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[Bonneval?] Memoirs of the Bashaw Count Bonneval, from his birth to his death: shewing the motives which induced him to quit the service and dominions of France; his entrance into and sudden rise in the imperial armies; his exploits in Italy, Hungary, &c., his quarrel with the Marquis de Prie and its consequences; the true cause of his disgrace at the court of Vienna; and the reasons which occasioned him to seek an azylum amongst the Turks; with his various fortunes while in the service of the Porte; interspersed throughout with an entertaining diversity of secret intrigues, amorous adventures, military and political achievements; being in effect the secret history of Europe for the best part of the current century. Written by himself, and collected from his papers. London E.Withers, et al. 1750
First edition pp.x, 326, portrait frontis. A very good copy bound in contemporary calf, neatly re-backed.

A spurious memoir of Ahmet Pasa, Kumbaracbas, 1675-1747, probably not by Bonneval