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On the Geneva Convention of 1864 : in relation to the aid afforded by volunteer societies to sick and wounded soldiers during the late Franco-German War, with a glance at the proper functions of national aid societies, particularly the British Aid Society, in the future : a lecture delivered at the Royal United Service Institution.

Longmore, Sir Thomas, 1816-1895.
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[1872]

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[London] : [Harrison and Sons, printers], [1872]

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17 pages ; 22 cm

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'Charles H. Lindsay in the chair ... By T. Longmore, and delivered, in his unavoidable absence, by Deputy Inspector-General Maclean' - p. [2]
'For private circulation only' - p. [2]

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