Chapter 1: King and Marshal

Henty, G. A.
January 1910
With Frederick the Great;1/ 1/1910, p3
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Chapter 1 of the book "With Frederick the Great: A Story of the Seven Years' War," by G. A. Henty is presented. It focuses on the entry of a Scottish trader named Fergus Drummond at the port of Stettin. It explores how Marshal James Keith encouraged his cousin Maggie Drummond to allow his son Fergus to join the Prussian army.


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