I am quite interested in the origins of our modern way of understanding analysis. I know that Augustin-Louis Cauchy was one of the pioneers regarding a rigorous foundation towards real and complex analysis, and further he is one of my favorite mathematicians. Therefore I would like to study his original works. The book I am especially interested in is called "Cours d'analyse de l'École royale polytechnique". It is not hard to find these notes in French (they are linked on the Wikipedia page of Cauchy for example) but hence I am not capable of reading and understanding French this does not help me at all. Honestly speaking, I have no clue how to search for a translation, which source I can trust and so on.
Therefore I would ask first of all if you are aware of a complete English translation? I am rather sure that something similar to this exists hence the importance of Cauchy and his work within the history of analysis is crucial. Furthermore, could you provide a source where I could - in the best case - directly download the whole papers for example in the form of a PDF or - in the worst case - where I could at least buy a PDF or printed version?
Thanks in advance!