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The Resource Arabian tales; or, A continuation of the Arabian nights entertainments. Consisting of stories, related by the Sultana of the Indies, to divert her husband from the performance of a rash vow. Exhibiting a most interesting picture of the religion, laws, manners, customs, arts, and literature of the nations of the East, Newly translated from the original Arabic into French by Dom Chaves, and M. Cazotte

Arabian tales; or, A continuation of the Arabian nights entertainments. Consisting of stories, related by the Sultana of the Indies, to divert her husband from the performance of a rash vow. Exhibiting a most interesting picture of the religion, laws, manners, customs, arts, and literature of the nations of the East, Newly translated from the original Arabic into French by Dom Chaves, and M. Cazotte

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Arabian tales; or, A continuation of the Arabian nights entertainments. Consisting of stories, related by the Sultana of the Indies, to divert her husband from the performance of a rash vow. Exhibiting a most interesting picture of the religion, laws, manners, customs, arts, and literature of the nations of the East
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Arabian tales; or, A continuation of the Arabian nights entertainments. Consisting of stories, related by the Sultana of the Indies, to divert her husband from the performance of a rash vow. Exhibiting a most interesting picture of the religion, laws, manners, customs, arts, and literature of the nations of the East
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Newly translated from the original Arabic into French by Dom Chaves, and M. Cazotte
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eng
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EXA
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fiction
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Arabian tales; or, A continuation of the Arabian nights entertainments. Consisting of stories, related by the Sultana of the Indies, to divert her husband from the performance of a rash vow. Exhibiting a most interesting picture of the religion, laws, manners, customs, arts, and literature of the nations of the East, Newly translated from the original Arabic into French by Dom Chaves, and M. Cazotte
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Publication
Dimensions
19 cm.
Extent
3 v.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)02726672
  • ucoclc2726672
Label
Arabian tales; or, A continuation of the Arabian nights entertainments. Consisting of stories, related by the Sultana of the Indies, to divert her husband from the performance of a rash vow. Exhibiting a most interesting picture of the religion, laws, manners, customs, arts, and literature of the nations of the East, Newly translated from the original Arabic into French by Dom Chaves, and M. Cazotte
Publication
Dimensions
19 cm.
Extent
3 v.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)02726672
  • ucoclc2726672

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