3 edition of Asteria and Tamberlain, or, The distressed lovers found in the catalog.
Asteria and Tamberlain, or, The distressed lovers
|Other titles||Asteria and Tamberlain, The distressed lovers, Royal lovers, The unhappy prince|
|Statement||written in French by a person of quality ; and rendred into English by E.C., Esq|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 189:13|
|Contributions||E. C., Esq|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 190 p|
|Number of Pages||190|
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OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource (, pages) Other Titles: Asteria and Tamberlain. Distressed lovers. Royal lovers. Unhappy prince. Get this from a library. Asteria and Tamberlain, or, the distressed lovers: a novel.
[Anne de La Roche-Guilhem; E C, Esq.]. Asteria and Tamberlain, or, The distressed lovers a novel / written in French by a person of quality ; and rendred into English by E.C., Esq.
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