The wonders of nature and art; being an account of whatever is most curious and remarkable throughout the world; Whether relating to its Animals, Vegetables, Minerals, Volcanoes, Cataracts, Hot and Cold Springs, and Other Parts of Natural History; or, to the Buildings, Manufactures, Inventions, and Discoveries of its Inhabitants. The whole collected from the writings of the best historians, Travellers, Geographers, and Philosophers, among which are some Original Manuscripts; interspersed with pious Observations and Reflections; illustrated with Notes, and adorned with Copper-Plates. The second edition. ...
- MDCCLXVIII. 
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London : printed for Newberry and Carnan, sons and successors to the late Mr. John Newberry, at the Bible and Sun, No. 65. the North Side of St. Paul's Church-Yard, MDCCLXVIII. 
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