1 edition of The Democratic review [of British and foreign politics, history, & literature] found in the catalog.
The Democratic review [of British and foreign politics, history, & literature]
G. Julian Harney
Reprint of a periodical published monthly in London by J. Watson and edited by G.J. Harney.
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