Catalog Record: Hume and Smollett's celebrated history of England, from its first settlement to the year 1760 : accurately and impartially abridged : and a continuation from that period to the coronation of George IV, July 19, 1821, embracing a period of nearly two thousand years | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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Hume and Smollett's celebrated history of England, from its first settlement to the year 1760 : accurately and impartially abridged : and a continuation from that period to the coronation of George IV, July 19, 1821, embracing a period of nearly two thousand years / By Rev. John Robinson.

Main Author: Hume, David, 1711-1776.
Related Names: Robinson, John 1774-1840., Smollett, T. 1721-1771
Language(s): English
Published: Hartford : D.F. Robinson, 1831.
Subjects: Great Britain > History.
Physical Description: 496 p., [24] leaves of plates ; 19 cm.
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