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Letters, addressed to W.J. Temple.

James Boswell

Letters, addressed to W.J. Temple.

Now first published from the original MSS. With an introd. and notes.

by James Boswell

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Edition Notes

ContributionsTemple, William Johnson, 1739-1796
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPR3325 A85 T46
The Physical Object
Pagination407p.
Number of Pages407
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17572489M

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