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John Talbot Dillon

Travels through Spain, with a view to illustrate the natural history and physical geography of that Kingdom, in a series of letters. Including the most interesting Subjects contained in the Memoirs of don Guillermo Bowles, and other Spanish Writers, interspersed with historical anecdotes. adorned with copper-plates and a new map of Spain. With notes and observations relative to the arts, and descriptive of modern improvements. Written in the Course of a late Tour through that Kingdom. by John Talbot Dillon, Knight and Baron of the sacred Roman Empire.

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London: printed for G. Robinson, No. 25, Paternoster-Row; and Pearson and Rollason, in Birmingham, 1780.
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Travels through Spain, with a view to illustrate the natural history and physical geography of that Kingdom, in a series of letters. Including the most interesting Subjects contained in the Memoirs of don Guillermo Bowles, and other Spanish Writers, interspersed with historical anecdotes. adorned with copper-plates and a new map of Spain. With notes and observations relative to the arts, and descriptive of modern improvements. Written in the Course of a late Tour through that Kingdom. by John Talbot Dillon, Knight and Baron of the sacred Roman Empire. Library Average
Circulation records from 1793-1799 are lost.
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Francis Childs8/28/17898/31/1789Dillon's TravelsMr. Bearce
Isaac M. Gomez10/12/178910/19/1789Dillon's Travels
Walter Rutherfurd12/19/178912/23/1789Dillon's Travels
Henry Remsen2/3/17901/8/1790Dillons Travels
John G. Leake3/24/17903/26/1790Dillons Travels
Israel Wilkes4/26/17905/3/1790Dillon's travels
Peter Jay Munro10/15/179010/19/1790Dillons travels
Patrick Murdoch12/10/179012/13/1790Dillons travels
Thomas Barrow4/30/17915/20/1791Dillons Travels
Henry Ten Brook10/1/179110/4/1791Dillon's Travels
William Cock10/4/179110/6/1791Dillons travels
Gilbert Saltonstale2/17/17922/20/1792Dillons Travels
Henry Blakely2/23/17922/28/1792Dillons Travels
Joseph Eden8/29/180311/9/1803Dillon's Travels
DeWitt Clinton1/9/18052/4/1805Dillon's Travels
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