The battle of Waterloo :
or, A faithful and interesting history of the unparalleled events connected therewith; from the period of Bonaparte's escape from Elba, to his arrival at St. Helena. Containing a circumstantial narrative of the decisive victory obtained over the French by the allied armies on the plains of Waterloo, June 18, 1815, under the command of those illustrious generals, the Duke of Wellington and Prince Blucher. Collected from official documents ... Illustrated with plans of the battle, portraits, etc. beautifully engraved.
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Manchester : J. Gleave, 1816.
Added t.-p., engraved: A correct and circumstantial account of the Battle of Waterloo, including every interesting particular relative to that glorious victory.
Physical description: viii, -572 p.,  leaves of plates : ports ; 22 cm.
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