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The life of General James Wolfe, the conqueror of Canada, or, The elogium of that renowned hero, attempted according to the rules of eloquence : with a monumental inscription, Latin and English, to perpetuate his memory. by. Pringle, John, Sir, 1707-1782. London : Printed 1760, Boston, New-England re-printed, and sold by Fowle and Draper. and by Green and Russell.

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The life of General James Wolfe, the conqueror of Canada, or, The elogium of that renowned hero : attempted according to the rules of eloquence : with a monumental inscription, Latin and English, to perpetuate his memory.

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Ottawa :, Canadian Institute for Historical Microreproductions, 1983. Personal Name: Wolfe, James, 1727-1759. Geographic Name: Great Britain Biography.

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Pringle, John, Sir, Life of General James Wolfe, the conqueror of Canada, or, the elogium of that renowned hero, attempted according to the rules of eloquence with a monumental inscription, Latin and English, to perpetuate his memory, Montreal: Grant Woolmer Books.

Pringle, John, Sir, Life of General James Wolfe, the conqueror of Canada, or, the elogium of that renowned hero, attempted according to the rules of eloquence with a monumental inscription, Latin and English, to perpetuate his memory, Montreal: Grant Woolmer Books, 1974. Encyclopedia of World Biography.

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