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Naval and Military Exploits in the reign of George III
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Naval and Military Exploits in the reign of George III

Measurements: 14cm (5.5in) x 9.5cm (3.75in) x 4.8cm (2in)



'The Naval and Military Exploits which have distinguished the reign of George the Third: Accurately described, and methodically arranged by Jehoshaphat Aspin'
Published by Samuel Leigh, 18, Strand; Printed by W. Clowes, Northumberland Court, London, 1820.

784pgs, including 32 hand coloured aquatint plates depicting British battles from 1775 to 1816, the majority of which are taken from the Orme 'Record of British Valour' Picture medal (1815) and the 'Record of Naval Valour' Picture medal (1817).

Spine Title: Naval and Military History of the Reign of George III