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Blake, W. O. (1854). The volume of the world: embracing the geography, history, and statistics, of the nations of the earth: their governments, institutions, finances, population, industry, productions, arts, sciences, education, religion, laws, and customs; with complete statistical tables, from the latest authentic sources, and one hundred illustrations of works of art and nature, views of cities, public buildings, important localities, prominent objects in natural history, and delineations of civilized and savage life; also embellished with a map of the world on Mercator's projection, with its details brought down to the latest date of geographical discovery, and delineating the principal voyages of discovery since the time of Columbus. O: J. & H. Miller. Retrieved from