Maurice de Saxe

Maurice de Saxe wearing the [[Order of the White Eagle (Poland)|Polish Order of the White Eagle]], 1748 Maurice, Count of Saxony (, ; 28 October 1696 – 20 November 1750) was a notable soldier and officer as well as the son of Augustus II the Strong, King of Poland and Elector of Saxony. He initially served in the Army of the Holy Roman Empire, then the Imperial Army and finally in French service de Saxe became a Marshal and later also a Marshal General of France. He is best known for his decisive victory at the Battle of Fontenoy and is honoured by the Walhalla Memorial. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Saxe, Maurice
Published 1757
printed for J. Nourse, at the Lamb, opposite Katherine-Street, in the Strand
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by Saxe, Maurice
Published 1776
printed for Alexander Donaldson; and sold at his shop, No. 48, East Corner of St. Paul's Church-Yard, London; and at Edinburgh

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by Saxe, Maurice
Published 1759
printed by Sands, Donaldson, Murray, and Cochran. For Alexander Donaldson, at Pope's Head
Subjects: '; ...Saxe, Maurice / comte de / 1696-1750 / Early works to 1800...

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by Saxe, Maurice
Published 1757
Aux dépens de l'editeur

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by Saxe, Maurice
Published 1757
Chez J. Drieux

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by Ricouart d'Hérouville de Claye, Antoine de
Published 1753
Printed for T. Osborne, in Gray's-Inn
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