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1 Letter from Colonel Hollingsworth to Maryland Council of Safety: Necessary to have cash lodged in the County, in some person's hands, for the publick ... S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0032, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0032
2 Letter from Josiah Bartlett to John Langdon: Prays him to send the Raleigh to sea as soon as possible. General Sullivan has arrived in Philadelphia, o ... S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0033, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0033
3 Letter from the Committee of Lancaster (Pennsylvania) to the Committee of Carlisle: Informing of the removal of Lieutenant William Barrington, prisone ... S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0034, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0034
4 Letter from General Washington to the New York Convention: impossible to give any assistance to prevent the cattle on Long Island from falling into th ... S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0035, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0035
5 Letter from Doctor Morgan to General Gates: sends him a large assortment of medicines, all capital articles S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0036, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0036
6 Extract of a letter from New-York: Account of the battle on Long-Island S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0037, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0037
7 Letter from General De Lancey to Colonel Conkling: Stating the terms on which General Howe is willing to accept the submission of the inhabitants of S ... S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0038, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0038
8 Letter from Colonel Cary to General Heath: The Commander-in-Chief has desired Colonel Moylan to place an Assistant Quarter-master up at King's Bridge S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0039, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0039
9 Letter from Ebenezer Hazard to John McKesson: Suggests that there should be a post-rider daily to and from New-York S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0040, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0040
10 Return of the Officers chosen by the different Companies in King's County, who have signed the Declaration and taken their commissions S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0041, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0041
11 Letter from Joseph Bull to General Woodhull: Taken into custody by order of General Scott, represents himself friendly to the American cause S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0042, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0042
12 Letter from Lieutenant Edget to New-York Convention: Requests to be dismissed from S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0043, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0043
13 the service on account of ill health, Letter from General Schuyler to General Gates: Not a sheet of musket cartridge paper is to be had here. Not a ma ... S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0044, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0044
14 Certificate of Lieutenant-Colonel Wait of the most advantageous post on Onion river S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0045, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0045
15 Order to Commanding Officer of the Company raised by Captain Faucett to maintain his post at Jerico, on Onion river S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0046, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0046
16 Letter from General St. Clair to Lieutenant Colonel Allen: T.here were two points on which they had perfectly agreed: first, that Independence was not ... S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0047, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0047
17 Letter from William Gilliland to General Arnold: Complains of the troops and sailors having wantonly committed great destruction on several of his pla ... S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0048, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0048
18 Letter from Colonel Hartley to General Gates: Has despatched two boats to the fleet to see what they are doing on board S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0049, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0049
19 Instructions to their Representatives, voted by the freemen of a town in Connecticut, at their annual meeting S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0050, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0050
20 Letter from Colonel H. B. Livingston to Governour Trumbull: If a retreat from Long-Island is determined upon, a number of boats will be necessary S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0051, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0051
21 Letter from Governour Trumbull to Nathaniel Shaw, Jun.: Desires him to provide necessary transports for ending a number of troops from New-London to t ... S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0052, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0052
22 Connecticut Council of Safety S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0053, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0053
23 Letter from Commodore Hopkins to the Marine Committee: Captain Whipple sailed On a cruise four days after he got home. Will set himself about manning ... S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0054, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0054
24 Letter from Colonel Joseph Ward to General Washington: Captain Burke, in the armed schooner Warren, taken by a British frigate on the 36th of August S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0055, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0055
25 Letter from Winthrop Sargent to Massachusetts Council: Captain Daniel Waters retook an old coasting sloop which had been taken by the Milford frigate S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0056, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0056
26 Letter from the Maryland Council of Safety to Captain Deans: Directing him to give Sergeant Barnes a discharge S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0057, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0057
27 Sept 2, Letter from Baltimore Committee to Maryland Convention: Recommend Robert Wilmot as a Lieutenant for Ensign S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0058, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0058
28 Letter from William Deakins, Jun., to Maryland Council of Safety:Dennis Griffith recommended for an Ensign S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0059, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0059
29 Letter from John Burrell to Maryland Council of Safety: Thinks he should be First Lieutenant of the ship Defence S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0060, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0060
30 Proceedings of Baltimore Committee S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0061, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0061
31 Letter from Josiah Bartlett to General Folsom: A well-disciplined army to serve during the war ought to be raised as soon as possible. A considerable ... S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0062, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0062
32 Letter from the Marine Committee to Daniel Tillinghast: .Enclosing resolution of Congress ordering tents to be made up and forwarded with all possible ... S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0063, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0063
33 Letter from the Marine Committee to Daniel Tillinghast: .Enclosing resolution of Congress ordering tents to be made up and forwarded with all possible ... S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0064, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0064
34 Petition of Michael Fitzgerald for a military appointment S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0065, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0065
35 Letter from the Committee of Reading to the Committee of Lancaster: Permission for servants of Captains Swan and Anstruther, prisoners, to come to Rea ... S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0066, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0066
36 Letter from the Committee of Reading to the Committee of Lancaster: Permission for servants of Captains Swan and Anstruther, prisoners, to come to Rea ... S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0067, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0067
37 Letter from the Committee of Reading to the Committee of Lancaster: Permission for servants of Captains Swan and Anstruther, prisoners, to come to Rea ... S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0068, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0068
38 Letter from General Washington to the President of Congress: His situation truly distressing, troops dispirited, militia dismayed, intractable, and gr ... S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0069, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0069
39 General Orders, September 1, 2 S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0070, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0070
40 General Orders, September 1, 2 S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0071, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0071
41 Orders from General De Lancey to Colonel Fanning: Directing him to order all who have taken up arms in Suffolk County, New-York, to lay down their arm ... S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0072, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0072
42 Letter from Colonel Lewis to Governour Trumbull: His regiment is discontented with the order, that no officers of Militia assume distinctions superiou ... S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0073, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0073
43 Extract of a letter from Colonel Joseph Reed to Mrs. Reed: Trusts his country may yet be free whatever may be the fate of the Army cooped up, or in da ... S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0074, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0074
44 Letter From General Howe to Lord George Germain: As there may probably be another campaign before the rebellion is quelled, proposes an augmentation o ... S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0075, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0075
45 Extract of a letter from an English Field Officer on Long-Island: By the steps the General is taking he will effectually cut off the retreat of the Re ... S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0076, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0076
46 Extract of a letter from an English Officer of the Guards on Long-Island: There has been a battle in New-York between the New Englanders and the New-Y ... S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0077, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0077
47 Petition of Captain Townsend's Company to the Convention of New-York, for an increase of the pay for their subsistence S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0078, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0078
48 Petition of Captain Townsend's Company to the Convention of New-York, for an increase of the pay for their subsistence S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0079, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0079
49 Halifax, Cumberland County, (New-York,) Town meeting: Voted not to choose a Delegate to .meet the Green-Mountain Boys S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0080, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0080
50 Letter from General Schuyler to the President of Congress: Recommends that provision be made for two Indian boys from Dartmouth College S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0081, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0081
51 Letter from General Schuyler to General Washington: Has it amply in his power to justify every part of his conduct, and hopes the inquiry which he has ... S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0082, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0082
52 Sept 2, Letter from General Schuyler to Governour Trumbull: If many gentlemen in high offices were influenced by candour and ingeniousness, they would ... S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0083, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0083
53 Letter from General Gates to Governour Trumbull: The Congress have, in some instances, forgot us, but they are excusable. All things conspire to make ... S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0084, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0084
54 Letter from General Gates to General Waterbury: Every thing necessary for the equipment of the row-galleys arrived last night S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0085, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0085
55 Letter from John Trumbull to the Board of War: Transmitting returns of the Northern army S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0086, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0086
56 Letter from John Trumbull to Governour Trumbull: Pleased that the tents and clothing are coming. Finds there is so much ceremony in the Congress that ... S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0087, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0087
57 Letter from General St. Clair to the President of Congress: Acknowledging receipt of his commission as Brigadier-General S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0088, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0088
58 Letter from Colonel Hartley to General Gates: What is very strange, General Arnold was within ten miles of this yesterday afternoon S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0089, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0089
59 Letter from Governour Trumbull to General Washington: Has resolved to throw over upon Long-Island a thousand or fifteen hundred troops S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0090, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0090
60 Letter from Governour Trumbull to the Council of Massachusetts: Enclosing an application for the exchange of Mr. Stevens S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0091, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0091
61 Letter from Governour Trumbull to the Council of Massachusetts: Enclosing an application for the exchange of Mr. Stevens S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0092, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0092
62 Proceedings of Connecticut Council of Safety S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0093, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0093
63 Petition of Joseph Hutchinson and others to the Governour and Council of Connecticut: Remonstrating against the High Sheriff of the County of Windham ... S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0094, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0094
64 Petition of William Durkee and others: Remonstrating against the High Sheriff of Windham County, Connecticut, continuing any longer in office S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0095, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0095
65 Letter from Commodore Hopkins to General Washington: Wishes him to endeavour to get Mr. Henry Hawkins exchanged S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0096, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0096
66 Letter from Commodore Hopkins to Captain Josiah: Congress have given directions to get him exchanged S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0097, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0097
67 Letter from Isaac Lathrop to Richard Devens: Should be glad to furnish shot or any thing else in that way S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0098, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0098
68 Letter from Elnathan Bates to Richard Devens: Should be glad to have the remainder of his account, the small-pox prevents his coming to Boston S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0099, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0099
69 Letter from Elnathan Bates to Richard Devens: Should be glad to have the remainder of his account, the small-pox prevents his coming to Boston S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0100, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0100
70 Massachusetts Council: The resolve of 29th April, allowing the officers of vessels in the Colony service to inlist men out of the companies raised for ... S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0101, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0101
71 Petition of Joseph North to the Massachusetts Assembly S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0102, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0102
72 Petition of Josiah Batchelder, Ju., for a commission for the brigantine Retaliation S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0103, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0103
73 Petition of John Winthrop, Jun., for a commission for the sloop Union S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0104, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0104
74 Petition of the Committee of Middleborough: They meet with difficulties in selling and leasing the estates of persons who have fled to Boston S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0105, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0105
75 Committee of the town of Pittsfield: Captain Charles Goodrich published as an enemy to his country S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0106, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0106
76 Extract of a letter from Captain Dennison, of the Expedition transport: Had captured the privateer Adventurer, Captain Bronson S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0107, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0107
77 Extract of a letter received in London: General Howe will not give the Provincials time to breathe, but push his successes like a winning gamester S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0108, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0108
78 Letter from James Lloyd Chamberlaine to Maryland Council of Safety: Has engaged a guard of eight men to take charge of the publick magazine in Talbot ... S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0109, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0109
79 Sept 3, Letter from the President of Congress to General Washington: Congress have resolved that no damage should be done to the city of New York S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0110, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0110
80 Letter from the President of Congress to General Lewis, Virginia, General Moore, North Carolina, and Commanding Officer of Continental Troops in Rhode ... S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0111, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0111
81 Letter from the President of Congress to General Lewis, Virginia, General Moore, North Carolina, and Commanding Officer of Continental Troops in Rhode ... S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0112, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0112
82 Circular of the President of Congress to the Assemblies of New-Hampshire, Massachusetts-Bay, Connecticut, and Rhode-Island, and Conventions of Pennsyl ... S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0113, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0113
83 Letter from Josiah Bartlett to William Whipple: Congress is very thin, there are difficulties either in accepting or refusing the conference proposed ... S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0114, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0114
84 Petition of Jeremiah Halsey to the Continental Congress, representing that he has been deprived of his wages, and injured in his publick character as ... S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0115, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0115
85 Letter from Colonel Joseph Wood to General St. Clair: Is prevented by the state of his wound from joining the Army, will set off next week sick or wel ... S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0116, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0116
86 Letter from General Washington to General Mercer: The most salutary consequences may result from having a strong encampment at Fort Lee S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0117, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0117
87 Letter from General Washington to Colonel Moylan: Wishes to have a quantity of boards collected at King's Bridge S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0118, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0118
88 Letter from William Palfrey to General Heath: Has sent books, papers, etc., to his quarters for security S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0119, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0119
89 Letter from Colonel Moylan to General Heath: Tools and necessaries belonging to the smiths' department ordered to his encampment for security S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0120, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0120
90 Report of Colonel Rufus Putnam to General Washington: Has reconnoitred every part about the Island of New-York, and the main as far as Frog's Point S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0121, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0121
91 Letter from General George Clinton to the New-York Convention, enclosing the examination of John Wooly, confined on suspicion of supplying the enemy w ... S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0122, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0122
92 Letter from General George Clinton to the New-York Convention, enclosing the examination of John Wooly, confined on suspicion of supplying the enemy w ... S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0123, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0123
93 Petition of Joshua Ferris, a prisoner, confined in the goal of the White-Plains, Westchester County, New-York S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0124, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0124
94 Letter from General Schuyler to General Gates: The New-York Provincial Congress has moved up to Fishkill S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0125, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0125
95 Letter from. H. Glen to General Schuyler: Should there be any occasion for hands he can get in one day as many as he wants in town S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0126, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0126
96 Letter from General Waterbury to General Gates: Has received a considerable quantity of clothing sent by Governour Trumbull S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0127, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0127
97 Colonel John Brown's complaint against General Arnold S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0128, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0128
98 Connecticut Council of Safety S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0129, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0129
99 Letter from James McCobb to Henry Gardner, enclosing subscriptions of inhabitants of Georgetown, Massachusetts, to aid Canada Expedition S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0130, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0130
100 Letter from James McCobb to Henry Gardner, enclosing subscriptions of inhabitants of Georgetown, Massachusetts, to aid Canada Expedition S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0131, S5-V2-P01-sp03-D0131

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