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In the defcriptions of the empires, countries, provinces, dis- tricts, counties, cities, boroughs, and towns, every remarka- ble circumftance is taken notice of as far as our room would admit. * Caleture, a fort on the jfland of Ceylon, at the mouth of a river of the fame name. I have fhewn how each country is bounded, its ex- tent, productions, manufactories, forces, the numbers of the inhabitants, their manners and religion, at leaft as far as I could obtain any certain account. The Dutch became maflers of it in 1655 ; but were- obliged to leave it. Containing a Defcription of all the EMPIRES, KINGDOMS* STATES, REPUBLICS, PROVINCES, CITIES, CHIEF TOWNS, FORTS, FORTRESSES, CASTLES, CITADELS, SEAS, IN THE HARBOURS, BAYS, RIVERS, LAKES, MOUNTAINS, CAPES, and PROMONTORIES KNOWN WORLD; TOGETHER WITH The Government, Policy, Customs, Manners, and Religion of the Inhabitants; THE Extent, Bounds, and Natural Productions of each Country 5 and the Trade, Manufactures, and Curiosities of the Cities and Towns; their Loncitude, Latitude, Bearing and Distances in. I wifh I could fay our modern relations were more to be depended upon in many inftances ; for too many travellers feem to be very fond of the marvellous, and for that reafon greedily fwallow die mod improbable fables. Ovington, afterwards the king's chaplain, tells us, that in the ifland of Johanna, the inhabitants have a cuftom of burning the devil every year, and that he in revenge conftantly fteals one of their children .annually, notwithftand- ing the utmoft care to prevent it. They iiave no form of government, and very little religion.

Officers, both by fea and land, have great occafion for it, becaufe it informs them of the na- ture and circumftances of places and towns, and enables them to take their meafures accordingly. The men go quite naked ; except a piece of fine linen about their heads ; and they have ornaments made offhells, mixed with little round berries, about their neck and arms.

As for the ufefulnefs of geography in general,, nothing need be faid, it being a ftudy now greatly in vogue ; and all, ex- cept the very dregs of the people, have fome occafion ot other to be acquainted with that fcience. It is abfolutely neceffary to men of letters, becaufe no hiftory can be well underftood without it : to politicians, becaufe it is impofiible to underftand the true intereft of different ftates and countries, without the knowledge of this fcience. The other are a kind of fheep, fome white and others black ; but they differ from the- European in feveral refpedts. The in- land country, efpecially northward, is very populous ; but they have no houfes, for they live in a fort of arbours, made of the boughs of trees, in fummer ; and in winter they creep into caves dug in the earth.

The defcription of our own country has been greatly neglected, as if it was hardly worth our notice, ,though it ought to be the firft and principal object of enquiry to every Briton. The 1 kinds of four-footed animals peculiar to th» Ingiifh have a factory here 5 whence they (country.

For which reafon I hope to do my country fome fervice, in giving them another more copious and more complete, continuing its portablenefs at the fame time. P a ' George, C A C A guefe difcovercd, when they came to the I. It is feated on the fea-fide, and contain about 7000 houfes. Cali- cut is the principal town George, fubjec T: to its own prince. The Dutch were defeated here by the Spaniards in 1638.

Their religion is not very well known ; imt it is faid they believe in One God, who commits the government of the world to inferior beings, to'whom they offer facrifices.

The inhabitants go almoft anakcd ; and write upon palm-tree leaves.

Calmar, a ftrong fea-port town of Sweden, in the province of Smaland, di- vided into two towns, the Old and the New ; but of the former there remains only the church and a few houfes.

Jt is feated on a river of the fame name; it has 2 handfome church., and fends two C A members to parliament; is 25 miles E.

Perhaps the deficiencies may be thought only to relate to pocket treatifes of this kind ; but the fame objections will lie againft larger volumes with relation to the number of the ar- ticles : which, that it may appear more readily, the reader may obferve that thofe wanting in others, are marked with an afte- rifm thus (*) However, thefe are not all, for there are feveral other confi- derable towns and provinces, which mould have been thus dif- tinguifhed, and which have been overlooked. This was the firft place the Portu- a flag, and horns like a ram ; their hair is long, and the hoofs like oxen.

Coote, in Pater- noiter-Row ; Becicet and De Hondt, in the Strand ; and B. This is riot unlike the fending young gentlemen abroad to vifit foreign parts, before they have obtained any adequate knowledge of the laws, conftitution, trade, product, and geography of the kingdom in which they drew their firft breath. Indies, feated on the Malabar aoafr, 3C.0, miles S. One of which is about the fize export pepper and other Indian merchan- of a calf of two years old, with a head like dizes.

Englifti Miles from remarkable Places ; AS ALSO, The Sieges they have undergone, and the Battles that have been fought near them, down to this preient Year. However, this demon is fo good-natured as to inform them, after certain invocations, of the time of the arrival of any foreign fliip. C.uicodian, or Qui LON, a town en the coaft of Malabar, in the E. They are of a red copper colour, with coarfe black hair, and no beards like the reft ®f the native Americans.

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