Strictures on the inertness of the Americans

From Diary of the American Revolution, Vol II.  Compiled by Frank Moore and published in 1859. April 28.—”Cassius,” in the Pennsylvania Packet of today, makes the following strictures upon the present state of affairs in America:— Si nolis sanus, curres hydropicus. Friends and Countrymen:—We are now entered into the sixth year of the war, and …

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Operations in the South – British Account

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From Diary of the American Revolution, Vol II. Compiled by Frank Moore and published in 1859. May 29.—A correspondent in Charleston, South Carolina, gives the following account of the late movements of the two armies at the southward:—”On the twenty-eighth of April, a party of the British army, under the command of Major Fraser, landed …

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