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  1. George Sackville Germain, 1er vicomte Sackville, aussi connu comme Lord George Sackville puis Lord George Germain, est un soldat britannique puis homme politique qui est secrétaire d'État pour l'Amérique du cabinet de Lord North lors de la Guerre d'indépendance des États-Unis. Son ministère reçoit la plupart des blâmes lors de la perte des colonies américaines. Ses instructions en ...

  2. 10 de nov. de 2023 · We are sad to announce that on October 31, 2023, at the age of 88, George William Germain of Holt, Michigan passed away. Family and friends are welcome to leave their condolences on this memorial page and share them with the family. He was predeceased by : his parents, William Germain and Bertha Germain (Schroeder); his sister Elaine Mattson ...

  3. George Germain. George Germain was a Lodi, New Jersey musician who lived across the street from Jerry and Doyle. He offered local musicians financial and musical advice throughout their careers and helped produce recordings such as The Misfits' Static Age, Horror Business, and 3 Hits From Hell, Glenn Danzig's Who Killed Marilyn?, Samhain's Initium, and Mourning Noise's debut EP.

  4. The British lost 26 killed, 93 wounded, and one missing. The Battle of Stono Ferry had little, if any, impact on Germain’s southern strategy or the Revolutionary War. Prevost’s rearguard under Maitland abandoned the redoubts as intended and retreated down the coast to Beaufort, while the rest of Prevost’s forces continued to Savannah. In ...

  5. 1 print : engraving. | Print shows Lord George Sackville-Germain, 1st viscount, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing right, in oval medallion suspended by ribbon from pin, with draped ribbon forming border across top and sides.

  6. Page Numbers. 1-14: March 8, 1778: Germain to Clinton. 15-16: March 18, 1778: Minutes of Cabinet, original received at Viscount Weymouth's office. 17-22: March 21, 1778: Speech given at St. James' Court by George III. 22-24: Amherst's Minutes, Notes by Germain, Proposed Deposition of the Army in Philadelphia.

  7. Transcription. Document Information. Lord George Germain has the honor of acquainting your Majesty that last night at 12 o'clock, the Messenger return'd from Portsmouth. M. General Burgoyne writes word that he was at 12 o'clock at noon going on board and Expected to be under sail in Two Hours. The Naval Officers were withdrawn from the ...