to kindle in the bosoms of other men the same ardent courage with which his own was inflamed; but, with the transient fervour of a heated imagination this rash project evaporated, to make way for counsels less fraught with peril. That scheme anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Civil and Military History of Germany, from the Landing of Gustavus to the Conclusion of the Treaty of Westphalia. By the Late Francis Hare Naylor, Esq. In Two Volumes|