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1 Instructions of the Provincial Congress of Georgia to their Delegates in the Continental Congress S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0001, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0001
2 Letter from William Watson to Colonel Moylan, April 20: Requests a day may be appointed for the sale of certain prizes, as many articles on board them ... S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0002, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0002
3 Letter from General Moore to the Committee of Halifax, North-Carolina S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0003, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0003
4 Affidavit of John Pond S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0004, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0004
5 May 4, Instructions of the Assembly of Rhode-Island to their Delegates in the Continental Congress S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0005, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0005
6 Letter from the Committee for Halifax, North-Carolina to General Lee S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0006, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0006
7 Letter from the committee for Dutches county, New-York, to the Provincial Congress S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0007, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0007
8 Court-Martial on Abraham Whipple, the Commander of the Columbus, May 6th, on the charge of cowardice, in the engagement with the Glasgow ship-of-war, ... S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0008, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0008
9 General Schyler's Instructions to James Price, Comissary - General in Canada S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0009, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0009
10 Letter from General Thomas to General Arnold, May 8: If the promised supply of provisions, etc., arrive, he will make a stand at Deschambault S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0010, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0010
11 proceedings of a Court-Martial on John Hazard, Commander of the sloop Providence, May 8 S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0011, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0011
12 Letter from General Arnold to General Washington. The Army consists of about two thousand effective men, and twelve hundred sick unfit for duty: they ... S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0012, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0012
13 Letter from Landon Carter to General Washinton. General state of affairs in Virginia S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0013, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0013
14 Letter from Maryland Council of Safety to Colonel Smallwood. He is required to furnish detachments to guard the prisoners from North-Carolina, through ... S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0014, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0014
15 Fourth Letter from the Forester on the state of affairs in Pennsylvania S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0015, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0015
16 Circular Letter from the Treasury Office to the several Colonies, requesting the number of inhabitants in each Colony may be taken and transmitted to ... S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0016, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0016
17 Letter from Willian Floyd to John McKesson. Attack of the British men-of-war on the boats in the Delaware. He hopes the New-York Congress will soon ta ... S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0017, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0017
18 Letter from Captain Robertson, a prisoner, to the President .of Congress, complains that four of the prisoners taken under his command at St. John's h ... S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0018, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0018
19 Letter from Peter Tallman to Thomas McKean respecting the cargo of the Sloop Sally, stranded at Little Egg Harbour, New-Jersey S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0019, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0019
20 Letter from General Washington to General Ward, respecting the Armed Vessels, the Prizes, and the Prisoners, at Beverly and Gloucester S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0020, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0020
21 Letter from General Washington to Thomas Regiments at New-York being ordered to Quebeck, he does not feel himself authorized to detach more without th ... S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0021, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0021
22 Colonel Dayton ordered to place his Regiment under the command of General Schyler S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0022, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0022
23 Letter from Abraham Livingston to Nathaniel Woodhull, Offers to resign his contracts for furnishing provisions to the Troops S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0023, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0023
24 Abraham C. Cuyler, Stephen De Lancey, and John Monier, persons notoriously disaffected to the cause of America, having refused to sign the Association ... S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0024, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0024
25 Abraham C. Cuyler, Stephen De Lancey, and John Monier, persons notoriously disaffected to the cause of America, having refused to sign the Association ... S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0025, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0025
26 Letter from an Officer in the Army at Deschambault: The British Fleet has arrived at Queback, the American Army has retreated precipitately, and now i ... S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0026, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0026
27 Address of J.R. of Connecticut, urging a Declaration of Independence S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0027, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0027
28 Address of J.R. of Connecticut, urging a Declaration of Independence S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0028, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0028
29 Daniel Griswold, for speaking frequently against the measures of congress and other intimical conduct, advertised as an enemy, by order of the Committ ... S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0029, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0029
30 Letter from General Ward to General Washington: Has paid the strictest attention to all instructions, every effort has been made to complete the works ... S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0030, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0030
31 Letter from Lord Middleton to John Conway Colchurst: Has presented to the King the Petition from the City of Cork, the sentiments it expresses perfect ... S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0031, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0031
32 Petition of the Freemen, freeholders, Artisans, Merchants, Traders, and Protestant inhabitants of the City of Cork, to the King: In the pursuit of an ... S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0032, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0032
33 Letter from General Lee to the President of Congress: There is a noble spirit in Virgina pervading all classes of men, if the same becomes universal w ... S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0033, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0033
34 Resolution of the Virginia Convention, directing eleven hundred and fifty men to be raised immediately S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0034, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0034
35 Notice from the Virginia Committee of Safety that they are ready to grant Commissions for making Reprisals upon the property of the people of Great Br ... S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0035, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0035
36 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
37 Opinion of a Council of Officers, summoned by General Lee, at Williamsburgh, on the points of defence in Virginia S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0037, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0037
38 Letter from General Lee to Richard Henry Lee:There is a poorness of spirit and languor in the late proceedings of Congress that is alarming. If they d ... S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0038, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0038
39 Letter from the Maryland Council of Safety to the Virginia Committee of Safety S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0039, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0039
40 Letter from the President of Congress to General Washington S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0040, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0040
41 Account of the engagement between the British Men-of-War and the Beats on the Delaware S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0041, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0041
42 Letter from the President of Congress to Joseph Trumbull, Commissary-General : The provisions for General Schyler are to be forwarded as fast as possi ... S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0042, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0042
43 Letter from the Marine Committee to Commodore Hopkins: Twenty of the heaviest cannon taken at New-Providence to be sent immediately to Philadelphia, a ... S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0043, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0043
44 Letter from the Marine Committee to Commodore Hopkins: Twenty of the heaviest cannon taken at New-Providence to be sent immediately to Philadelphia, a ... S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0044, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0044
45 Orders to Captain Cregier, of the Schooner General Putnam, to place himself under the command of Colonel Tupper S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0045, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0045
46 Letter from the New-York Congress to the Committee of Queen's County: They are to use all possible diligence in forming those inhabitants of the Count ... S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0046, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0046
47 Letter from the Duncan Cambell to General Washington, complaining of ill-treatment S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0047, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0047
48 Letter from the Duncan Cambell to General Washington, complaining of ill-treatment S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0048, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0048
49 Letter from General Sullivan to General Washington: The several Regiments of his Brigade will march from Albany immediately, and will probably arrive ... S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0049, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0049
50 Return of the Troops of the United Colonies, serving in Canada, under the command of Brigadier - General Sullivan S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0050, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0050
51 Letter from General Schuyler to General Washington: Condition of the Northern Army. Captain Romans, the Engineer, has been sent from Canada for trial. ... S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0051, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0051
52 General Orders, February 21, to prevent abuses in the Provision Returns for the Northern Army, and by the embezzlement of those employed in the transp ... S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0052, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0052
53 Letter from General Schyler to General Washington: The little quantity of Provisions at Quebeck is trurly alarming S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0053, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0053
54 Return of the Artillery Stores at Albany, May 9, 1776 S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0054, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0054
55 Letter from General Schyler' to the President of Congress S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0055, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0055
56 Letter from Dr. Stringer to General Washingtion, requesting he may be furnished an additional number of Assistants, and more medicines, for the Northe ... S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0056, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0056
57 Proclamation by General Carleton, Governour-in-Chief of the Province of Quebeck, offering pardon to his Majesty's deluded subjects of the neighbouring ... S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0057, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0057
58 Letter from Commodore Hopkins to Captain John P. Jones: Orders him to the command of the Sloop Providence, and to take the soldiers on board that belo ... S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0058, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0058
59 Letter from the President of the Council of Massachusetts to the Delegates of that Colony in Congress, with an account of the powder supplied the Army ... S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0059, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0059
60 Letter from the President of the Council of Massachusetts to the Delegates of that Colony in Congress, with an account of the powder supplied the Army ... S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0060, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0060
61 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
62 Letter from John Langdon to General Washington, with papers received from England by George Merchant, May 10 S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0062, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0062
63 Letter from General Lee to General Washington S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0063, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0063
64 Description of the American Flag S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0064, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0064
65 Letter from Hugh Young to the Maryland Council of Safety: On the alarm of Captain Squire being at the head of the Bay, he has stopped the vessels prep ... S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0065, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0065
66 Letter from the Maryland Council of Safety to the Thomas Russell S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0066, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0066
67 Letter from the Maryland Council of Safety to the Committee for Kent County S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0067, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0067
68 Letter from the Maryland Council of Safety to Captain Veazey S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0068, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0068
69 Letter from Rober Morris to General Washington, informing him that ten tons of gun powder have been sent for the Army at New York S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0069, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0069
70 Memorial of the Committee of Privates of the City and Liberties of Philadelphia, to the Congress, on the defenceless condition of the City of Philadel ... S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0070, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0070
71 Chester County (Pennsylvania) Committee request the inhabitants of each Town, to appoint persons to collect the arms from the Non-Associators S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0071, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0071
72 Recantation of Nicholas Hemany, of Bucks County, Pennsylvania S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0072, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0072
73 Letter from General Washington to the President of Congress S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0073, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0073
74 Letter from Lieutenant Grover to General Washington, dated May 5th, making apologies, and requesting to be reinstated S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0074, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0074
75 Letter from Lieutenant Grover to General Washington, dated May 5th, making apologies, and requesting to be reinstated S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0075, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0075
76 Letter from Colonel Knox to Colonel Burbeck, dated April 12, ordering him immediately to New-York, by the most direct road S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0076, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0076
77 Letter from Colonel Burbeck to Colonel Knox, dated April 12: He cannot comply with the orders S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0077, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0077
78 Letter from William Smith, of New-York Howe, communicating information from Amercia S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0078, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0078
79 Letter from Ebenezer Hazard to the Printer of the Connecticut Gazette, declaring the letter, attributed to Mr. Smith, a forgery S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0079, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0079
80 Letter from Smith S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0080, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0080
81 Minutes respecting the mode of treating Prisoners in England S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0081, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0081
82 General Orders, from May 6 to May 11, 1776 S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0082, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0082
83 General Orders, from May 6 to May 11, 1776 S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0083, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0083
84 General Orders, from May 6 to May 11, 1776 S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0084, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0084
85 General Orders, from May 6 to May 11, 1776 S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0085, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0085
86 General Orders, from May 6 to May 11, 1776 S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0086, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0086
87 General Orders, from May 6 to May 11, 1776 S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0087, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0087
88 Letter from General Schuyler to General Washington: The Troops are leaving Albany, but get away very slowly S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0088, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0088
89 Letter from General Arnold to General Schuyler, May 11: The distressed situation of the Army can hardly be better for some time, more troops will add ... S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0089, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0089
90 Letter from the Commissioners in Canada to General Schuyler, May 11: If the enemy's frigates pass the falls of Richelieu, our Army will be cut off fro ... S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0090, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0090
91 Letter from Charles Carroll and Samuel Chase to Benjamin Franklin, May 11 S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0091, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0091
92 Letter from the Maryland Council of Safety to the North-Carolina Committee of Safety, respecting the Prisoners sent from that Province S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0092, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0092
93 Letter from the Maryland Council of Safety to the Committee for Newcastle County, Delaware S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0093, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0093
94 Letter from John Adams to Mrs. Adams S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0094, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0094
95 Letter from Ensign Clayes to General Washington, requesting his directions about Charles Oliver Bruff, arrested on suspicion of being a Tory S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0095, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0095
96 Letter from Dr. John Hill, Albany, May 12 S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0096, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0096
97 Letter from Lieutenant Cleghorn, at Sorel: On the 6th instant, the enemy at Quebeck, rein forced with three men-of-war and their tenders, saillied out ... S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0097, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0097
98 Letter from Commodore Hopkins to General Washington: Has sent him, by Captian Jones, as many of his officers and soldiers as he could collect S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0098, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0098
99 Commodore Hopkin's orders to Captain Biddie, of Andrew Doria, to proceed on a cruise of three or four weeks S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0099, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0099
100 Commodore Hopkin's orders to Lieutenant Hinman, of the Brigantine Cabot, to join Captain Biddle S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0100, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0100

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