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APA Citation

Elliott, G. (1815). The life of the most noble Arthur, Duke of Wellington: from the period of his first achievements in India, down to his invasion of France, and the Peace of Paris in 1814. Comprehending not only the personal memoirs of that illustrious hero, but including, likewise, an historical view of the origin, progress, and termination of the Peninsular War, also, the civil and military transactions in Spain and Portugal ... Together with biographical notices of eminent contemporary military characters ... London: Printed for Sherwood, Neely, and Jones.

MLA Citation

Elliott, George. The Life of the Most Noble Arthur, Duke of Wellington: From the Period of His First Achievements In India, Down to His Invasion of France, And the Peace of Paris In 1814. Comprehending Not Only the Personal Memoirs of That Illustrious Hero, but Including, Likewise, an Historical View of the Origin, Progress, And Termination of the Peninsular War, Also, the Civil And Military Transactions In Spain And Portugal ... Together With Biographical Notices of Eminent Contemporary Military Characters ... London: Printed for Sherwood, Neely, and Jones, 1815.

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