Lt., 62nd Regiment. DS, [Philadelphia], 6 November 1780. 1p, 4to. Parole "under the Convention of Saratoga" promising to return to Philadelphia and "that I will not do or say any thing to the prejudice of the United States of America," and pledging not to engage in any espionage. -- [MATHEW, Edward (1729-1805), General, Coldstream Guards.] Manuscript document "Account of 61 Days Subsistence for...Foot Guards commanded by Brig. Genreal Mathew," n.p., 23 February 1779. 1p, fol. Ruled in tabular form, with a section specifying "Prisoners with the Rebels," from four regiments including the Coldstream Guard. -- MACLEAN, Allan (1725-1784), Brigadier Genl., 84th Regiment. ALS and AMs, both to Sir Henry Clinton, Quebec, 8 July 1782. Together 4½ pp, 4to and fol. Maclean, wounded at Ticonderoga and Niagara, appeals for reimbursement in connection with a requisition of pistols. -- SUTHERLAND, Alexander, Capt., 2nd Batt., 71st Regiment. Three manuscript documents signed, n.p., 23 Feb., 24 Aug. 1781 and 24 June 1782. Together 3pp, 4to. In tabular form, recording subsistence for his battalion including "drummers & pipers," with note of deductions for men held as "prisoners with the Rebels." Together 8 items. (8) " /> [REVOLUTIONARY WAR, BRITISH OFFICERS]. BATEMAN, Richard, <I>Lt., 20th Regiment of Foot</I>. Autograph manuscript signed, detailed account of his military service in hopes of a captaincy, n.p., 21 December 1790. <I>2 pp., fol</I>. Describes service in America with General Carleton and Burgoyne, his capture at Saratoga which resulted in "various distresses until the year 1781," etc., mentions death of Major John Acland in 1778 -- WILKINSON William, <I>Lt., 62nd Regiment</I>. DS, [Philadelphia], 6 November 1780. <I>1p, 4to</I>. Parole "under the Convention of Saratoga" promising to return to Philadelphia and "that I will not do or say any thing to the prejudice of the United States of America," and pledging not to engage in any espionage. -- [MATHEW, Edward (1729-1805), </I>General, Coldstream Guards</I>.] Manuscript document "Account of 61 Days Subsistence for...Foot Guards commanded by Brig. Genreal Mathew," n.p., 23 February 1779. <I>1p, fol</I>. Ruled in tabular form, with a section specifying "Prisoners with the Rebels," from four regiments including the Coldstream Guard. -- MACLEAN, Allan (1725-1784), <I>Brigadier Genl.</I>, 84th Regiment</I>. ALS and AMs, both to Sir Henry Clinton, Quebec, 8 July 1782. <I>Together 4½ pp, 4to and fol</I>. Maclean, wounded at Ticonderoga and Niagara, appeals for reimbursement in connection with a requisition of pistols. -- SUTHERLAND, Alexander, <I>Capt., 2nd Batt., 71st Regiment</I>. Three manuscript documents signed, n.p., 23 Feb., 24 Aug. 1781 and 24 June 1782. <I>Together 3pp, 4to</I>. In tabular form, recording subsistence for his battalion including "drummers & pipers," with note of deductions for men held as "prisoners with the Rebels." <I>Together 8 items.</I> (8) | Christie's