The Second Usurpation of Buonaparte; Or a History of the Causes, Progress and Termination of the Revolution in France in 1815: Particularly Comprising a Minute and Circumstantial Account of the Evermemorable Victory of Waterloo to which are Added Appendices Containing the Official Bulletins of this Glorious and Decisive Battle, Volume 2
Leigh, 1816 - 456 pages
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