A History of Edinburgh From the Earliest Period to the Completion of the Half Century 1850, with brief notices of Eminent or Remarkable Individuals
by Anderson, John
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- A History of Edinburgh From the Earliest Period to the Completion of the Half Century 1850, with brief notices of Eminent or Remarkable Individuals
- Anderson, John
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- second hand - Good
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- First Edition
- A. Fullarton & Co.
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- Scotland, Edinburgh, Urban Studies, Great Britain
- Large Octavo
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