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Talbot Harland. with Port of Charles II, After the Painting by Sir Peter Lely, and Three Etchings by Eugne-Andr

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Paperback, 156 pages
Published January 1st 2010 by General Books
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[These notes were made in 1986:]. The edition is properly described as: Talbot Harland : in one volume/ with portrait of Charles II., after the painting by Sir Peter Lely, and three etchings by Eugene-Andre Champollion, after paintings by Hugh W. Ditzler. Philadelphia : Printed for subscribers only by G. Barrie & Sons, [18--?:] The central premise of this novel is that the highwayman Claude Duval was in fact a practical-joking French courtier at the court of Charles II. He gets himself mixed ...more
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William Harrison Ainsworth was educated at Manchester Grammar School and later articled to a solicitor, deserting this profession for literature.

Among his best known novels are The Tower of London (1840), Old St. Paul's (1841), Windsor Castle (1843) and The Lancashire Witches (1848).
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