The English edition published in 1719 notes Grammont himself as the author. Regularily attributed to Anthony Hamilton.
|A.||a||Mémoires de la vie du comte de Grammont; contenant particuliérement l'histoire amoureuse de la cour d'angleterre, sous le regne de Charles II. (Cologne: P. Marteau, 1713).|
English, translated by Abel Boyer:
|B.||a||Memoirs of the Life of Count de Grammont (London: J. Round/ W. Taylor/ J. Brown/ W. Lewis/ J. Graves, 1714).|
|b||Memoirs of the English Court [...] written originally in French by Count De Grammont [...] second edition (London: J. Graves/ J. Harbin/ J. Harrison, 1719).|
Extremely elegant memoires (third pers. sg,). Grammont (1621-1707) lived in London from 1662 to 1664, married Elizabeth Hamilton (Anthony Hamilton is her brother). The life with stories of a gambler's career, love affairs and curious war experiences is more or less the background of a narration circling around the question of true gallantry, in which the count serves as the greatest example.
A Key to Count Grammont's Memoirs (London: J. Baker, 1715). - Article "Gramont, Philibertus" in Großes Universal-Lexicon, 11 (Leipzig: J. H. Zedler, 1735), Col.550. - The articles for Anthony and Elizabeth Hamilton in DNB, 24 (London, 1890).