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A Complete history of the present war, from its commencement in 1756 to the end of the campaign, 1760 : in which all the battles, sieges and sea-engagements, with every other transaction worthy of public attention are faithfully recorded with political and military observations
Bib ID 1300258
Format BookBook
Description London : W. Owen, L. Davis, C. Reymers, 1761 
548 p. ; 21 cm. 
Subjects Seven Years' War, 1756-1763.
Other authors/contributors Bibliotheque nationale du Quebec
Available From Service de microphotographie, Bibliotheque nationale du Quebec, 1700 Saint Denis St., Montreal, Que H2X 3K6 

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