The Devil Upon Two Sticks in England: Being a Continuation of Le Diable Boiteux of Le Sage

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printed at the Logographic Press; and sold by J. Walter; and W. Richardson, 1790

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Page 67 - And that old building," continued he, " which we are now approaching, is the entrance of the palace, whofe back-front you have already feen from the park.
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