Titre : The Annual Register, or a View of the ...
Éditeur : London; T. Burton, printer,for Otridge and Son, J. Sewell, Clarke and son, T. Hurst, et al, 1802.
Date d'édition : 1802
Reliure : Hardcover
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Condition: Very Good: solid, straight, legible; ex-libris bookplate of Charles Smith; some foxing, especially at first and last dozen sheets inc. title page and index Hardcover full leather with red morocco title patch, 8vo, 288 + 557 pp, [+14 pp table of contents at rear]; #45 embossed on spine beneath the morocco patch. The year 1801 is fraught with a greter number of important events than any other that has elapsed since the commencement of the Annual Register. From the Molucca Islands to the North Sea there was no country or coast that was not . a scene of military perparation or action, or political negotiation-- Much on details of naval successes, Lord Nelson, Napoleon. 75 . N° de réf. du libraire 202201
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