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The refusal.

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Published by Printed for M. Carey, no. 122, Market-street. Sold in Philadelphia by Birch & Small, Bradford & Inskeep, Edward Earle, J. & A. Y. Humphreys, W. W. Woodward; in New-York, by Inskeep & Bradford, M. & W. Ward and D. Longworth; in Baltimore, by Hunter & Robinson, Warner & Hanna, and John Kingston. A. Small, printer in Philadelphia .
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Compare Summers, Gothic Bib., p. 476.

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LC ClassificationsPR5779.W18 R4
The Physical Object
Pagination2 v.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6907470M
LC Control Number01017894

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