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1 Memorial of Ralph Isaacs to Governour and Council of Connecticut, praying that he may have the limits of Glastenbury or Durham for the place of his re ... S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0208, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0208
2 Letter from Governour Cooke to James Bowdoin: By the advice of General Lee, the Committee sitting at Providence have laid an embargo upon all shipping ... S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0209, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0209
3 Letter from Governour Cooke to James Bowdoin: Thirty sail of ships seen coming into the harbour of Newport, and upwards of one hundred sail between Co ... S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0210, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0210
4 Proclamation by Governour Cooke: Calling upon all military officers of Rhode-Island and the neighbouring States, to exert themselves in the defence of ... S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0211, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0211
5 Letter from Massachusetts Council to Governour Cooke: Measures taken for the assistance of Rhode-Island S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0212, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0212
6 Letter from Ephraim Spooner to Massachusetts Board of War S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0213, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0213
7 Letter from Brigadier Hamden to Gen. Warren S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0214, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0214
8 Orders of a Committee of New-Hampshire Assembly to Colonel Wentworth S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0215, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0215
9 Letter from Silas Deane to Count Vergennes: Dr. Franklin's arrival in France is the common topick of conversation, and has given birth to a thousand c ... S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0216, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0216
10 Letter from Benjamin Franklin to the President of Congress S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0217, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0217
11 Letter from Dr. Franklin to the Committee of Secret Correspondence S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0218, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0218
12 Letter from Captain Cook to Maryland Council of Safety: Many of the seamen will leave the service of the State without higher wages are given S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0219, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0219
13 Letter from Dr. Shippen to General Washington: Has got all the sick, except twenty, who are too ill to remove to Easton, Bethlehem, and Allenstown S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0220, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0220
14 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
15 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
16 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
17 Letter from General Lee to a Committee of Congress: Can make a better impression by beating up and harassing the detached parties of the enemy in the ... S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0224, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0224
18 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
19 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
20 A Return of the First Pennsylvania Regiment of Foot in the service of the United States of America, commanded by Colonel John P. De Haas S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0227, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0227
21 Letter from Committee of New-York Convention, at New-Windsor, to General George Clinton S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0228, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0228
22 Letter from the Rev. Charles Inglis to James Duane: Asks permission for his family to remove to New-York S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0229, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0229
23 Letter from Colonel Hay to General Heath S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0230, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0230
24 Letter from General Wadsworth to General Heath: Sends a number of persons taken up as dangerous to the American States S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0231, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0231
25 Letter to General Heath to General Washington: Should be glad to be informed if the men belonging to one State are to inlist under officers belonging ... S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0232, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0232
26 Letter from General Heath to General Lee S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0233, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0233
27 Letter from General Heath to Colonel Hay: Would have him treat the flag with the utmost politeness and respect, at the same time as great precaution S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0234, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0234
28 Letter from New-York Committee of Safety to Governour Trumbull S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0235, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0235
29 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
30 Letter from Robert R. Livingston to General Gates S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0237, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0237
31 Orders of General Gates to the officers commanding Greaton's, Bond's, and Porter's Regiments S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0238, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0238
32 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
33 Providence (Rhode-Island) town meeting: Measures proposed for defence, the enemy having arrived in Narragansett Bay S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0240, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0240
34 Letter from Commodore Hopkins to Governour Cooke: Has sent a boat to Newport for intelligence, but she has not yet returned S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0241, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0241
35 Letter from Commodore Hopkins to Governour Cooke: Motions of the enemy's fleet S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0242, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0242
36 Letter from Commodore Hopkins to Governour Cooke: The enemy landed eight thousand men this morning on Rhode-Island, and took possession of the whole I ... S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0243, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0243
37 Letter from Governour Cooke to James Bowdoin: The enemy obliged the small body of troops on Rhode-Island to quit it with precipitation S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0244, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0244
38 Letter from Governour Cooke to the President of Congress: The enemy have full possession of the Island of Rhode-Island S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0245, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0245
39 Letter from Governour Cooke to General Washington S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0246, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0246
40 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
41 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-D0249, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0249
42 Letter from Massachusetts Assembly to General Lee: Are contemplating the most effectual measures for raising with vigour their quota of the Continenta ... S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0250, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0250
43 Letter from Massachusetts Council to Governour Trumbull S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0251, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0251
44 Letter from Massachusetts Council to Governour Trumbull S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0252, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0252
45 Letter from Massachusetts Council to Governour Cooke: Have ordered reinforcements to march forthwith to Providence S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0253, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0253
46 Letter from Colonel Jonathan Mitchell to Massachusetts Council S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0254, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0254
47 Letter from Captain Ayres to Massachusetts Board of War S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0255, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0255
48 Arrival in England of General Burgoyne and others S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0256, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0256
49 Letter from Archibald Buchanan to Maryland Council of Safety S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0257, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0257
50 Letter from Stephen Steward to Maryland Council of Safety S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0258, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0258
51 Letter from John Carey to Maryland Council of Safety S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0259, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0259
52 Address of Pennsylvania Council of Safety, entreating the Militia to march without delay to join General Washington's Army, now in Bucks County S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0260, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0260
53 Address of Pennsylvania Council of Safety, entreating the Militia to march without delay to join General Washington's Army, now in Bucks County S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0261, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0261
54 Letter from Pennsylvania Council of Safety to General Washington: Call his attention to Dunk's Ferry, where the river is narrow, and may afford the en ... S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0262, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0262
55 Letter from James Mease to President of Congress: Asks for a draft for fifty thousand dollars S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0263, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0263
56 Memorial of Elisha Painter to Continental Congress S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0264, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0264
57 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
58 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
59 Letter from John Haring to General George Clinton S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0267, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0267
60 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
61 Letter from John Coe and others to General George Clinton: Unless they soon get assistance, the southern part of Orange Connecticut will be laid waste S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0269, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0269
62 Letter from Samuel Tudor to New-York Convention S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0270, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0270
63 Letter from William Duer to General Gates S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0271, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0271
64 Letter from James Cuyler to James Duane: Recommends Mr. Van Valkenbrugh and others on the new arrangement S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0272, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0272
65 Letter from John Moore to Pierre Van Cortlandt: Asks permission for his family to remove to New-York S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0273, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0273
66 Letter from Philip I. Livingston to James Duane S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0274, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0274
67 Letter from Timothy Parker and others (prisoners in New-York) to Governour Trumbull: Condition of prisoners in the prison-ship S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0275, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0275
68 Letter from Colonel Malcom to General Heath S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0276, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0276
69 Letter from General McDougall to General Heath S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0277, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0277
70 Orders of General Heath to General Parsons S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0278, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0278
71 Certificate respecting the chain across the North River S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0279, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0279
72 Letter from New-York Committee of Safety to Ezekiel Hawley S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0280, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0280
73 Letter from John Hulbert to the New-York Committee of Arrangement: Declining appointment S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0281, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0281
74 Letter from Nathaniel Hazard to New-York Committee of Arrangement: Recommending Captain Nathaniel Platt S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0282, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0282
75 Letter from Matthew Adgate to the Superintendent of the lead mine S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0283, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0283
76 Letter from Temperance Cook to Captain Platt S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0284, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0284
77 Connecticut Council of Safety S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0285, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0285
78 Letter from Governour Trumbull to General Heath S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0286, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0286
79 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
80 Parole of Daniel Kissam and fourteen others S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0288, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0288
81 Letter from Colonel Livingston to Governour Trumbull S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0289, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0289
82 An account of the Arms and Ammunition brought off from the east end of Long-Island by Colonel Henry B. Livingston S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0290, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0290
83 An account of the Arms and Ammunition brought off from the east end of Long-Island by Colonel Henry B. Livingston S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0291, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0291
84 An account of the Arms and Ammunition brought off from the east end of Long-Island by Colonel Henry B. Livingston S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0292, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0292
85 Officers S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0293, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0293
86 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
87 Letter from Lieutenant General H. Clinton to Lord George Germain: Has taken possession of the Island of Rhode-Island S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0295, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0295
88 Letter from John Avery to the Committee of Dartmouth: Necessity of removing the military stores from the town in consequence of the enemy being in the ... S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0296, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0296
89 Letter from William Lithgow to John Avery: Accepts his appointment as Major S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0297, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0297
90 Letter from Major Bullard to Massachusetts Council S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0298, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0298
91 Letter from C. Beatty to Maryland Council of Safety: Has now in the factory one hundred and fifty-six gun-locks, completely finished S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0299, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0299
92 Letter from Robert Christie, Jun. Sheriff of Baltimore County, to Daniel of St. Thomas Jenifer: Compelled by a number of people to leave town instantl ... S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0300, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0300
93 Letter from Marine Committee to Captain J. Paul Jones: Orders to proceed to sea with all possible despatch, to intercept the storeships going to the e ... S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0301, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0301
94 Letter from Georgia Delegates to the President of Congress: Request an order for two thousand dollars on account of the State S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0302, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0302
95 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
96 Letter from Donald Campbell to the President of Congress: The critical situation of Philadelphia makes it necessary for him to receive directions for ... S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0304, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0304
97 Address of the Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled to the People in general, and particularly to the Inhabitants of ... S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0305, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0305
98 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
99 Letter from General Washington to the President of Congress S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0307, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0307
100 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

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