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The history of the public revenue of the British empire [: Containing an account of the public income and expenditure from the remotest periods ... William Pitt] (Reprints of economic classics)

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The history of the public revenue of the British empire [: Containing an account of the public income and expenditure from the remotest periods ... William Pitt] (Reprints of economic classics)

by Sinclair, John

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Augustus M. Kelley. B0007I0MJ4 Kelley, 1966. Complete 3 vols, being reprint of the 3rd ed (1803-1804). Very good. Sold as set only. . Very Good.

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Member: Antiquarian Booksellers Association of America, International League of Antiquarian Booksellers, Massachusetts and Rhode Island Antiquarian Booksellers. "One of the finest in N.E. (&) the premier used book shop on Cape Cod" - Used Book Lovers Guide. We have about 70,000 booksv Located half way between Falmouth and Hyannis, we are named in honor of the famous colonial era printer and philantrophist, founder (1812) of the American Antiquarian Society in Worcester, where we in 1969. There we were stewards and renewers of a decorative Queen Anne Victorian. On Cape Cod since 1969, we take care of the newest (1860) Crocker family home in Barnstable's village of Cotuit: a tall peaked Italianate now painted pink and four other colors. The owner's training has included work in four libraries and apprenticeship with the Irving Ephraim (1908) - 1989) who began his own career during the depression. Assistants have always known the meaning of "book person." Remembering with fondness Mr. E. and the enormous influence of our home town librarians, we try to continue their tradition of service. Open Tues. - Sat. 10 - 5, Sun. 12 - 5. Open Monday in the summer.

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Any printing of a book which follows the original edition. By definition, a reprint is not a first edition.
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