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BALDWIN, Robert (d. 1804)
To the public. Mr. Dance's resignation of surveyor to the gaol of Newgate, and a case being published by Mr. Peacock, reflecting on Mr. Baldwin, ... makes it necessary, ... to publish the following declaration, in answer to Mr. Peacock's case. ...
[London]: 1773.
2 p. ; 32.8 cm. (2°)

Half-sheet, drop-head title. Anonymous. By Robert Baldwin. Dated at end: Queen-Street, Bloomsbury, September 21, 1773. The dispute and Baldwin's claims against James Peacock and George Dance are discussed by Dorothy Stroud, George Dance architect, 1741--1825 (London 1971), pp. 89--90.

Binding Loose sheet.

Reference Number 6196


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