2 edition of Belfast Local Acts, 1845 till 1874, inclusive. found in the catalog.
Belfast Local Acts, 1845 till 1874, inclusive.
Belfast (Northern Ireland). Corporation.
Includes index to acts, last xlii pages.
|Contributions||Robert Carswell (Belfast: Firm),|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||269p., xlii ;|
|Number of Pages||269|
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The Town book of the Corporation of Belfast, Item PreviewPages: Vol. 2: From tilltogether with sme incidental notices on local topics and biographies of many well-known families Notes Fold-out inclusive. book and pedigree are damaged and some parts may not be legible.
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