Letter III. P. 67—80.
The attempt of the baron de Rullecourt on the IJU of Jersey
frustrated by major Pierson, p. 68. Lord George Gordon tried
and acquitted, p. 70. Gibraltar relieved by the British fleet
under admiral Darby', p. 71. The Spaniards commence a
heavy fire upon the fortress, which is returned, p. 73. Sir
George Rodney and general Vaughan take St. Euftatia, St. Mar-
tin, and Saba, p. 74. The property in Statia confiscated, and
many of the inhabitants reduced to penury and transported to
St. Kitt's, p. 76. Demarara and Iffequibo surrender, p. 78.
Letter IV. P. 80—147.
General Greene leaves North Carolina and marches toward
Camden, p. 80—is defeated by lord Rawdon at Hobkirk's hill,
p. 83—his letter to Rawdon, p. 86—to governor Reed of Penn-
sylvania, p. 87. Lord Rawdon evacuates Camden, p. 89. The
Britijh posts are taken by the Americans in quick succession,
idem. Greene marches against the garrison at Ninety Six, p. 92
—is obliged to abandon the siege, and is pursued by Rawdon,
p. 96. He pursues his lordship and offers him battle, idem.
Greene's letter concerning Gates, p. 98. The miseries attend-
ing the war in South Carolina, p. 99. Extracts from letters.of
lord George Germaine, p. 100. The affair of colonel Hayne,
who is executed by the joint order of lord Rawdon and colonel
Balsour, p, 102. The operations in Virginia under generals
Phillips and Arnold, p. 107. The marquis de la Fayette makes
a rapid march from Baltimore to Richmond, p. 109. Lord
Cornwallis joins the Britijh in Virginia, p. in—is disconcerted
in his attempts to crush the maiquis, p. 112. The marquis
joined by the Pennsylvania line under general Wayne, p. 115..
His lordship commences a retrograde movement, p. 116.
Wayne attacks his lordship, and extricates himself by means of
it, p. 117. General Washington's army in want of provision,
p. 119. Count de Barras arrives at Bojlon to take the com-
mand of the French squadron at Nnuport, p. 120. Washington.
meets Rochambeau at Weathersjield, idem. Wajhington's letters
intercepted and conveyed to New Tork, p. 122. The French
troops join the Americans under Washington, p. 123. The
plan of operations changed, and the allied troops march for
Philadelphia, p. 126. J he behaviour of the French troops
while at Newport, and on their march to join general Washing-
ton, p. 128. Don Galvez completes the conquest of West
Florida, p. 129. Sir Samuel Hood and count de Grasse engage,
p. 132. Tobago taken by the French, p. 133. A subscription
for a loan opened by congress for the support of the South Caro-