Notes on Public Subjects, Made During Tour in the United States and Canada

Tremenheere, Hugh Seymour

Published by John Murray, London, 1852
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Title: Notes on Public Subjects, Made During Tour ...

Publisher: John Murray, London

Publication Date: 1852

Binding: Library Bindin


320pp., Bound in blue buckram. Contents very good with some foxing. Ex-library with usual markings., No Dust Jacket. Bookseller Inventory # BOOKS067678I

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