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|LC Classifications||DA533 .L63|
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|Pagination||iv, , 6-306 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||306|
|LC Control Number||04007212|
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Title: The Fame and Glory of England vindicated, being an answer to "The Glory and Shame of England" [by C. Lester]. By Libertas. Publisher: British Library, Historical Print Editions The British Library is the national library of the United Kingdom.
It is one of the world's largest research libraries holding over million items in all known languages and formats: books, journals Author: Charles Edwards Lester. The fame and glory of England vindicated: being an answer to "The glory and shame of England" [by C.
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While in New York Brown published, under the pseudonym 'Libertas,' a reply to Charles Edward Lester's 'Glory and Shame of England' (), entitled 'The Fame and Glory of England Vindicated.' He died at Toronto on 30 June He married the only daughter of George Mackenzie of Stornoway in the Lewis.
The fame and glory of England vindicated being an answer to "The glory and shame of England" [by C. Edwards Lester] / by: Brown, Peter, Published: () An elegant madness: high society in Regency England / by: Murray, Venetia.
Brown’s own volume, The fame and glory of England vindicated, published the next year, was a trenchant comparison of British and American institutions and policies that gained considerable attention in Britain, the United States, and in the neighbouring British North American colonies. Perhaps as a result, Peter decided to give all his.
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"Rock Star" is the story of their rise to fame and glory, of their triumphs and pains, their loves and their hates, their feuds and fights, interweaving their lives until the fateful night in Malibu, on Marcus Citroen's lush, ocean-front estate, where they finally meet their destiny /5(2).
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Whilst Richard I is one of medieval England's most famous kings he is also the most controversial. He has variously been considered a great warrior but a poor king, a man driven by the quest for fame and glory but also lacking in self-discipline and prone to throwing away the short-term advantages that his military successes brought him/5.Peter Brown: National Book Festival Contributor: Brown, Peter Date: The fame and glory of England vindicated: being an answer to "The glory and shame Author from Library of Congress.
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