Population : The World's Manuals

By: Carr-Saunders, A M

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London, United Kingdom: Oxford University Press, 1925. A nice ref book on population growth in Britain from 1066 till publication date. Brown cloth with black decoration (fresh and unworn) portrait frontis of Thomas Malthus, pp 111 with graphs through text. Tight and bright as new. Original DJ is frsh with brittle spine which is tanned with piece missing to foot.. First Edition. Cloth. Fine/Near Fine.

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