Outline of the coast of the Peloponnese as seen from the sea.
How these lands appear at Sea.
The English pilot. Part III: Describing the Sea-coasts, Capes, Head-lands, Bays, Roads, Harbours, Rivers and Ports; together with the Soundings, Sands, Rocks and Dangers in the whole Mediterranean Sea, likewise the Courses and Distances from one Place to another. The Setting of the Tides and Currents. The Ebbing and Flowing of the Sea. The Bearing, Distance and Prospect of the Land, and how thwy shew themselves at Sea. Carefully corrected, with new Additions of several Ports, Harbours, Bays, and Prospects of Land, never before made Public, London, Printed for J. Mount, and T. Page, MDCCLXXI [=1771].
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