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The French Commercial Correspondent on Hugo's Simplified System : Being a Selection of Mercantile Letters Used in Businesses of the Present Day

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Title: The French Commercial Correspondent on Hugo's Simplified System : Being a Selection of Mercantile Letters Used in Businesses of the Present Day  
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Language: English
Subject: Economy, Language, Political Science
Collections: American Libraries Collection
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1800
Publisher: London; Hugo's Language Publishing Co.

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The French Commercial Correspondent on Hugo's Simplified System : Being a Selection of Mercantile Letters Used in Businesses of the Present Day. (1800). The French Commercial Correspondent on Hugo's Simplified System : Being a Selection of Mercantile Letters Used in Businesses of the Present Day. Retrieved from http://worldlibrary.net/


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