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Narrative of Lieutenant-General Sir Henry Clinton . Relative


Publication Date: 1783
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CLINTON, HENRY. The Narrative of Lieutenant-General Sir Henry Clinton . Relative to his Conduct During Part of his Command of the King's Troops in North America; Particularly to that which Respects the Unfortunate Issue of the Campaign in 1781 . London: J. Debrett, 1783. [2], 112 p. Removed. Wanting half-title, else about fine. Fourth edition in the first year of publication. Clinton's spirited defense of his command of the British army in North America, particularly his account of the Virginia campaign that ended with the defeat and surrender of the British army at Yorktown. Cornwallis published a bitter reply to Clinton's narrative, beginning an acrimonious pamphlet and letter controversy. Adams, American Controversy, 83-21e; Howes C496. Bookseller Inventory # 6510

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