Andrew Lang ellilerdeki ünlü bir zehirleme ceza davasına bakıyor - Andrew Lang on a famous poisoning case of the fifties.
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Title
Andrew Lang ellilerdeki ünlü bir zehirleme ceza davasına bakıyor - Andrew Lang on a famous poisoning case of the fifties.
Creator
Andrew Lang.
Description
17. yüzyıl liman işleri İngiltere'nin Fas'ta kaybettiği deniz kuvvetleri noktasında. 1683'te Samuel Pepys'in gördüğü gibi: Doğudan, Tangier. 1669'da: Tangier, güneydoğudan York Kalesiyle. Bugün: Tangier-güneydoğudan eski sur parçasıyla - 17th century harbour-works at England's lost naval base in Morocco. As it appeared to Samuel Pepys in 1683: Tangier from the East. As it was in 1669: Tangier, with York castle from the southeast. As it is today: Tangier-from the southeast, showing part of the ancient wall.
Issue Date
1912-05-11
Language
English
Location
SALT Research
URI
https://archives.saltresearch.org/handle/123456789/28991
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Format
29,1-40,8 cm 40,8-29,1 cm, Printed
Number of Scanned Documents
2
Identifier
FFTDOC01463
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Open Access
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