A second letter to a late noble commander of the British forces in Germany

In which the noble commander"s address to the public, his letter to Colonel Fitzroy, ... are candidly and impartially considered. By the author of the first letter. by A freeman of Great-Britain.

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SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 385, no. 34.
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Number of Pages4033
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A second letter to a late noble commander of the British forces in Germany: In which the noble commander's address to the public, his letter to Colonel Fitzroy are candidly and impartially considered.

By the author of the first letter. [Freeman of Great-Britain.] A second letter to a late noble commander of the British forces in Germany.: In which the noble commander's address to the public, his letter to Colonel Fitzroy.

Together with the Colonel's answer, and Captain Smith's declaration, are candidly and impartially considered. By the author of the first ://   Early on in the book, he refers to the extreme hardships that hit Germany following the First World War.

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