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HARVEY Gideon.
The City Remembrancer: Being Historical Narratives of The Great Plague at London, 1665, Great Fire, 1666; and Great Storm, 1703. To which are added, Observations and Reflections on the Plague in General &c.
London: Printed for W. Nicholl, in St. Paul's Church-yard, 1769. Two volumes, containing three parts, each with its own title page, as issued. The work on The Storm adapted from Defoe. Vol. I, pp. vi,vii,[1],456; Vol. II, pp. [vi],100,[4],232. The main titles very lightly soiled, one page with a small ink-mark but not concealing text, otherwise clean & fresh. Bound in contemporary calf, spines in six panels, tooled in gilt & blind, the the leading joints on both volumes cracked, more so on volume I. Engraved armorial bookplate. Vg. [Wellcome III, 219; Blake 199; BMC 11, 849]
Bookseller: Colin Page Books [Storrington, United Kingdom]
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