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Evacuation of Philadelphia.--Battle of Monmouth..
General Lee censured.--General Clinton reaches
New York.- The Count de Estaing arrives there
Repairs to Rhode Island Expedition unsuccessful.
- French Fleet rendezvous at Boston, to refit after
the Damages sustained by a Storm.-Lord Howe
leaves the American Seas.-Marauding Exploits of
General Grey.-Destruction of Wyoming.--Expe-
dition into the Indian Territories.
Foreign Negociations.—Diffensions among the Amer-
ican Commissioners.—Deane recalled.--Mr. Adams
appointed.--Mr. Lee and Mr. Adams recalled.
Spain declares War against England. -Mr. Jay
sent to the Court of Madrid.--Sir George Collier's
Expedition to Virginia-His sudden Recal--Rav-
ages on the North River.--Depredations in the
State of Connecticut, in aid of Governor Tryon and
his Partisans.-General Washington feizes Stoney
Point-Recovered by the British. Penobscot Expe-
dition-Destruction of the American Navy 128
A Retrospect of some Naval Transactions in the West
Indies, one thousand seven hundred and seventy-
eight, and seventy-nine.--Affairs in Georgia con-
cisely reviewed.—General Lincoln sent to take the
Command at the Southward.— The Count de Er-
taing's Arrival in Georgia.—Savannah closely be-
sieged by the Combined Forces of France and
America-Repulsed by General Prevost.--The
Count de Estaing leaves the Southern Clime.-
The Count Pulaski slain in Georgia. Some Anec-
dotes of Count Kosciulko.
Sir Henry Clinton and Admiral Arbuthnot fail for
South Carolina --Charleston invested-Capitulates.
-General Lincoln and his Army Prisoners of War.
-General Clinton returns to New York.—Lord
Cornwallis's Command and Civil Administration in
Charleston.-Mr. Gadsden and other Gentlemen
suspected, and sent to St. Augustine.—Much Oppo.
sition to British Authority in both the Carolinas.--
The Count de Rochambeau and the Admiral de
Tiernay arrive at Newport.—British Depredations
in the Jerlies.-Catastrophe of Mr. Caldwell and
his family.--Armed Neutrality. Some Observa-
tions on the State of Ireland.-Riots in England.-
Distressed Situation of the Army and the Country,
from various Causes.--General Gates sent to the
Southward-Surprised and defeated at Camden by
Lord Cornwallis--Superseded.--General Greene
appointed to the Command in the Carolinas.--Ma.
jor Ferguson's Defeat.-Sir Henry Clinton makes
a Diversion in the Chesapeake, in favor of Lord
Cornwallis.--General Arnold sent there-His De-
fection and Character.-Detection, Trial, and Death
of Major Andre. -Dispolition of the Dutch Repub-
lic with regard to America. Governor Trumbull's
Character, and Correspondence with the Baron Van
der Capellen. Mr. Laurens appointed to negociate
with the Dutch Republic.
Revolt of the Pennsylvania Line--Discontents in other
Parts of the Army.-Paper Medium sunk. Some
ađive Movements of Don Bernard de Galvez ia
America.-War between Great Britain and Spain
opened in Europe by the Siege of Gibraltar.--Short
View of Diplomatic Transactions between America
and several European Powers.-Empress of Ruflia
refuses to treat with the American States.
General Gates surrenders the Command of the South-
ern Army to General Greene, on his Arrival in
South Carolina.--Action between General Sumpter
and Colonel Tarleton.-General Morgan's Expedi-
tion-Meets and defeats Colonel Tarleton.---Lord
Cornwallis pursues General Morgan.-Party of
Americans cut off at the Catawba.—Lord Corn-
wallis arrives at Hillsborough-Calls, by Proclama-
tion, on all the Inhabitants of the State to join him,
- Battle of Guilford-Americans defeated.--Lord
Cornwallis marches towards Wilmington—General
Greene pursues him-General Greene returns to-
wards Camden.-Action at Camden.-Lord Raw-
don evacuates Camden, and returns to Charleston.
- Barbarous State of Society among the Moun-
taineers, and in the back Settlements of the Carolinas.
-Attack on Ninety Six--Repulse-General Greene
again obliged to retreat.--Execution of Colonel
Hayne.—Lord Rawdon leaves the State of South
Carolina, and embarks for England. --Action at
the Eutaw Springs.-General Greene retires to the
High-Hills of Santee. Governor Rutledge returns
to South Carolina, and resumes the Reins of Gov-
Lord Cornwallis marches to Wilmington.--Marquis
de la Fayette sent to Virginia.—Death of General
Phillips. Lord Cornwallis moves from Petersburgh
to Williamsburgh-Dissonant Opinions between him
and Sir Henry Clinton-Crosses James River--
Takes Post at Portsmouth. Indecision of Sir Henry
Clinton-Meditates an Attack on Philadelphia-
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