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Virtue in distress: or, heroism display'd. : Containing a succinct and true relation of the politick methods taken by the court of France to save the Young Pretender from being made a sacrifice to the late peace . Also the Steps taken at the Congress at Aix la Chapelle, to frustrate any Resolutions that might be formed to the Prejudice of his Claims and Pretensions in E-d. With a just and particular Account of every Thing that happened before, at, and after his being arrested at Paris, to his Arrival at Avignon. To which is added, A short Narrative of the various Hardships and Accidents that befell him in Scotland, after the Battle of Culloden, till his Escape to France. Preview this item
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Virtue in distress: or, heroism display'd. : Containing a succinct and true relation of the politick methods taken by the court of France to save the Young Pretender from being made a sacrifice to the late peace . Also the Steps taken at the Congress at Aix la Chapelle, to frustrate any Resolutions that might be formed to the Prejudice of his Claims and Pretensions in E-d. With a just and particular Account of every Thing that happened before, at, and after his being arrested at Paris, to his Arrival at Avignon. To which is added, A short Narrative of the various Hardships and Accidents that befell him in Scotland, after the Battle of Culloden, till his Escape to France.

Publisher: London : Printed for B. Dickinson, the Corner of Bell-Saa Inn, on Ludgate-Hill, [1749]
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Named Person: Charles Edward, Prince grandson of James II King of England
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
OCLC Number: 745128761
Description: 1 online resource ([4], 48 pages) : illustrations, portrait

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