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André's Conduct as a Prisoner. His Conversations
with Colonel Tallmadge. - Story of Nathan Hale.
- André's Prison at Tappan. - Correspondence on
his Behalf. His Trial. Execution. Reward of
the Captors. Reward of Arnold. His Proclama-
Greene takes Command at West Point. - Insidious At-
tempts to shake the Confidence of Washington in
his Officers. Plan to entrap Arnold. - Character
of Sergeant Champe. - Court of Inquiry into the
Conduct of Gates. - Greene appointed to the South-
ern Department. Washington's Instructions to
him. Incursions from Canada. - Mohawk Valley
ravaged. State of the Army. - Reforms adopted.
The Marquis Lafayette and his Light-infantry. - Pro-
poses a Brilliant Stroke. - Preparations for an At-
tack on the British Posts on New York Island.—
Visit of the Marquis of Chastellux to the American
Camp. Washington at Headquarters. — Attack
on the British Posts given up. Stark forages
Westchester County. - Exploit of Tallmadge on
Rigorous Measures of Cornwallis in South Carolina. —
tween the Catawba and the Yadkin.. Cornwallis
in a Hornet's Nest. Movements of Ferguson.
Mountain Men and Fierce Men from Kentucky. -
Battle of King's Mountain. - Retrograde March of
Marion. His Character. - Bye Names.
Tarleton in quest of Him. Sumter on the West
Side of the Santee. His Affair with Tarleton at
Black Stock Hill. - Gates at Hillsborough. - His
Domestic Misfortunes. Arrival of Greene. - His
Considerate Conduct. - Gates retires to his Estate.
- Condition of the Army.. Stratagem Colon
Washington at Clermont. - Morgan detached to the
District of Ninety Six. - Greene posts himself on
Hostile Embarkations to the South.-Arnold in Com-
mand. Necessitous State of the Country. -Wash-
ington urges a Foreign Loan. - Mission of Colonel
Laurens to France to seek Aid in Men and Money.
-Grievances of the Pennsylvania Line. Mutiny.
-Negotiations with the Mutineers. Articles of
Accommodation. Policy doubted by Washington.
-Rigorous Course adopted by him with other Mal-
Successful.— Ratification of the Articles
Expedition of Arnold into Virginia.
Ravages. Checked by Steuben. Arnold at
Portsmouth. Congress resolves to form Heads of
Departments.-Hamilton suggested by Sullivan for
Cornwallis prepares to invade North Carolina. - Tarle-
ton sent against Morgan. Battle at Cowpens.
Morgan pushes for the Catawba with Spoils and
Prisoners. Cornwallis endeavors to intercept him.
The Rising of the River. - Cornwallis at Ram-
Greene joins Morgan on the Catawba. - Adopts the
Fabian Policy. Movement of Cornwallis to cross
the Catawba. Affair at McGowan's Ford. — Mili-
tia surprised by Tarleton at Tarrant's Tavern.
Cornwallis checked by the Rising of the Yadkin. ·
Contest of Skill and Speed of the Two Armies in
Cornwallis takes post at Hillsborough. His Proclama-
tion.-Greene recrosses the Dan.- Country scoured
by Lee and Pickens. Affair with Colonel Pyle. -
Maneuvers of Cornwallis to bring Greene to Action.
Battle of Guilford Court-house. Greene retreats
to Troublesome Creek. Cornwallis marches to-
ward Cape Fear.-Greene pursues him.-Is brought
to a Stand at Deep River. Determines to Face
About and carry the War into South Carolina. –
Arnold at Portsmouth in Virginia. - Expedition sent
against him. Instructions to Lafayette.
ington at Newport. - Consultations with De Ro-
chambeau. Sailing of the French Fleet. Pursued
by the English. - Expedition of Lafayette to Vir-
ginia. Engagement between the English and
French Fleets. - Failure of the Expedition against
Arnold. Letter of Washington to Colonel Laurens.
Measure to reinforce Greene. - General Phillips
in Command at Portsmouth. - Marauds the Coun-
try. Checked by Lafayette. Mount Vernon
Inefficient State of the Army. - Maraud of Delancey.
Death of Colonel Greene. - Arrival of the Count
de Barras. French Naval Force expected. - In-
terview of Washington and De Rochambeau at
Weathersfield. - Plan of Combined Operations.
Financial Arrangement of Robert Morris.- Scheme
to attack the Works on New York Island and cap-
ture Delancey's Corps. Encampments of Amer-
ican and French Armies in Westchester County. —
Movements and Counter-movements of Cornwallis and
Lafayette in Virginia. - Tarleton and his Troopers
scour the Country.-A Dash at the State Legisla-
ture. Attempt to Surprise the Governor at Mon-
ticello. Retreat of Jefferson to Carter's Mountain.
-Steuben outwitted by Simcoe. - Lafayette joined
by Wayne and Steuben. - Acts on the Aggressive.
- Desperate Melée of Macpherson and Simcoe. -
Cornwallis pursued to Jamestown Island. - Mad
Anthony in a Morass. His Impetuous Valor. —
Alertness of Lafayette. — Washington's Opinion of
The Army to be discharged. - Parting Address of
Washington. Evacuation of New York. - Parting
Scene of Washington with his Officers at New York.
- Washington resigns his Commission to Congress.
Washington at Mount Vernon.-A Soldier's Repose.
cil of Pennsylvania. - Historical Applications.
News of Jacob Van Braam. - Opening of Spring. -
Fairfaxes. Meeting of the Order of Cincinnati.
Tour of Washington and Dr. Craik to the West.
Ideas of Internal Improvement.
Scheme of Inland Navigation.-Shares of Stock offered
to Washington. Declined. - Rural Improvements.
- The Tax of Letter-writing. The Tax of Sitting
for Likenesses. - Ornamental Gardening. - Man-
agement of the Estate. - Domestic Life. - Visit of
Mr. Watson. Reverential Awe inspired by Wash-
ington. Irksome to him.- Instances of his Festive
Gayety. Of his Laughing. - Passion for Hunting
revived. Death of General Greene.- His Charac-
Washington's Regrets and Encomiums.
Letters to the French Noblemen