A COMPENDIUS JOURNAL OF ALL THE MARCHES, famous battles, sieges, and Other Most Note-Worthy, and Ever Memorable Actions of the Triumphant Armies, of the Ever Glorious Confederate High Allies, in Their Late and Victorious War against the Powerful Armies of Proud and Lofty France, in and on the Confines of Holland, Germany, and Flanders, so Far as Our Successful British Troops Extended in Conjunction Therein. Digested into twelve campaigns, begun A.D. 1701, and ended in 1712; all, but the first and last, the Great Confederate Armies were under the conduct and command of our Honourable and much Honour-worthy, ever-renown'd, graceful, and excellent war-like Hero John Duke of Marlborough, Prince of the Holy Empire, &c.
London: Printed in the year, 1733. First edition. 8vo. xiv, 364, (8). Folding table, subscribers list. Somewhat later calf (front joint broken), all edges sprinkled red. Very good copy. Item #51443