A Letter from Flanders, Giving an Account of the Present State of the War in the Netherlands: ... By an Old English Officer, from the Camp Near Oudenard, to His Friend at London, June 17/6, 1744, Volume 3
M. Cooper, 1744 - 31 pages
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