The Present State of Europe: Explaining the Interests, Connections, Political and Commercial Views of Its Several Powers, Comprehending Also, a Clear and Concise History of Each Country, ...
Thomas Longman, and Charles Hitch; John and James Rivington; and Robert Dodsley, 1752 - 517 pages
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