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1 Declaration in answer to Lord Dunmore's Proclamation of November 7 S4-V4-P01-sp05-D0010, S4-V4-P01-sp05-D0010
2 Letter from Governour Tryon to Whitehead Hicks, enclosing an Address to the Inhabitants of New-York S4-V4-P01-sp06-D0060, S4-V4-P01-sp06-D0060
3 Letter from a Citizen to Governour Tryon, on his Address to the Inhabitants of New-York S4-V4-P01-sp06-D0061, S4-V4-P01-sp06-D0061
4 Letter from Governour Trumbull to General Schuyler S4-V4-P01-sp06-D0099, S4-V4-P01-sp06-D0099
5 Plan of Reconciliation with the Colonies-offered in the House of Commons by Mr. Hartley S4-V4-P01-sp06-D0132, S4-V4-P01-sp06-D0132
6 Letter from London: Measures of the Ministry to carry into effect their plans with regard to the Colonies S4-V4-P01-sp06-D0166, S4-V4-P01-sp06-D0166
7 Letter from a Gentleman in London to his friend in Virginia: Government does not intend to make the Grand Armament at Boston, the whole Force, includi ... S4-V4-P01-sp06-D0167, S4-V4-P01-sp06-D0167
8 Declaration by the Convention of Virginia, on Lord Dunmore's Proclamation of November 7 S4-V4-P01-sp06-D0241, S4-V4-P01-sp06-D0241
9 Letter from St. Eustatia, signed 'Yankoo,' communicated to the House of Representatives of Massachusetts by the Speaker S4-V4-P01-sp06-D0254, S4-V4-P01-sp06-D0254
10 Letter from Richmond County Committee to the New-York Congress S4-V4-P01-sp08-D0010, S4-V4-P01-sp08-D0010
11 Letter from a Clergyman in Maryland to the Earl of Dartmouth S4-V4-P01-sp12-D0013, S4-V4-P01-sp12-D0013
12 Letter from General Greene to Jacob Greene: Is surprised that the Committee of Newport are desirous of nourishing such a serpent as Wallace in the bos ... S4-V4-P01-sp12-D0024, S4-V4-P01-sp12-D0024
13 Extract of a Letter from London to a Gentleman in Virginia: Our connection with England ought to be dissolved. The Bill that has now passed Parliament ... S4-V4-P01-sp12-D0025, S4-V4-P01-sp12-D0025
14 Resolutions on Governour Tryon's Letter of the 4th instant to the Inhabitants of New-York, reported, debated, and postponed till Monday next S4-V4-P01-sp13-D0025, S4-V4-P01-sp13-D0025
15 Additional Resolutions on Governour Tryon's Letter adopted S4-V4-P01-sp13-D0058, S4-V4-P01-sp13-D0058
16 Resolutions on Governour Tryon's Letter of the 4th instant S4-V4-P01-sp13-D0061, S4-V4-P01-sp13-D0061
17 Letter from the Committee for Richmond County, December 15: The Freeholders of the County have refused to send Deputies to the Provincial Congress, Co ... S4-V4-P01-sp13-D0084, S4-V4-P01-sp13-D0084
18 Act of Parliament S4-V4-P01-sp14-D0004, S4-V4-P01-sp14-D0004
19 Address of Salus Populi to the People of North America, on the necessity of framing a general plan of connection between the Provinces, or what may be ... S4-V4-P01-sp14-D0052, S4-V4-P01-sp14-D0052
20 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
21 Letter to the absent Members of the Provincial Congress, urging their prompt attendance on the first of February, to counteract the measures of the Go ... S4-V4-P01-sp16-D0117, S4-V4-P01-sp16-D0117
22 To the Electors of Great Britain S4-V4-P01-sp16-D0131, S4-V4-P01-sp16-D0131
23 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
24 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
25 Letter from Thomas Lynch to General Washington: Lord Drummond is at Philadelphia, with terms of reconciliation, he will propose them to the considerat ... S4-V4-P01-sp18-D0036, S4-V4-P01-sp18-D0036
26 Letter from General Howe to the Earl of Dartmouth: His advice is to leave the Southern Provinces, in the fullest persuasion of their Security, until t ... S4-V4-P01-sp20-D0010, S4-V4-P01-sp20-D0010
27 Instructions for the Deputies further Considered, and adopted S4-V4-P01-sp21-D0041, S4-V4-P01-sp21-D0041
28 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
29 Proclamation by the General Court of Massachusetts S4-V4-P01-sp22-D0142, S4-V4-P01-sp22-D0142
30 Letter from Thomas Lynch to General Washington: Is at New-York, as One era Committee from Congress, the strong apathy that holds Congress in fetters, ... S4-V4-P01-sp24-D0030, S4-V4-P01-sp24-D0030
31 Letter from Lord Drummond to General Robertson: From all his conversations with the gentlemen at Philadelphia, he is convinced they are seriously disp ... S4-V4-P01-sp24-D0031, S4-V4-P01-sp24-D0031
32 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
33 Letter from General Washington to Joseph Reed S4-V4-P01-sp26-D0042, S4-V4-P01-sp26-D0042
34 An earnest Appeal to the People: The whole scene appears rapidly advancing towards Independence, as hastily as Infinite Wisdom thinks proper to conduc ... S4-V4-P01-sp26-D0077, S4-V4-P01-sp26-D0077
35 Letter to the absent Members of the Provincial Congress, urging their prompt attendance on the first of February, to counteract the measures of the Go ... S4-V4-P01-sp27-D0022, S4-V4-P01-sp27-D0022
36 To the Inhabitants of the Colony of New-York S4-V4-P01-sp27-D0025, S4-V4-P01-sp27-D0025
37 Salus Popall to the Freemen of the Province of Pennsylvania, in favor of Independence S4-V4-P01-sp28-D0028, S4-V4-P01-sp28-D0028
38 Letter from General Washington to the President of Congress: He has declined sending the Letter of Lord Drummond to General Howe, and sends it to Cong ... S4-V4-P01-sp28-D0035, S4-V4-P01-sp28-D0035
39 Letter from Lord Drummond to General Robertson, dated February 5 S4-V4-P01-sp28-D0036, S4-V4-P01-sp28-D0036
40 Letter from John Adams to a Friend: He can see no prospect, no probability, no possibility of a reconciliation with Great Britain: the Newspapers in P ... S4-V4-P01-sp28-D0100, S4-V4-P01-sp28-D0100
41 Letter from the Committee of Safety of Virginia to Lord Dunmore: They are not authorized or inclined to intermeddle in the mode of negotiating a recon ... S4-V4-P01-sp28-D0144, S4-V4-P01-sp28-D0144
42 Letter from the Committee of Safety of Virginia to Lord Dunmore: They are not authorized or inclined to intermeddle in the mode of negotiating a recon ... S4-V4-P01-sp28-D0145, S4-V4-P01-sp28-D0145
43 Proclamation S4-V4-P01-sp30-D0086, S4-V4-P01-sp30-D0086
44 Remarks on the paragraphs from Lord Dunmore's Virginia Gazette, printed on board his own Ship. S4-V4-P01-sp31-D0025, S4-V4-P01-sp31-D0025
45 Extract of a Letter from Williamsburgh, Virginia, to a Gentleman in Philadelphia: General Clinton, with his Troops, the Mercury, Kingfisher, and two o ... S4-V4-P01-sp33-D0049, S4-V4-P01-sp33-D0049
46 Letter from Robert Alexander to the Maryland Council of Safety: Congress has ordered an advance of twenty-two thousand Dollars. Mr. Morris has purchas ... S4-V4-P01-sp33-D0051, S4-V4-P01-sp33-D0051