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A Cursory View of Prussia, from the Death of Frederick II to the Peace of Tilsit; Containing an Authentic Account of the Battles of Jena, Auerstadt, Eylau, and Friedland; As Also Other Important Events during that Interesting Period.
London: Printed for the Proprietors. Very Good with no dust jacket. 1809. First Edition. Disbound. 3/8" blank strip missing from head margin of title page. ; Title continues: "In a Series of Letters from a Gentleman in Berlin, to his Friend in London." A single disbound tract. [ii], 176 pages. No maps or illustrations. Complete. Dimensions: 8" by 4 7/8". Uncommon. "Not you alone, my worthy friend, but almost all Europe, are astonished at the rapid decline of the Prussian empire, and at the instantaneous annihilation of nearly the whole Prussian army [...]" - p. 1. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall .
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