Title: A History of the Egyptian Revolution, from the period of the Mamelukes to the death of Mohammed Ali; from Arab and European Memoirs, etc.
Publisher: British Library, Historical Print Editions
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British Library Paton, Andrew Archibald; 1863. 8º. 9061.e.13.
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