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Samuel Puffendorf

The compleat history of Sweden, from its origin to this time: comprehending the lives and reigns of all its kings and governors, the several Revolutions, Wars, Riches, Forces, Strength, and Interest of that Nation, in Respect to the other Kingdoms of Europe. Written by the famous Samuell Puffendorf, late Chancellor of State in that Kingdom. Faithfully translated from the original High-Dutch, and carefully continued down to this present year.

London: For Joseph Wild at the Elephant at Charing-Cross , 1702.
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The compleat history of Sweden, from its origin to this time: comprehending the lives and reigns of all its kings and governors, the several Revolutions, Wars, Riches, Forces, Strength, and Interest of that Nation, in Respect to the other Kingdoms of Europe. Written by the famous Samuell Puffendorf, late Chancellor of State in that Kingdom. Faithfully translated from the original High-Dutch, and carefully continued down to this present year. Library Average
Circulation records from 1793-1799 are lost.
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Malachi Treat9/14/17909/15/1790Hist. Sweden
Daniel Crommelin Verplanck7/15/17917/20/1791His Sweden
Charles David Goold11/6/179912/18/17993/6History Sweden
Leonard Kip1/10/18002/5/18008/History of Sweden
Daniel Cromwell3/4/18003/5/1800History Sweden
Peter Van Tuyl3/12/18013/31/1801History Sweden
David JonesVolume 18/21/18028/25/1802History Sweden
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