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1 edition of Considerations on the subject of reformation of manners, addressed to the gentry and principal inhabitants of the town of Birmingham, professedly designed to engage them to enter into an Association to accomplish it. found in the catalog.

Considerations on the subject of reformation of manners, addressed to the gentry and principal inhabitants of the town of Birmingham, professedly designed to engage them to enter into an Association to accomplish it.

Considerations on the subject of reformation of manners, addressed to the gentry and principal inhabitants of the town of Birmingham, professedly designed to engage them to enter into an Association to accomplish it.

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Published by [s.n.] in [Birmingham?] .
Written in English


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Open LibraryOL14195997M


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