The siege of Penobscot by the rebels; containing a journal of the proceedings of His Majesty's forces detached from the 74th and 82d Regiments, consisting of about 700 Rank and File, under the command of Brigadier-General Francis M̀lean, and of Three of His Majesty's sloops of war, of 16 Guns each, under the Command of Captain Henry Mowat, Senior Officer; when besieged by Three Thousand Three Hundred (rebel) Land Forces, under the Command of Brigadier-General Solomon Lovell, and Seventeen Rebel Ships and Vessels of War, under the Command of G. Saltonstall, Commodore. To which is annexed A Proclamation issued June 15, 1779, by General M̀lean and Captain Barclay to the Inhabitants; also Brigadier-General Lovell's Proclamation to the Inhabitants; and his letter to Commodore Saltonstall, found on board the Rebel Ship Hunter; Together with The Names, Force, and Commanders, of the Rebel Ships destroyed in Penobscot Bay and River, August 14 and 15, 1779. With a chart of the Peninsula of Majabigwaduce, and of Penobscot River. B J. C. Esq.

  • Calef, John, 1725-1812.
M,DCC,LXXXI. [1781]
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