A Particular Account of the Emperor of China's Gardens Near Pekin: in a Letter from F. Attiret, a French Missionary, Now Employ'd by that Emperor to Paint the Apartments in Those Gardens, to His Friend at Paris. Translated from the French by Sir Harry Beaumont
R. Dodsley; and sold, 1752 - 50 pages
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