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"Was the usurpation of Oliver Cromwell ultimately beneficial to England?" Declamation to which was adjudged the first prize cup. Trinity College, Cambridge, 1843.

Title
"Was the usurpation of Oliver Cromwell ultimately beneficial to England?" Declamation to which was adjudged the first prize cup. Trinity College, Cambridge, 1843. By Charles Bristed.
Author
Bristed, Charles Astor, 1820-1874.
Publication
Cambridge, Printed by J. Hall, 1844.

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no. 1-10TextUse in library CBA p.v. 111 no. 1-10Schwarzman Building M2 - General Research Room 315

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12 p.; 21 cm.
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CBA p.v. 111, no. 2
Author
Bristed, Charles Astor, 1820-1874.
Title
"Was the usurpation of Oliver Cromwell ultimately beneficial to England?" Declamation to which was adjudged the first prize cup. Trinity College, Cambridge, 1843. By Charles Bristed.
Imprint
Cambridge, Printed by J. Hall, 1844.
Research Call Number
CBA p.v. 111, no. 2
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