Buonparteana; or, Sketches to serve for an inquiry into the virtues of the Buonaparte family. With an appendix, containing extracts [tr.] from a moral work [J.F. de Saint-Lambert's Catéchisme universel] suppressed by Buonparte

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1804
 

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