Arabian nights entertainments; [microform] : being a collection of stories, told by the Sultaness of the Indies to divert the Sultan from the execution of a bloody vow he had made to marry a lady every day, and have her head cut off next morning, to avenge himself for the disloyalty of the first Sultaness. : Containing a better account of the customs, manners, and religion of the Eastern nations, viz. Tartars, Persians, and Indians, than hitherto published. / Translated into French from the Arabian mss. by M. Galland, of the Royal Academy; and now done in English from the Paris edition.
- Norwich [Conn.]: : --Re-printed by Thomas Hubbard., M,DCC,XCVI. 
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- Early American imprints. First series ; no. 29993.