A description of the coasts of North and South-Guinea ; and of Ethiopia Inferior, vulgarly Angola : being a new and accurate account of the Western Maritime countries of Africa. In six books ; containing a geographical, political, and natural History of the Kingdoms, provinces, common-wealths, territories, and islands belonging to it. Their product, inhabitants, manners, languages, trade, wars, policy and religion. With a full account of all the European settlements ; their rise, progress, and present condition; their commerce, and measures for improving the several branches of the Guinea and Angola trade. Also of trade-winds, breezes, tornadoes, harmatans, tides and currents, &c. And a new relation of the Province of Guiana, and of the great rivers of Amazons and Oronoque in South-America. With an Appendix ; being a general account of the first discoveries of America, in the fourteenth century, and some observations thereon. And a geographical, political, and natural history of the Antilles-Islands, in the North-Sea of America / by John Barbot
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