3 edition of An account of the late Scotch invasion found in the catalog.
An account of the late Scotch invasion
Gentleman in South-Brittain.
|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 1133, no. 40.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||48|
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About this product. An account of the late Scotch invasion: as it was open'd by My Lord Haversham in the House of Lords, on Fryday the 25th of February, /9: with some observations that were made in the H--se of Cns, and true copies of authentick papers: in a letter from a gentleman in South-Brittain to his friend in North-Brittain.
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An Account of the Late Scotch Invasion; As It Was Open'd by My Lord Haversham in the House of Lords, on Fryday the 25th of February, /9. with Some Observations in the H-Se of C-NS; And True Copies of Authentick Papers. by Gentleman in South-Brittain (Paperback / softback, ).
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