The present state of Great-Britain and Ireland

Publication Date1711
RemainderIn three parts. The I. Of South II. of North Britain. III. of Ireland. Containing An Accurate and Impartial Account of these great and famous Islands: Of their several Counties, and their Inhabitants; the Advantages and Disadvantages of Both, in respect to Foreign Countries; and their Curiosities both of Nature and Art. Of the vast, populous, and opulent City of London, the Metropolis of Great-Britain; and of the Famous Universities of the Land. Of the Britains Original, Language, Temper, Genius, Religion, Morals, Trade, &c. Their Nobility, Gentry, Clergy, and Commonalty. Their Laws and Government; With a succinct History of all the English Monarchs to this time. The present Princes and Princesses of the Blood Royal, and the Settlement of the Succession in the Protestant Line. With the lists of the present Officers in Church and State, Of Both Houses of Parliament, and of the Convocation. To which are added, the maps of the three Kingdoms
Publisherprinted by J. H. for J. Nicholson at the Queen's-Arms in Little-Britain; A. Bell at the Cross-Keys and Bible in Cornhill; R. Smith at the Bible under the Piazza of the Royal-Exchange; and J. Round at Seneca's Head in Exchange-Alley




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