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Earl Percy's Dinner-Table

by MURDOCK, Harold

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1907. MURDOCK, Harold. Earl Percy's Dinner-Table. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1907. 1st ed. Small 4to. 77pp. Portrait frontis. Orig. cloth, printed paper spine label. Fine. One of 550 numbered copies. Earl Hugh Percy, second Duke of Northumberland, was a commander in charge of British troops in Boston from 1774-76, acquitting himself well during the British retreat from Concord. This account documents his military career and social engagements. Prospectus laid in. Additional printed paper spine label tipped in.


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