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Count Alarik’s next move was to secure him to a tree.

Edward Whymper (?) David Henry Friston, from The magnet stories for summer days and winter nights, collective work, London,  not dated (between 1845-1879?).

(Source: archive.org)

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Count Alarik’s next move was to secure him to a tree.

Edward Whymper (?) David Henry Friston, from The magnet stories for summer days and winter nights, collective work, London, not dated (between 1845-1879?).

(Source: archive.org)


Wednesday, December 19, 2012
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