The Vanitie Of The Eye First Begun For The Comfort Of A Gentlewoman Bereaved Of Her Sight, And Since Upon Occasion Inlarged And Published For The Comm by George HakewillThe Vanitie Of The Eye First Begun For The Comfort Of A Gentlewoman Bereaved Of Her Sight, And Since Upon Occasion Inlarged And Published For The Comm by George Hakewill

The Vanitie Of The Eye First Begun For The Comfort Of A Gentlewoman Bereaved Of Her Sight, And…

byGeorge Hakewill

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Title:The Vanitie Of The Eye First Begun For The Comfort Of A Gentlewoman Bereaved Of Her Sight, And…Format:PaperbackDimensions:188 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.4 inPublished:December 14, 2010Publisher:EEBO Editions, ProQuestLanguage:English

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