Memoir of Tristam Burges: With Selections from His Speeches and Occasional Writings

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Marshall, Brown, 1835 - 404 страници
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Mr. Burges's family and birth - His early habits and education - His friends and companions - Ships as a cooper on board a whaling vessel.-the voy age is abandoned. - Contemplates the study of Medicine. Page 13.

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