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245 00 $a People's monitor, and workingmen's advocate.
246 30 $a People's monitor
246 30 $a Workingmen's advocate
260 $a Warren, Pa. : $b Cole & Weaver
300 $a volumes ; $c 57 cm
310 $a Weekly
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362 1 $a Began in 1842; ceased with Feb. 3, 1847 issue.
500 $a "In those things which are essential, let there be unity--in non-essentials, liberty and in all things charity."
515 $a Issues for <Dec. 6, 1842> called also <whole no. 207>.
588 $a Description based on: Vol. 4, no. 51 (Dec. 6, 1842).
752 $a United States $b Pennsylvania $c Warren $d Warren.
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