Memorandum on the folly of invading Virginia: the strategic importance of Portsmouth, and the need for civilian control of the military; written in 1781 by the British negotiator of the first American treaty of peace
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Charlottesville : Publihed by the University of Virginia Press for the Tracy W. McGregor Library, 1953.
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61 pages : portrait, facsimiles ; 25 cm
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English

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"Bibliographical note": pages 53-56.
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APA Citation (style guide)

Oswald, R., & Robinson, W. S. (1953). Memorandum on the folly of invading Virginia: the strategic importance of Portsmouth, and the need for civilian control of the military; written in 1781 by the British negotiator of the first American treaty of peace. Charlottesville: Publihed by the University of Virginia Press for the Tracy W. McGregor Library.

Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation (style guide)

Oswald, Richard, 1705-1784 and Walter Stitt Robinson. 1953. Memorandum On the Folly of Invading Virginia: The Strategic Importance of Portsmouth, and the Need for Civilian Control of the Military; Written in 1781 By the British Negotiator of the First American Treaty of Peace. Charlottesville: Publihed by the University of Virginia Press for the Tracy W. McGregor Library.

Chicago / Turabian - Humanities Citation (style guide)

Oswald, Richard, 1705-1784 and Walter Stitt Robinson, Memorandum On the Folly of Invading Virginia: The Strategic Importance of Portsmouth, and the Need for Civilian Control of the Military; Written in 1781 By the British Negotiator of the First American Treaty of Peace. Charlottesville: Publihed by the University of Virginia Press for the Tracy W. McGregor Library, 1953.

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Oswald, Richard, and Walter Stitt Robinson. Memorandum On the Folly of Invading Virginia: The Strategic Importance of Portsmouth, and the Need for Civilian Control of the Military; Written in 1781 By the British Negotiator of the First American Treaty of Peace. Charlottesville: Publihed by the University of Virginia Press for the Tracy W. McGregor Library, 1953. Print.

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