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An index to The Microscope (1799-1800) and to the Belfast Literary Journal (1816)

Killen, John

An index to The Microscope (1799-1800) and to the Belfast Literary Journal (1816)

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Published by Linen Hall Library in Belfast .
Written in English


Edition Notes

With microfiche of both magazines in eleven pockets inside back cover.

Other titlesThe Microscope., Belfast Literary Journal.
Statementby John Killen.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19641783M

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