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A description of England and Wales, containing a particular account of each county, with its antiquities, curiosities, situation, figure, extent, climate, rivers, lakes, mineral waters, soils, fossils, caverns, plants and minerals, agriculture, civil and ecclesiastical divisions, cities, towns, palaces, seats, corporations, markets, fairs, manufactures, trade, sieges, battles, and the lives of the illustrious men each county has produced : embellished with two hundred and forty copper plates, of palaces, castles, cathedrals, the ruins of Roman and Saxon buildings, and of abbeys, monasteries, and other religious houses, besides a variety of cuts of urns, inscriptions, and other antiquities
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Author Newbery and Carnan, publisher
Date 1769
Format Book
Description 366 pages
Language English
Subject History
Contributor University of California Libraries