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Two general lectures on modern history : delivered on inauguration, October 1849 / by Henry Halford Vaughan
Spine title of bound volume: Home and Political 1849-53.
Bib ID 6573496
Format BookBook [text, volume]
Author
Vaughan, Henry Halford, 1811-1885, author
 
Description Oxford : John Henry Parker, 1849 
54 pages ; 21 cm 
Series

Pamphlets (Oxford and Cambridge University Club) ; vol. 93.

Subjects History, Modern.  |  History -- Philosophy.

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    Label: Home and Political 1849-53.
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