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The journal of an excursion to the United States of North America in the summer of 1794 [electronic resource] : embellished with the profile of General Washington, and an aqua-tinta view of the state house at Philadelphia / by Henry Wansey ..

Main Author: Wansey, Henry, 1752?-1827.
Language(s): English
Published: Salisbury [England] : Printed and sold by J. Easton, sold also by G. and T. Wilkie ... London, 1796.
Subjects: États-Unis > Descriptions et voyages > 1783-1848.
United States > Description and travel > 1783-1848.
Note: Tables.
'"Nothing extenuate, nor set down aught in malice"--Shakespeare.'
ISBN: 0665540485
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