Catalog Record: Paris as it was and as it is, or, A sketch of the French capital : illustrative of the effects of the revolution, with respect to sciences, literature, arts, religion, education, manners, and amusements : comprising also a correct account of the most remarkable national establishments and public buildings : in a series of letters, written by an English traveller, during the years 1801-2, to a friend in London | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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Paris as it was and as it is, or, A sketch of the French capital : illustrative of the effects of the revolution, with respect to sciences, literature, arts, religion, education, manners, and amusements : comprising also a correct account of the most remarkable national establishments and public buildings : in a series of letters, written by an English traveller, during the years 1801-2, to a friend in London.

Main Author: Blagdon, Francis William, 1778-1819.
Language(s): English
Published: London : Printed by and for C.and R. Baldwin ..., 1803.
Subjects: Paris (France) > Description and travel.
Note: Author's identity from Halkett & Laing.
Physical Description: 2 v. ; 22cm. (8vo)
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