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Sir Henry Clinton embarks for New York,
General Gates takes command of the southern army,

is defeated near Camden,
Death of De Kalb,
Success of General Sumpter,
He is defeated,
Distress in the American camp,
Expedition against Staten Island,
Requisitions on the states,
New scheme of finance,
Committee of congress deputed to camp,
Resolution to make up depreciation of pay,
Mutiny in the line of Connecticut,
General Knyphausen enters Jersey,
Sir Henry Clinton returns to New York,
Skirmish at Springfield,
Exertions to strengthen the army,
Bank established in Philadelphia,
Contributions of the ladies,
Tardy proceedings of the states,
Arrival of a French armament in Rhode Island,
Changes in the quartermaster department,
Enterprise against New York abandoned,
Naval superiority of the British,
Treason and escape of Arnold,
Precautions for the security of West Point,
Trial and execution of Major André,
Letter of General Washington on American affairs,
Proceedings of congress respecting the army,
Major Talmadge destroys the British stores at Coram.
The army retires into winter quarters,
Irruption of Major Carleton into New York,
European transactions,
Transactions in South Carolina and Georgia,
Lord Cornwallis enters North Carolina,
Defeat of Ferguson,
Lord Cornwallis retreats out of that state,
Major Wemyss defeated by Sumpter,
Tarlton repulsed,
Greene appointed to the command of the southern army,

arrives in camp,

detaches Morgan over the Catawba,
Battle of the Cowpens,
Lord Cornwallis (drives Greene through North Carolina into Virginia,
He retires to Hillsborough,
Greene recrossed the Dan,
Loyalists under Colonel Pyle cut to pieces,
Battle of Guilford Court House,
Lord Cornwallis retires to Ramsay's Mills,
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Lord Cornwallis retires to Wilmington,
Greene advances to Ramsay's Mills,

determines to enter South Carolina,
Lord Cornwallis resolves to march to Virginia,
Virginia invaded by Arnold,
He destroys the stores at Westham and at Richmond,
Retires to Portsmouth,
Mutiny in the Pennsylvania line,
Sir Henry Clinton attempts to negotiate with the mutineers,
They compromise with the civil government,
Mutiny in the Jersey line,
Mission of Colonel Laurens to France,
Propositions to Spain,
Recommendations relative to a duty on imported and prize goods,
Reform in the executive departments,
Confederation ratified,
Military transactions,
Lafayette detached to Virginia,
Cornwallis arrives,
Presses Lafayette,
Expedition to Charlottesville,

to the Point of Fork,
Lafayette forms a junction with Wayne,
Cornwallis returns to the lower country,
General Washington's letters are intercepted,
Action near Jamestown,
Farther state of affairs in the year 1781,
Measures of Mr. Morris, superintendent of finance,
Designs of General Washington against New York,
Count Rochambeau marches to the North River,
Intelligence from the Count de Grasse,
Plan of operations against Lord Cornwallis,
Naval engagement,
The combined armies march for the Chesapeake,
Expedition against New London,
Yorktown invested,
Surrender of Lord Cornwallis,

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