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Leasehold estates and municipal enterprise

Roberts, Richard of the University of Sussex.

Leasehold estates and municipal enterprise

landowners, local government andthe development of Bournemouth, c. 1850 to 1914.

by Roberts, Richard of the University of Sussex.

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