THE GENERAL CONTENTS OF THE SEVERAL Letters
IN VOL. III.
LETTER I. P. 1-53
COUNT Donop repulfed in the attack upon Red-bank, p. r.
The American and British force under Washington and
Howe, p. 3. Mud-ifland, p. 4-reduced, p. 8. The Ame-
rican army at White Marsh, p. 10-but at Valley-forge, p. 11-
their diftrefs, p. 12. Complaints of prifoners being ill-used,
p. 15. Mr. prefident Hancock takes leave of congrefs, p. 18.
The confederation, p. 23. Acts of congress, p. 36-refolve to
recall Mr. Silas Deane, p. 38-refolve refpecting a loan from
France and Spain, p. 40-respecting the deputy clothier general
at Bofton, p. 42. The convention troops at Cambridge, and the
refolutions of congrefs for their detention, p. 44. Naval cap-
tures, p. 51.
LETTER III. P. 92-115.
The conduct of the French, p. 93. Upon the news of the
Saratoga convention, the American commiffioners are received
by the court in their public character, p. 96. Preliminaries of
a treaty are delivered to them, p. 98. The London merchants
raise money for the relief of the American prifoners, p. 99. Mi-
nifterial attempts for raifing a body of troops, by a voluntary
fupply from the people, p. 100. The treaties between France
and the United States are figned, p. 103. Lord North's conci-
liatory propofitions, p. 104. General Gates's letter to the earl
of Thanet, p. 106. The French refcript informing the British
court of the treaty between France and the United States, and