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Narrative of the Burmese War : detailing the operations of Major-General Sir Archibald Campbell's army, from its landing at Rangoon in May 1824 to the conclusion of a treaty of peace at Yandaboo in February 1826 / by Major Snodgrass
Bib ID 2721465
Format BookBook
Author
Snodgrass, John James
 
Description London : J. Murray, 1827 
viii, 319 p., 1 leaf of plate : ill., 1 map (folded) ; 22 cm. 
Subjects Anglo-Burmese War, 1st, 1824-1826 -- Personal narratives.

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