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Good. In Three Parts. 592 pp. 8vo. Cloth. Third edition revised, with appendix. Boards scuffed, lightly rubbed, lightly soiled; cup ring dampstain mark to front board. Edgeworn w/ board expose; spine ends chipped away; spine cloth wrinkled & faded. Open tears, splitting to joints (through to hinges in rear only), repaired as much as possible by seller. Light foxing, text offsetting, few scattered soil marks to pgs throughout, never impacts readability. Textblock remains sturdily bound. Numerous b&w plates. 'Part 1. A Historical Sketch of New Hampshire, from its first settlement to the adoption of the federal constitution in 1788. Part II. A Gazetteer of New Hampshire; containing a particular description of the several towns, cities, villages, &c...Part III. A General View of New Hampshire; Containing a description of its soil, productions, climate; its geological and mineralogical features...'
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