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The history of England from the accession of James II.

Macaulay, Thomas Babington.

Published by Harper & Brothers 1849?1861, New York, 1849
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Mixed set: The first two volumes were published in 1849, the next two in 1856, and the last, posthumously, in 1861. Vols. III & IV with indices to each vol. Vol. V with index to entire work. 8vo. 5 Vols. Vol. I: frontis, xi, 619 pp. + adv.[12]; Vol. II: xiii, 617 pp. + adv.[12]; Vol. III: xii, 686 pp.; Vol. IV: xi, 750 pp.; Vol. V: xiii, 304 pp. + adv.[8]. Publisher's black cloth. All volumes rubbed, heads of spines with small chips and tears, cloth with tears, etc. as is so common with books of this era (i.e., the cloth was and is brittle). Vol. V back cover detached. Owner's signature signed in year of publication in the first volume; scattered foxing throughout. Ex-library: call number label on spine, bookplate, blind pressure stamps. Bookseller Inventory # 23955

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Title: The history of England from the accession of...

Publisher: Harper & Brothers 1849?1861, New York

Publication Date: 1849

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