Memoirs of Captain George Carleton, an English officer;
including anecdotes of the war in Spain under the Earl of Peterborough; and many interesting particulars relating to the manners of the Spaniards in the beginning of the last century.
Written by himself.
|Main Author:||Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.|
|Related Names:||Carleton, George.|
London, J. Davis, 1811.
Originally published under title: Memoirs of an English officer.
The authorship of Memoirs of an English officer, first published in 1728, has been erroneously attributed to Captain George Carleton; these memoirs are a fiction, written by Defoe and intended by him to accepted as the genuine reminiscences of a soldier. Cf. Daniel Defoe. Memoirs of an English officer. London, 1970. Pref.
Supplement to the Royal military chronicle, v. 2.
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