List of Works Relating to British Genealogy and Local History

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1910 - Genealogy - 366 pages
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Page 206 - Greenwood's Low-Life Deeps: An Account of the Strange Fish to be found there ; including "The Man and Dog Fight," with much additional and confirmatory evidence; "With a Tally-Man," "A Fallen Star," "The Betting Barber," "A Coal Marriage,
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