Bullion and Foreign Exchanges Theoretically and Practically Considered: Followed by a Defence of the Double Valuation, With Special Reference to the ... System of Universal Coinage (Classic Reprint)
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American Entomology (v. 2): A Description of the Insects of North American, With Illustrations Drawn and Colored After Nature
The history of Henrie the fourth vvith the battell at Shrewsburie, betweene the King, and Lord Henry Percy, surnamed Henry Hotspur of the north. With ... Newly corrected by W. Shake-speare. (1604)