Anecdotes Concerning the Famous John Reinhold Patkul: Or, an Authentic Relation Of what passed Betwixt Him and his Confessor, The Night before and at his Execution. translated from the Original Manuscript, never yet printed.
London : Printed for A. Millar, 1761. 8vo, xvi, 17-48 pp, uncut, half-title soiled, a little foxing throughout, disbound.
Count Johann Reinhold von Patkul (1660-1707) was a Livonian Polish patriot, born in Stockholm, and executed for treason by Charles XII of Sweden.
The British Library ascribes the work to Lorentz Hagen with a note that “the author’s name occurs at p. 46” (Here it appears as Lorens Hager)
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