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A Biographical History of England, From Egbert the Great to the Revolution

£190.00

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By The Rev. J. Granger, Vicar of Shiplake, in Oxfordshire. Four Volumes, Second edition, 1775. Printed for T. Davies in Russell Street; J. Robson, Bond Street; G. Robinson, Paternoster Row; T. Becket, T. Cadell, and T. Evans, in the Strand. London.

Four volumes bound in brown leather. Gilt lettering on spine and edges chased. Spines chipped, shelf wear to edges and bumped corners. Volume 4 shows hinge cracking to rear board, but all volumes show slight external hinge cracks at top of spines. All volumes have two book plates on interior of front board and end paper: "Lavington" and "From the Wilberforce Library Backsettown". Volume I includes a portrait of the author. End papers show tanning and slight foxing, and hinge cracking internally. Interior is clean and legible with virtually no foxing.

Vol 1 376 pages plus index, Vol 2 436 pages, Vol 3 420 pages, Vol 4 407 pages

Item details

Author(s):
Rev. J. Granger
Condition:
Fair
Dimensions:
5 1/4" x 8 1/2"
Edition:
Second, 1775
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
T. Becket, T. Cadell, and T. Evans, in the Strand. London.
Title:
A Biographical History of England, From Egbert the Great to the Revolution, Vol 1, 2, 3, 4

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By The Rev. J. Granger, Vicar of Shiplake, in Oxfordshire. Four Volumes, Second edition, 1775. Printed for T. Davies in Russell Street; J. Robson, Bond Street; G. Robinson, Paternoster Row; T. Becket, T. Cadell, and T. Evans, in the Strand. London.

Four volumes bound in brown leather. Gilt lettering on spine and edges chased. Spines chipped, shelf wear to edges and bumped corners. Volume 4 shows hinge cracking to rear board, but all volumes show slight external hinge cracks at top of spines. All volumes have two book plates on interior of front board and end paper: "Lavington" and "From the Wilberforce Library Backsettown". Volume I includes a portrait of the author. End papers show tanning and slight foxing, and hinge cracking internally. Interior is clean and legible with virtually no foxing.

Vol 1 376 pages plus index, Vol 2 436 pages, Vol 3 420 pages, Vol 4 407 pages

Author(s):
Rev. J. Granger
Condition:
Fair
Dimensions:
5 1/4" x 8 1/2"
Edition:
Second, 1775
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
T. Becket, T. Cadell, and T. Evans, in the Strand. London.
Title:
A Biographical History of England, From Egbert the Great to the Revolution, Vol 1, 2, 3, 4

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