Travels Through the Low Countries: Germany, Italy and France, with Curious Observations, Natural, Topographical, Moral, Physiological, & C. Also, A Catalogue of Plants, Found Spontaneously Growing in Those Parts, and Their Virtues, Volume 1

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J. Walthoe, 1738 - Europe
 

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