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The art of swimming illustrated by proper figures with advice for bathing / by MonsIeur Thevenot; done out of French; to which is prefixed a prefatory discourse concerning artificial swimming, or keeping ones self above water
Art de nager.
Thevenot, M. 1620?-1692.
Advertisement: 8 p. at end.
, 60, 8 p., 32 leaves of plates.
London: Printed for Dan Brown ..., D. Midurnter and T. Leigh ..., and Robert Knaplock ..., 1699.
Arber's Term cat. / III 96
Wing / T888
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