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The history of the conquest of Mexico by the Spaniards / translated into English from the original Spanish of Don Antonio de Solis ... by Thomas Townsend ... ; the whole translation revised and corrected by Nathanael Hooke ...

Main Author: Solís, Antonio de, 1610-1686.
Related Names: Hooke, N. 1690?-1763., Townsend, Thomas 18th cent.
Language(s): English ; Spanish
Published: London : Printed for T. Woodward ...; and H. Lintot ..., 1738.
Subjects: Mexico > History > Conquest, 1519-1540
Note: With [1] p. of advertisements at end of v. 2.
Translation of: Historia de la conquista de Mexico.
Caption title: The history of the conquest of Mexico, or New Spain.
Physical Description: 2 v. : fold. maps, fold. plates, fold. port.
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