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Genuine and impartial memoirs of the life and character of Charles Ratcliffe : Esq ; who was beheaded on Tower-Hill, Monday, December 8, 1746. With an Account of his Family, and how far he was concerned in the Rebellion in 1715 ; the Inducements that occasioned his coming over to England, in 1735 ; and also the last Time with the Officers of Dillon's Regiment, in the Irish Brigade in the French Service. To which is Added, a true Account of his dying behaviour and last words. Also a full Answer to the Letter inserted in the Daily Advertiser on Saturday, December 6, 1746, relating to these Memoirs. Wrote by a gentleman of the family, to prevent the Publick being imposed on by any erroneous or partial Accounts to the Prejudice of this unfortunate Gentleman. Preview this item
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Genuine and impartial memoirs of the life and character of Charles Ratcliffe : Esq ; who was beheaded on Tower-Hill, Monday, December 8, 1746. With an Account of his Family, and how far he was concerned in the Rebellion in 1715 ; the Inducements that occasioned his coming over to England, in 1735 ; and also the last Time with the Officers of Dillon's Regiment, in the Irish Brigade in the French Service. To which is Added, a true Account of his dying behaviour and last words. Also a full Answer to the Letter inserted in the Daily Advertiser on Saturday, December 6, 1746, relating to these Memoirs. Wrote by a gentleman of the family, to prevent the Publick being imposed on by any erroneous or partial Accounts to the Prejudice of this unfortunate Gentleman.

Author: Gerard Penrice
Publisher: Dublin : Printed by George Faulkner, in Essex-Street, M, DCC, XLVI. [1746]
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Genre/Form: Sources
Named Person: Charles Radcliffe; Charles Radcliffe
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Gerard Penrice
OCLC Number: 745043948
Description: 1 online resource (24 pages)

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