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The Resource Memoirs of the life of the late Charles Lee, esq. ... : second in command in the service of the United States of America during the revolution: to which are added his political and military essays. Also, letters to, and from many distinguished characters, both in Europe and America

Memoirs of the life of the late Charles Lee, esq. ... : second in command in the service of the United States of America during the revolution: to which are added his political and military essays. Also, letters to, and from many distinguished characters, both in Europe and America

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Memoirs of the life of the late Charles Lee, esq. ... : second in command in the service of the United States of America during the revolution: to which are added his political and military essays. Also, letters to, and from many distinguished characters, both in Europe and America
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Memoirs of the life of the late Charles Lee, esq. ...
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second in command in the service of the United States of America during the revolution: to which are added his political and military essays. Also, letters to, and from many distinguished characters, both in Europe and America
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eng
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T 110762
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E207.L4
LC item number
L44
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non fiction
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Memoirs of the life of the late Charles Lee, esq. ... : second in command in the service of the United States of America during the revolution: to which are added his political and military essays. Also, letters to, and from many distinguished characters, both in Europe and America
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The memoir (p. [1]-70) is by Edward Langworthy
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Memoirs of Major General Lee.- Miscellaneous pieces: Sketch of a plan for the formation of a military colony. An essay on the coup do̕eil. A picture of the Countess of - . An account of a conversation, chiefly relative to the army. An epistle to David Hume, esq. A political essay. A breakfast for Rivington. To the people of America. To the gentlemen of the Provincial congress of Virginia. On a famous trial in the Court of common pleas, between General Mostyn, governor of Minorca, and an inhabitant of that island. A short history of the treatment of Major General Conway, late in the service of America. Proposals for the formation of a body of light troops ready to be detached on an emergent occasion. Some queries, political and military, humbly offered to the consideration of the public. Copy of General Lee's will.- Letters to General Lee from several eminent characters both in Europe and America [Nov. 1759 to Oct. 1781] - Letters from General Lee [Dec. 1766 to June 1782]
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20 cm.
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1 p. l., [v]-xii, 439 p.
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11034931
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unmediated
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rdamedia
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(OCoLC)ocn339310559
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Memoirs of the life of the late Charles Lee, esq. ... : second in command in the service of the United States of America during the revolution: to which are added his political and military essays. Also, letters to, and from many distinguished characters, both in Europe and America
Publication
Note
The memoir (p. [1]-70) is by Edward Langworthy
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volume
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rdacarrier
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text
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rdacontent
Contents
Memoirs of Major General Lee.- Miscellaneous pieces: Sketch of a plan for the formation of a military colony. An essay on the coup do̕eil. A picture of the Countess of - . An account of a conversation, chiefly relative to the army. An epistle to David Hume, esq. A political essay. A breakfast for Rivington. To the people of America. To the gentlemen of the Provincial congress of Virginia. On a famous trial in the Court of common pleas, between General Mostyn, governor of Minorca, and an inhabitant of that island. A short history of the treatment of Major General Conway, late in the service of America. Proposals for the formation of a body of light troops ready to be detached on an emergent occasion. Some queries, political and military, humbly offered to the consideration of the public. Copy of General Lee's will.- Letters to General Lee from several eminent characters both in Europe and America [Nov. 1759 to Oct. 1781] - Letters from General Lee [Dec. 1766 to June 1782]
Dimensions
20 cm.
Extent
1 p. l., [v]-xii, 439 p.
Lccn
11034931
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unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
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(OCoLC)ocn339310559

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