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The Resource A seasonable and earnest address to the citizens of London, : soon after the dreadful fire which consumed the greatest part of that famous metropolis, in the year 1666. By that Reverend and faithful minister Mr. James Janeway. To which is added, Dr. Smollett's account of the said conflagration and the imputed causes thereof. Taken from his History of England. Together with a particular relation of the great fire of Boston, in New-England; which broke out at the Brazen-Head, in Cornhill, about two o'clock in the morning, on March 20, 1760, (electronic resource)

A seasonable and earnest address to the citizens of London, : soon after the dreadful fire which consumed the greatest part of that famous metropolis, in the year 1666. By that Reverend and faithful minister Mr. James Janeway. To which is added, Dr. Smollett's account of the said conflagration and the imputed causes thereof. Taken from his History of England. Together with a particular relation of the great fire of Boston, in New-England; which broke out at the Brazen-Head, in Cornhill, about two o'clock in the morning, on March 20, 1760, (electronic resource)

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A seasonable and earnest address to the citizens of London, : soon after the dreadful fire which consumed the greatest part of that famous metropolis, in the year 1666. By that Reverend and faithful minister Mr. James Janeway. To which is added, Dr. Smollett's account of the said conflagration and the imputed causes thereof. Taken from his History of England. Together with a particular relation of the great fire of Boston, in New-England; which broke out at the Brazen-Head, in Cornhill, about two o'clock in the morning, on March 20, 1760
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A seasonable and earnest address to the citizens of London,
Title remainder
soon after the dreadful fire which consumed the greatest part of that famous metropolis, in the year 1666. By that Reverend and faithful minister Mr. James Janeway. To which is added, Dr. Smollett's account of the said conflagration and the imputed causes thereof. Taken from his History of England. Together with a particular relation of the great fire of Boston, in New-England; which broke out at the Brazen-Head, in Cornhill, about two o'clock in the morning, on March 20, 1760
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eng
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MWA
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  • 8626
  • W2995
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  • Evans
  • English Short Title Catalog
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1636?-1674
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Janeway, James
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patent document
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  • 1724-1776
  • 1737-1767
  • 1732-approximately 1776
  • 1721-1771
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  • Fowle, Zechariah
  • Draper, Samuel
  • Mecom, Benjamin
  • Smollett, T.
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A seasonable and earnest address to the citizens of London, : soon after the dreadful fire which consumed the greatest part of that famous metropolis, in the year 1666. By that Reverend and faithful minister Mr. James Janeway. To which is added, Dr. Smollett's account of the said conflagration and the imputed causes thereof. Taken from his History of England. Together with a particular relation of the great fire of Boston, in New-England; which broke out at the Brazen-Head, in Cornhill, about two o'clock in the morning, on March 20, 1760, (electronic resource)
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  • Another issue (not in Evans or Bristol) has imprint: Boston+ Printed and sold by Fowle and Draper, at their printing-office in Marlboro-Street. 1760
  • Reproduction of original from Library of Congress
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ESTCW2995
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80.
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unknown
Extent
55,[1]pages
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electronic
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not applicable
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Electronic reproduction.
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remote
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  • (Uk-ES)006444459
  • (Uk-ES)006444459
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A seasonable and earnest address to the citizens of London, : soon after the dreadful fire which consumed the greatest part of that famous metropolis, in the year 1666. By that Reverend and faithful minister Mr. James Janeway. To which is added, Dr. Smollett's account of the said conflagration and the imputed causes thereof. Taken from his History of England. Together with a particular relation of the great fire of Boston, in New-England; which broke out at the Brazen-Head, in Cornhill, about two o'clock in the morning, on March 20, 1760, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • Another issue (not in Evans or Bristol) has imprint: Boston+ Printed and sold by Fowle and Draper, at their printing-office in Marlboro-Street. 1760
  • Reproduction of original from Library of Congress
Control code
ESTCW2995
Dimensions
80.
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
55,[1]pages
Form of item
electronic
Reformatting quality
not applicable
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (Uk-ES)006444459
  • (Uk-ES)006444459

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