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Heath, Charles, 1761–1831
Historical and descriptive accounts of the ancient and present state of the town of Monmouth, : including a variety of particulars deserving the stranger's notice, relating to the borough and its neighbourhood. Collected from original papers and unquestionable authorities, the whole never before published. / By Charles Heath, printer, Monmouth.
[Monmouth]: Printed and sold by him, [Charles Heath] in the Market Place: sold also by Mr. Roberts, Ross; Mrs. Kirby, Chepstom; and at all the inns in the county, 1804.
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[282] p. ; 21 cm.
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DA745 M6 H4
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With: Descriptive account of the Kymin pavilion, and Beaulieu grove, with their various views; to which is added, a description of the naval temple, with notices of Buckstone, a supposed druidical relique, near it. /Charles Heath. [Monmouth]: Printed and sold by him ⁰Charles Heath], 1807.
Subject Terms:
Heath, Charles -- Printer.
Kirby, Mrs. -- Publisher.
Pitt, William -- Autograph.
Roberts, Mr. -- Publisher.

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