The History of a Fair Greek: Who was Taken Out of a Seraglio at Constantinople, and Brought to Paris by a Late Embassador at the Ottoman Port, Interspersed with the Surprising Adventures of Several Other Slaves
J. Hodges, 1755 - 284 pages
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