Patrick White letterbook  1791-1794
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John Vaughan papers [series]:
Volume   1 Items   1-19
Letters from Governor of Antigua and St. Christopher's William Matthew Burt to Vaughan and David Ferguson ( February 25-June 27, 1780)
Volume   1 Items   20-66
Letters from Brigadier General Christie to Vaughan, David Ferguson, and Captain Robert H. Bradshaw ( February 25-August 29, 1780)
Volume   1 Items   67-79
Papers from Brigadier General Robert Prescott at St. Christopher's to Vaughan, David Ferguson, and Robert H. Bradshaw ( April 4-July 15, 1780)
Volume   1 Items   80-95
Letters from Brigadier General Loftus Anthony Tottenham at Barbados to Vaughan and David Ferguson ( March 22-August 30, 1780)
Volume   1 Items   96-99
Letters from Henry Calder at St. Lucia, concerning Major Edward Drewe's court martial ( March 23-April 12, 1780)
Volume   1 Items   100-147
Letters from Brigadier General Anthony St. Leger at Barbados and St. Lucia to Vaughan, Robert H. Bradshaw, and David Ferguson ( May 8-September 18, 1780)
Volume   1 Items   148-163
Letters with enclosures from Governor of Tobago George Ferguson ( February 21-August 27, 1780)
Volume   1 Items   164-189
Letters from Colonel Lucius Ferdinand Cary at Barbados and Tobago ( February 19-August 12, 1780)
Volume   1 Items   190-215
Letters from George Brydges Rodney and Walter Young concerning the capture of a Spanish convoy and the defeat of the Spanish fleet under Don Juan Langara near Gibraltar Bay ( January-August 23, 1780)
Volume   1 Items   216-219
Letters from Admiral Hyde Parker ( March and June 1780)
Volume   1 Items   220-227
Letters from Commodore William Hotham ( February 26-September 4, 1780)
Volume   1 Items   228-232
Letters from Walter Young ( January 3-August 23, 1780)
Volume   1 Items   232-235
Letters from Sir Henry Clinton concerning the capture of John André and the siege of Charlestown. ( February 26 and May 25, 1780)
Volume   1 Item   236
Letter from Peter Russell giving an account of the siege of Charlestown ( July 7, 1780)
Volume   1 Item   237
Letter from Governor of Jamaica John Dalling ( April 21, 1780)
Volume   1 Items   238-241
Letters from Dudley Ackland ( March 27-June 17, 1780)
Volume   1 Items   242-246
Letters from Joseph Ferguson ( May 26-June 10, 1780)
Volume   2 Page   1
Circular from George Germain to the governors of East Florida and Georgia concerning supplies for Vaughan ( September 6, 1780)
Volume   2 Pages   4-8
Letters from Sir Charles Gould ( September 21-October 1, 1780)
Volume   2 Pages   9-21
Letters from Charles Jenkinson, Robert Adair, and John Robinson concerning medical supplies ( September 21-November 15, 1780)
Volume   2 Pages   22-30
Letters from Antigua Governor Burt ( October 3-November 22, 1780)
Volume   2 Pages   31-41
Letters from Tobago Governor Ferguson ( October 15-December 13, 1780)
Volume   2 Pages   42-60
Letters from Brigadier General Christie at Antigua ( October 2-December 11, 1780)
Volume   2 Pages   61-95
Letters from Brigadier General Anthony St. Leger at St. Lucia ( October 14-December 23, 1780)
Volume   2 Pages   96-108
Letters from Commissary General Matthew Forster ( October 2, December 4, 1780)
Volume   2 Pages   109-113
Letter from Lieutenant Colonel Cornelius Cuyler ( December 6, 1780)
Volume   2 Pages   114-122
Letters from Henry Fitzroy Stanhope at Tobago concerning the condition of the army there ( October 44-December 23, 1780)
Volume   2 Pages   123-131
Letters from Barbados Governor James Cunninghame ( October 22-November 3, 1780)
Volume   2 Pages   132-140
Letters from Commodore William Hotham ( October 12-November 29, 1780)
Volume   2 Pages   141-145
Letters from Richard Boycott of the 91st Regiment ( October 8 and December 22, 1780)
Volume   2 Pages   146-150
Letters from Robert and William Edmeston ( September 21 and 25, 1780)
Volume   2 Pages   150-155
Letters from George Fraser of the commissary department ( November 23, 1780)
Volume   2 Pages   156-160
Letters from Captain Humphrey May of the 46th Regiment ( November 2-December 7, 1780)
Volume   2 Pages   161-167
Letters from Paul Maylor concerning shipping food, wine, and clothing to Vaughan ( June 29-September 5, 1780)
Volume   2 Pages   168-169
Letter from Captain Charles Hoar of the 90th Regiment to Loftus Anthony Tottenham ( undated)
Volume   2 Pages   170-172
Letter from Captain John Reynolds ( December 7, 1780)
Volume   2 Pages   173-175
Letter from Peter Russell giving news of New York ( September 12, 1780)
Volume   2 Pages   176-180
Letters from Daniel Jones to Vaughan ( September 5-October 2, 1780)
Volume   2 Pages   181-185
Letters from Edward Drewe concerning his court martial ( October 23, 1780 and  undated)
Volume   2 Pages   186-190
Letters from Henry Sheridan of the New York Volunteers to Vaughan concerning Benedict Arnold's treason and escape ( September 16-October 23, 1780)
Volume   2 Pages   191-199
Letters from Surveyor General of Barbados W. Tonhouse to Vaughan ( October 27-November 17, 1780)
Volume   2 Pages   200-202
Letter from Captain Lullum Batwell of the 46th Regiment to Vaughan requesting leave ( February 18, 1780)
Volume   2 Pages   203-278
Miscellaneous letters from Vaughan's colleagues, subordinates, friends, and relatives concerning Vaughan's appointment as commander-in-chief, promotions, favors, and the hurricane in October of  1780
Volume   3 Pages   1-15
Letters from Jeffery Amherst (  March 13, 1780-February 8, 1781)
Volume   3 Pages   16-25
Letters from George Brydges Rodney concerning the capture of St. Eustatius ( February 1871 and  undated)
Volume   3 Pages   26-46
Letters from Gabriel Christie at Antigua (  December 6, 1780-February 19, 1781)
Volume   3 Pages   47-49
Letter from Charles Gould ( February 7, 1781)
Volume   3 Pages   50-51
Letter from Robert Prescott, commander at St. Christopher's, to Colonel Joseph Ferguson ( February 12, 1781)
Volume   3 Pages   52-53
Letter from Samuel Hood ( February 6, 1781)
Volume   3 Pages   54-60
Letter from Anthony St. Leger, Brigadier General at St. Lucia ( February 12-March 6, 1781)
Volume   3 Pages   61-67
Letters from Jamaica Governor John Dalling (  July 21, 1780-January 7, 1781)
Volume   3 Pages   68-93
Miscellaneous letters from British officials in England related to promotions, favors, and the death of Captain Bradshaw
Volume   3 Pages   94-99
Letters from Lieutenant Colonel Cornelius Cuyler of the 55th Regiment of Foot (  December 22, 1780-February 12, 1781)
Volume   3 Pages   100-103
Letters from Lieutenant Governor of Jamaica Archibald Campbell ( July 22, 1780 and  January 8, 1781)
Volume   3 Pages   104-109
Letters from Governor of Tobago George Ferguson ( January 15 and 22, 1781)
Volume   3 Pages   110-111
Letter from Charles Payne Brotherson, commander at St. Martin's ( February 19, 1781)
Volume   3 Pages   112-113
Letter from Thomas Dinzey, commander at Saba ( February 19, 1781)
Volume   3 Pages   114-121
Letters from Henry Fitzroy Stanhope, commander at Tobago ( January 15-February 29, 1781)
Volume   3 Pages   122-135
Miscellaneous letters concerning favors (including two from Thomas Townshend)
Volume   3 Pages   136-141
Letters and bills from London agent Paul Maylor ( October 22-December 15, 1780)
Volume   3 Pages   142-146
Letters from James Ramsay concerning intelligence on French and American privateers and Danish smuggling (  December 16, 1780-January 23, 1781)
Volume   3 Pages   147-175
Miscellaneous letters concerning favors including one from Anne Cary, widow of Lieutenant Colonel Cary, requesting that her 11-year-old son, serving in the navy, be transferred to the army
Volume   3 Pages   176-177
Letter and invoice from Robert Dillon ( January 7, 1781)
Volume   3 Pages   178-179
Letter from Philip Carteret of the Endymion at Jamaica concerning his experiences in the   October 1780 hurricane
Volume   3 Pages   180-181
Letter from John Thomas of the Trident at Jamaica concerning a hurricane and preparations for the Nicaraguan expedition
Volume   3 Pages   182-204
Miscellaneous letters concerning promotions, leaves, favors and Vaughan's personal supplies
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