A Concise history of Birmingham, containing an account of its ancient state, and the latest improvements: together with a statement of the arrival and departure of the mails, stage coaches, waggons &c. &c., the whole forming a complete guide to the inhabitant and stranger
Printed and sold by R. Jabet, 1808 - Birmingham (England) - 78 pages
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