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America invincible. : an heroic poem ; in two books. Book I. America asserts an independency of Great-Britain. Raises troops to support it. A battle at Bunker-Hill. The Americans gain the day. Book II. An invasion into Canada is determined upon, in two different directions. St. John's and Montreal are taken, and Quebec stormed. Montgomery is slain. : To which is prefixed, a concise history of the former wars in America. : Dedicated to His Excellency Horatio Gates, Esquire. Preview this item
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America invincible. : an heroic poem ; in two books. Book I. America asserts an independency of Great-Britain. Raises troops to support it. A battle at Bunker-Hill. The Americans gain the day. Book II. An invasion into Canada is determined upon, in two different directions. St. John's and Montreal are taken, and Quebec stormed. Montgomery is slain. : To which is prefixed, a concise history of the former wars in America. : Dedicated to His Excellency Horatio Gates, Esquire.

Author: Officer of rank in the Continental Army.; Horatio Gates
Publisher: Danvers, near Boston : Printed and sold by E. Russell, at his printing-office, next the Bell-Tavern, M, DCC, LXXIX. [1779]
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Poems
History
Poetry
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Officer of rank in the Continental Army.; Horatio Gates
OCLC Number: 62817516
Notes: Apparently no more published.
Description: 1 online resource (vi, [1], 8-40 p.)
Responsibility: by an officer of rank in the Continental Army. ; Number I.

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