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de Beajour, Felix. Sketch of the United States of North America, at the commencement of the Nineteenth Century, from 1800 to 1810; with Statistical Tables, and a New Map, by the author; containing All the late Discoveries, and exhibiting the Division of Territorial Zonesm Boundary Lines, &c. By Le Chevalier Felix de Beaujour, ancient member of the tribunate, late French Consul-General in the United States, author of the View of the Commerce of Greece, &c. &c. Translated from the French, with illustrative notes and appendix by William Walton, Esq.The Women's Print History Project, 2019, title ID 25034, https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/title/25034. Accessed 2024-05-23.

@book{ wphp_25034
  author={de Beajour,Felix},
  year={1814},
  title={Sketch of the United States of North America, at the commencement of the Nineteenth Century, from 1800 to 1810; with Statistical Tables, and a New Map, by the author; containing All the late Discoveries, and exhibiting the Division of Territorial Zonesm Boundary Lines, &c. By Le Chevalier Felix de Beaujour, ancient member of the tribunate, late French Consul-General in the United States, author of the View of the Commerce of Greece, &c. &c. Translated from the French, with illustrative notes and appendix by William Walton, Esq.},
  publisher={John Booth \& Edmund Lloyd [23 Harley Street] \& James Ridgway [170 Piccadilly] \& Hannah Black, Parry, & Co. \& Effingham Wilson [Royal Exchange] \& Gale, Curtis, and Fenner \& William Mason \& },
  address={London},    }

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