APA Citation

Galloway, J., & Kirk, S. (1788). A short history of the war in America, during the command of Sir William Howe: With severe strictures on the military conduct of that general, and some observations on the many horrid blunders, rapine, and devastation committed by him. Being a reply to his Observations, &c. : To which is added, an appendix, containing, I. A letter to Sir William Howe, upon his strictures on Mr. Galloway's private character. II. A letter from Mr. Kirk, to Sir William Howe, and his answer. III. A letter from a committee to the president of the Congress, on the state of the American army at Valley Forge, found among the papers of Henry Laurens, Esq;. Philadelphia.: Re-printed and sold by Enoch Story..

Chicago Style Citation

Galloway, Joseph, and Samuel Kirk. A Short History of the War in America, During the Command of Sir William Howe: With Severe Strictures On the Military Conduct of That General, and Some Observations On the Many Horrid Blunders, Rapine, and Devastation Committed By Him. Being a Reply to His Observations, &c. : To Which Is Added, an Appendix, Containing, I. A Letter to Sir William Howe, Upon His Strictures On Mr. Galloway's Private Character. II. A Letter From Mr. Kirk, to Sir William Howe, and His Answer. III. A Letter From a Committee to the President of the Congress, On the State of the American Army At Valley Forge, Found Among the Papers of Henry Laurens, Esq;. Philadelphia.: Re-printed and sold by Enoch Story., 1788.

MLA Citation

Galloway, Joseph, and Samuel Kirk. A Short History of the War in America, During the Command of Sir William Howe: With Severe Strictures On the Military Conduct of That General, and Some Observations On the Many Horrid Blunders, Rapine, and Devastation Committed By Him. Being a Reply to His Observations, &c. : To Which Is Added, an Appendix, Containing, I. A Letter to Sir William Howe, Upon His Strictures On Mr. Galloway's Private Character. II. A Letter From Mr. Kirk, to Sir William Howe, and His Answer. III. A Letter From a Committee to the President of the Congress, On the State of the American Army At Valley Forge, Found Among the Papers of Henry Laurens, Esq;. Philadelphia.: Re-printed and sold by Enoch Story., 1788.

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