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PRINTED BY MANNING AND LORING, For E. LARKIN, No. 47, CORNHILL.
Checked May 1913
CON T E NTS
OF VOLUME SECOND.
Northern Department.-General Carleton superseded.
-General Burgoyne velted with the Command for
Operations in Canada. -Ticonderoga abandoned by
General St. Clair.-Affair of Fort Stanwix-Of
Bennington, and various other important Movements
of the two Armies, until the Convention of Sara-
toga.-General Burgoyne repairs to England on
Parole-His Reception there.-Reflections and Ob-
servations on the event of the Northern Campaign.
Observations on the Conduct of the British Parliament,
previous to the Capture of Burgoyne. The inef-
fectual Efforts of the Commillioners sent to Amer-
ica, in consequence of Lord North's Conciliatory
BillTheir Attempts to corrupt Individuals and
Public Bodies.- Negociation broken off.—Manifesto
published by the Commissioners-Counter Declara-
tion by Congress.--Sir William Howe repairs to