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nothing but you.

Ix>KDOX, Feb. 24, 177G
Dear Sir:

It is so long since I have had the pleasure of hearing
from you that I fear the administration has but too cffeoti-
ally stopt the Channels of Communication betv.-een this
Country and its colonies. I have allways dreaded th;s
event as fatal & final to the prospect of national reconcilia-
tion. When in any contention the parties are not only
studiously kept asunder, but mischief-making go-betweens
exert every art and practise every fraud to inflame jeal-
ousies, animosities and resentments between them. It is
but too obvious to fear that your own prophetic words sli^



172 Some Letters of FnmkUii's Correspondents.

"be accomplished, that instead of tliat cordial affection that
once and so long existed k that harmony so suitable to the
happiness, safety, strength and wellfare of both countries, an
implacable malice and mutual hatred, such as we see subsist-
ing between the Spaniards and Portugueze, the Geno [torn]
and corsicans, sli'' fatally take root between the present
state and its Colonies. These feare are not abated by the
consideration of the incessant injuries, w'^'' have been and
w'*" continue to be heapt upon our unhappy fellow-subjects
in America. These injuries are indeed brought upon them
by the administration, who usurps the personality and
authority w''' they pretend to derive from the people, but
from the distance between us and our american ])reth-
ren, and the false evidence mutually transmitted from one to
the other by a treacherous administration, I greatly fear
that national resentment will become indiscriminate. It is
inseparable from human nature that the mind under any
grievous suffering, especially' injury, will be distracted and
broken from its [torn] and most affectionate connexions
vi"^ may happen to be but accidentally & collaterally involved.
The affection of States to each other consists of the combi-
nation of personal affections, parentage and intercourse;
when blood is shed, and the parent weeps for his son, the
widow for her husband, brother for brother, an inextinguish-
able resentment arises, the appeal for blood. Those unfor-
tunates who have lost their relations and friends become
furious, and in those who have them yet to lose, horrors and
fears take place of and drive out affection, the bonds of
attachment are let loose and all the tumultuous passions are
Bet afloat. I know that you are as sensible of these conse-
quences as any one can be, you have foreseen them afar off,
you have predicted them, you have done every thing in
your power to soften animosities and to put off the e\dl day.
I hope still that you will not despair. Your age, experience,
character, humanity and example of moderation in disre-
garding those injuries and insults W'' have been offered to
yourself, give you the best title to plead \\\t\\ your country-



' • Some Letfcrs of Ft'a7}klin's Gyircspovdents. 173

men, to suspend tlieir resentments, to discriminate tliose
who have not injared them, and to remember the ties of
aftection between themselves and their fellow-snbjeots in
England. I see the intluence of your Counsels in the Con-
gress. I see the distinction clearly made between the min-
istry and the people of England, but I fear at the same time
the seeds of jealousy are struggling to break out. The
address from the Congress to the assembly of Jamaica
speaks of the people of England as dissipated and corrupt.
The people of England are far otherwise. They are ju-,t
and gen'erous and if it were put to the sense of the
people of England, you w** not be left in any doubt whether
it was want of will or want of power to do you justice.
You know the blot of our constitution by w'^ to our
disgrace and to your misfortune, a corrupt ministry, shel-
tered by parliamentary influence, are out of our immediate
Controul. A day of account may come, when the justice
of the nation may prevail, and if it comes not too late, it
may prove a day of reconciliation and cordial reunion
between us and America. The trial is ^^^th you, to guard
your resentments from becoming indiscriminate, and a
great trial it is [torn] the assistance and guidance of good
men like yourself to abate popular fury, but unexampled a.s
the forbearance of America has hitherto been, believe me,
that fury w'''' among nations is inseparable from accumu-
lated injury, is rising. You must exert all your discretion
to take at least the chance of keeping it low till the liery
trial may abate. I cannot tell what etlbrts the ministry
have in their malicious purpose to try. I am amazed at
their desperate & headstrong hardiness to proceed in an un-
dertaking Vi"^ gives them so little prospect of success, and such
certainty of the severest responsibility to this country when
they rouse themselves to the enquiry. The only machinery
of the administration w"^ is to be feared is, least the course
of their injustice and tjTanny in America sh*^ throw your
countrymen into fury beyond the bounds of forbearance by
cruelties exciting implacable hatred and upon that hatred so



1*74 Some Ldtcrs of FranhUii's Correspondents.

raised by themselves to attack the [torn] of the people of
Erigland thereby to keep off enquiry from themselves.
Tiiey are masters of all communication k consequently ot
the representation of facts to their own purposes. They
will send false accounts to you of the disposition of the
people here towards you, and if they can drive you by any
means to acts of irreconciliation they will endeavour to
raise implacable disposition on this side of the water upon
the false suggestion of w*'*' they are now endeavouring to urge
you on. We who are friends to both countries wish to
}>revent such fatal jealousies and misunderstandings. — !Many
of your best friends in England regret that the Congress
has not made some specific and definite proposition upon
w'^'' the sense of the people of England might have been
consulted. A people at large cannot enter into historical
details, especially when facts are so studiously confounded
and misrepresented, but still they c*^ judge of a simple propo-
sition. If any such had been made, I think it w*^ have been
the most likely method to have captivated the good vn\\ of
the nation. While the propositions of the Congress are
generall and indefinite, the ministry treat them as general
v.'ords meaning little or nothing in fact. But I think
the further prosecution of hostile measures c*^ not be
supported by the ministry if they were to refuse any definite
and equitable offer of accommodation made on the part of
America. If it be possible let the two countries be once
more reunited in affection. It is not simply peace that we
ought to strive for, but reconciliation w'*" is more than
peace. We may have peace with foreign states, but it
must be reconciliation alone that can unite us as one people.
However forlorn the prospect may be, let not the common
friends slacken their endeavours. Constancy is our only
hope. All is lost if we despair. I am Dear Sir
With the greatest regard

and esteem very affectionately yours
To Dr. Franklin G. B.

Philadelphia.



Sojne letters c/ Fran Id in' s C<-rn-spondtn(s. 175

Loxpc-x 31" o^i Mo. 177G.

I could not witli any satisfaction avoid infonniiio; my
Friend Doctor Franklin that Lord Howe continues as
respectable a Character at this hour, a^s when we last
parted — a Hint, that I thought, in every point of \'iew,
consistent for me to communicate to my respectable Friend,
at this critical Conjuncture; ^^'ith this addition, that what-
ever the mission of Lord Howe may prove, I am firmly
persuaded that it will not be for want of inclination in him,
ehould the Ollive Branch not rise superior to the direful din
of war — In this Sentiment, I am not alone, as my much
valued k able fellow Labourer in the desireable AVork of
Peace most cordially joins me and however the M: D. k
myself ditier in opinion from others, we daily have the
Batisfaction of hearing from all Parties.

Approbation of the Man, who, we have wished, should
wear the Laurels, by reuniting the Colonies to the Mother
Country — an achievement deserving of more honours &
which must be productive of more heartfelt Satisfaction to a
Good Man than the Destruction of an Armada.
I am Thy respectful Friend

David Barclay.

Doctor Benjamin Franklin in America.



176 Militory and Naval Losses in the Iiecolntio)}.

r



LOSSES OF THE MILITARY AXD NAVAL FORCES
ENGAGED IX THE WAR OF THE AMERICAN
]IEV0LUTI0N.

[The following lists of officers of the British army and navy killed and
vroundt-d, and of the British, American, French, Spanish, and Dutch men-
of-war captured and destroyed during the xVmerican Kevolution, was com-
piled about the year 1784 by Lieutenant George Inman, of H. E. M. Twenty-
sixth Foot, whose narrative of his services during: tlie war was printed in
the Fknxsylva.via Magazixk, Vol. VII. p. 237. Vhile it caimot be
supposed to be exhaustively complete, it would be dithcult now to bring
together so extensive a series of lists of such a character.]

List of Officers killed since the Commekcement of the War
19TH April 177'), Regiments etc. and officep^ of Marines
serving on Shore.

Gena-ah.
Regts Where killed

44'^ Brig. Gen. Agnew Germantown

■24* Brig. Gen. Fraser Saratoga

Colonels and Lt. Colonels.



■Guards


Colonel Howard


On hxi passage home


"


Lt. Col. Hall


■\


<<


Lt. Col. Stewart


- Caroliuas


53"*


Lt. Col. Webster


3


S'"


Lt. Col. Walcot


■ Germantown


Ib"^


Lt. Col. Bird


22*


Lt. Col. Abercrombie


Bunker's Hill


55**


Lt. Col. Carr


White Plains


40«'


Lt. Col. Grant


Long Island


45*


Lt. Col. Monckton


Monmouth


52*


Lt. Col. Campbell


Forts Montgomery & Clinton


29th


Lt. Col. Gordon


Near Chamble




Majors.


^4*


Major Grant


Near Saratoga


40*


Major Montgomery


New London


43*


Major Spendlove


Bunker's Hill


.52*


Major Williams


<( <(



^fiUtary and Naval Losses in the licvohdioji.



177



Regts

Marines Major Pitoairn

58^ Major Burke

63'* Major Sill

71 Major Menzies

« Major Ferguson

95«« Major Pierson

98* Major Hutchinson

Captain

Guards Hon. Captain Finch

ti Captain Schutz

40«' Captain Wolfe

«« Captain Craige

Guards Captain Maynard

«' Captain Goodrich

c( Cajitain Lord Douglass

Artillery Captain Jones

'< Captain Peeves

Captain E%-elyn
Captain Downes
Captain Gore
Captain Charlton
Captain Helyar
Captain Stapylton
14tt» Captain Fordyce

17«i Captain Sir Alexander

Murray
«« Captain Tew

«< Honble Captain Le.slie

23"! Captain Wills

26"" Captain Stuart

28"* Captain Deering

*' ■ Captain Hay

" Captain Elliott

33* Captain Cotton

«' Captain Malcolm

'* Captain Kerr

35 Captain Lyons

" Captain Phillips

52* Captain Addison

" Captain Smith

" Captain Davidson

voii. XXVII. — 12



4th
5""






Where kilkKi
Bunker's Hill
Gibraltar

Forts Montgomery & Clinton
On board transport, Boston

Harbour
Carolina
Island of Jersey
East Indies



Near Weathersfield, Jersey

Carolina

Near Valley Forge Pa.

New London

Caroliuas

Saratoga

Gibraltar

Frogs Neck

Bunker's Hill

Monmouth

Germanto^vn

Carolina

Saratoga

Near Norfolk, Virginia

Long Island

Stoney Point
Princeton
Monmouth
J»Iontgomery Fort
White Plains
St Lucia
St Kitts

Near Cambden, Carolina

Yorktown, Virginia

Bunker's Hill

Near Princeton, Jersey

Bunker's Hill



178



MiWan/ and Naral Losses in the ]\cvoli(tion.



Rc?ts




Where killed


52^


Captain Nelson


Long Island





Captain Williamson


Princeton


<(


Captain Powell


Monmouth


C3«


Captain I)rury


Brandywine


CI


Captain Nairne


"


65


Captain Hudson


Bunker's Hill


67


Captain Sharv,-in


•' "


69


Captain Eoss


St Kitts


71


Capt Campbell


Neiir Savannah, Georgia




Capt Campbell
Capt Cameron


y Carolina


8S^


Capt Brown


On his pasir^ige from the Islant
of Rattan to Jamaica


100^


Capt Crawford


In a transport at St Jago


Marines


Capt Ellis
Capt Cami^bell


1 Bunker's Hill


n


Capt Logan


Long Island


f<


Capt Clugston


Monaica East Indies


35


Capt L Gore


AVhite Phiins


lO'^"


Capt Mclntofh


K <<


98


Capt. Brox. Jeijkins


on On board the Burford in th
East Indies


Marines


Captain Ragg


On board the Majue friend [?]


38'"


Captain Norman


Near Elizabethtown Jersey


53^


Captain White


Saratoga




Lieuienanfe.


Artillery


Lt Lovell


Long Island


"


Lt Disaguliers


Near Woodbridge, Jersey


««


Lt Walface


Georgia


CI


Lt O'Hara


Carolina


<(


Lt Vaughn


Monmouth


«


Lt Cleyland


Saratoga


(<


Lt Grumly


Gibraltar


I'- Foot


Lt Wilson
Lt Clark


1 St Kitts


3^


Lt Beckwith


Carolina


4-"


Lt Knight


Lexington


5^


Lt Harris


St Lucia


9=b


Lt Westrope
Lt Wright


y Saratoga


10 - *'


Lt Verner


Bunker's Hill





Lt Blenerhassett


Staten Island



j^nUtar}/ and Xacal Jx'sses in tlxc Ixcrolntion.



179



Rcpti




^V^le•re killed




Lt Napier
Lt Leslie


^ Near Norfolk, Virginia


i<


Lt Bruere


Bunker's Hill


IS*


Lt Faulkiner


Brandywine


39«^


Lt Cunningham


Gibraltar


40* -


Lt Barber


Brandywine





Lt Smith


New London


42


Lt Gilchrist


Monmouth


43


Lt Hull


Lexington


44


Lt Kennedy


Monmouth


47


Lt Ililliard


\ Bunker's Hill




Lt Gould


<<


Lt MoClcod


Near Wilmington N. Carolina


62


Lt Grann


Bunker's Hill


• r


Lt Doyle


Brandywine


ft

62


Lt Iliggins
Lt Eeynell


Bunker's Hill


"


Lt Hervey


- Saratoga


"


Lt Stuart




C3


Lt Dalrymple


Bunker's Hill


ti


Lt Wrixon


Fort Montgomery


«<


Lt Money


)


»<


Lt Cope


- Carolina


<<


Lt Gibson


\


15*


Lt l*inefeather


Near Philadelphia


"


Lt Westenra


St Kitts


16*


Lt Carrol


Pensacola


it


Lt Calderwood


Georgia


17


Lt Morgan


Germaiitown


19


Lt Hickman


Eutaw Carolina


20


Lt Lucas "^




"


Lt Cooke


>■ Near Saratoga


"


Lt Obins


1


21


Lt Currie
Lt Mackenzie




<<


Lt Piobinson
Lt Tumbull


Near Saratoga


22


Lt Cunningham


Near Brunswick Jerseys


23


Lt Robinson

Lt Mair 1

Lt Guyon


Near Guilford, Carolina


"


' Yorktown, Virginia


24*


Lt Gordon


By a rebel ceutry near Cam-



bridge when Prisoner



180



Militanj ami Navnl IjOSScs in (he Brvoluthu.



Regts


Where killed


2G"'


Lt Gordou


Fort Montgomery


27U.


Lt Minchin


Brandj-vvine


29«'


Lt r)ougLi.-vS


Saratoga


33


Lt Dniiiunond


> Brandywine


u


Lt llnrris


35*


LtBard


Bunker's Hill


tt


Lt Jocelyn


White Plains


63*


Lt Lloyd


Carolina


tt


Lt Lyster
Lt Dunn


r Yorktown Virginia


U^


Lt Freeman


Charleston S. C.


65


Lt Smith


Bunker's Hill


71..


Lt Campbell


Near Cambden, Carolina


((


Lt McKenzie


Fort Montgomery


((


Lt McPherson


Carolina


tt


Lt Fra.-^er


Yorktown Virginia


74*


Lt Campbell


"


80""


Lt Alston
Lt Belvaird


- Virginia


88'^


Lt French


On his passage froax the Island
of Rattan to Jamaica


((


Lt Charles Stuart


East Indie-s


60'^


Lt Finley


Georgia


98


Lt Griffin


) On board transports at St. Jago
) with Commodore Johnston


100


Lt McDonald


Marines Lt Sliea


-V


'


' Lt Finnie


. Bunker's Hill


<


Lt Gardner




(


* Lt Colethrust


Boston Lighthouse




' Lt Haggart


Saratoga


*


* Lt Davis

* Lt Crew


j- Minorca




' Lt Barrett


Monaica East Indie3


38'-''


Lt Dutton


Bunker's Hill ?


ft


Lt Johnston


Brandp\-ine


tt


Lt Edwards


Worcester East Indies


Ma


rines Lt Mounier


West Indies




Ensigns


and Cornets.


16^


Dragoons Cornet Geary


Jerseys


17


" Cornet Ogilvie


Virginia


4th


Foot Ensign Haddon


Germantown



MiUtari/ and Kara! Losses in the Jxevolution.



181



Rcgts



AVliere killM



5^


Ensign Currie
En-<ign Frederick


On board sliip West Indies
Germantown


17*
22*


Ensign Phillips
En" Proctor


Rhode Island


««


Adams


" "


S3


En° Talbot


Guilford S Carolina


40 "


En" "SVhillock
En- Hyde


y New London


52


En° Ilkll


Near "Woodliridge Jersey


62


En° Taylor


Near Saratoga


<c
it


En° Phillips
En° Young


r Near Saratoga


64


En- Grant


Gcrmanto^Yn


«


En- Laton


Carolina


71


En- McPherson
En- Grant


■ Carolina




En- McGregor
En- Cameron


}- Siege of Charleston


98


En- Morris


On board a transport at St Jago


22


En- Dowling


Rhode Island


35
14


En- Eagle
En- Hesketh


White Plains
Bunker Hill



List of OrncERS Wounded since IQ^h April 1775 bei.oxgixg
TO His ^Majesty's Regular Forces, wixn the Marixp: Ofii-
cers serving on Shore.



Generals.



Eegts




■Where wounded


46


Major General Vaughn


York Island


42


Brig'' Gen. Stirling


Near Elizabethtowu, Jersey


Guards


Brig"" Gen. O'Hara


Guilford, Carolina


Guards


Brig' Gen. Trelawney


Monmouth


51"


Brig' Gen. Pringlle


Minorca




Colonels and Lt


. Colonels.


Guards


Col. Howard


Guilford, Carolina


3^ Foot


Lt. Col. Stewart


Eutaw ' '


10-i


Lt Col Smith


Lexington


23^


Lt Col Bernard


"


S3«


Lt Col Webster


Cambden, Carolina


40*


Lt Col Musgrave


Frogs Neck



is:



JUlifan/ iT/id Xaval Losse-s in the Bcvoluti-m.



KogU



45''
54"
55
62
79
20



Lt Coi Monckton
Lt Col Eyre
Lt Col Meadows
Lt Col An^trutherj
Lt Col Tarltou
Lt Col Lind
Lt Col ^yalcot



Where wounded
Long Island
New Loudou
Braudywiae
Saratoga
Yorktown, Virg*
Saratoga
Bronks River



Majors.

Artillery Major Lewis

3'^ Foot Houble Major Leslie

9"" Major Forbes

10'" Major Gardner

17"" Major Sturl^enzie

20'" iVrajor Ackland

24"^ Major Agnew

27"" Major Conran

42- Major Murray

44'*' Major Hope

47 Major Smith

53 ilnjor Earl Balcarras

62 Major Haruage

63 Major Weyms

64 Major McLeroth

65 Major Butter
72 Major Horifall

76 Major Earl of Caithness

52 Major Humphreys



Gibraltar

Carolina

Saratoga

Monmouth

York Island & Jerseys

Saratoga

Danbury
York Island
Danburj'
Bunker Hill
Saratoga

S" Carolina
Brandywine
Bunker Hill
Gibraltar

Elisabethtown, Jersey
"Woodbridge Jersey



Captains,



Guards
((

Guards
Artillery



1" Foot



Capt Bellew
Capt Swanton
Capt Maitland
Capt Huddleston
Capt Lemoine
Capt Blomfield
Capt Charlton
Capt Fade
Capt Grove
Capt Seward
Capt Wallace
Capt Buckeridge



^lonmouth
Guilford Carolina
Guilford Carolina

Bunker Hill

Saratoga

Minorca
Gibraltar

St Kitts



Military a^d Naval Losses in the Revolution.



183



Rests






Where woun^Ic'l


4''> Foot


Cap
Cap


I West
t Bel tour


\ Bunker Hill


«t


Cap


t Thorne


Danbury & Gerniantown


it


Cap


t Eawdon


Brandywine


5'^ Foot


Cap
Cap


t Marsdeii
t Harris


1 Bunker Hill


(<


Capt F>aker




C(


Capt Jackson


Bunker Hill


7*


Capt Xewmarth


Carolina


9*


Capt ^lontgomery
Capt Swetenham


■ Saratoga


10
«


<i


Parsons
Fitzgerald


1 Bunker Hill


IS*^


IS


Matchall


York Island


«


(C


Ditmas


Danbury, York Island & Ge:
mantown


«<


"


Goldfrapp


Germanlovrn


<(


C(


Cathcart


r Brandywine


((


((


Douglas


16


11


Forster


Pensacola


17


"


Brereton


Monmouth


i(


"


McPlierson


Princeton


20


"


Weyms


■)


<(


cc


Dowling


V Saratoga


«<


"


Farquhar


)


21


"


Ramsey


II


23


((


Blakeney


Bunker Hill


"


"


Grove


Long Island


<(


II


Mecan


Brandy^nne


<(


"


Drury


Camden S. Carolina


It


"


Peters


Carolina


24


"


Strangeways
Blake


- Saratoga


27«.


"


Rutherford


Danbury


28'^


II


Taylor


White Plains


<<


"


Daly


St Lucia


((


"


Smith


St Kitts


51


II


Green


Saratoga


33


"


Daasey


Brandywine


a-i'^


II


Harris


■ Saratoga


tt


II


E0S3


35


"


Drew


Bunker Hill


II


"


Fitzgerald


White Plains



184

R
35

<■
40
43
<<

44
If

46
((

47
t(
f<

49
It

60
52
((

54
65

67
((

59
61
62
<(

63



64
65
69
70
71



WUtari/ and Nacal Losses in the Jiccolfdon.



Capt



Massey

Boyd

Caker

Simcoe

McKcnzie

Eichardson

Kennedy

Lrcmn

Lloyd

Laton

Or eg

England

Alcock

Stewart

Wade

Savage

Nelson

Barry

Powell

Downing

Fisher

Sir James Murray

Brownlow

Pawlet

Muett

Shrimpton 1

Bunbnry '.

Folliott

Stopford

Nesbitt

Jones

St Leger

Calder

Sinclair

Cunningham

Ferguson

Sir James Baird

Fraser

Campbell

McCleod

Foulis

McKenzie

Campbell



Where wounded
"White Plains
Bunker Hill

Brandy wine & Monmouth

Bunker Hill

Xcar P^lizabethtown Jersey

Long Island

Near Woodbridge Jersey

Monmouth

Bunker Hill & Saiatoga

Bunker Hill

Brandj'wine

Gibraltar

Bunker Hill

S. Carolina

New London

St Lucia

German town

Brandywine & White Marsh

Fort Montgomery

Boston Lines

Gibraltar

■ Saratoga
Bunker Hill

Forts Montgomery & Clinton

Eutaw S Carolina

Danbury

Bunker Hill

St Kitts

Brand%'A\'ine

Germantown

Danbury

Cambden

Siege of Charleston

Gibraltar

Eutaw S. Carolina



Miliiary and Naval Looses in the JRcrolufion.



185



KCfTtS



87



64

78
Marines



Engineers Lt



Artillery



40-'' Foot



43





Where wounded


pt. Ogle


On board the Montague W
Indies


' Strong


Eutaw S. Carolina


' Mai tl and


]\Ionarca E. Indies


' Soutcr


Lexington


' A V erne


Bunker Hill


" Chudliegh


>'


" Johnston


Bunker Hill


" Strickland


St Kitts


" Ilarman


Minorca


' Adam


Maquainme E Indies


Lieu(ena?i(.s.


. Darcy
Johnston


y Minorca


Page


Bunker Hill


Shuttleworth


<<


Shand


" "


Frost


Germanto^-n


Smith
Howarth


j- Saratoga


Pemble


Rhode Island


Marquois


Cambden


Bougure




Wilmington




Irwin
Woodward


• Minorca


Boag
Godfrey


1 Gibraltar


Lay


Carolina


DcCourcy


Brandywine




Princeton
Germ an town


Doyle


Forbes


««


Forbes


St Lucia


Peebles


Bonum Towni


Crammond


Long Island


Grant
Grant


Siege of Charleston


Graham


f- White Plains


McCleod


3


Weer


Germantown



186



MUilan/ and Koval Losses in (he lievolution.



Regis




Who-e wounded


43 Foot


Lt. ilair


Long Island


K (t


" Ivobiuson


Bunker Hill


(C CC


*'' Dalrymple


"


44 "


" Nicholas


Christian Bridge Maryland


" "


" Brown


Long Island


17"^ Dragoons


" LofllH


White Plains


,, u


" Pate-sliall


Carolina


V Foot


" Peinberton


St. Kitt3


3 "


" iramiltou


Carolina


4 "


" Barron
" Brown


1 Bunker Hill


(< 11


" Gould


Lexington


(C CC


" Champagine


y Germantown


(C .£


" Arbuthnot


tc tc


" Kemble


3


tC CC


" West


Near Philadelphia


11 CC


" Bowdens


Germantown


5th u

CC <c


" Cox

" Hawksbaw


r Lexington


(( CC


" McCleutick


1 Bunker Hill


CC ..


" Croker


« CC


" Pratt


St Lucia


70. CC


" Hamer


English Neighbourhood, Jersey


gth CC


" Rowe


^


CC {{


" Murray


y Saratoga


IC CC


" Prince


3


W^ "


" Kelly


Lexington & Bunker Hill


(C CC
{< CC


" Pettigrew
" Hamilton


1 Bunker Hill


44 "


" Stark


Germantown


CC CC


" Kelly


Monmouth


45 "


" Ruxton


Brandywine


46 "


" Paumicr


Monmouth


l( (<


" Gomnie


St Lucia


(( ((


" Caldwell


West Indies


iC CC


" Laurin


White Plains


47 "


" McCleod


Lexington


CC CC


' ' England


Bunker Hill


49 "


" Powell


"


(( ((


" Armstrong


Brandywine


" "


" Roberts


White Plains


51 "


" Fuller


> Minorca


CC CC


" Hull



Militanj and Xaval Losses in the Bevolunon.



18:



Regts




Where wounded


r»2 Foot


Lt. Tbomp>on


1 Bunker Hill


ti a


" Crawford


(( ti


" Addison


Long Island


u .'.


" Hunter


Near Valley Forge


(( ti



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