CD: A Narrative of Events Which Occurred in Baltimore Town During the Revolutionary War, To which are Appended, Various Documents and Letters, the Greater Part of Which have Never been heretofore Published - Robert Purviance. These documents and letters chronicle the struggle of the colonies to declare their liberty from Great Britain and their struggles against the legislation and taxation of Great Britain against their ports and their livelihoods. The narrative concentrates on all of the unfolding events within the colonies and the correspondence between the colonies as each colony strove to determine its place in the ongoing struggle to declare its freedom from tyranny and to establish a new government. The appendix consists of letters sent between Boston, Philadelphia, New York, Annapolis, Baltimore, Oxford, London, Joppa, Otter Sloop, York Town, York, Providence, Williamsburg, Norfolk, Frederick Town, Alexandria, Hampton Roads, Antietem Furnace, and Charles Town, South Carolina from 1768 through 1781. The letters and documents presented in this volume were preserved by Robert Purviance, the author's father. The author strove to present them in a publication "of whose early patriotism they bear so honorable a testimonial."
(1849), 2007, CD, Graphic Images, Searchable, Adobe, v6, PC and Mac, 234 pp.
101-CD2835 ISBN: 0788428357