The Agreeable Caledonian: Or, Memoirs of Signiora Di Morella, a Roman Lady, who Made Her Escape from a Monastery at Viterbo, for the Love of a Scots Nobleman. Intermix'd with Many Other Entertaining Little Histories ...
Richard King: and sold, 1728 - 93 pages
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