Catalog Record: A week at Waterloo in 1815. Lady De Lancey's narrative: being an account of how she nursed her husband, Colonel Sir William Howe De Lancey, quartermaster-general of the army, mortally wounded in the great battle | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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A week at Waterloo in 1815. Lady De Lancey's narrative: being an account of how she nursed her husband, Colonel Sir William Howe De Lancey, quartermaster-general of the army, mortally wounded in the great battle. Ed. by Major B.R. Ward.

Main Author: De Lancey, Magdalene, Lady, 1793-1822.
Related Names: Dickens, Charles 1812-1870., Scott, Walter 1771-1832., Ward, B. R. 1863-
Language(s): English
Published: London, J. Murray, 1906.
Subjects: De Lancey, William Howe, > Sir, > 1778-1815.
Waterloo, Battle of, Waterloo, Belgium, 1815.
Note: Appendix: A. Letters to Captain Basil Hall, R.N., from Sir Walter Scott and Charles Dickens. B. Bibliography of Lady De Lancey's narrative: p. 131-132.
Physical Description: 136 p. illus. 21 cm.
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