A Complete History of Algiers To Which is Prefixed, an Epitome of the General History of Barbary, ...

A Complete History of Algiers To Which is Prefixed, an Epitome of the General History of Barbary, from the Earliest Times: Interspersed with Many Curious Passages And Remarks, Not Touched on by Any Writer Whatever.

Morgan, J

Published by London: A Bettesworth and C Hitch, 1731
Condition: Very Good Hardcover
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London: A Bettesworth and C Hitch, 1731. First Edition. sm4to 25.5 cm. pp.vi, [iii]-vii, [7], 210 [20] 211-680, [24 ]pp, Modern half-leather with textured brown paper and marble end leaves. Spine with five raised bands, burgundy morocco label with bright gilt; interior very clean with brown toning to pages throughout. A Very Good+ copy of a scarce publication. Two works in one volume but with continuous pagination: title pages dated 1731 and 1728 respectively; contents of 2nd work bound after the title page of the second work rather than at the beginning as usual, ESTC T151063, it is possible that this is a reissue of the edition in two volumes with a new title page (see ESTC 98740). Bookseller Inventory # DRGp 7.15

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Title: A Complete History of Algiers To Which is ...

Publisher: London: A Bettesworth and C Hitch

Publication Date: 1731

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Very Good

Edition: 1st Edition

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