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Author: Benjamin Disraeli
Title: Tancred; or, The new crusade
Language: en
Publisher: New York : Walter Dunne

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Tancred.--Miscellanea: On the life and writings of Isaac D'israeli.--The speaking Harlequin.--Poems.--Wit and wisdom.--Complete bibliography


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