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"A new description of Paris containing a particular account of all the churches, palaces, monasteries ... with all other remarkable matters in that great and famous city / translated out of French."
Nouvelle description de la ville de Paris.
Brice, Germain, 1652-1727.
Translation of: Nouvelle description de la ville de Paris.
Attributed to Germain Brice. Cf. NUC pre-1956.
Added engraved t.p.
Errata: p.  at end.
, 166, 199,  p.
London: Printed for Henry Bonwicke ..., 1687.
Arber's Term cat. / II 176
Wing / B4440
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