1769 LONDON MAGAZINE Bound Vol-23 PLATES! Gentleman's

Original THE LONDON MAGAZINE or GENTLEMAN'S MONTHLY INTELLIGENCER bound volume XXXVII, January-December, 1769. COMPLETE in 688 pgs + supplements, 8vo (8 1/2" x 5 1/4").

This volume contains all TWENTY-THREE copper engraving, including THREE (3) folding maps: "CHEAP WARD, WITH ITS DIVISION INTO PARISHES..." (8 1/4" X 10 1/4"), "MAP OF INDOSTAN" (12 1/4" X 13 3/4") , & "SEAT OF WAR BETWEEN THE RUSSIANS, POLES, & TURKS" (9" X 11 1/2").

The additional FULL PAGE steel engraved illustrations are: "THE FRONTISPIECE", "MINSDEN CHAPEL", "VIEW OF FOOT'S-CRAY PLACE, IN KENT", "THE ROADS FROM YORK TO WHITBY AND SCARBOUROUGH IN YORKSHIRE" (full page map), "THE NATURAL CASCADE AT BOLTON, YORKSHIRE", "THE ADDRESSERS", "A BATTLE OF TEMPLE BAR", "PORTRAIT TO PASCAL PAOLI", "A VIEW OF WALTON BRIDGE", "MR. POWELL IN THE CHARACTER OF CYRUS", "THE CITY CARRIERS", "D. GARRICK, ESQ/WM. SHAKESPEAR", "JAMES BOSWELL, ESQ.", "VIEW OF WILTON IN WILTSHIRE...", "THE STATUE OF HERCULES", "MODERN UNIVERSAL MONEY TABLE" (folding, 24" x 18"), "HEADS OF MESSRS. BECKFORD, TOWNSEND, AND SAWBRIDGE", & "THE POLAR BEAR".

This volume contains several news articles about AMERICA, including a report in the June issue, reporting on the nomination of "freeholders" to represent America in the General Assembly. The article reads, "Boston, May
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