4 edition of An Alphabetical Guide to Wales and the Welsh found in the catalog.
February 28, 2006
by Airleaf Publishing
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||450|
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This book is a revised, up-to date edition of An Alphabetical Guide to Wales and the Welsh first published in While every effort has been made to ascertain the correctness of the information provided in this book, some of the dates, especially those of the medieval period, may be : Peter N.
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This book is a revised, up-to date edition of An Alphabetical Guide to Wales and the Welsh first published in While every effort has been made to ascertain the correctness of the information provided in this book, some of the dates, especially those of the medieval period, may be by: 4.
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