Col. Henry Bouquet and His Campaigns of 1763 and 1764 / Memorial of Enoch Brown and Eleven Scholars

By: Cort, Rev. Cyrus

Price: $125.00

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Original brown cloth on boards. No DJ. Two titles in one volume. The first is centred on a young Swiss, Bouquet, who fought first for the Dutch and then for Sardinia before being commissioned by the British to fight the French. The second is a memorial to twelve persons massacred in Antrim Township, Pa., during the Pontiac War of 1764. Apparently it was Bouquet's loyalty to King George III that obscured him from American history books. Memorial of Enoch Brown is dated 1886. Contains also The Bouquet Celebration on Bushy Run Battlefield of 1883. Roughly 250 pp. in all. Patterned endpapers. Rear cover spotted and minor edge foxing. All pages clean and easily readable.

Title: Col. Henry Bouquet and His Campaigns of 1763 and 1764 / Memorial of Enoch Brown and Eleven Scholars

Author Name: Cort, Rev. Cyrus

Illustrator: Uncredited Frontispieces in Each Section

Categories: History,

Publisher: Lancaster, Pa., Steinman and Hensel: 1883

Binding: Original Cloth

Book Condition: Very Good

Jacket Condition: No Jacket

Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall

Seller ID: 001665

Keywords: NOISBN Military. French and Indian Wars