Round the clock, i.e. Around the Town, a comedy in three acts. manuscript. ca. 1800.

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Wood, George H. Round the clock, i.e. Around the Town, a comedy in three acts. manuscript. ca. 1800.

Round the clock, i.e. Around the Town, a comedy in three acts. manuscript. ca. 1800.

A manuscript play in pencil and ink originally titled Round the Clock, comedy in 3 acts by J.G. McArdle and copied by T.W. Oakland. The title appears to have been later changed to read Round the Clock, i.e. Around the Town by George H. Wood.

102 p.

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George Musgrave Giger was classics professor at Princeton University, 1850-65. Francis Turretin (1623-1687) was a theologian. From the guide to the Microfilms of a Translation of Franois Turrettin, Institutio Theologiae Elencticae, 20th century (copies of 19th century originals), (Bodleian Library, University of Oxford) ...

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The Board of Trade statistician George Henry Wood (1874-1945) was the Secretary of the Huddersfield and District Woollen Manufacturers and Spinners Association from 1907. He was a free thinker and associate of A. L. Bowley, who read widely and was active in a variety of local radical movements. He collected wage statistics over a broad field and published much of his collected material. From the guide to the George Henry Wood collection, 1801-1945, (Huddersfield University Library) ...