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Serta iseries King Size Mattress And Box Springs - $299 (Delivery Available)

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condition: excellent
make / manufacturer: Serta iseries
model name / number: Hybrid King Size Mattress
size / dimensions: 76 x 80

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Serta iseries Hybrid King Size Mattress And Box Springs for sale $299
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The mattress is 76 x 80 Serta iseries King Size Mattress "Gleeful"
We can deliver for an extra fee and get paid cash once we arrive with the merchandise
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The Square Pegs Some Americans Who Dared To Be Different
By Irving Wallace

This dazzling, dreamlike environment was James Harden H ickey’s chi ldhood playground. It made a lasting imprint
on his memory. For while impressionable young sters in the
N ew World were being prepared for the American Century
by Ragged Dick and Mark The Match Boy, Harden-Hickey
was becoming convinced that Napoleon III, who had won
the Crimean W ar, restored the Pope to Rome, and sent
Maximilian and Carlotta to Mexico, could defeat and dominate anyone on earth. The Emperor could not, of course,
as the Germans proved a few years later at Sedan, but
Harden-Hickey always thought so. He would never quite
forget Napoleon’s waxed mustache, the giant Zouave guards,
the Empress Eugenie in her carriage, the jingling of medals
and the rattling of swords in the Tuileries and about the
Elysees, the prefect Baron Haussmann’s sweeping grand
boulevards (widened so that mobs could no longer impede
troop movements by throwing furniture into the streets),
and, as he would later write, “ the Parisian crowds gaily
leaving the theatres to fill the brilliantly lit cafes with their
windows sparkling as from a thousand fires.”
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