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Far away, or, Sketches of scenery and society in Mauritius / by Charles John Boyle
Bib ID 392925
Format BookBook
Author
Boyle, Charles John
 
Description London : Chapman and Hall, 1867 
xii, 368 p. ; 20 cm. 
Notes

Spine title: Far away : life & scenery in the Mauritius.

Cited In

Toussaint, A. Bibliography of Mauritius, D 205.

Subjects Mauritius -- Description and travel.  |  Mauritius -- Social life and customs.
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Sketches of scenery and society in Mauritius

Life & scenery in the Mauritius

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