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    [Sir Henry Clinton]. Memorandums, &c. &c. Respecting the Unprecedented Treatment Which the Army Have Met With Respecting the Plunder Taken After a Siege, and of Which Plunder the Navy Serving With the Army Divided Their More Than Ample Share, Now Fourteen Years Since. London: [No publisher stated], 1794.

    First edition. Octavo. 106 pages and catalog of books printed for J. Debrett.

    Rebound in three-quarter leather and marbled boards. Titles and other decoration stamped in gilt. Marbled endpapers. Edges untrimmed. Light shelf wear. Spine discolored and gilt titles thin. Contents sound with a small stain at the edge of the last few pages not affecting text. Very good.

    Concerns a dispute between the British Navy and the British Army over American property taken at Charleston, told in correspondence between Sir Henry Clinton and British military officers.

    Howes C495(aa).



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