Memoirs of the Life and Gallant Exploits of the Old Highlander, Serjeant Donald Macleod: Who, Having Returned, Wounded, with the Corpse of General Wolfe, ... is Now in the CIII.d Year of His Age, Volume 5
from Peterborouh [sic]-House Press, by D. and D. Stuart. Sold by J. Forbes; J. Debrett; and J. Sewell, 1791 - 90 pages
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