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English: Chapter The Travels of sir John Chardin through Mingrelia and Georgia into Persia from Christopher Smart, Oliver Goldsmith, Samuel Johnson. The world displayed, or, A collection of voyages and travels, Volume 7
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Source Christopher Smart, Oliver Goldsmith, Samuel Johnson. The world displayed, or, A collection of voyages and travels, Volume 7, P. 321-426
Author Christopher Smart (1722-1771), Oliver Goldsmith (1728-1774), Samuel Johnson (1709-1784)
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