The funeral oration of Lewis XV the well-beloved King of France and Navarre
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The funeral oration of Lewis XV the well-beloved King of France and Navarre Pronounced in the church of the Royal Abbey of Saint Denis, the 27 of July, 1774. By Messire de Beauvais ... by Jean Baptiste Charles Marie de Beauvais

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Published by printed by Robert & Andrew Foulis, and sold by them and T. Cadell, London in Glasgow .
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SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 916, no. 6.
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Number of Pages107
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Open LibraryOL16898049M

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