'From the Invasion of Julius Caesar, to the peace of Paris, 1814, in question and answer; from the most authentic documents: Including the recent glorious Achievements of the Duke of Wellington and the Allied Armies, and other important Transactions on the Continent of Europe. By Charles Lowndes. Continued from the Year 1806, and interspersed with numerous additional Narratives, many important Notes, and other interesting Improvements; by the Rev. J. Malham'. 1814 fourth edition of Lowndes' History of England, 'for the use of schools', with additions to bring it up to date.
Condition: Front board detached entirely from binding. In general, boards very shelfworn, corner bumped to card, rubbed, marked and peeling. Interior hinge splitting, page 71/71 only barely attached, minor to severe marks, foxing, discolouration throughout, some pages creased/ slightly torn, but all readable and binding mostly intact.