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The Sword of the Old Frontier; A Tale of Fort Chartres and Detroit Being a Plain Account of Sundry Adventures Befalling Chevalier Raoul de Coubert, One Time Captain in the Hussars of Languedoc, During the Year 1763

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  • 1. Hardcover, A.C. McClurg, 1906

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    Condition:
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    Description: Fair. No Dustjacket. 1906. 407 pages. No dust jacket....

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  • 2. Hardcover, McClurg & Co, 1905

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    Description: Yohn, F. C. Very Good. No Jacket. Signed by Illustrator(s) From...

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