A chronological history of Great-Britain

or, an impartial abstract of the most remarkable transactions, ... And is a supplement to Mr. Pointer"s Chronological history. To be publish"d every year. Year the third.
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Other titlesA chronological history of England.
ContributionsPointer, John, 1668-1754.
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A chronological history of Great-Britain: or, an impartial abstract of the most remarkable transactions, And is a supplement to Mr. Pointer's Chronological history.

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