The History of a Fair Greek, who was Taken Out of a Seraglio at Constantinople, and Brought to Paris by a Late Embassador at the Ottoman Port, Interspersed with the Surprising Adventures of Several Other Slaves

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J. Hodges, 1755 - Paris (France) - 284 pages

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Page 288 - The Gentleman Instructed in the Conduct of a virtuous and happy Life. In three parts. Written for the Instruction of a young Nobleman. To which is added, A Word to the Ladies, by way of Supplement to the first part. Tenth edit. Lend., 1732." Who was the author of this, and when was the irst edition published ? My copy is lettered on the back " Hickes's Gentleman Instructed...
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