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1 Letter from the Pennsylvania Council of Safety to commanding officers of battalions: There is no time for words, exert yourselves like men S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0030, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0030
2 Letter from General Washington to the President of Congress: Hoped General Lee would have arrived before now S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0033, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0033
3 Extract of a Letter received in London from a Field Officer in the King's Army at New-York: The Rebels continue flying before our Army, the Congress h ... S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0037, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0037
4 Letter from General Washington to the President of Congress: Arrived at Trenton yesterday morning with the main body of the Army, has not heard a word ... S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0062, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0062
5 Letter from General Washington to the President of Congress: Is his duty and inclination to make head against the enemy as soon as there shall be the ... S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0127, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0127
6 Letter from General Heath to James Bowdoin: General Lee, two days ago, crossed the river, with between three and four thousand men S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0164, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0164
7 Letter from General Greene to General Washington: Thinks General Lee must be confined within the lines of some general plan, or else his operations wi ... S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0195, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0195
8 Letter from General Heath to General Lee S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0233, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0233
9 Proceedings of a Committee of the New-York Committee of Safety appointed to cooperate with General George Clinton S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0236, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0236
10 Letter from William Ellery to Governour Cooke: Retreat of Washington through the Jerseys. Where General Lee is, or what delays his coming, is unknown S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0303, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0303
11 Letter from General Schuyler to the President of Congress: Has every reason to believe that the troops at Ticonderoga will not tarry five days after t ... S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0317, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0317
12 Letter from George Washington to President of Congress S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0415, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0415
13 Letter from General Washington to General Gates: Has heard that he is coming on with seven regiments, this may have a happy effect, entreats him not t ... S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0446, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0446
14 Letter from Committee of Foreign Affairs to B. Franklin, Silas Deane, and Arthur Lee, at Paris: Detail of the progress and present state of affairs. T ... S5-V3-P03-sp03-D0219, S5-V3-P03-sp03-D0219
15 Letter from General Heath to General Washington S5-V3-P03-sp03-D0238, S5-V3-P03-sp03-D0238
16 Skirmish with the Hessians S5-V3-P03-sp03-D0338, S5-V3-P03-sp03-D0338
17 Letter from Thomas Cushing to Massachusetts Council S5-V3-P03-sp03-D0362, S5-V3-P03-sp03-D0362
18 Letter from William Ellery to Governour Cooke S5-V3-P03-sp03-D0369, S5-V3-P03-sp03-D0369
19 Statement of affairs in America, by Colonel White, Aid-de-Camp to General Howe, at Lord George Germain's office. Attack at Trenton S5-V3-P03-sp03-D0384, S5-V3-P03-sp03-D0384
20 Observations on the action at Trenton, written in England before the American account of it arrived S5-V3-P03-sp03-D0385, S5-V3-P03-sp03-D0385
21 Letter from Colonel Cadwalader to Pennsylvania Council of Safety S5-V3-P03-sp03-D0392, S5-V3-P03-sp03-D0392
22 Letter from Captain Nicholson to Samuel Purviance, Jun.: The particulars of yesterday's action at Trenton. This affair has given such amazing spirit t ... S5-V3-P03-sp03-D0424, S5-V3-P03-sp03-D0424
23 Extract of a letter from an officer of distinction at New-Town, Bucks County: Particular account of the action at Trenton S5-V3-P03-sp03-D0427, S5-V3-P03-sp03-D0427
24 Extract of a letter from an officer in the American Army, dated New-Town, in Pennsylvania: Account of an advantageous victory obtained over the Hessia ... S5-V3-P03-sp03-D0428, S5-V3-P03-sp03-D0428
25 Letter from General Washington to Robert Morris S5-V3-P03-sp03-D0429, S5-V3-P03-sp03-D0429
26 Letter from General Washington to the President of Congress: Congratulates them upon the success of an enterprise which he had formed against a detach ... S5-V3-P03-sp03-D0430, S5-V3-P03-sp03-D0430
27 Letter from General Washington to General Heath S5-V3-P03-sp03-D0432, S5-V3-P03-sp03-D0432
28 Letter from Colonel Moylan to Robert Morris: Was unfortunately too late to share in the honours of the day, being catched in the storm, and little ima ... S5-V3-P03-sp03-D0433, S5-V3-P03-sp03-D0433
29 Letter from General Washington to General McDougall S5-V3-P03-sp03-D0469, S5-V3-P03-sp03-D0469
30 Letter from General Washington to General Maxwell: Is about to enter the Jerseys with a considerable force immediately for the purpose of attempting a ... S5-V3-P03-sp03-D0470, S5-V3-P03-sp03-D0470
31 Letter from Lord Stirling to Governour Livingston: Now is the time to exert every nerve, and if we do, General Howe's Army will be ruined, be active, ... S5-V3-P03-sp03-D0472, S5-V3-P03-sp03-D0472
32 Letter from General Washington to the President of Congress: Informing of his intention of passing the river again, and the plans he has in view S5-V3-P03-sp03-D0495, S5-V3-P03-sp03-D0495
33 Letter from General Sir William Howe to Lord George Germain: Loss at Trenton, this misfortune seems to have proceeded from Colonel Rall's quitting his ... S5-V3-P03-sp03-D0499, S5-V3-P03-sp03-D0499
34 Letter from Thomas Rodney to Caesar Rodney: Jersey will be the most whiggish Colony on the Continent, the very Quakers declare for taking up arms, hop ... S5-V3-P03-sp03-D0519, S5-V3-P03-sp03-D0519