The American rebellion Sir Henry Clinton"s narrative of his campaigns, 1775-1782, with an appendix of original documents. by Sir Henry Clinton

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StatementEdited by William B. Willcox.
SeriesYale historical publications. Manuscripts and edited texts -- 21, Yale historical publications -- 21.
LC ClassificationsE267 .C63
The Physical Object
Paginationli, 658 p.
Number of Pages658
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Open LibraryOL23373772M
LC Control Number54005094

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