The Battle of Minden, a Poem. In Three Books. By Sidney Swinney, ... Enriched with Critical Notes by Two Friends, and with Explanatory Notes by the Author, Volume 14
Mr. Dodsley; Messrs. Becket and De Hondt; Mr. Coote, and Mr. Evans; Messrs. Dilly; Mr. Merril at Cambridge; and Mr. Tessaman, York, 1769 - 86 pages
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