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Ballad of the wreck of the Cita, March 26, 1997

Clive Tregarthen Mumford

Ballad of the wreck of the Cita, March 26, 1997

(Newfoundland Point, Porth Hellick, St. Mary"s, Scilly)

by Clive Tregarthen Mumford

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Published by Lethegus in St. Mary"s (The Paper Shop, St. Mary"s, Isles of Scilly. TR2 0LL) .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementillustrations by Andre Ellis.
ContributionsEllis, Andre.
The Physical Object
Pagination[vi],57p. :
Number of Pages57
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17470386M
ISBN 100953338703

David Blackwood, the mummer's veil: March 29 - Ap by David Blackwood (Book) The art of David Blackwood by William Gough (Book). Get this from a library! A ballad of the Civil War. [Mary Stolz; Jeff Woodman] -- Weary of the war, a Union lieutenant recalls his life with his twin brother on their family's Virginia plantation and the events that led them to fight on different sides in the Civil War.

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