3 edition of Journeys to England in Victoria"s early days found in the catalog.
Journeys to England in Victoria"s early days
|Statement||by T. Fontane, 1844-1859; translated by Dorothy Harrison.|
|LC Classifications||DA625 .F683 1939|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||236|
|LC Control Number||39016233|
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This is the third volume in Jean Plaidy's well-written "Queens of England" series of books. In it, the author details the life and reign of Queen Victoria, from her rise as a young, sheltered princess to a Queen who would give her name to an era.
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