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Bankruptcy proceedings against William Harris, optician, of Cornhill, 1830.

Anita McConnell

Bankruptcy proceedings against William Harris, optician, of Cornhill, 1830.

by Anita McConnell

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  • Harris, William, -- fl. 1827-1830.

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    Reprinted fromAnnals of science, (51, 1994), p. 273-279.

    The Physical Object
    Pagination[8]p. ;
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    Open LibraryOL21055235M

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