The History of Lord Seaton's Regiment: (the 52nd Light Infantry) at the Battle of Waterloo; Together with Various Incidents Connected with that Regiment, Not Only at Waterloo But Also at Paris, in the North of France, and for Several Years Afterwards: to which are Added Many of the Author's Reminiscences of His Military and Clerical Careers During a Period of More Than Fifty Years
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