ALS, 1777 Sept. 26, Camp at the Trapp, Pa., to Thomas Wharton, Lancaster, Pa.

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Armstrong, John, 1758-1843. ALS, 1777 Sept. 26, Camp at the Trapp, Pa., to Thomas Wharton, Lancaster, Pa.

ALS, 1777 Sept. 26, Camp at the Trapp, Pa., to Thomas Wharton, Lancaster, Pa.

After the British began their occupation of Philadelphia, Armstrong explains to Wharton, the president of Pennsylvania, how they got past the American troops and discusses preparations for the battle of Germantown.

1 item (1 p.) ; 33 cm.

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