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Letters from Barbary, 1576-1774 : Arabic documents in the Public Record Office translated and annotated by J.F.P. Hopkins.

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Book's title: Letters from Barbary, 1576-1774 : Arabic documents in the Public Record Office translated and annotated by J.F.P. Hopkins.
Library of Congress Control Number: 82211694
International Standard Book Number (ISBN):0197260101 :, £14.95
System Control Number:ocm09577422
Cataloging Source:DLC, DLC m/c HLS
Geographic Area Code:e-uk
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Library of Congress Call Number:DT197.5.G7 L47 1982
Dewey Decimal Classification Number:964/.02 19
Publication, Distribution, etc.:London ; New York . Published for the British Academy by Oxford University Press, (c)1982.
Physical Description:xviii, 112 p. ;, 24 cm.
Title:Oriental documents ; 6
General Note:Includes index.
Geographic Name:Africa, North Foreign relations$zGreat Britain Sources.
Geographic Name:Great Britain Foreign relations$zAfrica, North Sources.
Personal Name:Hopkins, J. F. P.
Corporate Name:Great Britain. Public Record Office.
Corporate Name:British Academy.
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