G Eo GRAPHY and HISTORY,
Both ANCIENT AND MODE RN;
An Account of the Political State, and Principal Revolutions,
of the most Illustrious NATIons in Ancient and Modern Times;
their MANNERs and Custo Ms; the Local Situation of Cities;
especially of such as have been distinguished by Memorable Events:
An Abridgment of the FAbulous History or Mythology
of the GREEks.
An Historical Account of the Progress and Improvements of AstroNoMy and
GEoc RAPHY, from the earliest Periods to the Time of Sir Isaac Newton :
Also, a brief Account of the Principles of the NEWTONIAN PHILOSO-
PHY, occasionally compared with the Opinions of the Ancients, concerning
the GENERAL and PART1cu LAR PR or ERT Irs of MATTER ; the Air, HEAT
and Cold, Light, and its Effiéts; the Laws of Motion ; the PlaNETARY
Syst E.M., &c.—With a short Description of the Component PARTs of the
TERRAqueous Globe, according to the Notions of the Ancients, and the
more accurate Discoveries of Modern Chemists.
IDesigned chiefly to connect the Study of Classical LEARNING
with that of GENERAL KNow LEDGE.
A GEOGRAPHICAL INDEX, containing the LATIN NAMES of
the Principal Cou NTR1Es, Cities, Rive Rs, and Mountains,
mentioned in the GREEK ind Roman C1, assics;
With the MoD E R N NAMEs subjoined.
For T. CADell Jun. and W. D'Avies in the Strand,
and W. CRE Ech, at Edinburgh.