A Comparative View of the Inland Seas and Principal Lakes of the World
Introduction; Illustration, Extract
Physical Geography, Theology of Nature
'These depositories of water are scattered through the world by our bountiful Benefactor, and are reservoirs for watering the earth, and for replenishing the clouds, as well as for affording the means of communication with the various places that surround them' (12).
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