Personal Memoirs and Correspondence of Colonel Charles Shaw ... Comprising a Narrative of the War for Constitutional Liberty in Portugal and Spain: From Its Commencement in 1831 to the Dissolution of the British Legion in 1837, Volume 2
Colburn, 1837 - 660 pages
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