Title: Letter to the New-York Congress, from their Delegates in the Continental Congress, urging them, by all means, to complete their levies of Men without delay, the honour as well as the interest of the Congress is much concerned in the success of this measure, Connecticut boasts of having raised their Men in ten days.
Citation: American Archives Series 4, Volume 2, Page 1137
Author/Presenter: New-York Delegates, Continental Congress; Livingston, Philip; Alsop, John; Jay, John; Floyd, William; Livingston, Robert, Jr.
Themes: Key people, events, and institutions: Continental Congress; Key people, events, and institutions: meetings, provincial conventions and assemblies; Military action: intelligence and planning; Military action: logistics, provisioning, and recruitment; Mobilizing the populace: elections and dissemination of convention proceedings
Date Presented: 1775-06-30
Date Composed: 1775-6-30
Where Written: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, North America
Recipient: New-York, Congress
Document ID: S4-V2-P01-sp32-D0606
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