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correspondence between the Earl and Countess of Jersey

Jersey, [George Bussy Villiers] 4th earl of

correspondence between the Earl and Countess of Jersey

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Published by R. White in London .
Written in English


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ContributionsJersey, Frances (Twysden) Villiers, countess of, 1753-1821. [from old catalog], Randolph, Francis, 1752-1831. [from old catalog]
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LC ClassificationsC1788.J45 A3
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Pagination1 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23529800M
LC Control Number06012369


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