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Author: Horace Walpole
Title: The letters of Horace Walpole, fourth earl of Orford; (Volume 14)
Publisher: Oxford : Clarendon press


"Bibliographical note": v.1, p. [xxxi]-xxxiii
v. 1. 1732-1743. -- v. 2. 1743-1750. -- v. 3. 1750-1756. -- v. 4. 1756-1760. -- v. 5. 1760-1764. -- v. 6. 1764-1766. -- v.7. 1766-1771. -- v. 8. 1771-1774. -- v. 9. 1774-1776. -- v. 10. 1776-1779. -- v. 11. 1779-1781. -- v. 12. 1781-1783. -- v. 13. 1783-1787. -- v. 14. 1787-1791. -- v. 15. 1791-1797. -- v. 16. Tables and idices [Addenda et corrigenda. Genealogical tqables. List of correspondents. Index of persons. index of places. index of subjects]

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