The Emperors Library

American War of Independence 1775-83 - volume 8

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A collection of 100 titles dealing with the American War of Independence in all its aspects
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The books are;

  1. The despatches of Molyneux Shuldham, vice-admiral of the Blue and commander-in-chief of His Britannic Majesty's ships in North America, January-July, 1776

  2. The Detail and Conduct of the American War, under Generals Gage, Howe, Burgoyne, and Vice Admiral Lord Howe

  3. The diary of Dorothy Dudley

  4. The diary of Thomas Vernon Loyalist

  5. The diplomacy of the revolution

  6. The discipline of the light-horse (1778)

  7. The Dutch Republic and the American Revolution

  8. The engagement at Freehold, known as the battle of Monmouth, N.J., more properly of Monmouth Court-House, 28th June, 1778

  9. The examination of Joseph Galloway, Esq. by a committee of the House of Commons

  10. The financial history of the United States, from 1774 to 1789

  11. The First American civil war

  12. The First Sea Fight of the Revolution

  13. The flight of American loyalists to the British Isles

  14. The Fort Stanwix captive, or New England volunteer

  15. The French in America During the War of Independence of the United States, 1777-83 vol.1

  16. The French in America During the War of Independence of the United States, 1777-83 vol.2

  17. The French war and the Revolution

  18. The German Allied Troops in the North American War of Independence, 1776-1783

  19. The German element in the war of American Independence

  20. The Graves papers; relating to the naval operations of the Yorktown campaign,July-Oct.1781

  21. The Heath papers

  22. The Hero of Cowpens

  23. The Heroes and Battles of the American Revolution

  24. The Hessian prison camp, Reading, Pennsylvania, 1776-1783

  25. The Hessians and the Other German Auxiliaries of Great Britain

  26. The history of Orangeburg County South Carolina

  27. The history of South Carolina in the Revolution 1775-80

  28. The history of South Carolina in the Revolution 1780-83

  29. The history of the American revolution Volume 1

  30. The history of the American revolution Volume 2

  31. The history of the origin progress and termination of the American war vol.1

  32. The history of the origin progress and termination of the American war vol.2

  33. The history of the revolution of South-Carolina, from a British province to an independent state vol.1

  34. The history of the revolution of South-Carolina, from a British province to an independent state vol.2

  35. The history of Valley Forge

  36. The illustrated life of Washington With vivid pen-paintings of battles

  37. The influence of sea power upon history, 1775-1783

  38. The invasion of Canada in 1775

  39. The Irish contribution to America's independence

  40. The journal and order book of Captain Robert Kirkwood of the Delaware regiment of the continental line

  41. The journal of a voyage from Charlestown, S. C., to London, undertaken during the American revolution by a daughter of an eminent American loyalist

  42. The journal of Alexander Chesney - a South Carolina loyalist in the revolution and after

  43. The journal of Claude Blanchard commissary of the French auxiliary army sent to the United States during the American revolution, 1780-83

  44. The journal of Isaac Senter

  45. The journal of Lieut. John Hardenbergh of the 2nd New York continental regiment from May 1 to Oct 3, 1779, in General Sullivan's campaign against the western Indians

  46. The journal of Lieut. William Feltman, of the 1st Pennsylvania regiment

  47. The journals of each Provincial congress of Massachusetts in 1774 and 1775

  48. The journals of Major Samuel Shaw the first American consul at Canton

  49. The Kemble papers vol.1

  50. The Kemble papers vol.2

  51. The Lee Papers vol.4

  52. The Lee Papers vol.5

  53. The Lee Papers vol.6

  54. The Lee Papers vol.7

  55. The legacy of the American revolution to the British West Indies and Bahamas a chapter out of the history of the American loyalists

  56. The letter book of Esek Hopkins, commander-in-chief of the United States navy, 1775-77

  57. The life and career of Major John André

  58. The life and character of Major Pitcairn the British officer, who opened the drama of the American revolution on the 19th of April, 1775

  59. The life and correspondence of the late Admiral Lord Rodney vol.1

  60. The life and correspondence of the late Admiral Lord Rodney vol.2

  61. The life and memoirs of the late Major General Lee, second in command to General Washington during the American revolution

  62. The life and service of the Honorable Major Gen. Samuel Elbert of Georgia

  63. The life and surprising adventures of John Nutting

  64. The life and times of Aaron Burr

  65. The life of Artemas Ward, the first commander-in-chief of the American revolution

  66. The life of Augustus, viscount Keppel, admiral of the White, and first lord of the admiralty in 1782-3 vol.1

  67. The life of Augustus, viscount Keppel, admiral of the White, and first lord of the admiralty in 1782-3 vol.2

  68. The life of Colonel Paul Revere vol.2

  69. The life of Francis Marion

  70. The life of Gen. Francis Marion - A partisan officer

  71. The life of General Daniel Morgan, of the Virginia line of the army of the United States

  72. The life of Jane McCrea with an account of Burgoyne's expedition in 1777

  73. The life of John Kalb, Major-General in the Revolutionary Army

  74. The life of John Paterson, major-general in the Revolutionary Army

  75. The life of Major-General Peter Muhlenberg, of the revolutionary army

  76. The life of Samuel Tucker, Commodore in the American revolution (US navy)

  77. The life of Silas Talbot, a commodore in the navy of the United States

  78. The life of William Alexander, Earl of Stirling; major-general in the Army of the United States

  79. The life of William Henry, of Lancaster, Pennsylvania, 1729-1786, patriot, military officer, inventor of the steamboat

  80. The lives and services of Major Gen. John Thomas, Col. Thomas Knowlton, Col. Alexander Scammell, Major Gen. Henry Dearborn

  81. The logs of Serapis-Alliance-Ariel,under the command of John Paul Jones,1779-80

  82. The London Gazette extraordinary – Brandywine

  83. The loyalist poetry of the revolution

  84. The loyalists in the American Revolution

  85. The Loyalists of Massachusetts and the other side of the American Revolution

  86. The loyalists of Pennsylvania

  87. The loyalty and devotion of colored Americans in the revolution and war of 1812

  88. The major operations of the navies in the war of American Independence (MAHAN)

  89. The maritime provinces of British North America and the American Revolution

  90. The Marquis de La Fayette in the American revolution Vol.1

  91. The Marquis de La Fayette in the American revolution Vol.2

  92. The memoirs of Rufus Putnam and certain official papers and correspondence

  93. The military heroes of the revolution with a narrative of the war of independence

  94. The military hospitals at Bethlehem and Lititz, Penn'a, during the revolutionary war

  95. The Minute men and other Patriots of Walpole Mass.

  96. The Narrative of General Gage's Spies, March, 1775

  97. The narrative of John Blatchford, detailing his sufferings in the revolutionary war, while a prisoner with the British. As related by himself

  98. The narrative of Jonathan Rathbun, of the capture of Fort Griswold

  99. The narrative of Lieut. Gen. Sir William. Howe

  100. The narrative of Major Abraham Leggett of the army of the revolution