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Sayings of 100 great men in praise of books
Bib ID 1582997
Format BookBook
Author
Cole, E. W. (Edward William), 1832-1918
 
Description London, [1886] 
1 v. 
Notes

With which is published Federation of the world inevitable before the year 2000: and the progress of the world during the next 100 years from now enormous, astounding, and greater than that of all the previous centuries put together: by Edward William Cole.

Subjects Books and reading.
Other authors/contributors Cole, E. W. (Edward William), 1832-1918. Federation of the world inevitable before the year 2000

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