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COCKBURN, Sir William (1773--1858)
A dissertation on the best means of civilizing the subjects of the British Empire in India, and of diffusing the light of the Christian religion throughout the eastern world; which obtained Mr. Buchanan's prize. By the Rev. William Cockburn, A.M. Fellow of St. John's College, and Christian Advocate in the University of Cambridge.
Cambridge printed by R. Watts, at the University Press; and sold by Deighton, Cambridge; Rivingtons, and Hatchard, London, 1805.
[8], 48 p. ; 25.0 cm. (4°)

Copy Notes Bound (3) in a collection of sermons and tracts.

Binding Early C19th sprinkled calf, gilt double-rule spine, red spine-label reading 'Sermons & Tracts', numbered '49' in a series of pamphlet volumes.

Reference Number 4078


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