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- Alexander Leslie letter to Francis Marion.
, SC - 4 April 1782
It was with deep concern I viewed, on the proceedings of the last sessions of your Assembly, acts for amercing the property of some persons, and confiscating that of others, whose principles had attached them to the cause of their Sovereign.
- Alexander Leslie letter to Nathanael Greene.
, SC - 23 May 1782
what official authority I had for proposing a cessation of hostilities, and believing a treaty for terminating the war was now carrying on, I have, therefore, to inform you that those papers were transmitted to me by his Excellency, Sir Henry Clinton
- Alexander Leslie letter to Skelly.
Charleston, SC - 21 June 1782
I fear the Commandant of Georgetown cannot settle anything in regard to your exchange, however, on your arrival in this city.