The Life of Madam De Villesache. Written by a Lady, who was an Eye-witness of the Greatest Part of Her Adventures, and Faithfully Translated from Her French Manuscript. By Mrs. Eliza Haywood, Volume 4
W. Feales; and sold, 1727 - 63 pages
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