AN HISTORICAL DESCRIPTION OF THE METROPOLITAN CHURCH OF CHRIST, Canterbury:…

AN HISTORICAL DESCRIPTION OF THE METROPOLITAN CHURCH OF CHRIST, Canterbury: containing an account of its antiquities, and of its accidents and improvements, since the first establishment. With an English translation of the epitaphs, and a south prospect of the Cathedral. The second edition, greatly enlarged, with a Preface, containing observations on the Gothic Architecture. And an Historical Account of the Archbishops of Canterbury, from Augustin to the Present Time. Together with An Elegy, written by the Rev. John Duncombe, M.A. by [BURNBY, John].
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AN HISTORICAL DESCRIPTION OF THE METROPOLITAN CHURCH OF CHRIST, Canterbury: containing an account of its antiquities, and of its accidents and improvements, since the first establishment. With an English translation of the epitaphs, and a south prospect of the Cathedral. The second edition, greatly enlarged, with a Preface, containing observations on the Gothic Architecture. And an Historical Account of the Archbishops of Canterbury, from Augustin to the Present Time. Together with An Elegy, written by the Rev. John Duncombe, M.A.

Canterbury: Printed and sold by Simmons and Kirkby, 1783. [4], viii, 156 pages. Engraved frontispiece. Original marbled board boards recently finely re-backed in sheep gilt to match the leather corners; black gilt label. 206 x 133 mm. Corners a little worn; bookplate to front pastedown and a small address label to rear pastedown; else an excellent clean copy in a handsome binding. The first edition was published in 1772.

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