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PRINTED BY MANNING AND LORING,
For E. LARKIN, No. 47, CORNHILL.

1805.

Checked
May 1913

CO N T E N T S

OF VOLUME SECOND.

CHAPTER XI.
Northern Department.-General Carleton superseded.

-General Burgoyne velted with the Command for
Operations in Canada.--Ticonderoga abandoned by
General St. Clair.---Affair of Fort Stanwix-Of
Bennington, and various other important Movements
of the two Armies, until the Convention of Sara-
toga.—General Burgoyne repairs to England on
Parole-His Reception there.-Reflections and Ob-
servations on the Event of the Northern Campaign.

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CHAPTER XII.

Observations on the Conduct of the British Parliament,

previous to the Capture of Burgoyne.—The ineffectual Efforts of the Commissioners sent to America, in consequence of Lord North's Conciliatory Bill-Their Attempts to corrupt Individuals and Public Bodies.-Negociation broken off.-Manifesto published by the Commissioners-Counter Declaration by Congress.--Sir William Howe repairs to England.

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