The Life and Writings of Philip Late Duke of Wharton. in Two Volumes. ... of 2; Volume 2

Creative Media Partners, LLC, 2018 M04 20 - 362 páginas
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Main title pages printed in red and black. With an additional titlepage to vol.I: 'Memoirs of the life of his Grace Philip late Duke of Wharton. By an impartial hand. London: printed for J. Wilford, 1731'. Includes: 'The true Briton', nos.1-74 and 'His

London: printed; and sold by the booksellers of London and Westminster, 1732. 2v.([12],54,326, [3],328-685, [1]p.), plate: port.; 8°

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