Atlas chinensis: being a second part of a relation of remarkable passages in two embassies from the East-India company of the United Provinces, to the vice-roy Singlamong and General Taising Lipovi, and to Konchi, emperor of China and East-Tartary. With a relation of the Netherlanders assisting the Tartar against Coxinga, and the Chinese fleet, who till then were masters of the sea. And a more exact geographical description than formerly, both of the whole empire of China in general, and in particular of every of the fifteen provinces. Collected out of their several writing and journals, by Arnoldus Montanus. English'd, and adorn'd with above a hundred several sculptures, by John Ogilby, esq. ...
- London, Printed by Tho. Johnson for the author, and are to be had in his house in White Fryers, 1671.
- Physical Description:
- 3 p.l., 723 p. illus., plates (part double, 1 fold.) double maps. 45 cm.
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- Copyright Not Evaluated
- Illustrated half-title: The second & third embassie to ye. empire of Taysing or China ... 1672.
Signatures: [A]³ B-Yyyy⁴ Zzzz².
Issued as the 2d part of An embassy from the East India Company of the United Provinces, by Johan Nieuhof.
Originally published in Dutch and edited by O. Dapper, in 1670.
- Subject Terms:
- China -- Description and travel.
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