6 edition of Managing Health Services (Understanding Public Health) found in the catalog.
December 1, 2005 by Open University Press .
Written in English
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address to the Roman Catholic nobility and gentry of Ireland, on the tendency and effects of their particular doctrinesand practices
Directory of Catholic residential schools
The life of Her late Majesty Queen Anne, as well before her accession to the throne as after. ... Wherein her conduct during the last four years of her reign is not only vindicated, but shewn to be most beneficial ...
Protection of Scotlands water environment
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Cushman genealogy and general history
Arrangement between Great Britain and France fixing the boundary between the British and French possessions on the Gold Coast, signed at Paris, July 12, 1893.
ty-eight selected poems from The poem of joy
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opium trade and the Indian revenue.
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