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Author: Edmund Bogg
Title: Two thousand miles in Wharfedale; a descriptive account of the history, antiquities, legendary lore, picturesque features, and rare architecture of the Vale of the Wharf, from Tadcaster to Cam Fell. Three hundred and twenty illustrations
Publisher: London : Heywood
Contributor: University of California Libraries
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Size: 568 kb

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