rebuilding of the Shire Hall, Warwick in the mid-eighteenth century. by Anthony C. Wood

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Published by Warwickshire Local HistorySociety in Warwick .

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Reprinted with additional material from Warwickshire History, Vol.5, No.5.

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Other titlesWarwickshire History.
SeriesOccasional paper / Warwickshire Local History Society -- 5, Occasional paper -- 5.
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