Stock Purse Accounts, Northampton Militia, 1804 to 1814
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Stock Purse Accounts, Northampton Militia, 1804 to 1814 by Percy Sumner

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Published .
Written in English


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Photocopy of an article in Journal of the Society for Army Historical Research 1941, vol.20,p.127-129.

Statementby the Rev. Percy Sumner.
The Physical Object
Pagination3p. : bound photocopy
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Open LibraryOL17519120M

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