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Memoir of a map of Hindoostan; or the Mogul"s empire
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: Memoir of a Map of Hindoostan; Or the Mogul's Empire: With an Examination of Some Positions in the Former System of Indian Geography; and Some One: And a Complete Index of Names to the Map (): Rennell, James: BooksFormat: Paperback. : Memoir of a Map of Hindoostan or the Mogul's Empire.: xvii, pp + 35p (unumbered) index.4 maps, 1 plan.
Grey boards with paper backstrip, very clean and tight with part uncut ro index. Requires insurance. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.
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and a map of the countries. between the heads of the Indian rivers, and the Caspian Sea: also, a supplementary map. By James Rennell. To which is added, an appendix.
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