A new and complete history of the town and county of the town of Kingston-upon-Hull
with a cursory review of, and observations on the ancient legend, from its original foundation in A.D. 1296
by Hadley, George
Written in English.
Continued to 1791.
Paging irregular: numbers 185-188 repeated; p. 788 numbered 782.
"Originally published in numbers."--Boyne's Yorkshire library.
In double columns.
Inscribed above portrait of Edward I. (front.): "Frontispiece to Briggs's New and complete history of Kingston upon Hull."
"In 1788 Thomas Briggs, a printer, of Kingston-upon-Hull, persuaded Hadley to put his name to a wretched compilation called 'A new and complete history of the town and county of the town of Kingston-upon-Hull.'''--Dict. of nat. biog.
|Library of Congress||DA690.H9 H1|
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|Pagination||1 v. in 2 (2 p. l., iv, 887 (i. e. 891),  p.)|
|Number of pages||891|
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