Volume 1 of this 1795 collection provides unique insights into the first eighteen months of the American Revolutionary War.... and confined to the mere manual exercise of cannon ; whereas the war in which we are engaged requires a knowledge, ... If any persons thus qualified are to be found in the southern colonies, it would be of great public service to forward them with all expedition. ... for the present exigency) I have the honor of inclosing, together with the best judgment we are able to form of the ministerial troops.
|Title||:||Official Letters to the Honorable American Congress|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 2011-02-17|