & des productions des contrees decouvertes jusqu'a ce jour ... [microform]
Bib ID 1549610
Format MicroformMicroform, BookBook
Author
Brosses, Charles de, 1709-1777
 
Uniform Title Histoire des navigations aux terres australes
Description Elmsford, N.Y. : Pergamon Press, Microforms International, 1982 
12 microfiches (530 fr.) : negative. 
Series

History of economics series.

Full contents
  • Tome premier: fiches 1-6
  • Tome second: fiches 7-12.
 
Notes

Microreproduction of original, published A Paris : Chez Durand, 1756.

Attributed to Charles de Brosses.

"Filmed by agreement with Jesus College, Cambridge University, 1982" -- Prelim. fr.

Subjects Discoveries in geography -- French.  |  Explorers.  |  Voyages and travels.  |  Islands of the Pacific -- Discovery and exploration.
Other authors/contributors Jesus College (University of Cambridge)

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