Memoirs and anecdotes, 1816 May 10 - 1820 May 13.

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Wraxall, Nathaniel William, Sir, 1751-1831. Memoirs and anecdotes, 1816 May 10 - 1820 May 13.

Memoirs and anecdotes, 1816 May 10 - 1820 May 13.

Manuscript, in a single hand, of a collection of miscellaneous anecdotes concerning notables of Wraxall's time. He includes an extensive account of the circumstances surrounding the wedding of Princess Elizabeth of England and suggests Robert Harley, Earl of Oxford to be the real author of "Robinson Crusoe," and Sir Philip Francis to be the author of the "Junius" letters.

1 v. (120 p.) ; 19 x 12 cm.

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