A Narrative of the manner in which the campaign against the Indians in the year one thousand seven hundred and ninety one was conducted under the ... on the statements of the Sec. of War.
Title: A Narrative of the manner in which the campaign against the Indians in the year one thousand seven hundred and ninety one was conducted under the command of Major-General St. Clair, together with his observations on the statements of the Secretary of War, and the Quarter Master General ... and the Reports of the Committees, etc.
Publisher: British Library, Historical Print Editions
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<:Source Library>: British Library
<:Contributors>: Saint, clair, Arthur
<:Original Pub Date>: 1812
<:Physical Description>: 8º:.
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A concise view of the system of homoeopathy, and refutation of the objections commonly brought forward against it