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What British general occupied Robert Morris's house and made it headquarters according to the John Adams book?
General Sir William Howe occupied Robert Morris's house and made it headquarters according to the John Adams book.
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General Sir William Howe occupied Robert Morris's house and made it headquarters according to the John Adams book.
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