The history of England: from the Revolution in 1688, to the death of George II. : designed as a continuation of Hume : embellished with engravings on copper and wood, from original designs, Volume 5
Printed for R. Scholey ... Vernor, Hood, and Sharpe ... B. Crosby & Co. ... London, and J. Ballantyne & Co. Edinburgh, 1811 - Great Britain
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