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Grimshaw, William. History of England, from the first invasion by Julius Caesar, to the peace of Ghent; comprising every political event worthy of remembrance: a progressive view of religion, language, and manners; of men eminent for their virtue or their learning; their patriotism, eloquence, or philosophical research; of the introduction of manufactures, and of colonial establishments. With an interrogative index, for the use of schools. By William Grimshaw, author of The improved history of Rome.The Women's Print History Project, 2019, title ID 21327, https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/title/21327. Accessed 2024-04-24.

@book{ wphp_21327
  author={Grimshaw,William},
  year={1819},
  title={History of England, from the first invasion by Julius Caesar, to the peace of Ghent; comprising every political event worthy of remembrance: a progressive view of religion, language, and manners; of men eminent for their virtue or their learning; their patriotism, eloquence, or philosophical research; of the introduction of manufactures, and of colonial establishments.  With an interrogative index, for the use of schools. By William Grimshaw, author of The improved history of Rome.},
  publisher={Benjamin Warner [171 Market Street]},
  address={Philadelphia},    }

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