The Life of Madam de Beaumont, a French Lady; who Lived in a Cave in Wales Above Fourteen Years Undiscovered, Being Forced to Fly to France for Her Religion; and of the Cruel Usage She Had There. Also Her Lord's Adventures in Muscovy, where He was a Prisoner Some Years ... The Second Edition
J. Darby, 1728 - 143 pages
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