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The Isis : a London weekly publication / edited by the Lady of the Rotunda
Bib ID 1706570
Format JournalJournal
Description London : D. France, 1832-1832 
39 nos. ; 28 cm. 
Notes

Printed in two columns.

Lady of the Rotunda = Eliza Sharples Carilie.

Life Dates Vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 11, 1832)-v. 1, no. 39 (Dec. 15, 1832) 
Subjects Free thought - Periodicals.  |  Religion and politics - Periodicals.  |  Great Britain - Social conditions - Periodicals.  |  Great Britain - Politics and government - Periodicals.
Other authors/contributors Carlile, Eliza Sharples

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    Collect from: Petherick Reading Room (Rare Books Collection)
    Call Number: RB Ec 3327
    Status: Available
    Items/Issues Held: Vol. 1, nos 1 (Feb. 11, 1822)-v. 1, no. 39 (Dec. 15, 1832)
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