Knowledge profit and knowledge loss in an enlightened house: the library collection of the Hammonds of St Alban’s Court, Kent

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Stevens, V. 2021. Knowledge profit and knowledge loss in an enlightened house: the library collection of the Hammonds of St Alban’s Court, Kent.
AuthorsStevens, V.
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Chapter 1: working document for the above MA thesis

KeywordsHammond; St Alban's Court
Year2021
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Work in progress, incomplete; for discussion 11 May 2021

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