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'Retailing, respectability and the independent woman in nineteenth-century London.'. / Kay, Alison.

Women, Business and Finance in Nineteenth-Century Europe: Rethinking Seperate Spheres. Oxford. New York: Berg, 2006.

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Kay, A 2006, 'Retailing, respectability and the independent woman in nineteenth-century London.'. in Women, Business and Finance in Nineteenth-Century Europe: Rethinking Seperate Spheres. Oxford. New York: Berg.

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Kay, A. (2006). 'Retailing, respectability and the independent woman in nineteenth-century London.'. In Women, Business and Finance in Nineteenth-Century Europe: Rethinking Seperate Spheres Oxford. New York: Berg.

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Kay A. 'Retailing, respectability and the independent woman in nineteenth-century London.'. In Women, Business and Finance in Nineteenth-Century Europe: Rethinking Seperate Spheres. Oxford. New York: Berg. 2006

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Kay, Alison. / 'Retailing, respectability and the independent woman in nineteenth-century London.'. Women, Business and Finance in Nineteenth-Century Europe: Rethinking Seperate Spheres. Oxford. New York: Berg, 2006.

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