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Contents


209. Pennsylvania Packet:
The Federal Arch Completed, 1781
604
210. Superintendent Robert Morris:
The Bank of North America, 1782
605

CHAPTER XXXIV — THE END OF THE WAR, 1780-1781
211. James Madison:
A Review of the War, 1780-1781
606
212. General Nathanael Greene:
Affairs in the South, 1780-1781
609
213. Anonymous:
Exploits of De Grasse in the West Indies, 1781
612
214. Lieutenant-General Charles, Marquis Cornwallis:
The Capitulation of Yorktown, 1781
615

CHAPTER XXXV — PEACE
215. King George Third:
'"'The Sudden Change of Sentiments," 1781-1782
619
216. Charles Gravier, Count de Vergennes:
A Protest against the Breach of the Instructions of Congress, 1782
621
217. Adams, Franklin, Jay, and Laurens:
Explanation of the Peace of 1782, 1782
623
218. General William Heath:
Foundation of the Society of the Cincinnati, 1783
626
219. Doctor William Gordon:
The Closing Scene, 1783
627
220. Doctor David Ramsay:
"The Advantage and Disadvantage of the Revolution," 1783
629