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A book which is the first fruit of the united heads of Rosy and A. P. lfrby]; Kinglake's second volume 'is not conducive to cheering the spirits; and if anything can prove his hero, Lord Ragland, incapable of feeding and taking care of an army, it Is Kinglake himself.'
2p B.M. Add.MSS.45795.f.133

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