The American Rebellion: Sir Henry Clinton's Narrative of His Campaigns, 1775-1782, with an Appendix of Original Documents
Original ms., in the Clements Library of the University of Michigan, has title: An historical detail of seven years campaigns in North America, from 1775-1782. With an introductory review of the progress of the discontents in the colonies, from the Stamp act to the commencement of hostilities. To which is added an appendix, containing extracts from the public correspondence and other important and interesting papers. Bibliography: p. 601-603.
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