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January 16, 1777

near Bonhamtown, New Jersey. A detachment of 350 Americans attacks a superior British force.

New Brunswick, New Jersey.

Quibbletown (New Market), New Jersey. Gen. Philemon Dickinson (American) with about 400 militiamen engages a foraging party.

HMS Nonsuch takes the Massachusetts privateer Charming Sally.

 

1779

The Bombay force surrenders at Wargaum.

 

1780

The British capture six Spanish warships.

A party of 40 men capture two schooners and a sloop.

 

1781

South Amboy, New Jersey. Middlesex County militiamen skirmish with the British.

The British Nemesis captures a ship.

The British privateer ship Regulator takes a French ship.

The British frigate Stag captures a large smuggling vessel.

The British privateer North Star captures a Dutch East Indiaman.

 

1782

The French fleet captures the HMS Hannibal and six vessels.

The Whig brig Navaro captures the English brig Rebecca.

 

by Norm Desmarais

Recent Articles

The French Landing Site in Newport. Online Journal of Rhode Island History. January 26, 2017.
http://smallstatebighistory.com/identifying-french-landing-site-newport/

 

Rochambeau’s Arrest.  Journal of the American Revolution. November 15, 2016. https://allthingsliberty.com/2016/11/rochambeaus-arrest/

 

 

The French Soldiers Commemorated at the North Burial Ground in Providence. Online Journal of Rhode Island History. Oct. 15, 2015.
http://smallstatebighistory.com/the-french-soldiers-commemorated-at-the-north-burial-ground-in-providence/

 

Russia and the American War for Independence. Journal of the American Revolution. Sept. 14, 2015
http://allthingsliberty.com/2015/09/russia-and-the-american-war-for-independence/

 

 

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