An Authentic Narrative of the Treatment of the English, who Were Taken Prisoners on the Reduction of Bednore, by Tippoo Saib;: From the 28th of April, 1783, the Day of Capitulation, to Their Enlargement on the 25th of April, 1784, Volume 4
G. Kearsley, at Johnson's Head, no. 46, Fleet Street., 1785 - India - 124 pages
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