Catalog Record: The Impartial secret history of Arlus, Fortunatus, and Odolphus | Hathi Trust Digital Library


The Impartial secret history of Arlus, Fortunatus, and Odolphus (Anonymous). The History of the proceedings of the Mandarins and Proatins of the Britomartian Empire (Anonymous). The adventures of five Englishmen from Pulo Condoro, by Walter Vaughan. With a new introd. for the Garland ed. by William Graves.

Related Names: Defoe, Daniel 1661?-1731., Oxford, Robert Harley Earl of 1661-1724., Vaughan, Walter.
Language(s): English
Published: New York, Garland Pub., 1972.
Subjects: English fiction > 18th century
Note: The Impartial secret history ... is a reprint of the 4th ed.; the 3 previous editions, also of 1710, were published under title: The Secret history of Arlus and Odolphus, and have been variously ascribed to the 1st Earl of Oxford and to D. Defoe. The History of the proceedings ... is a reprint of the 1712 ed. The adventures of five Englishmen ... is a reprint of the 1714 ed.
Physical Description: 9, 40, 78, 152 p. 22 cm.
ISBN: 0824005287
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