The history of Liverpool from the earliest records: ornamented with views of its public buildings and sketches and descriptions of the picturesque scenery in the neighbourhood, for several miles around drawn and engraved by T. Troughton. By John Corry.
- Liverpool: Printed by G. F. Harris, 1806.
- Physical Description:
- , vi, 312 p.,  leaves of plates: ill.; 28 cm.
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- Head-piece, tail-pieces.
Plates signed by H. Hole and Branston; after J. Penn.
- Subject Terms:
- Culshaw, George Harold -- Bookplate.Harris, G. F. -- Printer.
- Wood engravings -- 1806.
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Corry, John, approximately 1770-, The history of Liverpool from the earliest records, 1806
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