Memoirs and Corresponence of Major-General Sir William Nott ...: Edited, at the Request of Sir Williams Nott's Daughters, Letitia Nott and Charklitte Bower, from Documents in Ther Exclusive Possession, Том 2
Hurst and Blackett, 1854
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Sir William Nott
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Sir William Nott
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