The Campaign in Virginia, 1781: Clinton, Sir H. Narrative of Lieut.-Gen. Sir Henry Clinton, K.B., relative to his conduct during part of his command of the King's troops in North America. 1783. Cornwallis, C. Cornwallis, 1st marquis. An answer to that part of the Narrative of Lieut.-Gen. Sir Henry Clinton, K.B. which relates to the conduct of Lieut.-Gen. Earl Cornwallis, during the campaign in North-America. 1783. Clinton, Sir H. Observations on some parts of the Answer of Earl Cornwallis to Sir Henry Clinton's Narrative. 1783. Themistocles, pseud. A reply to Sir Henry Clinton's Narrative. Wherein his numerous errors are pointed out, and the conduct of Lord Cornwallis fully vindicated. 1783. A parting word; or, A summary review of the controversy between Sir Henry Clinton and Earl Cornwallis. 1783. Chronological correspondence, 17 May 1780 to 31 May 1781
Benjamin Franklin Stevens
1888 - Southern States
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