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Epitaphiana; or, The curiosities of churchyard literature
|Statement||with an introduction, giving an account of various customs prevailing amongst the ancients & moderns in the disposal of their dead.|
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Being a. MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTION OF EPITAPHS. With An. INTRODUCTION, GIVING AN ACCOUNT OF VARIOUS CUSTOMS PREVAILING AMONGST THE ANCIENTS AND MODERNS IN THE DISPOSAL OF THEIR DEAD. FAIRLEY, F.S.S. Originally published by SAMUEL TINSLEY, PUBLISHER, 10, SOUTHAMPTON STREET, Browse and buy a vast selection of Humanities Collections: Art & Collectibles on Passion for Epitaphiana: Or, The Curiosities Of Churchyard Literature.
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