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Great Britain. Public Record Office. Colonial Office Files CO 194.
William L. Clements Library. Ann Arbor, Michigan. Earl of Shelburne Papers. Print.
William L. Clements Library. Ann Arbor, Michigan. Papers of General Sir Thomas Gage, American Series. Print.
Candow, James E. "The British Army in Newfoundland, 1697-1824." The Newfoundland Quarterly 79.4 (1984): 21-28. Print.
---. "Social Relations between the Garrison and the Community in Nineteenth Century St. John's Newfoundland." Unpublished paper, presented at the Atlantic Canada Studies Conference VII (University of Edinburgh, 1981). Typescript.
Davies, Glanville J. "Military Leadership at Newfoundland before 1729." Journal of the Society for Army Historical Research 59 (1981): 194-200. Print.
Graham, Gerald S. "Britain's Defence of Newfoundland: a survey from the Discovery to the Present Day." Canadian Historical Review 23 (1942): 260-279. Print.
---. Empire of the North Atlantic; the Maritime Struggle for North America. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1950. Print.
Gunn, Gertrude. The Political History of Newfoundland 1832-1864. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1966. Print.
Head, C. Grant. Eighteenth Century Newfoundland: A Geographer's Perspective. Ottawa: Carleton University Press, 1976. Print.
Janzen, Olaf. History 3110 by Teleconference; Book of Documents. St. John's: Memorial University of Newfoundland, 1986. Print.
---. "Newfoundland and British Maritime Strategy during the American Revolution." PhD thesis, Queen's University, Kingston, 1983. Typescript.
Lysaght, A.M., ed. Joseph Banks in Newfoundland and Labrador, 1766: His Diary, Manuscripts and Collections. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1971. Print.
Nicholson, Col. G.W.L. The Fighting Newfoundlander; a History of the Royal Newfoundland Regiment. St. John's: Government of Newfoundland, 1964. Print.
O'Neill, Paul. The Oldest City: The Story of St. John's, NL. Vol I. Erin, Ontario: Press Porcépic, 1975. Print.
Quinn, David B. "Samuel Gledhill." Dictionary of Canadian Biography, Vol. II: 1701-1740. Ed. David Hayne and André Vachon. Toronto: University of Toronto, 1969. 249-51. Print.