The Universal Chronologist, and Historical Register, from the Creation to the Close of the 1825: Comprising the Elements of General History, from the French of M. St. Martin: with an Elaborate Continuation, in which are Minutely Detailed the Numerous and Important Events and Transactions Arising Out of the French Revolution, 第 1 卷
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