Monuments of Washington's patriotism:
containing a facsimile of his publick accounts kept during the Revolutionary War; and some of the most interesting documents connected with his military command and civil administration; embracing, among others, the Farewell Address to the people of the United States.
Together with an eulogium on the character of Washington, by Major W. Jackson ... Pub. for the benefit of Washington's manual labour school and male orphan asylum.
|Main Author:||Washington, George, 1732-1799.|
|Related Names:||Jackson, William 1759-1828.|
City of Washington, P. Force, Printer, 1838.
--Fac simile of a plan of march submitted by Washington to General Forbes in 1758. Extract from Marshall's Life of Washington.
An earlier reproduction of the accounts, without the accompanying documents of the present edition, was published at Washington, 1833, under title: Fac simile of Washington's accounts.
2 p. ℓ., 28  p., facsim.: 52, 65-66,  p.
front. (port.) pl.
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