Mr. Blundevil His Exercises Contayning Eight Treatises Which Treatises Are to Be Read and Learned of All Gentlemen, That Are Desirous to Have Knowledge as Well in Cosmographie, Astronomie, and Geographie, as Also in the Arte of Navigation.
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