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Acland, Harriet. The Acland Journal: Lady Harriet Acland and the American War

Adams, Charles Francis. "Contemporary Opinion on the Howes." Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society, 44 (November 1910).

Adams, Randolph Greenfield. British Headquarters Maps and Sketches Used by Sir Henry Clinton While in Command of the British Forces Operating in North America (Ann Arbor, 1928).

Aimone, Alan C. "John Andre: Daring Darling of the British Army." Assembly, 34 (March 1976).

Alden, John R. General Gage in America: Being Principally A History of His Role in the American Revolution (Baton Rouge, 1948).

Alderman, Clifford Lindsey. The Royal Opposition: The Story of the British Generals in the American Revolution. (New York, 1970).

Alexander, Arthur J. "Deserters: A British Source of Information During the American Revolution." Journal of the Society for Army Historical Research, 27 (Spring, 1949).

Allaire, Anthony. "Diary of Lieutenant Anthony Allaire of Ferguson's Corps." In Lyman C. Draper, King's Mountain and Its Heroes (Cincinnati, 1881).

Allen, Robert S. The Loyal Americans: The Military Role of the Loyalist Provincial Corps and their Settlement in British North America, 1775-1784 (Ottawa, 1983).

Altner, Hanna G. "The Diary of Captain Wiederhold and the Hessians: A Military Idyll of the Days of 1776." Historical Review of Berks County, 2 (January, 1937).

Anderson, Olive. "The Role of the Army in Parliamentary Management During the American War of Independence." Journal of the Society for Army Historical Research, 34 (December, 1956).

Anderson, Troyer S. The Command of the Howe Brothers during the American Revolution (New York, 1936).

Andre, John. "Will of Major John Andre." New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 6 (Jan, 1852).

Andre, John. Major Andre's Journal: Operations of the British Army Under Lieutenant Generals Sir William Howe and Sir Henry Clinton, June 1777 to November 1778. Recorded by Major John Andre, Adjutant General (Tarrytown, 1930).

Annand, A. McKenzie. "Two Officers of the 'Old' 74th (or Argyll) Highlanders of 1777-1778." Journal of the Society for Army Historical Research, 55 (Winter, 1977).

Annand, A. McKenzie. "Major General Gabriel Christie, Colonel Commandant, The 60th (Royal American) Regiment, 1787." Journal of the Society for Army Historical Research, 51 (Autumn, 1973).

Annand, A. McKenzie. "Henry, 3rd Duke of Buccleuch and the South Fencibles of 1778-1783." Journal of the Society for Army Historical Research, 53 (Winter, 1975).

Anonymous. "Diary of Lieutenant Thorne or Lieutenant Hamilton, 4th Regiment of Foot." Magazine of History, 18(1914).

Anonymous. "The American Revolution and the 22nd (Cheshire) Regiment, 1775-1783." Pamphlet, 1976.

Anonymous. "Corps in America, and under Orders for the Continent, Jan. 1776." Historical Magazine, 5 (August, 1861).

Anonymous. "Letters of British Officers in America in 1776." Historical Magazine, 5 (March, 1861).

Anonymous. "British Journal, 12 February 1776 to 22 July 1778, Kept by an Anonymous Officer of the 1st Battalion of Light Infantry." David Library of the American Revolution, Washington's Crossing.

Atkinson, Christopher T. "Material for Military History in the Reports of the Historical Manuscripts Commission." Journal of the Society for Army Historical Research, 21 (Spring, 1942).

Atkinson, C.T. "British Forces in North America, 1774-1781: Their Distribution and Strength." Journal of the Society for Army Historical Research, 16 (Spring 1937).

Atwood, Rodney. The Hessians (New York, 1980).

Babits, L.E. "Shoe Life in the 71st of Foot, 1776-1777." Military Collector and Historian, 34 (Summer, 1982).

Baker, Henry M. "Why Did Benjamin Thompson (Count Rumford) Become a Tory?" Magazine of History, 8 (September-October, 1908).

Baker, Norman. Government and Contractors: The British Treasury and War Supplies, 1775-1783 (London, 1971).

Balderston, Marion and David Syrett, ed. The Lost War: Letters from British Officers during the American Revolution (New York, 1975).

Bamford, William. "Journal of Captain William Bamford." Maryland Historical Magazine, 27 (1932) and 28 (1933).

Barker, John. The British in Boston Being the Diary of Lieutenant John Barker of the King's Own Regiment from November 15, 1774 to May 31, 1776 (Cambridge, 1924).

Bass, Robert D. The Green Dragoon: The Lives of Banastre Tarleton and Mary Robinson (New York, 1957).

Baumeister, Carl Leopold. Revolution in America: Confidential Letters and Journals, 1776-1784, of Adjutant General Major Baumeister of the Hessian Forces (New Brunswick, 1957).

Beatson, Robert. Naval and Military Memoirs of Great Britain from 1727 to 1783 (London, 1804).

Beers, Henry P. "The Papers of the British Commander in Chief in North America, 1752-1783." Military Affairs, 13 (Summer, 1949).

Benians, E.A. A Journal by Thos Hughes, 1778-1789 (Cambridge, 1947).

Bennett, Charles E and Lennon, Donald R. A Quest for Glory: Major General Robert Howe and the American Revolution (Chapel Hill, 1991).

Beroth, Janet. "The Convention of Saratoga." Quarterly Journal of the New York Historical Association, 8 (July, 1927).

Bickford, Christopher P. "In the King's Pay: Two Customs Officials in New Haven, 1774-1776." Connecticut Historical Society Bulletin, 42 (January, 1977).

Bill, E.G.W. "A Cadet at the Royal Military Academy, 1778-1780." Journal of the Royal Artillery, 84 (October, 1957).

Billias, George. George Washington's Opponents: British Generals and Admirals of the American Revolution (New York, 1969).

Bird, H. K. and F. T.Chapman. “Rogers Rangers, 1756-60” in The Military Collector and Historian Journal, 7 (Spring, 1955).

Blumenthal, W.H. "British Camp Women on the Ration." In Women Camp Followers of the American Revolution (New York, 1974).

Boss, W. The Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry Highlanders 1783-1951. Ottawa: Runge Press, 1952.

Bowie, Lucy Leigh. "German Prisoners in the American Revolution." Maryland Historical Magazine, 40 (September, 1945).

Bowler, R. Arthur. "Sir Henry Clinton and Army Profiteering: A Neglected Aspect of the Clinton-Cornwallis Controversy." William and Mary Quarterly, 3rd Series, 31 (January, 1974).

Bowler, R. Arthur. "The American Revolution and British Army Administrative Reform." Journal of the Society for Army Historical Research, 581 (Summer, 1980).

Bowler, R. Arthur. Logistics and the Failure of the British Army in America, 1775-1783 (Princeton, 1975).

Bowman, Larry. "The Court-Martial of Captain Richard Lippincot." New Jersey History, 89 (Spring, 1971).

Bradford, S. Sydney, ed. "A British Officer's Revolutionary War Journal, 1776-1778." Maryland Historical Magazine, 56 (No 2, June, 1961).

Bradley, Arthur Granville. Lord Dorchester (London, 1926).

Brown, Gerald S. The American Secretary: The Colonial Policy of Lord George Germain, 1775-1778 (Ann Arbor, 1963).

Brown, Gerald S. "The Policy of Lord George Germain Toward the American Revolution, 1775-1778." Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Minnesota, 1948.

Brown, Gerald S. "The Court-Martial of Lord George Sackville, Whipping Boy of the Revolutionary War." William and Mary Quarterly, 3rd Series, 9 (July, 1952).

Brown, Lloyd A. Loyalist Operations at New Haven (Ann Arbor, 1938).

Brown, Jared A. "British Military Theatre in New York, 1780-1781." Theatre Survey, 23 (November, 1982).

Brown, Jared A. "A Note on British Military Theatre in New York at the End of the American Revolution." New York History, 62 (April, 1981).

Bryant, G.J. "The East Indian Company and the British Army: The Crisis at Madras in 1783." Journal of the Society for Army Historical Research, 62 (Spring, 1984).

Burgoyne, Bruce E., trans. Eighteenth Century America: A Hessian Report on the People, Land, and the War.

Burgoyne, Bruce E., trans. Canada and the American Revolutionary War: Lieutenant Friedrich Julius von Papef's Journal of the Sea Voyage to North America and the Campaign Conducted There.

Burgoyne, Bruce E., trans. Waldeck Soldiers of the American Revolutionary War.

Burgoyne, Bruce E., trans. They Also Served: Women with the Hessian Auxiliaries.

Burgoyne, Bruce E., trans. Diaries of Lieutenant Heinrich Carl Philipp von Feiltsch and 2nd Lieutenant Christian Friedrich Bartholomai

Burgoyne, Bruce E., trans. Enemy Views: The American Revolution as Recorded by the Hessian Participants

Burgoyne, Bruce. Georg Pausch's Journal and Reports of the Campaign in America.

Burgoyne, John. A New System of Military Discipline, Founded Upon Principle (London, 1773).

Burns, Brian. "Mad Jack M'Alpine: A Soldier of the King." Vermont History, 51 (Summer, 1983).

Burns, R.E. "Ireland and British Military Preparations for War in America in 1775." Cithara, 2 (May 1963).

Burt, Alfred L. "The Quarrel Between Germain and Carleton: An Inverted Story." Canadian Historical Review, 11 (September, 1930).

Burt, Alfred L. Guy Carleton, Lord Dorchester, 1724-1808 (Ottawa, 1955).

Burton, I.F. and A.N. Norman. "Sir John Cope: Promotion in the Eighteenth Century Army." English Historical Review, 78 (October, 1963).

Butler, Lindley S. The Narrative of Colonel David Fanning (Davidson, 1981).

Caley, Percy B. "The Life Adventures of Lieutenant-Colonel John Connoly: The Story of a Tory." Western Pennsylvania Historical Magazine, 11 (1928).

Calhoon, Robert M. "Civil, Revolutionary, or Partisan: The Loyalists and the Nature of the War for Independence." In Stanley J. Underhahl, ed., Military History of the American Revolution: The Proceedings of the 6th Military History Symposium United States Air Force Academy 10-11 October 1974 (Washington, 1976).

Calver, William L. "Cartridge Box Badge of the 28th Regiment of Foot (British) in the American Revolution Found at Fort Ticonderoga, NY." New-York Historical Society Quarterly Bulletin, 12 (October, 1928).

Calver, William L. "Discoveries Made in British Camps of the American Revolution." Quarterly Journal of the New York State Historical Association, 8 (April, 1927).

Calver, William L. "Distinctive Buttons of Loyalist Corps in the American Revolution." New-York Historical Society Quarterly Bulletin, 12 (January 1929), pp. 135-147.

Campbell, Colin. "The 71st Highlanders in Massachusetts, 1776-1780." New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 112 (July, October, 1958).

Campbell, Colin. "Lieutenant Colonel George Campbell, King's American Regiment." New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 137 (October, 1983).

Canada, Department of Militia and Defence, General Staff. A History of the Organization, Development and Services of the Military and Naval Forces of Canada...from 1763 to the Present: The War of the American Revolution. (Ottawa, nd).

Cannon, Richard. Historical Record of the Tenth Foot (London, 1847).

Carman, W. Y. "The Burial of General Fraser, Saratoga, 1777." Journal of the Society for Army Historical Research, 48 (1970).

Carman, W.Y. "The Uniform of the Queen's Rangers, 1777-1783." Journal of the Society for Army Historical Research, 57 (Summer, 1979).

Carman, W.Y. "John Brydges Schaw, 68th Foot, c 1777." Journal of the Society for Army Historical Research, 52 (Autumn, 1974).

Carman, W.Y. "Banastre Tarleton and the British Legion." Journal of the Society for Army Historical Research, 62 (Autumn, 1984).pp. 127-131

Carter, Clarence E., ed. The Correspondence of General Thomas Gage (1969).

Carter, Clarence E. "The Significance of Military Office in America, 1763-1775." American Historical Review, 28 (April, 1923).

Caruana, Adrian B. "The Dress of the Royal Artillery in North America, 1775-1783." Military Collector and Historian, 35 (Fall, 1983).

Caruna, Adrian B. Grasshoppers and Butterflies: The Light 3-Pounders of Pattison and Townshed (Ottawa, 1980).

Cary, A.D.L. and Stoupler McCole. Regimental Records of the Royal Welsh Fusileers (Late the 23rd Foot) (London, 1921). 3 vols

Cashin, Edward J. The King's Ranger: Thomas Brown and the American Revolution on the Southern Frontier (Athens, 1989).

Chartrand, Rene. "Sergeant Vrooman, Butler's Rangers, c 1783." Military Collector and Historian, 34 (Winter, 1982).

Chartrand, Rene. "Notes on the Dress of the Royal Highland Emigrants, 1777-1784." Military Collector and Historian, 38 (Summer, 1986).

Chartrand, Rene. "Deserter Descriptions of Military Dress from Canadian Newspapers, 1780-1784." Military Collector and Historian, 24 (Summer, 1972).

Clark, Dora Mae. "The British Treasury and The Administration of Military Affairs in America, 1754-1774." Pennsylvania History, 2 (October, 1935).

Clarke, Ernest. The Seige of Fort Cumberland, 1776: An Episode in the American Revolution (Montreal, 1995).

Clark, Jane. "The Command of the Canadian Army for the Campaign of 1777." Canadian Historical Review, 10 (June 1929).

Clayton, Robert. "Extracts from the Order Book of Major Robert Clayton, of the Seventeenth Regiment of British Foot, 1778." Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, 25 (1901).

Clinton, Henry. The American Rebellion: Sir Henry Clinton's Narrative of His Campaigns, 1775-1782 (New Haven, 1954).

Coleman, John M. "Joseph Galloway and the British Occupation of Philadelphia." Pennsylvania History, 30 (July, 1963).

Cometti, Elizabeth, ed. The American Journals of Lt John Enys (Syracuse, 1976).

Connolly, John. "A Narrative of the Transactions, Imprisonment and Sufferings of John Connolly, An American Loyalist and Lieut Col in His Majesty's Service." Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, 12 (1888).

Conway, Stephen R. "Locality, Metropolis and Nation: The Impact of the Military Camps in England During the American War." History, 82(October, 1997).

Conway, Stephen R. "The great mischief Complain'd of: Reflection on the Misconduct of British Soldiers in the Revolutionary War." William and Mary Quarterly, 3rd Series, 47 (July, 1990).

Conway, Stephen R. "To Subdue America: British Army Officers and the Conduct of the Revolutionary War." William and Mary Quarterly, 3rd Series, 47 (July, 1990).

Conway, Stephen R. "Military-Civilian Crime and the British Army in North America, 1775-1781." Ph.D. Dissertation, University of London, 1982.

Conway, Stephen R. "British Army Officers and the War for Independence." William and Mary Quarterly, 3rd Series, 41 (April, 1984).

Cook, H.C.B. "The 38th Foot: A Line Regiment in 1769 to 1772." Journal of the Society for Army Historical Research, 46 (Summer, 1968).

Cook, H.C.B., and Maurice E. Jones. "British Colours in the American War of independence." Journal of the Society for Army Historical Research, 54 (Spring, 1976).

Copeland, Peter F., and Donald W. Holst. "29th Regiment of Foot, 1770." Military Collector and Historian, 23 (Winter, 1971).

Copeland, Peter F., and Donald W. Holst. "16th (Queen's) Regiment of Light Dragoons, 1776-1778." Military Collector and Historian, 15 (Winter, 1963).

Corsar, Kenneth Charles, ed. "Letters From America, 1780 and 1781." Journal of the Society for Army Historical Research, 20 (Fall, 1941).

Crary, Catharine S. "Guerrilla Activities of James Delancey's Cowboys in Westchester County: Conventional Warfare or Self-Interested Freebooting?" In Robert A East and Jacob Judd, ed., The Loyalist Americans: A Focus on Greater New York (Tarrytown, 1975).

Crispin, Barbara. "Clyde Shipping and the American War." Scottish Historical Review, 41 (October, 1962).

Cruikshank, Ernest A., and Gavin Watt. The King's Royal Regiment of New York (Toronto, 1984).

Cruikshank, E.A. "The King's Royal Regiment of New York." Ontario Historical Society Papers and Records, 27 (1931).pp. 193-323.

Cruikshank, Ernest A. The Story of Butler's Rangers and the Settlement of Niagara (Welland, 1893).

Cruikshank, Ernest A. “The Garrisons of Toronto and York, 1750-1815” in Canadian Military Institute Selected Papers (Toronto, 1934-1935).

Cuneo, John R. "The Early Days of the Queen's Rangers, August 1776-February 1777." Military Affairs, 22 (Summer, 1958).

Cuneo, J. R. “Factors Behind the Raising of the 80th Foot in America” in Military Collector and Historian Journal, 11(Winter 1959).

Curtis, Edward E. "The Recruiting of the British Army in the American Revolution." American Historical Association Annual Report for 1922.

Curtis, Edward E. "The Provisioning of British Troops in Boston, 1776." Magazine of History, 18 (May-June, 1914).

Curtis, Edward E. The Organization of the British Army in the American Revolution (New Haven, 1926).

Cuthbertson, Bennett. A System for the Complete Interior Management and Economy of a Battalion of Infantry (London, 1779).

Dana, E.E. The British in Boston (Cambridge, 1924).

Danglade, James Kerby. "John Graves Simcoe and the United States, 1775-1796: A Study in Anglo-American Frontier Diplomacy." Ph.D Dissertation, Ball State University, 1972.

Darling, Anthony D. Red Coat and Brown Bess (Ottawa, 1970).

Davis, Robert P. Where a Man Can Go: Major General William Phillips, British Royal Artillery, 1731-1781 (Westport, 1999).

Davis, Robert Scott, Jr. "Lord Montagu's Mission to South Carolina in 1781: American POWs for the King's Service in Jamaica." South Carolina Historical Magazine, 84 (April, 1983).pp. 89-109.

Dawney, N.P. "Two Eighteenth-Century Colours of the First Regiment of Foot Guards." Journal of the Society for Army Historical Research, 54 (Autumn, 1976).

De Mace, Virginia E. Mercenary Troops from Anhalt Zerbst, Germany, During the American Revolution (1984).

DePeyster, J. Watts. Miscellanies by an Officer: Colonel Arent Schuyler De Peyster, 1774-1783 (New York, 1888).

Diffendorffer, Frank R. "Col John Connolly: Loyalist." Lancaster County Historical Society Papers, 7 (1903).

Doblin, Helga, trans. The American Revolution, Garrison Life in French Canada and New York: Journal of an Officer in the Prinz Friedrich Regiment, 1776-1783

Dornfest, Walter T. "The Royal Garrison Battalion 1778-1784." Journal of the Society for Army Historical Research, 47 (Spring 1969), pp. 55-69; 51 (Summer 1973), pp. 124-125

Dornfish, W. T. "British, Hessian and Provincial Troops at Paulus Hook, 18th - 19th August 1779." Journal of the Society for Army Historical Research, (Autumn, 1967).

Draper, Lyman C. King's Mountain and its Heroes (Cincinnati, 1881).

Du Roy, Anton Adolf. Tagebuch der Seereise van Stade nach Quebec in Amerika, 1776 (Toronto, 1983).

Duncan, Francis. History of the Royal Regiment of Artillery (London, 1872).

Dunnigan, Brian Leigh. "Butler's Rangers and Fort Niagara." In United Empire Loyalists' Association of Canada, Colonel John Butler Branch, The Butler Bicentenary: Commemorating the 200th Anniversary of the Death of Colonel John Butler (St Catharines, 1997).

Dunnigan, Brian Leigh. Forts Within a Fort: Niagara's Redoubts (Youngstown, 1989).

Dunnigan, Brian Leigh. "Portaging Niagara." Inland Seas, 42 (No 3, Fall, 1986).

Dunnigan, Brian Leigh. Niagara - 1796: The Fortress Possessed (Youngstown, 1999).

Dunnigan, Brian Leigh. Seige - 1759: The Campaign Against Niagara (Youngstown, 1996).

Dunnigan, Brian Leigh, and Patricia Kay Scott. Old Fort Niagara in Four Centuries: A History of its Development (Youngstown, 1991).

Dunnigan, Brian Leigh. The Necessity of Regularity in Quartering Soldiers: The Organization, Material Culture and Quartering of the British Soldier at Michilimackinac (Mackinac Island, 1999).

Dunnigan, Brian L. King’s Men at Mackinac, 1780-1796 (Mackinac, 1973).

Dwight, C. Harrison. "Count Rumford: His Majesty's Colonel in Carolina." South Carolina Historical Magazine, 57 (January, 1956).

Eelking, Max von. The German Allied Troops (Baltimore, 1969).

Eld, Lieutenant Colonel. Memoranda of Lieutenant Colonel Eld, of the Cold Stream Guards, During His Service on America in the Years 1779 and 1780 (Boston, 1892).

Elting, J.R. ed. Military Uniforms in America, 1755-1795 (San Rafael, 1974).

Ellis, George R. "General Burgoyne in Boston." Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society, 14 (March, 1876).

England, Poole. "Major J.D. Acland's Grenadier Battalion, 47th Foot, Orderly Book, 7 June-July 1777, Canada and New York." New York Historical Society. Early American Orderly Books, Microfilm Reel 4, Document 46.

Ernst, Robert. "A Tory-Eye View of the Evacuation of New York." New York History, 64 (October, 1983).

Evelyn, W. Glanville. Memoirs and Letters of Captain W. Glanville Evelyn, of the 4th Regiment (King's Own) from North America, 1774-1776 (New York, 1971).

Evelyn, W. Glanville. Memoir and Letters of Captain W. Glanville Evelyn (1879).

Ewald, Johann. Treatise on Partisan Warfare (London, 1785).

Fabel, R.F.A. "Montfort Browne's Corps: The Prince of Wales American Volunteers." Journal of the Society for Army Historical Research, 70 (1992).

Fanning, David. The Narrative of Colonel David Fanning (New York, 1865).

Ferguson, Kenneth P. "Military Manuscripts in the Public Record Office of Ireland." Irish Sword, 15 (Winter, 1982).

Ferling, John E. "Joseph Gallowy's Military Advice: A Loyalist's View of the Revolution." Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, 98 (April, 1974).

Flick, A.C. "New Sources on the Sullivan-Clinton Campaign in 1779." New York Historical Association, Quarterly Journal, 10 (July, 1929).

Ford, Worthington C. "Parliament and the Howes." Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society, 44 (November, 1910).

Ford, Worthington C. comp. British Officers Serving in the American Revolution, 1774-1783 (Brooklyn, 1897).

Ford, Worthington C. comp. "British Officers Serving in America, 1754-1774." New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 48 (1894), 49 (1895).

Fortescue, Sir John W. A History of the 17th Lancers, (Duke of Cambridge's Own (New York, 1895).

Fortescue, Sir John W. A History of the British Army (London, 1902).

Fortier, Paul, and Timothy Dube. "Niagara: Key to the Defence of the Frontier." Archivist, 17 (1990).

Fox, Dixon Ryan. "Burgoyne, Before and After Saratoga." Quarterly Journal of the New York State Historical Association, 10 (April 1929).

Frashe, Louis D.F. "Problems of Command: Cornwallis, Partisans and Militia, 1780." Military Review, 57 (Apr 1977).

French, Allen. "General Haldimand in Boston, 1774-1775." Massachusetts Historical Society Proceedings, 66 (1936-141).

French, Allen. General Gage's Informers: New Material Upon Lexington & Concord, Benjamin Thompson as Loyalist & the Treachery of Benjamin Church, Jr (Ann Arbor, 1932).

French, Allen. "Taken from the Historical Records of the 30th Regiment in South Carolina, 1775-1782." South Carolina Historical and Genealogical Magazine, 40 (April, 1939).

French, Allen, ed. "Diary of Frederick Mackenzie, Giving a Daily Narrative of His Military Service as an Officer of the Regiment of Royal Welch Fusiliers During the Years 1775-1781." In Massachusetts, Rhode Island and New York (Cambridge, 1930).

Frey, Silvia R. "The Common British Soldier in the Late Eighteenth Century: A Profile." Societas, 5 (Spring, 1975).

Frey, Silvia R. The British Soldier in America: A Social History of Military Life in the Revolutionary Period (Austin, 1981).

Frey, Silvia R. "The British Soldier in the American Revolution." Ph.D Dissertation, Tulane University, 1969.

Fryer, Mary Beacock and William Arthur Smy. Rolls of the Provincial (Loyalist) Corps, Canadian Command, American Revolutionary Period (Toronto, 1981).

Fryer, Mary Beacock. The King's Men: The Soldier Founders of Ontario (Toronto, 1980)

Fuller, JF. British Light Infantry in the Eighteenth Century (London, 1925).

Gage, Thomas. The Correspondence of General Thomas Gage with the Secretaries of State 1763-1775 (New Haven, 1931-1933) 2 Vols.

Galloway, Joseph. Fabricus: or Letters to the people of Great Britain on the absurdity and mischiefs of defensive operations only in the American War and on the causes and failures in the southern operations (London, 1782).

Galloway, Joseph. A Reply to the observations of Lieut Gen Sir William Howe, on a pamphlet entitled Letters to a Nobleman (London, 1781).

Galloway, Joseph. Letters to a nobleman on the conduct of the war in the Middle Colonies (London, 1779).

Gara, Donald J. "Loyal Subjects of the Crown: The Queen's Own Loyal Virginia Regiment and Dunmore's Ethiopian Regiment, 1775-1776." Journal of the Society for Army Historical Research, Spring 2005, Vol. 83, Number 333, pages 30-42

Geddes, James D. "British Colours in the American War of Independence." Journal of the Society for Army Historical Research, 53 (Summer, 1975).

Gee, Olive. "The British War Office in the Later Years of the American War of Independence." Journal of Modern History, 26 (June, 1954).

George III of Great Britain. The Correspondence of King George the Third From 1760 to December 1783. (London, 1967) 6 vols

Gerson, Noel Bertram. The Man Who Lost America: A Biography of Gentleman Johnny Burgoyne (New York, 1973).

Gilbert, Arthur N. "An Analysis of Some Eighteenth Century Army Recruiting Records." Journal of the Society for Army Historical Research, 54 (Spring, 1974).

Gilbert, Arthur N. "Military Recruitment and Career Advancement in the Eighteenth Century: Two Case Studies." Journal of the Society for Army Historical Research, 57 (Spring, 1979).

Gilbert, Arthur N. "British Military Justice During the American Revolution." Unpublished paper presented in October 1977 at the Inter-University Seminar Biennial Conference.

Gilbert, Arthur N. "Military and Civilian Justice in Eighteenth Century England: An Assessment." Journal of British Studies, 17 (Spring, 1978).

Gilbert, Arthur N. "Recruitment and Reforms in the East India Company's Army, 1760-1800." Journal of British Studies, 15 (November, 1975).

Gilbert, Arthur N. "The Regimental Courts Martial in the Eighteenth Century British Army." Albion, 8 (Spring, 1976).

Gilbert, Arthur N. "Why Men Deserted from the Eighteenth Century British Army." Armed Forces and Society, 6 (Summer, 1980).

Gilbert, Arthur N. "The Changing Face of British Military Justice, 1757-1783." Military Affairs, 49 (April, 1985).

Gilbert, Arthur N. "Law and Honour Among Eighteenth Century British Army Officers." Historical Journal, 19 (March, 1976).

Gilbert, Arthur N. "Charles Jenkinson and the Last Army Press, 1779." Military Affairs, 42 (February, 1978).

Gilbert, Stephen. "Blue Trousers and the Seventy-First Regiment Revisited." Military Collector and Historian, 40 (Spring, 1988).

Gilchrist, Marianne McLeod. Patrict Ferguson: 'A Man of Some Genius' (Edinburgh, 2003).

Glover, Michael. General Burgoyne in Canada and America: Scapegoat for a System (London, 1976).

Glover, Michael. "British Colours in the American War of Independence." Journal of the Society for Army Historical Research, 53 (Autumn, 1976).

Godfrey, Carlos E. "Muster Rolls of Three Troops of Loyalist Light Dragoons Raised in Pennsylvania, 1777-1778." Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, 34 (1910).

Graham, Henry. History of the Sixteenth, The Queen's Light Dragoons (Lancers) (London, nd).

Graham, Samuel. "An English Officer's Account of His Services in America, 1779-1781." Historical Magazine, 9 (August-November, 1865).

Grant, Alastair M. General James Grant of Ballindalloch, 1720-1806 (London, 1930).

Great Britain, War Office. "The Army List of 1740…with a Complete Index of Names and of Regiments." Society for Army Historical Research, Special No 3 (Sheffield, 1931).

Great Britain, War Office. A List of the General and Field Officers as They Rank in the Army (London, 1754-1868) [commonly referred to as "The Army List"]

Great Britain, Public Record Office. Alphabetical Guide to War Office and Other Military Records Preserved in the Public Record Office (London, 1931).

Great Britain, Public Record Office. List of War Office Records (London, 1908).

Green, James A. "General John Graves Simcoe: The Canadian Governor Who Attempted to Make Ohio a Part of Canada." Ohio Archaeological and Historical Quarterly, 43 (January, 1934).

Griffin, Martin I. J. "The Roman Catholic Regiment of Philadelphia in the Service of Great Britain During the Revolution." American Catholic Historical Researches, 14 (April 1897), pp. 65-80.

Griffin, William D. "General Charles O'Hara." Irish Sword, 10 (Summer, 1972).

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Gruber, Ira D., ed. John Peeble's American War: The Diary of a Scottish Grenadier, 1776-1783 (London, 1998).

Gruber, Ira D. The Howe Brothers and the American Revolution (New York, 1972).

Gruber, Ira D. "Lord Howe and Lord George Germain: British Politics and the Winning of American Independence." William and Mary Quarterly, 3rd Series, 22 (April, 1965).

Gruber, Ira D. "The Origins of British Strategy in the War for American Independence." In Stanley J. Underdahl, ed., Military History of the American Revolution: The Proceedings of the 6th Military History Symposium United States Air Force Academy 10-11 October 1974 (Washington, 1976).

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Gutridge, George H. "Lord George Germain in Office, 1775-1782." American Historical Review, 33 (October, 1927).

Haarmann, A.W. "Whitehaven Volunteers." Journal of the Society for Army Historical Research, 53 (Summer, 1975).

Haarmann, A.W. "King's Lynn Volunteers." Journal of the Society for Army Historical Research, 53 (Summer, 1975).

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