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1 Letter from Doctor Richard Peters to Henry Wilmot, London. History of the purchase, by Pennsylvania, under the Indian Deed of 1754, of the Lands west ... S4-V1-P03-sp04-D0004, S4-V1-P03-sp04-D0004
2 Extracts of private Letters from London, printed on the back of the Boston Port Bill, and circulated in New-York, on the 14th of May, enclosed to the ... S4-V1-P03-sp05-D0002, S4-V1-P03-sp05-D0002
3 April 8th S4-V1-P03-sp05-D0003, S4-V1-P03-sp05-D0003
4 Meeting called for the 19th, to approve of the Committee nominated on the 16th S4-V1-P03-sp06-D0002, S4-V1-P03-sp06-D0002
5 Letter from Governour Penn to the Earl of Dartmouth. An Express despatched to Philadelphia, from Boston, with a proposal to stop all Trade with Great ... S4-V1-P03-sp11-D0018, S4-V1-P03-sp11-D0018
6 Letter from Governour Franklin, Burlington, to the Earl of Dartmouth. Difficult to foresee what will be the consequences of the Boston Port Act. The M ... S4-V1-P03-sp11-D0019, S4-V1-P03-sp11-D0019
7 Letter from Governour Gage to the Earl of Dartmouth. Doubtful whether the other Colonies will give Boston any thing but good words. The violent seem t ... S4-V1-P03-sp11-D0021, S4-V1-P03-sp11-D0021
8 Letter from Lieutenant Governour Colden, New-York, to the Earl of Dartmouth. At the time the Boston Port Bill was received in New-York, the men who ca ... S4-V1-P03-sp11-D0025, S4-V1-P03-sp11-D0025
9 Letter from Major General Haldimand, New-York, to the Earl of Dartmouth. Since the late vigorous measures of Parliament, the loyal Inhabitants fear no ... S4-V1-P03-sp11-D0026, S4-V1-P03-sp11-D0026
10 Report from Williamsburg S4-V1-P03-sp11-D0028, S4-V1-P03-sp11-D0028
11 Letter from the Earl of Dunmore, Williamsburg, to the Earl of Dartmouth. Cannot tell to what lengths the People of Virginia will be induced to proceed ... S4-V1-P03-sp11-D0050, S4-V1-P03-sp11-D0050
12 Letter from Charlestown, South Carolina, to a Gentleman of New-York. Merchants now generally in favour of Non-Importation S4-V1-P03-sp11-D0087, S4-V1-P03-sp11-D0087
13 Letter from Governour Franklin, Burlington, to the Earl of Dartmouth. Transmits a copy of the Resolutions adopted at the Meeting in Essex County. Has ... S4-V1-P03-sp11-D0108, S4-V1-P03-sp11-D0108
14 Letter from Boston to New-York. Attempts to procure an Agreement to pay for the Tea, defeated S4-V1-P03-sp11-D0110, S4-V1-P03-sp11-D0110
15 Letters from southern parts of North Carolina. Inhabitants there, recommend that Collections be set on foot throughout the Continent for relief of the ... S4-V1-P03-sp11-D0112, S4-V1-P03-sp11-D0112
16 Letter from Governour Gage to the Earl of Dartmouth. The General Court dissolved by Proclamation outside of the door. Several Gentlemen, encouraged by ... S4-V1-P03-sp11-D0136, S4-V1-P03-sp11-D0136
17 Indian Intelligence. Traders on the Muskingum safe the Shawanese had taken great pains in protecting them. Shawanese quiet. A party of Mingoes out gon ... S4-V1-P03-sp12-D0014, S4-V1-P03-sp12-D0014
18 The report that the Constitutional Post Rider between Philadelphia and Baltimore, with a large sum of money entrusted to his care, had absconded, is u ... S4-V1-P03-sp14-D0011, S4-V1-P03-sp14-D0011
19 Opinions in London of the state of affairs in the Colonies. The faction in Boston composed of Smuggling Companies, Mechanicks, Merchants indebted in E ... S4-V1-P03-sp15-D0004, S4-V1-P03-sp15-D0004
20 Letter from a Gentleman in London, to his Correspondent in Philadelphia S4-V1-P03-sp15-D0007, S4-V1-P03-sp15-D0007
21 Letter from a Gentleman in Bristol, England, to his friend in Philadelphia. Publick opinion in England strong against America. Nothing but firmness on ... S4-V1-P03-sp21-D0007, S4-V1-P03-sp21-D0007
22 Letter from Governour Gage to the Earl of Dartmouth. Merchants have not repeated their attempts to comply with the Port Bill, with the spirit he hoped ... S4-V1-P03-sp21-D0008, S4-V1-P03-sp21-D0008
23 Letter from London to a Gentleman in Philadelphia. The storm against Doctor Franklin much abated. Opinions in England on the late measures against Ame ... S4-V1-P03-sp21-D0019, S4-V1-P03-sp21-D0019
24 Letter from Governour Gage to the Earl of Dartmouth S4-V1-P03-sp21-D0031, S4-V1-P03-sp21-D0031
25 Letter received in Philadelphia from London. Resolutions of Philadelphia, Maryland, and Virginia, esteemed very inoffensive, and as the mere ebullitio ... S4-V1-P03-sp21-D0036, S4-V1-P03-sp21-D0036
26 Letter from a Gentleman, in London, to his Correspondent in Williamsburg. Policy of the Ministry to attack one Colony at a time. America has no friend ... S4-V1-P03-sp23-D0022, S4-V1-P03-sp23-D0022
27 Letter from Thaddeus Burr, in Boston, to Governour Trumbull S4-V1-P03-sp23-D0029, S4-V1-P03-sp23-D0029
28 Further account of Mr. Peters S4-V1-P03-sp23-D0030, S4-V1-P03-sp23-D0030
29 Letter from the Reverend Samuel Peters, in Boston, to his mother, in Hebron S4-V1-P03-sp23-D0031, S4-V1-P03-sp23-D0031
30 Letter from Governour Sir James Wright to the Earl of Dartmouth. Everything was done that could be thought of to frustrate the attempt of the Liberty ... S4-V1-P03-sp23-D0049, S4-V1-P03-sp23-D0049
31 Letter from Governour Gage to the Earl of Dartmouth. The whole Province in commotion popular fury never greater than at present. In Worcester they kee ... S4-V1-P03-sp25-D0010, S4-V1-P03-sp25-D0010
32 An account of the manner in which the Donations for the support of the Poor of Boston has been applied S4-V1-P03-sp25-D0011, S4-V1-P03-sp25-D0011
33 Letter from Governour Wentworth to the Earl of Dartmouth. Delegates to the Congress, from New-Hampshire, elected. State of affairs in the Province S4-V1-P03-sp25-D0014, S4-V1-P03-sp25-D0014
34 Letter from Governour Gage to the Earl of Dartmouth. State of the Colonies much changed since Mr. Hutchinson left America. Several of the Counsellors ... S4-V1-P03-sp25-D0031, S4-V1-P03-sp25-D0031
35 Letter from a Gentleman, in London, to his Correspondent in New-York. Disputes of the New-York Committee published in all the London papers, and have ... S4-V1-P03-sp25-D0035, S4-V1-P03-sp25-D0035
36 Letter from William Cooper to Israel Putnam, Chairman of the Committee of Correspondence for Brooklyn, in Connecticut S4-V1-P03-sp25-D0057, S4-V1-P03-sp25-D0057
37 Letter from Governour Gage to the Earl of Dartmouth. The Country People are exercising in Arms. In Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode Island, and t ... S4-V1-P03-sp27-D0001, S4-V1-P03-sp27-D0001
38 Letter from Governour Gage to the Earl of Dartmouth. The Carpenters in New-York refuse to come to Boston to build the Barracks, but the Boston Artific ... S4-V1-P03-sp27-D0012, S4-V1-P03-sp27-D0012
39 Letter from Lieutenant Governour Colden to the Earl of Dartmouth. Several of the Counties in the Province refused to unite with the New-York Committee ... S4-V1-P03-sp27-D0031, S4-V1-P03-sp27-D0031
40 Letter from Sir James Wright to the Earl of Dartmouth. Protests and Dissents of the People in different parts of the Province, show that they are agai ... S4-V1-P03-sp29-D0007, S4-V1-P03-sp29-D0007
41 Letter from Governour Gage to the Earl of Dartmouth. Additional Troops expected from Quebeck, New-York, and Newfoundland. Despairs of any overtures fo ... S4-V1-P03-sp32-D0010, S4-V1-P03-sp32-D0010
42 Extract of a Letter from a Gentleman in New-York to his Friend in Annapolis, Dated September 7, 1774 S4-V1-P03-sp34-D0003, S4-V1-P03-sp34-D0003
43 Extract of a Letter Written at Boston, September 29, 1774 S4-V1-P03-sp34-D0004, S4-V1-P03-sp34-D0004
44 Letter from Israel Putnam, October 3, 1774 S4-V1-P03-sp34-D0005, S4-V1-P03-sp34-D0005
45 Letter from Colonel Charles Lee to the Duke of -- . All orders of men, throughout the Colonies, are enthusiastick in the cause of Freedom. The People ... S4-V1-P03-sp34-D0010, S4-V1-P03-sp34-D0010
46 Letter from Governour Gage to the Earl of Dartmouth. The Provincial Congress, it is reported, had in agitation the embodying of fifteen thousand Men, ... S4-V1-P03-sp34-D0011, S4-V1-P03-sp34-D0011
47 Letter from Governour Gage to the Earl of Dartmouth. The Provincial Congress, it is reported, had in agitation the embodying of fifteen thousand Men, ... S4-V1-P03-sp34-D0012, S4-V1-P03-sp34-D0012
48 Letter from Josiah Quincy to Josiah Quincy, Jun. S4-V1-P03-sp34-D0013, S4-V1-P03-sp34-D0013
49 Address of the Grand Jury for the County of Essex, in New-Jersey, to Frederick Smith, Chief Justice of the Province S4-V1-P03-sp34-D0015, S4-V1-P03-sp34-D0015
50 Letter from the Earl of Dartmouth to Lieutenant Governour Colden. Requires him to be particularly attentive to prevent the importation of Gunpowder: h ... S4-V1-P03-sp34-D0018, S4-V1-P03-sp34-D0018
51 Letter from Arthur St. Clair to Governour Penn. Report of the Battle between the Indians and Colonel Lewis S4-V1-P03-sp36-D0001, S4-V1-P03-sp36-D0001
52 Letter from Lieutenant Governour Colden to the Earl of Dartmouth. The Congress broke up last week. Their measures do not meet with applause in New-Yor ... S4-V1-P03-sp36-D0004, S4-V1-P03-sp36-D0004
53 Letter from an Officer at Boston, to his friend in Edinburgh. The Faction at Boston is very low. All ranks of People are heartily tired of disorder an ... S4-V1-P03-sp36-D0005, S4-V1-P03-sp36-D0005
54 Letter from Joseph Reed to Josiah Quincy, Jun. The Quakers have directed their members not to serve on the Committee for carrying into effect the Asso ... S4-V1-P03-sp36-D0014, S4-V1-P03-sp36-D0014
55 Letter from Dr. Joseph Warren, to Josiah Quincy, Jun. It is the united voice of America, to preserve their Freedom, or lose their lives in defence of ... S4-V1-P03-sp36-D0052, S4-V1-P03-sp36-D0052
56 Letter from Red Stone. Causes of the Indian War traced from the Treaty made by Colonel Bouquet, with the Shawanese, in 1764, to the attack of Captain ... S4-V1-P03-sp38-D0014, S4-V1-P03-sp38-D0014
57 Letter from London to a Gentleman in New-York. First information of the Resolves of the Congress of the States of America S4-V1-P03-sp40-D0001, S4-V1-P03-sp40-D0001
58 Letter from Lieutenant Governour Colden to the Earl of Dartmouth. Proceedings in New-York on the Resolutions of Congress. Dispute between the smuggler ... S4-V1-P03-sp40-D0011, S4-V1-P03-sp40-D0011
59 Letter from Arthur Lee to Richard Henry Lee S4-V1-P03-sp40-D0027, S4-V1-P03-sp40-D0027
60 Letter from Governour Gage to the Earl of Dartmouth S4-V1-P03-sp40-D0040, S4-V1-P03-sp40-D0040
61 Letter received in London from an Officer in Boston. It is believed, from certain circumstances, that General Gage means to strike some stroke of impo ... S4-V1-P03-sp40-D0045, S4-V1-P03-sp40-D0045
62 Letter from Lieutenant Governour Bull to the Earl of Dartmouth S4-V1-P03-sp40-D0047, S4-V1-P03-sp40-D0047
63 Letter from a Gentleman in Boston to Mr. Rivington. Account of the proceedings at Portsmouth, in New-Hampshire, and the capture of Fort William and Ma ... S4-V1-P03-sp40-D0056, S4-V1-P03-sp40-D0056
64 Letter from Arthur Lee to Richard Henry Lee S4-V1-P03-sp40-D0063, S4-V1-P03-sp40-D0063
65 Letter from London to a Gentleman in Virginia. The universal approbation the Proceedings of the Congress meets with in England, has disconcerted the M ... S4-V1-P03-sp40-D0078, S4-V1-P03-sp40-D0078
66 Letter from Governour Eden to the Earl of Dartmouth. The People of Maryland will undergo any hardship, rather than submit to the Tax on Tea, and will ... S4-V1-P03-sp40-D0087, S4-V1-P03-sp40-D0087
67 Letter from London to a Merchant in New-York. Proceedings of the Congress has alarmed Lord North S4-V1-P03-sp40-D0098, S4-V1-P03-sp40-D0098
68 Letter from London to a Gentleman in Virginia. Meetings of Merchants and Planters. The West India Planters fear nothing, if the American Acts are not ... S4-V1-P03-sp40-D0103, S4-V1-P03-sp40-D0103
69 Letter from Lieutenant Governour Colden to the Earl of Dartmouth. If he finds there is not a majority of the Assembly, which meets on the 11th in fayo ... S4-V1-P03-sp40-D0113, S4-V1-P03-sp40-D0113
70 Letter from the Committee of Correspondence, at Newport, in Rhode-Island, to the Philadelphia Committee. The Association strictly adhered to by the Me ... S4-V1-P03-sp40-D0119, S4-V1-P03-sp40-D0119
71 Letters at Charlestown, from West Florida, with information of the state of Indian affairs there S4-V1-P03-sp40-D0120, S4-V1-P03-sp40-D0120
72 Memorial of Colonel Thomas Ord, for a location of five thousand acres of Land in New-York, for his services, enclosed in the foregoing Letter S4-V1-P03-sp40-D0124, S4-V1-P03-sp40-D0124
73 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-D0128, S4-V1-P03-sp40-D0128
74 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
75 Letter from Hartford, in Connecticut, to a Gentleman at New-York. The Governour and Council met on the 4th, and have ordered Powder and Lead to be pur ... S4-V1-P03-sp44-D0005, S4-V1-P03-sp44-D0005
76 Letter from Bristol, in England, to a Gentleman in New-York S4-V1-P03-sp44-D0006, S4-V1-P03-sp44-D0006
77 Meeting of the West India Merchants and Planters, in London, assembled to deliberate on the measures necessary to be pursued on this very important cr ... S4-V1-P03-sp44-D0018, S4-V1-P03-sp44-D0018
78 Letter from Montreal. Parties in Canada S4-V1-P03-sp46-D0003, S4-V1-P03-sp46-D0003
79 Letter from Samuel Adams, Chairman of the Committee to receive Donations for the Sufferers in Boston S4-V1-P03-sp46-D0013, S4-V1-P03-sp46-D0013
80 Letter from Connecticut to a Gentleman of New-York. Preparations of the Governour and Council to supply the Colony with Ammunition and Arms S4-V1-P03-sp46-D0017, S4-V1-P03-sp46-D0017
81 Letter from Philadelphia to a Gentleman in New-York, The Addresses to Governour Colden has had a great effect in Pennsylvania: the New-York Assembly i ... S4-V1-P03-sp46-D0024, S4-V1-P03-sp46-D0024
82 Address to the People of America. The leaders in the Colonies aim at Independence. The consequences of their obtaining an Independent Republick consid ... S4-V1-P03-sp46-D0029, S4-V1-P03-sp46-D0029
83 Letter from New-York to a Gentleman in Annapolis. A motion made in the Assembly of New-York, this day, for examining the Proceedings of the Congress, ... S4-V1-P03-sp46-D0030, S4-V1-P03-sp46-D0030
84 Letter from Baltimore to a Gentleman in New-York. From the late conduct of the Council and Assembly of New-York, the happiest consequences to the coun ... S4-V1-P03-sp46-D0033, S4-V1-P03-sp46-D0033
85 Letter from New-York, to a Gentleman in Boston. There is now no chance of the Assembly's aiding or abetting the Congress. The friends of Government ar ... S4-V1-P03-sp46-D0046, S4-V1-P03-sp46-D0046
86 Letter from London, to a Gentleman in Philadelphia. Does not know how soon communication with the Colonies may be cut off by hostilities. The American ... S4-V1-P03-sp46-D0055, S4-V1-P03-sp46-D0055
87 Address presented to General Gage, from Six Towns in Plymouth County, Massachusetts S4-V1-P03-sp46-D0066, S4-V1-P03-sp46-D0066
88 Letter from London to a Gentleman in Virginia. Parliament have declared Massachusetts in rebellion, Americans must now look firmly forward. Submission ... S4-V1-P03-sp46-D0074, S4-V1-P03-sp46-D0074
89 Letter from London to a Gentleman in Virginia. Parliament have declared Massachusetts in rebellion, Americans must now look firmly forward. Submission ... S4-V1-P03-sp46-D0075, S4-V1-P03-sp46-D0075
90 Letter from London to a Gentleman in New-York. Determination of the King, and preparations in England, to make the Colonies submit S4-V1-P03-sp46-D0076, S4-V1-P03-sp46-D0076
91 Letter from London to a Gentleman in New-York. All hopes of conciliation between England and her Colonies, are entirely at an end. The King and Parlia ... S4-V1-P03-sp46-D0077, S4-V1-P03-sp46-D0077
92 Information received at Williamsburg, from the Indian Frontiers, and from Pittsburgh S4-V1-P03-sp46-D0078, S4-V1-P03-sp46-D0078
93 Letter from Philadelphia to a Gentleman in New-York, February 20. Proceedings in regard to the Letter said to be from Kent County, in Delaware S4-V1-P03-sp46-D0089, S4-V1-P03-sp46-D0089
94 Two Inhabitants of Ridgefield not permitted to remain for the night in Wethersfield, but sent back to Ridgefield, under an escort S4-V1-P03-sp46-D0096, S4-V1-P03-sp46-D0096
95 Letter from Governour Gage to the Earl of Dartmouth S4-V1-P03-sp46-D0108, S4-V1-P03-sp46-D0108
96 Letter from Boston, to a Gentleman in New-York. The Provincial Congress, distracted and divided in opinion, seperated without doing any thing more tha ... S4-V1-P03-sp46-D0111, S4-V1-P03-sp46-D0111
97 Letter to the Colonies of Connecticut, Rhode-Island, and New-Hampshire S4-V1-P03-sp50-D0061, S4-V1-P03-sp50-D0061
98 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
99 The King's Speech, reported to the House, by the Speaker. Address of Thanks to the King, moved by Lord Beauchamp. Amendment offered by Lord John Caven ... S4-V1-P04-sp01-D0010, S4-V1-P04-sp01-D0010
100 Provisional Act for settling the Troubles in America, and for asserting the Supreme Legislative authority and superintending power of Great Britain ov ... S4-V1-P04-sp04-D0001, S4-V1-P04-sp04-D0001

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