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The Spy by James Fenimore Cooper Rare Book Novel The Last of the Mohicans Literary Author In great condition, considering its age, this antique copy of The Spy is is very good condition, there is obviously some wear being over years old. There is fraying and damage at the top of the/5().
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In this book, Peter Jones describes and intensely studies the revolutions that occurred in France, the Habsburg lands, the German lands, and the Italian Cited by: Events.
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