A NEW HISTORY OF ENGLAND; from the invasion of Julius Cæsar to the beginning of the year MDCCXCIV. Adorned with cuts of all the Kings and Queens since the Norman Conquest.
London: Darton and Harvey, 1797. Price Sixpence. 120 pages. Illustrated with pastedown woodcuts to both boards, and thirty-three cuts within the text. Original Dutch floral paper-covered boards. 120 x 82 mm. Small book label of one William Evans in the blank margin on the front pastedown; corners a little worn; else a very good copy. Essentially this is the Newbery History of England, the last edition of which was 1790, brought up to date and with the addition of an extra woodcut, first printed in 1794. See Roscoe J258; Darton G 701(2).