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The life of General James Wolfe, the conqueror of Canada, or, The elogium of that renowned hero

Pringle, John Sir

The life of General James Wolfe, the conqueror of Canada, or, The elogium of that renowned hero

attempted according to the rules of eloquence : with a monumental inscription, Latin and English, to perpetuate his memory

by Pringle, John Sir

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Published by Printed for G. Kearsly ... in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Wolfe, James, -- 1727-1759,
  • Seven Years" War, 1756-1763 -- Biography,
  • Great Britain -- Biography

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesElogium of that renowned hero
    Statementby J**** P******, A.M
    SeriesSelected Americana from Sabin"s Dictionary of books relating to America, from its discovery to the present time -- 58057
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationii, 24 p.
    Number of Pages24
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14647376M

    Life of General James Wolfe, the conqueror of Canada, or, The elogium of that renowned hero: attempted according to the rules of eloquence with a monumental inscription Latin and English to perpetuate his memory. London. p. The life of General James Wolfe, the conqueror of Canada, or, The elogium of that renowned hero, attempted according to the rules of eloquence with a monumental inscription, Latin and English, to perpetuate his memory / by J*** P*****, A.M. [i.e. Sir John Pringle] () (Reprint).

    Nov 12,  · The life of Major-General James Wolfe; founded on original documents and illustrated by his correspondence, including numerous unpublished letters contributed from the family papers of noblemen and gentlemen, descendants of his companions by Wright, RobertPages: Feb 24,  · General James Wolfe, his life and death [microform]: a lecture delivered in the Mechanics' Institute Hall, Montreal, on Tuesday, September 13, , being the anniversary day of the Battle of Quebec, fought a century before in which Britain lost a hero and won a provincePages:

    He entitled his work _The Life of General James Wolfe, the Conqueror of Canada: or the Elogium of that Renowned Hero, Attempted According to the Rules of Eloquence, with a Monumental Inscription, to Perpetuate his Memory_ (). Life of General James Wolfe, the conqueror of Canada, or, The elogium of that renowned hero: attempted according to the rules of eloquence with a monumental inscription Latin and English to perpetuate his memory. London. pp. Sabine, Lorenzo ().


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Nov 23,  · The life of General James Wolfe, the conqueror of Canada, or, The elogium of that renowned hero, attempted according to the rules of eloquence [microform]: with a monumental inscription, Latin and English, to perpetuate his memory by Pringle, John, Sir, Pages: The life of General James Wolfe, the conqueror of Canada: or, The elogium of that renowned hero: attempted according to the rules of eloquence.

With a monumental inscription, Latin and English, to perpetuate his memory. Pringle, John, Sir, Life of General James Wolfe, the conqueror of Canada, or, the elogium of that renowned hero, attempted according to the rules of eloquence with a monumental inscription, Latin and English, to perpetuate his memory, Montreal: Grant Woolmer Books, General James Wolfe, the leader of the English forces in the conquest of Canada, died on the Plains of Abraham at Quebec.

Wounded by musket shots he expired at the moment of victory over the French. After the battle on 13 Septemberhis corpse was removed from the battlefield, embalmed and put in a stone coffin for transport back to Author: Alan Mcnairn.

Jul 17,  · James Wolfe: The Hero of Quebec Leave a reply Major General James Peter Wolfe (3 January – 13 September ) was a British Army officer, known for his training reforms but remembered chiefly for his victory over the French at the Battle of Quebec in Canada in James Wolfe was a British Army officer known for his training reforms and remembered chiefly for his victory in over the French at the Battle of the Plains of Abraham in Quebec as a major general.

The son of a distinguished general, Edward Wolfe, he received his first commission at a young age and saw extensive service in Europe where he fought during the War of the Austrian Succession.

His Buried: St Alfege Church, Greenwich. The life of General James Wolfe, the conqueror of Canada: or, The elogium of that renowned hero: attempted according to the rules of eloquence, with a monumental inscription, to perpetuate his memory.

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Aug 25,  · Wolfe has nothing to be ashamed of, nor does Brumwell who achieves the stated aim of his book admirably. His _Paths of Glory_, in my mind, is the best and most comprehensive biography of Wolfe (and I own them all, including Pringle's account) written to date.

Reviewed for H-Canada by Ian Macpherson McCulloch, Directing Staff, Canadian Forces. The life of General James Wolfe, the conqueror of Canada: or, The elogium of that renowned hero, attempted according to the rules of eloquence, with a monumental inscription, to perpetuate his memory.

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Life of General James Wolfe, the conqueror of Canada, or, The elogium of that renowned hero: attempted according to the rules of eloquence with a monumental inscription Latin and English to perpetuate his memory, Londres: Printed for G.

Kearsly,24 p. John Pringle’s most popular book is Commentary on Philippians, Colossians, and Thessalonians. The life of General James Wolfe, the conqueror of Canada: or, The elogium of that renowned hero, attempted according to the rules of eloquence.

"British-Canadian Centennium, General James Wolfe, His Life and Death: A Lecture Delivered in the Mechanics' Institute Hall, Montreal, on Tuesday, September 13,being the Anniversary Day of the Battle of Quebec, fought a Century before in which Britain lost a Hero and Won a Province", Quebec: J.

Lovell, 52 p. Wolfe's first biographer, John Pringle () was certainly not conflicted in how Wolfe should be remembered. He entitled his work The Life of General James Wolfe, the Conqueror of Canada: or the Elogium of that Renowned Hero, Attempted According to the Rules of Eloquence, with a Monumental Inscription, to Perpetuate his Memory ().

Full text of "The Life of Major-General James Wolfe: Founded on Original Documents and " See other formats. James Wolfe (2 January – 13 September ) was a British Army officer known for his training reforms and remembered chiefly for his victory in over the French at the Battle of the Plains of Abraham in Quebec as a major lestisserandsduquebec.com son of a distinguished general, Edward Wolfe, he received his first commission at a young age and saw extensive service in Europe where he fought during.Life of General James Wolfe, the conqueror of Canada, or, The elogium of that renowned hero: attempted according to the rules of eloquence with a monumental inscription Latin and English to perpetuate his memory.

London. p. Sabine, Lorenzo ().Life of General James Wolfe, the conqueror of Canada, or, the elogium of that renowned hero, attempted according to the rules of eloquence with a monumental inscription, Latin and English, to perpetuate his memory.