Author:James Pettit Andrews

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James Pettit Andrews
(1737–1797)
British historian and antiquary
James Pettit Andrews

Works[edit]

  • The Savages of Europe (London, 1764)
  • An Appeal to the Humane on behalf of Climbing Boys employed by the Chimney Sweepers (1788)
  • Anecdotes Ancient and Modern (London, 1789)
  • History of Great Britain connected with the Chronology of Europe from Cæsar's Invasion to Accession of Edward VI (London, 1794-1795), in 2 vols.
  • History of Great Britain from Death of Henry VIII to Accession of James VI of Scotland (1796)

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Works about Andrews[edit]


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