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Customary acres and their historical importance

Frederic Seebohm

Customary acres and their historical importance

being a series of unfinished essays by the late Frederic Seebohm.

by Frederic Seebohm

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Published by Longmans,Green and Co in London .
Written in English


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Paginationxiii,274p. :
Number of Pages274
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Open LibraryOL18689045M

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Customary acres and their historical importance by Frederic Seebohm Download PDF EPUB FB2

Excerpt from Customary Acres and Their Historical Importance: Being a Series of Unfinished Essays IN publishing these unfinished studies of my father's it is my duty as well as my desire to state clearly, to anyone into whose hands this book may come, that I Author: Frederic Seebohm.

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Frederic was the great-grandson of philanthropist and Quaker William Tuke, and the younger brother of steel Born: Frederic Arthur Seebohm, 23 November.

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