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  • [Info] Ancient Spanish Ballads, Historical And Romantic (new edition; London: J. Murray; Edinburgh: Blackwood and Sons, 1842), ed. by J. G. Lockhart, illust. by William Allan, David Roberts, William Simson, Henry Warren, C. E. Aubrey, William Harvey, and Owen Jones
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