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Virtue in distress: Or, Heroism display'd containing a succinct and true relation of the politick methods taken by the Court of France to save the young pretender from being made a sacrifice to the late peace. Also the steps taken at the Congress at Aix la Chapelle, to frustrate any resolutions that might be formed to the prejudice of his claims and pretensions in E-d. With a just and particular account of every thing that happened before, at, and after his being arrested at Paris, to his arrival at Avignon. To which is added, A narrative of the various hardships and accidents that befell him in Scotland, after the Battle of Culloden, till his escape to France.

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London : Printed by B. Dickenson, on Ludgate-Hill, 1749.

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[2],50p. port.

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ESTC T196647



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