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1 Letter from General Moore to the Committee of Halifax, North-Carolina S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0003, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0003
2 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
3 Letter from the committee for Dutches county, New-York, to the Provincial Congress S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0007, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0007
4 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
5 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
6 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
7 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
8 Letter from the President of Congress to General Washington S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0040, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0040
9 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
10 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
11 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
12 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
13 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
14 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
15 Letter from General Schyler' to the President of Congress S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0055, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0055
16 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
17 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
18 Letter from General Washington to the President of Congress S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0073, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0073
19 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
20 Letter from Dr. John Hill, Albany, May 12 S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0096, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0096
21 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
22 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
23 Letter from the President of Congress to General Washington S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0108, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0108
24 Letter from John Connolly, a prisoner, to the President of Congress: Says he was not acquainted with Kirkland's intention to escape, and solicits enla ... S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0109, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0109
25 Letter from Dr. John Smyth, a prisoner, to the President of Congress: He was entirely ignorant of Kirkland's design to escape, and solicits enlargemen ... S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0110, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0110
26 Letter from Dr. Cadwallader to the President of Congress: State of the health of Connolly, Smyth, and Cameron S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0111, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0111
27 Letter from General Washington to Issac Sears: The regulation of the price of tea belongs to Provincial Congress of New-York, to whom the Letter from ... S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0112, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0112
28 Letter from General Washington to Governour Cooke S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0113, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0113
29 Letter from General Washington to General Ward: When the works for the defence of Boston Harbour are completed there will be little to apprehend from ... S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0114, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0114
30 Letter from General Washington to Colonel Waterbury, offering him the command of the Regiment lately General Arnold's S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0115, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0115
31 Letter from the Richmond Country Committee to the New-York Congress respecting the conduct of William Dunn, who has been recommended as a proper perso ... S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0116, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0116
32 Letter from General Schyuler to the Albany Committee: Some ships-of-war with trooops arrived at Quebeck on the 6th, which obliged our troops to raise ... S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0122, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0122
33 Letter from General Schuyler to New-York Provincial Congress S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0123, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0123
34 General Schuyler's Orders to Colonel Dayton for his expedition to Johnstown, in Tryon County S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0139, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0139
35 Letter from Colonel Wayne to General Washington S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0140, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0140
36 Letter from General Sullivan to General Washington: He cannot go forward till the provisions are passed over Lake George, when it may be too late to a ... S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0142, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0142
37 Letter from General Thomas to General Washington, May. 8 S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0150, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0150
38 Letter from General Washington to the President of Congress S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0172, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0172
39 Letter from Colonel Cortlandt, dated Albany, May 15 S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0176, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0176
40 Letter from Colonel Cortlandt to the New-York Provincial Congress S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0177, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0177
41 Letter from Captain Harding to Governour Trumbull: With an account of his capture of some Tories, who were attempting to pass to Long-Island S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0178, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0178
42 Letter from the President of Congress to General Washington: Requests him to come to Philadelphia, in order to consult with Congress upon measures nec ... S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0182, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0182
43 Letter from the President of Congress to General Gates: Informing him of his promotion to the rank of Major-General S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0183, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0183
44 Letter from General Sullivan to General Washington: Transporting provisions from Albany to Lake George S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0196, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0196
45 Letter from General Schuyler to General Washington: Is making every effort in his power to supply and relieve the Army, the misfortunes experienced wo ... S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0197, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0197
46 Proclamation by Governour Trumbull, prohibiting the exportation of any West-India goods out of the Colony of Connecticut S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0200, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0200
47 Letter from General Sullivan to Colonel Dayton: Directions to be observed on his march to Tryon County S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0223, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0223
48 Letter from General Washington to the New York Congress, repeating his applications on the subject of arms, and intreating them to use their utmost ex ... S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0256, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0256
49 Philadelphia Committee S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0278, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0278
50 Letter from General Washington to the President of Congress: In compliance with the request of the Congress, he will leave for Philadelphia tomorrow, ... S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0284, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0284
51 Instructions to General Putnam, who is required to aid the New-York Congress, in any attempt they may make to seize the principal Tories and disaffect ... S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0302, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0302
52 General Instructions from General Washington to General Putnam S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0303, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0303
53 Letter from General Putnam to General Wash ington, enclosing despatches from Canada S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0305, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0305
54 Letter from General Schuyler to General Washington: Without a further supply of money it will. Be difficult to carry on any service, Sir John Johnson, ... S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0309, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0309
55 Letter from Levi Hollingsworth to the Pennsylvania Committee of Safety, He cannot get the heavy cannon at Newport S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0310, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0310
56 Letter from Virginia Convention to the New-York Congress, enclosing the Resolution of May 15, instructing the Virginia Delegates in Congress to propos ... S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0319, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0319
57 Letter from General Washington to General Putnam: He is to give every assistance which General Schuyler requires that may be in his power S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0328, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0328
58 Letter from General Washington to General Schuyler: Directions have been given to forward such of the supplies for the Army as can be procured, with t ... S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0329, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0329
59 Letter from the Provincial Congress to the Committee of each County in New-York, with instructions for taking the census of the whole Colony S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0330, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0330
60 Application to the New-York Congress from a number of persons in Blooming-Grove, who wish to form a Company of Light-Horse S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0423, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0423
61 Letter from General Schuyler to General Washington: Medicines are much wanted at Fort George and Ticonderoga S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0428, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0428
62 Letter from the Commissioners in Canada to General Schuyler, May 17: They are about to proceed from Montreal to the Sorel, where the Army is collected ... S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0429, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0429
63 Letter from the Commissioners in Canada to the President of Congress, May 17: Doctor Franklin, who with the Rev. Mr. Carroll, left Montreal on the 11t ... S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0430, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0430
64 Letter From General Thomas to the Commissioners in Canada, May 15: He remained six days at Deschambault, in hopes of receiving a supply of provisions, ... S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0431, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0431
65 Letter from Theodore Sedgwick to General Wooster: General Thomas being at present incapable of attending to the necessary concerns of the Army, sugges ... S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0433, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0433
66 Letter from the Commissioners in Canada to the President of Congress: General Thomas is at Chambly, under the small-pox, and has sent for General Woos ... S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0434, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0434
67 Letter from Governour Trumbull to the President of Congress: The navigation of the Sound and the security of the American fleet are important objects, ... S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0447, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0447
68 Letter from the Maryland Council of Safety to Captain Nicholson S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0492, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0492
69 Letter from the Committee for Northampton County, Pennsylvania, to the Philadelphia Committee S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0500, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0500
70 Letter from the Maryland Council of Safety to Captain Hill S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0513, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0513
71 Letter from General Schuyler to Colonel Dayton, May 14: Instructions for proceedings in Johnstown S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0546, S4-V6-P02-sp01-D0546
72 Resolve + Order S4-V6-P02-sp03-D0005, S4-V6-P02-sp03-D0005
73 Maritime S4-V6-P02-sp03-D0006, S4-V6-P02-sp03-D0006
74 Letter from Captain Nicholson to the Maryland Council of Safety: Is proceeding with the ship up to Baltimore. Has seen nothing of the enemy's ships si ... S4-V6-P02-sp04-D0002, S4-V6-P02-sp04-D0002
75 Letter from the Committee for Reading, Pennsylvania, to the Committee of Philadelphia: They have appointed a Delegation to attend the Conference on th ... S4-V6-P02-sp04-D0006, S4-V6-P02-sp04-D0006
76 Letter from Lord Stirling to General Washington: Condition of the Fortifications in the Highlands, West-Point and other places mentioned as proper pos ... S4-V6-P02-sp04-D0013, S4-V6-P02-sp04-D0013
77 Letter from Ezra L'Hommedieu to the New-York Congress S4-V6-P02-sp04-D0042, S4-V6-P02-sp04-D0042
78 Letter from the Maryland Council of Safety to General Chamberlaine and other officers: Requesting the Militia may not be alarmed on the approach of th ... S4-V6-P02-sp04-D0048, S4-V6-P02-sp04-D0048
79 Letter from the Maryland Council of Safety to Captain Beall S4-V6-P02-sp04-D0050, S4-V6-P02-sp04-D0050
80 Letter from Genral Putnam to the New-York Congress: On the propriety at keeping at hard labour persons arrested as inimical to the measure of the Unit ... S4-V6-P02-sp04-D0063, S4-V6-P02-sp04-D0063
81 Letter from Genral Putnam to the New-York Congress: On the propriety at keeping at hard labour persons arrested as inimical to the measure of the Unit ... S4-V6-P02-sp04-D0064, S4-V6-P02-sp04-D0064
82 Letter from the New-York Congress to General Putnam: The prisoners are not to be compelled to labour at the Fort S4-V6-P02-sp04-D0065, S4-V6-P02-sp04-D0065
83 Letter from General Howe to Lord George Germaine S4-V6-P02-sp04-D0072, S4-V6-P02-sp04-D0072