The History and Remarkable Life of the Truly Honourable Col. Jacque, Commonly Call'd Col. Jack, who was Born a Gentleman, Put 'prentice to a Pick-pocket, was Six and Twenty Years a Thief, and Then Kidnapp'd to Virginia. Came Back a Merchant ... Went Into the Wars ... was Made Colonel of a Regiment ... and Resolves to Dye a General. [By D. Defoe.] The Second Edition
London, 1723 - 399 pages
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