The Stranger's Guide to Paris: Containing an Accurate Description of the Palaces, Churches, Public Edifices, Libraries, Museums, Theatres, &c. : Together with Useful and Necessary Directions to Travellers : a Detailed Account of the Political, Scientific, Commercial, and Moral Institutions of the Capital : an Abstract of the Laws Relating to Foreigners : and an Historical Sketch of Paris : to which are Added Directions for Viewing Paris in Six Days and an Historical and Picturesque Description of the Environs
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