A true relation of the cruelties and barbarities of the French

Publication Date1690
Remainderupon the English prisoners of war. Being a journal of their travels from Dinan in Britany, to Thoulon in Provence: and back again. With a description of the situation, and fortifications of all the eminent towns upon the road, and their distance. Of their prisons and hospitals, and the number of the men that died under their cruelty: with the names of many of them, and the places of their deaths and burials: with an account of the great charity and sufferings of the poor Protestants of France: and other material things that hapned upon the way. Faithfully and impartially performed by Richard Strutton, being an eye-witness, and a fellow sufferer. Licens'd June 27. 1690. James Fraser.
Extent[4], 57, [3] p.
Publisherprinted for Richard Baldwin, near the Black Bull in the Old-Baily




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