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The Siege of Charleston by the British Fleet and Army Under the Command of Admiral Arbuthnot and Sir Henry Clinton, 12th of May 1780
Text:"... Law, the Executive found it impracticable obtain Labour for thefe to interefting Objects. " x SirHenryClinton, Commander in Chief of the Briti f h Forces in America, who then ftationed New..."
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The Siege of Charleston by the British Fleet and Army Under the Command of Admiral Arbuthnot and Sir Henry Clinton, 12th of May 1780
Text:"... efolved That the Thanks of this Hou f be given Sir e to , HenryClinton, Knight of the oft Honourable Order of the m Bath, and Commander in Chief of His Ma je ft y's Forces in North America..."
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The Siege of Charleston by the British Fleet and Army Under the Command of Admiral Arbuthnot and Sir Henry Clinton, 12th of May 1780
Text:"..., the Enemy m o averted the Blow by Letter from General a Lincoln, acquainting SirHenryClinton, that he would the Terms he had accept Days before reje ted. two c The Continental Troops Prifoners..."
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The Siege of Charleston by the British Fleet and Army Under the Command of Admiral Arbuthnot and Sir Henry Clinton, 12th of May 1780
Text:"..., and was a m the Shells and Carca fT thrown from both es Parties Sight altogether me." was a new to The Difpatches of his Excellency General SirHenryClinton, announcing his Ma- to je ft..."
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The Siege of Charleston by the British Fleet and Army Under the Command of Admiral Arbuthnot and Sir Henry Clinton, 12th of May 1780
Text:"... of the droops under the Command of his Excel lency General SirHenryClinton K. B., , from the Debarkation in South Carolina the nth of February the Surrender of to , Char l fi the th of May, 80..."
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The Siege of Charleston by the British Fleet and Army Under the Command of Admiral Arbuthnot and Sir Henry Clinton, 12th of May 1780
Text:"... the Garrifon could have retreated, and from which Direction alone Supplies could be received. Soon after the Affair Monk's Corner, at SirHenryClinton received Reinforce- a of three thoufand Men..."
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The Siege of Charleston by the British Fleet and Army Under the Command of Admiral Arbuthnot and Sir Henry Clinton, 12th of May 1780
Text:"... the Prifoners which had already fallen into the Hands of General SirHenryClinton, in South Carolina, Mr. Lloyd are and Mr. Parr, Perfons of fo E inence m e m in that Province. INTELLIGENCE FROM..."
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The Siege of Charleston by the British Fleet and Army Under the Command of Admiral Arbuthnot and Sir Henry Clinton, 12th of May 1780
Text:"..., communicated by Colonel as John Lawrence: " The B riti f h Army, faid be under the to Command of SirHenryClinton, di s tri- are buted Port Royal I f land, John's Ifland, on Stono Ferry..."
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The Siege of Charleston by the British Fleet and Army Under the Command of Admiral Arbuthnot and Sir Henry Clinton, 12th of May 1780
Text:"... followed the -four Letters twent y which faffed between his Excellency SirHenryClinton Commander in Chief and , Lincoln the Rebel General? Mr. 1 ^ , 1 Omitted in R ivingto rf Ga ette. s z..."
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The Siege of Charleston by the British Fleet and Army Under the Command of Admiral Arbuthnot and Sir Henry Clinton, 12th of May 1780
Text:"..., on his Excellency General SirHenryClinton, having fcarcely the Lofs of Man, advanced a , the Army within Gun Shot of the Rebel Abattis, the Town completely inverted, was and, the f i ring, which..."
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