Count Taaffe's letters from the imperial camp, to his brother the Earl of Carlingford here in London:
giving an account of the most considerable actions, both before, and at, the raising of the siege at Vienna, together with several remarkable passages afterward, in the victorious campagne against the Turks in Hungary. With an addition of two other letters from a young English nobleman, a voluntier in the imperial army.
|Main Creator:||Carlingford, Francis Taaffe, Earl of, 1639-1704.|
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London : printed for T.B. and are to be sold by William Abbington, near the Wonder Tavern on Lud-gate-Hill, 1684.
Count Taaffe = Francis Taaffe, Earl of Carlingford.
Physical description: , 34 p. ; 4⁰.
Citations/References: Wing (2nd ed., 1994), C592
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