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An account of the British expedition above the highlands of the Hudson river

by George W. Pratt

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Published by Munsell & Rowland in Albany .
Written in English


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Also available in digital form on the Internet Archive Web site.

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LC ClassificationsE233 .P91
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24445419M
LC Control Number02003017

In , eight companies of the 77 th set sail from Halifax to New York in April to join Lord Rollo’s expedition to take Dominica. The two battalions of the 42 nd that remained in Montreal until mid-summer , were soon ordered to New York city via the Lake Champlain-Hudson river corridor to participate in a pending expedition against the French and Spanish, arriving at Staten Island. -Esopus treaty, , by J.R. Brodhead. -Ulster County sheriffs. -List of colonial statutes referring to the county of Ulster. -List of documents relating to Ulster County contained in the Clinton papers. -An account of the British expedition above the Highlands of the Hudson River and of the burning of Kingston in , by G.W. : N.Y.). Ulster Historical Society (Kingston.

Stony Point, New York STONY POINT, NEW YORK. 16 July Anthony Wayne's coup de a quiet winter and spring, on 28 May a large British expedition started north from Kings Bridge in four columns supported by vessels in the Hudson l Clinton's objective was to cut the primary route used by the Americans to move provisions from New England to West Point and its. The book American ning an ACCOUNT of the SOIL, CLIMATE, PRODUCTION, and AGRICULTURE, of the BRITISH COLONIES in NORTH AMERICA and the WEST-INDIES; with Observations on the Advantages and Disadvantages of settling in them, compared with GREAT BRITAIN and IRELAND was published in Britain in , and written, anonymously, "by an American.".

  The London Chronicle, Octo , reports that “An express is arrived from Lord Howe, giving an account that on Aug. 22, he had obtained possession of Long Island; with the [British] loss only of fifty men killed, and slightly wounded. Of the Provincials were killed upon the spot, and above taken prisoners.”Author: Todd Andrlik. Washington began moving his army from Morristown, New Jersey towards the Hudson River. On July 12 they arrived at the Clove, a craggy gorge in the highlands on the west side of the Hudson River. From there they could reach the Hudson quickly, or if necessary turn south and return to .


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(George Watson) Pratt. Inhe published An Account of the British Expedition Above the Highlands of the Hudson River; And of the Events Connected with the Burning of Kingston in He was a colonel of the State Militia, commanding the 20th New York State Militia Regiment "Ulster Guards", and fought with them in the American Civil War.

The Early History of Saugerties by Benjamin Brink () An Account of the British Expedition Above the Highlands of the Hudson River, and of the Events Connected with the Burning of Kingston inby George W. Pratt () The Collected Papers of George Clinton () External links [ edit ]Allegiance: State of New York.

The British felt that Americans were not contributing their fair share to the repayment of the national war debt for the Seven Years' War because a. American militias contributed very little military help to the British Army in defense of the colonies.

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Pratt contains many primary documents, including the letter below. Letter of Abraham Hasbrouck on the burning of Kingston may be found in the above, page n4, or the file appended : Sue Gardner. An Account of the British Expedition above the Highlands of the Hudson River, and of the Events Connected with the Burning of Kingston in George Pratt: Athens Bicentennial: Its People and Industry, Athens Bicentennial Committee.

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