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A complete course of geography by means of instructive games / invented by the Abbe Gaultier
Bib ID 2531561
Format BookBook
Author
Gaultier, abbé (Aloisius Edouard Camille), 1746?-1818
 
Edition 8th ed., corr., improved, and divided into two parts 
Description London : Printed for J. Harris, 1813 
50 p. : fold., col. maps ; 39 cm. 
Full contents The first part, containing the game of simple geography, viz. that which teaches the names and situations of the different countries and places of the earth ; The second part, containing a geographical game, illustrative of ancient and modern history, to which is prefixed, a treatise, or short account of the artificial sphere. 
Notes

Title-page wanting; photocopy of title-page from another copy inserted.

Subjects Geography.

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