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Les Fureurs de l'amour : ou histoire et correspondance authentiques de James Hackman et de miss Martha Ray, assassinee d'un coup de pistolet par son amant a la sortie du theatre de Covent-Garden / 2.

Author: James Hackman; Martha Ray; Théodore Pierre Bertin; Joseph H Rochelle
Publisher: Paris : Petit, (1809)
Edition/Format:   Book   Computer File : English
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Computer File, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: James Hackman; Martha Ray; Théodore Pierre Bertin; Joseph H Rochelle
OCLC Number: 300046939
Description: 155, V S. : ill.
Responsibility: trad. de l'anglois par T.P. Bertin.

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