Gentleman Johnny Burgoyne 1927

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Kessinger Publishing, Mar 1, 2003 - Biography & Autobiography - 420 pages
1927. The misadventures of an English General in the Revolution. This work is a mine of information, not only for the life of Johnny Burgoyne, but also for the political history of the days in which he was one of the best known men in town, whether at the gaming house, the theater or the House of Commons. As a major general, he led an expedition from Canada against the American colonies, where he captured Ticonderoga, but was later forced to surrender at Saratoga to General Horatio Gates.

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