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100 1  Winterbotham, William,|d1763-1829 
240 10 Historical geographical, commercial, and philosophical 
       view of the American United States.|kProspectus 
245 10 America.|h[electronic resource] :|bTo be completed in 
       thirty-three numbers. On January 31, 1795, will be 
       published, price 1s. Number I. To be continued weekly, 
       containing a beautiful, correct, large whole sheet plan of
       the city of Washington, now building by order of the 
       American Government, exquisitely engraved by Russell; and 
       sixty-four pages of letter-press, of a geographical, 
       commercial, and philosophical view of the present 
       situation of the United States of America; comprehending a
       description of their extent, civil divisions, chief towns,
       climates, curiosities, soils, mountains, lakes, bays, 
       rivers, springs, and islands, natural history, productions,
       population, character, government, constitutions of the 
       different states, courts of justice, religion, literature,
       agriculture, commerce, and history. A copious and 
       interesting account of the late war. General and 
       particular description of the western territory, 
       particularly of Kentucky: containing a minute description 
       of the settlements now forming, engraved plans of the 
       towns now marked out to be built, &c. The whole containing
       every thing that is valuable in the best authors, besides 
       original communications of the utmost importance to those 
       who are about to make purchases, or settle in that or any 
       other part of the United States. By the Rev. W. 
       Winterbotham, late assistant preacher at How's-lane Chapel,
       Plymouth 
260    [London] :|bPrinted for and sold by the Editor; H.D. 
       Symonds, Pater-noster row: J. Ridgway, York Street, St. 
       James Square, London; and D. Holt, Newark; also by all 
       other booksellers,|c[1794] 
300    4p. ;|c8⁰ 
500    Drop-head title 
500    "Printed for and sold by the editor; H. D. Symonds; J. 
       Ridgway; and D. Holt, Newark" 
500    At foot of title page: The whole of this work being 
       printed off, may be had in four large vols. octavo, in 
       boards, or in different sorts of binding, according to the
       will of the purchaser 
500    Reproduction of original from Bodleian Library (Oxford) 
510    English Short Title Catalog,|cT190138 
533    Electronic reproduction.|bFarmington Hills, Mich. :
       |cCengage Gale,|d2009.|nAvailable via the World Wide Web.
       |nAccess limited by licensing agreements.|7s2009    miunns
651  0 United States|xHistory|y18th century 
655  7 Prospectuses.|2rbgenr 
752    Great Britain|bEngland|dLondon 
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