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Author Catton, William.
Title A poem on the taking of Cape Breton and Cherbourg, : also the destroying their fleet at St. Maloe's, by his Grace, the late Duke of Marlborough,
Related title Encomium on the magnanimous Ferdinand, Prince of Brunswick, the right honourable Lord George Sackville, and the truly noble Marqiss of Granby.
Encomium on Eaton School.
Short touch on the number of lines in this poem.
Publication Info [London? : s.n., 1758?]



Descript 1 sheet ([1] p.).
Note Caption title.
"Composed by the person that brought it, who comes for the answer, William Catton, native of St. Ann's, Westminster...".
Place and date of publication suggested by the British Library.
Each poem printed in double columns.
Reproduction of original in: British Library.
Contents A poem on the taking of Cape Breton and Cherbourg, also the destroying their fleet at St. Maloe's, by His Grace, the late Duke of Marlborough -- An encominum on the magnanimous Ferdinand, Prince of Brunswick. The Right Honourable Lord George Sackville, and the truly noble Marquiss of Granby -- An encomium on Eaton School -- A short touch on the number of lines in this poem.
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Author Catton, William.
Series Early English books online.
Subject Marlborough, John Churchill, Duke of, 1650-1722
Seven Years' War, 1756-1763 -- Poetry -- Early works to 1800.
Related title Encomium on the magnanimous Ferdinand, Prince of Brunswick, the right honourable Lord George Sackville, and the truly noble Marqiss of Granby.
Encomium on Eaton School.
Short touch on the number of lines in this poem.
Descript 1 sheet ([1] p.).
Note Caption title.
"Composed by the person that brought it, who comes for the answer, William Catton, native of St. Ann's, Westminster...".
Place and date of publication suggested by the British Library.
Each poem printed in double columns.
Reproduction of original in: British Library.
Contents A poem on the taking of Cape Breton and Cherbourg, also the destroying their fleet at St. Maloe's, by His Grace, the late Duke of Marlborough -- An encominum on the magnanimous Ferdinand, Prince of Brunswick. The Right Honourable Lord George Sackville, and the truly noble Marquiss of Granby -- An encomium on Eaton School -- A short touch on the number of lines in this poem.
Author Catton, William.
Series Early English books online.
Subject Marlborough, John Churchill, Duke of, 1650-1722
Seven Years' War, 1756-1763 -- Poetry -- Early works to 1800.
Related title Encomium on the magnanimous Ferdinand, Prince of Brunswick, the right honourable Lord George Sackville, and the truly noble Marqiss of Granby.
Encomium on Eaton School.
Short touch on the number of lines in this poem.

Subject Marlborough, John Churchill, Duke of, 1650-1722
Seven Years' War, 1756-1763 -- Poetry -- Early works to 1800.
Descript 1 sheet ([1] p.).
Note Caption title.
"Composed by the person that brought it, who comes for the answer, William Catton, native of St. Ann's, Westminster...".
Place and date of publication suggested by the British Library.
Each poem printed in double columns.
Reproduction of original in: British Library.
Contents A poem on the taking of Cape Breton and Cherbourg, also the destroying their fleet at St. Maloe's, by His Grace, the late Duke of Marlborough -- An encominum on the magnanimous Ferdinand, Prince of Brunswick. The Right Honourable Lord George Sackville, and the truly noble Marquiss of Granby -- An encomium on Eaton School -- A short touch on the number of lines in this poem.

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