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Facts, figures, and fancies

Lewis Carroll

Facts, figures, and fancies

relating to the elections to the Hebdomadal council, the offer of the Clarendon trustees, and the proposal to convert the parks into cricket-grounds ; first printed in 1866-1868.

by Lewis Carroll

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Published by J. Parker in Oxford .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Three poems, each of which was originally published separately; reprinted as part of the author"s Notes by an Oxford chiel, Oxford, 1874, with title Facts, figures and fancies, and subsequently issued separately under that title. Cf. Williams and Madden, p. 58.

Other titlesElections to the Hebdomadal council, Offer of the Clarendon trustees, Proposal to convert the parks into cricket-grounds
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18603613M

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