The Works of M. de Voltaire: Ancient and modern history, chap. I-CLI

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J. Newbery, R. Baldwin, W. Johnston, S. Crowder, T. Davies, J. Coote, G. Kearsley, and B. Collins, at Salisbury, 1761
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