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1 Letter from Dr. Franklin to his son, giving a history of his private negotiations in London, for a settlement of the difficulties between the Colonies ... S4-V2-P01-sp07-D0015, S4-V2-P01-sp07-D0015
2 Humble Address, Remonstrance and Petition of the Lord Mayor, Aldermen and Livery of London to the King S4-V2-P01-sp32-D0476, S4-V2-P01-sp32-D0476
3 Extract of a Letter to an Officer in Boston S4-V3-P01-sp03-D0084, S4-V3-P01-sp03-D0084
4 Address to the King Moved by Lord Townshend, Amendment Proposed by the Marquis of Rockingham, Debate, Amendment Rejected, Motion for Addressed Agreed ... S4-V6-P01-sp01-D0003, S4-V6-P01-sp01-D0003
5 Letter from Dennis De Berdt to Joseph Reed S5-V1-P01-sp01-D0001, S5-V1-P01-sp01-D0001
6 Letter from Colonel Guy Johnson to Lord George Germaine: Arrived at Staten-Island on the 29th of July, sends the best intelligence he can procure resp ... S5-V1-P01-sp06-D1331, S5-V1-P01-sp06-D1331
7 Letter from Governour Tryon to Lord George Germaine: The confederated Colonies have declared themselves independent States.The whole armament, except ... S5-V1-P01-sp06-D1550, S5-V1-P01-sp06-D1550
8 Letter from Claude Crespigny to Ralph Izard: The Court at St. James's laugh at the Declaration of Independence, in their exultation they will not choo ... S5-V1-P01-sp06-D2031, S5-V1-P01-sp06-D2031
9 Letter from Ralph Izard, in England, to Claude Crespigny: The Ministry are fully persuaded that Mr. Howe will winter in Philadelphia S5-V1-P01-sp06-D2245, S5-V1-P01-sp06-D2245
10 Letter from Lord Dunmore to Lord George Germain: A malignant fever has carried off many of his people, especially the blacks, But for this, is satisfi ... S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0006, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0006
11 Letter from William Lee to C. F. W. Dumas: The Declaration of Independence has totally changed the nature of the contest with America, it is now, on t ... S5-V2-P01-sp07-D0242, S5-V2-P01-sp07-D0242
12 Declaration of Lord Howe and Sir William Howe S5-V2-P01-sp07-D0568, S5-V2-P01-sp07-D0568
13 Letter from Arthur Lee to C. W. F. Duress: Characters of men prominent at the British Court S5-V2-P01-sp07-D0682, S5-V2-P01-sp07-D0682
14 Declaration S5-V2-P01-sp09-D0053, S5-V2-P01-sp09-D0053
15 Address of Thanks of the King moved by the Earl of Carlisle, Motion for an Address of Thanks seconded by Earl Fauconberg, Amendment to the Address of ... S5-V3-P02-sp01-D0002, S5-V3-P02-sp01-D0002
16 House of Commons--Address of Thanks. Address of Thanks moved by Mr. Neville, The motion seconded by Mr. Hutton, Amendment moved by Lord John Cavendish ... S5-V3-P02-sp01-D0005, S5-V3-P02-sp01-D0005
17 The Address presented S5-V3-P02-sp01-D0007, S5-V3-P02-sp01-D0007
18 Anonymous Address to the Right Honorable Lord Viscount Howe S5-V3-P03-sp03-D0071, S5-V3-P03-sp03-D0071