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  • Title The history of Great-Britain, from the first inhabitants thereof, 'till the death of Cadwalader, last king of the Britains; and of the Kings of Scotland to Eugenev. As also A short Account of the Kings, Dukes, and Earls of Bretagne, 'till that Dukedom was united to the Crown of France, ending with the Year of our Lord 68; in which are several Pieces of Taliessin, an antient British Poet, and a Defence of the Antiquity of the Scotish Nation: With many other Antiquities, never before published in the English Tongue: With a Compleat Index to the Whole. By John Lewis, Esq; Barrester at Law. Now first published from his original manuscript. To which is added, The breviary of Britayne, written in Latin by Humfrey Lhuyd, of Denbigh, a Cambre Britayne; and lately englished by Thomas Twine, Gent
  • Author Lewis, John, 1701 or 2-?
  • Publication Date MDCCXXIX. [1729]
  • Imprint London : printed for F. Gyles in Holborn, Mess. Woodman and Lyon in Covent-Garden, and C. Davis in Pater-Noster-Row, MDCCXXIX. [1729].
  • Pages 424
  • Language English
  • Document Type Monograph
  • Microfilm Reel # 10934
  • ESTC Number T113293
  • Physical Description [6],71,[1];251,[1];[22],52[i.e.46],[2];[32]p. ; 2°
  • Source Library British Library
  • Gale Document Number GALE|CW0103929380

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