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The Resource Theodore and Emma; : or, The Italian bandit; in which the fatal effects of revenge are portrayed in the character of the marquis de Rovigno, who, disappointed at the preference given to the count de Valenza by the daughter of the duke of Parma, enrolls himself in the company of a daring banditti, in order to accomplish his diabolical scheme of assassinating the count ... with other cruelties practised by the marquis and his son Waldemar, who, in the engagement with Theodore, accidentally kills his own father! Also, the melancholy catastrophe which attends the counts de Valenza and Ravenna, in the deaths of Theodore and Emma., By an Etonian

Theodore and Emma; : or, The Italian bandit; in which the fatal effects of revenge are portrayed in the character of the marquis de Rovigno, who, disappointed at the preference given to the count de Valenza by the daughter of the duke of Parma, enrolls himself in the company of a daring banditti, in order to accomplish his diabolical scheme of assassinating the count ... with other cruelties practised by the marquis and his son Waldemar, who, in the engagement with Theodore, accidentally kills his own father! Also, the melancholy catastrophe which attends the counts de Valenza and Ravenna, in the deaths of Theodore and Emma., By an Etonian

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Theodore and Emma; : or, The Italian bandit; in which the fatal effects of revenge are portrayed in the character of the marquis de Rovigno, who, disappointed at the preference given to the count de Valenza by the daughter of the duke of Parma, enrolls himself in the company of a daring banditti, in order to accomplish his diabolical scheme of assassinating the count ... with other cruelties practised by the marquis and his son Waldemar, who, in the engagement with Theodore, accidentally kills his own father! Also, the melancholy catastrophe which attends the counts de Valenza and Ravenna, in the deaths of Theodore and Emma.
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Theodore and Emma;
Title remainder
or, The Italian bandit; in which the fatal effects of revenge are portrayed in the character of the marquis de Rovigno, who, disappointed at the preference given to the count de Valenza by the daughter of the duke of Parma, enrolls himself in the company of a daring banditti, in order to accomplish his diabolical scheme of assassinating the count ... with other cruelties practised by the marquis and his son Waldemar, who, in the engagement with Theodore, accidentally kills his own father! Also, the melancholy catastrophe which attends the counts de Valenza and Ravenna, in the deaths of Theodore and Emma.
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By an Etonian
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eng
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Citation location within source
p. 531
Citation source
Summers, Gothic Bib.
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fiction
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Theodore and Emma; : or, The Italian bandit; in which the fatal effects of revenge are portrayed in the character of the marquis de Rovigno, who, disappointed at the preference given to the count de Valenza by the daughter of the duke of Parma, enrolls himself in the company of a daring banditti, in order to accomplish his diabolical scheme of assassinating the count ... with other cruelties practised by the marquis and his son Waldemar, who, in the engagement with Theodore, accidentally kills his own father! Also, the melancholy catastrophe which attends the counts de Valenza and Ravenna, in the deaths of Theodore and Emma., By an Etonian
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Chap-book
Dimensions
17.5 cm.
Extent
26 p.
Other physical details
col. front.
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  • (OCoLC)07104999
  • ucoclc7104999
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Theodore and Emma; : or, The Italian bandit; in which the fatal effects of revenge are portrayed in the character of the marquis de Rovigno, who, disappointed at the preference given to the count de Valenza by the daughter of the duke of Parma, enrolls himself in the company of a daring banditti, in order to accomplish his diabolical scheme of assassinating the count ... with other cruelties practised by the marquis and his son Waldemar, who, in the engagement with Theodore, accidentally kills his own father! Also, the melancholy catastrophe which attends the counts de Valenza and Ravenna, in the deaths of Theodore and Emma., By an Etonian
Publication
Note
Chap-book
Dimensions
17.5 cm.
Extent
26 p.
Other physical details
col. front.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)07104999
  • ucoclc7104999

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