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trial of the Right-Honourable Lord George Sackville at a court-martial

Sackville, George Germain Viscount

trial of the Right-Honourable Lord George Sackville at a court-martial

held at the Horse-Guards, February 29 1760 for an enquiry into his conduct ... together with His Lordship"s defence.

by Sackville, George Germain Viscount

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Published by Printed for W. Owen in London .
Written in English


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Pagination342p. ;
Number of Pages342
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Open LibraryOL19199320M

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Macbean corrected his earlier sworn statement at a later session (p. in afore book) stating that all of the 10 heavy pounders under his command had a 7 horse draught.

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