A letter from a gentleman at the court of St. Germains, to one of his friends in England; containing a memorial about methods for setting the Pretender on the throne of Great Britain. Found at Douay, after the taking of that Town. Translated from the French copy, printed at Cologne by Peter Marteau [electronic resource].

London : [s.n.], Printed in the Year M.DCC.X. [1710]
19,[1]p. ; 4⁰.
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James, Prince of Wales, 1688-1766.
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England London.
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Variously attributed to Pierre Des Maiseaux, Daniel Defoe, and Arthur Maynwaring. For authorship controversy see Moore 189 and Snyder in Literatur als Kritik des Lebens (Heidelberg, 1975) p.123. Moore suggests that Des Maiseaux was only responsible for the French translation, but this undoubtedly appeared first - it is possible that he was the author. The Cologne imprint of that edition, however, is probably false.
French version: 'Lettre d'un gentilhomme de la cour de St. Germain, ..', 1710, with the (false?) imprint "A Cologne, chez Pierre Marteau.".
Electronic reproduction. Farmington Hills, Mich. : Cengage Gale, 2009. Available via the World Wide Web. Access limited by licensing agreements. s2009 miunns
Reproduction of original from British Library.
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Moore, 189
English Short Title Catalog, T66276.
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