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The Pleasing history of Prince Almanzor, and the beautiful shepherdess : Shewing how the young Princess Louisa, daughter of the King of Castile, in Spain, was put into a little boat, and left to perish in the midst of the sea ; but by a violent storm was driven upon the coast of Selicia, where she was taken up by a poor shepherd, and brought up as his child. by what means she came to the knowledge of her parentage, with the reception the met from the king her father who soon after gave her in marriage to Prince Almanzor. Ornamented with fine cuts.

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Published: London : Printed for H. Turpin, No. 104, in St. John's Street, near West Smithfield, [1780?]
Series: Eighteenth century collections online.
Topics: Biographical fiction - Early works to 1800.
Genres: Early works.
Online Access: ECCO - Full text online
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