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General Carleton was the last commander-in-chief of the British Army in America. His carefully preserved papers include letters written between 1747-1783--some intercepted. Included are letters by George Washington, Lord Cornwallis, Benedict Arnold, General Burgoyne, John Hancock, and the Marquis de Lafayette, among other historic figures. The French view of the Revolution is also presented.

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