The History of the Rise, Progress, and Establishment of the Independence of the United States of America, Volume 4

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Volume IV. Issued 1788

Contents

IN VOL IV
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P I16
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and acquitted p 70 Gibraltar relieved by the Britiſh fleet
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P 80147
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lord George Germaine p 100 The affair of colonel Hayne
115
linians and Georgians driven from their country by the enemy
138
Complaints of ſeverities exerciſed toward the American marine
146
the commodore takes ſeveral large Dutch Eaſt India ſhips
161
They attend at the Roman Catholic chapel and hear the chap
211
the city of London p 217 Mr Laurens diſcharged from
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Conways motion againit continuing the war in America p
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A new adminiſtration formed p 232 St Kitts attacked
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congreſs p 245 The execution of captain Huddy by
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P 259284
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parliament p 263 Eaſt India news p 265 Admiral Bar
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death of captain Huddy p 284 The trial of captain Lippincot
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the Britiſh commanders the reaſons for the execution of Hayne
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He marches toward Dorcheſter and by his manoeuvres induces
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The allied troops arrive at the Head of Elk p 186join
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THI HE French and Spaniſh fleets in the Weſt Indies form a junction but effect no capital operation p 2 Their
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agents to treat with them two of whom are hanged p 20
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ſailles and general Waſhingtons hints to him p 23the gene

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