The Diary of Sir Henry Slingsby: Of Scriven, Bart., Now First Published Entire from the Ms.; a Reprint of Sir Henry Slingsby's Trial, His Rare Tract, "A Father's Legacy" ... And Extracts from Family Correspondence and Papers, with Notices, and a Genealogical Memoir
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