An Appeal to Honour and Justice, Though It Be of His Worst Enemies.: Being A True Account of His Conduct in Public Affairs. by Daniel Defoe

An Appeal to Honour and Justice, Though It Be of His Worst Enemies.: Being A True Account of His…

byDaniel Defoe

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"An Appeal to Honour and Justice, Though It Be of His Worst Enemies.: Being A True Account of His Conduct in Public Affairs" by Daniel Defoe was published in 1715 and is a description of his political conduct and his miseries.

Title:An Appeal to Honour and Justice, Though It Be of His Worst Enemies.: Being A True Account of His…Format:Kobo ebookPublished:October 1, 2014Publisher:Trajectory, Inc.Language:English

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ISBN - 10:1632093375

ISBN - 13:9781632093370

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