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PRINTED FOR THE AUTHOR;

AND SOLD BY CHARLES DILLY, IN THE POULTRY; AND

JAMES BUCKLAND, IN PATER-NOSTER-ROW.

M DCC LXXXVIII.

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THE GENERAL CONTENTS OF THE SEVERAL LETTERS
IN VOL. IV.

LETTER II. P. 16-67.

The Pennfylvania line revolts, p. 16. Sir H. Clinton fends

agents to treat with them, two of whom are hanged, p. 20.

Part of the Jersey brigade revolts, p. 22. Lieut. colonel John

Laurens chofen by congrefs fpecial minifter to the court of Ver-

failles, and general Washington's hints to him, p. 23-the gene-

ral writes to Dr. Franklin, p. 25. The Virginia houfe of dele-

gates' refolve respecting Gates, p. 26. The returns of Greene's

force in South Carolina, and his concluding on a partisan war,

p. 27-his letter to lord Cornwallis, p. 28-he divides his force,

p. 30. Lieut. colonel Tarleton is detached after general Mor-

gan, by whom he is defeated, p. 33. Lord Cornwallis pursues

Morgan, p. 37. General Greene arrives, and takes the com-

mand of Morgan's troops, p. 38. The Americans retreat, and

fafely cross the Dan into Virginia, though pursued by his lord-

ship with the utmoft eagerness, p. 39. Greene recroffes the

Dan, p. 47. General Pickens and lieut. colonel Lee cut in

pieces a large body of royalifts, p. 48. Cornwallis attempts to

furprise the American light infantry, p. 50. Greene determines

upon fighting his lordship, p. 53. His lordfhip attacks and

defeats him, p. 54. His lordship retreats toward Cross Creek,

and Greene purfues him to Deep river, p. 57. General Arnold

fails for and lands in Virginia, p. 59. General Washington

lays a plan for catching him, p. 60. Sir H. Clinton fends gen.

Phillips, with more troops, to take the command in Virginia,

p. 62. Acts of congrefs, p. 63. Mr. Robert Morris chosen

financier, p. 64. The Maryland delegates empowered to fub-

fcribe the confederation, which is thereby completed, p. 65.

General Washington gives his decifive opinion upon the neceffity

of a timely and powerful aid from France, p. 67.

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