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Lot 306
STEELE (RICHARD) The Crisis: or, a Discourse Representing, from the Most Authentick Records, the Just Causes of the Late Happy Revolution, FIRST EDITION, second issue, 1714
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STEELE (RICHARD)
The Crisis: or, a Discourse Representing, from the Most Authentick Records, the Just Causes of the Late Happy Revolution, FIRST EDITION, second issue, blindstamp on 2 leaves, modern quarter morocco [Kress 2931; Rothschild 1950], small 4to, Sam. Buckley, and Sold by Ferd. Burleigh, 1714
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