A Catalogue of the Books, Etc. Belonging to the Library Company of Baltimore: To which are Prefixed, the Act for the Incorporation of the Company, Their Constitution, Their By-laws, and an Alphabetical List of the Members

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Eades and Leakin, 1809 - Library catalogs - 196 pages
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