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Edward Wells, A New Sett Of Maps Both Of Antient And Present Geography (London, 1706).

The English geographer Edward Wells was tutor to William, Duke of Gloucester. He devised this atlas to aid in the teaching of his young student, but the Duke died in 1700 before it could be completed.

Citation: Edward Wells, A New Sett Of Maps Both Of Antient And Present Geography (London, 1706). Marsh's Library Exhibits ‘Mapping History’ curated by Annaleigh Margey, Jason McElligott and Sue Hemmens with Armagh Robinson Library; Held by Armagh Robinson Library; accessed April 14, 2021, https://www.marshlibrary.ie/digi/exhibits/show/maps/item/581

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