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Pages: 840

Language: English

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Publisher: Nabu Press (2 Mar. 2012)

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<:title>: Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 54

<:publisher>: William Blackwood, 1843

<:subjects>: Scotland: Scottish periodicals

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