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    Hamilton, Charles. Transactions During the Reign of Queen Anne; From the Union to the Death of that Princess. Edinburgh: For William Creech, P. Hill, A. Strahan, and T. Cadell, 1790. 4to. a-b4, c2, A-2U4.xx, 342, [2 (blank)]p. 1/2 modern calf, marbled pasteboard boards, corners worn. Banded spine, red morocco label with gilt lettering. Red speckled edges. Bookplate of Horatio Granville Murray Stewart on front pastedown. Light browning and foxing. From the Krown & Spellman Collection. Krown & Spellman retail: $150.00

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    Charles Hamilton (1738-1800) published this work from materials inherited from his father, a student of antiquities. He himself was the grandson of James Douglas, earl of Arran by Lady Barbara Fitzroy, the natural daughter of Charles II and the Duchess of Cleveland.              

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