AN ACCOUNT OF THE EUROPEAN SETTLEMENTS IN AMERICA in Six Parts. An accurate Description of the Settlements in it, their extent, Climate, Productions, Trade, Genius and Disposition of their Inhabitants: The Interests of the several Powers of Europe with respect to those settlements; and their Political and Commercial Views with regard to each other.

By: Burke, William and Richard

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Two 8vo volumes. pp. [8], xii, 324; xii, 308; 2 folding maps The third edition with improvements. [First published 1757.] Speckled calf, gilt borders and titles, five raised bands on spine. Joints and hinges cracked; edge and corner wear, latter rubbed and bumped; moderate surface wear overall; original titles between top two bands have been replaced with paper labels, cracked. Pastedowns and end paper age-toned; overall text block is clean and tight. Binding, though contemporaneous, does not appear to be original. The author(s) are uncertain, but generally believed to have been William and Richard Burke (cousin and brother of Edmund Burke to whom the work is sometimes attributed.) Folding maps in each volume by Emanuel Bowen are general maps of North and South America.

Title: AN ACCOUNT OF THE EUROPEAN SETTLEMENTS IN AMERICA in Six Parts. An accurate Description of the Settlements in it, their extent, Climate, Productions, Trade, Genius and Disposition of their Inhabitants: The Interests of the several Powers of Europe with respect to those settlements; and their Political and Commercial Views with regard to each other.

Author Name: Burke, William and Richard

Categories: History, U.S. History,

Publisher: London: for R. and J. Dodsley in Pall Mall: 1760

Item: 1.00 lbs

Seller ID: 0219011

Keywords: european settlements