3 edition of A fourth letter from the Rev. James Ashley, Rector of Fleet, to Mr. George Maxwell; in answer to his epistle to the printer of the Cambridge Chronicle of the eighth of this month. ... found in the catalog.
A fourth letter from the Rev. James Ashley, Rector of Fleet, to Mr. George Maxwell; in answer to his epistle to the printer of the Cambridge Chronicle of the eighth of this month. ...
by To be had gratis, of Mr. Hodson, of Cambridge; Mr. White, of Wisbech; at the Rectory House, in Fleet; and at the King"s Head, in Spalding. June the 10th in [Cambridge]
Written in English
|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 3873, no. 22.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||164|
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Study of industrial health practices for the iron and steel industry.
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Polish seventeenth-century church music
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