The case of Major John Andre, adjutant-general to the British Army, who was put to death the rebels, October 2, 1780, candidly represented: with... [Three lines from Lord Clarendon] by Charles Inglis

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The case of Major John Andre, adjutant-general to the British Army, who was put to death  by  the rebels, October 2, 1780, candidly represented: with... [Three lines from Lord Clarendon] by Charles Inglis

The case of Major John Andre, adjutant-general to the British Army, who was put to death by the rebels, October 2, 1780, candidly represented: with... [Three lines from Lord Clarendon] by Charles Inglis
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THE Public was much distressed at Major Andres Death- and by that Distress, gave the highest Testimony of his Merit. The Inhabitants, within the British Lines, were equally affected with the Army- whilst their joint Indignation manifestly shewedMoreTHE Public was much distressed at Major Andres Death- and by that Distress, gave the highest Testimony of his Merit. The Inhabitants, within the British Lines, were equally affected with the Army- whilst their joint Indignation manifestly shewed the general Sense of the Injustice and Inhumanity with which that amiable and gallant Officer was treated by the Rebels.

Those who were so much interested in his Behalf, are probably desirous of seeing his Case properly statedthis is done in the following Papers.This is an edition of a classical book first published in the eighteenth century.



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