2pp, 4to. Orders to escort Barent T. Tenyck to Crown Point on his way to Quebec. -- HALDIMAND. LS, to John Powell, Quebec, 31 October 1778. 1p, folio. Order to pay monies for the relief of Royalists in General Burgoyne's Army and "sundry other persons who have taken Refuge in the Province from the Rebellious Colonies." -- HALDIMAND. ALS, to [Friedrich Adolph] Riedesel, in French, Quebec, 29 August 1782. 1p, 4to. Acknowledging the receipt of some papers from Riedesel. -- GRANT, James (1720-1806, British General.) Note signed, 13 December 1776. 1p, oblong 8vo. Certification that "the Bearer Christopher Howell has taken the oath agreeable to the Proclamation of the 30th Nov 1776." -- GORDON, Adam (1726-1801). ALS, to Sir William Johnson, Preston Hall [Scotland], 25 August 1768. 4pp, folio (with a 1in hole through text). Discusses the appointment of the Governor in Chief of Virginia, and the growing protests in America, where "things...are really so confused & awkward, I confess I lose hopes of seeing them mend." He thinks "we are just as bad at home..." Reports that "troops are on their passage to Boston" and "absent officers, all under the ranks of General ones, are ordered to their posts--and things wear the face of confusion. God knows how they will end...I should not much relish any military employ there at present." Together nine items. (9) " /> [REVOLUTIONARY WAR, BRITISH OFFICERS]. TRYON, William (1729-1788, Major General of Loyalist forces). Partly printed document signed, New York, 23 January 1777. <I>1p, oblong 12mo</I>. An oath of loyalty for Nicholas Peterson. -- CLINTON, Henry (1730-1795, British General). Manuscript DS, New York, 10 August 1780. <I>1p, oblong folio, paper seal</I>. An appointment of Thomas Fraser as a major in the South Carolina Royalist Regiment of Colonel Innes. -- WALDEGRAVE, James, Third Earl of Chewton. Manuscript DS, Bennington, 10 December 1776. <I>1p, oblong, inlaid</I>. A note of protection for Thomas Bullman on the order of General Howe. -- HALDIMAND, Frederick (British General, Governor in Canada). LS to John Powell, Quebec, 21 December 1778. <I>1p, folio</I>. Order to pay monies for the relief of Royalists in General Burgoyne's Army and "sundry other persons who have taken Refuge in the Province from the Rebellious Colonies." -- HALDIMAND. LS to Corporal Daniel Diamond, New York, 12 October 1773. <I>2pp, 4to</I>. Orders to escort Barent T. Tenyck to Crown Point on his way to Quebec. -- HALDIMAND. LS, to John Powell, Quebec, 31 October 1778. <I>1p, folio</I>. Order to pay monies for the relief of Royalists in General Burgoyne's Army and "sundry other persons who have taken Refuge in the Province from the Rebellious Colonies." -- HALDIMAND. ALS, to [Friedrich Adolph] Riedesel, in French, Quebec, 29 August 1782. <I>1p, 4to</I>. Acknowledging the receipt of some papers from Riedesel. -- GRANT, James (1720-1806, British General.) Note signed, 13 December 1776. <I>1p, oblong 8vo</I>. Certification that "the Bearer Christopher Howell has taken the oath agreeable to the Proclamation of the 30th Nov 1776." -- GORDON, Adam (1726-1801). ALS, to Sir William Johnson, Preston Hall [Scotland], 25 August 1768. <I>4pp, folio (with a 1in hole through text)</I>. Discusses the appointment of the Governor in Chief of Virginia, and the growing protests in America, where "things...are really so confused & awkward, I confess I lose hopes of seeing them mend." He thinks "we are just as bad at home..." Reports that "troops are on their passage to Boston" and "absent officers, all under the ranks of General ones, are ordered to their posts--and things wear the face of confusion. God knows how they will end...I should not much relish any military employ there at present." <I>Together nine items</I>. (9) | Christie's