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|Genre/Form:||Stained leather (Binding)
Gold tooled leather (Binding)
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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Lee, Charles, 1731-1782.
Life and memoirs of the late Major General Lee.
New York, Richard Scott, 1813
|Material Type:||Biography, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Charles Lee; Edward Langworthy
|Notes:||1st edition London, l792.
Memoirs of Major General Lee (p. -67) signed Edward Langworthy.
|Description:||4 p. 3/4., -352 p. 20 cm.|
|Contents:||Memoirs of Major General Lee.--Miscellaneous Pieces: Sketch of a plan for the formation of a military colony. An essay on the coup d'oeil. A picture of the Countess of -------. An account of a conversation, chiefly relative to the army. An epistle to David Hume, esq. A political essay. A breakfast for Rivington. To the people of America. To the gentlement of the Provincial congress of Virginia. On a famous trial in the court of Common pleas, between General Mosyn, governor of Minorca, and an inhabitant of that island. A short history of the treatment of Major General Conway, late in the service of America. Proposals for the formation of a body of light troops, ready to be detached on an emergent occasion. Some queries political and military, humbly offered to the consideration of the public. Copy of General Lee's will.--Letters to General Lee, from several eminent characters both in Europe and America [1759-1781]--Letters from Major General Lee [1766-1782].|