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The new state of England, under our Sovereign, Queen Anne. In three parts. Containing, I. An exact and particular Description both of England and Wales, through their several Counties; with all Things Remarkable therein, and the best Account hitherto of London and Westminster. II. Of the Original, Temper, Genius, Language, Trade, Laws, and Religion of the English. Of our several Orders of Men, the Nobility, Gentry, Clergy, and Commonalty. III. Of the English Monarchy in general, its Greatness and Power, the Sovereign's Prerogative, Dignity, Titles and Arms; With a compendious History of the Kings and Queens of England to this Time. Of the Present Queen in particular, Her Court, Forces, and Revenues, with the Management thereof. Of the present Princes and Princesses of the Royal Blood, and the Succession to the Crown as it stands settled in the Protestant Line. Of the High-Court of Parliament, Privy Council, and all Courts of Judicature. With the newest and exactest lists of Her Majesty's Officers in Church and State, and of the present Parliament and Convocation that has been Published.
- Miège, Guy, 1644-1718?.
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London : printed for H. Mortlock, and J. Robinson, in S. Paul's Church-Yard, 1707.
,175,;71,;307,p.,plate : port. ; 8⁰.
The sixth edition, with great alterations, additions, and improvements.
Electronic reproduction. Farmington Hills, Mich. : Thomson Gale, 2003. (Eighteenth century collections online). Available via the World Wide Web. Access limited by licensing agreements.