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Haywood, Eliza - The Agreeable Caledonian, 1728 (ESTC N2180)

Haywood, Eliza
The Agreeable Caledonian: or, Memoirs of Signiora di Morella, a Roman lady, who made her escape from a monastery at Viterbo, for the love of a Scots nobleman. Intermix’d with many other entertaining little histories and Adventures which presented themselves to her in the Course of her Travels.
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Printed for Richard King , at the Prince’s-Arms in St. Paul’s Churchyard : and sold by W. Meadows , at the Angel in Cornhill ; T. Green , near Charing-Cross ; John Stone , against Bedford-Row, near Grays-Inn ; J. Jackson , in Pallmall, next St. James’s ; and J. Watson, over-against Hungerford-Market, in the Strand
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Oxford University - Bodleian Library, G. Pamph.2121(6)
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