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The Colonies [microform]
Bib ID 4865324
Format MicroformMicroform, JournalJournal
Uniform Title Colonies (London, England)
Description London : William Manley, -1876 
v. 
Series

Early English newspapers ; 1603-1605.

Notes

Subtitle varies.

Description based on: No. 103 (Jan. 17, 1872); title from caption.

Reproduction Microfilm. Woodbridge, Conn. : Research Publications. [London] : Microfilmed by the British Library, 1980, c1985- microfilm reels ; 35 mm. (Early English newspapers ; 1603-1605) 
Life Dates -no. 228 (Dec. 23, 1876) 
Sub-series of

Early English newspapers

Later Title

Colonies and India

Frequency Twice monthly 
Subjects Great Britain - Colonies - Periodicals.

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