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A HISTORY OF CAMBRIDGESHIRE

BY THE
Rev. EDWARD CONYBEARE,

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The ANTIQUITIES and CURIOSITIES of the EXCHEQUER

By HUBERT HALL, F.S.A.,

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Founded 1891.

THE INTERNATIONAL BOOKFINDER.

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Information is only obtained (and given) in strict confidence. All questions must be accompanied by the fee in halfpenny stamps and stamped addressed envelope for reply.

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EDITED BY

JAMES CLEGG.

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Rochdale: PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY JAMES CLEEG, ALDINE PRESS.

London: ELLIOT STOCK, 62, PATERNOSTER Row, E.C.
Yew York: DODD, MEAD, & Co., 149, FIFTH AVENUE.
Paris : LIBRAIRIE NEAL, 248, RUE DE RIVOLI.
Leipzig: GEO. HEDELER, “EXPORT JOURNAL” OFFICE.

1899.

[Entered at Stationers' Hall.]

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