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The military history of His serene Highness Prince Eugene of Savoy, now generalissimo of the imperial army. As also of His Grace the late Duke of Marlborough, Prince of the Roman Empire, And of His Serene Highness the Prince of Nassau-Friezland, Father to his most Serene Highness the Prince of Orange. Containing A particular Description of all the principal Transactions of the Last War, and of all the Battles, Sieges, &c. in which their Highnesses of Savoy and Friezland commanded, in Conjunction with that glorious and ever-successful General. Together with Memoirs of the Life' of Prince Eugene, from his leaving the Court of France, and entering himself a Voluntier in the Emperor's Service, to his being made Commander in Chief of the Imperial Armies. Written in French by M. Dumont, Baron of Carelscroon, and Historiographer to the present Emperor, and by Mr. Rousset: and now faithfully translated into English by Paul Chamberlen, The Whole embellished and illustrated with a large Variety of whole Sheet Copper-Plates, taken from the original Designs, and engraven by the very best Hands, representing all the Battles and Sieges, in which those Generals were concerned, which is not attempted by any other.
- Dumont, Jean, baron de Carlscroon, 1667-1727.
- MDCCXXXVI.