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1754-1783: Military: Publications

1754-1783: Military: Publications

An Authentic Register of the British Successes: being a Collection of all the Extraordinary and some of the Ordinary Gazettes from the Taking of Louishourgh, July 26, 1758, by the Honourable Admiral Boscawen and Gen. Amherst, to the Defeat of the French Fleet under M. Conflans, Nov. 21, 1759, By Sir Edward Hawke. To which is added, A Particular Account of M. Thurots Defeat, By Captain John Elliott (London, 1760);

Lt. Gen. John Burgoyne, A State of the Expedition from Canada as Laid before the House of Commons with a Collection of Authentic Documents (London: Printed for J. Almon, 1780);

John Campbell, Earl of Loudon, The Conduct of a Noble Commander in America Impartially Reviewed with The genuine Causes of the Discontents at New York and Hallifax and The True Occasion of the Delays in that Important Expedition (London, 1758);

John C. Clarke, An Impartial and Authentic Narrative of the Battle Fought on the 17th of June, 1775 Between His Brittanic Majesty Troops and the American Provincial Army, on Bunkers Hill, Near Charles-Town, in New England (London, 1775);

John Entick, The General History of the Late War: Containing its Rise, Progress, and Event, in Europe, Asia, Africa, and America, 5 volumes (London: E. Dilly, 1763-1764);

Executive Council of the State of Pennsylvania, Resolutions relating to the oppressive conduct of Major General Benedict Arnold during his command in Pennsylvania (Philadelphia, 1779);

Joseph Galloway, Historical and Political Reflections on the Rise and Progress of the American Rebellion (London: Printed for G. Wilkie, 1780);

Galloway, Letters to a Nobleman on the Conduct of the War in the Middle Colonies (London: J. Wilkie, 1779);

The History of the Civil War in America...1775, 1776, and 1777. By an Officer of the Army (London, 1780);

Lt. Gen. Sir William Howe, The Narrative of Lieut Gen Sir William Howe in a Committee of the Whole House of Commons on the 29th of April, 1779 Relative to His Conduct during His Late Command of the Kings Troops in North America (London: Printed by H. Baldwin, 1780);

An Impartial History of the Late Glorious War, from its Commencement to its Conclusion; Containing an Exact Account of the Battles and Sea Engagements, Together with Other Remarkable Transactions, in Europe, Asia, Africa, and America (London, 1769);

John Knox, Historical Account of the Campaigns in North-America, 2 volumes (London: Printed for the author, and sold by W. Johnston, 1769);

Thomas Mante, The History of the Late War in North-America, and the Islands of the West Indies, including the Campaigns of MDCCLXIII and MDCCLXIV Against His Majestys Indian Enemies (London: W. Strahan & T. Cadell, 1772);

Israel Maudit, Three Letters to Lord Viscount Howe, with Remarks on the Attack at Bunker Hill (London, 1781);

Pierre Pouchot, Mémoires sur la dernière guerre de lAmérique septentrionale, entre la France et lAngleterre, 3 volumes (Yverdon, Switzerland, 1781);

Proposals for Uniting the English Colonies on the Continent of America so as to enable them to act with Force and Vigour against their Enemies (London, 1757);

Robert Rogers, Journals (London: J. Millan, 1765).

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