Letters, etc., to T. J. Wise from various correspondents; 1909-1927. [Ashley Library Catalogue, v, p. 148]. As follows:―1.Letter from Percy L. Babington concerning the existence of a copy of P. B. Shelley, The Necessity of Atheism, [1811], in the Li... 1909-1927

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Letters, etc., to T. J. Wise from various correspondents; 1909-1927. [Ashley Library Catalogue, v, p. 148]. As follows:―1. Letter from Percy L. Babington concerning the existence of a copy of P. B. Shelley, The Necessity of Atheism, [1811], in the Li..., 1909-1927

Letters, etc., to T. J. Wise from various correspondents; 1909-1927. [Ashley Library Catalogue, v, p. 148]. As follows:―1.Letter from Percy L. Babington concerning the existence of a copy of P. B. Shelley, The Necessity of Atheism, [1811], in the Li... 1909-1927

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Wise, Thomas James, book collector

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Steedman, Robert D, active 1909-1927, bookseller

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