Ladies Benevolent Industrial Sallymag Society

being a series of comic chapters, taken from an unpublished novel
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W.H. Bremner , Charlottetown, P.E.I
United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Personal narratives, Confede
Statementwritten by L.S.
ContributionsStevenson, Samuel Wentworth, 1835?-1865.
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detached A discourse intended to commemorate the discovery of America by Christopher Columbus; Belknap, Jeremy, BOOK E B Laura Agnes Stevenson, The Ladies' Benevolent and Industrial Sallymag Society, being a Series of Comic Chapters, taken from an Unpublished Novel, Agnes Maule Machar, Faithful Unto Death: A Memorial of John Anderson, Late Janitor of Queen's College, This database was last updated inand cannot be changed.

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