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Biographical sketches of loyalists of the American Revolution, with an historical essay
PLUS On This CD as an Added Extra: "Black list": a list of those Tories who took part with Great-Britain, in the revolutionary war

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CD Contents
Biographical sketches of loyalists of the American Revolution, with an historical essay, by Lorenzo Sabine, CD Contains Volumes l and ll; Boston, Little, Brown and Company, 1864. approxamately 1200 pages in 2 Volumes.
Sabine's work remains to this day the standard biographical dictionary of the Loyalists. There are three quite distinct parts to the book: a balanced historical essay of some 150 pages; biographical sketches, alphabetically arranged, comprising the vast bulk of the work; and some 120 pages of Fragments--brief notices of approximately 1,500 Loyalists not covered in the biographies. The biographical sketches comprise notices of several thousand individuals and contain references to dates and places of birth and death, residence, occupation, military service, wives, children and other family members, an indication as to whether the subject was banished or proscribed, or had land confiscated, and miscellaneous references to incidents and events of biographical significance. 608 + 600 pp.
ALSO On This CD as an Added Extra:
Black list : a list of those Tories who took part with Great-Britain, in the revolutionary war, and were attainted of high treason, commonly commonly called the "Black List" to which is prefixed the legal opinions of Attorney Generals, Mc Kean & Dallas; Philadelphia, printed for the proprietor, 1802. 16 pages.


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