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Birth:Apr 16 1730
Death:Dec 23 1795
Name:Sir Henry Clinton
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Text:"... Extrctordinary^ . ( Publijhed Friday Evening, June 17, 1.780. tfopftf S to Major General Lincoln-, \otbAprilf 1780. Camp before Cbarles-Tn--wn, April 10, 1786. SIRHenryClinton,'K. B. General anj..."
Date:June 20 1780
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... corps was completely st the diipotal of SirHenryClinton, cither to be withdrawn, or employed in the Upper Chcfapeak, or fenr back to the Carolinas; and; ennfequcntly, that bis Lardjbip's conduct..."
Date:Feb 1 1783
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... the prefent inftance) with bis excel- lency SirHenryClinton. To favour it, I agreed to meet upon ground not withkl polls of either army, a perfon who was to give me intelligence _ I came up in the Vulture..."
Date:Dec 5 1780
Publication:Edinburgh, Midlothian, United Kingdom
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Text:"..., at the siege and capture ol fort Frontenace, (now llieim.th side of lake Ontario: Iu 1733. George Clinton, the father of SirHenryClinton, was installed as Oo vernor of the colony. An intimacy took place..."
Date:Oct 14 1828
Publication:Wilmington, Delaware, United States of America
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Text:"... HenryClinton, of a very favourable and imr portant Nature, tending to conciliate the Difference now fubfiftihg between Great Britain and the Colonies. It is believed that thofe Overtures. M made..."
Date:Dec 23 1779
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... of Major André ? Certaù^y, SirHenryClinton never sent them back to be buried under the gallows. Certainly, then, the remains disinterred in 1821 from the spot where the gallows stood balf a century befow..."
Date:Oct 18 1879
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... the American revolution. "The University of Michigan li- brary already contains the head- quarters papers of tho British army in North America throughout the revolution, that is the papers of General SirHenry..."
Date:Jan 1 1930
Publication:Charleston, West Virginia, United States of America
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Text:"... was sweet: SirHenryClinton, where is my brother? Clinton dropped his eyes, while a heavy frown contracted his smooth forehead. For an instant lie appeared about to give way to temper, but finally unpuckcred..."
Date:Mar 8 1899
Publication:Goshen, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"..., and Mrs Bacely. And now I have but one de- mand, Gen. SirHenryClinton, a more statement; Your, personal se jharply back role of Lounsbury. tor.tiou 'MTtriti.n. and I I and one :creca arc- .safTwiTh "me7..."
Date:Apr 27 1899
Publication:Racine, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:"..., there were none in her voice as she advanced before the Englishman. As she came to within a pace of him she halted, and demanded in a low, firm tone, which for all its firmness wan sweet: "SirHenryClinton..."
Date:July 27 1899
Publication:Marble Rock, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"... a pace iif him she halte.J, and dein imled ¡n a low, !ir:n tone, which for ail Us firmness waa sTveet: SirHenryClinton, wliet-c is my brother? Clinton dj«p[*e«l his ejes, while a heavy frown contracted..."
Date:May 3 1900
Publication:Osgood, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"...; {^) ' pa^.* comphment to^ SirHenry � �*� Clinton for the independent vote which lost bim his seat and place, against whom the decision was given. He still, however, retained his opinion that the petitioner..."
Date:Mar 7 1830
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... in a loiv, firm tone, which' for all its firmness was sweet: "SirHenryClinton, where is my Clinton dropped his while a heavy frown contracted his-smooth foriMicud. 1'or an instant he appeared about to give..."
Date:Feb 16 1899
Publication:Racine, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:"..., or village." This it a notable name In American his- tory on both sides of the Revolution, observes Florence A Cowles in Cleveland Plain Dealer. SirHenryClinton (son of Admiral George Clin- ton, governor..."
Date:Jan 12 1939
Publication:Fredericksburg, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"... of him she halted, and demanded in a low, firm tone, which for all its firmness was sweet: "SirHenryClinton, where is my brother?" Clinton dropped his eyes, while a hea\->-frown contracted his smooth..."
Date:Feb 17 1899
Publication:Iola, Kansas, United States of America
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Text:"... would compromise SirHenryClinton were they known abroad. I, (oo, know them. Work your will on me, a girl care not; but if you injure a hair of the head of Beverly, all England shall know how Mr. Henry..."
Date:Mar 7 1899
Publication:Hamilton, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... command- er. SirHenryClinton, of hl3 weaknesses and the faults of his generalship. led to his llrml downfall and which contributed largely to the defeat of the British Army In the Revolution..."
Date:Aug 28 1897
Publication:New York, New York, United States of America
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Text:"... would compromise SirHenryClinton were they known abroad. I, too, know them. Work your will on riie, a girl -I care not; but if you injure a"hair of the head of Beverly, all Englani;! shall know how Mr..."
Date:Aug 31 1901
Publication:Alton, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"..., " that " by the laft Packet which failed from Fal-" mouth to New-York, an Order was fent to *' His Excellency SirHenryClinton, figni-" fying his Majefty's Pleafure that a Court-� Martial fhould be forthwith held..."
Date:Sep 13 1781
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... HenryClinton, who was "bottled up" by the French fleet in the harbor. At this tlmo Benedict Arnold ob talncd command of West Point. He had already, under an assumed name, i been for eighteen months..."
Date:Sep 12 1914
Publication:Middletown, New York, United States of America
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