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historical journal of the British campaign on the continent in the yeare 1794
L. T. Jones
|Statement||by Captain L.T. Jone"s, of the 14th regiment. Dedicated, by permission, to His Royal Highness, Field Marshall, the Duke of York.|
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An historical journal of the British campaign on the continent, in the year ; with the retreat through Holland. Get this from a library. An historical journal of the British campaign on the continent: in the year ; with the retreat through Holland, in the year By Captain L.T.
Jones, Of The 14th Regiment. Dedicated, BY Permission, To His Royal Highness, Field Marshal, The. Further reading. Jones, Captain L. (), An Historical Journal of the British Campaign on the Continent in the YearLondon.
Anon. (), An Accurate and Impartial Narrative of the War, by an Officer of the Guards, London. Burne, Alfred (), The Noble Duke of York: The Military Life of Frederick Duke of York and Albany, London: Staples on: Pont-à-Chin, Belgian.
Get this from a library. An historical journal of the British campaign on the continent: in the year ; with the retreat through Holland, in the year By Captain L.T. Jones. [Lewis Tobias Jones]. Jones, Captain L.
(), An Historical Journal of the British Campaign on the Continent in the YearLondon. Lambert, Andrew (), Nelson: Britannia's God of War, London: Faber and Faber, ISBN Officer of the Guards, An (), An Accurate and Impartial Narrative of the War, by an Officer of the Guards, on: Belgium, Northern France, Netherlands, and.
The Historical Journal continues to publish papers on all aspects of British, European, and world history since the fifteenth century. The best contemporary scholarship is represented.
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