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Howe, William
Howe, William Howe
Howe, William Howe (5th Viscount)
Howe, William Howe (Viscount)
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1729-1814
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Clinton, Henry Sir, 1738?-1795
Dorchester, Guy Carleton 1st baron (1724-1808)
Great Britain. Army
Humphreys, James (1748-1810)
Murray, Jan Anthony (Leiden)
Printed Ephemera Collection (Library of Congress)
Royal Institution of Great Britain
Spruit, Henrikus (Utrecht)
Stevens, Benjamin Franklin (1833-1902)
Wild, Bartholomeus (Utrecht)
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Campagnes militaires du lieutenant général sir William Howe, en Amérique: d'après le compte rendu [...] dans un committé de la Chambre des Communes le 29 avril 1779: et d'après les observations [...] contre les Lettres à un gentilhomme
First Battalion of Pennsylvania Loyalists, commanded by His Excellency Sir William Howe, K.B All intrepid, able-bodied heroes, who are willing to serve His Majesty King George the Third, in defence of their country, laws, and constitution, against the arbitrary usurpations of a tyrannical Congress.
General Sir William Howe's Orderly book at Charlestown, Boston and Halifax, June 17, 1775 to 1776, 26 May; to which is added the official abridgment of General Howe's correspondence with the English Government during the siege of Boston, and some military returns ... with an historical introd. by Edward Everett Hale.
Governor Johnstone's speech, with the answer and reply.
Howe brothers and the American Revolution, The
Journals of Lieut. Col. Stephen Kemble, 1773-1789; and British Army orders: Gen. Sir William Howe, 1775-1778; Gen. Sir Henry Clinton, 1778; and Gen. Daniel Jones, 1778.
Kemble papers., The
Narrative of lieut. gen. sir william howe in a committee of the house of commons, on the 29th of april, 1779, relative to his conduct during his late command of the king's troops in north america to which are added some observations upon a pamphlet entitled, letters to a nobleman
Orderly book
Regulations, under which the inhabitants may purchase the enumerated articles, mentioned in the proclamation of His Excellency Sir William Howe, K.B. general and commander in chief
Report on American manuscripts in the Royal institution of Great Britain ...
Whereas an unrestrained liberty of landing or bringing into this city, rum, brandy, and other spirituous liquors, for sale, may be attended with many evil consequences
Whereas by my proclamation bearing date the fourth day of this month all masters of merchant ships were ordered and commanded immediately on their arrival, to make entry of the vessels
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