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Author of ‘Life and teachings of john ruskin,’ ‘Popular studies in nineteenth century poets,’ et. etc. London: frederick warne and co. and new york.
Author of ‘Life and teachings of john ruskin,’ ‘Popular studies in nineteenth century poets,’ et. BILLING AND SONS, PRINTERS, GUILDFORD.
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Author: Mather, Marshall, 1851-1916. Note: London and New York: F. Warne and C. 1895. Lancashire (England) - Social life and customs - Fiction.
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