Authentic memoirs of the remarkable life and surprising exploits of Mandrin

Publication Date1755
Remaindercaptain-general of the French smugglers, who for the space of nine months resolutely stood in defiance of the whole army of France. With the Copy of an intercepted Letter, from one Chief to Another, relating some curious Particulars, concerning the Taking of Mandrin. Together with a particular Account of his Behaviour at the Place of Execution; and his great Resolution and Intrepidity thereon. Translated from the French. To which is added, A Geographical Description of those Cities, Towns and Castles on the Frontiers of Savoy and Switzerland, and in the Southern Provinces of France, which were the principal Scenes of Action. With two Prints of Mandrin, and his Gang
Publisherprinted for M. Cooper, Pater-Noster-Row, H. Owen, White-Fryars, Fleet-Street; and C. Sympson, in Chancery-Lane

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