The Art of Swimming: Illustrated by Forty Proper Copper-plate Cuts, ... With Advice for Bathing. By Monsieur Thevenot. Done Out of French. To which is Prefixed a Prefatory Discourse Concerning Artificial Swimming, ...
John Lever, 1789 - 60 pages
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