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    [British History]. Henry Hallam. The Constitutional History of England from the Accession of Henry VII to the Death of George II, Vols. I - III.
    New edition. Complete in three twelvemo volumes. Contemporary full-calf, spines lettered in gilt. Extremities gently rubbed, bumped, soiled and edgeworn. Light scattered foxing. Owner's ink inscription. Very good. From the collection of Judith Adelman.


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