2 edition of The Ant: A Periodical Paper Published in Glasgow During the Years 1826 and 1827 found in the catalog.
1829 by Printed by J. Curll, for Robertson and Atkinson .
Written in English
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The periodical press flourished in the 19th century: the Waterloo Directory of English Newspapers and Periodicals plans to eventually list overtitles; the current The Ant: A Periodical Paper Published in Glasgow During the Years 1826 and 1827 book 3 li titles.
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This resource is published and managed by Findmypast, in collaboration with the British Library. Numbers 1 to 18 were published weekly from 7 January to 10 May numbers 19 to were printed from 31 August to 10 March and numbers. The Ant: A Periodical Paper Published in Glasgow during the Years and No.
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