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 the illustrious King Edward the First. The whole brought down to the present period, and carefully selected from the records of the town, and other original manuscripts, occasionally interspersed with desultory entertaining anecdotes, compiled by George Hadley.
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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