The general history of the late war: containing it's rise, progress, and event, in Europe, Asia, Africa, and America (Google eBook)

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E. and C. Dilly, 1763 - Seven Years' War, 1756-1763
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Page 112 - Sir, that the small part of the campaign, which remains, shall be employed (as far as I am able) for the honour of his Majesty, and the interest of the nation, in which I am sure of being well seconded by the admiral, and by the generals.
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