2 edition of unpublished correspondence of Madame de Staël and the Duke of Wellington found in the catalog.
unpublished correspondence of Madame de Staël and the Duke of Wellington
Victor de Pange
1965 by Cassell .
Written in English
|Statement||by Victor de Pange.|
|Contributions||Staël, de, Madame, 1766-1817.|
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