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Narrative of Lieutenant-General Sir Henry Clinton

Sir Henry Clinton

Narrative of Lieutenant-General Sir Henry Clinton

K.B. 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. With an appendix, ...

by Sir Henry Clinton

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Published by printed for J. Debrett (successor to Mr. Almon) in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 6142, no. 03.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[4],115,[5]p.
Number of Pages115
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16993734M

  Born in Newfoundland in , Henry Clinton was the son of George Clinton, an admiral in the British Navy and the governor of Newfoundland. George received a post as governor of New York in and when he departed for the colonies in , Henry accompanied his father. At the age of fifteen, Henry took his first military commission in the New York :// Narrative of Lieutenant-General Sir Henry Clinton, K.B., 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 with an appendix, containing copies and extracts of those parts of his correspondence with Lord George Germain, Earl Cornwallis, Rear Admiral Graves, &c., which are

Narrative of Lieutenant-General Sir Henry Clinton, K. B. 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   Sir Henry Clinton Henry Clinton (ur. 16 kwietnia , zm. 23 grudnia ) – brytyjski genera ł. Jego ojcem był admirał George Clinton. Mając zaledwie 13 lat Henry został dowódcą Coldstream Guards. Gdy trwała wojna siedmioletnia () wyróżnił się (–).

Sir Henry Clinton in the War of Independence. Portrait of a General. ©, Edition: 1st Edition stated. The page edges, cover, and spine show signs of wear and ://   Sir Henry Clinton (c. ) was commander in chief of the British armies during the crucial years of the American Revolution. Henry Clinton was the only son of George Clinton, governor of colonial New York. He entered the military, serving first in the New York militia and then in as a regular army lieutenant in the Cold stream Guards. He rose


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