2 edition of Letters from cockney lands found in the catalog.
Letters from cockney lands
William Harrison Ainsworth
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||93 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||93|
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[AINSWORTH, William Harrison]. Letters from Cockney Lands. London: John Ebers 8vo ( × mm), pp. , 93, ; some spotting to endleaves and edges, portion of upper margin of final Letters from cockney lands book leaves torn away (no loss); uncut in the original publisher’s boards, printed spine label, spine a.
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