The Cambridge History of the British Empire. Volume II: The Growth of the New Empire, 1783-1870, J. Holland Rose, A. P. Newton and E. A. Benians
Philip Schuyler and the American Revolution in New York, 1773-1777, Don R. Gerlach Reviewed by Robert Livingston Schuyler
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English Historical Documents. Volume II: 1042-1189, David C. Douglas and George W. Greenaway Reviewed by Robert Livingston Schuylermore by this author
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