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Reviews/Essays | Walker & James, Publishers | 1853
Transcription SOUTH-CAROLINA IN THE REVOLUTION. 57

December 1st, 1779.
New-Yo-k and its British, 13848 Halifax and
Dependencies. German, 10836 Penobscot, 3460
Provincial, 4072 Georgia,-- 3930
West Florida, 1187

28 756 Bermuda and
Providence Island, 636
9813
Total, 38569.
May 1st, 1780.
New-York. South-Carolina. Nova Scotia.
British, -7711 - 7041 - 2298
German, 7451 3018 - 572
Provincials, 2162 2788 638
17324 12847 3508

East Florida. West Florida. Georgia.
British, -536 590
German, 547 - 862
Provincials, 316 1016
536 1453 1878

Bermuda. Providence Island.
Provincials. 326 130
Total, 38002.

August 1st, 1780.
New-York, - 19115 West Florida, - 1261
South-Carolina, - 6 589 Nova Scotia, - 3524
Georgia, - 1756 Bermuda, - 204
East Florida, 453 Providence Island,- 118
27913 5107

Total, 33020.

December 1st, 1780.
New-York, - 17729 West Florida, - 1261
On an Expedition, 2274 Nova Scotia, -- 3167
South-Carolina, - 7384 Bermuda, -- 387
Georgia, - 968 Providence Island, -- 143
East Florida, 453

28808 4958


Total, 33766.
The whole number of Provincial Forces at this time in the British army was 8954.
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