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A CASE OF EXTREME AND URGENT DISTRESS
A case of extreme and urgent distress. Is humbly submitted to the notice of the humane and benevolent. That very eminent artist, Mr. James Pearson, now in his 96th, year, ...
[London]: Scace, printer, 62, Tottenham Court Road, [1836?].
[2] p. ; 17.0 x 19.0 cm.

Drop-head title. 'The truth of this statement will be found correct at the residence of Mr. Pearson, 18, Goodge Street, ... and further particulars of Mr. Wilburn, ... also of Mr. Lake, Surveyor. ...'. Address for contributions corrected in ink.

Binding Loose paper.

Reference Number 6128


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