The Fair Hebrew: or, a true but secret history of two Jewish Ladies, who lately resided in London
J. Brindley, W. Meadows and J. Walthoe, A. Bettesworth, T. Astley, T. Worral, J. Lewis, J. Penn and R. Walker, 1729 - Antisemitism - 53 pages
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