History of the United States of America, from the Discovery of the Continent, Volume 10

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Little, Brown, 1874 - United States
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Contents

His previous life 287 Movements of the new commander 287Repulse
293
Arrival of Byron with reenforcements 295 Running fight between
299
liberations 304Evacuation impossible 305Lincoln capitulates 305
305
Enrolment of the inhabitants 310Murder of Samuel Wyly 310
312
Virginia exposed to invasion 315 Her magnanimity 315 Kalbs charac
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men to the Chesapeake 327 Establishes a reign of terror in South Caro
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Engagement near Camden 320Death of Porterfield 321 Council
325
Prisoners captured at Charleston incarcerated 329Forced to serve
332
The backwoodsmen 335 They organize themselves 335 Ride over
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Tarleton driven back by him 34v3Indians ravage the country
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In Virginia 354Memorable words of Mason 354 Slavery
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Draft of a plan of government 362 Disfranchisement 362Work
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Its convention declares the state a free republic 364 Committee to draft
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Retreat of the British 374 Committee of congress in camp 374 Clinton
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Clinton embarks troops 383 Andre on board the Vulture
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I_Iistory of West Point 385 Interview of Washington with Rochambeau
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emissions of paper money 398 Henry Laurens sent to negotiate a loan
398
Ansver of Jones 404Action of congress to obtain men and money
405
successor 407John Adams on the powers of congress 408 Conventions
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great oflicers of state 412 Relies to excess on a bank of the United States
413
Comparison of France and the United States 418Measure to enable
423
His answer to the complaints of the Dutch 426 Mariotts
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Yorke presents Stormonts memorial 436 Its reception by the Dutch
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