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1 Extract of a Letter from a Member of the Virginia Convention to a Friend in Philadelphia: Some seem alarmed at the name of Independence, while they su ... S4-V4-P01-sp28-D0146, S4-V4-P01-sp28-D0146
2 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
3 Address of Rationalis to the Inhabitants of Pennsylvania, in answer to Common Sense, and against Independence S4-V4-P01-sp33-D0075, S4-V4-P01-sp33-D0075
4 Salus Populi to the People of Pennsylvania: On Independence and a United Continental Legislature S4-V5-P01-sp06-D0042, S4-V5-P01-sp06-D0042
5 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
6 Cato to the People of Pennsylvania, Letter II: Urges the propriety of receiving and treating with the Commissioners appointed by Great Britain: Many w ... S4-V5-P01-sp06-D0209, S4-V5-P01-sp06-D0209
7 Plain Hints: On the connection between the Colonies and Great Britain. The Colonies are not bound by duty or gratitude to continue it S4-V5-P01-sp06-D0256, S4-V5-P01-sp06-D0256
8 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
9 Cassandra to Cato: On the treatment the Colonies have received from Great Britain S4-V5-P01-sp08-D0085, S4-V5-P01-sp08-D0085
10 Cato to the People of Pennsylvania: Arguments in favour of reconciliation with England, and against Independence S4-V5-P01-sp08-D0104, S4-V5-P01-sp08-D0104
11 Address to the freeborn Sons of America in general, and of Connecticut in particular: As American Independence is seriously thought of as an event nea ... S4-V5-P01-sp08-D0116, S4-V5-P01-sp08-D0116
12 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
13 Cato's fifth Letter to the People of Pennsylvania: Against seeking foreign aid S4-V5-P01-sp08-D0296, S4-V5-P01-sp08-D0296
14 Letter addressed to Cato, Cassandra, and all the writers on the Independent controversy S4-V5-P01-sp08-D0313, S4-V5-P01-sp08-D0313
15 Plan of the American compact, by An English American S4-V5-P01-sp13-D0088, S4-V5-P01-sp13-D0088
16 A Planter's Address to the Inhabitants of Virginia: There is now no other alternative than independence or submission S4-V5-P01-sp13-D0117, S4-V5-P01-sp13-D0117
17 An Address to the Inhabitants of New-York advising an open assertion of Independence with manly boldness S4-V5-P01-sp13-D0216, S4-V5-P01-sp13-D0216
18 Letter to Alexander Purdie, on the necessity of declaring Independence S4-V5-P01-sp13-D0225, S4-V5-P01-sp13-D0225
19 Apr.13, Address of a Planter to the Inhabitants of Virginia: The time for action has arrived the enemy has set the example of treating at the point of ... S4-V5-P01-sp15-D0003, S4-V5-P01-sp15-D0003
20 Queries offered to the Freeholders and People of Virginia at large S4-V5-P01-sp15-D0004, S4-V5-P01-sp15-D0004
21 Reply to the remarks of Rationalis on Common Sense S4-V5-P01-sp15-D0109, S4-V5-P01-sp15-D0109
22 Reasons for a declaration of the Independence of the American Colonies S4-V5-P01-sp15-D0145, S4-V5-P01-sp15-D0145
23 Review of the Proceedings in the Congress and in the Colonies, relating to Independence:Conventions and Assemblies of Maryland, Pennsylvania, New-Jers ... S4-V5-P01-sp15-D0185, S4-V5-P01-sp15-D0185
24 Address of a settled Citizen to the People of Pennsylvania, on the present state of public affairs, against Independence S4-V5-P01-sp15-D0202, S4-V5-P01-sp15-D0202
25 Letter from Thomas Stone to Daniel of St. Thomas Jenifer: If the Commissioners do not arrive soon to effect a reconciliation a separation will most un ... S4-V5-P01-sp15-D0229, S4-V5-P01-sp15-D0229
26 Cain to the People of Pennsylvania: Letter 8 S4-V5-P01-sp15-D0233, S4-V5-P01-sp15-D0233
27 Serious Questions addressed to the Congress and all other Legislative bodies in America S4-V5-P01-sp17-D0032, S4-V5-P01-sp17-D0032
28 Letter from John Adams to General Gates: It requires a faith which can remove mountains to believe that liberty and safety can ever hereafter be enjoy ... S4-V5-P01-sp17-D0058, S4-V5-P01-sp17-D0058
29 Apr.27,Letter from Cassandra to Cato: He should either point out a complete remedy for the existing evils, and prove it more easily attainable than a ... S4-V5-P01-sp17-D0061, S4-V5-P01-sp17-D0061
30 Address of an Elector to the Free and Independent Electors of Philadelphia S4-V5-P01-sp17-D0109, S4-V5-P01-sp17-D0109
31 Address to the People of Massachusetts, on the question, "Submission, Reconciliation, or Independence ?" S4-V5-P01-sp19-D0003, S4-V5-P01-sp19-D0003
32 Civis to the Freeholders and Electors of the City of Philadelphia S4-V5-P01-sp19-D0012, S4-V5-P01-sp19-D0012
33 Address to Electors and Freeholders of the City of Philadelphia S4-V5-P01-sp19-D0014, S4-V5-P01-sp19-D0014
34 Hampden to the People of Virginia, against Independence S4-V5-P01-sp19-D0034, S4-V5-P01-sp19-D0034
35 Letter from Elbridge Gerry to James Warren:South-Carolina has taken up Government and North-Carolina has resolved to follow the example so fine a spir ... S4-V5-P01-sp19-D0042, S4-V5-P01-sp19-D0042
36 Letter from Joseph Hawley to Elbridge Gerry:The Tories dread a declaration of Independence more than death but console them-selves with a belief that ... S4-V5-P01-sp19-D0056, S4-V5-P01-sp19-D0056
37 Committee on a Letter from the President of Congress Captain Fisk appointed to the command of the Armed Sloop building at Salisbury Names of the five ... S4-V5-P01-sp21-D0097, S4-V5-P01-sp21-D0097
38 Report of the Committee on the usurpations and violences of the King and Parliament of Britain against America Delegates in the Continental Congress a ... S4-V5-P01-sp22-D0011, S4-V5-P01-sp22-D0011
39 Address of J.R. of Connecticut, urging a Declaration of Independence S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0027, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0027
40 Letter from General Lee to General Washington: He is about to set out for North-Carolina, where eight large British Transports have arrived, the count ... S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0036, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0036
41 Resolution of the House of Representatives of Massachusetts, recommending to the inhabitants of the Colony, in their town-meetings, to express their o ... S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0061, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0061
42 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
43 Resolution of the Conventon of Virginia, instructing their Delegates in the General Congress to propose to that body to declare the United Colonies fr ... S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0161, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0161
44 Letter from Stephen Hopkins to Governour Cooke: It will not be long before Congress will throw off all connection, as well in name as in substance, wi ... S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0170, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0170
45 Letter from William Whipple to John Langdon, enclosing a Resolution of Congress of May 15, A confederation permanent and lasting ought to be the next ... S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0233, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0233
46 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
47 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
48 Instructions of the Assembly, as the last act of that body at their late sessions, refused to alter the Instructions S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0274, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0274
49 The meeting informed that the Assembly, as the last act of that body at their late sessions, refused to alter the Instructions? S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0275, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0275
50 Philadelphia Committee S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0278, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0278
51 Remonstrance S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0280, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0280
52 Letter from Elbridge Gerry to James Warren: The Conventions of North-Carolina and Virginia have unanimously declared for Independency, he hopes to see ... S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0459, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0459
53 Letter from William Whipple to Meshech Weare: Our misfortunes in Canada are owing to the tardiness of the New-Hampshire Regiment ordered there last wi ... S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0461, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0461
54 Letter form Thomas Hicks to the New-York Congress: He is utterly incapable of performing the dutyof Deputy in the Congress S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0468, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0468
55 Address of James Rankin to the worthy inhabitants of York County S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0497, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0497
56 A Freeman's Address to James Rankin, one of the Representatives for the County of York, Pennsylvania S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0498, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0498
57 Address to the People of the Thirteen United Colonies: On the necessity of an immediate Declaration of Independence S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0511, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0511
58 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
59 Letter from the Maryland Delegates in Congress to the Council of Safety: They are astonished at the ungenerous turn given to the proceedings of the Ma ... S4-V6-P02-sp08-D0122, S4-V6-P02-sp08-D0122
60 Address of Columbus to the Electors of the City and County of New-York, on the necessity of forming a new mode of Government S4-V6-P02-sp08-D0156, S4-V6-P02-sp08-D0156
61 Letter from Jacob Hawley to Elbridge Gerry:Congress cannot declare Independence too soon, but the Confederation must be formed with great deliberation ... S4-V6-P02-sp08-D0195, S4-V6-P02-sp08-D0195
62 Address from the Committee of Inspection and Observation for the County of Philadelphia, presented and read S4-V6-P02-sp09-D0008, S4-V6-P02-sp09-D0008
63 June 5, Letter from the Convention of Virginia, enclosing their Resolutions of the 15th instant, respecting Independence, presented by the Speaker S4-V6-P02-sp09-D0029, S4-V6-P02-sp09-D0029
64 Instructions to the Delegates in Congress signed by the Speaker S4-V6-P02-sp09-D0046, S4-V6-P02-sp09-D0046
65 Letter from Governour Trumbull to the Virginia Convention, enclosing Resolutions on the subject of Independence, which are transmitted by direction of ... S4-V6-P02-sp11-D0048, S4-V6-P02-sp11-D0048
66 Address of a Watchman to the People of Pennsylvania, on a Declaration of Independence S4-V6-P02-sp13-D0158, S4-V6-P02-sp13-D0158
67 Letter from Elbridge Gerry to James Warren: Congress will soon render it unnecessary to take any further measures preparatory to the Declaration of In ... S4-V6-P02-sp13-D0199, S4-V6-P02-sp13-D0199
68 Republicus to the People of Pennsylvania:Reconciliation is thought of now by none but knives, fools, and madmen. We cannot offer terms of peace to Gre ... S4-V6-P02-sp13-D0345, S4-V6-P02-sp13-D0345
69 Letter from John Adams to Samuel Chase: The question of Independence was carried to-day in the affirmative, in Committee of the Whole and reported to ... S4-V6-P02-sp15-D0009, S4-V6-P02-sp15-D0009
70 Letter from the New-York Delegates to the Provincial Congress: Independence has been carried in Congress, without one dissenting vote S4-V6-P02-sp15-D0039, S4-V6-P02-sp15-D0039
71 Cadwalader Colden, Jan., committed to the common jail, by the Committee for Ulster County S4-V6-P02-sp19-D0039, S4-V6-P02-sp19-D0039
72 Resolutions on the subject of Independence moved by Mr. Jay, amended and agreed to S4-V6-P02-sp21-D0123, S4-V6-P02-sp21-D0123
73 Major, Captains, and Lieutenants of Marines appointed, Declaration of the Deputies of Pennsylvania, met in Provincial Conference, in favour of Indepen ... S4-V6-P02-sp28-D0061, S4-V6-P02-sp28-D0061
74 July 1, Resolution of Maryland Convention, passed 28th June, instructing their Delegates to vote for Independence S4-V6-P02-sp28-D0068, S4-V6-P02-sp28-D0068
75 Letter from General Lee to Patrick Henry, on His Objections to an Immediate Declaration of Independence S5-V1-P01-sp01-D0003, S5-V1-P01-sp01-D0003
76 Letter from the President of Congress to the Convention of New Jersey: The Prisoners are to be removed from New-Jersey to York, in Pennsylvania S5-V1-P01-sp01-D0041, S5-V1-P01-sp01-D0041
77 Letter from a French officer in America to a French nobleman in Paris: The Americans are able to resist all their enemies S5-V1-P01-sp01-D0048, S5-V1-P01-sp01-D0048
78 Letter from Joseph Barton to Henry Wisner: Sussex County, in New-Jersey, abounds in flint. The people there should be supplied with powder, if attacke ... S5-V1-P01-sp04-D0095, S5-V1-P01-sp04-D0095
79 Letter from Sturgis Gorham, on the Protest against the Proceedings of the Town of Barnstable, Massachusetts S5-V1-P01-sp04-D0117, S5-V1-P01-sp04-D0117
80 Protest of inhabitants of the Town of Barnstable, June 26 S5-V1-P01-sp04-D0118, S5-V1-P01-sp04-D0118
81 Letter from Joseph Otis, July 18, on the Proceedings of the Town of Barnstable S5-V1-P01-sp04-D0119, S5-V1-P01-sp04-D0119
82 Letter from Caesar Rodney to Thomas Rodney S5-V1-P01-sp04-D0160, S5-V1-P01-sp04-D0160
83 Letter from John Adams to Mrs. Adams S5-V1-P01-sp04-D0161, S5-V1-P01-sp04-D0161
84 Letter from an officer in New-York to his father in Massachusetts S5-V1-P01-sp04-D0304, S5-V1-P01-sp04-D0304
85 Letter from John Alsop to the New-York Convention: As the Declaration of Independence is against his judgment and inclination, he begs leave to resign ... S5-V1-P01-sp06-D0128, S5-V1-P01-sp06-D0128
86 Letter from Joseph Hawley to Elbridge Gerry: The Declaration of Independence should have been accompanied with a declaration of high treason. Most cer ... S5-V1-P01-sp06-D0222, S5-V1-P01-sp06-D0222
87 Letter from Tristram Dalton to Elbridge Gerry: The important results from the Declaration of Independence S5-V1-P01-sp06-D0330, S5-V1-P01-sp06-D0330
88 Letter from Robert Morris to Joseph Reed: If the Commissioners have any propositions to make, they ought to be heard, if they have no power beyond gra ... S5-V1-P01-sp06-D0350, S5-V1-P01-sp06-D0350
89 Letter from a Member of the Congress to General Lee: The Tories are quiet but surly, Lord Howe's Proclamation leaves them not a single filament of the ... S5-V1-P01-sp06-D0501, S5-V1-P01-sp06-D0501
90 Sundry Affidavits with Respect to Inimical Declarations and Threats used by William Sutton and his son John Sutton S5-V1-P01-sp06-D0614, S5-V1-P01-sp06-D0614
91 Sundry Affidavits with Respect to Inimical Declarations and Threats used by William Sutton and his son John Sutton S5-V1-P01-sp06-D0616, S5-V1-P01-sp06-D0616
92 Sundry Affidavits with Respect to Inimical Declarations and Threats used by William Sutton and his son John Sutton S5-V1-P01-sp06-D0620, S5-V1-P01-sp06-D0620
93 Letter from Josiah Bartlett to John Langdon: A vessel fitted out by the Secret Committee has brought from France a quantity of arms, powder, and lead. ... S5-V1-P01-sp06-D1095, S5-V1-P01-sp06-D1095
94 Letter from Abraham Clarke to Colonel Dayton: General view of publick affairs S5-V1-P01-sp06-D1162, S5-V1-P01-sp06-D1162
95 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
96 Letter from David Matthews to the New-York Convention S5-V1-P01-sp06-D1474, S5-V1-P01-sp06-D1474
97 Letter from John Hanson, at St. Croix, to the President of Congress: Offers, if he can be of service, to settle his affairs, and sail for America S5-V1-P01-sp06-D1526, S5-V1-P01-sp06-D1526
98 Address Delivered at the Opening of the Election in Dover, Delaware, for the choice of Members of the Convention S5-V1-P01-sp06-D1795, S5-V1-P01-sp06-D1795
99 Letter from Caesar Rodney to Thomas Rodney S5-V1-P01-sp06-D2121, S5-V1-P01-sp06-D2121
100 Messages from the Council of Massachusetts to the House of Representatives S5-V1-P01-sp06-D2206, S5-V1-P01-sp06-D2206

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