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Context of An account of the Isle of Man : its inhabitants, language, soil, remarkable curiosities, the succession of kings and bishops, down to the eighteenth century | by way of essay | with a voyage to I-Columb-Kill, by William Sacheverell, to which is added A dissertation about the Mona of Caesar and Tacitus, and an account of the ancient druids, etc. by Mr. Thomas Brown ; addressed in a letter to his learned friend Mr. A Sellars ; edited, with introductory notice and copius notes by the Rev. J.G. Cumming
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