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Title: "The Land of Rubens. A companion for visitors to Belgium … Translated from the Dutch … by A. D. Vandam"
Author(s): Huet, Coenraad Busken [person] ; Rubens, Peter Paul, 1577-1640 [person] ; Vandam, Albert Escort Dresden [person]
British Library shelfmark: "Digital Store 10271.bb.17"
Page: 70 (scanned page number – not necessarily the actual page number in the publication)
Place of publication: London (England)
Date of publication: 1888
Publisher: Sampson Low
Type of resource: Monograph
Language(s): English
Physical description: viii, 230 pages (8°)

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British Library digitised image from page 320 of “An Every-day Heroine. Founded on ‘Anne Rose’; a domestic story, from the Dutch of J. J. Cremer. By Albert D. Vandam”
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Title: "An Every-day Heroine. Founded on ‘Anne Rose’; a domestic story, from the Dutch of J. J. Cremer. By Albert D. Vandam"
Author(s): Vandam, Albert Escort Dresden [person] ; Cremer, Jacob Jan [person]
British Library shelfmark: "Digital Store 12625.i.12"
Page: 320 (scanned page number – not necessarily the actual page number in the publication)
Place of publication: London (England)
Date of publication: 1877
Publisher: Richard Bentley
Type of resource: Monograph
Physical description: 3 volumes (8°)

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Messe Begleitung

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