Lewis' Topographical Dictionary of England (detail)
— Jersey

Bibliographic details

The islands of Guernsey and Jersey, with the smaller dependent islands, and the Isle of Man, though not forming integral portions of England, are so closely connected with it, that it was considered that a detail of their history, and a minute and faithful description of their peculiar systems of government, laws customs, &c., would form an interesting feature in the work : with this view gentlemen were sent to visit those islands, and were for many months employed in collecting the requisite information, and in revising and correcting the proof sheets on the spot.

— preface, Lewis' Topographical Dictionary of England

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