Title: Manchester in 1844: its present condition and future prospects; translated from the French, with copious notes by a member of the Manchester Athenaeum. [i.e. J. P. Culverwell.]
Publisher: British Library, Historical Print Editions
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Faucher, Léon Leonard Joseph; Culverwell, J. P.;
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Published March 16, 2011
by British Library, Historical Print Editions.