The Engineering Inspectorate: policemen, midwives or mere functionaries in the development of London's outer suburban infrastructure, 1858-1878 ?

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Clifford, John Andrew;
  • Subject: ECO | HIS

A dissertation submitted as required by the MA in Metropolitan and Regional History, IHR, 2008.
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