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JOHN NICHOLS AND SON
[Catalogue. 1825?]
A catalogue of topographical, antiquarian, and miscellaneous books, published by John Nichols and Son, 25, Parliament Street.
[London, c. 1825?]
4 p. ; 22.4 cm. (8°)

Includes a reference to Nichols's The progresses, processions and magnificent festivities of King James the First (q.v.), the final portion of which was eventually published in 1828, as being 'in the Press'. An advertisement for that work, which includes an extract of a review in the Gentleman's Magazine of June 1826, is also in Soane's library (q.v.) and was probably printed not long before the author's sudden death on Sunday 26 November 1826.

Copy Notes Bound at the front of Edward Dayes, A picturesque tour through the principal parts of Yorkshire & Derbyshire, 1825 (q.v.).

Binding C19th full pink paper boards, printed paper spine-label reading 'Dayes's Tour In Yorkshire And Derbyshire'.

Reference Number 6555


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