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History of New-England Containing An Impartial Account of the

NEAL, Daniel.

Publication Date: 1720
Soft cover
From G.S. MacManus Co., ABAA (Bryn Mawr, PA, U.S.A.)

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NEAL, Daniel. The History of New-England Containing An Impartial Account of the Civil and Ecclesiastical Affairs of the Country to .1700. To Which is Added the Present State of New-England. With A New and Accurate Map of the Country. And An Appendix Containing their Present Charter, Their Ecclesiastical Discipline, and Their Municipal-Laws. London: Printed for J.Clark, R.Ford, and R.Cruttenden, 1720. Two volumes.[2],vi,x,[2],330; [4],331-712,xv,[1]pp. plus folding map and including publisher's advertisements on final printed page. Titlepages printed in red and black. Antique-style paneled calf, gilt morocco labels. Lightly tanned, an occasional fox mark. A very good set, in a handsome binding. In a half calf and cloth slipcase. HOWES N26, "aa." PILLING, PROOF-SHEETS 2726. LARNED 992. SABIN 52140. EUROPEAN AMERICANA 720/178. Larned has high praise for this book: "[Neal's] work was superior to anything of the kind that preceded it.his attitude is that of one who wishes to remain impartial. He deals chiefly with political, religious, and military questions, but has an interesting chapter, largely condensed from Josselyn, describing the state of New England; and he has paid some attention to legislative history.His style is often sprightly and he displays a sense of humor. For some aspects of the revolution of 1688- 1689 his work is still useful." Contains a few Indian words and sentences, with English translations. The map is an excellent depiction of New England from Long Island north. Bookseller Inventory # 48139

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Title: History of New-England Containing An ...

Publication Date: 1720

Binding: Soft cover

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