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1 Letter from Silas Deane to the Secret Committee: Ways and means for defraying the expense of the present war S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0001, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0001
2 Letter from Jesse Hollingsworth to Maryland Council of Safety: Can load twenty vessels rather than man and sail two, the money paid to captains and sa ... S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0004, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0004
3 Letter from General Washington to the President of Congress: The enemy are first advancing, some of them are now in sight, the Jersey Flying-Camp have ... S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0008, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0008
4 Letter from General Washington to Governour Livingston: Cannot help calling on him in the most urgent manner, and begging him to fall upon proper mean ... S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0009, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0009
5 Winter quarters of the British Army in Canada S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0015, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0015
6 Letter from General Heath to Colonel Tyler S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0016, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0016
7 Letter from Colonel Wayne to General Gates S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0024, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0024
8 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
9 Letter from Colonel Joseph Reed to the President of Congress: Retracts his resignation S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0032, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0032
10 Letter from Colonel Huntington to General Heath: Is it not feasibly to possess ourselves of Hackensack? S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0039, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0039
11 Letter from General Schuyler to Pierre Van Cortlandt: His opinion on the best mode of obstructing Hudson river S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0050, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0050
12 General Schuyler to Massachusetts Council S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0051, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0051
13 Letter from Adjutant Stelle to Governour Cooke: This evening, about sunset, came to anchor off the west end of Block-Island, eleven sail of British sh ... S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0052, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0052
14 Letter from Massachusetts Assembly to President of Congress: Recommend Mr. Faneuil and others, and their plan of raising one or more regiments to be o ... S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0054, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0054
15 Letter from Massachusetts Assembly to President of Congress: Recommend Mr. Faneuil and others, and their plan of raising one or more regiments to be o ... S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0055, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0055
16 Letter from Josiah Bartlett to William Whipple: Hopes the Congress act with more spirit than they have done lately, or else he is assured they will lo ... S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0057, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0057
17 Letter from Silas Deane to John Jay: Suggests destruction of Newfoundland fisheries. Could fill ten ships with passengers for America, copy of article ... S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0060, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0060
18 Letter from Matthew Tilghman to Maryland Council of Safety S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0061, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0061
19 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
20 Letter from General Schuyler to Meshech Weare S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0080, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0080
21 Letter from Governour Cooke to New-Hampshire Assembly: Yesterday morning a large fleet of square-rigged vessels was seen, who in all probability are d ... S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0083, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0083
22 Letter from New-York Delegates in Congress to the Committee of Safety: Congress have granted leave to New-York to raise another battalion, to be comma ... S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0091, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0091
23 Letter from General Washington to the President of Congress S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0092, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0092
24 Letter from General Greene to Governour Cooke: History of the state of the Army S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0098, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0098
25 Letter from Peter R. Livingston to Robert Benson S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0109, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0109
26 Letter from Commodore Hopkins to Governour Cooke: Would be glad that the Board would devise some way to complete their men, anti likewise some way tha ... S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0117, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0117
27 Letter from M. Lotbiniere to the President of Congress S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0123, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0123
28 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
29 Letter from J. Trumbull, Jun., to Governour Trumbull: Suggests that the enemy's design in sending a flag to New-London, may be to view the country, co ... S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0138, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0138
30 Letter from Governour Trumbull to Governour Cooke: Intelligence of a fleet of the enemy in the Sound, thinks it high time for the New-England Colonist ... S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0139, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0139
31 Letter from Governour Trumbull to James Bowdoin: Ten or eleven ships-of-war from New-York: and about eighty transports with troops, are just arrived o ... S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0140, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0140
32 Letter from General Heath to Governour Trumbull: On the 4th instant seventy sail of ships-of-war and transports, with many troops on board, sailed dow ... S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0163, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0163
33 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
34 Letter from General Heath to General Washington S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0165, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0165
35 Letter from General Heath to Pierre Van Cortlandt S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0166, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0166
36 Letter from Colonel Joseph Wood to President of Congress: Desires Captain O'Hara's company to join his regiment S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0178, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0178
37 Connecticut Council of Safety S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0179, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0179
38 Letter from Governour Trumbull to General Washington: Ten of the enemy's capital ships of war have passed New-London, where they are since joined by a ... S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0180, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0180
39 Letter from Andrew Adams to Governour Trumbull: Arrest of John Sheapard, who confessed that he set out from New-Hampshire upon the request of Governou ... S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0181, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0181
40 Intelligence: Exchange of prisoners agreed to by Rhode-Island. Alarm at New-London, from the appearance of English men-of-war S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0182, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0182
41 Letter from William Kennon to General Lee: Has formed magazines of provisions in Georgia, North-Carolina, and Virginia S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0189, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0189
42 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
43 Letter from General Lee to Governour Cooke: The appointments of Generals in New-England threatens destruction, the men and younger officers are good, ... S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0196, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0196
44 Letter from Colonel Malcom to General Heath S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0197, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0197
45 Letter from William Peck, Aid-de-Camp to General Spencer, to General Heath: On the march towards Crum Pond, shall this night be at North-Castle Church S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0198, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0198
46 Letter from Governour Trumbull to General Washington: Appeal to the officers and soldiers of Connecticut to reinlist until the fifteenth of March S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0205, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0205
47 Letter from Benjamin Franklin to the President of Congress S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0217, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0217
48 Letter from General Washington to the President of Congress: Has retreated across the Delaware river. Has no certain intelligence of General Lee, alth ... S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0221, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0221
49 Letter from General Washington to General Maxwell: As it is a matter of the utmost importance to prevent the enemy from crossing the Delaware, all the ... S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0222, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0222
50 Letter from General Matthias Williamson to General Washington: Feels sensible pain at some expressions in his Excellency's last letter, which imply th ... S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0223, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0223
51 Letter from General Lee to General Washington: If he was not taught to think his Army was considerably reinforced, would immediately join him S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0225, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0225
52 Letter from General Lee to General Washington: Is shocked to hear that his force is so inadequate. It will be difficult, he is afraid, to join him, bu ... S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0226, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0226
53 Letter from New-York Committee of Safety to Governour Trumbull S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0235, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0235
54 Letter from General Wooster to the President of Congress: Learns by deserters that the fleet in the Sound has about eight thousand men on board--a bad ... S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0239, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0239
55 Letter from Commodore Hopkins to Governour Cooke: Motions of the enemy's fleet S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0242, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0242
56 Letter from Governour Cooke to General Washington S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0246, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0246
57 Letter from Massachusetts Council to General Washington: Will exert themselves in raising a new army, not withstanding the alarm the enemy are spreadi ... S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0248, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0248
58 Letter from Massachusetts Council to Governour Trumbull S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0251, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0251
59 Arrival in England of General Burgoyne and others S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0256, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0256
60 Letter from General Washington to the President of Congress: Proposes that a communcation of lines and redoubts be formed from the Delaware to the Sch ... S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0265, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0265
61 Letter from General Lee to General Heath: Hopes to reconquer the Jerseys: It was really in the hands of the enemy before his arrival S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0266, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0266
62 Letter from General McDougall to New-York Committee of Safety: The enemy have five Counties and part of two others. If they get possession of these, t ... S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0268, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0268
63 Letter from William Duer to General Gates S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0271, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0271
64 Letter from Colonel Malcom to General Heath S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0276, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0276
65 Connecticut Council of Safety S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0285, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0285
66 Letter from Governour Trumbull to General Heath S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0286, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0286
67 Letter from Governour Trumbull to Massachusetts Council: What means that languor, inertion, and dispiritedness, that seems to overwhelm the New-Englan ... S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0287, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0287
68 Letter from Colonel Huntington to Captain Tracy: Orders for issue of ammunition and provisions to the Militia ordered from Connecticut to Providence S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0294, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0294
69 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
70 Letter from General Armstrong to the Board of War: General Washington maintains the full possession of himself, is indefatigable by day and night, tak ... S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0306, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0306
71 Letter from General Washington to the President of Congress S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0307, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0307
72 Letter from General Washington to the Pennsylvania Council of Safety: The fort began at Billingsport should be attended to S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0308, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0308
73 Letter from General Washington to General Lee: Requests and entreats him, and this too by the advice of all the General officers with him, to march an ... S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0309, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0309
74 Letter from General Heath to General Washington S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0310, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0310
75 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
76 Letter from Commodore Hopkins to the Marine Committee: The English have taken possession of the Island of Rhode-Island without opposition S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0320, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0320
77 Letter from Meshech Weare to James Bowdoin: The Militia of New-Hampshire are to march to the relief of Rhode-Island, on the shortest notice, if necess ... S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0326, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0326
78 Letter from Samuel Chase to Captain Nicholson: If he could come up immediately with a body of seamen, an attempt might be made to bring all the frigat ... S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0334, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0334
79 Letter from Captain Nicholson to Mr. Authenbeck S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0335, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0335
80 Letter from General Washington to the President of Congress: From the several attempts of the enemy to seize boats, it does not look as if they had br ... S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0336, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0336
81 Letter from General Washington to General Lee: Entreats him to push on with every possible succour he can bring S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0337, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0337
82 Letter from General Lee to General Washington: Thinks he can, without great risk, cross the great Brunswick post-road, and by a forced night's march m ... S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0339, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0339
83 General Sullivan's orders: The whole Army to strike their tents tomorrow morning, at half past seven, and to parade in order to march by eight S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0341, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0341
84 Letter from General Heath to General Washington: Finds the inhabitants to be in the utmost distress, the Tories are joining the enemy, and insulting a ... S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0343, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0343
85 Letter from New-York Committee of Safety to Colonel Livingston: Secret, desire him to cooperate in an expedition against a detachment of the enemy who ... S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0351, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0351
86 Letter from Colonel Malcom to General Heath: His people are now almomst unfit for duty, on account of their clothes, and so much marching as they have ... S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0355, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0355
87 Letter from General Schuyler to Pierre Van Cortlandt: What few recruits have been raised in this quarter will be absolutely wanted to the northward, a ... S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0357, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0357
88 Letter from J. Warren to Samuel A. Otis S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0363, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0363
89 Letter from James Bowdoin to Meshech Weare S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0364, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0364
90 Letter From Pennsylvania Council of Safety to General Washington S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0376, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0376
91 Letter from Major Irving to Major Bland S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0377, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0377
92 Letter from Colonel Joseph Reed to General Washington: Intelligence of the positions and movements of the enemy S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0378, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0378
93 Letter from General Washington to the President of Congress: Declines publishing the resolve of Congress declaring their intention not to remove from ... S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0379, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0379
94 Letter from General Washington to Governour Trumbull S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0385, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0385
95 Letter from General Washington to General Howe: Exchange of prisoners, severe treatment of Monsieur Weibert S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0386, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0386
96 Extract of a letter from Head-Quarters, Trenton Falls, to a gentleman in Connecticut S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0387, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0387
97 Letter from Lord Stirling to General Washington: intelligence from the enemy S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0390, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0390
98 Letter from Rev. James Caldwell to General Lee: Intelligence of the enemy's motions S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0391, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0391
99 Letter from General Gates to General Washington: On the march to join him, asks directions respecting the route S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0392, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0392
100 Letter from Major Wilkinson to General Gates S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0393, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0393

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