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The Arabian nights entertainments. Abridged, from a collection of one thousand and one stories, told by the Sultaness of the Indies, to divert the Sultan from a cruel vow he had made, to marry a lady every day, and have her put to death next morning, to avenge himself for the disloyalty of his first Sultaness. : Containing a familiar account of the customs, manners, and religion of the eastern nations, the Tartars, Persians, and Indians

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  • "Shaw-Shoemaker digital edition"@en

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  • "Wooden boards (Binding)"
  • "Fiction"@en
  • "Fiction"
  • "Quarter bindings (Binding)"
  • "Juvenile literature"
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  • "Juvenile works"
  • "Juvenile literature"@en
  • "Marbled papers (Binding)"
  • "Fairy tales"
  • "Fairy tales"@en

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  • "The Arabian nights entertainments. Abridged, from a collection of one thousand and one stories, told by the Sultaness of the Indies, to divert the Sultan from a cruel vow he had made, to marry a lady every day, and have her put to death next morning, to avenge himself for the disloyalty of his first Sultaness. : Containing a familiar account of the customs, manners, and religion of the eastern nations, the Tartars, Persians, and Indians"@en
  • "The Arabian nights entertainments. : Abridged, from a collection of one thousand and one stories, told by the Sultaness of the Indies, to divert the Sultan from a cruel vow he had made, to marry a lady every day, and have her put to death next morning, to avenge himself for the disloyalty of his first Sultaness. : Containing a familiar account of the customs, manners, and religion of the eastern nations, the Tartars, Persians, and Indians"
  • "The Arabian nights entertainments abridged, from a collection of one thousand and one stories, told by the Sultaness of the Indies, to divert the Sultan from a cruel vow he had made, to marry a lady every day, and have her put to death next morning, to avenge himself for the disloyalty of his first Sultaness : containing a familiar account of the customs, manners, and religion of the eastern nations, the Tartars, Persians, and Indians"@en
  • "Arabian nights"@en
  • "Arabian nights"