Among the articles in this 1844 issue of the North American Review, Vo. LIX, is this offering: "Simcoe's Military Journal, A History of the Operations of a Partisan Corps, called the Queen's Rangers, commanded by Lieut. Col. J. G. Simcoe, during the War of the American Revolution; illustrated by ten engraved Plans of Actions. Now first published, with a Memoir of the Author and other Additions."
The North American Review was published at Boston, Massachusetts, by Otis, Broaders, & Co., 120 Washington Street, and at London, England, by Wiley and Putnam at 6 Waterloo Place, Regent St., and at Paris, France, by Hector Bossange, at 11 Quai Voltaire.
The article, also called "The American Loyalists", runs from page 261 to 302; sadly, there were no engravings included.