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COOKE, John (1738--1823)
[Historical account of the Royal Hospital for Seamen at Greenwich. Abridgments. 1816]
A description of the Royal Hospital for Seamen, at Greenwich: with a short account of the establishment; the chest at Greenwich; and the Royal Naval Asylum.
London: published by the chaplains. Sold only at the hospital. Price one shilling. And a perspective view of the hospital, price two shillings and sixpence, 1809.
48 p. ; 17.9 cm. (4°)

Anonymous. By John Cooke and John Maule, extracted from their Historical account of the Royal Hospital, London, 1789 and first published in 1794, with title A concise description. John Cooke was Chaplain to Greenwich Hospital and John Maule, Perpetual Curate of St. Mary's, Dover. Colophon: 'Printed by W. Winchester & Son, Strand, London'.

Copy Notes Bound (3) in a collection of pamphlets.

Binding C19th half calf, marbled-paper boards, gilt double-rule spine, black spine-label, gilt-lettered 'Malden's King's College Chapel &c'. Bound by Edwin Hutchinson for 1s. 2d., 28 February 1832. (Archive 7/16/29 book binding, half russia). Later numbered '99' in a series of pamphlet volumes.

Reference Number 2070


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