1982, British hardcover edition, Phillimore and Co., London, 238 pages, 11-page illustration gallery, portraits of people from the time period reflected in this title. Nathaniel Parker Forth, King George III's special envoy in Paris at the time of the war of American independence, developed an intelligence system that was used to outwit Marie Antoinette. He was the man responsible for introducing English racehorses and racing in France. At the end of his career in France, he was shadowed by the eyes of Napoleon's police.
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Book Description Phillimore & Co Ltd, 1982. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M085033439X