Letters from General Washington, to several of his friends in the year 1776. : In which are set forth, a fairer and fuller view of American politicks, than ever yet transpired, or the public could be made acquainted with through any other channel. : Together with the Reverend Mr. Jacob Duche's (late chaplain to the Congress) letter to Mr. Washington, and an answer to it, by Mr. John Parke, a lieutenant-colonel in Mr. Washington's army.

Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
[New York] : Printed [by James Rivington], in the year 1778.
Description
1 online resource ([2], 53, [1] pages).

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Subject(s)
Series
Eighteenth century collections online.
Notes
  • Spurious letters first published in London in 1777, variously attributed to John Vardill ("Poplicola") and to John Randolph. Cf. Ford, W.C. The spurious letters attributed to Washington, 1889.
  • Ascribed to the press of James Rivington by Evans.
  • Reproduction of original from Library of Congress.
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction. Farmington Hills, Mich. : Cengage Gale, 2009. Available via the World Wide Web. Access limited by licensing agreements.
Indexed in
English Short Title Catalog, W13545.
References
Evans, 15868
Place name(s)
United States New York New York.
OCLC
62812709
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