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Hamilton’s revolutionary writings, then, are not only important for illuminating the issues at stake in the break with Britain, but for the course the nation would take in the aftermath of independence. In them he gives a foretaste of what is to come, and why.

Carrington, Henry Beebee, Battles of the American Revolution, 1775-1781, 1904, New York, A.
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Historical sketches of the Revolutionary and Civil Wars.

,Savannah Under Fire, 1779: Identifying Savannah's Revolutionary War Battlefield Elliott, Daniel T.
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While this teaches us how contracted and uninformed are the views of those who expect to carry on the war without running in debt, it ought to console us with respect to the amount of that which we now owe, or may have occasion to incur in the remainder of the war. The whole, without burthening the people, may be paid off in twenty years after the conclusion of peace.


Calendar and Record of the Revolutionary War in the South: 1780-1781.

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Sloane, William Milligan, The French war and the Revolution.

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"Southern Campaign Revolutionary War Pension Statements".

All I ask is that you will judge for I don’t desire you to take my opinion, nor any man’s opinion, as the guide of your actions. I have stated a number of plain arguments. I have supported them with several well-known facts. It is your business to draw a conclusion, and act accordingly. I caution you, again and again, to beware of the men who advise you to forsake the plain path marked out for you by the Congress. They only mean to deceive and betray you. Our representatives in General Assembly cannot take any wiser or better course to settle our differences than our representatives in the Continental Congress have taken. If you join with the rest of America in the same common measure, you will be sure to preserve your liberties inviolate, but if you separate from them, and seek for redress alone, and unseconded, you will certainly fall a prey to your enemies, and repent your folly as long as you live.