, rated "8" and "In all 11d"; fine and an excedingly early example of campaign mail. Fascinating content with a graphic account of the battle which resulted in casualties of over 25,000 on both sides "The King did charge at the head and one bullet went through his periwig...". Photo" /> cover 1693 Campaign Letter from the War of the English Succession, written by Michael Fleming at Eppegem Camp (near the site of the Battle of Neerwinden or Landen) to his father, Sir David Fleming,<I> "att Rydal near Kendall, By ye way of London."</I>, rated<I> "8"</I> and<I> "In all 11d"</I>; fine and an excedingly early example of campaign mail. Fascinating content with a graphic account of the battle which resulted in casualties of over 25,000 on both sides<I> "The King did charge at the head and one bullet went through his periwig..."</I>. Photo | Christie's