Pontefract Castle: An Account how it was Taken: ... In a Letter to a Friend. By Capt. Tho. Paulden. Now Reprinted for the Widow; ...
sold at Widow Pratt's coffee-house; and at Mr. Jermain's, 1719 - 24 pages
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