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Contents




PART VII

CONDITIONS OF THE REVOLUTION


CHAPTER XXVI — THE PATRIOTS
159. Thomas Paine:
 "Liberty Tree," 1775
454
160. Reverend Stephen Williams:
 A Troublous Year in a Country Village, 1776
455
161. "Plain English":
 Reign of King Mob, 1775
458
162. Colonel Alexander Scammell:
 A Soldier's Love-Letter, 1777
461
163. Benjamin Huntington:
 Regulation of Prices, 1777
463
164. Reverend Timothy Dwight:
"Columbia, Columbia to Glory Arise," 1777
465
165. Mrs. Esther Reed and General George Washington:
 Woman's Work for the Soldiers, 1780
467

CHAPTER XXVII — THE LOYALISTS
166. R.H. and a Committee of Correspondence:
 A Tory's Recantation, 1775
470
167. Reverend Jonathan Odell:
 The Arrest of a Loyalist Parson, 1776
472
168. "A Whig":
 Vengeance on the Tories! 1779
474
169. Judge Samuel Curwen:
 The Lot of the Refugee, 1775-1779
477

CHAPTER XXVIII — THE AMERICAN FORCES
170. Captain Alexander Graydon:
 The Recruiting Service, 1776
481
171. Anonymous:
 A Brave Man's Death, 1776
484
172. General Marie Paul Joseph, Marquis de Lafayette:
 Arrival of a French Volunteer, 1777
485
173. Colonel Alexander Hamilton:
 "Battalions of Negroes," 1779
488
174. General George Washington:
 The Inconveniences of Militia, 1780
490