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A state of the rise and progress of our disputes with Spain, and of the conduct of our ministers relating thereto
Spine title: Miscellanies 1739
Bib ID 1719237
Format BookBook [text, volume]
Author
Marchmont, Hugh Hume, Earl of, 1708-1794 author
 
Description London : Printed for T. Cooper, at the Globe, in Pater-Noster Row, [1739] 
[1], 76 pages ; 20 cm (8vo) 
Notes

Imprint date listed incorrectly as MDCCXXIXX

"Anonymous. By Hugh Hume Campbell, Earl of Marchmont."-- ESTC.

Signatures: B-K⁴ ,L-L²

National Library copy has vertical chain lines. A survey of various rare book sources cite this as an octavo.

National Library copy bound subsequent to publication.

Price on half title page: "[Price One Shilling]

Vignette on title page.

Contents list on front end paper handwritten in ink, includes handwritten initials "PR" on some title pages.

National Library copy bound with: Reasons for a war against Spain ... ( London; J.Wilford, 1737); The grand question, whether war, or no war, with Spain, impartially consider'd ... (London: J.Roberts, 1739); A letter from an absented member to a friend at Westminister, ... (London: J.Standen, 1739); An address to the electors, and other free subjects of Greatr Britain, occasion'd by the late secession ...(London: H.Goreham, 1739); His Catholick Majesty's manifesto, justifying his conduct in relation to the late convention...(London: Robert Amey, 1739); The convention vindicated from the misrepresentation of the enemies of our peace (London: J. Roberts, 1739); An appeal to the unprejudiced, concerning the present discontents occasioned by the late convention with Spain (London: T. Cooper, 1739); A series of wisdom and policy being a full justification of all our measures ever since the year 1721,...(London: T.Cooper, 1739); Popular prejudices against the convention and treaty with Spain, examin'd and answer'd with remarks, ...(London: T.Cooper, 1739)

Binding

Half bound in contemporary calf leather, marbled covered boards, 5 raised bands, leather title patch. 

Cited In

ESTC T578.

Subjects Great Britain -- Foreign relations -- Spain -- Early works to 1800.  |  Spain -- Foreign relations -- Great Britain -- Early works to 1800.
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