An impartial history of the life and reign of our late most gracious sovereign Queen Anne

Publication Date1738
RemainderOf blessed memory; Wherein is contained, An Accurate and Exact Account of the most Memorable Transactions of that incomparable Princess; As also the most Material incidents of the Life of the late Duke of Ormond. In Three Parts; Containing, I. An Account of the most remarkable Civil Transactions of Her Majesty's Reign, particularly Her uniting the two Crowns of England and Scotland, a Work which had been in vain attempted by many of Her Royal Predecessors; together with the most memorable Victories gained by Her Admirals at Sea, as the Reduction of the whole Island of Minorca, the Taking of Gibraltar, and Raising the Siege of that Place, and the rendering the Descent of the Pretender in Scotland ineffectual, without harrassing the People with any extraordinary Levies or Taxes. II. The Transactions of Her Allies, under the Command of the immortal Prince Eugene, and the Generals of the States of the United Provinces. III. The glorious Atchievements of our own immortal Hero, the great Prince and Duke of Marlborough. The Whole Illustrated with a large Variety of whole Sheet Copper-Plates, engraven by the best Hands, representing all the Sea-Fights, Battles, and Sieges in which those Admirals and Generals were concerned. By Paul Chamberlen, Gent.
Publisherprinted for W. Lloyd, next the King's-Arms Tavern in Chancery-Lane, Fleet-Street, and sold by the Booksellers of London and Westminster



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