3 edition of A study of the use of local information by county planners and the members of a local historical society found in the catalog.
A study of the use of local information by county planners and the members of a local historical society
|Statement||by Timothy Michael Huston.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 microfilm reel|
Dedication. Gentlemen, ladies and others, the intent of publishing this book in this nature is, that each person shall first have the reading of it through, and then consider the weighty matters herein containd. ... So that in case, after twelve hours time to peruse it over, this jewel shall not be thought worthy of the price ... Be pleasd to keep it clean, and return it to the bearer. N.B. Since the nations of Great Britain are ... concernd, ... of ... the plague spreading, ... in this year ensuing 1722. ... They have in this book, ... candidly set forth, the true experiencd remedies made use of in the year of the great sickness 1665 in London, ...
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