The Despatches of Earl Gower, English Ambassador at Paris from June 1790 to August 1792: To which are Added the Despatches of Mr. Lindsay and Mr. Monro, and the Diary of Viscount Palmerston in France During July and August 1791, Now Published for the First Time
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