Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Mr. Williams” in entry williams-eleazar of Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History:
... was the lost prince of the house of Bourbon, and it was proved, by physiological facts, that he was not possessed of Indian blood.
His complexion was dark, but his hair was curly.
The claims of Mr. Williams to identity with the dauphin of France were not put forth by himself, but by others.
In (1853-54), Rev. Mr. Hanson published a series of papers under the title ?
and afterwards published them in...
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