introduction to local government in England and Wales by L. Mapstone

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Statementby L. Mapstone and P. Pearce.
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Introduction to local government in England & Wales. London, Estates Gazette, (OCoLC) Local Government Act From tocounties made up of administrative counties and county boroughs were used for local government purposes.

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