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Jean Racine

Letters from Mons. Racine, the elder, to his son M. Racine, the younger, when a youth: containing rules and instructions for his conduct through life: Anecdotes of several Persons, and sketches of historical events in the Court of France, in the reign of Lewis XIV. To which is added, a short account of the Abbey of Port Royal.

London: Printed and sold by T. Wilkins, No 45, Cow-Lane, Snow-Hill. Sold also by J. Bew, No 28. Paternoster-Row, and J. Stockdale, Piccadilly, 1785.
Letters from Mons. Racine, the elder, to his son M. Racine, the younger, when a youth: containing rules and instructions for his conduct through life: Anecdotes of several Persons, and sketches of historical events in the Court of France, in the reign of Lewis XIV. To which is added, a short account of the Abbey of Port Royal. Library Average
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Isaac Livesay3/3/17923/5/1792Racines Letters
Martin Hoffman3/26/17923/28/1792Racines Letters
Anthony Bleecker8/31/17999/3/1799Racines Letters
John Rodman9/16/18009/19/1800Racines Letters
John S. Doughty8/26/18058/28/1805Racin's Letters
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