I have said, to begin to write in camps, in the midst of sieges and the noise of arms, when my mind was engrossed by the variety and importance of events, and sought, in composition, a relief from public calamity. My work has been continued and completed...
The Life of Thuanus: With Some Account of His Writings, and a Translation of ... - Page 391
by John Collinson - 1807 - 467 pages
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