Englische Miscellen, Volumes 17-20

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Johann Christian Hüttner
J. G. Cotta., 1804

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Page 83 - The Present State of Peru ; Comprising its Geography, Topography, Natural History, Mineralogy, Commerce, The Customs and Manners of its Inhabitants, The State of Literature, Philosophy, and the Arts, The Modern Travels of the Missionaries, in the Heretofore Unexplored Mountainous Territories, &c.
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Page 83 - The whole drawn from Original and Authentic Documents, chiefly written and compiled in the Peruvian Capital, and Embellished by Twenty Engravings of Costumes, &c.
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