A refutation of the charge brought against Admiral Knowles in a late pamphlet, intitled, The conduct and treatment of John Crookshanks, Esq. &c by

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  • Knowles, Charles, -- Sir, -- 1704?-1777,
  • Crookshanks, John, -- 1708-1795.

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Other titlesRefutation of Capt. Crookshanks"s charge against Admiral Knowles
SeriesSelected Americana from Sabin"s Dictionary of books relating to America, from its discovery to the present time -- 18472
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Pagination38 p.
Number of Pages38
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A refutation of the charge brought against Admiral Knowles: in a late pamphlet, intitled, The conduct and treatment of John Crookshanks. Admiral Knowles, who had been Commander-in-Chief in the Caribbean and whom Crookshanks charged with gross impropriety in his handling of the whole episode of the court-martial, answered in print with the anonymously published A Refutation of Capt.

Crookshanks' Charge against Admiral Knowles. This soon brought The Reply of John Crookshanks, Esq. to a Pamphlet lately set forth by Admiral Knowles. A refutation of the charge brought against Admiral Knowles: in a late pamphlet, intitled, The conduct and treatment of John Crookshanks.

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The reply of John Crookshanks, Esq ; to a pamphlet lately set forth by Admiral Knowles, intitled "A refutation of the charge brought against Admiral Knowles." Author: John Crookshanks.

The reply of John Crookshanks, Esq ; to a pamphlet lately set forth by Admiral Knowles, intitled "A refutation of the charge brought against Admiral Knowles." In which Reply that Charge is supported ; and the Partiality and Injustice of the Admiral are further proved.

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Knowles replied, refuting the charge, which indeed appears to have been groundless, and other pamphlets followed. Again, inCrookshanks brought a similar but more scurrilous charge against Knowles's secretary, the judge advocate at his trial, who retaliated by publishing in extenso the minutes of the court-martial.

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