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An Impartial History of the Present War in American...Vols. I-III

Written by Reverend James Murray
(British, 1732–1782)

Engraver: Robert Pollard (British, Newcastle-upon-Tyne 1755–1838 London)
Publisher: T. Robson (Newcastle-upon-Tyne)
Sitter: Frontispiece portrait of Reverend James Murray (British, 1732–1782)
Sitter: John Hancock (American, Braintree, Massachusetts 1737–1793 Boston, Massachusetts)
Sitter: Frederick North, 2nd Earl of Guilford (British, 1732–1792)
Sitter: George Washington (American, 1732–1799)
Sitter: General Israel Putnam (American, Salem, Massachusetts 1718–1790)
Sitter: General Charles Lee (American, England 1732–1782 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
Sitter: Horatio Gates (American (born England), Maldon, Essex 1727–1806)
Sitter: General Guy Carleton 1st Baron Dorchester (British, 1724–1808)
Sitter: General Richard Montgomery (American, born Ireland 1736–1775 Quebec)
Sitter: Benedict Arnold (American, Norwich, Connecticut 1741–1801)
Sitter: Frontispiece portrait of George III, King of Great Britain and Ireland (British, London 1738–1820 Windsor)
Sitter: Commodore Esek Hopkins (American, 1718–1802)
Sitter: General Gage (British, 1719/20–1787)
Sitter: General Richard Howe (British, London 1729–1814)
Sitter: Sir Henry Clinton (British, 1730–1795)
Sitter: General Charles Grey (British, 1729–1807)
Sitter: Major General John Sullivan (American (born England), Somersetshire 1740–1795 Durham, New Hampshire)
Sitter: Lord George Germaine (British, 1716–1785 Stoneland Lodge, Sussex)
Sitter: Benjamin Franklin (American, 1706–1790)
Sitter: Admiral John Byron (British, 1723–1786)
Sitter: Admiral Augustus Keppel (British, 1725–1786)
Sitter: General John Burgoyne (British, Bedfordshire 1722–1792 London)
Sitter: Earl Hugh Percy (British, 1742–1817)
Sitter: Sir George Bridges Rodney, 1st Baron Rodney (British, Walton-on-Thames 1719–1792 London)
Sitter: Augustus Francis Rawdon (British, 1754–1826)
Date: 1778–80
Medium: plates: engraving
Dimensions: Overall: 8 7/16 x 5 1/8 in. (21.5 x 13 cm)
Classification: Books
Credit Line: Bequest of Charles Allen Munn, 1924
Accession Number: 24.90.1831(1-3)

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