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1 Letter from John Dickinson to Josiah Quincy, Jun. The most peaceable Provinces are now animated and a Civil War is inevitable, unless there be a quick ... S4-V1-P03-sp34-D0008, S4-V1-P03-sp34-D0008
2 Considerations on the Measures carrying on with respect to the British Colonies in North America S4-V1-P03-sp52-D0001, S4-V1-P03-sp52-D0001
3 Address of the People of Great Britain to the Inhabitants of America S4-V1-P03-sp52-D0003, S4-V1-P03-sp52-D0003
4 Taxation no Tyranny. An Answer to the Resolutions and Address of the American Congress S4-V1-P03-sp52-D0004, S4-V1-P03-sp52-D0004
5 Sir Fletcher Norton presented to the King as Speaker, by the House of Commons. Informed by the Lord Chancellor, that the King approves the choice made ... S4-V1-P04-sp01-D0003, S4-V1-P04-sp01-D0003
6 Address reported and agreed to S4-V1-P04-sp01-D0011, S4-V1-P04-sp01-D0011
7 House in Committee, on the American Papers. Motion of Lord North, for an Address to the King, declaring the Province of Massachusetts Bay in actual re ... S4-V1-P04-sp06-D0001, S4-V1-P04-sp06-D0001
8 Motion, by the Earl of Dartmouth, to agree to the Address. Marquis of Rockingham's motion for the Previous Question. Debate -- Marquis of Rockingham. ... S4-V1-P04-sp06-D0015, S4-V1-P04-sp06-D0015
9 Evidence summed up by Mr. Clover S4-V1-P04-sp11-D0006, S4-V1-P04-sp11-D0006
10 House in Committee to consider further of the Ways and Means for raising the Supply granted to his Majesty. Resolutions offered by Lord North. Debate- ... S4-V1-P04-sp16-D0001, S4-V1-P04-sp16-D0001
11 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
12 Henrico County, Virginia, Committee. The removal of the Powder by Lord Dunmore is an insult to every freeman, every endeavour will be used to procure ... S4-V2-P01-sp15-D0092, S4-V2-P01-sp15-D0092
13 Letter from Holland to the Rev. William Gordon. Efforts of the British Government in Holland and France to prevent supplies of Arms and Ammunition to ... S4-V2-P01-sp19-D0013, S4-V2-P01-sp19-D0013
14 Letter from an American Gentleman in Paris to his friend in Philadelphia. The French are strongly in favour of the Americans S4-V2-P01-sp19-D0014, S4-V2-P01-sp19-D0014
15 Letter from the Hague. Orders have been given by the States-General to their Admiral in the West-Indies to seize and destroy all Ammunition, Stores an ... S4-V2-P01-sp32-D0587, S4-V2-P01-sp32-D0587
16 Letters from London, dated July 31, 1775, which were received and laid before the Continental Congress. The plan of the Administration is to take poss ... S4-V2-P01-sp46-D0331, S4-V2-P01-sp46-D0331
17 Letter from Germany to a Gentleman in Philadelphia. The undaunted firmness of the American Congress is highly approved in Germany S4-V3-P01-sp01-D0127, S4-V3-P01-sp01-D0127
18 Proclamation of the States General, prohibiting the exportation of Gunpowder, or other munitions of war, to the English Colonies, for one year S4-V3-P01-sp03-D0053, S4-V3-P01-sp03-D0053
19 Proceedings of the Sheriffs and Commons of Dublin, on an Address to the King, Address to the King from the Sheriffs, Commons, and Inhabitants of the C ... S4-V3-P01-sp03-D0101, S4-V3-P01-sp03-D0101
20 Letter from General Greene to Governour Ward S4-V3-P01-sp24-D0085, S4-V3-P01-sp24-D0085
21 Letter from the Earl of Dartmouth to General Howe. Encloses His Majesty's Speech to Parliament, with the Address of both Houses, which, it is hoped, w ... S4-V3-P01-sp24-D0188, S4-V3-P01-sp24-D0188
22 Letter to General Washington from "A Friend to America", suggesting the probability of his being able to obtain Powder and Lead, on a private applicat ... S4-V3-P01-sp32-D0053, S4-V3-P01-sp32-D0053
23 Remarks on the Instructions S4-V3-P01-sp36-D0051, S4-V3-P01-sp36-D0051
24 Letter from the Governour to the Earl of Dartmouth S4-V3-P01-sp39-D0014, S4-V3-P01-sp39-D0014
25 Notes of Mr. Dickinson's Speech before the Assembly, on the 5th of December S4-V3-P01-sp39-D0016, S4-V3-P01-sp39-D0016
26 Letter from Colonel Bayley to Colonel Little: The importance of a road to Canada for the transportation of Troops and Munitions of War, and for the Fu ... S4-V4-P01-sp03-D0044, S4-V4-P01-sp03-D0044
27 Letter from the Committee of Secret Correspondence to Arthur Lee: The Congress desires to know the disposition of foreign Powers towards us, in this, ... S4-V4-P01-sp06-D0225, S4-V4-P01-sp06-D0225
28 Speech of John Derk Van der Capellan, upon the request of the King of Great Britain for the loan of the Scotch Brigade, in the Assembly of the States ... S4-V4-P01-sp08-D0019, S4-V4-P01-sp08-D0019
29 Letter from Dr. Franklin to M. Dumas: We have hitherto applied to no Foreign Power, but we wish to know if any one of them is disposed to step in for ... S4-V4-P01-sp12-D0001, S4-V4-P01-sp12-D0001
30 Extract of a Letter from London to a Gentleman in Virginia: Our connection with England ought to be dissolved. The Bill that has now passed Parliament ... S4-V4-P01-sp12-D0025, S4-V4-P01-sp12-D0025
31 Address of a British American to the Inhabitants of the United Colonies: Advises an immediate declaration of Independence S4-V4-P01-sp14-D0057, S4-V4-P01-sp14-D0057
32 An American, on the advantages to the cause, from the burning of Norfolk by the enemy S4-V4-P01-sp16-D0018, S4-V4-P01-sp16-D0018
33 Letter from General Greene to Samuel Ward: The King is determined, at all hazards, to carry his plan of despotism into execution, in his late Speech t ... S4-V4-P01-sp16-D0068, S4-V4-P01-sp16-D0068
34 Letter from Lord Germain to General Howe, in reply to his suggestions for the means of augmenting his Army for the next Campaign, and explaining the a ... S4-V4-P01-sp16-D0070, S4-V4-P01-sp16-D0070
35 Letter from M. Pelissier to the President of Congress, on the state of affairs in Canada S4-V4-P01-sp16-D0119, S4-V4-P01-sp16-D0119
36 Translation of M. Pelissier's Letter S4-V4-P01-sp16-D0121, S4-V4-P01-sp16-D0121
37 Common Sense-- I. Of the Origin and Design of Government in general, with concise Remarks on the English Constitution. II. Of Monarchy and Hereditary ... S4-V4-P01-sp16-D0206, S4-V4-P01-sp16-D0206
38 Address of an American, recommending the opening the Ports of the Colonies to all Nations except the British S4-V4-P01-sp22-D0045, S4-V4-P01-sp22-D0045
39 Letter from Gen. Schuyler to Governour Trumbull: Our brave little Corps before Quebeck hold their ground and continue the blockade S4-V4-P01-sp24-D0032, S4-V4-P01-sp24-D0032
40 Notes of information given by Captain John Hodge, who arrived last night from Lisbon S4-V4-P01-sp27-D0019, S4-V4-P01-sp27-D0019
41 Letter from Arthur Lee: The Ministry, if every thing favours them, may have about thirty thousand Men in America by the first of June, they have found ... S4-V4-P01-sp28-D0002, S4-V4-P01-sp28-D0002
42 Letter from P. Begozzat to the New-Hampshire Committee of Safety, offering his services in procuring what may be required for the Colonies at Martinle ... S4-V4-P01-sp28-D0019, S4-V4-P01-sp28-D0019
43 Salus Popall to the Freemen of the Province of Pennsylvania, in favor of Independence S4-V4-P01-sp28-D0028, S4-V4-P01-sp28-D0028
44 Questions and Answers on the Independence of the Colonies S4-V4-P01-sp28-D0081, S4-V4-P01-sp28-D0081
45 Letter from Major Hawley to Elbridge Gerry: Independence is the only way to union and harmony, to rigour and despatch in business, it will open to us ... S4-V4-P01-sp28-D0166, S4-V4-P01-sp28-D0166
46 Letter to the Author of Common Sense: Suggests that, in forming the new Government, besides the present thirteen United Colonies, Quebeck and Nova-Sco ... S4-V4-P01-sp33-D0023, S4-V4-P01-sp33-D0023
47 Plain Hints On the Condition of the Colonies S4-V4-P01-sp33-D0073, S4-V4-P01-sp33-D0073
48 Letter from the Committee of Secret Correspondence of the Congress to Silas Deane: General Instructions for his proceedings on his arrival in France S4-V5-P01-sp02-D0084, S4-V5-P01-sp02-D0084
49 Candidus, on Independence S4-V5-P01-sp06-D0013, S4-V5-P01-sp06-D0013
50 Dialogue in a wood, near Philadelphia, between the Ghost of General Montgomery and a Delegate in the Congress S4-V5-P01-sp06-D0097, S4-V5-P01-sp06-D0097
51 Mementoes for the Americans S4-V5-P01-sp06-D0234, S4-V5-P01-sp06-D0234
52 An American to the People of Virginia: On the treatment the Colonies have received from Great Britain: Independence should be declared, the ports open ... S4-V5-P01-sp06-D0289, S4-V5-P01-sp06-D0289
53 Cato to the People of Pennsylvania: On the improbability of receiving assistance from foreign powers, and against Independence S4-V5-P01-sp08-D0236, S4-V5-P01-sp08-D0236
54 Letter from General Schuyler to General Washington S4-V5-P01-sp08-D0246, S4-V5-P01-sp08-D0246
55 Cato's fifth Letter to the People of Pennsylvania: Against seeking foreign aid S4-V5-P01-sp08-D0296, S4-V5-P01-sp08-D0296
56 Letter addressed to Cato, Cassandra, and all the writers on the Independent controversy S4-V5-P01-sp08-D0313, S4-V5-P01-sp08-D0313
57 Letter to the President of Congress: The English Minister at Paris has attached to his interests many French there, who are pretended friends of Ameri ... S4-V5-P01-sp13-D0102, S4-V5-P01-sp13-D0102
58 Cassandra to Cato: Letter 2 S4-V5-P01-sp15-D0008, S4-V5-P01-sp15-D0008
59 Apr.15, Letter from Arthur Lee: The British Ministry are apprized of all the Ships which have been sent to the different ports of France for supplies ... S4-V5-P01-sp15-D0030, S4-V5-P01-sp15-D0030
60 Reasons for a declaration of the Independence of the American Colonies S4-V5-P01-sp15-D0145, S4-V5-P01-sp15-D0145
61 Serious Questions addressed to the Congress and all other Legislative bodies in America S4-V5-P01-sp17-D0032, S4-V5-P01-sp17-D0032
62 Ordinance prohibiting the supplying the English Colonies in America with warlike Stores from the Low Countries S4-V5-P01-sp17-D0104, S4-V5-P01-sp17-D0104
63 Letter from C. W. F. Duress to Dr. Franklin:He has submitted his credentials and the propositions of the American Congress to the French Minister at t ... S4-V5-P01-sp19-D0004, S4-V5-P01-sp19-D0004
64 Hampden to the People of Virginia, against Independence S4-V5-P01-sp19-D0034, S4-V5-P01-sp19-D0034
65 Instructions of the Freeholders of Buckingham County, Virginia, to their Delegates in Convention: They are as far as their voices will contribute to c ... S4-V5-P01-sp19-D0138, S4-V5-P01-sp19-D0138
66 Protest S4-V6-P01-sp01-D0004, S4-V6-P01-sp01-D0004
67 Debate -- Mr. Hartley, Mr. Fielde, Sir M. W. Ridley, Lord North, Amendment proposed by Mr. Powys, Debate -- Mr. Cornwall, Mr. Charles Fox, Mr. Henry D ... S4-V6-P01-sp01-D0009, S4-V6-P01-sp01-D0009
68 Hanoverian Troops S4-V6-P01-sp01-D0010, S4-V6-P01-sp01-D0010
69 Debate -- Mr. Hartley, Mr. Charles Turner, Viscount Mountstuart, Mr. Dunning, Sir George Yonge, Mr. Rigby, Colonel Barr S4-V6-P01-sp04-D0003, S4-V6-P01-sp04-D0003
70 Mr. Penn's examination by the House S4-V6-P01-sp08-D0004, S4-V6-P01-sp08-D0004
71 Motion made that the Bill be committed, Debate -- Lord North, Thomas Walpole, Mr. Cornwall, Mr. Dunning, Mr. Fitzpatrick, Mr. Fox, Mr. Attorney-Genera ... S4-V6-P01-sp13-D0003, S4-V6-P01-sp13-D0003
72 Read the second time, and moved to commit the Bill, Debate -- Duke of Manchester, Lord Lyttleton, Duke of Richmond, Lord Lyttleton, Duke of Richmond, ... S4-V6-P01-sp13-D0009, S4-V6-P01-sp13-D0009
73 Treaties presented to the House by Lord North S4-V6-P01-sp19-D0001, S4-V6-P01-sp19-D0001
74 Treaty with the Duke of Brunswick, signed January 9, 1776 S4-V6-P01-sp19-D0002, S4-V6-P01-sp19-D0002
75 Treaty with the Landgrave of Hesse Cassel, signed January 15, 1776 S4-V6-P01-sp19-D0003, S4-V6-P01-sp19-D0003
76 Treaty with the Hereditary Prince of Hesse Cassel, signed February 5, 1776 S4-V6-P01-sp19-D0004, S4-V6-P01-sp19-D0004
77 Motion by Lord North, that the Treaties be referred to the Committee of Supplies, Debate -- Lord North, Mr. Cornwall, Lord Irnham, Mr. Seymour, Mr. D. ... S4-V6-P01-sp19-D0005, S4-V6-P01-sp19-D0005
78 Resolutions for granting the Supplies reported to the House, Debate -- Colonel Barr S4-V6-P01-sp19-D0006, S4-V6-P01-sp19-D0006
79 The Treaties laid before the House S4-V6-P01-sp19-D0007, S4-V6-P01-sp19-D0007
80 Motion by the Duke of Richmon, for an Address to the King, to stop the march of the Hessian, Hanau, and Brunswick Troops, and for a suspension of host ... S4-V6-P01-sp19-D0008, S4-V6-P01-sp19-D0008
81 Debate -- Duke of RichmondEarl of Suffolk, Earl of Coventry, Earl of Carlisle, Duke of Cumberland, Duke of Chandos, Duke of Manchester, Earl of Effing ... S4-V6-P01-sp19-D0009, S4-V6-P01-sp19-D0009
82 Motion by Mr. Temple Luttrell, for Returns of the Navy, Debate -- Mr. Temple Luttrell, Sir Hugh Palliser, Lord Mulgrave, Governour Johnstone, Mr. W. H ... S4-V6-P01-sp20-D0001, S4-V6-P01-sp20-D0001
83 Debate -- Duke of Grafton, Earl of Dartmouth, Duke of Manchester, Earl of Sandwich, Duke of Richmond, Earl of Sandwich, Earl of Dartmouth, Earl of Hil ... S4-V6-P01-sp23-D0001, S4-V6-P01-sp23-D0001
84 Mr. Hartley's motions on the Expenses of the War, Debate -- Mr. Hartley, Lord North, Mr. James Luttrell, Lord John Cavendish, Mr. Hartley, Motions rej ... S4-V6-P01-sp24-D0001, S4-V6-P01-sp24-D0001
85 Treaty with the Prince of Waldeck, signed April 20th, 1776, presented to the house by Lord North S4-V6-P01-sp25-D0002, S4-V6-P01-sp25-D0002
86 Ulterior Convention with the Hereditary Prince of Hesse Cassel, concluded April 25, 1776, presented to the House by Lord North S4-V6-P01-sp26-D0001, S4-V6-P01-sp26-D0001
87 Motion for an Address to the King for the Despatches from General Howe and Admiral Shuldham, Debate -- Duke of Manchester, Earl of Suffolk, Marquis of ... S4-V6-P01-sp28-D0001, S4-V6-P01-sp28-D0001
88 Lord John Cavendish, Lord North, Mr. Burke, Mr. Vyner, Lord North, Mr. Fox, Mr. Adam, Mr.T. Townshed, Lord George Germaine, Colonel Barr S4-V6-P01-sp30-D0003, S4-V6-P01-sp30-D0003
89 St. James Chronicle S4-V6-P01-sp30-D0004, S4-V6-P01-sp30-D0004
90 Letter from Charles W.F. Dumas to the Committee of Secret Correspondence S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0130, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0130
91 Adddress and Instructions of the Freeholders of Buckingham County, Virginia, to Charles Patteson and John Cabell, their Delegates in Convention: State ... S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0159, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0159
92 Letter from London to a gentleman in Philadelphia: Should America declare Independence, France and other Powers of Europe will give her immediate assi ... S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0251, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0251
93 Letter from Elbridge Gerry to James Warren: The delay of Congress in agitating questions which long since must have terminated in a separation from Gr ... S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0271, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0271
94 Letter from the Secret Committee of Congress to Captain Hodge: Instructions for his government in his voyage to Europe, to procure from foreign countr ... S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0493, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0493
95 Letter from Arthur Lee to the Committee of Secret Correspondence S4-V6-P02-sp04-D0044, S4-V6-P02-sp04-D0044
96 Instructions of Assembly of Pennsylvania to their Delegates in Congress: Removing the restrictions laid upon them by the Instructions of last November ... S4-V6-P02-sp08-D0024, S4-V6-P02-sp08-D0024
97 Letter from Barbue Dubourg to Dr. Franklin: Has had successful efforts in the cause of the Americans with the Court of France S4-V6-P02-sp08-D0063, S4-V6-P02-sp08-D0063
98 Letter from Barbue Dubourg to Dr. Franklin: Has had successful efforts in the cause of the Americans with the Court of France S4-V6-P02-sp08-D0064, S4-V6-P02-sp08-D0064
99 Letter from Elbridge Gerry to James Warren:The question of Independence was yesterday postponed to give the Assemblies of the Middle Colonies an oppor ... S4-V6-P02-sp08-D0132, S4-V6-P02-sp08-D0132
100 Letter from James Warren to Elbridge Gerry: More than one-half of the Representatives in the Assembly of Massachusetts are instructed fully in favour ... S4-V6-P02-sp08-D0162, S4-V6-P02-sp08-D0162

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