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Creator:
Relhan, Anthony, 1715-1776.
Title(s):

A short history of Brighthelmston : with remarks on its air, and an analysis of its waters, particularly of an uncommon mineral one long discovered, though but lately used ... / by Anthony Relhan ...

Edition:
Published in 1761, Re-edited 1829.
Published/Created:
[London] : Printed for the editor by the Philanthropic Society ..., and may be had of Mr. Loder ... Brighthelmston, and of Mr. Lee, Printer, Lewes, 1829.
Physical Description:
xiii, [3], 65 p., [1] folded leaf of plates : ill. ; 24 cm.
Holdings:
Rare Books and Manuscripts
DA690 B78 R44 1829 Copy 1
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Copyright Status:
Copyright Not Evaluated
Classification:
Books
Notes:
Abbey, J.R. Life in England in aquatint and lithography, 1770-1860, 505
Illustrations after C. Lempriere.
British Art Center has 2 copies. Copy 1 is the Abbey copy and includes a letter from the editor, James Charles Michell, to the Sussex County Hospital. Both copies in green cloth boards.
Half t.p. reads: History of Brighthelmston.
Re-edited by James Charles Michell.
Subject Terms:
Brighton (England) -- Description and travel.
Brighton (England) -- History.
Egan, John -- Pres. insc. from James Charles Michell.
Lee, Mr. -- Publisher.
Lithography -- Specimens -- 1829.
Loder, Mr. -- Publisher.
Michell, James Charles -- Pres. insc. to John Egan.
Michell, James Charles -- Pres. insc. to Sussex County Hospital.
Michell, James Charles -- Publisher.
Mineral waters -- England -- Brighton.
Philanthropic Society -- Printer.
Contributors:
Michell, James Charles.
Lempriere, C., ill.
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