Collins, Greenvile, active 1669-1698, Great Britain's coasting-pilot, 1776
- Great Britain's coasting-pilot: in two parts. Being a new and exact survey of the sea-coast of England and Scotland from the river of Thames to the westward and northward; with the islands of Scilly, and from thence to Carlisle; likewise the islands of Orkney and Shetland, describing all the harbours, rivers, bays, roads, rocks, sands, buoys, beacons, sea-marks, depths of water, latitude, bearings and distances from place to place; the setting and flowing of the tides; with directions for the knowing of any place, and how to harbour a ship in the same with safety. With directions for coming into the channel between England and France. By Captain Greenville Collins, hyrdographer in ordinary to the King's most excellent majesty.
- London, Printed for J. Mount, T. Page and W. Mount, 1776.
- Physical Description:
- , 30 p., , 49 leaves of plates (part double) : charts and profiles, 53 cm.
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- Copyright Status:
- Copyright Information
- With an added engraved title page.
Text printed in two columns.
BAC: British Art Center copy bound in contemporary (?) cloth. Inscribed: Charles Stewart.
- Subject Terms:
- Navigation -- Great Britain -- Early works to 1800.Pilot guides -- Great Britain -- Early works to 1800.Stewart, Charles -- Autograph.
- Nautical charts.
Engravings -- 1776.
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