William Godwin's Diary

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General Morgan (7  March  1828) Possibly:
Morgan, Sir Thomas, Major-GeneralHill, J.Col. Morgan's letter concerning his taking the strong garrison of Kildrummie from the Highlanders in Scotland … Also the Highlanders falling down again into the Lowlands … and a great fight at Dunhill. By J. Hill. 1654
Morgan, Sir Thomas, Major-General [Letter concerning the Proceedings of the Army in Scotland.]
WG's History of the Commonwealth notes that Morgan played a distinguished role in Scotland 1651-7 as adjutant to General Monck. In 1660 Morgan aided Monck in restoring the monarchy.
WG reads in the British Museum on this date. He may have been accessing the numerous letters of Major-General Morgan. These are currently held by the British Library.

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