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Volume II only. By the author of "Revelations of Russia" & "The White Slave". 297 pp + 12 pp ads. Contents include: Mickiewicz and Tovianski, Polish Poetry, Russian Literature, Finland and its Literature, Finnish Poetry, The Sclavonic and Germanic Races, Treatment of Polish Nuns & Prince Czartoryski. Pale yellow eps. Front hinge cracked. Text clean. Dark green cloth boards with gilt lettering on spine. Gilt coat of arms on front board. Blindstamp decoration in corners of boards. Top and bottom of spine and corners rubbed. boards lightly faded in a few patches. Overall condition VG
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- Owl Books (IE)
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- Eastern Europe and The Emperor Nicholas
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- London: T.C. Newby, 1846.
- Emperor Nicholas, Prince Czartoryski, Mickiewicz, Tovianski, Poland, Russia, Finland
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