Royal Danish Library scan: http://www.kb.dk/e-mat/dod/130020357941_color.pdf
|Statement||done out of French ; with a supplement thereunto, and to the account of Denmark formerly published|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 800:6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 139 p.|
|Number of Pages||139|
The life of Count Ulfeld, great master of Denmark, and of the Countess Eleonora his wife by Michel Rousseau de la Valette (Book) Leben und Schicksale des Reichsgrafen Korfitz Ulfeld und der Gräfin von Schleswig-Holstein Eleonore Christine by J. Kragh Høst (). Memoirs of Leonora Christina, daughter of Christian IV of Denmark [microform] / Written during her impri Memoirs of Leonora Christina, daughter of Christian IV. of Denmark [electronic resource]: written durin The life of Count Ulfeld, great master of Denmark, and of the Countess Eleonora his wife . Memoirs of Leonora Christina, daughter of Christian IV. of Denmark [electronic resource]: written during her imprisonment in the Blue Tower at Copenhagen, / translated by F.E. Bunnètt H.S. King London Australian/Harvard Citation. Ulfeldt, Leonora Christina. & Bunnett, F. E. & Waldstein-Wartenberg, Johann Nepomuk. The Life of Count Ulfeld, Great Master of Denmark, and of the Countess Eleonora His Wife Done Out of French; With a Supplement Thereunto, and to the A (Book) Michel Rousseau De La Valette ISBN
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