The Gipsies' Advocate, Or, Observations on the Origin, Character, Manners, and Habits of the English Gipsies: To which are Added Many Interesting Anecdotes on the Plans of Several Benevolent Individuals who Anxiously Desire Their Conversion to God

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Seeley ... [and 3 others] ; Lindsay and Company ... Edinburgh ; Collins, Glasgow ; Wakeman, Dublin; Wilson and Son, York, 1831 - 158 páginas
 

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