Ascanius; Or, The Young Adventurer: A True History. Translated from a Manuscript Privately Handed about at the Court of Versailles. Containing a Particular Account of All that Happened to a Certain Person During His Wanderings in the North, from His Memorable Defeat in April 1746, to His Final Escape, on the 19th of September in the Same Year
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