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Gellert, Christian Fürchtegott. The history of the Swedish Countess of G*. In two parts. Part I. Consisting of a narrative as well of the fortunate as disastrous revolutions of her life, in Livonia, Sweden, and Holland. Part II. Containing an account of the sufferings of the count, her husband, as well in Muscovy, as durring Five Years Banishment to Sibera. With the particulars which occured to both of them, in Holland and in England, after their meeting each other again. By C. F. Gellert, M.A. Professor at the University of Leipsick. Translated from the original German.The Women's Print History Project, 2019, title ID 14425, https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/title/14425. Accessed 2024-04-20.

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  title={The history of the Swedish Countess of G*. In two parts. Part I. Consisting of a narrative as well of the fortunate as disastrous revolutions of her life, in Livonia, Sweden, and Holland. Part II. Containing an account of the sufferings of the count, her husband, as well in Muscovy, as durring Five Years Banishment to Sibera. With the particulars which occured to both of them, in Holland and in England, after their meeting each other again. By C. F. Gellert, M.A. Professor at the University of Leipsick. Translated from the original German.},
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