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1 Letter from General Lee to General Burgoyne S4-V4-P01-sp06-D0009, S4-V4-P01-sp06-D0009
2 Letter from General Sullivan to Meshech Weare: The Congress having given New-Hampshire a pover to assume Government, he submits his views of the form ... S4-V4-P01-sp06-D0219, S4-V4-P01-sp06-D0219
3 Letter from a Clergyman in Maryland to the Earl of Dartmouth S4-V4-P01-sp12-D0013, S4-V4-P01-sp12-D0013
4 Letter from Cortlandt Skinner to Colonel William Skinner: We have actually begun a Revolution. The Congress are our King, Lords, and Commons. They hav ... S4-V4-P01-sp12-D0014, S4-V4-P01-sp12-D0014
5 Address of a British American to the Inhabitants of the United Colonies: Advises an immediate declaration of Independence S4-V4-P01-sp14-D0057, S4-V4-P01-sp14-D0057
6 Report of Committee appointed to procure copies of Petitions to the King and Parliament S4-V4-P01-sp15-D0069, S4-V4-P01-sp15-D0069
7 Petition to the House of Commons, Sept 22, 1768 S4-V4-P01-sp15-D0074, S4-V4-P01-sp15-D0074
8 Letter from an English American to the Earl of Dartmouth S4-V4-P01-sp16-D0002, S4-V4-P01-sp16-D0002
9 Letter from Silas Deane to James Hogg, giving his views on the Government proper to be adopted for Transylvania S4-V4-P01-sp16-D0043, S4-V4-P01-sp16-D0043
10 The Monitor, No. 9: Showing it has been, and still is, the intention of the Ministry to reduce the Colonies to a state of absolute subjection to the a ... S4-V4-P01-sp16-D0057, S4-V4-P01-sp16-D0057
11 Letter from M. Pelissier to the President of Congress, on the state of affairs in Canada S4-V4-P01-sp16-D0119, S4-V4-P01-sp16-D0119
12 Translation of M. Pelissier's Letter S4-V4-P01-sp16-D0121, S4-V4-P01-sp16-D0121
13 Copy of Petition of the honourable Continental Congress, sitting at Philadelphia, July 8, 1775, to His Majesty S4-V4-P01-sp16-D0130, S4-V4-P01-sp16-D0130
14 Address to the Soldiers of Massachusetts-Bay, who are now in Arms against the Laws of their Country: By continuing in Arms, they will trample upon the ... S4-V4-P01-sp16-D0194, S4-V4-P01-sp16-D0194
15 Instructions to the Maryland Delegates in Congress: They are not, without the approbation of the Convention, to assent to a declaration of Independenc ... S4-V4-P01-sp16-D0196, S4-V4-P01-sp16-D0196
16 Common Sense-- I. Of the Origin and Design of Government in general, with concise Remarks on the English Constitution. II. Of Monarchy and Hereditary ... S4-V4-P01-sp16-D0206, S4-V4-P01-sp16-D0206
17 Extract from a Report of the Lords of Trade to the Committee of His Majesty's Most Honourable Privy Council, for Plantation Affairs, dated December 3, ... S4-V4-P01-sp20-D0017, S4-V4-P01-sp20-D0017
18 Records to be removed from Annapolis to some place of greater security, Declaration of the Convention on the King's Speech to Parliament, on the 27th ... S4-V4-P01-sp21-D0051, S4-V4-P01-sp21-D0051
19 Ancient Testimony and Principles of the People called Quakers renewed, with respect to the King and Government, and coaching the commotions now prevai ... S4-V4-P01-sp22-D0057, S4-V4-P01-sp22-D0057
20 Letter from General Lee to the President of Congress: Has collected about twelve hundred Men in Connecticut, and is marching directly to New-York, adv ... S4-V4-P01-sp22-D0102, S4-V4-P01-sp22-D0102
21 Cosmopolitan to the Inhabitants of the American Colonies, No. 6 S4-V4-P01-sp22-D0213, S4-V4-P01-sp22-D0213
22 Cosmopolitan to the Inhabitants of the American Colonies, No. 7 S4-V4-P01-sp22-D0347, S4-V4-P01-sp22-D0347
23 Candidus to the People of Pennsylvania: Independence is the only step that can bring the contest to a speedy and happy issue S4-V4-P01-sp22-D0350, S4-V4-P01-sp22-D0350
24 Address of a Religious Politician to the People in general: We are reduced to the necessity of becoming independent and entering into a war with Great ... S4-V4-P01-sp24-D0052, S4-V4-P01-sp24-D0052
25 Thoughts on Government, by John Adams S4-V4-P01-sp28-D0024, S4-V4-P01-sp28-D0024
26 Salus Popall to the Freemen of the Province of Pennsylvania, in favor of Independence S4-V4-P01-sp28-D0028, S4-V4-P01-sp28-D0028
27 Letter from a Gentleman of publick character in New-Jersey to his Friend in Massachusetts: The conduct of General Washington has justified his expecta ... S4-V4-P01-sp28-D0029, S4-V4-P01-sp28-D0029
28 Cosmopolitan to the Inhabitants of the American Colonies, No. 8 S4-V4-P01-sp28-D0075, S4-V4-P01-sp28-D0075
29 Questions and Answers on the Independence of the Colonies S4-V4-P01-sp28-D0081, S4-V4-P01-sp28-D0081
30 Letter from Major Hawley to Elbridge Gerry: Without an American Independent Supreme Government and Constitution, wisely devised and designed, well est ... S4-V4-P01-sp28-D0106, S4-V4-P01-sp28-D0106
31 Dr. William Smith's Oration S4-V4-P01-sp28-D0118, S4-V4-P01-sp28-D0118
32 Plain Hints On the Condition of the Colonies S4-V4-P01-sp33-D0073, S4-V4-P01-sp33-D0073
33 Report on Lord Stirling's Letters considered and agreed to, Resolutions respecting the Totins, and the barbarities of the enemy S4-V4-P01-sp36-D0005, S4-V4-P01-sp36-D0005