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H IS TO R Y of E U R O P E.
Retrospective view of affairs in America and the West Indies, in the year 1780. State of the hossile armies on the side of New York, previous to, and at the arrival of, Gen. Sir Henry Clinton from the reduction of Charles Town. Short campaign in the jerses. Connecticut farms.
Guichen returns from St. Domingo, with a convoy, to Europe. Great . .
preparations made by the Americans for effectually co-operating with the French forces on the arrival of M. de Guichen. Washington’s army in
creased, for that purpose, to 20,000 men. Invasion of Canada intended, and preparatory proclamations issued by the Marquis de la Fayette. Cause: which prevented M. de Guichen from proceeding to North America, Sir George Rodney arriver, with a squadron, at New Tork. * [I 3
Hoar in South Carolina. State of affairs after the Battle of Camden.
wallis. Gen. Greene arrives in North Carolina, and takes the com-