E. Easton, 1771. History of Salisbury including the following: I. A dissertation on the Antient Coins, found at Old Sarum; II. The Salisbury Ballad; III. The History of Old Sarum, from the Arrival of the Romans, to its final Decay: Illustrated with curious Medals, found there, and a Plan of the Ancient City, as it was in the Reign of King Stephen; IV. Historical memoirs, relative to the City of New Sarum; V. The Lives of the Bishops of Old and New Sarum; to which is added, Some Account of the Choral Bishops; and the Riches of the Cathedral, at the Reformation; VI. The Lives of Eminent Men, Natives of Salisbury.
Rebound in half calf with marbled plates and new endpapers.
[iv], 15, ; 28; 247,  pages + 2 folding plates. 220 x 130mm (8¾ x 5 inches).
Condition: Some rubbing to boards and spine. Internally, pages are toned but overall in an excellent condition. A fold during printing has caused a strange diagonal direction to very end of last page.