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Troop movements in the colonies... Rev. War...
Item # 588493
January 18, 1779
EDINBURGH EVENING COURANT, Scotland, Jan. 18, 1779 Page 2 includes: "...mention that Admiral Byron was still at Newport in Rhode Island, not knowing which way to direct his course in order to find out Mons. d'Estaing; That every thing was quiet in the neighbourhood of New York; that General Washington had left his army in winter quarters in the Jerseys & was gone to the South with a few select officers, probably with a view to put himself at the head of the troops that had been raised in Georgia..." with more (see)
Four pages, folio size, a bit close-trimmed at the bottom of the pg. 2 spine (see), otherwise good condition. Period notations on some ads gives evidence this was from the publisher's file.