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Description of the plates representing the itinerant traders of London intheir ordinary costume; with notices of the remarkable places given in the background by W. M Craig

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Published by Richard Phillips in (London .
Written in English

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Statement(Anon.) (Drawn by W.M. Craig and engraved by Edwards. 2nd issue.).
The Physical Object
Pagination(31) l., (31) coloured plates ;
Number of Pages31
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19148672M

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