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Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

Great Britain. England, 1066-1741.

First map of Europe (Britain and Ireland). Full gold border.

Cantebrigia, opulentissimi Angli[a]e Regni vrbs celeberrimi nominis, ab Academi[a]e conditore Cantabro, cognominata : a Granta fluuio vicino Cairgrant, saxonib. Grauntecestre, et Grantebrige iam olim nuncupata.

New England the most remarqueable parts thus named by the high and mighty Prince Charles, prince of Great Britain.

New England the most remarqueable parts thus named by the high and mighty Prince Charles, nowe king of Great Britain.

Great Britain, 1644-1900

Great Britain, 1644-1900

Great Britain, 1644-1900

Great Britain, 1644-1900

Great Britain, 1644-1900

Great Britain, 1644-1900

Great Britain, 1644-1900

Great Britain, 1644-1900

Great Britain, 1644-1900

Great Britain, 1644-1900

Great Britain, 1644-1900

Great Britain, 1644-1900

Great Britain, 1644-1900

Great Britain, 1644-1900

Great Britain, 1644-1900

Great Britain, 1644-1900

Great Britain, 1644-1900

Great Britain, 1644-1900

Great Britain, 1644-1900

Great Britain, 1644-1900

Great Britain, 1644-1900

Great Britain, 1644-1900

Great Britain, 1644-1900

Great Britain, 1644-1900

Great Britain, 1644-1900

Great Britain, 1644-1900

Great Britain, 1644-1900

An exact survey of the street lanes …

A new map of the English plantations in America.

America.

The English empire in America

A prospect of the inside of the Collegiate Church of St. Peter in Westminster, from the Quire to the East End, with the furniture thereof, as it apeared before the Grand Proceeding entred; shewing the position of the altar, theatre, thrones, chairs, pulpit, benches, seats and galleries.

The first plate of the regalia : the open pall, the supertunica of cloath of gold, the surcoat of crimson sattin, a armilla, the colobium sindonis, a buskin, a sandall, the spurrs, the ampulla or eaglet, the anointing spoon, King Edwards Chair in which his Majestie was crownd, curtana or the sword of mercy, the second sword, the third sword.

A groundplot of part of the citty of Westminster.

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