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International science and technology conference (FarEastСon 2019) (10 ; 2020 ; Vladivostok, Russie) / 1st ed. 2020 / Springer Singapore / 2020Résumé
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Chen, Xinjun / 1st ed. 2020. / Springer Singapore / 2020Résumé
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Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Springer / 2017Résumé
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By the King's royal license and authority. A new royal authentic and complete system of universal geography antient and modern: Including All the late important Discoveries made by the English, and other celebrated Navigators, of various Nations, in the different Hemispheres; and containing a complete genuine history and description of the whole world. As Consisting of Empires, Kingdoms, States, Republics, Provinces, Continents, Islands, Oceans, &c. with the Various Countries, Cities, Towns, Promontories, Capes, Bays, Peninsulas, Isthmusses, Gulphs, Rivers, Harbours, Lakes, Aqueducts, Mountains, Volcanos, Caverns, Deserts, &c. &c. throughout Europe, Asia, Africa and America: together with Their respective Situations, Extent, Latitude, Longitude, Boundaries, Climates, Soil, natural and artificial Curiosities, Mines, Metals, Minerals, Trees, Shrubs, the various Kinds of Fruits, Flowers, Herbs and vegetable Productions. with as Account of The Religion, Laws, Customs, Manners, Genius, Tempers, Habits, Amusements, and singular Ceremonies of the respective Inhabitants: their Arts, Sciences, Manufactures, Learning, Trade, Commerce, Governments, &c. Also exact Description of The various Kinds of Beasts, Birds, Fishes, amphibious Creatures, Reptiles, Insects, &c. peculiar to each Country; including every Thing curious, as related by the most eminent Travellers and Navigators, from the earliest Accounts to the present Time. Likewise The Essence of the Voyages of the most enterprising Navigators of different Nations and Countries, from the celebrated Columbus, the first Discoverer of America, to the Death of our no less celebrated Countryman Captain Cook, &c. &c. Together with A concise History of every Empire, Kingdom and State. Including An Account of the most remarkable Discoveries, Settlements, Battles, Sieges, Sea-Fights, and various Revolution that have taken place in different Parts of the World. The Whole forming an authentic and entertaining Account of every thing worthy of Notice throughout the whole Face of Nature, both by Land and Water. With a great Variety of curious Articles, communicated by Gentlemen who have travelled in various Parts, and by Captains of Ships, &c. none of which ever appeared in Print before. To which is added, A Complete Guide to Geography, Astronomy, the Use of the Globes, Maps, &c. With an Account of The Rise, Progress, and present State of Navigation throughout the Known World. Published by the Royal Licence and Authority of His Britannic Majesty King George III. And containing every important, interesting, valuable and entertaining discovery throughout the whole of Captain Cook's voyages Round the World. Together with those of all other Made as well as Antient Circumnavigators round the Globe, particularly those of Byron, Mulgrave, King, Clerke, Gore, Carteret, Wallis, Bougainville, &c. (performed by Order of his Britannic Majesty) As well as all other Modern Navigators and Travellers who have published their Discoveries in the various Languages throughout the World. By the Reverend Thomas Bankes, Vicar of Dixton in Monmouthshire, and Author of the Christian's Family Bible. Edward Warren Blake, Esq. and Alexander Cook, A. M. Teacher of Geography, Astronomy, and Navigation [Ressource électronique]
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Natarajan, R. / Springer India : Springer e-books : Imprint: Springer : Springer e-books / 2015Résumé
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By the King's authority. Proposals for printing by subscription, in weekly numbers, price six-pence each, embellished with upwards of one hundred and twenty copper-plates, the third edition, (dedicated to the Right Honourable samuel turner esq; Lord-Mayor the court of aldermsn, and common-council.) The History and survey of London, Westminster, Southwark, and their environs. By William Maitland, F.R.S. and others. [Ressource électronique] : Containing, I. The original constitution of London and Westminster ; the ancient and present state of the several wards, districts, liberties, pariches and churches, and the most curious sepulchral monuments; accounts of all the religious foundations therein before the reformation, and the uses to which they were converted after their dissolution: the names of all the streets, squares, courts, lanes, alleys, rents, rows, &c. With curious calculations touching the number of inhabitants; whereby it will appear, that the number of inhabitants in London are more than in any one city in the world, and almost equal to those of the cities of Paris, Amsterdam, and Rome together. II. The political, ecclesiastical, civil and military government, in all their branches; and the chartered liberties, privileges and immunities, granted from time to time by the crown, and confirmed to the citizens by act of Parliament. III. Accounts of the several incorporations of mechant-adventurers, public trading companies, and of all arts and mysteries; shewing their original institution, and the constitution of those companies and corporations respectively, and their ancient rights, privileges and franchises. IV. The city courts, and the manner of proceeding in each of them; and the laws enacted both by Common-Council and Parliament, for the citizens conduct at elections, both in the Common-Hall and in wardmotes. V. The present state of learning, colleges, inns of court, and public schools. VI. The public buildings, palaces, public offices, and meeting-houses of every denomination; and full and particular accounts of all the hospitals, almshouses, and other charitable foundations, and bridges. VII. Both Houses of Parliament, the courts of law at Westminster, the British Musŭm, and the ancient and present state and curiosities of the Tower of London and Westminster-Abbey. Improved with a great variety of authentic pieces, relative to the alterations in the political, ecclesiastical, and commercial state, since the first foundation of this metropolis; which, by the surprizing increase of buildings and inhabitants, carries the appearance of a large county. To which will be added, a continuation of the history down to the year 1770; and an accurate survey and description of all the alterations, additions and improvements made, by authority of Parliament, in the buildings, streets, roads, &c. in and about this great metropolis: and so managed, that the purchasers of the former editions of this capital book (which, for its merit, is presented at the city's expence to every new alderman) may be supplied with them separate. to complete their books. In two volumes. Extracted from original recors preserved in the Tower, Rolls, Paper-Office, and Guildball; from acts of Parliament and acts of Common-Council, historians, ancient law-books, and many authentic pieces communicated by the learned in history, antiquities and municipal laws, to the editors of this work only. Conditions. I. This work (a great part of which is already printed) will be comprised in One Hundred and Twenty-three numbers, at Six-pence each, stitched in blue paper. II. That every number shall contain three sheets of letter-press, and one folio or broad-sheet plate, engraven by the best hands. III. That the first number will be published on Saturday the 28th of January, and continued regularly every Saturday till the whole is finished, and delivered at the Houses of Subscribers. Subscriptions are taken in, and proposals delivered, by J. Wilkie, in St. Paul's Church-yard; T. Lowndes, in Fleet-Street; G. Kearsly, in Ludgate-Street; and S. Bladon, in Pater-noster-Row; and by all the news-carriers in town and country. Of whom may be had, this work complete, in two volumes, folio, neatly bound in Calf and letter'd, Price 3l. 10s
Maitland, Frederic William (1850-1906) / Cengage Gale / 2009
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Springer Berlin Heidelberg : Imprint: Springer / 2010Résumé