Victorian election, Warwick 1868. by David Paterson

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Published by University of Warwick Open Studies, Coventry Branch of the Historical Association in Coventry .

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SeriesCoventry and Warwickshire pamphlets -- no.12
ContributionsHistorical Association. Coventry Branch.
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