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Sir John Chardin

The travels of Sir John Chardin into Persia and the East-Indies, through the Black Sea, and the country of Colchis / containing the author's voyage from Paris to Ispahan ; illustrated with twenty five copper plates : to which is added, The coronation of this present king of Persia, Solyman the III.

London: Printed for Christopher Bateman, at the Bible and Crown in Middle-row in Holborn, 1691.
The travels of Sir John Chardin into Persia and the East-Indies, through the Black Sea, and the country of Colchis / containing the author's voyage from Paris to Ispahan ; illustrated with twenty five copper plates : to which is added, The coronation of this present king of Persia, Solyman the III. Library Average
Circulation records from 1793-1799 are lost.
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Henry Haydock1/29/17902/3/1790Chardins Travels
John Cozine9/1/17909/11/1790Chardins Travels
Garrett Abeel10/20/179010/25/1790Chardins Travels
William Laight3/28/17914/7/1791Chardins Travels
Sidney Phoenix6/13/17916/16/1791Chardins Travels
Abraham Prall8/21/17998/26/1799Chardins Travels
Peter Kemble11/4/179911/13/1799Chardins Travels
William Wilson3/27/18004/2/1800Chardins Travels
Jacobus Fine7/10/18017/14/1801Chardin's Travels
DeWitt Clinton7/13/18037/20/1803Chardin's Travels
John Wilkins12/12/180312/19/1803Chardin's Travels
John Onderdonck10/2/180410/13/1804Chardin's Travels
Abraham Brinckerhoff5/1/18055/9/1805Chardin's Travels
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