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The life and intrigues of the late celebrated Mrs. Mary Parrimore, the tall milliner of 'Change-Alley. ... with an account of her writings, and a further illustration of love upon tick
Title:
The life and intrigues of the late celebrated Mrs. Mary Parrimore, the tall milliner of 'Change-Alley. ... with an account of her writings, and a further illustration of love upon tick
Author:
See Notes Multiple Contributors
ISBN:
1170291058
ISBN13:
978-1170291054
Size PDF:
1456 kb
Size epub:
1669 kb
Publisher:
Gale ECCO, Print Editions (June 1, 2010)
Language:
English
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4.9
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478

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British Library

T040934

The bookseller's name in the imprint is fictitious.

London : printed for A. Moore, 1729. [2],78p. ; 8°

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