A Contribution to the History of University College London ...: To which is Added Copy of a ... Pamphlet ... Entitled Motives ... for ... Founding an University in ... London, 1647
privately printed for the author, 1930 - 46 pages
Traces the development of Hebrew and Aramaio studies at University College.
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