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War-Pictures from Clarendon; Being Selections from the History of The Great Rebellion and Civil Wars in England by  Earl of  Edward - First impression. - 1912 - from Ryan OHorne Books and

War-Pictures from Clarendon; Being Selections from the History of The Great Rebellion and Civil Wars in England

by Clarendon, Edward, Earl of

Condition: Good

Oxford at the Clarendon Press; London., 1912. Good. Ex-library. Lacking dust jacket. Publishers green buckram. Stamps and pencil annotations to title page. Sound and clean throughout. 276pp. . First impression.. Hard. 12mo. 7 1/3".. Good. Illus. by 12 b/w facsimile reproductions of portraits. .



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