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The Cruise of the Alerte - The narrative of a search for treasure on the desert island of Trinidad.

by Knight, E. F

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Longmans, Green & Co., London, 1913. Ninth impression. . Hardback.. 18 Black and White plates, 5 woodcuts and 2 map illustrations. Full leather binding with gilded decoration; marbled page edges and end papers. VG.


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