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Antiquities of India. Twelve Views from the Drawings of Thomas Daniell, ... Engraved by Himself, and William Daniell. Taken in the Years 1790 and 1793

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British Library

T147222

The plates were issued separately (with a titlepage dated 1799), and are dated 1799, and 1800. With a half-title.

[London]: Printed by T. Bensley, Bolt Court Fleet Street, 1800. [4],23, [1]p., xii plates; 8

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