life & times of the Duchess of Portsmouth

by Jeanine Delpech

Publisher: Roy Publishers in New York

Written in English
Published: Pages: 212 Downloads: 911
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Subjects:

  • Kéroualle, Louise-Renée de, -- Duchess of Portsmouth and Aubigny, -- 1649-1734.

Edition Notes

StatementJeanine Delpech ; translated from the French by Ann Lindsay.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDA447, DA447P8 D4
The Physical Object
Pagination212 p. :
Number of Pages212
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21119420M

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