Lord George Sackville's Vindication of Himself, in A Letter to Colonel Fitzroy

Lord George Sackville's Vindication of Himself, in A Letter to Colonel Fitzroy

One of the Aids De Camp to Prince Ferdinand: With Colonel Fitzroy's Answer; And the Declaration of Captain Smith, One of the Aids De Camp to Lord George. Containing A Full and Particular Account of Every Thing That Passed, Relative to Lord George Sackville's Conduct and Behaviour at the Battle of Thornhausen, on the First of August, 1759

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Publisher: London : printed for R. Stevens, at Pope's-Head, in Paternoster-Row, MDCCLIX. [1759]
Characteristics: 21,[1]p. ; 40

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