Outlines of English history: from the Roman conquest to the present time.

by Edwards, Amelia Ann Blanford

Publisher: Brewer and Tileston in Boston

Written in English
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Outlines of English History from Roman Conquest to the Present Time. Boston: Hickling, Swan, and Brewer,First American Edition, revised and corrected. duodecimo, printed boards and redleather spine.

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[Amelia B Edwards]. Outlines of English history: from the Roman conquest to the present time: with observations on the progress of art, science, and civilization, and questions adapted to each paragraph:.

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