The young chevalier: or, a genuine narrative of all that befell that unfortunate adventurer, from his fatal defeat to his final escape ... :
the whole interspersed with ... anecdotes of the ... chiefs who accompanied ... him in his distresses. In particular the characters of Lord Lovat, etc. /
by a gentleman, who was personally acquainted not only with the scenes of action, but with many of the actors themselves.
|Main Creator:||Gentleman who was personally acquainted not only with the scenes of action but with many of the actors themselves.|
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London : printed for the author, and by his appointment sold by R. Griffiths, [1748?]
Young chevalier = Charles Edward Stuart, the Young Pretender.
Sometimes attributed to Henry Goring or to Andrew Henderson.
Also issued as part of: 'The temple of fame: or, the Sc--d---l---s chronicle for the year 1748', vol. 2, London, .
Physical description: ,107, p. : port ; 8vo
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