Bibliotheca Americana: Or, A Chronological Catalogue of the Most Curious and Interesting Books, Pamphlets, State Papers, &c., Upon the Subject of North and South America, from the Earliest Period to the Present, in Print and Manuscript : for which Research Has Been Made in the British Museum, and the Most Celebrated Public and Private Libraries, Reviews, Catalogues, &c. : with an Introductory Discourse on the Present State of Literature in Those Countries

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J. Debrett ..., J. Sewell ..., R. Baldwin and J. Bew ..., and E. Harlowe, 1789 - America - 271 pages

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Page 199 - An Impartial History of the War in America, between Great Britain and her Colonies from its Commencement to the end of the Year 1779...
Page 197 - Burgoyne, and verified by Evidence; with a Collection of Authentic Documents, and an Addition of many Circumstances which were prevented from appearing before the House by the Prorogation of Parliament.
Page 168 - The History of a Voyage to the Malouine (or Falkland) Islands, Made in 1763 and 1764, Under the Command of M. de Bougainville...
Page 135 - Essays. The first, Containing an Analysis Of a General Map of the Middle British Colonies in America; And of the Country of the Confederate Indians: A Description of the Face of the Country; The Boundaries of the Confederates; and the Maritime and Inland Navigations of the several Rivers and Lakes contained therein.
Page 195 - A brief examination of the plan and conduct of the Northern expedition in America in 1777, and of the surrender of the army under the command of Lieutenant-General Burgoyne...
Page 196 - A View of the Evidence relative to the Conduct of the American War under Sir William Howe...
Page 209 - A Genuine Detail of the Several Engagements, Positions, and Movements of the Royal and American Armies, during the Years 1775 and 1776; with an Accurate Account of the Blockade of Boston, and a Plan of the Works on Bunker's Hill, at the time it was abandoned by his Majesty's Forces on the I7th of March, 1776.
Page 159 - The Journal of a Two Months Tour; with a view of Promoting Religion among the Frontier Inhabitants of Pennsylvania, and of Introducing Christianity among the Indians to the Westward of the Alegh-geny Mountains.
Page 212 - History of the War with America, France, Spain and Holland, commencing in 1775, and ending in 1783, by John Andrews, 4 vols.
Page 205 - A Letter addressed to the ABBE RAYNAL on the AFFAIRS of NORTH AMERICA. In which THE MISTAKES IN THE ABBE'S ACCOUNT of the REVOLUTION OF AMERICA are corrected and cleared up. By THOMAS PAIXE, MA, of the University of Pennsylvania, and author, of a Tract, entitled

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