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The travels and adventures of Mademoiselle de Richelieu, cousin to the present Duke of that Name, who made the tour of Europe, dressed in men's cloaths, attended by her Maid Lucy as her Valet de Chambre. Now Done into English from the lady's own manuscript, by the translator of the Memoirs and adventures of the Marques of Bretagne and Duke of Harcourt lately published in Dublin.

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M.DCC.XLIV. [1744]
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Dublin : printed by Oli. Nelson, in Skinner-Row, for the translator; and sold by Richard Gunne, Sarah Hyde, George Grierson, George Ewing, John Smith, George Faulkner, Abraham Bradley, Thomas Moore, Peter Wilson, Joseph Rhames, William Powell, Peter Lautal, and James Keating, Book-Sellers, M.DCC.XLIV. [1744]

Physical description

3v. ; 12⁰.

References note

ESTC T118742


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