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Burnaby's travels through North America; reprinted from the third edition of 1798,

Burnaby's travels through North America; reprinted from the third edition of 1798,

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With facsimile of t.-p. of 3d edition.
Appendices: no. 1. Catalogue of several trees, plants, birds, fishes, animals, & c., mentioned in the course of this work.--no. 2. Tables and statements relating to the commercial situation of the United States, both before and since the American war.--no. 3. Anecdotes of the Indians.-- no. 4. Anecdotes of the several branches of the Fairfax family, now domiciliated in Virginia.--no. 5. Diary of the weather [1760-1762; transmitted from Williamsburg, Virginia, by Francis Fauquier]
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01/01/1904
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Burnaby, Andrew, 1732-1812.
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