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HISTORY OF THE PLAGUE IN LONDON 1665 by  Daniel De Foe - Hardcover - 1889 - from Popeks Books, IOBA and


by De Foe, Daniel

Condition: Good/No Jacket

New York: George Bell and Sons, 1889. This antique hardcover book is bound in blue cloth boards with black lettering on the spine and black and red lettering on the front. Cover has mild edgewear, owner's name written on front decorative cover; owner's name is also on endpapers. Inner pages are browned, but most are clean. 205 pages; approx. 4"x7".. Hard Cover. Good/No Jacket. Illus. by None.



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