Watson's Compleat memorandum-book: for the year 1764 Adapted to the use of the nobility, gentry and traders of this kingdom: containing a regular and ... engagements, and occasional memorandums..
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Publisher: Gale ECCO, Print Editions (21 Oct. 2010)
By: Samuel Watson (Author)
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<:Notes>:Compiled by John Watson, 1729-1769: by Samuel Watson 1770-1779 and in the years 1795-1798 and 1800 onwards by John Watson Stewart.
<:imprintFull>:[Dublin] : Engraved for Saml. Watson in Dame-Street, . <:collation>:p. : 18°:
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