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Oeuvres by C. F. Volney


by C. F. Volney

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One large volume combining Volney's most famous works: Ruins, Voyage in Syria and Egypt, Law of Nature, Response to Dr. Priestley, Discourse on the Philosophic Study of Languages, New Research into Ancient History, History of Samuel, Lessons in History, Soil and Climate of the US, Precise State of Corsica, Consideration on the Turkish War. Published by Firmin Didot, printer for the Institute in Paris.
  ThomasCWilliams | Jun 1, 2009 |
This is the second edition of Oeuvres; first edition was 1821.
  ThomasCWilliams | May 31, 2009 |
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