BATTLES OF LEIPZIG: NARRATIVE OF THE…REMARKABLE EVENTS AND THE SANGUINARY SERIES OF ENGAGEMENTS BETWEEN THE ALLIED ARMIES AND THE FRENCH…

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By Frederic Shoberl. Published by Estburg, Kirk & Co., New York, 1814. Second American from the eighth London Edition. Title page stencil stamp [at top]: “Robert J. Burrows”. 206pp. Half calf with speckled marbled boards with gilt lettered spine label. Hinges slightly cracking; exhibits light wear at the extremities, and foxing of text.

Highly regarded contemporary history of the Battle of Leipzig, Oct. 16-19, 1813, in “The Battle of Nations” which Napoleon was decisively defeated for the first time. Coming on the heels of his disastrous retreat from Moscow a year earlier, this defeat at Leipzig paved the way for Bonaparte’s first abdication, and his first exile at St. Helena. Protected by transel wrap. Fine addition to any Napoleonic library.

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