Travels in Virginia in Revolutionary Times by Alfred J. Morrison

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Editor Morrison, Alfred J. (Alfred James), 1876-1923
LoC No. 22004455
Title Travels in Virginia in Revolutionary Times
Contents Narrative of John F.D. Smyth: 1769-1775 -- Anburey, and the Convention army in Virginia; 1779 -- The Abbé Robin, one of the chaplains to the French army in America: 1781 -- The Marquis of Chastellux, major-general in the French army and member of the French Academy: 1782 -- Dr. Schoepf, surgeon to the the Hessian troops (Ansbach-Bayreuth division): 1783 -- Count Castiglioni, chevalier of the Order of St. Stephen, P.M.: 1786 -- Missionary journeys of Dr. Coke: 1785-1791 -- A summer at Bath, Captain Bayard: 1791 -- What Isaac Weld saw: 1796 -- The Duke of La Rouchefoucauld-Liancourt: 1796 -- John Davis of Salisbury: 1801-1802.
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Language English
LoC Class F206: United States local history: The South. South Atlantic States
Subject Virginia -- Description and travel
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