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hand. For the illustrative notes on the XI, XII“, XIII", and XIVChapters, as well as for the greater part of those on the VI" Chapter, the Author is indebted to the Rev. Richard Okes, M. A. late Fellow of King's College, Cambridge, and one of the AssistantMasters of Eton. He has likewise enjoyed the benefit of that Gentleman's advice and criticism throughout the remainder of the illustrations; and holds himself indebted to him, for his many obliging attentions, in a degree that no acknowledgment can sufficiently express.
The Student, desirous of obtaining greater information concerning ancient Greece and Italy, will do well to consult the labours of Mr. Cramer, who, it is hoped, may be persuaded to continue the illustration of Historical Geography, which, in his interesting account of these countries, he has so ably begun.
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o The Sun & Mercury. Venus. The Earth. d Mars. A Vesta. 4 Ceres. Pallas. X Juno.
2 Jupiter.2 Saturn. 8 Georgian.
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