2 edition of London Society in the (eighteen) sixties found in the catalog.
London Society in the (eighteen) sixties
Jeune, Susan Mary Elizabeth Baroness St. Helier.
|Statement||(Extracted from Harper"s new monthly magazine, European edition, vol. 58, 1909).|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||(8) p. :|
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