Memoirs of the life and most memorable transactions of Capt. William Henry Cranstoun

Publication Date1753
RemainderContaining An Account of his Conduct in his younger Years. His Letter to his Wife, to persuade her to disown him fur an Husband. His Trial in Scotland, and the Court's Decree thereupon. His Courtship of Miss Blandy; his Success therein, and the tragical Issue of that Affair. His voluntary Exile Abroad, with the several Accidents that befel him, from his Flight to his Death. His Reconciliation to the Church of Rome; with the Conversation he had with a Reverend Father of the Church at the Time of his Conversion. His miserable Death, and pompous Funeral
Publisherprinted for M. Cooper, in Pater-Noster Row; W. Reeve, in Fleet-Street; and C. Sympson, in Chancery-Lane


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