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Naval History Of Great Britain 6 Vols. 1859

by James W

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13 x 20cms. Together with t Index Pub. Navy Records Society 1895. Covers a little worn. and grubby. Spine covers a little torn at head & foot. Foxing. Few pages little creased. little staining. spines a little weak. all volumes. From Declaration of War by France in 1793 to Accession of George IV. New Ed. with additons & notes. Pub. by Richard Bentley. All vols. with portrait frontis. 28 tabular abstracts Vol. 1 456p. Vol. 2 483p. Vol. 3 510 p. Vol. 4 484p. Vol. 5 458p. Vol. 6410p. Bound blue cloth with ornamental gilt spines. The first of the smaller Bound vols..
  • Bookseller: G. L. GREEN LTD GB (GB)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 11409
  • Title: Naval History Of Great Britain 6 Vols. 1859
  • Author: James W
  • Book condition: Used
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Keywords: Naval; Napoleonic Period;
  • Bookseller catalogs: Napoleonic Period; List No. 311;

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