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673994

The expenses of war...

Item #673994

May 20, 1783

THE LONDON CHRONICLE, England, May 20, 1783  Pg. 2 has a small bit noting: "...Majesty's orders in Council for the removal of all restrictions on the American commerce & for admitting to an entry into the ports of Great Britain American ships...".

Page 3 notes: "The American army has made a remonstrance of grievances to the Supreme Council...a meeting of all the of
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673993

The expenses of war...

Item #673993

May 20, 1783

THE LONDON CHRONICLE, England, May 20, 1783  Pg. 2 has a small bit noting: "...Majesty's orders in Council for the removal of all restrictions on the American commerce & for admitting to an entry into the ports of Great Britain American ships...".

Page 3 notes: "The American army has made a remonstrance of grievances to the Supreme Council...a meeting of all the of
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673964

Sir Guy Carleton to remain commander-in-chief...

Item #673964

April 26, 1783

THE LONDON CHRONICLE, England, April 26, 1783  Page 2 has a brief item: "Sir Guy Carleton is to continue Commander in Chief of the British forces in North America". Page 5 has most of a column headed: "American News" which has much on the federal finances & includes a letter from Mr. Robert Morris.

Eight pages, never bound nor trimmed, 9 by 12 inches, nice condition.

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673963

Sir Guy Carleton to remain commander-in-chief...

Item #673963

April 26, 1783

THE LONDON CHRONICLE, England, April 26, 1783  Pg. 2 has a brief item: "Sir Guy Carleton is to continue Commander in Chief of the British forces in North America". Page 5 has most of a column headed: "American News" which has much on the federal finances & includes a letter from Mr. Robert Morris.

Eight pages, 8 1/4 by 11 1/4 inches, good condition.

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673896

Hopes of resurrecting trade with the American colonies...

Item #673896

February 22, 1783

THE LONDON CHRONICLE, England, Feb. 22, 1783  Several items concerning the reestablishment of trade between America and England including: "We hope & trust that the stipulations of the treaty are such as will revive our injured trade & restore our commercial intercourse with our American Brethren...declare it to be our firm persuasion that the great commercial interests of this c... See More  

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673837

Working towards creating a treaty of peace ending the Revolutionary War...

Item #673837

February 06, 1783

THE LONDON CHRONICLE, England, Feb. 6, 1783  The front page has a report noting in part:  "...was a meeting of the merchants & others concerned in lands, in the province of West Florida...this province is agreed to be ceded to Spain...that the landholders, planters & other inhabitants of this province were left in a very imminent situation by the Preliminary Articles of Peac... See More  

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673789

Treaty ending the Revolutionary War is "absolutely agreed on"...

Item #673789

January 04, 1783

THE LONDON CHRONICLE, England, Jan. 4, 1783  The back page has a notable update on the big news of the year which was the signing of the treaty ending the Revolutionary War: "Extract of a Letter from Paris" notes: "Since my last, Preliminary Articles for a general peace are absolutely agreed on between the different powers, and positively will be signed the beginning of January... See More  

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673675

Reflections upon the military actions of the Revolutionary War...

Item #673675

July 27, 1782

THE LONDON CHRONICLE, England, July 27, 1782 



* American Revolutionary War



Page 4 has a portion of letter No. III of a continuing series: "A Brief Memorial Upon the American War..." which reflects upon the events of the Revolutionary War in nice detail, taking all of pg. 4 & over half of page 5.

More war news on pg. 6 including an item relating to the controversial Huddy/... See More  

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673668

Independence of America will destroy the marine power of England... A plan for capturing General Greene...

Item #673668

July 18, 1782

THE LONDON CHRONICLE, England, July 18, 1782  Page 4 has a letter noting: "...urging the Councils of the State to give up to French & Congressional ambition the independence of American, and with it our best resources of commerce, wealth, and naval strength...For the wise maxims...of that Court...are 'that the independence of America must prove the annihilation of the marine powe... See More  

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673667

Independence of America will destroy the marine power of England... A plan for capturing General Greene...

Item #673667

July 18, 1782

THE LONDON CHRONICLE, England, July 18, 1782  Page 4 has a letter noting: "...urging the Councils of the State to give up to French & Congressional ambition the independence of American, and with it our best resources of commerce, wealth, and naval strength...For the wise maxims...of that Court...are 'that the independence of America must prove the annihilation of the marine powe... See More  

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673652

Controversial case of Col. Isaac Haynes... British support of loyal subjects...

Item #673652

February 07, 1782

THE LONDON CHRONICLE, England, Feb. 7, 1782  All of the front page, page 2, and a portion of page 3 are taken up with: "Further Particulars of the Debate in the House of Lords...on the Duke of Richmond's Motion Respecting the Execution of Col. Haynes in America." This was a very controversial event in the Revolutionary War as Isaac Haynes was hanged by the British under controve... See More  

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672699

Tyburn, England in 1873... 'God's Tribunal' - off to the Executioner...

Item #672699

November 06, 1783

THE LONDON CHRONICLE, England, Nov. 6, 1783 As stated in Wikipedia: "Tyburn was a village in... present-day London... For many centuries, the name Tyburn was synonymous with capital punishment, it having been the principal place for execution of London criminals and convicted traitors, including many religious martyrs. It was also known as 'God's Tribunal', in the 18th century.&qu... See More  

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672492

Controversial case of Col. Isaac Haynes... British support of loyal subjects...

Item #672492

February 07, 1782

THE LONDON CHRONICLE, England, Feb. 7, 1782  All of the front page, page 2, and a portion of page 3 are taken up with: "Further Particulars of the Debate in the House of Lords...on the Duke of Richmond's Motion Respecting the Execution of Col. Haynes in America." This was a very controversial event in the Revolutionary War as Isaac Haynes was hanged by the British under controve... See More  

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671569

France '...excited the ruinous rebellion in America...'

Item #671569

August 23, 1782

THE EDINBURGH ADVERTISER, Scotland, Aug. 23, 1782 



* Revolutionary War Era

* 18th century original

* From The Enemy




Inside has a report noting in part: "The superior policy of the French cabinet has shewn itself in all the following instances: in exciting the ruinous rebellion in America; in watching for a proper opportunity to assist the rebels; in prevailing on Spain to join th... See More  

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671567

Closing events of the Revolutionary War...

Item #671567

December 20, 1782

THE EDINBURGH ADVERTISER, Scotland, Dec. 20, 1782 



* Closing events in the Revolutionary War



Inside has reports with datelines from New York & Richmond, mentioning in part: "...the French army...are about 4000, though they give themselves out for 5000. It is said that they are to embark at Boston." and also: "...when John Tolinson was convicted of fearing God and hono... See More  

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670666

News from the Revolutionary War...

Item #670666

February 08, 1780

THE YORK COURANT, England, Feb. 8, 1780 



* American Revolutionary War

* 18th century original

* From The Enemy




The front page has a few news items on the Revolutionary War: "...account that Sir Henry Clinton & Lord Cornwallis were about to embark, with 10,000 men...lying ready at Sandy Hook to take them on board for the southward...Several prizes taken from the American, lad... See More  

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670197

Washington cannot be dislodged... Two plates, one of counties in Scotland...

Item #670197

August 01, 1779

THE LONDON MAGAZINE, England, August, 1779  Near the back is a full page headed: "American Affairs" which includes a letter from Vice Admiral Peter Parker on events at Jamaica.

Also a report noting: "...The American fort commanded by General McDougal was so strong, being situated in a mountainous & almost inaccessible country...it was doubted if General Clinton would attac... See More  

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670133

Franklin and Adams in France... Much more...

Item #670133

April 21, 1778

THE LONDON CHRONICLE, England, April 21, 1778 



* Revolutionary War Era

* 18th century original

* From The Enemy




An inside page includes: "...from Paris that the French had absolutely sent a considerable force to America & that six sail of the line & a number of frigates were shortly to follow them..." and "...M. Gerrard, Minister Plenipotentiary to the American... See More  

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670117

Reuniting with England? The situation at Charleston...

Item #670117

March 05, 1782

THE LONDON CHRONICLE, England, March 5, 1782 



* Revolutionary War

* From The Enemy




Page 2 has an interesting, and erroneous, report to a Quaker in Phila. which includes: "....I inform you that we have some hopes of soon being once more united to our mother country & become one people under our King...that the Congress, almost to a man, are heartily tired of the French allianc... See More  

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667428

Working towards a treaty of peace with England...

Item #667428
THE GENTLEMAN'S MAGAZINE, London, August, 1782  The issue contains much reporting from Parliament as well as other articles. Near the back is the "Historical Chronicle" which has the latest news reports of the day, and includes news from America: "...from Charles Town...36 sail of transports under convoy...for the purpose of bringing off the garrisons of Savannah & St. ... See More  

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666953

The actions of General Washington, and more...

Item #666953

December 01, 1780

THE TOWN & C0UNTRY MAGAZINE, London, December, 1780  Over 3 pages are taken up with "Manner of Making War  Among the Indians of America" concluded in a future issue.

Also: "A Short Account of Jamaica and its Inhabitants" is datelines from Kingston and takes 2 1/2 pages.

Near the back is a letter from Henry Clinton to Lord George Germaine dated at New York in whi... See More  

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666882

People in Maryland want peace with England now...

Item #666882

April 22, 1777

THE LONDON CHRONICLE, England, April 22, 1777 



* Revolutionary War Era

* 18th century original

* From The Enemy




This issue has a few tidbits on the Revolutionary War including: "...address of the...county of  Dumfries congratulating his Majesty upon the success that has hitherto attended his  arms in suppressing the unnatural rebellion of his deluded subjects in Americ... See More  

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666750

Reflecting upon the war in America...

Item #666750

December 13, 1781

THE LONDON CHRONICLE, England, Dec. 13, 1781 



* Revolutionary War Era

* 18th century

* From The Enemy




The front page has 2 columns taken up with a letter: "To the People of Great Britain" much of which comments on the situation in America and the Revolutionary War.

Nearly 4 pages of reports from the "House of Commons" also include some discussion of the American ... See More  

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663733

Latest naval events in the Caribbean...

Item #663733

May 16, 1780

THE LONDON GAZETTE, England, May 16, 1780  Page 2 has a letter from Vice Admiral Sir Peter Parker from Jamaica in which he reports the latest naval events in the Caribbean. Included also are the: "Commissions signed by His Majesty for the Army in Ireland".

Four pages, 7 3/4 by 12 inches, red tax stamp on the ftpg., great condition.

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663453

British vs. the Spanish at Barbadoes...

Item #663453

February 28, 1780

THE LONDON GAZETTE EXTRAORDINARY, England, Feb. 28, 1780 



* Revolutionary War Era

* 18th century

* From The Enemy




"Extraordinary" issues were printed on special occasions when notable news arrived outside the normal printing cycle.

The ftpg. is taken up with a letter signed by: Geo. Brydges Rodney concerning the action at Barbadoes against the Spanish squadron.

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663035

The capture of St. Lucia...

Item #663035

March 24, 1779

THE LONDON GAZETTE--EXTRAORDINARY, England, March 24, 1779 



* Capture of St. Lucia, West Indies

* Battle of Morne de la Vierge

* American Revolutionary War




This "Extra" issue was published exclusively to report on the Siege of St. Lucia in the Caribbean, which begins with a letter from Major General Grant, commander of the British forces.

Included also are the: "...Art... See More  

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660294

On General Gage in America...

Item #660294

November 01, 1782

THE LONDON MAGAZINE, England, November, 1782  Inside has an article: "Account of the Arrival of General Gage in America in the Year 1774, With the Proceedings of the Americans in Consequence of the Boston Port Bill Until the Appointment of a Congress".

Included is one of the two plates called for, a foldout (has wrinkles).

Complete in 48 pages, 5 1/4 by 8 1/4 inches, one defective... See More  

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660239

Maryland resolves for peace, but only if independence is assured...

Item #660239

August 01, 1782

THE LONDON MAGAZINE, England, August, 1782  Under: "American Affairs" is a report from Annapolis which includes: "...announcing the arrival of Sir Guy Carleton at New York as a commissioner for making peace or war in North America...to enable the King of Great Britain to conclude a peace or truce with the United States (by the appellation of the revolted colonies) being laid be... See More  

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660236

Reflecting upon British & American relations early in the war...

Item #660236

May 01, 1782

THE LONDON MAGAZINE, England, May, 1782 



* American Revolutionary War relations



Under the book review section is: "A View of the History of Great Britain During the Administration of Lord North..." which includes much reflection on the situation in America from 1774 through 1777. Plus there is another review of the book: "Considerations on the American War Under the Follo... See More  

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660235

Very descriptive of St. Lucia...

Item #660235

April 01, 1782

THE LONDON MAGAZINE, England, April, 1782  Inside has over a full page article: "An Account of  the Island of St. Lucia" which is very descriptive. The accompanying map called for is lacking. The other plate called for is lacking as well.

Complete in 56 pages, 5 1/4 by 8 1/4 inches, very nice condition.



Formatted very much like the Gentleman's Magazine but a much more s... See More  

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660208

Review of a book on the Revolutionary War...

Item #660208

September 01, 1781

LONDON MAGAZINE, England, September, 1781  Under Review Of Books" is one  for: "The Revolution of America", which begins: "A narrative of the origin and progress of the rupture between Great Britain and her colonies, written with extreme partiality to the colonists, condemning in every point of view the conduct of the British government & justifying France and Spa... See More  

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660094

Washington cannot be dislodged...

Item #660094

August 01, 1779

THE LONDON MAGAZINE, England, August, 1779



* General George Washington

* American Revolutionary War




Near the back is a full page headed: "American Affairs" which includes a letter from Vice Admiral Peter Parker on events at Jamaica.

Also a report noting: "...The American fort commanded by General McDougal was so strong, being situated in a mountainous & almost inaccessib... See More  

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660043

Regarding the captured soldier's after Burgoyne's surrender at Saratoga...

Item #660043

October 01, 1778

THE LONDON MAGAZINE, England, October, 1778  At the back are several pages headed: "American Affairs" which includes several documents from British commissioners to the American Congress concerning the detaining of captured soldier's from General Burgoyne's army following the surrender at Saratoga. Photos show portions of the 3 page report.

Lacking both of the plates called... See More  

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660037

Naval events in the Revolutionary War... Reference to the surrender at Saratoga...

Item #660037

January 01, 1778

THE LONDON MAGAZINE, England, January, 1778  Over 2 pages are taken up with a: "Dialogue Between an Englishman and an American Descendant from  English Ancestors" (see for portions).

Over 2 pages near the back has: "American Affairs" which includes a report from Vice Admiral Lord Viscount Howe on the state of the navy in American waters, written from on board his shi... See More  

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660024

Ben Franklin on learning to swim...

Item #660024
THE LONDON MAGAZINE, England, January, 1779  Inside has nearly two pages on: "Useful Hints For Learning To Swim, In a Letter to a Friend, by Benj. Franklin, L.L.D. F.R.S."

Also within: "On the Fatal Effects of Revenge" and: "On Female Conduct" & so much more. Near the back are news reports of the day but I see no war-related content.

Complete in 48 pages, 5... See More  

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660013

Both plates are present...

Item #660013

October 01, 1777

THE LONDON MAGAZINE, England, October, 1777  Perhaps the most interesting feature of this issue is the nice and intricately engraving print of the skyline of London on the title/contents page.

Among the articles noted are: "Historical Anecdotes" "The History of Nancy Pelham" "Detached Thoughts by a Young Lady" "Account of The Quaker, a New Musical Piece&quo... See More  

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659945

American independence acknowledged by France...

Item #659945

July 29, 1777

THE LONDON EVENING POST, England, July 29, 1777  The ftpg. has mention from New York: "...that our grand army is retiring from the Jerseys...".

Page 2 begins with: "American Commerce Claimed, and American Independence Acknowledged." being a letter from Versailles in both French and English.

Page 3 has a few items from the war (see photos), as does the back page.

Four pa... See More  

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659923

On the Quebec Act, and taking America...

Item #659923

October 01, 1774

THE LONDON MAGAZINE, England, October, 1774 



* Quebec Act - Intolerable Acts

* Pre Revolutionary War tensions




Within the issue is a letter: 'Observations on the Quebec Act" which was one of the hated Coercive Acts. 

Over a full page is headed: "On The American Measures" which includes: "...Had the taxing of America, when first proposed, & the measures ... See More  

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659903

Why England should quit the war in America...

Item #659903

June 28, 1777

THE LONDON EVENING POST, England, June 28, 1777 



* Revolutionary War Era

* 18th century

* From The Enemy




The ftpg. has some news items including: "...That Philadelphia is too strong to be attempted on any side. That Mr. Washington has removed from Morristown to Bound Brook...Mr. Washington is, by his new position, between 8 and 9 miles nearer to New York. That Lord Cornwallis is... See More  

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659236

End the war in America!

Item #659236

November 11, 1779

THE LONDON EVENING POST, England, Nov. 11, 1779 



* Revolutionary War Era

* 18th century

* From The Enemy




The back page begins with a letter: "To the Merchants, Manufacturers, & Others Affected by the American War" which is a plea to end the war. It contains: "To petition our superiors for redress, or to reason with them is in vain. They are only to be influenced by... See More  

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659233

On the charges against General Burgoyne... British brutality in New Jersey...

Item #659233

November 09, 1779

THE LONDON EVENING POST, England, Nov. 9, 1779  Over half of page 2 is taken u with correspondences between the British Secretary of War and General Burgoyne concerning the charges against the latter: "...that your not returning to America and joining the troops, prisoners under the convention of Saratoga, is considered as a neglect of duty and disobedience of orders...".

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659216

Thanks to Washington, Wayne, and others. Chasing after John Paul Jones...

Item #659216

October 09, 1779

THE LONDON EVENING POST, England, Oct. 9, 1779  Page 3 has a brief item noting: "...who had left the Texel two day, saw two of Paul Jones's ships carried in there as he came away, that two others were driven on shore, and that the British squadron were in chace of the remainder."

Pg. 3 has nearly a full column headed; "Advices From America" which begins: "Resolve... See More  

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659143

Military actions in the South...

Item #659143

August 14, 1779

THE LONDON EVENING POST, England, Aug. 14, 1779 



* Revolutionary War Era

* 18th century original

* From The Enemy




The back page has some: "American News" taken from the Boston Evening Post, including: "...that Congress have nearly accomplished the important measure for establishing the credit of our currency...that there is now no naval force at Rhode Island except two... See More  

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659141

The defeat of General Prevost in South Carolina...

Item #659141

August 10, 1779

THE LONDON EVENING POST, England, Aug. 10, 1779 



* British General Augustine Prevost

* Unsuccessful raid on Charleston SC




Page 3 has a report: "...arrived in town from Portsmouth with the news of the defeat of Gen. Prevost. The fact of General Prevost's defeat is now confirmed beyond the possibility of doubt. On the 13th and 14 of June two engagements were fought near Charles ... See More  

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659128

America should be free and independent...

Item #659128

July 20, 1779

THE LONDON EVENING POST, England, July 20, 1779 



* Revolutionary War Era

* 18th century

* From The Enemy




The back page has some reports from America on the Revolutionary War, a few bits including: "...that it is for the interest of mankind, America should be free and independent. It will become a happy asylum for the oppressed subjects of all the arbitrary Princes in the world..... See More  

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659122

Rest of Europe supports American independence...

Item #659122

July 06, 1779

THE LONDON EVENING POST, England, July 6, 1779  Page 3 has over a full column on: "To the People of England" which begins: "The fate of America being now finally decided against this country, it behooves you to look deeply, & carefully, into your internal situation & the views & designs of Europe whose general interest it undoubtedly is to maintain & support the... See More  

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659109

Interesting debates in the House of Commons on the war in America...

Item #659109

May 04, 1779

THE LONDON EVENING POST, England, May 4, 1779  Page 3 has some lengthy reporting on discussions in the "House of Commons" which include much on the state of the war in America including the examination of the actions of various military officers. One bit notes: "...hoped for a successful campaign; this was at a time when the rebellion was almost crushed & when, if the Gener... See More  

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659103

General Lincoln occupying Georgia...

Item #659103

April 03, 1779

THE LONDON EVENING POST, England, April 3, 1779  Page 3 has a letter from Charleston which includes: "We learn that General Lincoln with 7000 regular troops has taken possession of several advantageous posts between the British forces and the town of Savannah. General Moultrie, with a large body of militia, is also marched to oppose General Campbell as he advances and the whole province ... See More  

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659090

Washington wants Burgoyne & his paroled officers back... Spain recognizes America's independence...

Item #659090

March 02, 1779

THE LONDON EVENING POST, England, March 2, 1779  The front page has a bit noting: "General Clinton has sent to the Secretary of War a letter he received from General Washington desiring the return of General Burgoyne & every other officer above the rank of captain that has been released, without exchange; and it is said that a copy of General Washington's letter has been enclosed... See More  

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658975

British officers know the truth about the situation in America...

Item #658975

February 13, 1779

THE LONDON EVENING POST, England, Feb. 13, 1779 



* Revolutionary War Era

* 18th century

* From The Enemy




The back page has an interesting item: "All the officers of character lately come from America laugh at the acquisition of Georgia, and the supposed dissensions amongst the people of America, as probable grounds of an accommodation. From a variety of the best reasons, they kn... See More  

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