Sketches of Imposture: Deception and Credulity

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T. Tegg, 1837 - 368 páginas
 

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Sketches of imposture, deception, and credulity [by R.A. Davenport]. - Page 95 de Richard Alfred Davenport - 1837 The most conspicuous of them were, however, Jean Marie Hervegault, and Maturin Bruneau. The former of these was the son of a tailor, at St. Lo. ... Affichage du livre entier - À propos de ce livre - Dans ma bibliothèque [ Supprimer ] - Plus d’éditions PDF;http://books.google.fr/books/pdf/Sketches_of_imposture__deception__and_cr.pdf?id=_MUDAAAAQAAJ&output=pdf&sig=uxZl3-EKCLv9Y58VZlnUg903HqM  

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