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battles and battle fields of Yorkshire from the earliest times to the end of the great Civil War by William Grainge

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Published by James Hunton in York .
Written in English


  • Yorkshire (England) -- History, Military.

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StatementWilliam Grainge.
The Physical Object
Pagination204p. :
Number of Pages204
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21105901M

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