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IV. TRACTS from the best French Historians; with Notes,

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By the late L. T. VENTOUILLAC.

By the Rev. T. BOWDLER, M.A.
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Rev. JOHN RUSSELL, D D..
NCH POETRY; with ENGLISH NOTES, Prebendary of Canterbury, and Rector of St. Botolph's, Bishopsgate.

by the late L. T. VENTOUILLAC, Professor of French Literature in King's College, London.

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