Navigantium atque itinerantium bibliotheca, or, A complete collection of voyages and travels : consisting of above six hundred of the most authentic writers, beginning with Hackluit, Purchass, &c. in English; Ramusio, Alamandini, Carreri, &c. in Italian; Thevenot, Renaudot, Labat, &c. in French; De Brye, Grynaeus, Maffeus, &c. in Latin; Herrera, Oviedo, Coreal, &c. in Spanish; and the voyages under the direction of the East-India Company in Holland, in Dutch : together with such other histories, voyages, travels, or discoveries, as are in general esteem; whether published in English, Latin, French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, High and Low Dutch, or in any other European language : containing whatever has been observed worthy of notice in Europe, Asia, Africa, and America : in respect to the extent and situation of empires, kingdoms, provinces, &c. : the climate, soil, and produce, whether animal, vegetable, or mineral, of each country : likewise the religion, manners, and customs of the several inhabitants, their government, arts and sciences, publick buildings, mountains, rivers, harbours, &c. : illustrated by proper charts, maps, and cuts : to which is prefixed a copious introduction, comprehending the rise and progress of the art of navigation, and its successive improvements : together with the invention and use of the loadstone, and its variation : originally published in two volumes in folio / by John Harris ..
Edited by John Campbell.
First edition, London, 1705.
Imprint varies in v. 2 with the addition of J. Ward at the end of the list of booksellers.
Pagination: v. 1: , xvi, , 984 p.,  leaves of plates; v. 2: , 1056,  p.,  leaves of plates.
Title printed in red and black; woodcut head-and tail-pieces, initials.
Text in double columns.
Vol. 1 has an initial imprimatur leaf preceding t.p.
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SCDIRB copy (39088003699121, 39088004509865) has armorial bookplate of L.H. King-Harman of Newcastle.
SCDIRB copy imperfect: p. 279-280 of v. 1 mostly torn away, p. 467 torn in upper right corner.
SCDIRB copy quarter bound in modern brown goatskin and linen-cloth, title embossed on spine.