2 edition of Annapolis, June 27, 1777. Extract of a letter, dated camp at Middle-Brook, June 21, 1777. found in the catalog.
Annapolis, June 27, 1777. Extract of a letter, dated camp at Middle-Brook, June 21, 1777.
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Followed by extracts of two other letters dated Middle-Brook, June 22 Describing the British evacuation of Brunswick and retreat to Staten Island. Frederick Green was the only printer active in Annapolis in Campaign to Valley Forge, July 1, Decem / John F.
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An able and skilful artillery officer of the War of 1 Although John Laurens' June 7 letter has not been found, it should be noted that in his June 9 letter to his father he asked for Congress' May 21 resolves on negotiations for a prisoner exchange between Generals Howe and Washington.
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