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The History Of England - Introduction Post by :albefree Category :Nonfictions Author :Jane Austen Date :May 2011 Read :738

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The History Of England - Introduction

THE HISTORY OF ENGLAND

FROM THE REIGN OF HENRY THE 4TH TO THE DEATH OF CHARLES THE 1ST

BY

A PARTIAL, PREJUDICED, AND IGNORANT HISTORIAN.


To Miss Austen, eldest daughter of
the Rev. George Austen, this work is
inscribed with all due respect by
THE AUTHOR.


N.B. There will be very few Dates in this History.

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