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Young Folks' History of England

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Author: Charlotte M. Yonge

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By Charlotte M. Yonge. A treatise on conquest and war during different periods of history, beginning with Julius Caesar in 55 B.C; and ending with Queen Victoria's reign between 1860 and 1872 A.D.

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