Catalog Record: A book of one hundred and eighty-nine complete consecutive and self-proving calendars from A.D. 1752 to 1940 (inclusive) accompanied with a reprint of the act of British Parliament 24th Geo. II, cap. XXIII, which introduced the new style of reckoning time in Great Britain and British possessions in Europe, Asia, Africa and America : together with lists of officers of government and chronology of business | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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A book of one hundred and eighty-nine complete consecutive and self-proving calendars from A.D. 1752 to 1940 (inclusive) [electronic resource] : accompanied with a reprint of the act of British Parliament 24th Geo. II, cap. XXIII, which introduced the new style of reckoning time in Great Britain and British possessions in Europe, Asia, Africa and America : together with lists of officers of government and chronology of business / by Frederick William Terril.

Main Author: Terrill, Fred'k William 1836-1902
Language(s): English
Published: [Montreal? : s.n.], 1897
Subjects: Calendriers.
Calendars.
Montréal (Québec) > Commerce.
Montreal (Quebec) > Commerce.
Note: Includes advertising matter.
ISBN: 0665337876
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