It has been three years since the publication of the Voyage, an original 16th-century collection of text written by Marie de la Tour and Marie de Cuyper.
The book has captivated audiences around the world, as well as sparking an online petition to have the manuscript re-published.
But now, the story behind the story has been revealed, and the original text has been lost forever.
The Voyage manuscript was lost forever in the hands of an American publisher, whose name is being withheld due to concerns over copyright violations.
The publisher is now seeking $30 million in damages, and claims the book was stolen by an unauthorized party.
In a statement, the publisher says it did not steal the manuscript, but instead obtained it through a private sale.
The story of the book has been told in various publications, and its authenticity has been proven to have been stolen.
It was published in English by Penguin in 2015.
“The Voyages were written with a wide variety of sources, including letters, diaries, manuscripts, maps, and paintings,” the statement reads.
“As they were translated into different languages, the Voyages became the basis for many of the myths, legends, and legends of the time.
These materials have not only been lost, but the story of their creation has also been lost.”
The book was the subject of a 2015 BBC documentary about the French-American community in North Carolina.
It remains one of the most famous and influential texts of the 16th century, and has been translated into more than 50 languages.
In December 2016, a group of scholars from several universities in France uncovered the original manuscript and published it in French.
They described the book as “a remarkable source of knowledge, with important contributions to science, literature, religion, and art.”
“We want to ensure that all of the information about the Voyagens, including the original source, are preserved and made available to the public,” they wrote in their statement.
The group said they were interested in preserving the book for future generations to enjoy.
“It is a very important and very important subject in the history of science and of society, but also in the cultural history of France,” said Jean-Pierre Leclerc, the president of the association.
“It is important for historians to have access to the material, but we also need to make sure that we preserve this.”
The Voyagenses’ original manuscript has been in the possession of the National Archives of France since 2011.
The manuscript was found in a small box that was kept in a basement of a building owned by the French National Archives in Paris.
In a video uploaded to YouTube by the association, the group said the box had been in its current location since 2011 and was stored in the basement for nearly two years.
The team said they found the manuscript in a large box in a room with a small table.
The box was covered in the text of the manuscript on a sheet of paper, which was taped up with a red ribbon.
Included in the box was a small wooden box with the text “The Voyaging of the World,” which is the original name for the manuscript.
The text was written on a piece of paper and could not be read by the public.
In an interview with the BBC, the French Association of Voyagers said the organization was in the process of reviewing the manuscript to determine what happened to it.
“We are now going to conduct an investigation to determine who owns the copyright on the Voyaging,” the association said in a statement.
“We will do this by a scientific and historical inquiry.”