Waggish tales of the Czechs: Originally entitled Gesta Czechorum. Done into English out of the original 15th century Czech manuscript of Rehor Frantisek of Czaslau, sometime Almoner to the court of Zikmund, King over both Bohemia and Hungary, and Holy Roman Emperor, and later Master of the Wardrobe to the Magnata Bohdan Beverlik of Tynist by C.D.S.Feals, in an adaptation to the reading requirements of the American public
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