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Kenealy and the Tichborne cause : a study in mid-Victorian populism / [by] Michael Roe
Bib ID 694004
Format BookBook
Author
Roe, Michael, 1931-
 
Description Carlton, Vic. : Melbourne University Press, 1974 
xiii,255p., 8p. of plates ; 23cm. 
ISBN 0522840574
Notes

Index.

Bibliography: p.237-246.

Subjects Kenealy, Edward Vaughan, 1819-1880.  |  Doughty-Tichborne, Roger Charles, 1829-1854.  |  Orton, Arthur, 1834-1898.  |  Barristers. Kenealy, Edward Vaughan Hyde, 1819-1880. Great Britain. Biographies.  |  Imposture of Roger Tichborne. Trial of Arthur Orton, alias Thomas Castro. Great Britain.  |  Impostors and imposture -- Great Britain.

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