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The value of a man : a discourse occasioned by the death of Hon. Henry Wheaton ; delivered Sunday evening, March 19, 1848, in the First Congregational Church, Providence, R.I.

Author: Edward B Hall
Publisher: Providence [R.I.] : Charles Burnett, Jr., 1848.
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Hall, Edward B. (Edward Brooks), 1800-1866.
Value of a man.
Providence [R.I.] : Charles Burnett, Jr., 1848
(OCoLC)729490451
Named Person: Henry Wheaton
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Edward B Hall
OCLC Number: 826669
Description: 23 pages ; 24 cm
Responsibility: by Edward B. Hall.

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