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Author: James Silk Buckingham
Title: Appeal to the British nation, on the greatest reform yet remaining to be accomplished. Read and adopted at the World's convention, held in London, August, 1846
Publisher: London : Ridgway
Subject (keywords, tags): Drinking of alcoholic beverages
Contributor: University of California Libraries
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