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Defence of Brigadier General W. Hull. Delivered before the General Court Martial, of Which Major General Dearborn was President, at Albany . . . To which are prefixed, The Charges against Brigadier General Hull, as Specified by the Government
One of two contemporary accounts of the still debated conduct of Hull in surrendering Detroit to the British in 1812 without a shot being fired; sentenced to be shot, Hull was spared by Madison in view of his courageous Revolutionary War services. Modern paper-backed blue boards untrimmed, an unsophisticated copy. Published by Wells and Lilly, Court-Street, Boston, 1814.
      [Bookseller:  Meyer Boswell Books, Inc.]
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