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Ildegerte, Queen of Norway
Eustache Le Noble
1722 by printed for S. Illidge; W. Meadows; W. Lewis; T. Payne; B. Creeke; A. Ward; and T. Butler in London .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||5666|
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Ildegerte, Queen of Norway; or, heroick love: a novel. Written originally in French, by the author of The happy slave.
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