2 edition of new, universal, and impartial history of England found in the catalog.
new, universal, and impartial history of England
George Frederick Raymond
|Statement||By George Frederick Raymond, assisted by Alexander Gordon and Hugh Owen, and others ...|
|Contributions||Gordon, Alexander, Owen, Hugh, esq.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||620,  p.|
|Number of Pages||620|
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Bumps to spine-ends, textblock tight and square, foxing. Get this from a library. A new, universal and impartial history of England. [George Frederick Raymond]. A new, universal, and impartial history of England: from the earliest authentic records, and most genuine historical evidence, to the end of the present year.
Embellished with upwards of beautiful copper-plate engravings By George Frederick Raymond, Esq. Assisted by Universal Gordon and Hugh Owen, Esqrs.
and others. **Pages 15 to ONLY, i.e. the beginning and end of the book are MISSING** Publisher and date unknown, assumed late 18th century. Rebound in brown cloth with new endpapers, the book begins in mid-sentence on p and ends in mid-sentence on page The history of New-England, containing an impartial account of the civil and ecclesiastical affairs of the country, to the year of Our Lord, To which is added, the present state of New-England.
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