Copy of an Intelligence report from Santa Cruix, reporting on the positioning of various French and American ships at St Thomas's and the likelihood that they would be sailing imminently for America, on the arrival at St Thomas's of Spanish ships from Pensacola, on the movements of American, French and British forces at Rhode Island and West Point, including those of Washington., General Green and Lord Rawdon, and that the British fleet was currently cruising off Boston.

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Title

Copy of an Intelligence report from Santa Cruix, reporting on the positioning of various French and American ships at St Thomas's and the likelihood that they would be sailing imminently for America, on the arrival at St Thomas's of Spanish ships from Pensacola, on the movements of American, French and British forces at Rhode Island and West Point, including those of Washington., General Green and Lord Rawdon, and that the British fleet was currently cruising off Boston.

Date Created

31 July 1781

Language

English

Identifier

GEO/ADD/15/0632