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Arabian tales; being a continuation of the Arabian nights entertainments. Consisting of one thousand and one stories, told by the Sultaness of the Indies ... Containing a better account of the customs, manners, and religion of the Eastern nations, than is to be met with in any work hitherto published.

Author: Denis Chavis; Jacques Cazotte
Publisher: Edinburgh, Printed for G. Mudie 1792.
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Arabian nights. English.
Arabian tales.
Edinburgh, Printed for G. Mudie [etc.] 1792
(OCoLC)646915480
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Denis Chavis; Jacques Cazotte
OCLC Number: 4734602
Description: 4 volumes frontispiece 18 cm
Other Titles: Arabian nights.
Responsibility: Translated from the Arabian manuscript into French, by Dom Chavis and M. Cazotte, and now translated into English from the last French edition.

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