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Daubenton, Marguerite. Zelia, in the desert. From the French. By the lady who translated "Adelaide and Theodore;" and "Anecdotes of Henry IV. of France." In two volumes.The Women's Print History Project, 2019, title ID 5774, https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/title/5774. Accessed 2024-07-20.

Daubenton, Marguerite. Zelia, in the desert. From the French. By the lady who translated "Adelaide and Theodore;" and "Anecdotes of Henry IV. of France." In two volumes. Dublin: James Moore [Dublin], Harriet Colbert [136 Capel Street], Arthur Grueber and McAllister, Luke White [Dame Street], Patrick Byrne I [Grafton Street], Patrick Wogan [Church Street], Bernard Dornin [College Green], 1789.

Daubenton , M. (1789). Zelia, in the desert. from the french. by the lady who translated "adelaide and theodore;" and "anecdotes of henry iv. of france." in two volumes. Dublin: James Moore [Dublin] Harriet Colbert [136 Capel Street] Arthur Grueber and McAllister. Luke White [Dame Street] Patrick Byrne I [Grafton Street] Patrick Wogan [Church Street] Bernard Dornin [College Green]

Daubenton, Marguerite. Zelia, in the desert. From the French. By the lady who translated "Adelaide and Theodore;" and "Anecdotes of Henry IV. of France." In two volumes. Dublin: James Moore [Dublin], Harriet Colbert [136 Capel Street], Arthur Grueber and McAllister, Luke White [Dame Street], Patrick Byrne I [Grafton Street], Patrick Wogan [Church Street], Bernard Dornin [College Green], 1789.

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