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3 edition of Report on the arrangements which have been adopted, in former periods, when France threatened invasions of Britain or Ireland, to frustate [sic] the designs of the enemy, by attacks on his foreign possessions, or European ports, by annoying his coasts, and by destroying his equipments found in the catalog.

Report on the arrangements which have been adopted, in former periods, when France threatened invasions of Britain or Ireland, to frustate [sic] the designs of the enemy, by attacks on his foreign possessions, or European ports, by annoying his coasts, and by destroying his equipments

John Bruce

Report on the arrangements which have been adopted, in former periods, when France threatened invasions of Britain or Ireland, to frustate [sic] the designs of the enemy, by attacks on his foreign possessions, or European ports, by annoying his coasts, and by destroying his equipments

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Published in [London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 6065, no. 02.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationiv,83,[1];[4],cxxp.
Number of Pages83
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16882382M


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Report on the arrangements which have been adopted, in former periods, when France threatened invasions of Britain or Ireland, to frustate [sic] the designs of the enemy, by attacks on his foreign possessions, or European ports, by annoying his coasts, and by destroying his equipments by John Bruce Download PDF EPUB FB2