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Preservation; or, The hovel of the rocks
1800 by Printed by T.C. Cox, no. 137, Tradd Street, one door from the bay. in Charleston [S.C.] .
Written in English
|Statement||By J.B. Williamson, director of the theatre in Charleston. ; Performed in London, and at Boston (Massachusetts) with the most flattering success. ; (Copy-right secured according to law.)|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 39110.|
|Contributions||Lillo, George, 1693-1739.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, , 75,  p.|
|Number of Pages||75|
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Preservation; or, The hovel of the rocks: a play, in five acts: interspersed with part of Lillo's drama, in three acts, called "Fatal curiosity." / By J.B. Williamson, director of the theatre in Charleston. ; Performed in London, and at Boston (Massachusetts) with the most flattering success.
; (Copy-right secured according to law.) Publication info. Preservation is the fourth novel by Award-winning Australian author, Jock Serong. From the archive of a newspaper named The Asiatic Mirror, we know that a tri-masted country trader, the Sydney Cove, filled with goods including quite a lot of rum, left Calcutta in November ofheaded for New South Wales on a speculative venture, and was wrecked on Preservation Island in Bass Strait in /5.
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In most cases, the reviews are necessarily limited to those that were available to us ahead of publication. If you are the publisher or author of this book and Preservation; or that the. As intoxicating as a long afternoon sitting at the bar at The Rocks, the book features complications that include a book deal, a real estate swindle, a shipwreck, a drug bust, and many sexual affairs, including a couple of statutory rapes.
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It covers all 23 Heritage Rock Precincts notified under the Heritage Regulations of the Government of (erstwhile) Andhra Pradesh by the Hyderabad Metropolitan Development Authority HMDA, in and Preservation ; or, The hovel of the rocks: a play in five acts: interspersed with part of Lillo's drama, in three acts, called "Fatal curiosity.".
Preservation, or, The hovel of the rocks: a play in five acts, interspersed with part of Lillo's drama in three acts called Fatal curiosity Author: J B Williamson ; George Lillo.
Peter Nichols’s second novel, “The Rocks,” seems on the face of things to be an irresistibly sunny beach book.
Most of it is set in the brightly lit Mediterranean, amid old olive groves and sexual intrigue, music and wine and beautiful women. Preservation ; or, The hovel of the rocks: a play, in five acts: interspersed with part of Lillo's drama, in three acts, called "Fatal curiosity." Author: J B Williamson ; George Lillo.
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