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The wreck of Westminster Abbey, being a selection from the monumental records of the most conspicuous personages, who flourished towards the latter end of the eighteenth century, and which, from their Impartiality, have ever been considered a convincing Testimony of the Independance of the Age; including, among many others, the following Royal, Noble, and Literary Personages: The The The P- of W- D- of - P- W- H- D- of - L-y G-r J-s B-l, Esq. M-s of L- L-d T-w Mr. - Mr. F-x R-d B-y S-n, Esq. D- of D- D- of B- Lady A-r Lady E-n M-s of B- A- of - B- of D- B- of L- Sir G- P- T- D- of R- D- of Q- E- of S-h Sir J-n H-s Mrs. P-i Sir R-d W-y Mr. E-n Mrs. S-ns D- of N-k L-d M-o Mr. K-e Peter Pindar, Esq. Mrs. F-t Mr. G-n By the author of Kilkhampton Abbey.

Croft, Herbert, Sir, 1751-1816.
Mmi [1788?]
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London : printed for Charles Stalker, No. 4, Stationers Court, Ludgate-Street, Mmi [1788?]

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[4],60p.,plate ; 4⁰.


Seventh edition, with considerable additions.

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ESTC N25504

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Electronic reproduction. Farmington Hills, Mich. : Thomson Gale, 2003. (Eighteenth century collections online). Available via the World Wide Web. Access limited by licensing agreements.


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