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Wood, John, 1704–1754

A description of Bath, wherein the antiquity of the city, as well as the eminence of its founder; its magnitude, situation ... are respectively treated of ... Illustrated with the figure of King Bladud, the first founder of the city; together with proper plans and elevations from twenty-two copper plates. By John Wood ...

The 2d ed., corr. and enl. ...
London, Printed for W. Bathoe, and T. Lownds, 1765.
Physical Description:
2 v. plates (part fold.) port., plans (part fold.) 21 cm.
Rare Books and Manuscripts
DA690 B3 W6 1765
Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Fund
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Copyright Status:
Copyright Not Evaluated
BAC : Advertisements: [1] p. at end of v. 2.
BAC : Includes a folding plan of Bath, engraved by W. Hibbart, and published by W. Frederick, H. Leake, and W. Taylor. According to the British Museum Catalogue of maps, it was published ca. 1780.
BAC : Plates by B. Baron, and P. Fourdrinier; after W. Hoare.
The sheets of the 1749 edition (the first edition in book form) reissued with new t.-p.'s-- Cf. Upcott, William. A bibliographical account of the principal works relating to English topography. London, 1818, p. 1150-53.
Subject Terms:
Bath (England) -- Description and travel.

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