Letter to Thomas R. Bacon : London? : ALS, 1904 May 28.

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Bryce, James Bryce, Viscount, 1838-1922. Letter to Thomas R. Bacon : London? : ALS, 1904 May 28.

Letter to Thomas R. Bacon : London? : ALS, 1904 May 28.

Sends pass for admittance to special gallery of the House of Commons.

[1] leaf ; 18 cm.

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