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Memorandum on the folly of invading Virginia, the strategic importance of Portsmouth, and the need for civilian control of the military; written in 1781 by the British negotiator of the first American treaty of peace.

Title:Memorandum on the folly of invading Virginia, the strategic importance of Portsmouth, and the need for civilian control of the military; written in 1781 by the British negotiator of the first American treaty of peace.
Alternate title:Richard Oswald's memorandum : on the folly of invading Virginia, the strategic importance of Portsmouth, and the need for civilian control of the military; written in 1781 by the British negotiator of the first American treaty of peace
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Note:Published by the University of Virginia Press for the Tracy W. McGregor Library, 1953
  
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Subject:United States -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783 -- British forces
Subject:United States -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783 -- Campaigns
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