Paul and Virginia: Translated from the French of Bernardin Saint-Pierre: (Bound Together with) Elizabeth; or, the Exiles of Sineria; a Tale , Founded Upon Facts: From the French of Madame Cottin.
by Helen Maria Williams
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New York: S. King, 1823 Rebound tan period leather scrap. Extra Title page engraved; Virgina at the fountain, with frontispiece: Already their Mother talked of their Marriage, by T. Uwins del. foxing, edgewear. Ownership ink on fep Edward O. Themcants? Book Sept. 11 1827 215 pgs. Binding is tight edges are not. Rare 1st American Edition. Size: 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall. First American Edition.. Full-Leather. Good.
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- Paul and Virginia: Translated from the French of Bernardin Saint-Pierre: (Bound Together with) Elizabeth; or, the Exiles of Sineria; a Tale , Founded Upon Facts: From the French of Madame Cottin.
- Helen Maria Williams
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- Used - Good
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- First American Edition.
- S. King
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- New York
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- EXILES SIBERIA FRENCH
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