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A history of England, in a series of letters from a nobleman to his son. ...

Oliver Goldsmith

A history of England, in a series of letters from a nobleman to his son. ...

by Oliver Goldsmith

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Published by printed and sold by James Decker. Paris, sold by Levrault Freres in Basil .
Written in English


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LETTER I. N EVER did Monarch come to the throne of England with a greater va­riety of favourable concurrences than Charles I. He found himself possessed of a peaceful and flourishing king­dom, his right undisputed by any ri­val claimant, strengthened by an alliance with one of the most powerful Monarchs that ever reigned in France, whose.

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