[Letter, 1830 Nov. 12, Enfield to Edward Moxon, New Bond Street (London)].

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Lamb, Charles, 1775-1834. [Letter, 1830 Nov. 12, Enfield to Edward Moxon, New Bond Street (London)].

[Letter, 1830 Nov. 12, Enfield to Edward Moxon, New Bond Street (London)].

1 sheet : paper ; 205 x 295 mm.

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