A 1878 reproduction of most of a 1626 map of Africa (AFRICÆ, described, the manners of their Habits, and buildings; newly done into English by J.S. and published at the charges of G Humble Ano 1626) published in John Speed's "Prospect of the Most Famous Parts of the World". The article on the next page titled "Map of Africa, A.D. 1626" has a detailed description of the map.
Attractive atlas of classical geography including a a map derived from Homer. Each map has multiple insets which, for the most part, show the same area at different periods. The index is particularly interesting as the preface points out that " the geographical position of every place where possible" is given with "its modern equivalent whenever ascertained". Our copy came from the Edgehill Chuch School for Girls in Windsor NS.