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Jean-Bernard Le Blanc

Letters on the English and French nations : containing curious and useful observations on their constitutions natural and political : nervous and humorous descriptions of the virtues, vices, ridicules and foibles of the inhabitants : critical remarks on their writers : together with moral reflections interspersed throughout the work / by Mons. L'Abbbé Le Blanc [Two lines of quotation in Latin] translated from the original French.

London: Printed for J. Brindley in New-Bondstreet, R. Francklin in Russel-street, Covent-Garden, C. Davisin Holbourn, and J. Hodges, London-Bridg, 1747.
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Letters on the English and French nations : containing curious and useful observations on their constitutions natural and political : nervous and humorous descriptions of the virtues, vices, ridicules and foibles of the inhabitants : critical remarks on their writers : together with moral reflections interspersed throughout the work / by Mons. L'Abbbé Le Blanc [Two lines of quotation in Latin] translated from the original French. Library Average
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Borrower Name Volume Date Out Date In Fine Transcribed
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Rep. Ledger
Charles WilkesVolume 112/21/178912/30/1789Letters of Le Blanc
Lieut. Col. George TurnbullVolume 16/7/17906/12/1790LeBlanc's Letters
Lieut. Col. George TurnbullVolume 26/12/17906/16/1790"
DeWitt ClintonVolume 19/24/17919/30/1791Lettre LeBlanck
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