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The universal tendency to association in mankind analyzed and illustrated : with practical and historical notices of the bonds of society as regards individuals and communities ... / by John Dunlop
Bib ID 139612
Format BookBook
Author
Dunlop, John, 1789-1868
 
Description London : Houlston and Stoneman, 1840 
iv, 227 p. ; 8 cm. 
Notes

Includes index.

Subjects Associations, institutions, etc.
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