Christopher Browne (16..-1712)

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Country : Grande-Bretagne
Language : anglais
Gender : masculin
Birth : 16..
Death : 1712
Commercial activities : Éditeur, Distributeur
Note :
Cartographe et auteur de globes
ISNI : ISNI 0000 0001 1597 1561

Activities of Christopher Browne (16..-1712) (20)

Cartographe (11)

Nova Persiae Armeniae Natoliae et Arabiae Descriptio
[Cardigan, Montgomery, Radnor, Carmarthen, Glamorgan, Brecknock, Monmo., Gloces.r, Hereford, Worc.r, Salop] [avec un dépliant pour l'extrémité occidentale du Pembrockshire]
[Cornwall, Devon, Somerset, Dorset, Wilts., The Isle oe Portland]
[Cumberland, Northumberl.d, Westmorl.d, Bpp.k of Durham]
[Hants., Sussex, Surrey, Kent, I. of Wight]
[Isles of Man & Anglesey, Co. of Carnarvan, Merioneth, Denbigh, Flint, Chester, Lancaster, Derby, Stafford]
[Leices.r, Warw.k, Northamp.n, Oxf.d, Bucking.m, Bedf.d, Berks., Midl.x, Ess.x, Hartf.d, Camb.r, Suffolk, Norf.lk]
[York, Notingham & Lincoln, P.t of Norfolk]
This actuall Survey of London, Westminster & Southwark
A new Map of Virginia Mary-Land And the Improved Parts of Penn-sylvania & New-Jersey
A new map of the English Empire in the Ocean of America

Auteur du texte (3)

Imperii Russici sive Moscoviae status generalis...
Dorsetshyre with the shyre towne Dorchester described... corrected...
The war in Portugal and Spain with the harbours of the Groyne, Vigo, and Bayonna, Porto, Lisbon and St Ubes, Cadiz etc. and a chart from England to the Streights...

Éditeur commercial (2)

A new mapp of the theatre of the warr in Flanders and on the Rhine together with the Dutch and French Frontiers and their conquests in the same
A map of Virginia and Maryland

Marchand (2)

Paraquaria vulgo Paraguay cum adjacentibus
Imperii Russici sive Moscoviae, status generalis, in ejus regna, ducatus, provincias, populosq. subjacentes divisus

Auteur adapté (1)

Carte des Environs de Londres qui comprend le cours de la Tamise et les Provinces qui l'environnent tant au nord qu'au sud

Autre (1)

(A new map of the Kingdom of England, shewing its ancient and present government, seing divided as in the Saxon heptarchy, also into dioceses... and countyes)

See also (3)