The Ghost-seer!, Volume 2

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R. Bentley, 1849
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This book has a really good hand for a thin paperback. The cover is high quality. It looks like the editors went to a lot of care to include what they thought was important. The forward is a little ... Read full review

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Page 11 - s narrative," translated in Roscoe's German Novelists (vol. iii., 1826) as The Ghost-seer, occurs the following passage : ' We sat down upon a stone bench, and expected that the mask ' would pass by. He came straight towards us, and took his seat ' very close by the side of the Prince, who drew out his watch and ' said, rather loud, in French, rising at the same time from his seat, "Nine — come! we forget that they wait for us at the Louvre.

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