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Book prospectuses before 1801 in the Gough Collection, Bodleian Library, Oxford : a catalogue with microfiches / by J.P. Feather
Bib ID 1442208
Format BookBook
Author
Feather, J. P. (John Pliny)
 
Description Oxford [Oxfordshire] : Oxford Microform Publications, 1980 
31 p. ; 21 cm. + 11 microfiches : ill. ; 10 x 15 cm. 
ISBN 0904735567
Notes

Includes indexes on fiche no. 11.

Subjects Gough, Richard, 1735-1809 -- Library.  |  Topographic maps -- Bibliography -- Catalogs -- Early works to 1800.  |  Rare books.

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