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Gaultier, Aloisius Edouard Camille. A complete course of geography, by means of instructive games, invented by the Abbé Gaultier. The third edition, corrected, improved, and divided into two parts. The first containing the game of simple geography, viz. That which teaches the names and situation of the different countries and places of the earth. The second containing a geographical game illustrative of ancient and modern history. To which is prefixed, a treatise, or short account, of the artificial sphere. Nota.-The following things are necessary for the first game, viz. I. A set of common maps, and another containing merely the outlines of kingdoms, provinces, course of rivers, situations of principal towns, islands, mountaints, &c. II. A set of counters, having the names of kingdoms, provinces, islands, seas, rivers, &c. marked on them; that the pupils may themselves explain and point out their situation on the plain map.The Women's Print History Project, 2019, title ID 15013, https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/title/15013. Accessed 2024-04-22.

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  author={Gaultier,Aloisius Edouard Camille},
  year={1799},
  title={A complete course of geography, by means of instructive games, invented by the Abbé Gaultier. The third edition, corrected, improved, and divided into two parts. The first containing the game of simple geography, viz. That which teaches the names and situation of the different countries and places of the earth. The second containing a geographical game illustrative of ancient and modern history. To which is prefixed, a treatise, or short account, of the artificial sphere. Nota.-The following things are necessary for the first game, viz. I. A set of common maps, and another containing merely the outlines of kingdoms, provinces, course of rivers, situations of principal towns, islands, mountaints, &c. II. A set of counters, having the names of kingdoms, provinces, islands, seas, rivers, &c. marked on them; that the pupils may themselves explain and point out their situation on the plain map.},
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