A Complete History of the Invasions of England, Including the Most Memorable Battles and Sea-fights from Julius Caesar, Down to the French Landing in Wales in 1796: The Calamites of France, Being a Catalogue of French Cruelties, with a Complete Abstract from Barruel's History of the French Clergy, Detailing the Refined System of Murder Pursued by the Notorious Jourdan, Carrier, Marrat, General Duquesnoy, and Robespierre; the Ejectment of the Priesthood, and Total Abolition of Religion and Humanity in France
J. Skirven, 1801 - France - 202 pages
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