2 edition of John Nash"s "Statement", 1829 found in the catalog.
John Nash"s "Statement", 1829
Written in English
Includes a transcription ofNash"s apologia for his participation in the "metropolitan improvements" in London during the Regency and after.
|Statement||by John Summerson.|
|Contributions||Nash, John, 1752-1835.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p. 196-205 ;|
|Number of Pages||205|
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John Nash's 'Statement', by JOHN SUMMERSON John Nash's twenty-nine-page Statement, privately printed inwhen he was in his seventy-seventh year, is a personal apologia for his participation in the 'metropolitan improvements' in London during the Regency and after.
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