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The shipwreck; or The adventures, love, and constancy, of paul and virginia, [electronic resource] : The two children of the cottages, who were reared in a sequestered valley of Port Louis, in the Isle of France; the history of their rural life and friendship, from their infancy: virginia's compulsive visit to her wealthy aunt beyond sea; her return, and miraculous preservation from a watery grave through the extraordinary exertions of a faithful negro, for whom she had formerly solicited a pardon of his cruel master; and at length her happy union with paul after the sufferings they both underwent for the love of each other. Newly translated from the French of Bernardin de st Pierre, by C.F. Barrett.

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The shipwreck; or The adventures, love, and constancy, of paul and virginia, [electronic resource] : The two children of the cottages, who were reared in a sequestered valley of Port Louis, in the Isle of France; the history of their rural life and friendship, from their infancy: virginia's compulsive visit to her wealthy aunt beyond sea; her return, and miraculous preservation from a watery grave through the extraordinary exertions of a faithful negro, for whom she had formerly solicited a pardon of his cruel master; and at length her happy union with paul after the sufferings they both underwent for the love of each other. Newly translated from the French of Bernardin de st Pierre, by C.F. Barrett.

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The shipwreck; or The adventures, love, and constancy, of paul and virginia, [electronic resource] : The two children of the cottages, who were reared in a sequestered valley of Port Louis, in the Isle of France; the history of their rural life and friendship, from their infancy: virginia's compulsive visit to her wealthy aunt beyond sea; her return, and miraculous preservation from a watery grave through the extraordinary exertions of a faithful negro, for whom she had formerly solicited a pardon of his cruel master; and at length her happy union with paul after the sufferings they both underwent for the love of each other. Newly translated from the French of Bernardin de st Pierre, by C.F. Barrett.

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The shipwreck; or The adventures, love, and constancy, of paul and virginia, [electronic resource] : The two children of the cottages, who were reared in a sequestered valley of Port Louis, in the Isle of France; the history of their rural life and friendship, from their infancy: virginia's compulsive visit to her wealthy aunt beyond sea; her return, and miraculous preservation from a watery grave through the extraordinary exertions of a faithful negro, for whom she had formerly solicited a pardon of his cruel master; and at length her happy union with paul after the sufferings they both underwent for the love of each other. Newly translated from the French of Bernardin de st Pierre, by C.F. Barrett.

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London : Printed and sold by S. Fisher, No. 10, St. John's Lane, Clerkenwell; also sold by T. Hurst, No. 32, Paternost Row; and T. Tounley, Boston, 1800.

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Paul et Virginie. English.

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1800.

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