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"The memoirs of the Count de Rochefort containing an account of what past most memorable, under the ministry of Cardinal Richelieu and Cardinal Mazarin, with many particular passages of the reign of Lewis the Great / made English from the French."
Memoires de Mr. L. C. D. R.
Courtilz de Sandras, Gatien, 1644-1712.
Rochefort, Charles-Cesar, comte de.
An imaginative rather than an historical work. The French original was published anonymously in 1687 as: Memoires de M. le C. de R. -- the initials being chosen to make the book appear as the work of Count Charles Cesar de Rochefort.
Written by G. Courtilz de Sandras. Cf. BM.
, 412 p.
London: Printed by F.L. for James Knapton ... Richard Parker ... and Tho. Nott ..., 1696.
Wing / C6600
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