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The papers of Francis Place in the British Library, 1791-1854 : an inventory of part one and part two of the Harvester Microform edition / compiled by Mavis Thomas
Bib ID 2167033
Format BookBook
Author
Thomas, Mavis
 
Description Brighton, Eng. : Harvester Microform, c1980 
33 p. ; 21 cm. 
ISBN 0710800320
Notes

"[The papers]... are deposited in the Department of Manuscripts of the British Library".

Subjects Working class - Great Britain - History.  |  Great Britain - Politics and government - 19th century.
Other authors/contributors Place, Francis, 1771-1854. The papers of Francis Place in the British Library, 1791-1854  |  British Library. Department of Manuscripts

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