Correspondence, notes, and clippings on his review of Peter Oliver's "Puritan Commonwealth" [manuscript] 1857-1858.

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Thornton, John Wingate, 1818-1878. Correspondence, notes, and clippings on his review of Peter Oliver's "Puritan Commonwealth" [manuscript] 1857-1858.

Correspondence, notes, and clippings on his review of Peter Oliver's "Puritan Commonwealth" [manuscript] 1857-1858.

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