Hervey, William


Hervey, William
(1732-1815)
   British soldier. Spent the eight years 1755-1763 in North America.
   Bib.: Journals of the Hon. William Hervey in North America and Europe from 1765 to 1814, with Order Books at Montreal, 1760-1763.

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