2 edition of Letter-book of Captain Alexander McDonald, of the Royal Highland emigrants, 1775-1779. found in the catalog.
Letter-book of Captain Alexander McDonald, of the Royal Highland emigrants, 1775-1779.
Written in English
Bound with: Journal of Lt. John Charles Philip von Krafft, 1776-1784.
|Series||New York Historical Society. Collections. Publication fund series -- v. 15, Publication Fund series, Collections of the New-York Historical Society for the year ... (1868) -- v. 15.|
|LC Classifications||F116 .N63 vol. 15|
|LC Control Number||01013393|
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LETTER BOOK OF CAPTAIN ALEXANDER McDONALD, OF THE ROYAL HIGHLAND EMIGRANTS. In the 18th century, it was customary when corresponding to create two letters. The original, as you might suspect, of the Royal Highland emigrants to the addressee.
The sender, before posting it, would make a copy, which would remain with the sender in a "letter box" or a "letter book" for. The 84th Regiment of Foot (Royal Highland Emigrants) was a British regiment in the American Revolutionary War that was raised to defend present day Ontario, Quebec and Atlantic Canada from the constant land and sea attacks by American Revolutionaries.
The 84th Regiment was also involved in offensive action in the Thirteen Colonies; including North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Virginia Country: Great Britain.
Get this from a library. Letter-book of Captain Alexander McDonald of the Royal Highland Emigrants, [Alexander McDonald; New-York Historical Society.]. of the Royal Highland Emigrants Letter from Captain Alexander MacDonald to Captain John MacDonald, Novem in The Letter Book of Captain Alexander MacDonald, (5) Quoted in Montreal Gazette, His loyalty to the crown is also attested by his.
1775-1779. book Letter-book of Captain Alexander McDonald, of the Royal Highland emigrants, Journal of Lt. John Charles Philip von Krafft, Responsibility: [edited by Thomas H.
Edsall, and translated with the assistance of William F. Goldbeck]. Letter-book of Captain Alexander McDonald, of the Royal Highland emigrants, Von Krafft, ; Letter-book of Captain Alexander McDonald of the Royal Highland Emigrants, () Lieutenant-Colonel Stephen Kemble’s Journals, ; British Army Orders, () Letterbooks and Order Book of Admiral Lord Rodney, () • Orderly Book and Journals Kept By.
The Bethunes arrived in North Carolina inand on 14 June John was recruited as chaplain to the 1st battalion of the Royal Highland Emigrants (later known as the 84th), a loyalist unit raised by Allan Maclean*.
Before assuming this post, he saw action at the battle of Moores Creek Bridge in Februaryprobably while serving as. By he had been promoted captain and commanded his own company, the only one on the Nova Scotia establishment. [Alexander McDonald], “Letter-book of Captain Alexander McDonald, of the Royal Highland Emigrants, –,” N.Y.
Hist. Soc., Coll., XV (), – Alexander McDonald to John Small, Novem“Letter-book of Captain Alexander McDonald of The Royal Highland Emigrants ,” Collections of The New York Historical Society for the Year (New York: New-York Historical Society, ), McDonald to William Howe, Octoibid., This banner text can have markup.
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The Kemble papers -- v. The Burghers of New Amsterdam and the freemen of New York, -- v. The Deane papers -- v. 37 The Letter Book of Captain Alexander MacDonald, New York Historical Society Collections, XV (). This source will be referred to as the Alexander MacDonald Letters.
De 84e Regiment of Foot (Royal Highland Emigranten) was een Britse regiment in de Amerikaanse Onafhankelijkheidsoorlog, dat werd verhoogd tot heden te verdedigen Ontario, Quebec en de Atlantische Canada van de constante aanvallen van land en zee door de Amerikaanse revolutionairen.
De 84e Regiment was ook betrokken bij offensieve actie in de Dertien Kolonies; met inbegrip van North. McDonald, Alexander.
"Letter-Book of Captain Alexander McDonald, " New-York Historical Society Collections for McGowen, George S., Jr. "The Charles Town Board of Police, A Study in Civil Administration Under Military Occupations." Proceedings of the South Carolina Historical Association for VON KRAFFT, LIEUTENANT JOHN CHARLES PHILIP; MCDONALD, CAPTAIN ALEXANDER - Journal of Lieutenant John Charles Philip Von Krafft, of the Regiment Von Bose, and Letter-Book of Captain Alexander Mcdonald, of the Royal Highland Emigrants, (in Collections of the New-York State Historical Society for the Year ).
Front hinge broken. Hard Cover. xii, pp. CONTENTS: Journal of Lieutenant John Charles Philip Von Krafft, of the Reigment Von Bose, ; Illustrations; Letter-Book of Captain Alexander McDonald, of the Royal Highland Emigrants, ; Index. View More.
The Twilight of British Rule in Revolutionary America: The New York Letter Book of General James Robertson, – (Cooperstown, N.Y., ),n.
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