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FREDERICK II, King of Prussia (1712--1786)
[Mémoires pour servir à l'histoire de Brandebourg. English. 1759]
Memoirs of the House of Brandenburg: from the earliest accounts, to the death of Frederick I. King of Prussia. To which are added, four dissertations. I. On manners, customs, industry, and the progress of the human understanding in the arts and sciences. II. On the antient and modern government of Brandenburg. III. On superstition and religion. IV. On the reasons for the enacting and repealing of laws. And a preliminary discourse. By the present King of Prussia.
Edinburgh printed by E. and J. Robertson; for W. Gray, 1759.
vi, 246 p. ; 15.9 cm. (8º)

A translation of Frederick II's Mémoires pour servir à l'histoire de Brandebourg. English translation first published in 1751; an abridged translation had previously appeared in 1748.

Binding C18th calf, gilt-tooled spine, red morocco spine-label.

Reference Number 671


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