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
G. Smith, and sold also - Jacobite Rebellion, 1745-1746 - 64 pages
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