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Traille, Major Peter, 119.
Trelawney, 64.
Triefte, Ship, 21.
Triton, Frigate, 141.
Truir, Hugh, 155.
Tryon, Gov., 55.
Tully, Kinny, 158.
Turk's Illand, 29.
Turnbull, Col., 157, 202.
Two Silvers, 158.
Tybee, 18, 27, 35, 191.

■y'ALENTINE, Wm., 153.

Valk, Jacob, 152.
Vaughan, Major General, 22,

38-
Verfes on Fall of Charlefton,

194.
Virginia, 66, 199.
Virginia, Ship, 33, 45.

VyAGNER, John, 156.

Wagers on Lofs of
Charleflon, 194.

Wakefield, James, 204.

Walker, Alex , 1 53.

Walker, Benjamin, 204.

Wallace's Bridge, 161.

Wando River, 163.

Wapetaw, 92.

Wappoo Creek, 61.

Wapoo Cut, 7, 37, 162, 192.

Wafliington, Billy, 136.

Wafnington, Gen., 14, 51, 55,
123; Opinion of, relative to
Siege of Charleflon, 10.

Wateree River, 77.

Wafhington, Lt. Colonel Wm.,



224



Index.



36, 70, 71, 125, 127,
164.

Watfon, John, 153.

Wayne, Wm., 153.

Webb, John, 153.

Webfter, Col., 13, 124, 125.

Welch, Capt., 64.

Welfh, Henry, 154, 156.

Wells, John, Jun., 156.

Weft Florida, 65.

Weft Indies, 67, 144, 205.

Weyman, Edward, 204.

Whipple, Commodore Wm.,

9, 21, 200.
White, Col., 128, 135, 136.
White Lieut., 121.
Wilkinfon, Morion, 204.
Williamfon, Gen., 48.



Williams, Geo. R., 156.
Williams, Jas. G., 153.
Wilhamftjurgh, 68.
Williamfon, Gen., 41, 48,
Willis, Nathan, 197.
Wilfon, Lieut., 121.
Wimbleton, 132.
Winftantly, Tho., 153.
Woodford, Gen



78, 175-



9. 71.



Wookmalaw Ifland, 31.
Wragg, John, 152.
Wright, Sir James, 62.
Wright, Major, 160.
Wyatt, Jos., 156.

YORK Volunteers, 157.
Young, George, 1 54.



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