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1 Letter from Colonel Adam Stephen to Richard Henry Lee. Ordered to the Ohio, by Lord Dunmore, which prevents his attending the General Congress. Procur ... S4-V1-P03-sp25-D0008, S4-V1-P03-sp25-D0008
2 General Carleton arrived at Quebeck S4-V1-P03-sp25-D0066, S4-V1-P03-sp25-D0066
3 Address of the Clergy to Guy Carleton, Governour of Quebeck S4-V1-P03-sp25-D0067, S4-V1-P03-sp25-D0067
4 Address of his Majesty's Subjects, in the City of Quebeck, to Governour Carleton S4-V1-P03-sp25-D0068, S4-V1-P03-sp25-D0068
5 Resolution relative to the Counselors and others, who have acted in obedience to the late Act of Parliament, for altering the Government of Massachuse ... S4-V1-P03-sp28-D0014, S4-V1-P03-sp28-D0014
6 Letter from Montreal, to a Gentleman in New-York. Opinions of the Inhabitants of Canada relative to the Quebeck Act S4-V1-P03-sp29-D0001, S4-V1-P03-sp29-D0001
7 Instructions to the English Gentlemen of the Committee of Montreal, from the Canadian Farmers S4-V1-P03-sp32-D0024, S4-V1-P03-sp32-D0024
8 Address to the Inhabitants of the Province of Quebeck S4-V1-P03-sp33-D0058, S4-V1-P03-sp33-D0058
9 Letter from Josiah Quincy to Josiah Quincy, Jun. S4-V1-P03-sp34-D0013, S4-V1-P03-sp34-D0013
10 Committee to correspond with the Inhabitants of Canada appointed, Brief to be circulated through the Province, to promote Donations for the Sufferers ... S4-V1-P03-sp37-D0012, S4-V1-P03-sp37-D0012
11 Letter from Thomas Cushing to Josiah Quincy, Junior S4-V1-P03-sp40-D0091, S4-V1-P03-sp40-D0091
12 Letter from a Merchant in London to a friend in Virginia. There is no disposition in the Cabinet to give America any redress. The Colonies should pres ... S4-V1-P03-sp40-D0129, S4-V1-P03-sp40-D0129
13 A circumstantial account of the Proceedings of the North American Merchants, held at the King's Arms Tavern, Cornhill, London S4-V1-P03-sp40-D0135, S4-V1-P03-sp40-D0135
14 Letter from Montreal. Parties in Canada S4-V1-P03-sp46-D0003, S4-V1-P03-sp46-D0003
15 Proceedings and Votes on the Petition to the King S4-V1-P03-sp49-D0043, S4-V1-P03-sp49-D0043
16 Committee appointed to inquire into the state of the Militia. Committee to inquire what is necessary to encourage the making of Saltpetre S4-V1-P03-sp50-D0018, S4-V1-P03-sp50-D0018
17 Report of the Committee on the state of the Militia S4-V1-P03-sp50-D0019, S4-V1-P03-sp50-D0019
18 Committee of Correspondence of Boston directed to open and establish an intimate correspondence and connection with the Inhabitants of Quebec S4-V1-P03-sp50-D0020, S4-V1-P03-sp50-D0020
19 Letter to the Reverend Mr. Kirkland, with an Address to the Mohawks S4-V1-P03-sp50-D0049, S4-V1-P03-sp50-D0049
20 Address of the People of Great Britain to the Inhabitants of America S4-V1-P03-sp52-D0003, S4-V1-P03-sp52-D0003
21 Taxation no Tyranny. An Answer to the Resolutions and Address of the American Congress S4-V1-P03-sp52-D0004, S4-V1-P03-sp52-D0004
22 Motion by the Earl of Dartmouth, to commit the Bill. Debate--Marquis of Rockingham. Earl of Carlisle. Duke of Manchester. Earl of Denbigh. Duke of Man ... S4-V1-P04-sp09-D0041, S4-V1-P04-sp09-D0041
23 Petition of his Majesty's loyal and dutiful Subjects, settled in the Province of Quebeck, presented by Lord Camden S4-V1-P04-sp18-D0001, S4-V1-P04-sp18-D0001
24 Debate--Earl Cower. Lord Camden. Bill offered by Lord Camden, to Repeal the Quebeck Act. Motion by the Earl of Dartmouth, that the Bill be now rejecte ... S4-V1-P04-sp18-D0002, S4-V1-P04-sp18-D0002
25 Petition and Memorial of his Majesty's ancient Subjects, Seigneurs, Freeholders, Merchants, Traders, and others, settled in his Majesty's Province of ... S4-V1-P04-sp18-D0003, S4-V1-P04-sp18-D0003
26 Sir George Savile's motion for leave to bring in a Bill to repeal the Quebeck Act. Debate--Sir George Savile. Mr. T. Townshend. Mr. De Grey. Mr. Howar ... S4-V1-P04-sp18-D0004, S4-V1-P04-sp18-D0004
27 The most humble Petition of his Majesty's ancient and loyal Subjects, Freeholders, Merchants, and Planters, in the Province of Quebec, in North Americ ... S4-V1-P05-sp01-D0001, S4-V1-P05-sp01-D0001
28 Memorial of the Freeholders, Merchants, Planters, and others, his Majesty's ancient and loyal Subjects, now in the Province of Quebec, to the Right Ho ... S4-V1-P05-sp01-D0002, S4-V1-P05-sp01-D0002
29 New Commission to the Governour of Quebeck S4-V2-P01-sp15-D0106, S4-V2-P01-sp15-D0106
30 Letter from the Camp at Cambridge. Information from Halifax, that the People destroyed a quantity of Hay, purchased and ready to be shipped for the Dr ... S4-V2-P01-sp25-D0065, S4-V2-P01-sp25-D0065
31 Letter from Benedict Arnold to the Massachusetts Committee of Safety. Surprised and took St. John's, with the King's Sloop of seventy tons, on the 18t ... S4-V2-P01-sp25-D0072, S4-V2-P01-sp25-D0072
32 Letter from a Committee of the Assembly of Connecticut to the Speaker. The New-York Committee will supply Provisions to the Connecticut Forces at Tico ... S4-V2-P01-sp27-D0052, S4-V2-P01-sp27-D0052
33 Letter from Ticonderoga to a Gentleman in Hartford, Connecticut, giving a Journal of Military operations from the 11th to the 19th of May S4-V2-P01-sp27-D0059, S4-V2-P01-sp27-D0059
34 Letter from the Albany Committee to the New-York Congress, enclosing a number of papers relating to the present state of affairs in the Northern parts ... S4-V2-P01-sp29-D0048, S4-V2-P01-sp29-D0048
35 Letter from William Gilleland to the Continental Congress, on the protection of the Northern frontiers of New-York S4-V2-P01-sp29-D0096, S4-V2-P01-sp29-D0096
36 Letter from Ethan Allen to the Continental Congress, showing the injurious effects of abandoning Ticonderoga and Crown Point S4-V2-P01-sp29-D0098, S4-V2-P01-sp29-D0098
37 Letter to the New-Hampshire Congress, from Charles Johnston, Clerk to the Committee of the Northern Regiment, in the County of Grafton. Preparations i ... S4-V2-P01-sp32-D0055, S4-V2-P01-sp32-D0055
38 Letter from Ethan Allen, at Crown Point, to the New-York Congress. Importance of the Posts on Lake Champlain, which have been taken, and the necessity ... S4-V2-P01-sp32-D0089, S4-V2-P01-sp32-D0089
39 Letter from the New-Hampshire Congress to the Massachusetts Congress. Having undoubted intelligence of the attempts of the British Ministry to engage ... S4-V2-P01-sp32-D0121, S4-V2-P01-sp32-D0121
40 Letter from Ethan Allen, at present the principal commander of the Army at Ticonderoga, to our worthy and respectable countrymen and friends, the Fren ... S4-V2-P01-sp32-D0125, S4-V2-P01-sp32-D0125
41 Letter from James Easton, at Crown Point, to the Massachusetts Congress S4-V2-P01-sp32-D0156, S4-V2-P01-sp32-D0156
42 Letter from Joseph Hawley to Joseph Warren. Urges reasons why the Posts on Lake Champlain should not be abandoned, but should be maintained at all eve ... S4-V2-P01-sp32-D0216, S4-V2-P01-sp32-D0216
43 Letter from the New-York Congress to the Merchants of Canada S4-V2-P01-sp32-D0245, S4-V2-P01-sp32-D0245
44 Letter from General Gage to the Earl of Dartmouth. A plan for a Rebellion has been long conceived, and the People's minds ripened for it S4-V2-P01-sp32-D0254, S4-V2-P01-sp32-D0254
45 Letter from the Massachusetts Congress to the Continental Congress. Taking and keeping possession of Ticonderoga was necessary for the preservation of ... S4-V2-P01-sp32-D0257, S4-V2-P01-sp32-D0257
46 Letter from Benedict Arnold, Crown Point, to the Continental Congress. Has learned from a Messenger he sent among the Indians, that they are determine ... S4-V2-P01-sp32-D0274, S4-V2-P01-sp32-D0274
47 Letter from Benedict Arnold to Governour Trumbull S4-V2-P01-sp32-D0275, S4-V2-P01-sp32-D0275
48 Letter from the Massachusetts Congress to the New-York Congress, informing them that they have requested the Continental Congress to quiet the apprehe ... S4-V2-P01-sp32-D0278, S4-V2-P01-sp32-D0278
49 Letter from Governour Trumbull to the Massachusetts Congress S4-V2-P01-sp32-D0379, S4-V2-P01-sp32-D0379
50 Letter to a Member of the Continental Congress, from a Gentleman in Stockbridge, Massachusetts. Our Messengers to the Six Nations were taken by the Re ... S4-V2-P01-sp32-D0454, S4-V2-P01-sp32-D0454
51 Letter from Colonel Arnold to the Continental Congress. The opinion of the Committee sent by Massachusetts, to inquire into the importance of holding ... S4-V2-P01-sp32-D0465, S4-V2-P01-sp32-D0465
52 Address of Colonel Bailey to the Northern Indians S4-V2-P01-sp32-D0471, S4-V2-P01-sp32-D0471
53 Address of the English Merchants, of Quebeck, to General Carleton, offer their services to protect the place, and request the Militia to be embodied S4-V2-P01-sp32-D0579, S4-V2-P01-sp32-D0579
54 Reverend Doctor Wheelock to the New-Hampshire Congress S4-V2-P01-sp32-D0586, S4-V2-P01-sp32-D0586
55 Letter from General Schuyler, at New-York, to Colonel Hinman, commanding at Ticonderoga S4-V2-P01-sp32-D0594, S4-V2-P01-sp32-D0594
56 Charlotte County Committee S4-V2-P01-sp32-D0596, S4-V2-P01-sp32-D0596
57 Letter from one of the Virginia Delegates, at Philadelphia, to a friend in Williamsburgh S4-V2-P01-sp32-D0605, S4-V2-P01-sp32-D0605
58 Publick Money in the hands of George Jaffrey, Treasurer, delivered to a Committee of the Congress, Letter received from Dr. Wheelock, giving an accoun ... S4-V2-P01-sp37-D0006, S4-V2-P01-sp37-D0006
59 Resolution of the Continental Congress of May 18th, relative to Ticonderoga, presented S4-V2-P01-sp39-D0006, S4-V2-P01-sp39-D0006
60 Committee appointed to confer with the Gentlemen from Connecticut, on their written request S4-V2-P01-sp39-D0018, S4-V2-P01-sp39-D0018
61 Committee appointed to confer with the Gentlemen from Connecticut, on their written request S4-V2-P01-sp39-D0019, S4-V2-P01-sp39-D0019
62 The Congress recommend to all persons not to commit any hostilities against the People of Canada, and declare every such step infamous, and highly ini ... S4-V2-P01-sp39-D0025, S4-V2-P01-sp39-D0025
63 Committee of Correspondence appointed, and instructed to inform the People of Canada that nothing hostile is intended against them S4-V2-P01-sp39-D0029, S4-V2-P01-sp39-D0029
64 Committee of Correspondence reported a Letter to the People of Canada, which was read and approved, Fifteen hundred copies of the Letter in French, an ... S4-V2-P01-sp39-D0069, S4-V2-P01-sp39-D0069
65 Resolve S4-V2-P01-sp39-D0087, S4-V2-P01-sp39-D0087
66 Letter to the Merchants of Canada. They agree to the proposition for the establishment of a regular Post between Montreal and New-York, and disavow in ... S4-V2-P01-sp39-D0137, S4-V2-P01-sp39-D0137
67 Recommendatory Passport to Brook Watson and his suite S4-V2-P01-sp39-D0180, S4-V2-P01-sp39-D0180
68 Letter from the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts, dated Watertown, June 13 S4-V2-P01-sp39-D0214, S4-V2-P01-sp39-D0214
69 Letter from the Committee at Albany, dated June 21, expressing their apprehension that Governour Carleton has induced the Indians to take up arms S4-V2-P01-sp39-D0216, S4-V2-P01-sp39-D0216
70 Report of the Committee appointed to confer with the Gentlemen from New-Hampshire S4-V2-P01-sp41-D0058, S4-V2-P01-sp41-D0058
71 Letter to the Continental Congress S4-V2-P01-sp41-D0079, S4-V2-P01-sp41-D0079
72 Letter to the Continental Congress, to New-York, and to the several Governments in New England S4-V2-P01-sp41-D0095, S4-V2-P01-sp41-D0095
73 Mr. Gilman instructed to cultivate a friendly disposition in the Indians, and to forward such intelligence respecting the Indians and Canadians as he ... S4-V2-P01-sp41-D0197, S4-V2-P01-sp41-D0197
74 Receiver-General directed to pay out of the Treasury the Bills of Credit of other Colonies S4-V2-P01-sp41-D0266, S4-V2-P01-sp41-D0266
75 Letter from the Congress of New-Hampshire, dated July 3, enclosing two Letters from Dr. Wheelock and a Committee in Hanover S4-V2-P01-sp41-D0289, S4-V2-P01-sp41-D0289
76 Letter to the Congress of New-Hampshire S4-V2-P01-sp41-D0350, S4-V2-P01-sp41-D0350
77 Letter from Colonel Hinman, at Ticonderoga, to the New-York Congress. The Fortresses at Fort George and Ticonderoga cannot be maintained against Artil ... S4-V2-P01-sp42-D0033, S4-V2-P01-sp42-D0033
78 Letter to the Continental Congress, from Walter Spooner, one of the Committee from the Massachusetts Congress to Ticonderoga. It is of the utmost impo ... S4-V2-P01-sp42-D0037, S4-V2-P01-sp42-D0037
79 Letter from Walter Spooner to the New-York Congress. All possible care should be taken to keep the command of Lake Champlain, which may most easily be ... S4-V2-P01-sp42-D0038, S4-V2-P01-sp42-D0038
80 Letter from the New-Hampshire Congress to the Massachusetts Congress, with information from Canada: if any plan of operation towards, or in Canada, is ... S4-V2-P01-sp42-D0040, S4-V2-P01-sp42-D0040
81 Letter from Governour Wentworth to Theodore Atkinson. Has occasion for the Books of Charters in the Secretary's Office, and desires they may be sent h ... S4-V2-P01-sp42-D0041, S4-V2-P01-sp42-D0041
82 Letter from the New-Hampshire Congress to the Massachusetts Congress, enclosing copies of Letters from Dr. Wheelock, dated Dartmouth College, June 28, ... S4-V2-P01-sp42-D0042, S4-V2-P01-sp42-D0042
83 Letter from Brook Watson, near Montreal, to the New-York Congress. The Troops at Fort George, Ticonderoga and Crown Point talk and act as if it was de ... S4-V2-P01-sp44-D0011, S4-V2-P01-sp44-D0011
84 Narrative and Remarks by a Gentleman who left Montreal, in Canada, the 14th of June last, enclosed by Gov. Trumbull to Gen. Schuyler S4-V2-P01-sp46-D0011, S4-V2-P01-sp46-D0011
85 Letter from Colonel Hinman, at Ticonderoga, to Gen. Schuyler. The Regulars are fortifying St. John's, and building some water-craft there, but with wh ... S4-V2-P01-sp46-D0034, S4-V2-P01-sp46-D0034
86 Orders from the Committee of Safety of New-Hampshire to Captain Bedel, directing him to proceed to Northumberland or Lancaster, and, in conjunction wi ... S4-V2-P01-sp46-D0037, S4-V2-P01-sp46-D0037
87 Letter from the Massachusetts Congress to the New-Hampshire Congress. Approve of Mr. Dean's being sent to the Continental Congress, and think it a mat ... S4-V2-P01-sp46-D0045, S4-V2-P01-sp46-D0045
88 Letter from Montreal to a Gentleman in England. The Martial Law is in force, the Canadians are enrolled as Militia, and Officers appointed them by the ... S4-V2-P01-sp46-D0070, S4-V2-P01-sp46-D0070
89 Letter from Ethan Allen, at Bennington, to Governour Trumbull. If we do not march an army into Canada, the Indians and Canadians, who, in general, are ... S4-V2-P01-sp46-D0114, S4-V2-P01-sp46-D0114
90 Examination of Garret Roseboom, of the City of Albany, before the Sub-Committee S4-V2-P01-sp46-D0160, S4-V2-P01-sp46-D0160
91 Letter from Governour Trumbull to General Schuyler S4-V2-P01-sp46-D0174, S4-V2-P01-sp46-D0174
92 Letter from General Schuyler, at Ticonderoga, to the Continental Congress. Ammunition is very scarce, no Powder has yet come to hand, and as yet very ... S4-V2-P01-sp46-D0226, S4-V2-P01-sp46-D0226
93 Letter from General Schuyler to the New-York Congress: urges them to send him supplies and Troops S4-V2-P01-sp46-D0227, S4-V2-P01-sp46-D0227
94 Letter from General Schuyler to Governour Trumbull S4-V2-P01-sp46-D0228, S4-V2-P01-sp46-D0228
95 Letter from Sir John Johnson to Alexander White S4-V2-P01-sp46-D0274, S4-V2-P01-sp46-D0274
96 Letter from General Schuyler to the Continental Congress S4-V2-P01-sp46-D0281, S4-V2-P01-sp46-D0281
97 Letter from General Schuyler to the Continental Congress S4-V2-P01-sp46-D0289, S4-V2-P01-sp46-D0289
98 An account of the voyage of Captain Remember Baker, begun on the 13th day of July, and ended July 25, 1775, on Lake Champlain S4-V2-P01-sp46-D0290, S4-V2-P01-sp46-D0290
99 Letter from Colonel Hurd to the New-Hampshire Congress S4-V2-P01-sp46-D0301, S4-V2-P01-sp46-D0301
100 Letter from Governour Trumbull to General Schuyler S4-V2-P01-sp46-D0310, S4-V2-P01-sp46-D0310

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