5 edition of Memoirs concerning the ancient alliance between the French and Scots found in the catalog.
|Statement||faithfully translated from the original records of the Kingdom of France by Thomas Moncrieff.|
|LC Classifications||DC93.7 .M66 1819|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 164 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||164|
|LC Control Number||2008277744|
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Memoirs concerning the ancient alliance between the French and Scots: and the privileges of the Scots in France: with the original French, faithfully extracted from the several records of that kingdom.
[Thomas Moncrieff;] Memoirs concerning the ancient alliance between the French and Scots: and the privileges of the Scots in France. Together with the original French Memoirs Concerning the Ancient Alliance Between the French and Scots, and the Privileges of the Scots in France.
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