History From America's Most Famous Valleys
Campaign of Lieut. Gen. John Burgoyne
and The Expedition of Lieut. Col. Barry St. Leger.
by William L. Stone.
Albany, NY, Joel Munsell. 1877.
The principal authorities consulted in the preparation of this volume -many of them, on this subject, intrinsically valueless-are, besides the Reidesel and Brunswick Journals, the following:
GEN. WILKINSON'S Memoirs, Philadelphia, 1816.
LAMB'S Journal of Occurrences during the late American War, to the year 1783 ; by R. Lamb, sergeant in the Royal Welsh Fusileers, Dublin, 1809.
ANBURY'S Letters, London, 1791.
ALLEN'S Biographical Dictionary.
MACAULEY'S History of New York.
BARBER'S Historical Collections.
STEDMAN'S History of the American War.
HOLDEN'S History of the Town of Queenshury.
FONBLANQUE'S Life of Gen. Burgoyne, London, 1876.
CARRINGTON'S Battles of America; by Henry B. Carrington, Bvt. Brig. General, U. S. A., and Professor of Military Science at Wabash University. A. L. Barnes & Co., New York, 1876.
STONE'S Life of Brant (Thayendanegea).
BANCROFT'S History of the United States, vol. IX.
IRVING'S Life of Washington.
RAMSAY'S History of the Revolution.
SPARKS'S American Biography.
LOSSING'S Field Book of the Revolution.
GARDEN'S American Revolution.
THATCHER'S Military Journal.
DWIGHT'S Summer Tours.
Visit to the Battle Ground in 1789, by Mrs. Theodore Dwight.
BOTTA'S History of the War of the Independence of the United States.
TRUMEULL'S Reminiscences of his own Times.
J. WATTS DEPEYSTER'S Justice to Schuyler.
History of the War in America between Great Britain and her Colnnits,
from its Commencement to the End of the Year 1778, Dublin, 1779. Chapters xiv, xv, pp. 170-315, especially 281, 184-5, 2.91, 195-61 310, etc.
CHARLES SMITH'S American War, New York, 1797.
CREASY'S Fifteen Decisive Battles of the World, from Marathon to Waterloo, 15th Ed., 1866, chap. xiii-Saratoga particularly Note 1, page 467-8.
CHARLES NEILSON'S Original, compiled and corrected Account of Burgoyne Campaign, etc., etc., Albany , printed by J. Munsell, 1844.
JAMES GRAHAM'S Life of Gen. Daniel Morgan, etc., etc., New York. Derby & Jackson, 119 Nassau street, 1856.
JOHN ANDREWS'S History of the War with America, France, etc., London, 1786. II, Chapter xxviii, 388, 389, 390, 392, 394, 395, 401, 407, 408, 410.
WILLIAM DUNLAP'S History of New York, for Schools, vol. n, p. 169. New York, 1837.
KAPP'S Life of Steuben, page 343.
American Military Biography, 2d Ed., page 171.
DAWSON'S Battles of the United States, I, 289.
ROBERT TOMES' (M. D.) Battles of America, Virtue & Co., New York. Part III, pages 480-1, 486-9; 500-1, 509, etc.. 516, etc. Part iv, Chapter LXXXIII, Camden, S. C.
History of Liwingston County, N. Y., Lockwood L. Doty (Gates's Insubordination), page 156.
LOSSING'S Life of Schuyler. (New York Society Library.)
P. STANSBURY'S Pedestrian Tour in North America, prepared in the Autumn of 1821 (relating to the Battle fields of Saratoga), 12mo., New York, 1822. (N. Y. H. S.)
LAMB'S Journal of Occurrences in America, Dublin, 1809.
Memoirs of his own Life, by R. Lamb, Dublin, 1811.
Remembrancer of Public Events, 1775-83, London, 1784.
BELKNAP'S New Hampshire.
CAMPBELL'S Tryon County.
WATSON'S Men and Times of the Revolution.
DUNLAP'S History of New York.
Brunswick Magazine, No. XI.
WAKEFIELD'S Letters from America, 1819.
SIMMS'S Trappers of New York.
Life of Morgan Lewis, in JENKINS'S Lives of the Governors of New York. Sketch of Charles de Langlade, in vol. vii of Wisconsin Historical Collections.
GREEN'S German Element in the War of American Independence.
MOORE'S Diary of the American Revolution.
DE COSTA'S Lake George.
Life of Peter Van Schaick.
WILSON'S Life of Jane McCrea.
Travels in America in 1795 of the Duke de la Rochefoucauld-Liancourt.
The Gates Papers in the New York Historical Society.
BOTTA'S American Revolution.
Remarks on Gen. Burgoyne's State of the Expedition. London, J. Wilkie 1780.
Letter to Lieut. Gen. Burgoyne, on his Letter to his Constituents, London: T. Becket, 1779.
A Reply to Lieut. Gen. Burgoyne's Letter to his Constituents. London: J. Wilkie, 1779.
BURGOYNE'S State of the Expedition from Canada, as laid before the House of Commons, by Lieut. Gen. Burgoyne, and verified by evidence ; with a collection of authentic documents, and an addition of many circumstances which were prevented from appearing before the House. London: J. Almon, 1780.
A Supplement to the State of the Expedition from Canada, containing Gen. Burgoyne's Orders, respecting the principal Movements and Operations of the Army to the raising of the Siege of Ticonderoga.
A Letter to Lieut. Gen. Burgoyne, occasioned by a second edition of his State of the Expedition from Canada. London; G. Kearsley, 1780.
Orderly Book of Lieut. Gen. John Burgoyne, from his entry into the State of New York until his Surrender at Saratoga, 16th Oct., 1777. From The original Manuscript deposited at Washington's Headquarters, Newburgh, N. Y., map, portraits, and facsimile. Edited by E. B. O'Callaghan, 1860, in Munsell's Historical Series.
D. WILSON'S Life of Jane McCrea, with an account of Burgoyne's Expedition in 1777. By D. Wilson, New York, 1853.
An Enquiry into, and Remarks upon the Conduct of Lieut. Gen. Burgoyne. The plan of operation for the campaign of 1777, the instructions from the secretary of state, and the circumstances that led to the loss of the northern army. London: Matthews, 1780.
Essay on Modern Martyrs, with a letter to Gen. Burgoyne London: Payne, 1780.
Dramatic and Poetical Works of the late Lieut. Gen. John Burgoyne, to which is prefixed memoirs of the author, embellished with copper plates. London : C. Whittingham, 1808.
The Substance of Gen. Bargoyne's Speeches, on Mr. Vyner's Motion, on the 26th of May, and upon Mr. Hartley's Motion, on the 28th of May, 1778. With an appendix, containing Gen. Washington's letter to Gen. Burgoyne, etc. London; J. Almon, 1778.
A Brief Examination of the Plan and Conduct of the Northern Expedition in America in 1777. And of the surrender of the army under the command of Lieut. Gen. Burgoyne, London, 1779.
A Letter from Lieut. Gen. Burgoyne to his Constituents, upon his late Resignation; with the correspondence between the secretaries of war and him, relative to his return to America. London: J. Almon, 1779.
Travels in North America, by the MARQUIS DE CHASTILLUX, London, 1787.
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