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Letter from the General Committee of Charlestown, S.C., to the New-York Committee, Expressing Their Disapprobation of the Course Pursued by the Assembly of New-York, and Their Determination to Adhere to the Resolutions of the Continental Congress. [1775-03-01] South-Carolina Committee; Pinckney, Charles. [S4-V2-p0001] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Instructions from the Freeholders of Cumberland County, Virginia, to John Mayo and William Fleming, Their Delegates in the Assembly. [1775-03] Virginia, Cumberland County Freeholders. [S4-V2-p0003] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of New-York Committee to the Freeholders and Freemen of the City and County of New-York, Recommending the Choice of Delegates to the Continental Congress. [1775-03-01] New-York Committee. [S4-V2-p0004] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address to the Soldiers Ordered to Embark from Ireland for America. [1775-03] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0004] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address to the Commons of Great Britain in Parliament Assembled, on the Policy of the Ministry in Regard to America, Advising the Repeal of the Acts Which Have Produced the Present Disturbances. [1775-03] Monitor (pseudo.). [S4-V2-p0005] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Meeting of the Governor and Council of North-Carolina. The Proposed Meeting of a Provincial Congress at Newbern in April Declared to be Highly Derogatory to the Dignity of the Legislature Appointed to Meet at the Same Time, Proclamation of Governor Martin. The Proposed Provincial Congress is Contrary to Law, and a Violation of the Constitution, All Good Subjects are Exhorted to Discourage Such Meetings, Cabals, and Illegal Proceedings. [1775-03-01] North-Carolina Council; Martin, Josiah, Governour of North-Carolina. [S4-V2-p0007] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Camillus to the Printers of the Pennsylvania Gazette, in Reply to a Boston Writer, Who Charges the Americans with Having an Entire Independence on the Mother Country in View. [1775-02-22] Camillus (pseudo.). [S4-V2-p0008] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Camillus to the Printers of the Pennsylvania Gazette, in Defence of the Course Pursued by the Americans in Their Opposition to the Measures of the British Government. [1775-03-01] Camillus (pseudo.). [S4-V2-p0010] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolutions of the Committee of Inspection for Newport, Rhode-Island. A Free Press, While it Supports Truth, Liberty and Justice, to be Supported When it is Prostituted to Vile Purposes is to be Discountenanced and Discouraged. All Persons Advised to Discontinue Rivington's Gazetteer. [1775-03-01] Rhode-Island, Newport Committee of Inspection; Tanner, John. [S4-V2-p0012] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from a Gentleman in London to His Friend in Boston. Lord North has no Further Conciliatory Measures to Propose. When the Colonies Come to an Unconditional Submission, the Repeal of the Bills of Last Year Will be Considered. [1775-03-02] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0013] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of Essex County, Virginia, Acquit Captain Joseph Richardson of an Intentional Violation of the Assocation. They Offer a Premium to Encourage Arts and Manufactures in the Colony. [1775-03-02] Virginia, Essex County Committee; Power, J.. [S4-V2-p0013] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Remarks on the Late Manoeuvers in America, by a Real Friend to His King and Country. Virginia and Maryland Condemned for Joining with so much Warmth the New-England Republicans. [1775-03-02] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0014] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address to the Inhabitants of New-York, on the Application of Publick Moneys to Secret Service in America by the British Government. [1775-03-02] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0015] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Tea Burnt at Providence, Rhode-Island. [1775-03-04] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0015] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Samuel Adams to a Gentleman in Virginia, Acknowledging Receipt of Donations for the Poor of Boston. [1775-03-02] Adams, Samuel. [S4-V2-p0016] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Gage and the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts, Collision Probable. Withholding Supplies from the Troops by the People Justified. [1775-03-02] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0016] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address to the Inhabitants of Massachusetts-Bay, No. V, from the County of Hampshire. On the Rights of the Colonies. [1775-03-02] Massachusetts, Hampshire County. [S4-V2-p0018] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from London to a Gentleman in New-York. Reports There, that New-York was Disaffected to the Common Cause, Discredited. [1775-03-02] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0024] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from London to a Gentleman in Philadelphia. The Government Will Persist in Their Measures Against the Colonies. New-York is to be a Place of Arms, and Provisions are to be Provided There for the Support of the Army in New-England. [1775-03-03] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0025] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Earl of Darmouth to the Governour of Georgia. Laments that the People of Georgia, Hitherto so Loyal, Have Manifested a Disposition to Join the Other Colonies. The Lords of the Admiralty have Before Them a Bill for the Collection of His Majesty's Quit-Rents. [1775-03-03] Legge, William, Earl of Dartmouth. [S4-V2-p0025] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Earl of Dartmouth to the Governours of the Several Colonies. The Great Majorities in Both Houses Upon Every Question for Maintaining the Supremacy of Parliament in the Colonies, Shows There Will Not Be the Least Relaxation from Those Measures. [1775-03-03] Legge, William, Earl of Dartmouth. [S4-V2-p0026] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Earl of Darmouth to Deputy-Governor Penn. Has Received his Despatch of January 30, and Laid it Before the King. [1775-03-03] Legge, William, Earl of Dartmouth. [S4-V2-p0026] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Earl of Dartmouth to the Governours of the Colonies, Enclosing the Joint Address of Both Houses of Parliament, of the 7th February, to the King, with His Answer. Also the Bill for Restraining the Fisheries, and the Resolution Offered in the House of Commons on the 20th of February. [1775-02-22] Legge, William, Earl of Dartmouth. [S4-V2-p0026] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Earl of Dartmouth to the Governours of the Colonies. The King Wishes to See a Reconciliation of the Differences with the Colonies, Without Prejudice to the Just Authority of Parliament, Which He Will Never Suffer to Be Violated. The Colonies Bound to Contribute Their Just Proportions of the Publick Burdens of the Nation in Return for the Protection and Support They Have Received. The King Entirely Approves of the Resolution of the House of Commons of 27th February, and Expects a compliance Therewith on the Part of the Colonies. He Will Resist with Firmness Every Attempt to Violate Rights of Parliament. [1775-03-03] Legge, William, Earl of Dartmouth. [S4-V2-p0027] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Copy of the Resolution Adopted by the House of Commons, on the 27th of February, Referred to in the Foregoing Letter. [1775-02-27] House of Commons, Parliament of Great Britain; Legge, William, Earl of Dartmouth. [S4-V2-p0028] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Earl of Darmouth to the Governour of New-York. His Separate Despatch of This Date May be Ostensibly of Use, In Case the Assembly Should Consider the Resolution of 27th February. It is Not the King's Intention That it Shall be Officially Communicated to the Assembly, but He Depends Upon the Ability and Address of Lieutenant-Governour Colden. [1775-03-03] Legge, William, Earl of Dartmouth. [S4-V2-p0029] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Earl of Dartmouth to Lieutenant-Governor Colden. His Despatch of the 1st of February Has Been Received. The Sentiments of Duty to the King and Wishes of a Reconciliation, So Fully Expressed in the Addresses of the Council and Assembly, Have Been Very Graciously Received by His Majesty. [1775-03-04] Legge, William, Earl of Dartmouth. [S4-V2-p0029] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from London to a Gentleman in New-York. The Conduct of New-York Has Filled Every Heart with Joy. The Resolution of Lord North, of February 27, Which is Rounded on the Truest Principle of Policy and Benevolence, Will be Outrageously Censured and Traduced by the Opposition. By this Measure Parliament Gives a Proof that While it Sends Forth the Sword of Justice to Punish the Factious, it Extends Also Friendly Proposals to Invite the Good Citizens to Peace and Reconciliation. [1775-03-04] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0029] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Meeting of the Committee of Chowan County, North-Carolina. Premiums Offered for the Encouragement of Manufactures. [1775-03-04] North-Carolina, Chowan County Committee; Jones, Samuel. [S4-V2-p0030] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from John Sullivan to Mr. Fowle, Enclosing the Articles of Association of the Military Company of Durham, New-Hampshire. [1775-03-04] Sullivan, John. [S4-V2-p0031] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Remarks on Mr. Sullivan's Letter. The Extra-ordinary Spirit to Acquire the Use of Arms at This Time of Civil Discords, Marks Strongly a Disposition to Employ Our Arms Against the Government. [1775-03-17] Monitor (pseudo.). [S4-V2-p0032] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Mr. Sullivan's Reply to Monitor. [1775-03] Sullivan, John. [S4-V2-p0032] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Committee of Norfolk to the Freemen of Virginia, on the Conduct of John Brown, in Inporting Slaves in Violation of the Continental Assocation. [1775-03-06] Virginia, Norfolk Borough Committee; Phripp, Matthew, Chairman; Taylor, James; Hutchings, John; Lawrence, John; Hutchings, Joseph; Newton, Thomas, Jr.; Ritson, Thomas; Boush, John; Holt, James; Jamieson, Neil; Taylor, Robert; Claiborne, Thomas; Inglis, Samuel; Davies, William. [S4-V2-p0033] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of Observation for Baltimore Prohibit the Landing of Salt Imported in Violation of the Continental Association. [1775-03-06] Maryland, Baltimore Committee of Observation. [S4-V2-p0034] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of Cumberland County, New-Jersey, Break Off All Dealings with Silas Newcomb, a Member of the Committee, Who Has Drank East-India Tea in His Family Ever Since the 1st Day of March, Instant, in Violation of the Continental Association. [1775-03-06] New-Jersey, Cumberland County Committee. [S4-V2-p0034] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Recantation of Silas Newcomb, Which is Accepted by the Committee. [1775-05-11] Newcomb, Silas; Ewing, Thomas; New-Jersey, Cumberland County Committee. [S4-V2-p0034] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of Observation and Inspection for Freehold, New-Jersey, Declare James Rivington, of New-York, Printer, a Malignant Enemy to the Liberties of This Country, for His Attempts to Disunite the Colonies. [1775-03-06] New-Jersey, Freehold Committee of Observation and Inspection; Anderson, John, Chair, New-Jersey, Freehold Committee of Observation and Inspection. [S4-V2-p0035] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Major Benjamin Floyd, of Brookhaven, Suffolk County, New-York, to Mr. Rivington, in Reply to Some Resolutions Adopted by a Committee at Smithtown, on the 23rd of February. [1775-03-06] Floyd, Benjamin, Major. [S4-V2-p0036] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Meeting of the People of Danvers. Officers Chosen for an Alarm List Company. [1775-03-06] Massachusetts, Danvers Third Company Alarm List; Balch, Benjamin; Putnam, Edmund; Putnam, Tarrant; Dale, Archibald. [S4-V2-p0037] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Reflections on the Present State of Affairs in America. The Americans will be Compelled to Follow the Example of the United Provinces, and Publish a Manifesto to the World, Showing the Necessity of Dissolving Their Connection with Great Britain. [1775-03-06] Time and Judgment (pseudo.). [S4-V2-p0037] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Oration Delivered at the Request of the Inhabitants of Boston, to Commemorate the Bloody Tragedy of the 5th of March, 1770, by Doctor Joseph Warren. [1775-03-06] Warren, Joseph. [S4-V2-p0038] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address to the Inhabitants of New-York Against the Recommendation of the Committee to Elect Delegates. [1775-03-06] Freeman (pseudo.). [S4-V2-p0044] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address to the Inhabitants of the City of New-York. The Method Proposed by the Committee for the Nomination of Delegates Extremely Exceptionable. [1775-03-06] Burgher (pseudo.). [S4-V2-p0044] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address to the Respectable Inhabitants of the City of New-York Against the Election of Delegates to the Continental Congress. The Proceedings of the Late Congress were Violent and Treasonable. One of Their Members (Sullivan) Guilty of Open Treason in the Broad Face of Day. Deputies to a Provincial Congress Ought Not to be Chosen. In the Other Colonies Provincial Congresses are Closing the Courts of Justice, Wresting the Troops Out of the King's Hands, and Enlisting Minute-Men to Annihilate His Just and Legal Authority. [1775-03-06] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0044] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address to the Publick in Answer to the Foregoing. [1775-03-07] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0046] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Affidavit of John Graham, Clerk to Robert and John Murray, Owners of the Ship Beulah. The Ship Left the Watering Place at Staten Island Yesterday, and Passed the Light-House at Eight O'Clock This Morning. Does Not Believe Any Boat was Employed to Land Any Goods from the Vessel. [1775-03-07] Graham, John. [S4-V2-p0048] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Account of the Meetings on the Evenings of Thursday, Friday and Saturday Last, and on Monday Morning, the 6th Instant, When it was Determined, by Large Majorities, to Send Deputies to a Provincial Congress Authorized to Choose Delegates to the Next Continental Congress. [1775-03-08] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0048] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Another Account of the Proceedings and of the Meeting on Monday. The Friends of Constitutional Liberty Disapprove of the Measures. They Proposed the Postponement of All Action Until After the Adjournment of the Assembly and the Arrival of the Packet from England. The Committee, in Recommending the Choice of Delegates, Exceeded Their Powers, and at the Meeting Held on Monday, at Their Request, it was Impossible to Determine on Which Side the Majority Was. [1775-03-08] Impartial (pseudo.). [S4-V2-p0049] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Meeting of the New-York Committee. Philip Livingston and John Jay Appointed to Inquire of Mr. Rivington on What Authority He Made a False and Groundless Statement in His Paper. [1775-03-08] New-York Committee. [S4-V2-p0050] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Mr. Livingston and Mr. Jay, March 13, Report to the Committee that Mr. Rivington Says He Made the Statement on Common Rumour, But Will Be More Careful in the Future. [1775-03-13] Livingston, Philip; Jay, John. [S4-V2-p0050] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Mr. Rivington's Explanation, March 16. [1775-03-16] Rivington, James. [S4-V2-p0050] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Reolutions of the Committee. [1775-03-13] New-York Committee. [S4-V2-p0050] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address to the People of England. A defence of the Americans against the charge of High Treason. [1775-03-07] Brecknock. [S4-V2-p0051] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Constitutional Society, Report of Letters. [1775-03-07] Constitutional Society. [S4-V2-p0054] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

To the Constitutional Society. [1775-03-07] . [S4-V2-p0054] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

To Richard Oliver from J. J.. [1775-03-07] Constitutional Society; Oliver, Richard. [S4-V2-p0054] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

To Richard Oliver from H. B. J.. [1775-03-07] Constitutional Society; Oliver, Richard. [S4-V2-p0054] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

William Finch to the Constitutional Society. [1775-03-07] Finch, William. [S4-V2-p0055] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Treasurer's Report. [1775-03-07] Constitutional Society; Oliver, Richard. [S4-V2-p0055] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extract of a Letter from London. The Crisis, No. 3, (a periodical Paper,) burnt by the common hangman yesterday at Westminster, and to-day at the Royal Exchange, by order of the House of Commons. [1775-03-07] Anonymous. [The Crisis was a seditious British periodical, published in London in 1775 and 1776 (T. W. Shaw, publisher). 92 issues of the The Crisis appeared. They were probably written and printed by William Moore, who had edited two other seditious publications, including the Whisperer. Number 3 was publically burned. Numbers 1—9 were quickly reprinted in northern American towns (New York, Newport, Philadelphia, Norwich [1—6 only], Hartford [1—6 only], and New London [1 and 7 only]). A collection of numbers 1—28 appeared in New York in 1776. Information from WorldCat, the University of Georgia online catalogue (of Early American Imprints), the William Reese Company Catalogue online (item no longer available), and John Sainsbury, Disaffected Patriots: London Supporters of Revolutionary America, 1769—1782. (Kingston, Canada, 1987) 85—6, 99.] [S4-V2-p0055] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

House of Lords. [1775-02-27] House of Lords, Parliament of Great Britain. [The Crisis was a seditious British periodical, published in London in 1775 and 1776 (T. W. Shaw, publisher). 92 issues of the The Crisis appeared. They were probably written and printed by William Moore, who had edited two other seditious publications, including the Whisperer. Number 3 was publically burned. Numbers 1—9 were quickly reprinted in northern American towns (New York, Newport, Philadelphia, Norwich [1—6 only], Hartford [1—6 only], and New London [1 and 7 only]). A collection of numbers 1—28 appeared in New York in 1776. Information from WorldCat, the University of Georgia online catalogue (of Early American Imprints), the William Reese Company Catalogue online (item no longer available), and John Sainsbury, Disaffected Patriots: London Supporters of Revolutionary America, 1769—1782. (Kingston, Canada, 1987) 85—6, 99.] [S4-V2-p0055] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

House of Commons. [1775-02-27] House of Commons, Parliament of Great Britain. [The Crisis was a seditious British periodical, published in London in 1775 and 1776 (T. W. Shaw, publisher). 92 issues of the The Crisis appeared. They were probably written and printed by William Moore, who had edited two other seditious publications, including the Whisperer. Number 3 was publically burned. Numbers 1—9 were quickly reprinted in northern American towns (New York, Newport, Philadelphia, Norwich [1—6 only], Hartford [1—6 only], and New London [1 and 7 only]). A collection of numbers 1—28 appeared in New York in 1776. Information from WorldCat, the University of Georgia online catalogue (of Early American Imprints), the William Reese Company Catalogue online (item no longer available), and John Sainsbury, Disaffected Patriots: London Supporters of Revolutionary America, 1769—1782. (Kingston, Canada, 1987) 85—6, 99.] [S4-V2-p0056] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

The Crisis, No. I. To the People of England and America. [1775-01-21] Moore, William?. [The Crisis was a seditious British periodical, published in London in 1775 and 1776 (T. W. Shaw, publisher). 92 issues of the The Crisis appeared. They were probably written and printed by William Moore, who had edited two other seditious publications, including the Whisperer. Number 3 was publically burned. Numbers 1—9 were quickly reprinted in northern American towns (New York, Newport, Philadelphia, Norwich [1—6 only], Hartford [1—6 only], and New London [1 and 7 only]). A collection of numbers 1—28 appeared in New York in 1776. Information from WorldCat, the University of Georgia online catalogue (of Early American Imprints), the William Reese Company Catalogue online (item no longer available), and John Sainsbury, Disaffected Patriots: London Supporters of Revolutionary America, 1769—1782. (Kingston, Canada, 1987) 85—6, 99.] [S4-V2-p0056] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

The Crisis, No. 2. To a Bloody Court, a Bloody Ministry, and a Bloody Parliament. [1775-01-28] Moore, William?. [The Crisis was a seditious British periodical, published in London in 1775 and 1776 (T. W. Shaw, publisher). 92 issues of the The Crisis appeared. They were probably written and printed by William Moore, who had edited two other seditious publications, including the Whisperer. Number 3 was publically burned. Numbers 1—9 were quickly reprinted in northern American towns (New York, Newport, Philadelphia, Norwich [1—6 only], Hartford [1—6 only], and New London [1 and 7 only]). A collection of numbers 1—28 appeared in New York in 1776. Information from WorldCat, the University of Georgia online catalogue (of Early American Imprints), the William Reese Company Catalogue online (item no longer available), and John Sainsbury, Disaffected Patriots: London Supporters of Revolutionary America, 1769—1782. (Kingston, Canada, 1987) 85—6, 99.] [S4-V2-p0059] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

The Crisis, No. 3. To the King. [1775-02-04] Moore, William?. [The Crisis was a seditious British periodical, published in London in 1775 and 1776 (T. W. Shaw, publisher). 92 issues of the The Crisis appeared. They were probably written and printed by William Moore, who had edited two other seditious publications, including the Whisperer. Number 3 was publically burned. Numbers 1—9 were quickly reprinted in northern American towns (New York, Newport, Philadelphia, Norwich [1—6 only], Hartford [1—6 only], and New London [1 and 7 only]). A collection of numbers 1—28 appeared in New York in 1776. Information from WorldCat, the University of Georgia online catalogue (of Early American Imprints), the William Reese Company Catalogue online (item no longer available), and John Sainsbury, Disaffected Patriots: London Supporters of Revolutionary America, 1769—1782. (Kingston, Canada, 1987) 85—6, 99.] [S4-V2-p0061] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

The Crisis, No. 4. To the Conspirators against the Liberties of Mankind at St. James's, in St. Stephen's Chapel, the House of Lords, or amongst the Bench of Bishops, and to the Officers, Soldiers and Seamen, who may be employed to butcher their Relations, Friends and Fellow-Subjects in America. [1775-02-11] Moore, William?. [The Crisis was a seditious British periodical, published in London in 1775 and 1776 (T. W. Shaw, publisher). 92 issues of the The Crisis appeared. They were probably written and printed by William Moore, who had edited two other seditious publications, including the Whisperer. Number 3 was publically burned. Numbers 1—9 were quickly reprinted in northern American towns (New York, Newport, Philadelphia, Norwich [1—6 only], Hartford [1—6 only], and New London [1 and 7 only]). A collection of numbers 1—28 appeared in New York in 1776. Information from WorldCat, the University of Georgia online catalogue (of Early American Imprints), the William Reese Company Catalogue online (item no longer available), and John Sainsbury, Disaffected Patriots: London Supporters of Revolutionary America, 1769—1782. (Kingston, Canada, 1987) 85—6, 99.] [S4-V2-p0063] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

The Crisis, No. 5. To the People. [1775-02-18] Moore, William?. [The Crisis was a seditious British periodical, published in London in 1775 and 1776 (T. W. Shaw, publisher). 92 issues of the The Crisis appeared. They were probably written and printed by William Moore, who had edited two other seditious publications, including the Whisperer. Number 3 was publically burned. Numbers 1—9 were quickly reprinted in northern American towns (New York, Newport, Philadelphia, Norwich [1—6 only], Hartford [1—6 only], and New London [1 and 7 only]). A collection of numbers 1—28 appeared in New York in 1776. Information from WorldCat, the University of Georgia online catalogue (of Early American Imprints), the William Reese Company Catalogue online (item no longer available), and John Sainsbury, Disaffected Patriots: London Supporters of Revolutionary America, 1769—1782. (Kingston, Canada, 1987) 85—6, 99.] [S4-V2-p0066] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

The Crisis, No. 6. To the Right Honourable Lord North, First Lord of the Treasury, Chancelor of the Exchequer, and Ranger of Bushy Park, and c.. [1775-02-25] Moore, William?. [The Crisis was a seditious British periodical, published in London in 1775 and 1776 (T. W. Shaw, publisher). 92 issues of the The Crisis appeared. They were probably written and printed by William Moore, who had edited two other seditious publications, including the Whisperer. Number 3 was publically burned. Numbers 1—9 were quickly reprinted in northern American towns (New York, Newport, Philadelphia, Norwich [1—6 only], Hartford [1—6 only], and New London [1 and 7 only]). A collection of numbers 1—28 appeared in New York in 1776. Information from WorldCat, the University of Georgia online catalogue (of Early American Imprints), the William Reese Company Catalogue online (item no longer available), and John Sainsbury, Disaffected Patriots: London Supporters of Revolutionary America, 1769—1782. (Kingston, Canada, 1987) 85—6, 99.] [S4-V2-p0069] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

The Crisis, No. 8. To the Lords Suffolk, Porefret, Radnor, Apsley and Sandwich. [1775-03-11] Moore, William?. [The Crisis was a seditious British periodical, published in London in 1775 and 1776 (T. W. Shaw, publisher). 92 issues of the The Crisis appeared. They were probably written and printed by William Moore, who had edited two other seditious publications, including the Whisperer. Number 3 was publically burned. Numbers 1—9 were quickly reprinted in northern American towns (New York, Newport, Philadelphia, Norwich [1—6 only], Hartford [1—6 only], and New London [1 and 7 only]). A collection of numbers 1—28 appeared in New York in 1776. Information from WorldCat, the University of Georgia online catalogue (of Early American Imprints), the William Reese Company Catalogue online (item no longer available), and John Sainsbury, Disaffected Patriots: London Supporters of Revolutionary America, 1769—1782. (Kingston, Canada, 1987) 85—6, 99.] [S4-V2-p0071] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

The Crisis, No. 9. To the King. [1775-03-18] Moore, William?. [The Crisis was a seditious British periodical, published in London in 1775 and 1776 (T. W. Shaw, publisher). 92 issues of the The Crisis appeared. They were probably written and printed by William Moore, who had edited two other seditious publications, including the Whisperer. Number 3 was publically burned. Numbers 1—9 were quickly reprinted in northern American towns (New York, Newport, Philadelphia, Norwich [1—6 only], Hartford [1—6 only], and New London [1 and 7 only]). A collection of numbers 1—28 appeared in New York in 1776. Information from WorldCat, the University of Georgia online catalogue (of Early American Imprints), the William Reese Company Catalogue online (item no longer available), and John Sainsbury, Disaffected Patriots: London Supporters of Revolutionary America, 1769—1782. (Kingston, Canada, 1987) 85—6, 99.] [S4-V2-p0073] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Charlestown, S.C., to a Gentleman in London. This Province cannot long subsist without a Free Trade. Before the Non-Exportation Scheme took effect there was a lively Commerce here, now the temper of the People is soured, and their fortunes consuming fast, for want of Trade. It is the wish of the wise and the sober that a speedy reconciliation may be effected. [1775-03-07] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0076] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Meeting of the Committee of Princess Anne County, Virginia. Examination of the charges of John Saunders, Benjamin Dingly Gray and Mitchell Phillips, for violations of the Provincial and Continental Associations. They are all declared to be inimical to the liberties of this Country, and that no person ought to have any commercial intercourse or dealing with them. [1775-03-07] Virginia, Princess Anne County Committee. [S4-V2-p0076] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Outrage committed by Captain Graves, of the King's armed Schooner Diana, upon George Taylor, in the Delaware. [1775-03-15] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0078] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Contradiction of this statement by Lieutenant Dashwood Bacon, of the Diana. [1775-03] Bacon, Dashwood. [S4-V2-p0078] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

John Dowson and John Birthwhistle. [1775-03] Dowson, John; Birthwhistle, John. [S4-V2-p0078] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

To the Publick. [1775-04] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0078] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Affidavit by Nathan Wood. [1775-04-01] Wood, Nathan; McKinley, John. [S4-V2-p0079] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Affidavits of William Carter, Mary Johnston and Daniel Nicholson. [1775-04-01] Carter, William; Johnston, Mary; Nicholson, Daniel; McKinley, John. [S4-V2-p0079] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

To the Publick, Continued. [1775-04] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0079] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to the Printers of Pennyslvania Gazette, with an explanation of several expressions in the Testimony of the Quakers not properly comprehended by persons unacquainted with Friends' writing. [1775-03-08] Amicus Veritatis (pseudo.). [S4-V2-p0080] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

To the Printers of the Pennsylvania Journal. [1775-03] Anonymous; Amicus Veritatis (pseudo.). [S4-V2-p0080] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Defence of the Colonies, by a Lover of English Liberty. [1775-03-08] A Lover of English Liberty (pseudo.). [S4-V2-p0081] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to the Author of a Pamphlet entitled "A Candid Examination of the Mutual Claims of Great Britain and her Colonies, and c.". [1775-03-08] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0085] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Cumberland County, Massachusetts, Convention. Recommend strict obedience to the Resolutions of the Provincial Congress. [1775-03-08] Massachusetts, Cumberland County Convention. [S4-V2-p0091] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Condemn the conduct of Captain Coulson, for importing Sails, and c., for a new Ship, in violation of the Continental Association. [1775-03-09] Massachusetts, Cumberland County Convention. [S4-V2-p0091] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

The several Towns in the County required to provide themselves a Stock of Ammunition, The Inhabitants are requested to adhere strictly to the Resolutions of the Continental and Provincial Congresses. [1775-03-09] Massachusetts, Cumberland County Convention; Freeman, Samuel. [S4-V2-p0092] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from George Mason to George Washington. [1775-03-09] Mason, George. [S4-V2-p0092] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Announcement. [1775-03-13] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0093] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition of Thomas Ditson, Jun. of Billerica, who was tarred and feathered in Boston, by order of Col. Nesbit, of His Majesty's Forty-seventh Regiment. [1775-03-09] Ditson, Thomas. [S4-V2-p0093] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Edmund Quincy. [1775-03-09] Quincy, Edmund. [S4-V2-p0094] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address to the Inhabitants of the Massachusetts-Bay, No. 5, from the County of Hampshire. [1775-03-09] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0094] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Phileirene, defending the British Government against the charges in the Petition of the Continental Congress to the King. [1775-03-09] Phileirene (pseudo.). [S4-V2-p0100] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from A Converted Whig, against Committees and Congresses. [1775-03-09] A Converted Whig (pseudo.). [S4-V2-p0103] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Boston to Mr. Rivington. Conduct of the British Officers in the Old South Meeting-House, on the 6th instant. [1775-03-09] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0106] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee appointed to inquire into the charges of disaffection to the Colony, made against Captains Blackslee, Quintard and Dibble, Committee to inquire into the conduct of the Town of Ridgefield, charged with publishing Resolutions injurious to the Rights of the Colony. [1775-03-02] Connecticut, General Assembly. [S4-V2-p0107] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolution recommending the several Towns in the Colony to contribute liberally to the relief of Boston. [1775-03-08] Connecticut, General Assembly; Williams, William. [S4-V2-p0107] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Vote of Thanks to the Assembly of Jamaica, for their seasonable Mediation in favour of the Colonies on the Continent. [1775-03] Connecticut, General Assembly; Law, Richard. [S4-V2-p0108] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Speaker of the House of Assembly of Connecticut to the Speaker of the House of Assembly of Jamaica, enclosing the Vote of Thanks. [1775-03-14] Connecticut, General Assembly; Williams, William. [S4-V2-p0108] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Trumbull to the Earl of Dartmouth, laying before him the condition and suffering of the Colony, and of Massachusetts, and asking his serious attention to the distresses of the People in all the Colonies. [1775] Trumbull, Jonathan, Governour of Connecticut. [S4-V2-p0108] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Assembly on the Letter. [1775-03] Connecticut, General Assembly; Wyllys, George; Law, Richard. [S4-V2-p0110] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Connecticut to Mr. Rivington. Account of the Proceedings of the Assembly. The Republicans urged the necessity of an Army to be immediately raised, but were over-ruled. A great majority passed a vote to petition His Majesty for a redress of grievances. [1775-03-13] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0110] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from a Gentleman in Connecticut to Mr. Holt, in reply to the foregoing Letter to Mr. Rivington. [1775-03-29] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0111] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

The measures of the Government are calculated to render the Colonies independent. The London Merchants not zealous in the cause of America, those of Glasgow sent up a spirited Petition, but at the same time let it be known that they did not mean any opposition by it, but only to get credit in America. Bribes, Pensions and Places are attempted to divide the Colonies, Lord Dunmore has written for five thousand Troops to be sent to Virginia. [1775-03-10] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0114] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Remarks on this Letter by Mercator. [1775-06-17] Mercator (pseudo.). [S4-V2-p0115] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of two hundred and twenty-seven Inhabitants of Anson County, North-Carolina, to Governour Martin. [1775-03] North-Carolina, Anson County. [S4-V2-p0] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of one hundred and ninty-five Inhabitants of Rowan and Surry Counties, North-Carolina, to Governour Martin. [1775-03] North-Carolina, Rowan County; North-Carolina, Surry County. [S4-V2-p0116] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of one hundred and sixteen Inhabitants of Guilford County, North-Carolina, to Governour Martin. [1775-03] North-Carolina, Guilford County. [S4-V2-p0117] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Declaration of the Inhabitants of Brookhaven, Suffolk County, New-York. Their had been deceived by Major Benjamin Floyd, when they signed the Petition to the Assembly, declare their disapprobation of the Petition. [1775-03-10] New-York, Brookhaven Committee. [S4-V2-p0117] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from London to a Gentleman in Philadelphia. The plan of the Ministry is to divide and govern, by the advantages now held out to New-York, North-Carolina and Georgia. The passage of the late Acts may be attributed to the defection of the New-York Assembly. Let the Americans be united, and they will succeed, if they divide, they will be irretrievably ruined. [1775-03-11] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0118] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from London, received in Philadelphia. The Colonies should give no credit to pacifick Proposals of the Ministry, unless accompanied by a total disavowal of all their unconstitutional claims. The late Resolves of New-York have been very grateful to the Ministry, and have afforded them great triumph and exultation. The cause of the Americans is not a favour to cause in England, the majority are against them, there is a large minority in their favour. Publick subscriptions have been commenced for the Sufferers in Boston, and so,no handsome sums have been subscribed. [1775-03-11] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0118] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orange County, Virginia, Committee, acquit Francis Moore, Jun. of an intentional violation of the Continental Association. [1775-03-11] Virginia, Orange County Committee. [S4-V2-p0120] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Boston to a Gentleman in New-York. Disturbance occasioned by the British Officers on the delivery of Dr. Warren's Oration. Ditson, by order of the British Officers, tarred and feathered, placed on a truck and exhibited through the City, and to add to the insult they played Yankee Doodle after him. [1775-03-12] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0120] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from London to a Gentleman in Virginia. Lord Dunmore, in a Letter to the Earl of Dartmouth, has recommended that some Men-of-War should be stationed in the Chesapeake, to prevent Virginia from carrying on any Trade with England, and advises the adoption of measures to distress the People, as the most certain way to bring about submission. [1775-03-13] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0121] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from London to a Gentleman in Maryland. Lord North's motion was only calculated to divide the Colonies from each other -- the Ministry are already pleased with their success in this way, by the Proceedings at New-York. It will now be tried what materials the Americans are made of, if they have not virtue to withstand the present policy of the Ministry they will become a laughing stock to the world. Their salvation depends upon their firmness and union. [1775-03-13] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0121] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from London to a Gentleman in Philadelphia. The City of London and the great trading and manufacturing Towns are averse to the present measures. The Ministry see the dangers of their undertaking, but are encouraged to the attempt by a firm persuasion of success in corrupt New-York, and intimidating New-England. Did they believe the Americans would be united and firm they would not venture upon coercive measures. By whatever means the Assembly of New-York can be kept from deserting, even by outbidding the Ministry, it will be worth the purchase. [1775-03-13] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0122] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Meeting of the Committee of Observation for Baltimore. Proceedings in relation to the Cargoes of several Vessels. [1775-03-13] Maryland, Baltimore Committee of Observation. [S4-V2-p0123] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Will strictly enforce the Continental Association. [1775-03-13] Maryland, Baltimore Committee of Observation. [S4-V2-p0124] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Earnestly recommend the People to discontinue the use of East India Teas. [1775-03-13] Maryland, Baltimore Committee of Observation. [S4-V2-p0124] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Approve the conduct of the Magistrates who have been dismissed by the Government. [1775-03-13] Maryland, Baltimore Committee of Observation. [S4-V2-p0124] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from a Gentleman in Hatford County, Maryland, to a friend in Philadelphia. A total revolution in the Magistracy of the Province expected. Nine of the oldest and best Magistrates have been dismissed, and eleven others appointed, some of whom are well known for their opposition to every measure adopted for the preservation of American Freedom. No reason was alleged for this violent insult, which was brought about by a contemptible junto in Baltimore Town, who are inimical to the rights of America. [1775-03-13] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0124] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Delaware Assembly meets. [1775-03-13] Delaware, General Assembly. [S4-V2-p0126] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Mr. McKean reported to the House the Proceedings of the late Continental Congress. [1775-03-14] Delaware, General Assembly. [S4-V2-p0126] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Conduct of the Delegates from Delaware approved, and receive the thanks of the Assembly. Proceedings of the Continental Congress approved, and their Journal ordered to be deposited amongst the files of the House. [1775-03-15] Delaware, General Assembly. [S4-V2-p0126] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Compensation to the Delegates to the Congress, Delegates are unanimously reappointed. [1775-03-16] Delaware, General Assembly. [S4-V2-p0127] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to prepare Instructions for the Delegates to the Continental Congress. [1775-03-17] Delaware, General Assembly. [S4-V2-p0127] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Colony Agents in London. [1775-03-20] Delaware, General Assembly; Bollan, William; Franklin, Benjamin; Lee, Arthur. [S4-V2-p0127] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petitions from New-Castle County, and from Kent County, praying the House to pass a Bill for establishing the Militia. [1775-03-21] Delaware, General Assembly; Delaware, Kent County Freemen. [S4-V2-p0127] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Message from Governour Penn to the Assembly, recommending the establishment of Boundary lines. [1775-03-23] Delaware, General Assembly; Penn, John, Lieutenant Governour of Pennsylvania. [S4-V2-p0128] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Bill reported to prohibit the Importation of Slaves, read, amended, and ordered to be engrossed, Instructions for the Delegates to the Congress reported. [1775-03-24] Delaware, General Assembly. [S4-V2-p0128] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Engrossed Bill to prohibit Importation of Slaves, passed and sent to the Governour. [1775-03-25] Delaware, General Assembly. [S4-V2-p0128] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

The Governour returned the Bill, to which he cannot give his assent. [1775-03-27] Delaware, General Assembly. [S4-V2-p0129] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Instructions for the Delegates to Congress agreed to, Assembly adjourned fill the fifth day of June, next. [1775-03-29] Delaware, General Assembly. [S4-V2-p0129] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

The Governour submits a Letter from the Earl of Dartmouth, dated January 7, 1775, expressing his concern that the Non-Importation Resolution of Congress had been so generally adopted, and informing him that the King approved the Boundary line between Pennsylvania and Maryland. The Council consider the latter part of the above Letter, and advise the Governour to issue a Proclamation, recalling his Proclamation of the 2d of November last. [1775-03-13] Legge, William, Earl of Dartmouth; Pennsylvania Council. [S4-V2-p0129] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Penn to Governour Eden, informing him of his intention to recall his proclamation of November 2, 1774, and to enforce that of the 15th of September. [1775-03-16] Pennsylvania Council; Penn, John, Lieutenant Governour of Pennsylvania. [S4-V2-p0130] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Town Meeting in Boston, direct the Committee of Correspondence to draw up a Statement of the conduct of the Troops under command of General Gage, and of the Navy under Admiral Graves. [1775-03-13] Massachusetts, Boston Town Meeting; Cooper, William. [S4-V2-p0130] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Meeting of the Inhabitants of Hackensack, in New-Jersey. Resolve to continue loyal Subjects to King George. To disavow all riotous mobs. That Petitions to the Throne are the proper means to remove present grievances. That they will not be concerned in any unconstitutional measures, and that they will support His Majesty's Civil Officers. [1775-03-14] New-Jersey, Hackensack. [S4-V2-p0130] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Meeting of the Committee of Observation for Freehold, Monmouth County, New-Jersey. The Inhabitants of Shrewsbury having omitted to choose a Committee, this Committee will hereafter treat them as enemies to their King and Country, and deserters from the common cause of Freedom. [1775-03-14] New-Jersey, Freehold Committee of Observation and Inspection. [S4-V2-p0131] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Meeting of Freeholders and other Inhabitants of New-Windsor, in Ulster County, New-York Declare their attachment to the King, to whom they would be deficient in duty if they submit to the power assumed by the Parliament. Approve and will abide by the Association of the Continental Congress. Condemn sundry Publications by James Rivington, a Ministerial hiring, and an enemy to his Country. [1775-03-14] New-York, New-Windsor Meeting. [S4-V2-p0131] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letters from Philadelphia to Mr. Rivington in New-York, condemning and ridiculing the Congress, Committees, and leaders among the Whigs. [1775-03-15] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0133] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letters from Philadelphia to Mr. Rivington in New-York, condemning and ridiculing the Congress, Committees, and leaders among the Whigs. [1775-03-15] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0134] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letters from Philadelphia to Mr. Rivington in New-York, condemning and ridiculing the Congress, Committees, and leaders among the Whigs. [1775-03-16] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0134] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Mr. Pownal, Secretary to the Board of Trade and Plantations, to Lieutenant Governour Colden. [1775-03-15] Pownall, John. [S4-V2-p0134] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Enclosed extracts from the Minutes and Proceedings upon several Petitions and Memorials, relative to certain Lands in the Province of New-York, heretofore claimed by Mr. Van Rensselaer. [1773-03-15] Great Britain, Council of Trade and Plantations. [S4-V2-p0134] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Enclosed extracts from the Minutes and Proceedings upon several Petitions and Memorials, relative to certain Lands in the Province of New-York, heretofore claimed by Mr. Van Rensselaer. [1775-02-24] Great Britain, Council of Trade and Plantations. [S4-V2-p0136] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Enclosed extracts from the Minutes and Proceedings upon several Petitions and Memorials, relative to certain Lands in the Province of New-York, heretofore claimed by Mr. Van Rensselaer. [1775-02-29] Great Britain, Council of Trade and Plantations. [S4-V2-p0136] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Enclosed extracts from the Minutes and Proceedings upon several Petitions and Memorials, relative to certain Lands in the Province of New-York, heretofore claimed by Mr. Van Rensselaer. [1775-03-02] Great Britain, Council of Trade and Plantations. [S4-V2-p0136] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Enclosed extracts from the Minutes and Proceedings upon several Petitions and Memorials, relative to certain Lands in the Province of New-York, heretofore claimed by Mr. Van Rensselaer. [1775-03-09] Great Britain, Council of Trade and Plantations; Pownall, John. [S4-V2-p0137] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

The Sub-Committees Report to the Committee for the City and County of New-York, the election this day of eleven Delegates to a Provincial Congress, to be held on the 20th day of April. [1775-03-15] New-York Committee; Alsop, John. [S4-V2-p0137] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Committee of the City of New-York to all the Counties in the Colony, requesting them, without delay, to elect Deputies to a Provincial Congress, for the purpose of appointing Delegates to the Continental Congress to meet at Philadelphia, on the 10th of May next. [1775-03-16] New-York Committee; Low, Isaac. [S4-V2-p0138] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Account of the election in New-York yesterday, and of the efforts of the Ministerial Party to prevent it. [1775-03-16] New-York Committee. [S4-V2-p0138] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Remarks of A Citizen on the election. The People were deceived by a scheme intended to support some of the old Delegates, and get Mr. McDougall into the Congress. [1775-03-16] A Citizen (pseudo.). [S4-V2-p0139] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Company formed in Philadelphia for establishing an American Manufactory of Woollens, Linens and Cottons. [1775-03-16] Subscribers, Fund for Establishing an American Manufactory of Woolens, Linens, and Cottons. [S4-V2-p0140] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Speech delivered in Carpenter's Hall before the Subscribers to the Fund for establishing American Manufactures in Philadelphia. [1775-03-16] Subscribers, Fund for Establishing an American Manufactory of Woolens, Linens, and Cottons. [S4-V2-p0140] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings of the General Committee of the City of New-York in relation to the landing of Goods, by Messrs. Robert and John Murray, from the Ship Beulah. [1775-03-16] New-York Committee. [S4-V2-p0144] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Elizabethtown, New-Jersey, to the New-York Committee, informing them of their reasons for suspecting Goods had been landed from the Beulah. [1775-03-10] New-Jersey, Elizabethtown Committee; Hampton, Jonathan. [S4-V2-p0144] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Another Letter from the Elizabethtown Committee. They have continued their examination into the affair, but have not yet obtained full nformation. Samuel Lee, a Boatman, and Ichabod B. Barnet, (son-in-law to Robt. Murray,) appear to have been the persons concerned in the affair. [1775-03-11] New-Jersey, Elizabethtown Committee; Hampton, Jonathan. [S4-V2-p0144] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Robert and John Murray to the New-York Committee, acknowledging that they had landed Goods from the Beulah, in violation of the Continental Association. Condemn the act as unjustifiable, and offer to reship all the Goods within seven days. [1775-03-13] Murray, Robert; Murray, John; New-York Committee. [S4-V2-p0145] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Inventory of Goods taken out of the Beulah at Sandy-Hook, Deposition of John Murray to his statement of the taking the Goods from the Beulah. [1775-03-15] Murray, John; Gautier, Andrew; New-York Committee. [S4-V2-p0145] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Affirmation of Robert Murray. [1775-03-15] Murray, Robert; Gautier, Andrew; New-York Committee. [S4-V2-p0146] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Robert and John Murray to the New-York Committee. They have delivered the Goods taken from the Beulah to the Elizabethtown Committee. They are willing to reship the Goods, as required by the Association, and to make any other satisfaction the Committee may require. As a further acknowledgment of their error, they offer the sum of two hundred Pounds towards rebuilding the Hospital. [1775-03-15] Murray, Robert; Murray, John; New-York Committee. [S4-V2-p0147] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Elizabethtown Committee to the New-York Committee, enclosing the Affidavit of Samuel Lee. [1775-03-14] New-Jersey, Elizabethtown Committee; Hampton, Jonathan; New-York Committee. [S4-V2-p0147] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Affidavit. [1775-03-13] Lee, Samuel; Blanchard, John; Low, Isaac. [S4-V2-p0147] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address to the Inhabitants of New-York. Obedience and submission to Government urged and enforced on the authority of the Bible. [1775-03-16] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0148] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Reply to the foregoing. Absolute passive obedience and non-resistance is contrary to the Word of God. [1775-03-20] Philalethes (pseudo.). [S4-V2-p0149] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Declaration of the Grand Jury and Magistrates at a Court of Quarter Sessions, at Johnstown, Tryon County, New-York. Condemn the destruction of the Tea at Boston as an outrageous and unlawful act. Renew their professions of attachment and pledges of true allegiance to their lawful Sovereign, and will, in any extremity, exert themselves in support of Government. [1775-03-16] New-York, Tryon County Court of Quarter-Sessions; Johnson, Guy; Butler, John; Johnson, John; Claus, Daniel; Fonda, Jelles; Tenbroeck, Peter; Chew, Joseph; Young, Frederick; Laucks, Adam; Shomaker, Rudolph; Collim, John; White, Alexander; Lefferty, Bryan; Davis, D.; Butler, Walter; Wells, Robert; Picken, Robert; Garrason, Abraham; Hare, Henry; Felling, Nicholas; Smith, John; Wemple, Andrew; Bauman, John; Gardener, Samuel; Fonda, John; Davis, John; Wolgimot, John; Felling, Jacob; Collier, Isaac; Scott, James; Stoller, Michael; Quackenbush, David; Flint, John. [S4-V2-p0151] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Rev. Dr. Wheelock to Governour Trumbull. Has sent Mr. James Dean among the Indian Tribes in Canada to preserve peace on the frontier Settlements. Mr. Dean has great influence with the Six Nations, and could, if authorized, get them to join the Colonies against any invasion that may be attempted. [1775-03-16] Wheelock, Eleazer. [Spelling variants of Eleazer include: Eleazar.] [S4-V2-p0152] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Remonstrance presented by the Selectmen of Billerica to General Gage, demanding satisfaction for the outrage committed on Thomas Ditson, by the authority of Colonel Nesbit. If the Inhabitants of the Country Towns are treated with this brutish ferocity they will hereafter use a different style from that of petition and complaint. [1775-03-16] Massachusetts, Billerica Selectmen. [S4-V2-p0153] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address to the Gentlemen of the Provincial Congress of Virginia, by Charles Lee. The Addresses of the New-York Assembly are more alarming than the threats of the Minister. Any defection amongst ourselves is a matter of the most serious concern. It behooves every Provincial Congress to consider of some effectual means to prevent the mischievous consequences intended by these abandoned men. [1775-03-17] Lee, Charles. [S4-V2-p0154] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

"Lucius" on the treatment the Colonies have received from Great Britain. Their patience and forbearance under all their wrongs. Their conduct defended and their resistance justified. [1775-03-17] Lucius (pseudo.). [S4-V2-p0156] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to Governour Wentworth. Formerly no man in his station could be more honoured and revered. By his late conduct in carrying out the plans of the Ministry he has lost the affections of the People, and will never possess them in future. [1775-03-17] The Spectator (pseudo.). [S4-V2-p0159] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Essex, New Jersey, to D.C. Danger to be apprehended to the Country from the influence of a party too near the Throne. [1775-03-18] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0160] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Dr. Franklin to Arthur Lee, transferring to him all the Papers of the Massachusetts Agency. [1775-03-19] Franklin, Benjamin. [S4-V2-p0162] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proclamation of the States-General of the United Provinces, prohibiting the exportation of Ammunition or Arms, in vessels belonging to the Dominions of Great Britain, for six months. [1775-03-20] United Provinces, States-General; Van Hardenbroek, G.; Fagel, H.. [S4-V2-p0277] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings in Charlestown, South-Carolina, on the arrival of the Snow Proteus from London, with Merchandise, and c. The Committee authorize the landing of two Horses from the vessel. The People, dissatisfied with this decision, petition for a reconsideration of it in a full Committee. The permission to land the Horses reconsidered and rescinded by the Committee, and a Resolution adopted, directing the Horses, Merchandise and Furniture to be returned to England. [1775-03-20] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0162] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Full account of these Proceedings, by Mr. Drayton. [9999-99-99] Drayton, William Henry. [S4-V2-p0163] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Instructions drawn up for the Delegates to the Convention, from a certain County in Virginia. [1775-03-20] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0163] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

List of the Delegates, Peyton Randolph elected President, and John Tazewell Clerk, President laid before the Convention the Proceedings of the Continental Congress, and a Letter from Benjamin Franklin, William Bollan and Arthur Lee, The Proceedings of the Congress to be considered tomorrow. [1775-03-20] Virginia, Convention. [S4-V2-p0165] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Inhabitants of Augusta County, west of the Alleghany Mountains, requesting John Nevill and John Harvie may be admitted as their Delegates, Mr. Nevill and Mr. Harvie admitted, Proceedings of the Continental Congress considered. [1775-03-21] Virginia, Convention. [S4-V2-p0167] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Further considered, and after the maturest consideration cordially approved. [1775-03-22] Virginia, Convention. [S4-V2-p0167] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition and Memorial of the Assembly of Jamaica to the King, laid before the Convention. The President directed to transmit the thanks of the Convention to the Assembly of Jamaica, for their patriotick conduct, Committee to prepare a plan for embodying, arming and disciplining such number of men as may be necessary for the defence of the Colony. [1775-03-23] Virginia, Convention. [S4-V2-p0167] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Plan for embodying the Militia reported, the Committee of Correspondence directed to procure authentic information from the Committee of New-York, whether their House of Representatives, by any vote, have deserted the union of the American Colonies, Committees of the several Counties and Corporations directed to exert themselves in procuring contributions for the suffering Inhabitants of Boston. [1775-03-24] Virginia, Convention. [S4-V2-p0168] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

On account of the unsettled state of the Country, Lawyers, Suiters and Witnesses are requested not to attend the next General Court. [1775-03-25] Virginia, Convention. [S4-V2-p0168] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Plan for embodying, arming and disciplining the Militia, adopted. [1775-03-25] Virginia, Convention. [S4-V2-p0169] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Vote of Thanks to Lord Dunmore for his noble, wise and spirited conduct on the late expedition against the Indians. [1775-03-25] Virginia, Convention. [S4-V2-p0170] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Delegates to the Continental Congress elected by ballot, Committee to prepare a plan for the encouragement of Manufactures in the Colony. [1775-03-25] Virginia, Convention. [S4-V2-p0170] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Plan for the encouragement of Arts and Manufactures reported, and unanimously agreed to, For the more effectually carrying this plan into execution, it is earnestly recommended to form Societies in different parts of the Colony, and to offer premiums. [1775-03-27] Virginia, Convention. [S4-V2-p0170] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to inquire whether the King may of right advance the terms of granting Lands in this Colony. [1775-03-27] Virginia, Convention. [S4-V2-p0171] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Thomas Jefferson appointed a Deputy to the General Congress in the room of Peyton Randolph, if Mr. Randolph cannot attend, The People recommended to choose Delegates to represent them in Convention for one year, Convention dissolved. [1775-03-27] Virginia, Convention. [S4-V2-p0172] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Field Officers chosen for New-Castle County, Delaware. [1775-03-20] . [S4-V2-p0172] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee for Chester County, Pennsylvania, direct each Member to use diligence in collecting money for Boston. [1775-03-20] Pennsylvania, Chester County Committee. [S4-V2-p0172] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Boston to Newport, R. I. The insolence of the British Soldiers at Boston, encouraged and headed by their Officers, makes it unsafe for people to walk the streets at noon-day. [1775-03-20] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0178] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from a Gentleman in the service of a Counsellor of State at Paris, to his friend in Rhode-Island. [1775-03-20] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0173] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proclamation by Lord Dunmore, for the sale of the King's vacant Lands in Virginia, and prohibiting Richard Henderson from taking possession of any Lands under a pretended purchase from the Indians. [1775-03-21] Dunmore, John, Governour of Virginia. [S4-V2-p0174] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Committee of Norfolk, Virginia, to the Publick, declaring Captain Simpson a violator of the Association, and an enemy of American Liberty. [1775-03-21] Virginia, Norfolk Borough Committee; Phripp, Matthew; Taylor, James; Hutchings, John; Lawrence, John; Ritson, Thomas; Boush, John; Taylor, Robert; Claiborne, T.; Inglis, Samuel; Davies, William. [S4-V2-p0174] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee for Talbot County, Maryland, direct two bales of Goods imported in the Ship Baltimore, in violation of the Continental Association to be sent back to Glasgow. [1775-03-21] Maryland, Talbot County Committee; Troupe, Charles. [S4-V2-p0175] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Albany, New-York, Committee appoint Deputies to the Provincial Congress. [1775-03-21] New-York, Albany Committee of Safety, Correspondence, and Protection; Bleecker, John N.. [S4-V2-p0176] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Rensselaerwyck Manor -- Thanks to their Members of the General Assembly. [1775-03-21] New-York, Rensselaerwyck Manor Committee of Inspection; Lansing, Abraham J.. [S4-V2-p0176] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Liberty-Pole cut down at Poughkeepsie, in New-York, by the Sheriff of Dutchess County, attended by a Judge of the Inferiour Court, and two of His Majesty's Justices of the Peace. [1775-03-23] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0176] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Fairfield Committee Proceedings. [1775-03-21] Connecticut, Fairfield Committee of Inspection; Burr, Thaddeus. [S4-V2-p0176] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Samuel Adams to Richard Henry Lee. Virginia from the beginning of the contest has distinguished herself in the cause of American Liberty: the People of Massachusetts, with some few exceptions, are firm and united. The conduct of the British Soldiers and Officers highly offensive to the citizens, the Officers endeavoured to create a disturbance on the 6th, when Dr. Warren delivered his Oration. [1775-03-21] Adams, Samuel. [S4-V2-p0176] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel E. Doolittle to John Hancock, suggesting the establishing of a Civil Constitution for the Province, to remedy the evils every where felt for want of a regular Government. [1775-03-21] Doolittle, Ephraim, Colonel. [S4-V2-p0177] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Arthur Lee, enclosing one received from the Lord Mayor of London, giving information of attempts to procure counterfeits of the Bills of Credit of the Colonies. [1775-03] Britannophilus (pseudo.). [S4-V2-p0178] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Dr. Franklin to his son, giving a history of his private negotiations in London, for a settlement of the difficulties between the Colonies and Great Britain. [1775-03-22] Franklin, Benjamin. [S4-V2-p0178] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Dr. Wheelock to Governour Trumbull. There are reports of an invasion from Canada, and the Indians, if not secured in our interests, will likely join on the other side. Several of their children, froth some of the most respectable tribes, are now at the Seminary, (Dartmouth,) and may be considered hostages, Mr. Dean, now among them, will probably bring more, this connection is our surest bulwark against an invasion. [1775-03-22] Wheelock, Eleazer. [Spelling variants of Eleazer include: Eleazar.] [S4-V2-p0210] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Boston to a Gentleman in New-York. Outrages of the British Officers and Soldiers in Boston. [1775-03-22] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0211] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from New-York to John Dickinson, reviewing and condemning his political conduct. [1775-03-23] Senex (pseudo.). [S4-V2-p0211] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to the Committee of Inspection for the City and County of New-York. Their censure of Mr. Rivington is arbitrary and tyrannical, and breathes a spirit of intimidation towards him. [1775-03-23] Anti-Tyrannicus (pseudo.). [S4-V2-p0213] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Account of the Riots in Cumberland County, New-York. [1775-03-23] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0214] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Benjamin Hough to the Inhabitants of the City of New-York. [1775-03-23] Hough, Benjamin. [S4-V2-p0215] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Statement of Benjamin Hough, under oath, of the indignities and violence he received from the Rioters in Cumberland County. [1775-03-23] Hough, Benjamin; Horsmanden, Daniel. [S4-V2-p0215] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

A relation of the proceedings of the People of the County of Cumberland, and Province of New-York. [1775-03-23] New-York, Cumberland County Committee. [S4-V2-p0218] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Gilbert to Captain Wallace of His Majesty's Ship Rose. Many threats have been made against those who have taken Arms in the King's name, and there is fear the Rebels will attack them. [1775-03-23] Gilbert, Thomas. [S4-V2-p0222] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Guilford, Connecticut, Committee, acquit Captain Griffin of an intentional violation of the Association in taking fourteen Sheep to Martinico. [1775-03-23] Connecticut, Guilford Committee; Landon, David. [S4-V2-p0222] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address to the Inhabitants of Massachusetts Bay, No 6, from the County of Hampshire. The question examined, Whether we are in truth a part of the British Empire, in such a sense as to be subject to her supreme authority in all cases whatsoever?. [1775-03-23] From the County of Hampshire (pseudo.). [This essay responds to a series of essays by Tory Daniel Leonard, writing as Massachusetensis. John Adams, as Novanglus wrote the most famous response. See Bernard Mason, ed., The American Colonial Crisis: The Daniel Leonard—John Adams Letters to the Press, 1774—1775 (New York, 1972), for texts of this debate. The document also mentions Thomas Hutchinson's History of Massachusetts Bay, without ever mentioning the name of the author.] [S4-V2-p0222] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of Nansemond County, Virginia, publish the Rev. John Agnew, Rector of Suffolk Parish, for his opposition to the Association and the Provincial Congress. [1775-03-24] Virginia, Nansemond County Committee; Gregorie, John. [S4-V2-p0226] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Worcester (Massachusetts) Committee require punctual attendance of Members of the Committee. [1775-03-24] Massachusetts, Worcester Committee of Correspondence. [S4-V2-p0228] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Thomas Wheeler to the Printers of the Massachusetts Gazette, explaining the reasons for resigning his commission, acknowledging his former errors, and avowing his firm attachment to the cause of Liberty. [1775-03-24] Wheeler, Thomas. [S4-V2-p0228] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from a Freeholder of the County of Worcester. The violence and misrepresentations of the Tory writers cannot injure the cause of Liberty. [1775-03-24] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0229] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Montreal. The Canadians were highly offended by the Address of the Congress to the People of England. [1775-03-24] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0229] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Remarks on Mr. Sullivan's Letter. The extraordinary spirit to acquire the use of Arms at this time of civil discords, marks strongly a disposition to employ our Arms against the Government. [1775-03-24] Nestor. [S4-V2-p0231] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Eden to Governour Penn. refusing to join in issuing a Proclamation, recalling that of November 2, 1774, respecting the Boundary between Pennsylvania and Maryland. [1775-03-25] Eden, Robert, Governour of Maryland. [S4-V2-p0303] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Essex, New-Jersey, to D. C. The late news from England has strengthened the union of the Colonies. Not more than three Towns in the four New-England Provinces opposed to the measures of the Congress, in New-Jersey and the Southern Provinces the opposition is as small. Some few places in New-York are delinquent, but they appear to be returning to their duty. [1775-03-25] Essex (pseudo.). [S4-V2-p0232] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Confession of Thomas Lilly, of Marblehead, that he has been guilty of purchasing Tea. [1775-03-25] Lilly, Thomas; Sparhawk, John; Massachusetts, Marblehead Committee of Inspection. [S4-V2-p0234] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition of Simon Tufts, March 31st, that in purchasing Tea he had no intention of violating the Association. [1775-03-31] Tufts, Simon; Noyes, Belcher; Massachusetts, Boston Committee of Inspection. [S4-V2-p0234] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orange County, Virginia, Committee, meet, and demand of the Rev. John Wingate the surrender of a number of Pamphlets containing reflections on the Continental Congress. The Committee obtain them after some difficulty and delay, and order them to be burnt. [1775-03-27] Virginia, Orange County Committee; Taylor, Francis. [S4-V2-p0234] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Plymouth, Massachusetts, Committee to the Committee of Safety. [1775-03-25] Massachusetts, Plymouth Committee of Correspondence; Torrey, John. [S4-V2-p0235] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proclamation by Lord Dunmore, requiring all Magistrates and Officers to use their endeavours to prevent the appointment of Deputies to the Continental Congress, and exhorting all persons within the Colony to desist from such an unjustifiable proceeding. [1775-03-28] Dunmore, John, Governour of Virginia. [S4-V2-p0236] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Remarks on Lord Dartmouth's Circular to the Governours of the Colonies, requiring them to do their utmost to prevent the choice of Deputies to the Continental Congress. [1775-03] Ignotus (pseudo.). [S4-V2-p0236] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from an Englishman in New-York to the Committee of Correspondence for Philadelphia. Charges them with falsehood, hypocrisy and rebellion, condemns their whole proceedings, and asserts that the number of loyal subjects is increasing with a rapid progress. [1775-03-28] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0238] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Meeting of the Committee for Worcester, Massachusetts. [17775-03-28] Massachusetts, Worcester Committee of Correspondence. [S4-V2-p0242] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from a Gentleman in London to his friend in North-Carolina. [1775-03-29] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0242] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

New-York Committee recommend to the Inhabitants to stop the exportation of Nails, and to withhold all Supplies, which are essential to hostilities, from the Troops at Boston. [1775-03-29] New-York Committee; Low, Isaac. [S4-V2-p0242] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from J. Brown to the Committee of Correspondence at Boston. The Canadians appear to be quite friendly towards the Colonies, but there is no prospect of Canada sending Delagates to the Continental Confess. The Fort at Ticonderoga must be seized should hostilities be committed by the King's Troops, the People on the New-Hampshire Grants have engaged to do this business, and they are the most proper persons for the job. [1775-03-29] Brown, J.. [S4-V2-p0243] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee for Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, approve the conduct of George Ross for opposing, in the Assembly, the recommendation of the Governour to send a separate Petition to His Majesty. [1775-03-30] Pennsylvania, Lancaster County Committee of Observation; Michael, Eberhart. [S4-V2-p0245] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Chiefs of the Six Nations in consultation with Colonel Guy Johnson. [1775-03-30] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0245] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to the Inhabitants of Massachusetts-Bay, No. 7, from the County of Hampshire. [1775-03-30] From the County of Hampshire (pseudo.). [This essay responds to a series of essays by Tory Daniel Leonard, writing as Massachusetensis, John Adams, as Novanglus wrote the most famous response. See Bernard Mason, ed., The American Colonial Crisis: The Daniel Leonard—John Adams Letters to the Press, 1774—1775 (New York, 1972), for texts of this debate.] [S4-V2-p0245] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Freeholders of Jamaica, on Long island, refuse to send Deputies to the Provincial Congress. [1775-03-31] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0251] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Portsmouth, New-Hampshire Assocation. [1775-01-17] New-Hampshire, Portsmouth Association. [S4-V2-p0251] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to the Subscribers to an Association agreed to in January last, in Portsmouth, New-Hampshire. [1775-03-31] Spectator (pseudo.). [S4-V2-p0251] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from London to a Gentleman in Philadelphia. The behaviour of the New-Yorkers has raised the drooping spirits of the Ministry, who now declare their intention of starving the four New-England Colonies. [1775-04-01] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0252] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from New-Haven to Mr. Rivington. The Committee of Inspection have proceeded to very unwarrantable lengths, and threaten those who drink Tea. If they carry matters to extremity, now is the time to repel force by force. [1775-04-01] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0252] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extract of a Letter from Boston, to a Genleman in Philadelphia, Dated Saturday, April 1, 1775. [1775-04-01] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0253] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Council of North-Carolina advise the Governour to issue a Proclamation to forbid the holding a Provincial Congress. [1775-04-02] North-Carolina, Newbern Council. [S4-V2-p0253] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proclamation by Governour Martin, to forbid the sitting of the Provincial Congress, at Newbern this day, and exhorting all His Majesty's subjects, on their allegiance, to withdraw themselves from the same. [1775-04-03] Martin, Josiah, Governour of North-Carolina. [S4-V2-p0254] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Meeting of the Committee for Gloucester Courtty, Virginia. [1775-04-03] Virginia, Gloucester County Committee; Lewis, Warner. [S4-V2-p0254] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee for Philadelphia cautioning their Fellow Citizens of an attempt to be made to violate the Association, by importing East India goods through the Dutch Islands. [1775-04-03] Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Committee of Correspondence; Benezet, John. [S4-V2-p0254] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee for Freehold, Monmouth County, New Jersey, declare Thomas Leonard a foe to the rights of British America, for violations of the Continental Association. [1775-04-03] New-Jersey, Freehold Committee of Observation and Inspection; Scudder, Nathaniel. [S4-V2-p0254] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from New-York to a Gentleman in Boston. It is suspected that the Troops really mean to take the field, some imagine they will march out five or ten miles at a time, in order to compel the people of Massachusetts to begin hostilities first. [1775-04-03] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0255] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Dr. Joseph Warren to Arthur Lee. America must, and will be free. The contest may be severe. The end will be glorious. A detachment of the Army marched four miles out of Boston three days ago, great numbers of the People, completely armed, collected in the neighbouring Towns. The Congress immediately took proper measures for restraining any unnecessary effusion of blood. [1775-04-03] Warren, Joseph. [S4-V2-p0255] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

List of Members elected to the Assembly. List of Members attending John Harvey chosen Speaker, and approved by the Governour, Speech of the Governour to the Council and House of Assembly. [1775-04-04] North-Carolina, Assembly; Harvey, John; Knox, Andrew; Hewes, Joseph; Johnston, Samuel; Oldham, Thomas; Benbury, Thomas; Jones, Thomas; Hunter, Thomas; Gregory, Isaac; Jones, Joseph; Campbell, John; Johnston, John; Stanley, David; Hicks, Thomas; Salter, William; White, James; Campbell, Farquard; Rutherford, Thomas; Fraser, Jeremiah; Coor, James; Hatch, Lemuel; Person, Thomas; Hunt, Memucan; Nash, Francis; Simpson, John; Salter, Edward; Thompson, William; Sheppard, Solomon; Long, Nicholas; McCulloch, Benjamin; Cray, William; Rhodes, Henry; Caswell, Richard; Macknight, Thomas; Perkins, Solomon; Jarvis, Samuel; Poyner, Nathan; Rutherford, Griffith; Harnett, Cornelius; Howe, Robert; Ashe, John; Hooper, William; Macnair, Ralph; Person, William; Hill, Green; Jones, Allen; Atherton, Jeptha; Wynns, George; Martin, Josiah, Governour of North-Carolina. [S4-V2-p0255] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

The Governour's Speech to be considered to-morrow. [1775-04-05] North-Carolina, Assembly; Harvey, John. [S4-V2-p0260] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Motions for Committees. [1775-04-06] North-Carolina, Assembly; Harvey, John. [S4-V2-p0261] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Governour's Speech considered in Committee of the Whole, Report of the Committee of the Whole House. [1775-04-06] North-Carolina, Assembly. [S4-V2-p0261] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Answer to the Governour's Speech. [1775-04-07] North-Carolina, Assembly. [S4-V2-p0263] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings of Continental Congress approved, Delegates to the Congress chosen by the Convention, approved by the Assembly, Thanks of the House to the Delegates to the late Continental Congress. [1775-04-07] North-Carolina, Assembly. [S4-V2-p0265] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Assembly dissolved by the Governour. [1775-04-08] North-Carolina, Assembly. [S4-V2-p0266] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Council of North-Carolina, on reading the vote of the House of Assembly, approving of the Proceedings of the Continental Congress, advise the Governour to dissolve the Assembly. [1775-04-07] North-Carolina Council. [S4-V2-p0266] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proclamation of Governour Martin, dissolving the Assembly. [1775-04-08] Martin, Josiah, Governour of North-Carolina. [S4-V2-p0266] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Convention of North-Carolina meets, List of the Delegates elected, List of the Delegates present, John Harvey chosen Moderator. [1775-04-03] North-Carolina, Provincial Convention. [S4-V2-p0266] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Other Delegates attend. [1775-04-04] North-Carolina, Provincial Convention. [S4-V2-p0267] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolution approving of the Continental Association, and binding the Members of, his Convention to adhere to it, All the Members subscribe this Resolution, except Mr. Thomas Macknight, who refused, Thanks of the Convention to the Delegates to the late Continental Congress, Answer of the Delegates to the Moderator, Thanks to the Delegates, by Colonel John Harvey, in compliance with instructions from Perquimans Count), Answer of the Delagates, Delegates to the Congress to be held in May next, appointed, and invested with such powers as may make acts done by them obligatory in honour upon every inhabitant of the Province. [1775-04-05] North-Carolina, Provincial Convention. [S4-V2-p0268] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Thomas Macknight, a Delegate for Currituck County, called upon to sign the Continental Association, refuses, and withdraws from the Convention, Resolution declaring Mr. Macknight a proper object of contempt to the Continent, and recommend all persons to break off all intercourse and dealing with him. [1775-04-06] North-Carolina, Provincial Convention. [S4-V2-p0269] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

The Moderator, or Mr. Johnston, empowered to direct Delegates to be chosen to a Convention to meet in Hillsborough, Proceedings of the late Continental Congress approved of by the Convention, Arts, Manufactures, Agriculture, and every kind of economy, to be encouraged in the Colony, The Governour's Proclamation to prohibit this meeting, and his Proclamation commanding this meeting to disperse, are illegal, and ought to be disregarded. [1775-04-07] North-Carolina, Provincial Convention. [S4-V2-p0270] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Vindication of Thomas Macknight, by Samuel Jarvis and others. [1775-04-06] North-Carolina, Provincial Convention. [S4-V2-p0270] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Council of North-Carolina, Governour submits the proceedings of the Convention, signed by John Harvey, Moderator, containing Resolves derogatory to the honour and dignity of His Majesty's Government, Mr. Harvey's name struck out of His Majesty's Commission of the Peace for Perquimans County. [1775-04-12] North-Carolina Council. [S4-V2-p0273] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Town Meeting at Hempstead, Queen's County, in New-York, resolve to bear true allegiance to George the Third, and to adhere to the British Constitution, approve of the proceedings and addresses of the General Assembly, and refuse to choose Deputies to a Provincial Congress. [1775-04-04] New-York, Hempstead Town Meeting; Peters, Hulet. [S4-V2-p0273] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address to the publick, by a Freeholder of Hempstead. The Resolutions of the meeting at Hempstead, on the 4th instant, do not truly represent the Town. Many of the principal freeholders disapprove of the proceedings of the Assembly, support the Continental Association, and are in favour of a Provincial Congress. [1775-04] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0274] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Delegates appointed to the Provincial Congress, by a Town Meeting in Goshen, Orange County, New-York, Delegates appointed to the Provincial Congress, by a Town Meeting in Cornwall Precinct, Orange County, New-York. [1775-04-04] New-York, Goshen Town Meeting. [S4-V2-p0274] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Baltimore Committee declare they will carry into execution the Association and measures of the Congress, but that they have not, and will not, use or authorize personal violence. [1775-04-05] Maryland, Baltimore Committee; Alexander, R.. [S4-V2-p0276] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Secretary of the Board of Trade to the Governours of the Colonies, enclosing the Act to restrain the Trade of the New-England Colonies, and prohibiting them from fishing on the Banks of Newfoundland. [1775-04-05] Pownall, John. [S4-V2-p0276] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Mr. Pownall, enclosing a Proclamation of the States-General. [1775-04-05] Pownall, John. [S4-V2-p0276] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Order of the King in Council, prohibiting the exportation out of Great Britain, or carrying coastwise, any Arms or Ammunition, for six months after the 19th of April, without permission from the King or his Privy Council. [1775-04-05] George III, King of Great Britain. [S4-V2-p0276] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Thomas Life, Agent for Connecticut, in London, to Governour Trumbull. [1775-04-05] Life, Thomas. [S4-V2-p0277] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Meeting of the Livery of London, at Guildhall. Address of the Mayor. Remonstrance and Petition to the Throne respecting the measures adopted with regard to America, proposed, debated, adopted, and ordered to be presented to the Throne. [1775-04-06] Wilkes, John, Mayor of London; Livery of London. [S4-V2-p0278] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Georgia Delegates to the President of the Continental Congress, explaining the reasons why they think it inexpedient for them to attend. [1775-04-06] Jones, Noble Wimberly; Bullock, Archibald; Houstoun, John. [S4-V2-p0279] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Calvert County, Maryland, Committee, resolve that Alexander Ogg has violated the Association, and ought to be deemed an enemy to America. [1775-04-05] Maryland, Calvert County Committee; Smith, Patrick Sim. [S4-V2-p0281] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Mr. Ogg's publick acknowledgment of his offence, April 13. [1775-04-13] Ogg, Alexander. [S4-V2-p0281] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee for Sussex County, Virginia, approve of the proceedings of the Convention at Richmond, and pledge themselves to adhere to their Resolutions. [1775-04-06] Virginia, Sussex County Committee; Peete, Thomas; Massenburg, John. [S4-V2-p0281] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Inhabitants of the Borough of Westchester, in New-York, refuse to choose Deputies to a Provincial Congress, and disown all Congresses, Conventions, and Committees. [1775-04-06] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0281] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Meeting of the Inhabitants of Westchester, called to determine whether they will choose Deputies to the Provincial Congress, or whether they will abide by the loyal measures of the General Assembly. [1775-04-06] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0282] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Meeting of the Inhabitants of New-York, advice of the Committee against exporting Nails, and supplying the Troops at Boston, read and approved. William and Henry Ustick having purchased intrenching tools for the Army at Boston, are declared to be inveterate foes to American freedom, and the people are desired to break off all connections and dealing with them for the future. [1775-04-06] New-York Committee; Low, Isaac. [S4-V2-p0282] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Alexander McDougall to Josiah Quincy, Jun. The Statement of Grievances, and not the Petition to the King, the Memorial to the Lords, or the Remonstrance to the Commons, contains the true opinions of the late House of Assembly of New-York. The only instance of a violation of the Association at New-York, is that of the goods taken from the Beulah. [1775-04-06] McDougall, Alexander. [S4-V2-p0288] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Boston, for Mr. Rivington's Gazetteer. [1775-04-06] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0284] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Phileirene to the People of Massachusetts, defending the measures of the Parliament against the complaints of the Continental Congress. [1775-04-06] Phileirene (pseudo.). [S4-V2-p0286] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address to the Inhabitants of Massachusetts-Bay, No. 8, from the County of Hampshire. On the right of the Parliament to an unlimited control over the Colonies. [1775-04-06] From the County of Hampshire (pseudo.). [This essay responds to a series of essays by Tory Daniel Leonard, writing as Massachusetensis. John Adams, as Novanglus wrote the most famous response. See Bernard Mason, ed., The American Colonial Crisis: The Daniel Leonard—John Adams Letters to the Press, 1774—1775 (New York, 1972), for texts of this debate.] [S4-V2-p0289] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Alexander Elmsley, Agent for North-Carolina, in London, to Samuel Johnston. Suppressed the Petition to the King from North-Carolina, because it contained strange inaccuracies, and reflections on the Parliament and Ministry, and was not respectful to the King: it was probably owing to this suppression theft North-Carolina was excepted from the Restraining Bill. [1775-04-07] Elmsly, Alexander. [S4-V2-p0289] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Chesterfield County, Virginia, Committee, will encourage the manufacture of Linen, Cotton and Woollen Cloth, and subscribe Funds for the support of such manufactures, direct John Brown of Norfolk, and Captain Sampson of the Ship Elizabeth of Bristol, to be published as persons deserving the censure and contempt of the People of the Colony. [1775-04-07] Virginia, Chesterfield County Committee; Baker, Jerman. [S4-V2-p0298] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of Kingston, in Ulster County, New-York, convict Jacobus Louw, on his own admissions, of selling Tea, and publish him as an enemy to the rights and liberties of America. [1775-04-07] New-York, Ulster County Committee; Sleght, Johannes. [S4-V2-p0298] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Application of the Portsmouth, New-Hampshire Volunteers to Colonel Theodore Atkinson, for permission to beat a drum. [1775-12-20] Libby, J.. [S4-V2-p0298] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Southampton, Virginia, Committee, direct subscriptions to aid Mr. Tait in making Salt, and make provision for supplying the Militia of the County with Ammunition. [1775-04-13] Virginia, Southampton Committee; Gray, Edwin; Kello, Samuel. [S4-V2-p0299] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Southampton, Virginia Committee, to Provide Militias and Ammunition. [1775-04-13] Virginia, Southampton Committee; Gray, Edwin; Kello, Samuel. [S4-V2-p0299] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address to the People of Virginia, on the Instructions drawn up for the Delegates to the Convention at Richmond, from a certain County in Virginia. [1775-04-08] Americanus (pseudo.). [S4-V2-p0300] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Freeholders of Fincastle County, Virginia, to Lord Dunmore. [1775-04-08] Virginia, Fincastle Freeholders. [S4-V2-p0301] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

His Lordship's Answer. [1775-04] Dunmore, John, Governour of Virginia. [S4-V2-p0302] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proclamation of Governour Penn, by the advice of the Council of Pennsylvania, revoking his proclamation of the 2d of November last, in relation to the Boundaries between Pennsylvania and Maryland. [1775-04-08] Penn, John, Lieutenant Governour of Pennsylvania; Shippen, Joseph; Pennsylvania Council. [S4-V2-p0302] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Govenour Eden. [1775-04-08] Eden, Robert, Governour of Maryland. [S4-V2-p0303] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Gov. Penn to Gov. Eden. By advice of Council, informing him of his determination to issue a separate Proclamation. [1775-04-08] Penn, John, Lieutenant Governour of Pennsylvania. [S4-V2-p0303] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Dutchess County, New-York, the inhabitants of Charlotte Precinct have refused, by a large majority, to choose Deputies to the Provincial Congress. [1775-04-08] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0304] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Protest of the Freeholders of seven Precincts in Dutchess County, New-york, against the appointment of Robert R. Livingston, Egbert Benson, and Morris Graham, as Deputies to the Provincial Congress, a majority of the Freeholders being opposed to any such Congress. [1775-04] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0304] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Freeholder of Dutchess County, denying the truth of the statements in the foregoing Protest, which was never publickly read, or approved of by one of the Precincts named in it. [1775-05-01] A Freeholder of Dutchess County (pseudo.). [S4-V2-p0304] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter regarding Dutchess County. [1775-05-15] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0305] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Montreal, in Canada, to the Committee of Safety in Massachusetts. The People more divided by their interests than by their religion, language, and manners, the apprehensions of evil from the unlimited power of Government, strikes all opposition dead. The bulk of the People, both English and Canadians, wish well to the cause of the Colonies, but dare not stir a finger. They wish to know if English Delegates would be admitted to the Congress, without entering into the General Association. [1775-04-08] Canada, Montreal Committee; Walker, Thomas; Wells, John; Price, James; Haywood, William. [S4-V2-p0305] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from London to a Gentleman in New-York. Great preparations making in England to reduce the Colonies to submission. The Colonies must get ready to fight, for nothing can save them but their own strength, the cry of blood is gone out against them. [1775-04-10] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0306] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee for Prince George's County, Maryland, publish Thomas Bailey as an enemy to the Country for landing imported Salt, in violation of the Continental Association, and John Baynes, for killing a Lamb, contrary to a Resolve of the Provincial Convention -- 10th April Meeting. [1775-04-10] Maryland, Prince George's County Committee of Observation; Beall, Josias. [S4-V2-p0308] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Prince George's County Meeting. [1775-05-27] Maryland, Prince George's County Committee of Observation; Beall, Josias. [S4-V2-p0308] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee for Anne Arundel County, Maryland, declare a Paper printed in the London Publick Ledger of the 4th of January, entitled "Facts relative to the Riot at Annapolis, in Maryland," a false, scandalous and malicious narrative, and the Author of it an inveterate enemy to the liberties of the Province in particular, and of British America in general. [1775-04-10] Maryland, Anne Arundel County Committee of Observation; McHard, Isaac. [S4-V2-p0309] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Facts relative to the Riot at Annapolis, in Maryland, the Paper referred to by the Committee for Anne Arundel County. [1775-01-04] Americanus (pseudo.). [S4-V2-p0309] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Committee of Inspection for Palmouth, Massachusetts, to the Publick. A statement of the conduct of Captain Thomas Coulson, with the reasons of the Committee for publishing him as a violator of the Continental Association. [1775-04-10] Massachusetts, Falmouth Committee of Inspection; Freeman, Enoch. [S4-V2-p0311] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of Inspection for Falmouth, appoint a Sub-Committee to prevent the landing of prohibited Merchandise belonging to Captain Thomas Coulson, March 2. [1775-03-02] Massachusetts, Falmouth Committee of Inspection. [S4-V2-p0312] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

The Committee determine that using the Sails, Rigging and Stores, imported by Coulson, will be a violation of the Continental Association, and order them to be sent back to Bristol in the Ship that brought them here, March 3. [1775-03-03] Massachusetts, Falmouth Committee of Inspection; Parsons, Theophilus. [S4-V2-p0313] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Information received in London of the sailing of a Vessel from Stettin, loaded with Fire-Arms and Ammunition for the Americans. [1775-04-11] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0313] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Inhabitants of Richmond County, in New-York, refuse to send Deputies to the Provincial Congress. [1775-04-14] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0313] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Meeting of the Freeholders of Westchester County, New-York. Deputies to the Provincial Congress appointed, and thanks voted to the minority in the late General Assembly for their firm attachment to the union of the Colonies and rights and liberties of America. [1775-04-11] New-York, Westchester County Meeting; Morris, Lewis. [S4-V2-p0314] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Meeting of the Committees appointed by the Inhabitants on the east side of the range of Green Mountains. The inhabitants being in danger of having their property and their lives taken from them by the Government of New-York, wholly renounce, and will resist the authority of that Government, till they can be made secure in their lives and property, or till they can lay their grievances before the King in Council, with a Petition that they may be taken out of so oppressive a jurisdiction, or annexed to some other Government. [1775-04-11] New-Hampshire, Grants Committees. [S4-V2-p0315] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Speech of the Chief Sachem of the Stockbridge Indians, in answer to a Message sent them by the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts. [1775-04-11] Uhhaunauwaunmut, Solomon, Captain (Stockbridge). [S4-V2-p0315] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

"Regulus" to the King, on his Answer to the Address of the City of London. [1775-04-12] Regulus (pseudo.). [S4-V2-p0816] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Gage to Governour Martin of North-Carolina. The leaders in Massachusetts, by their arts and artifices, still keep up a seditious and licentious spirit. The new fangled Legislature, termed a Provincial Congress, have taken the Government into their own hands, but they are much puzzled how to act. Fear in some, and a want of inclination in others, will be a great bar to their coming. [1775-04-12] Gage, Thomas, General. [S4-V2-p0317] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Chairman of the Committee of Falmouth, Massachusetts, to Samuel Freeman. Captain Mowat, in the Canso, sloop-of-war, in the harbour, to protect Coulson's Ship, and taking out the Goods which were prohibited to be landed by the Committee. The Committee will do all they can to prevent any other person from breaking the Association. [1775-04-12] Massachusetts, Falmouth Committee of Correspondence. [S4-V2-p0318] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from a Gentleman in England to his Correspondent in Virginia. The sword is drawn here and the scabbard thrown away. The threats thrown out here against the Americans are only fit for Savages. The declaration of Colonel Grant, in the House of Commons, that he had always treated the Americans as beasts of burden, and that they deserved no better usage, was received with the greatest approbation. American fraud, American rapine, American cowardice, and America insolence, are the perpetual topicks of Ministerial declaration. Orders are sent to seize particular persons in the Colonies, and certain American advocates here will be seized when the temper of the times will make it safe to do so. [1775-04-12] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0318] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Opinions in England on the Proceedings of the Continental Congress. [1775-04-13] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0319] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Yorktown, Pennsylvania, to John Hancock and Thomas Cushing, with Donations from York County for the suffering Poor of Boston. [1775-04-13] Pennsylvania, York County Committee of Correspondence; Smith, James; Eichelberger, George; Grier, David; Dowdle, Michael; Swope, Michael; Reel, Peter; Hartley, Thomas; Fuvin; George; Donaldson, Joseph; Schmyser, Michael; Spangler, Balzord; Hay, John. [S4-V2-p0320] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Amount of Donations from York County. [1775-04] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0320] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Protest of the Inhabitants and Freeholders of Westchester County, New-York, against the Proceedings of the Meeting held at the White Plains, on the 11th instant, for the appointment of Deputies to the Provincial Congress, Subscribers to the Protest from Westchester County. [1775-04-13] New-York, Westchester County New-York Protesters. [S4-V2-p0321] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Jeremiah Hunter. [1775-05-08] Hunter, Jeremiah. [S4-V2-p0322] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Peter and John Bussing. [1775-05-04] Bussing, Peter; Bussing, John. [S4-V2-p0322] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Samuel Baker. [1775-05] Baker, Samuel. [S4-V2-p0322] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Answer of Lewis Morris to the Protest, with a list of one hundred and seventy of the Subscribers to it, who are not entitled to vote, besides a number of the Tenants of Colonel Philipse. Very few independent Freeholders objected to the appointment of Deputies. [1775-05-07] Lewis, Morris. [S4-V2-p0323] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Phileirene to the Printers of the Massachusetts Gazette. Objections to the claims and complaints of the Continental Congress, who, in most of their Proceedings, have exceeded the powers delegated to them, and in still more, have counteracted the design of their appointment. [1775-04-13] Phileirene (pseudo.). [S4-V2-p0324] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to the Inhabitants of the Massachusetts-Bay, No. 9, from the County of Hampshire. [1775-04-13] From the County of Hampshire (pseudo.). [This essay responds to a series of essays by Tory Daniel Leonard, writing as Massachusetensis. John Adams, as Novanglus wrote the most famous response. See Bernard Mason, ed., The American Colonial Crisis: The Daniel Leonard—John Adams Letters to the Press, 1774—1775 (New York, 1972), for texts of this debate.] [S4-V2-p0329] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Candidus to the People of New-Hampshire. [1775-04-14] Candidus (pseudo.). [S4-V2-p0334] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Recommendation of the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts to the People, to assist the Inhabitants in removing from Boston. [1775-04-14] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress; Hancock, John. [S4-V2-p0336] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Earl of Dartmouth to General Gage. All Fortifications should be garrisoned by the King's Troops, or dismantled and destroyed. Arms and Military Stores of every kind should be seized, and persons that have committed acts of treason and rebellion should be arrested and imprisoned. A Proclamation may be issued, offering a reward for apprehending the President, Secretary, or any Member of the Provincial Congress, who are most active in that seditious meeting. [1775-04-15] Legge, William, Earl of Dartmouth. [S4-V2-p0336] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Circular, Lord Dartmouth to the Governour of Colonies. [1775-04-15] Legge, William, Earl of Dartmouth. [S4-V2-p0337] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Baltimore, Maryland, Committee, request all persons to abstain from attending the approaching Fair at Baltimore Town. [1775-04-15] Maryland, Baltimore Committee; Purviance, Samuel, Jr.. [S4-V2-p0337] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from James Habersham to Clark and Milligan, London. The fiery Patriots of Charlestown have stopped all dealings with Georgia. Some of the inflammatory Resolutions and Measures of the Northern Colonies portend an open rebellion against the Parent State. [1775-04-17] Habersham, James. [S4-V2-p0337] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Meeting of the Committee for King George County, Virginia. Austin Brockenbrough summoned to appear before the Committee to answer charges against him of opposing the measures of the Continental Congress. Refuses to attend, and is published as an enemy to American Liberty. [1775-04-17] Turner, Thomas; Jett, Thomas; Robinson, William; Washington, John; Virginia, King George County Committee; Wodrow, Andrew. [S4-V2-p0337] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of Philadelphia inform the Publick that it is now under the consideration of the Committee to suspend all trade and intercourse with such Colonies as have not acceded to the Association of the Continental Congress. [1775-04-17] Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Committee of Correspondence; Smith, Jonathan B.. [S4-V2-p0338] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Statement and Deposition of Isaac Sears and Paschal N. Smith, denying the charge against them of having furnished Supplies to the Army in Boston. [1775-04-17] Sears, Isaac; Smith, Paschal N.; Blagge, B.. [S4-V2-p0338] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Arthur Lee to Jas. Kinsey, Speaker of the House of Assembly of New-Jersey. The Earl of Dartmouth refused to receive the Petition of the Assembly of New-Jersey from Mr. Lee, because he was not the Agent of the Colony. The Petition will, therefore, remain to wait the further pleasure of the House. The policy of the Ministry is to divide the Colonies, and draw them off from their great shield and defence, an union in General Congress. [1775-04-17] Lee, Arthur. [S4-V2-p0339] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Trumbull to the Rev. Dr. Wheelock. The ability and influence of Mr. Dean to attach the Six Nations to the interest of the Colonies is considered an instance of Divine favour. [1775-04-17] Trumbull, Jonathan, Governour of Connecticut. [S4-V2-p0339] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Parties of Minute-Men met at Freetown, on the 10th instant, to seize Colonel Gilbert, but he fled on board the Man-of-War at Newport. A number of Tories, who had signed Enlistments to serve the King, were taken prisoners. They made acknowledgments of their past bad conduct, promised to behave better for the future, and were dismissed. [1775-04-17] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0340] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address to the Inhabitants of New-England. The time is come when we are called upon to consider whether we will defend our rights and properties, or surrender them to Lord North. Will it not be wise, as soon as the Sword of Great Britain is drawn against us, to sacrifice every New-England Tory, to invite the British Troops to join us, to cut off all such as intend to act as our enemies, and to send Ambassadors to Europe with a declaration of our Ports being opened to them for a free Trade. [1775-04-18] Johannes in Eramo (pseudo.). [S4-V2-p0340] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Brecknock to the People of England. The invasion of the rights of the Americans is an invasion of the rights of the People of Great Britain. The Inhabitants of both Countries have the same rights to their liberty and property. The tyranny that violates one will violate the other. [1775-04-19] Brecknock. [S4-V2-p0341] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

New-York Committee. Proceeds of sales of Merchandise made under their direction, agreeable to the Tenth Article of the Continental Association, to be applied towards relieving the poor Inhabitants of Boston who are sufferers by the Port-Bill. [1775-04-17] New-York Committee; Brasher, Abraham; Platt, Jeremiah; Curtenius, Peter T.. [S4-V2-p0342] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee-Chamber. [1775-04-19] New-York Committee; Lewis. [S4-V2-p0343] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letters from New-York to a Gentleman in Philadelphia. Information received from England that a Fleet, with a number of Transports with Troops, are preparing to be sent to America to enforce the Acts of Parliament. [1775-04-19] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0343] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extract of Another Letter of the Same Date. [1775-04-19] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0344] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-York Committee to the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts, Communicating Letters and Intelligence, Received This Day from England, of the Intentions of the Ministry, and of Their Preparations for Subduing and Enslaving the Colonies. [1775-04-19] New-York Committee; Remsen, Henry. [S4-V2-p0844] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extract of a Letter Received by the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts from the New-York Committee Communicating Intelligence Received This Day from England, of the Intentions of the Ministry, and of Their Preparations for Subduing and Enslaving the Colonies, February 24, 1775. [1775-02-24] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0844] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extract of a Letter Received by the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts from the New-York Committee Communicating Intelligence Received This Day from England, of the Intentions of the Ministry, and of Their Preparations for Subduing and Enslaving the Colonies, March 2, 1775. [1775-03-02] . [S4-V2-p0346] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extract of a Letter Received by the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts from the New-York Committee Communicating Intelligence Received This Day from England, of the Intentions of the Ministry, and of Their Preparations for Subduing and Enslaving the Colonies, March 1, 1775. [1775-03-01] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0346] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-York Committee to the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts, Communicating Letters and Intelligence, Received This Day from England, of the Intentions of the Ministry, and of Their Preparations for Subduing and Enslaving the Colonies. [1775-04-19] New-York Committee; Remsen, Henry. [S4-V2-p0347] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address to the Respectable Public of New-York. The Committee Condemned for Publishing William and Henry Ustick as Enemies to American Freedom, and the Charge Against Them, of Having Violated the Association, is Pronounced False and Malicious. [1775-04-19] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0347] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to Mr. Rivington. Riots in New-York. Proceedings of the Committee of Inspection Against the Usticks, Mr. Thurman, and Mr. Harding, Charged with Furnishing Supplies for the Troops in Boston. These Proceedings Complained of a Breach of the Law. Capt. Sears Apprehended, and a Mittimus Issued to Send Him to Jail. On His Way There Rescued and Set at Liberty. Further Riots. [1775-04-19] Anti-Licentiousness (pseudo.). [S4-V2-p0848] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Rev. Samuel Auchmuty to Capt. Montressor, at Boston. Information Just Received from England of an Armament Speedily to Embark for Boston, to Convince the Refractory There that England Will Not be Trifled With. At a Rascally Whig Mob in New-York, Sears, the King, was Arrested and Ordered to Prison, was Rescued at the Jail Door. [1775-04-19] Auchmuty, Samuel, Reverend. [S4-V2-p0349] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Notice of a Letter, and of Mr. Auchmuty, the Writer of It. [1775-05-18] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0350] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Provincial Convention of New-York, List of Deputies, Credentials of the Deputies for New-York, Albany and Ulster Counties, Credentials for Orange County, Credentials for the Deputies for Westchester County, Credentials from Suffolk and King's Counties. [1775-04-20] New-York, Provincial Convention. [S4-V2-p0351] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Provincial Convention of New-York, Credentials from Queen's County, Poll Lists for Jamaica, in Queen's County, Presented by Mr. Robinson, Credentials from Dutchess County, Delegates to the Next Continental Congress Appointed. [1775-04-21] New-York, Provincial Convention. [S4-V2-p0355] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Provincial Convention of New-York, Instruction to the Delegates to the Continental Congress, Convention Dissolved. [1775-04-22] New-York, Provincial Convention. [S4-V2-p0357] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Newburyport Committee to the Portsmouth, New-Hampshire Committee. Report of an Action Between the Troops at Boston and the People. Men Are Setting Off Immediately for Boston. [1775-04-19] Massachusetts, Newburyport Committee of Correspondence. [S4-V2-p0359] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Boston to a Gentleman in New-York. The Troops Left Boston Last Night, Lexington They Fired on the People, Marched to Concord, Engagement There, Re-enforcements Sent from Boston. The Troops Retreated from Concord to Charlestown. [1775-04-19] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0359] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Boston to a Gentleman Near Philadelphia. The Troops Left Boston in the Night of the 18th, and in Boats Were Conveyed Over to Phipps's Farm. The Men Appointed to Alarm the Country on Such Occasions, Got Over by Stealth Nearly as Soon as the Troops. At Lexington the People Fired Upon, and Five Men Killed, Engagement at Concord, the Troops Retreat, and with Re-enforcements Sent Out Under Earl Percy, are Driven by the Militia Back to Boston. [1775-04-20] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0359] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Boston to a Gentleman in New-York. The British Officers Returned from the Attack on the People, Say They Never Were in a Hotter Engagement. Our People Came to No Regular Battle, But Annoyed Them the Whole Way Back. [1775-04-20] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0360] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Boston to a Merchant in New-York. It is Surprising How Soon the Country People Mustered, and in Vast Numbers. The Troops Were Obliged to Retreat Near Twelve Miles, and All the Way a Constant Firing was Kept Up on Both Sides. [1775-04-20] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0361] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Newport, Rhode-Island, to the New-York Committee. Our Brethren of Massachusetts are Attacked by a Body of the Regular Troops, and Many Friends Slain. [1775-04-21] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0361] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Weathersfield, in Connecticut, to a Gentleman in New-York. We Are All in Motion Here, One Hundred Men, With Twenty Days' Provisions and Sixty-Four Rounds Left Yesterday, The Neighbouring Towns All Arming and Moving, By Night We Shall Have Several Thousands from This Colony on Their March. The Eyes of America are on New-York, The Ministry Have Been Promised That Your Province Would Desert Us. You Must Now Declare One Way or the Other, That We May Know Whether We Are to Go to Boston or to New-York, If You Desert, Our Men Will as Cheerfully Attack New-York as Boston. [1775-04-23] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0362] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Express from T. Palmer, Watertown, Received in New-York. [1775-04-19] Palmer, T.. [S4-V2-p0363] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Express from Ebenezer Williams. [1775-04-20] Williams, Ebenezer. [S4-V2-p0363] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from New-York to a Gentleman in Philadelphia. Information Received Yesterday, (Sunday,) of the Attack of the King's Troops on the People of Massachusetts, Sent Immediately by Express to Philadelphia. The People Unloaded Two Vessels Filled with Flour for the Troops at Boston, and Seized the City Arms. [1775-04-24] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0364] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from New-York to a Gentleman in Philadelphia. A Reconciliation between Us and Great Britain is Now at a Greater Distance Than We of Late had Rational Grounds to Hope. Yesterday, After the News from Boston was Received, the Committee Met, and Will Take Measures to Maintain the Character of a Sister Colony That Feels for Another in Distress. [1775-04-24] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0364] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from James Lockwood, Wallingford, Connecticut, Forwarded by Express to Charlestown in South-Carolina. [1775-04-24] Lockwood, James; Beers, Isaac. [S4-V2-p0365] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from James Lockwood, Wallingford, Connecticut, Forwarded to New-Haven. [1774-04-24] Edwards, Pierpont. [S4-V2-p0365] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from James Lockwood, Wallingford, Connecticut, Forwarded to Fairfield. [1774-04-24] Burr, Thaddeus; Rowland, Andrew; Abel, Elijah. [S4-V2-p0365] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from James Lockwood, Wallingford, Connecticut, Forwarded to Norwalk. [1775-04-24] Cannon, John; Betts, Thaddeus; German, Samuel. [S4-V2-p0365] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from James Lockwood, Wallingford, Connecticut, Forwarded to Stamford. [1775-04-24] Hait, John, Jr.; Hutton, Samuel; Webb, David; Gray, Daniel; Warring, Jonathan, Jr.. [S4-V2-p0365] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from James Lockwood, Wallingford, Connecticut, Forwarded to Greenwich. [1775-04-25] Mead, Amos. [S4-V2-p0365] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from James Lockwood, Wallingford, Connecticut, Forwarded to New-York. [1775-04-25] Low, Isaac. [S4-V2-p0365] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from James Lockwood, Wallingford, Connecticut, Forwarded to Elizabethtown. [1775-04-25] Hampton, Jonathan; Ross, George; Blanchard, John. [S4-V2-p0365] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from James Lockwood, Wallingford, Connecticut, Forwarded to Woodbridge. [1775-04-25] Heard, Nathaniel; Parker, Samuel; Clawson, Jonathan. [S4-V2-p0365] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from James Lockwood, Wallingford, Connecticut, Forwarded to New-Brunswick. [1775-04-25] Oake, William; Neilson, James; Dunham, Azariah. [S4-V2-p0366] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from James Lockwood, Wallingford, Connecticut, Forwarded to Princetown. [1775-04-26] Wiggin, Thomas; Baldwin, Jonathan. [S4-V2-p0366] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from James Lockwood, Wallingford, Connecticut, Forwarded to Trenton. [1775-04-26] Tucker, Samuel; Smith, Isaac; Hunt, Abraham. [S4-V2-p0366] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from James Lockwood, Wallingford, Connecticut, Forwarded to Philadelphia. [1775-04-26] Cadwalader, Lambert; Bradford, William; Pryor, Thomas; Malcher, Isaac. [S4-V2-p0366] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from James Lockwood, Wallingford, Connecticut, Forwarded to Chester. [1775-04-26] Johnston, Francis; Eyre, Isaac; Fairlamb, Samuel. [S4-V2-p0366] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from James Lockwood, Wallingford, Connecticut, Forwarded to New-Castle. [1775-04-26] Leuvenigh, Z. V.; Spencer, Stephen. [S4-V2-p0366] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from James Lockwood, Wallingford, Connecticut, Forwarded to Christeen Bridge. [1775-04-26] Patterson, S.. [S4-V2-p0366] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from James Lockwood, Wallingford, Connecticut, Forwarded to Charlestown. [1775-04-27] Rudulph, Tobias; Gilpin, Joseph. [S4-V2-p0366] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from James Lockwood, Wallingford, Connecticut, Forwarded to Baltimore. [1775-04-27] Boyd, John. [S4-V2-p0356] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from James Lockwood, Wallingford, Connecticut, Forwarded to Annapolis. [1775-04-28] Maryland, Committee of Correspondence; Tilghman, Matthew; Carroll, Charles, of Carrollton; Carroll, Charles; Hall, J.; Johnson, Thomas, Jr.; Chase, Samuel. [S4-V2-p0366] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from James Lockwood, Wallingford, Connecticut, Forwarded to Alexandria. [1775-04-28] Ramsay, William. [S4-V2-p0366] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from James Lockwood, Wallingford, Connecticut, Forwarded to Dumfries. [1775-04-30] Carr, William. [S4-V2-p0366] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from James Lockwood, Wallingford, Connecticut, Forwarded to Fredericksburgh. [1775-04-30] Mercer, James; Thornton, George; Page, Mann, Jr.; Mercer, Hugh. [S4-V2-p0366] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from James Lockwood, Wallingford, Connecticut, Forwarded to King William. [1775-05-01] Braxton, Carter. [S4-V2-p0366] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from James Lockwood, Wallingford, Connecticut, Forwarded to Surry County. [1775-05-02] Cocke, Allen. [S4-V2-p0366] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from James Lockwood, Wallingford, Connecticut, Forwarded to Williamsburgh. [1775-05-02] Virginia, Williamsburgh Committee; Nicholas, Ro. C.. [S4-V2-p0367] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from James Lockwood, Wallingford, Connecticut, Forwarded to Smithfield. [1775-05-03] Smith, Arthur; Burune, Nathaniel. [S4-V2-p0367] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from James Lockwood, Wallingford, Connecticut, Forwarded to Nansemond. [1775-05-03] Virginia, Nansemond County Committee; Ridduh, Willis; Ceowper, Willis. [S4-V2-p0367] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from James Lockwood, Wallingford, Connecticut, Forwarded to Chowan County. [1775-05-03] North-Carolina, Chowan County Committee. [S4-V2-p0367] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from James Lockwood, Wallingford, Connecticut, Forwarded to Edenton. [1775-05-04] North-Carolina, Edenton Committee of Correspondence; Blount, Joseph; Jones, Thomas; Bondfield, Charles; Green, Jonathan; Bennett, William; Hamilton, Jonathan; Hardy, Robert; Smith, Robert; Dickinson, S.. [S4-V2-p0367] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from James Lockwood, Wallingford, Connecticut, Forwarded to Beaufort County. [1775-05-06] North-Carolina, Beaufort County Committee; Osmond, Roger; Brown, William. [S4-V2-p0367] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from James Lockwood, Wallingford, Connecticut, Forwarded to Bath. [1775-05-06] North-Carolina, Beaufort County Committee; Osmond, Roger; Brown, William. [S4-V2-p0367] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from James Lockwood, Wallingford, Connecticut, Forwarded to Onslow County. [1775-05-06] North-Carolina, Craven County Committee; Smith, Samuel; Cogdell, B.; Green, John; Tisdale, William; McLin, Thomas; Nash, Abner; Leech, Joseph; Fonvielle, John; Stanly, William; Coor, James. [S4-V2-p0367] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from James Lockwood, Wallingford, Connecticut, Forwarded to Wilmington. [1775-05-07] Onslow County, North-Carolina, North America. [S4-V2-p0368] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from James Lockwood, Wallingford, Connecticut, Forwarded to New River. [1775-05-07] Cray, William. [S4-V2-p0368] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from James Lockwood, Wallingford, Connecticut, Forwarded to Brunswick. [1775-05-08] North-Carolina, Wilmington Committee; Harnett, Cornelius; Ash, John, Colonel. [S4-V2-p0368] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from James Lockwood, Wallingford, Connecticut, Forwarded to Boundary. [1775-05-09] Quince, Richard. [S4-V2-p0368] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from James Lockwood, Wallingford, Connecticut, Forwarded to Boundary. [1775-05-08] Howe, R.. [S4-V2-p0368] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from James Lockwood, Wallingford, Connecticut, Forwarded to Little River. [1775-05-09] Marion, Isaac. [S4-V2-p0368] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from James Lockwood, Wallingford, Connecticut, Forwarded to Benjamin Young. [1775-05-10] Young, Benjamin. [S4-V2-p0368] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from James Lockwood, Wallingford, Connecticut, Forwarded to Georgetown. [1775-05-10] South-Carolina, Georgetown Committee; Trapier, Paul; Wragg, S.; Trapier, P., Jr.; Bonneau, Anthony. [S4-V2-p0368] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Johannes in Eremo to the People. Great Britain has Drawn the Sword Offensively, New-England Defensively. Our Blood has Been Shed by the Troops Under General Gage, and the Cry Will Soon Reach Heaven Against Him. Great Britain Will No Longer be Honoured as Our Mother. [1775-04-20] Johannes in Eremo (pseudo.). [S4-V2-p0369] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Richard Devens to the Members of the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts, Requesting Them to Assemble at Concord. [1775-04-20] Devens, Richard. [S4-V2-p0369] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Safety of Massachusetts to the Governour of Connecticut. The British Troops Fired on Our Men at Lexington, Without any Provocation, and Killed Eight of Them at the First Onset. As the Troops Have Now Commenced Hostilities, We Think it Our Duty to Exert Our Utmost Strength to Save Our Country from Absolute Slavery, and We Pray You to Afford Us All the Assistance in Your Power. [1775-04-20] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0370] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Dr. Warren to General Gage, Requesting Arrangements May be Made for Removing the Tories Into Boston, and the Whigs Out of Boston. [1775-04-20] Warren, Dr.. [S4-V2-p0370] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Adam Babcock to Governour Trumbull, Requesting Permission to Ship Twelve Oxen to the West-Indies. [1775-04-20] Babcock, Adam. [S4-V2-p0371] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Gunpowder Removed from the Magazine at Williambsurgh, by Order of Lord Dunmore, Address of the Corporation of Williamsburgh to Lord Dunmore, Requesting Him Immediately to Return the Powder, Answer of Lord Dunmore. He Refuses to Return the Powder Now, but Pledges His Honour, that in Case of an Insurrection, it Shall be Returned in Half an Hour. [1775-04-21] Dunmore, John, Governour of Virginia; Randolph, Peyton. [S4-V2-p0371] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Cumberland County, Virginia, Committee, Consider and Approve the Proceedings of the Late Convention at Richmond. [1775-04-21] Virginia, Cumberland County Committee; Carrington, George. [S4-V2-p0372] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Connecticut Committee of Safety to John Hancock. Every Preparation is Making to Support Your Province. The Ardour of Our People is Such That They Cannot be Kept Back. Despatches Should be Immediately Sent to England, with an Accurate Account of the Late Transactions, to Forestall Such Exaggerated Accounts as May Go from the Army and Navy. [1775-04-21] Connecticut, Committee of Correspondence. [S4-V2-p0372] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Newburyport to the Committee of Safety, Requesting to Know if the Forces Coming from New-Hampshire Shall Be Sent On. [1775-04-21] Massachusetts, Newburyport Committee of Correspondence; Greenleaf, Benjamin. [S4-V2-p0373] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Safety of Massachusetts to the Provincial Congress of New-Hampshire. [1775-04-22] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0373] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Benjamin Greenleaf to the Committee of Correspondence in Hampton. [1775-04-22] Massachusetts, Newburyport Committee of Correspondence; Greenleaf, Benjamin. [S4-V2-p0374] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Safety to the Inhabitants of Boston. An Arrangement Has Been Made with General Gage for the Removal from Boston of the Men, Women and Children, and Their Effects. [1775-04-22] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0374] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from a Committee of the Town of Boston to Dr. Joseph Warren, Enclosing the Agreement Between General Gage and the Town of Boston. [1775-04-23] Massachusetts, Boston Committee of Correspondence. [S4-V2-p0374] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Meeting of the Freeholders and Other Inhabitants of the Town of Boston, Called in Consequence of an Interview Between General Gage and the Selectmen of the Town. Committee Appointed to Wait Upon General Gage with Propositions for the Removal of the Inhabitants. [1775-04-22] Massachusetts, Boston Town Meeting; Bowdoin, James. [S4-V2-p0375] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee Report that General Gage Agrees to Let the Inhabitants Leave the Town with Their Effects, if They First Lodge Their Arms in Faneuil Hall, or Some Other Convenient Place, Under the Care of the Selectmen, The Conditions are Accepted, and the Committee are Directed to Request of General Gage That the Inhabitants May be Removed by Land or Water, as May be Most Convenient, General Gage Agrees to the Request of the Committee, and Promises to Request the Admiral to Lend his Boats to Facilitate the Removal by Water, and Desires a Letter May be Written to Dr. Warren to Get Permission for Such Persons in the Country as Desire to Come Into Boston, to Do So. [1775-04-23] Massachusetts, Boston Town Meeting. [S4-V2-p0376] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Further Report of the Committee to the Town Meeting of the Final Arrangements. The People Have Surrendered Their Arms, and Are to Commence Removing Tomorrow Morning, The Meetings Agrees to the Arrangement, the Town Relying on the Honour and Faith of General Gage that He Will Perform His Part of the Contract, as They Have Faithfully Performed Their Part of It. [1775-04-27] Massachusetts, Boston Town Meeting; Alline, Henry, Jr.. [S4-V2-p0377] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts to the Provincial Congress of New-Hampshire. The Provincial Congress Having Unanimously Resolved That it is Our Duty Immediately to Establish an Army for the Maintenance of Our Rights, and That Thirty Thousand Men Should be Raised in New-England, the Concurrence of New-Hampshire is Earnestly Requested. [1775-04-23] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress; Warren, Joseph. [S4-V2-p0377] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Jedediah Foster to the Massachusetts Congress. Has Seen Governour Trumbull, Who Had Previously Received the Tragical Narrative from Colonel Palmer, He Will Convene the Assembly Immediately. [1774-04-23] Foster, Jedediah. [S4-V2-p0378] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Major McClary to the New-Hampshire Congress. Two Thousand Men from New-Hampshire Now at Cambridge, in Great Want of Proper Regulations and Field-Officers. Five or Six Hundred Men Inconsiderately Marched Home, Upon the Improper Statements of One Captain Espy That They Were Not Wanted, This Has Caused much Uneasiness Among the Remaining Troops. [1775-04-23] McClary, Andrew, Major. [S4-V2-p0378] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Maryland Convention, Matthew Tilghman in the Chair, and Gabriel Duvall Appointed Clerk, George the Third is the Rightful Sovereign of Great Britain and Dominions, and This Province Will Bear Faith and True Allegiance to Him, Committee Appointed to Write to the Committee of Correspondence for Philadelphia, Requesting the Fullest Information in Regard to the Condition of New-York. [1775-04-24] Maryland, Convention; Tilghman, Matthew. [S4-V2-p0379] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to the Committee of Philadelphia. [1775-04-29] Maryland, Convention; Tilghman, Matthew. [S4-V2-p0379] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Exportation from this Province to Quebeck, Nova-Scotia, Georgia and Newfoundland Suspended, Inhabitants of the Province Earnestly Requested to Form and Exercise the Militia Throughout the Province, Delegates to the Continental Congress Appointed, Day of Fasting, Humiliation and Prayer Appointed. [1775-05-03] Maryland, Convention; Tilghman, Matthew. [S4-V2-p0380] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Philadelphia Committee. Some of Their Members Have Gone to New-York to Learn of the Situation of Affairs There, and What the Inhabitants Expect from the Southern Colonies. [1775-05-01] Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Committee of Correspondence; Cadwalader, Lambert; Bradford, William; Pryor, Thomas; Malcher, Isaac. [S4-V2-p0381] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Newport to the Philadelphia Committee. [1775-04-25] Ellery, William. [S4-V2-p0381] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of Observation for Newark, New-Jersey. At This Alarming Crisis Will Risk Their Lives and Fortunes in Support of American Liberty, and Will Give All the Support in Their Power to the Province of Massachusetts Bay. [1775-04-24] New-Jersey, Newark Committee of Observation; Camp, Caleb; Johnston, Robert. [S4-V2-p0382] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of New-York to Governour Trumbull, recommending to him to intercept the Despatches for General Gage, which arrived in the Packet this day. The melancholy accounts from Boston have united the Inhabitants of New-York, who have stopped all supplies from the Army, and seized the City Arms. [1775-04-24] New-York Committee. [S4-V2-p0383] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Agreement subscribed by Captain Arnold and his Company of fifty persons, when they set out from Connecticut, as volunteers to assist the Provincials at Cambridge. [1775-04-24] Arnold, Benedict. [S4-V2-p0383] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Ward to the Massachusetts Congress, requesting he may be furnished with Enlisting Orders immediately. [1775-04-24] Ward, Artemas, General. [S4-V2-p0384] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from John Hancock to the Massachusetts Committee of Safety. Requests to be furnished with particular information as to the Army and the Provincial Congress. [1775-04-24] Hancock, John. [S4-V2-p0384] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Oliver Prescott to the Committee of Safety, suggesting the appointment of a Town Guard in every Town in the Province. [1775-04-24] Prescott, Oliver. [S4-V2-p0385] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Massachusetts Committee of Safety to the New-Hampshire Congress. Orders have been given for enlisting such of the men from New-Hampshire as are at present in the service of the Colony. [1775-04-24] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0385] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from H. Jackson to Col. Jeremiah Lee. Recommends the establishment of Partisan Corps, they performed better service in the late war than any other Troops. [1775-04-24] Jackson, H.. [S4-V2-p0385] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from London to a Gentleman in Massachusetts. [1775-04-25] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0386] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from London to a Gentleman of New-Jersey. Fears are entertained on account of Philadelphia and New-York. It is the union of America which gives it strength, the defection of such important Provinces would give great encouragement to our adversaries. [1775-04-25] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0387] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Officers of the Independent Company of Spotsylvania to Col. George Washington, proposing, with his approbation, to unite with others, and march to Williamsburgh, for protection of the Colony Stores, part having been taken away by order of Lord Dunmore. [1775-04-25] Mercer, Hugh. [S4-V2-p0387] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from one of the Virginia Delegates, on his way to the Congress, to his friend in Williamsburgh. Intelligence has been received that New-York is to be fortified and garrisoned, to cut off the communication between the Northern and the Southern Colonies. [1775-04-25] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0387] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Gloucester, Virginia, Committee. Premiums offered for the manufacture of Gun-Powder, and Wool and Cotton Cards. Lord Dunmore, by the removal of the Powder from the Magazine, and other acts, has forfeited all title to the confidence of the People of Virginia. [1775-04-15] Virginia, Gloucester County Committee; Clayton, Jasper. [S4-V2-p0388] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Bedford County, Virginia, Committee, approve the Resolutions of the Convention at Richmond. Committee dissolved, and another elected, May 23. [1775-04-25] Virginia, Bedford County Committee; Alexander, Robert. [S4-V2-p0388] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Paper addressed to Mr. De Lancey and others, of New-York. The hostile preparations against the Colonies were occasioned by assurance from them of the defection and submission of New-York. [1775-04-25] Three Millions (pseudo.). [S4-V2-p0389] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Metcalf Bowler to the Massachusetts Congress. Encloses several Papers to show what the Assembly has done. Rhode-Island is firm and determined. [1775-04-25] Rhode-Island, General Assembly; Bowler, Metcalf. [S4-V2-p0389] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Metcalf Bowler to the Speaker of the House of Commons of Connecticut. A Committee has been appointed to consult with the Assembly of Connecticut, upon measures for the common defence of the four New-England Colonies. Rhode-Island has passed an Act for raising fifteen hundred Men for the general cause. [1775-04-25] Rhode-Island, General Assembly; Bowler, Metcalf. [S4-V2-p0389] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Act of Rhode-Island for raising an Army of Observation, Resolution of Rhode-Island Assembly, authorizing the enlistment of fifteen hundred Men. [1775-04-25] Rhode-Island, General Assembly. [S4-V2-p0390] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Protest of four Members of the Upper House of Assembly of Rhode island, against the passage of the Act for raising fifteen hundred Men. [1775-04-25] Wanton, J.; Sessions, Darius; Wickes, Thomas; Potter, William. [S4-V2-p0390] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from John Hancock to the Massachusetts Committee of Safety. [1775-04-25] Hancock, John. [S4-V2-p0390] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Boston to the Committee of Safety, requesting Wagons may be furnished to remove the Inhabitants from Boston, and that those who wish to come into the Town may be permitted to do so without hinderance. [1775-04-25] Massachusetts, Boston Committee of Correspondence; Bowdoin, James; Goldthwait, Ezekiel; Scollay, John; Newell, Timothy; Marshall, Thomas; Austin, Samuel; Pitts, John; Payne, Edward; Inches, Henderson. [S4-V2-p0391] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Account of the march of the British Troops. Their attack on and killing a number of the Inhabitants of Massachusetts, their burning and destroying of private property, and of their retreat to Boston, on the 19th of April. List of the Provincials who were Killed and Wounded by the British Troops on the 19th of April. [1775-04-25] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0391] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition taken by order of the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts, in proof of the attack of the Troops under General Gage, on the People of the Province, on the 19th instant. [1775-05-25] Brown, Solomon; Loring, Jonathan; Sanderson, Elijah. [S4-V2-p0489] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition taken by order of the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts, in proof of the attack of the Troops under General Gage, on the People of the Province, on the 19th instant. [1775-04-25] Reed, William; Johnson, Josiah; Stickney, William. [S4-V2-p0489] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition taken by order of the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts, in proof of the attack of the Troops under General Gage, on the People of the Province, on the 19th instant. [1775-04-25] Sanderson, Elijah. [S4-V2-p0489] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition taken by order of the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts, in proof of the attack of the Troops under General Gage, on the People of the Province, on the 19th instant. [1775-04-25] Reed, William; Johnson, Josiah; Stickney, William. [S4-V2-p0489] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition taken by order of the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts, in proof of the attack of the Troops under General Gage, on the People of the Province, on the 19th instant. [1775-04-26] Gorham, Nathaniel. [S4-V2-p0489] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition taken by order of the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts, in proof of the attack of the Troops under General Gage, on the People of the Province, on the 19th instant. [1775-04-23] Willard, Thomas Price. [S4-V2-p0489] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition taken by order of the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts, in proof of the attack of the Troops under General Gage, on the People of the Province, on the 19th instant. [1775-04-23] Reed, William; Hastings, Jonathan; Ingraham, Duncan. [S4-V2-p0490] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition taken by order of the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts, in proof of the attack of the Troops under General Gage, on the People of the Province, on the 19th instant. [1775-04-26] Gorham, Nathaniel. [S4-V2-p0490] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition taken by order of the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts, in proof of the attack of the Troops under General Gage, on the People of the Province, on the 19th instant. [1775-04-25] Winship, Simon. [S4-V2-p0490] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition taken by order of the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts, in proof of the attack of the Troops under General Gage, on the People of the Province, on the 19th instant. [1775-04-25] Reed, William; Johnson, Josiah. [S4-V2-p0490] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition taken by order of the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts, in proof of the attack of the Troops under General Gage, on the People of the Province, on the 19th instant. [1775-04-26] Gorham, Nathaniel. [S4-V2-p0490] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition taken by order of the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts, in proof of the attack of the Troops under General Gage, on the People of the Province, on the 19th instant. [1775-04-25] Parker, John. [S4-V2-p0500] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition taken by order of the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts, in proof of the attack of the Troops under General Gage, on the People of the Province, on the 19th instant. [1775-04-25] Reed, William; Johnson, Josiah; Stickney, William. [S4-V2-p0491] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition taken by order of the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts, in proof of the attack of the Troops under General Gage, on the People of the Province, on the 19th instant. [1775-04-26] Gorham, Nathaniel. [S4-V2-p0491] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition taken by order of the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts, in proof of the attack of the Troops under General Gage, on the People of the Province, on the 19th instant. [1775-04-24] Robbins, John. [S4-V2-p0492] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition taken by order of the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts, in proof of the attack of the Troops under General Gage, on the People of the Province, on the 19th instant. [1775-04-25] Robbins, John; Reed, William; Johnson. [S4-V2-p0492] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition taken by order of the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts, in proof of the attack of the Troops under General Gage, on the People of the Province, on the 19th instant. [1775-04-26] Gorham, Nathaniel. [S4-V2-p0492] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition taken by order of the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts, in proof of the attack of the Troops under General Gage, on the People of the Province, on the 19th instant. [1775-04-25] Tidd, Benjamin; Abbott, Joseph. [S4-V2-p0492] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition taken by order of the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts, in proof of the attack of the Troops under General Gage, on the People of the Province, on the 19th instant. [1775-04-25] Reed, William; Johnson, Josiah; Stickney, William. [S4-V2-p0492] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition taken by order of the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts, in proof of the attack of the Troops under General Gage, on the People of the Province, on the 19th instant. [1775-04-26] Gorham, Nathaniel. [S4-V2-p0493] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition taken by order of the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts, in proof of the attack of the Troops under General Gage, on the People of the Province, on the 19th instant. [1775-04-25] Mullekin, Nathaniel; Russell, Philip; Harrington, Moses, Jr.; Harrington, Thomas; Harrington, Daniel; Grimer, William; Tidd, William; Hastings, Isaac; Stone, Jonas, Jr.; Wyman, James; Harrington, Thaddeus; Chandler, John; Reed, Joshua, Jr.; Simonds, Joseph; Smith, Phineas; Chandler, John, Jr.; Lock, Reuben; Viles, Joel; Reed, Nathan; Tidd, Samuel; Lock, Benjamin; Winship, Thomas; Snow, Simeon; Smith, John; Harrington, Moses, III; Reed, Joshua; Parker, Ebenezer; Harrington, John; Willington, Enoch; Hosmer, John; Green, Isaac; Stearns, Phineas; Durant, Isaac; Headley, Thomas, Jr.. [S4-V2-p0493] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition taken by order of the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts, in proof of the attack of the Troops under General Gage, on the People of the Province, on the 19th instant. [1775-04-25] Reed, William; Johnson, Josiah; Stickney, William. [S4-V2-p0493] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition taken by order of the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts, in proof of the attack of the Troops under General Gage, on the People of the Province, on the 19th instant. [1775-04-26] Gorham, Nathaniel. [S4-V2-p0494] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition taken by order of the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts, in proof of the attack of the Troops under General Gage, on the People of the Province, on the 19th instant. [1775-04-25] Parkhurst, Nathaniel; Parker, Jonas; Munroe, John, Jr.; Winship, John; Peirce, Solomon; Muzzy, John; Mead, Abner; Bridge, John, Jr.; Bowman, Ebenezer; Munroe, William, III; Hagar, Micah; Sanderson, Samuel; Hastings, Samuel; Brown, James. [S4-V2-p0494] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition taken by order of the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts, in proof of the attack of the Troops under General Gage, on the People of the Province, on the 19th instant. [1775-04-25] Reed, William; Johnson, Josiah; Stickney, William. [S4-V2-p0494] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition taken by order of the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts, in proof of the attack of the Troops under General Gage, on the People of the Province, on the 19th instant. [1775-04-26] Gorham, Nathaniel. [S4-V2-p0494] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition taken by order of the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts, in proof of the attack of the Troops under General Gage, on the People of the Province, on the 19th instant. [1775-04-25] Smith, Timothy. [S4-V2-p0494] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition taken by order of the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts, in proof of the attack of the Troops under General Gage, on the People of the Province, on the 19th instant. [1775-04-25] Reed, William; Johnson, Josiah; Stickney, William. [S4-V2-p0494] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition taken by order of the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts, in proof of the attack of the Troops under General Gage, on the People of the Province, on the 19th instant. [1775-04-26] Gorham, Nathaniel. [S4-V2-p0495] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition taken by order of the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts, in proof of the attack of the Troops under General Gage, on the People of the Province, on the 19th instant. [1775-04-25] Mead, Levi; Harrington, Levi. [S4-V2-p0495] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition taken by order of the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts, in proof of the attack of the Troops under General Gage, on the People of the Province, on the 19th instant. [1775-04-25] Reed, William; Johnson, Josiah; Stickney, William. [S4-V2-p0495] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition taken by order of the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts, in proof of the attack of the Troops under General Gage, on the People of the Province, on the 19th instant. [1775-04-26] Gorham, Nathaniel. [S4-V2-p0495] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition taken by order of the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts, in proof of the attack of the Troops under General Gage, on the People of the Province, on the 19th instant. [1775-04-25] Draper, William. [S4-V2-p0495] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition taken by order of the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts, in proof of the attack of the Troops under General Gage, on the People of the Province, on the 19th instant. [1775-04-25] Reed, William; Johnson, Josiah; Stickney, William. [S4-V2-p0495] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition taken by order of the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts, in proof of the attack of the Troops under General Gage, on the People of the Province, on the 19th instant. [1775-04-26] Gorham, Nathaniel. [S4-V2-p0495] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition taken by order of the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts, in proof of the attack of the Troops under General Gage, on the People of the Province, on the 19th instant. [1775-04-23] Fessenden, Thomas. [S4-V2-p0496] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition taken by order of the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts, in proof of the attack of the Troops under General Gage, on the People of the Province, on the 19th instant. [1775-04-23] Reed, William; Johnson, Josiah; Stickney, William. [S4-V2-p0496] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition taken by order of the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts, in proof of the attack of the Troops under General Gage, on the People of the Province, on the 19th instant. [1775-04-26] Gorham, Nathaniel. [S4-V2-p0496] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition taken by order of the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts, in proof of the attack of the Troops under General Gage, on the People of the Province, on the 19th instant. [1775-04-26] Bateman, John. [S4-V2-p0496] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition taken by order of the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts, in proof of the attack of the Troops under General Gage, on the People of the Province, on the 19th instant. [1775-04-23] Cummings, John; Ingraham, Duncan. [S4-V2-p0496] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition taken by order of the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts, in proof of the attack of the Troops under General Gage, on the People of the Province, on the 19th instant. [1775-04-26] Gorham, Nathaniel. [S4-V2-p0497] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition taken by order of the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts, in proof of the attack of the Troops under General Gage, on the People of the Province, on the 19th instant. [1775-04-23] Hoar, John; Whitehead, John; Garfield, Abraham; Munroe, Benjamin; Parks, Isaac; Hosmer, William; Adams, John; Stone, Gregory. [S4-V2-p0497] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition taken by order of the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts, in proof of the attack of the Troops under General Gage, on the People of the Province, on the 19th instant. [1775-04-23] Reed, William; Cummings, John; Hastings, Jonathan; Ingraham, Duncan. [S4-V2-p0497] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition taken by order of the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts, in proof of the attack of the Troops under General Gage, on the People of the Province, on the 19th instant. [1775-04-26] Gorham, Nathaniel. [S4-V2-p0497] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition taken by order of the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts, in proof of the attack of the Troops under General Gage, on the People of the Province, on the 19th instant. [1775-04-23] Barrett, Nathan; Farrer, Jonathan; Butler, Joseph; Wheeler, Francis; Barrett, John; Brown, John; Walker, Silas; Melvin, Ephraim; Buttrick, Nathan; Hosmer, Stephen, Jr.; Barrett, Samuel; Jones, Thomas; Chandler, Joseph; Wheeler, Peter; Peirce, Nathan; Richardson, Edward. [S4-V2-p0498] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition taken by order of the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts, in proof of the attack of the Troops under General Gage, on the People of the Province, on the 19th instant. [1775-04-23] Butler, Joseph; Melvin, Ephraim. [S4-V2-p0498] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition taken by order of the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts, in proof of the attack of the Troops under General Gage, on the People of the Province, on the 19th instant. [1775-04-23] Hastings, Jonathan; Cummings, John; Ingraham, Duncan. [S4-V2-p0498] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition taken by order of the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts, in proof of the attack of the Troops under General Gage, on the People of the Province, on the 19th instant. [1775-04-26] Gorham, Nathaniel. [S4-V2-p0498] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition taken by order of the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts, in proof of the attack of the Troops under General Gage, on the People of the Province, on the 19th instant. [1775-04-23] Minot, Timothy. [S4-V2-p0498] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition taken by order of the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts, in proof of the attack of the Troops under General Gage, on the People of the Province, on the 19th instant. [1775-04-23] Reed, William; Hastings, Jonathan; Cummings, John; Ingraham, Duncan. [S4-V2-p0499] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition taken by order of the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts, in proof of the attack of the Troops under General Gage, on the People of the Province, on the 19th instant. [1775-04-26] Gorham, Nathaniel. [S4-V2-p0499] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition taken by order of the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts, in proof of the attack of the Troops under General Gage, on the People of the Province, on the 19th instant. [1775-04-23] Barrett, James. [S4-V2-p0499] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition taken by order of the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts, in proof of the attack of the Troops under General Gage, on the People of the Province, on the 19th instant. [1775-04-23] Reed, William; Hastings, Jonathan; Ingraham, Duncan. [S4-V2-p0499] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition taken by order of the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts, in proof of the attack of the Troops under General Gage, on the People of the Province, on the 19th instant. [1775-04-26] Gorham, Nathaniel. [S4-V2-p0499] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition taken by order of the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts, in proof of the attack of the Troops under General Gage, on the People of the Province, on the 19th instant. [1775-04-23] Robinson, Bradbury; Spring, Samuel; Bancroft, Thaddeus; Adams, James. [S4-V2-p0499] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition taken by order of the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts, in proof of the attack of the Troops under General Gage, on the People of the Province, on the 19th instant. [1775-04-23] Reed, William; Stickney, William; Hastings, Jonathan. [S4-V2-p0500] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition taken by order of the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts, in proof of the attack of the Troops under General Gage, on the People of the Province, on the 19th instant. [1775-04-26] Gorham, Nathaniel. [S4-V2-p0500] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition taken by order of the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts, in proof of the attack of the Troops under General Gage, on the People of the Province, on the 19th instant. [1775-04-23] Marr, James. [S4-V2-p0500] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition taken by order of the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts, in proof of the attack of the Troops under General Gage, on the People of the Province, on the 19th instant. [1775-04-23] Ingraham, Duncan; Dix, Jonas. [S4-V2-p0500] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition taken by order of the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts, in proof of the attack of the Troops under General Gage, on the People of the Province, on the 19th instant. [1775-04-26] Gorham, Nathaniel. [S4-V2-p0500] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition taken by order of the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts, in proof of the attack of the Troops under General Gage, on the People of the Province, on the 19th instant. [1775-04-25] Gould, Edward Thoroton. [S4-V2-p0500] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition taken by order of the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts, in proof of the attack of the Troops under General Gage, on the People of the Province, on the 19th instant. [1775-04-25] Mason, Thaddeus; Johnson, Josiah; Tufts, Simon. [S4-V2-p0501] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition taken by order of the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts, in proof of the attack of the Troops under General Gage, on the People of the Province, on the 19th instant. [1775-04-26] Gorham, Nathaniel. [S4-V2-p0501] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from John Sullivan to the President of the Massachusetts Congress. There seems some opposition in the New-Hampshire Congress to the assistance Massachusetts has expected. [1775-04-25] Sullivan, James. [S4-V2-p0393] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Instructions of the Town of Williamstown, Massachusetts, to their Delegates to the Provincial Congress. They are ready to assist with their lives and fortunes in the common cause of America Liberty. [1775-04-25] Massachusetts, Williamstown Town Meeting; Smedt, Nehemiah; Woodcock, Nehemiah. [S4-V2-p0393] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel John Wentworth to the New-Hampshire Congress. [1775-04-25] Wentworth, John, Colonel. [S4-V2-p0394] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from a Merchant in London to his friend in Virginia. Hopes the Non-Exportation Resolutions will be expunged, if they are adhered to, Maryland and Virginia will lose the Tobacco trade. [1775-04-26] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0394] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Captain Grayson to Colonel George Washington. His Company is ready to march for Williamsburgh, they may be depended on for any service that respects the liberties of America. [1775-04-26] Grayson, William; Lee, Philip Richard Francis. [S4-V2-p0394] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Officers of the Independent Company of Spotsylvania to Captain Grayson. The People have received no satisfaction for the Powder taken by Lord Dunmore, a submission to this outrage will subject Virginia to a suspicion of defection. [1775-04-24] Virginia, Independent Company of Spotsylvania; Mercer, Hugh; Spotswood, Alexander; Weedon, G.; Willis, Jonathan. [S4-V2-p0395] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Henrico County, Virginia, Committee. The removal of the Powder by Lord Dunmore is an insult to every freeman, every endeavour will be used to procure an immediate restitution of it. [1775-04-26] Virginia, Henrico County Committee; Beckley, John. [S4-V2-p0395] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address to the Publick, in defence of Mr. Galloway and the Plan of Union between Great Britain and the Colonies, proposed by him in the late Continental Congress. [1775-04-26] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0396] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Association, for defending with Arms, their property, liberty, and lives, adopted at a meeting of near eight thousand of the Inhabitants of Philadelphia. [1775-04-25] Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Association. [S4-V2-p0399] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Reading, Pennsylvania. Two Companies of Foot have been raised in the Town, in three weeks there will be one in every Town in the County, ready to assert, at the risk of their lives, the liberty of America. [1775-04-26] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0400] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the New-York Committee, recommending that a new Committee be elected by the Freeholders and Freemen of the City and County, and that Delegates to a Provincial Congress, to meet on the 22d of May next, be chosen. [1775-04-26] New-York Committee; Low, Isaac. [S4-V2-p0400] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Inspection for Newport, Rhode island, to General Ward. [1775-04-26] Rhode-Island, Newport Committee of Inspection; Collins, John. [S4-V2-p0400] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Congress of New-Hampshire to the Congress of Massachusetts. It is not thought expedient now to establish an Army of Observation, a Provincial Congress will meet on the 17th of May next, who will no doubt co-operate with their brethren in New-England. [1775-04-26] New-Hampshire, Provincial Congress; Weare, Meshech. [S4-V2-p0401] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from John Hancock to the Committee of Safety, recommending several persons for Officers in the Army. [1775-04-26] Hancock, John. [S4-V2-p0401] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Safety of Massachusetts to the Assembly of Rhode-Island, urging their immediate assistance, by forwarding as large a number of Troops as they can, well stocked with Provisions and Ammunition. [1775-04-26] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0402] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts to the Inhabitants of Great Britain. [1775-04-26] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress; Warren, Joseph. [S4-V2-p0487] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts to Dr. Franklin, in London, enclosing the Address to the Inhabitants of Great Britain, and the Depositions taken on the 25th, requesting him to have them printed and circulated throughout England. [1775-04-26] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0489] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Falmouth Massachusetts, Committee, to the Committee of Safety, asking their assistance in procuring Powder. [1775-04-26] Massachusetts, Falmouth Committee of Correspondence; Freeman, Enoch; Mussey, Benjamin; Brackett, John; Owen, William. [S4-V2-p0402] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel John Fenton to the People of the County of Grafton, in New-Hampshire. [1775-04-26] Fenton, John, Colonel. [S4-V2-p0698] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Intercepted Letter from Woodfield, in Canada, to Colonel Philip Skeene. The sooner the laws are put in force against the Americans, the better, procrastination encourages the seditious, and weakens Government. The Governour's new Commission has been received. [1775-04-26] Mabane, A.. [S4-V2-p0402] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

New Commission to the Governour of Quebeck. [1775] George III, King of Great Britain. [S4-V2-p0403] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Governour and Council, List of Representatives. [1775-04-26] Connecticut, General Assembly. [S4-V2-p0409] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Regimental Exercises. [1775-04-26] Connecticut, General Assembly. [S4-V2-p0410] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Embargo laid to prohibit the exportation of provisions by water. [1775-04-26] Connecticut, General Assembly. [S4-V2-p0410] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to confer with General Gage. [1775-04-26] Connecticut, General Assembly. [S4-V2-p0410] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

News Carriers to convey intelligence at the publick expense, authorized. [1775-04-26] Connecticut, General Assembly. [S4-V2-p0410] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to procure Provisions for the Inhabitants of the Colony who have gone to the assistance of Massachusetts. [1775-04-26] Connecticut, General Assembly. [S4-V2-p0411] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Act for Assembling, Equipping, and c. a number of the Inhabitants of this Colony, for the special defence and safety thereof. [1775-04-26] Connecticut, General Assembly. [S4-V2-p0411] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Form of Commissions for the Officers of the Troops raised for the special defence and safety of the colony -- Major General and Brigadier Generals. [1775-04-26] Connecticut, General Assembly. [S4-V2-p0413] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Form of Commissions for the Officers of the Troops raised for the special defence and safety of the colony -- Captains and Subaltern Officers. [1775-04-26] Connecticut, General Assembly. [S4-V2-p0413] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Form authorizing Beating Orders for the respective Officers appointed to enlist men for the special defence and safety thereof. [1775-04-26] Connecticut, General Assembly. [S4-V2-p0411] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Form of Enlistment for the Troops raised for the special defence and safety of the Colony. [1775-04-26] Connecticut, General Assembly. [S4-V2-p0414] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers for the six Regiments raised for the defence and safety of the Colony. [1775-04-26] Connecticut, General Assembly. [S4-V2-p0411] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Commissaries to supply Provisions for the Troops. [1775-04-26] Connecticut, General Assembly. [S4-V2-p0417] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee for settling and paying accounts of expenses incurred by raising Troops. [1775-04-26] Connecticut, General Assembly. [S4-V2-p0418] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Bills of Credit for fifty thousand Pounds authorized, and a tax laid to sink the whole amount. [1775-04-26] Connecticut, General Assembly. [S4-V2-p0418] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committees to provide and take charge of Powder and Military Stores for the use of the Colony. [1775-04-26] Connecticut, General Assembly. [S4-V2-p0419] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to consider the best means of defending the Sea-Coasts. [1775-04-26] Connecticut, General Assembly. [S4-V2-p0419] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to provide Carriages and other necessary apparatus for the Cannon at New-London. [1775-04-26] Connecticut, General Assembly. [S4-V2-p0420] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Enlistments for six Regiments under General Spencer, authorized, Four Regiments to be got in readiness forthwith to march to Boston. [1775-04-26] Connecticut, General Assembly. [S4-V2-p0420] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Recommendation to Ministers. [1775-04-26] Connecticut, General Assembly. [S4-V2-p0420] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolution regarding Clay Raymond. [1775-04-26] Connecticut, General Assembly. [S4-V2-p0420] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Act to Repeal an Act, entitled An Act in further addition to an Act of this Colony, entitled an Act concerning Book Debts. [1775-04-26] Connecticut, General Assembly. [S4-V2-p0420] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

An Act to exempt, for a limited time, the persons of Debtors from being imprisoned for debt. [1775-04-26] Connecticut, General Assembly. [S4-V2-p0420] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Permission for Joseph Gurnsey and others to assemble a military company. [1775-04-26] Connecticut, General Assembly. [S4-V2-p0421] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to inquire how far the Officers of the Militia Company of Northbury, in the Town of Waterbury, are inimical to the American cause. [1775-04-26] Connecticut, General Assembly. [S4-V2-p0421] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Permission given to Joseph Monson, of New-Haven, to transport twenty-six head of Cattle to the West-Indies. [1775-04-26] Connecticut, General Assembly. [S4-V2-p0422] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Permission given to Joseph White, of Weathersfield, to ship twenty Cattle. [1775-04-26] Connecticut, General Assembly. [S4-V2-p0422] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Permission given to Hezekiah Smith to ship fourteen Cattle, Assembly adjourned by Proclamation, without day. [1775-04-26] Connecticut, General Assembly. [S4-V2-p0422] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Philadelphia Committee stop all Exportations from Philadelphia to Quebeck, Nova-Scotia, Georgia, and Newfoundland, until the Continental Congress shall give further orders therein. [1775-04-27] Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Committee of Correspondence; Smith, Jonathan B.. [S4-V2-p0421] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Stephen Hopkins to the President of the Massachusetts Congress, informing them of the seizure and detention of Mr. John Brown, of Providence, and requesting them to make the King's Officers answerable for the treatment of Mr. Brown. Reprisals recommended by the Continental Congress, and sanctioned by the Colonies, are highly necessary to be put in practice. [1775-04-27] Hopkins, Stephen. [S4-V2-p0421] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Isaac Lee to Governour Trumbull. His Regiment is prepared with arms and ammunition, and ready to march at the shortest notice. [1775-04-27] Lee, Isaac, Colonel. [S4-V2-p0423] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Jedediah Huntington to Jonathan Trumbull, Jun. Great numbers of Troops, or rather armed men, are at Boxbury, in much confusion. It is expected that the Inhabitants of Boston will be permitted to come out this day, but many are suspicious that the General intends to deceive them, till he gets possession of their Arms. [1775-04-27] Huntington, Jedediah, Colonel. [S4-V2-p0423] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Massachusetts Committee of Safety to the Selectmen of Boston. As soon as it is known what time the Inhabitants are permitted to leave Boston, those who wish to take refuge there shall go in. [1775-04-27] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0424] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Safety to the Selectmen of Boston. It is reported that General Gage says the Provincials fired first upon his detachment. This report creates the greatest astonishment, as there is the clearest evidence it is untrue. [1775-04-27] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0424] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Boston Committee to the Committee of Safety, enclosing the Agreement concluded on this day between General Gage and the Committee. [1775-04-27] Massachusetts, Boston Committee of Correspondence. [S4-V2-p0424] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Agreement concluded between General Gage and the Committee, enclosed in a Letter from the Boston Committee to the Committee of Safety. [1775-04-27] Massachusetts, Boston Committee of Correspondence. [S4-V2-p0425] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Doctor Warren to Arthur Lee. The measures of the Administration have brought matters to a crisis. Lord Chatham and our friends must make up the breach immediately, or never. The next news from England must be conciliatory, or the connection between us ends, however fatal the consequences may be. [1775-04-27] Warren, Joseph. [S4-V2-p0425] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Quebeck. The Governour's new Commission read there the 24th instant. [1775-04-27] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0425] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

People assembling at Fredericksburg, Virginia, to march to Williamsburgh to demand a restitution of the Powder taken by Lord Dunmore. [1775-04-28] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0426] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proclamation by Governour Franklin, calling a meeting of the Assembly of New-Jersey, on the 15th of May next. [1775-04-28] Franklin, William, Governour of New-Jersey. [S4-V2-p0426] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Meeting of Inhabitants at Perth Amboy, in New-Jersey. Deputies to the Provincial Congress, to meet on the 5th of May, appointed. [1775-04-28] New-Jersey, Perth-Amboy Committee. [S4-V2-p0426] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the New-York Committee to the Freeholder and Freemen of the City and County of New-York, recommending the election of a new Committee, to consist of one hundred Members, on Monday next, the first of May, and at the same time to choose Delegates to a Provincial Congress. [1775-04-28] New-York Committee. [S4-V2-p0427] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of New-York to the Committees of the several Counties in the Colony, urging the immediate election of Deputies to a Provincial Congress, to meet on the 22d of May. [1775-04-28] New-York Committee. [S4-V2-p0428] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

"An American" to the Inhabitants of New-York. Outrages of the British Troops on the 19th of April. Both the King and Ministry are determined, at all hazards, to destroy American liberty. There is nothing now left for us but to appeal to God, and use what strength we have in defence of our liberty. [1775-04-28] An American (pseudo.). [S4-V2-p0428] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Thomas Brown to Colonel George Pitkin. General Gage has opened the gates, and given permission to the Inhabitants of Boston to leave the Town. [1775-04-28] Brown, Thomas. [S4-V2-p0429] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Massachusetts Congress to the Congress of New-Hampshire. A powerful army on our side must be raised at once. The other Colonies, as well as this, are fully convinced, that by immediate and vigorous exertions they may establish their liberty and save their Country. [1775-04-28] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0429] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Cambridge to a Gentleman in Newport, Rhode-Island. Our countrymen swarm to our defence from all quarters. We are busily organizing our Troops, and shall soon have an army of thirty thousand in the field. We have some hopes the Inhabitants of Boston will be permitted to leave the Town this day. They delivered up their Arms yesterday. [1775-04-28] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0430] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Stephen Hopkins to the Massachusetts Congress. [1775-04-28] Hopkins, Stephen. [S4-V2-p0430] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from James Angell to the Massachusetts Congress. Will, on any alarm, furnish six hundred men from the three Battalions under his command in Providence, Rhode-Island. [1775-04-28] Angell, James. [S4-V2-p0431] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Providence, Rhode-Island, to the Massachusetts Congress. The Assembly passed an act for raising Men, but as they omitted to authorize enlistments, no Men can be raised under it. [1775-04-28] Andrews, Zephaniah; Freeman, Thomas. [S4-V2-p0431] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Massachusetts Congress to Stephen Hopkins. [1775-04-28] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0431] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Samuel Murray and two Officers of General Gage's Army will be sent to Providence, to be made use of for obtaining the liberty of Mr. Brown. [1775-04-28] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0432] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Massachusetts Congress to Stephen Hopkins, informing that the arrangement made with General Gage for the release of the Inhabitants of Boston prevents sending the hostages mentioned in their letter of yesterday. [1775-04-29] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0432] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Safety to the several Towns in Massachusetts, conjuring them by all that is sacred to give all assistance in forming the Army. [1775-04-28] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0433] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Newburyport Committee to the Committee of Safety, recommending Christian Febiger, a Dane, for an appointment in the Army,. [1775-04-28] Massachusetts, Newburyport Committee of Correspondence; Titcomb, Jonathan. [S4-V2-p0433] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Selectmen of Sandbornton to the New-Hampshire Congress. They are without Ammunition, and cannot obtain any. [1775-04-28] New-Hampshire, Sandbornton Selectmen. [S4-V2-p0433] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Trumbull to General Gage. The People of Connecticut dread nothing so much as a civil war, but will defend their rights to the last extremity. [1775-04-28] Trumbull, Jonathan, Governour of Connecticut. [S4-V2-p0433] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Gage to Governour Trumbull, transmitting him a circumstantial account of the unhappy affair that happened on the 19th instants. [1775-04-29] Gage, Thomas, General. [S4-V2-p0434] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Circumstantial account of an Attack that happened on the 19th of April, 1775, on His Majesty's Troops, by a number of the People of the Province of the Massachusetts-Bay, transmitted by General Gage to Governour Trumbull. [1775-04-29] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0435] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Account of an Attack upon a body of the King's Troops, by a number of People on the Province of Massachusetts-Bay, on the 19th of April, 1775, transmitted by General Gage to Lord Dunmore. [1775-05-20] Gage, Thomas, General. [S4-V2-p0436] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Account of an Attack on the Inhabitants of Massachusetts, by the British Troops, acting under the orders of General Gage, on the 19th of April, 1775. [1775-05-03] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0437] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extract from an intercepted Letter, written by a Soldier in the Army at Boston, of the Engagement on the 19th of April. [1775-04-28] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0439] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extract from an intercepted Letter, written by a Soldier in the Army at Boston, of the Engagement on the 19th of April. [1775-04-28] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0440] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extract from an intercepted Letter, written by a Soldier in the Army at Boston, of the Engagement on the 19th of April. [1775-04-30] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0440] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extract from an intercepted Letter, written by a Soldier in the Army at Boston, of the Engagement on the 19th of April. [1775-04-25] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0441] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extract from an intercepted Letter, written by a Soldier in the Army at Boston, of the Engagement on the 19th of April. [1775-05-02] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0441] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Serious admonition to the Inhabitants of Williamsburgh, Virginia, on the excitement caused by the removal of the Powder by Lord Dunmore. The Powder could only belong to the King, and none but him, or his representatives, could of right use it. [1775-04-29] Civis (pseudo.). [S4-V2-p0441] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Officers of the Albemarle Volunteers to Colonel George Washington. They are ready to march to Williamsburgh, and compel the immediate delivery of the Powder taken by Lord Dunmore. [1775-04-29] Virginia, Albemarle County Volunteers. [S4-V2-p0442] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Determination of a Council of one hundred and two Members, at Fredericksburg, assembled in consequence of the seizure of the Powder at Williamsburgh by Lord Dunmore. [1775-04-29] Virginia, Fredericksburgh Committee. [S4-V2-p0443] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from John Dickinson to Arthur Lee. The impious war of tyranny against innocence has commenced in the neighbourhood of Boston. The Continent is preparing for a vigorous resistance. We are a united, a resolved People. Our Smiths and Powder-Mills are at work night and day. Supplies are continually arriving. [1775-04-29] Dickinson, John. [S4-V2-p0443] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Association signed by the Inhabitants of the City of New-York, and sent to all the Counties in the Province to be signed. [1775-04-29] New-York Committee. [S4-V2-p0471] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Oliver De Lancey, denying the authenticity of a Publication in an English Paper over the initials of his name. [1775-04-29] De Lancey, Oliver. [S4-V2-p0445] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

James Duane and John Jay on Mr. De Lancey's request. [1775-04-29] Duane, James; Jay, John. [S4-V2-p0446] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Recantation of Jonathan Fowler and George Cornwall, of Westchester, New-York. [1775-04-29] Fowler, Jonathan; Cornwell, George. [S4-V2-p0446] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Boston Committee to the Provincial Congress. [1775-04-29] Massachusetts, Boston Committee of Correspondence; Scollay, John; Goldthwait, Ezekiel; Marshall, Thomas; Austin, Samuel; Payne, Edward; Pitts, John. [S4-V2-p0446] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Safety to the Committees of the several Towns in Massachusetts, urging them to send forward Men for the Army. [1775-04-29] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0446] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of Safety to the Several Towns in Massachusetts. [1775-04-29] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0447] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Samuel Thompson to the Massachusetts Committee of Safety. At the Eastward, all are for the Country but three, one of these has deserted, the other two are in irons. [1775-04-29] Thompson, Samuel. [S4-V2-p0447] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Recantation of Stephen Holland, of Londonderry, New-Hampshire. [1775-04-29] Holland, Stephen; Bell, John. [S4-V2-p0447] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Alexander Spotswood to Colonel George Washington. [1775-04-30] Spotswood, Alexander. [S4-V2-p0447] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of Jacobus Low to the Publick, contradicting the charge of the Ulster County Committee, that he is unfriendly to Liberty. [1775-04-30] Low, Jacobus. [S4-V2-p0448] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from John Sullivan, at New-York, to the Committee of Correspondence for Portsmouth, New-Hampshire. New-York is nearly unanimous, yesterday six or seven thousand declared for Liberty at all hazards. They have stopped the Custom-House, and seized the City Arms. All denominations are under Arms, and in high spirits. Rivington has made a Recantation. Cooper has decamped. The People with difficulty were prevented from taking the lives of some of the Traitors. [1775-04-30] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0448] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Theophilus Morgan to Governour Trumbull, requesting permission for his Vessel to sail for the West-Indies. [1775-04-30] Morgan, Theophilus. [S4-V2-p0449] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Request to Governour Trumbull to Grant a Permit to Theophilus Morgan. [1775-04-30] Connecticut, General Assembly. [S4-V2-p0449] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Safety to the Boston Committee, transmitting a Vote of the Provincial Congress. [1775-04-30] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0449] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Portsmouth, New-Hampshire, to the Massachusetts Congress. The Messenger with the Despatches for Gen. Gage passed through Northampton yesterday. [1775-04-30] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0450] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Benedict Arnold to the Massachusetts Committee of Safety, giving the number of Cannon, and c., at Ticonderoga. [1775-04-30] Arnold, Benedict. [S4-V2-p0450] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Massachusetts Committee of Safety to the New-York Committee, informing them that it has been proposed to take Ticonderoga, but will not infringe on the rights of New-York. [1775-04-30] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety; Warren, Joseph. [S4-V2-p0450] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings in relation to Capt. Charles Alexander. [1775-05-01] Virginia, Norfolk Borough Committee; Davies, William. [S4-V2-p0527] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Meeting of the Freeholders of King William County, Virginia. Deputies to the Convention chosen. One hundred and seventy-five Pounds contributed for the relief of the sufferers in Massachusetts. [1775-04-30] King William County, Virginia, North America. [S4-V2-p0450] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Agents in England to Charles Thompson, laid before the House. [1775-05-01] Bollan, William; Franklin, Benjamin; Lee, Arthur; Pennsylvania Assembly. [S4-V2-p0451] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolutions Passed in a Committee of the Whle House on Thursday Last. [1775-05-01] Parliament of Great Britain; Bollan, William; Franklin, Benjamin; Lee, Arthur. [S4-V2-p0451] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Message from the Governour to the Assembly. [1775-05-02] Penn, John, Lieutenant Governour of Pennsylvania. [S4-V2-p0452] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolution of the House of Commons. [1775-02-20] House of Commons, Parliament of Great Britain. [S4-V2-p0452] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Remonstrance. [1775-05-02] Pennsylvania Assembly. [S4-V2-p0453] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Speaker of the Assembly of New-York, with sundry Papers. [1775-04-10] Cruger, John. [S4-V2-p0453] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to prepare an Answer to the Governour's Message. [1775-05-03] Pennsylvania Assembly. [S4-V2-p0454] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Answer of the House to the Governour's Message. [1775-05-04] Pennsylvania Assembly; Morton, John. [S4-V2-p0454] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition from a number of the Inhabitants of Philadelphia, praying the House to raise and apply fifty thousand Pounds towards putting the Province in a state of defence. [1775-05-04] . [S4-V2-p0455] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition presented yesterday considered. [1775-05-05] Pennsylvania Assembly. [S4-V2-p0455] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Benjamin Franklin, who arrived yesterday from London, appointed one of the Delegates to the Continental Congress, Thomas Willing and James Wilson added to the Delegation. [1775-05-06] Pennsylvania Assembly. [S4-V2-p0455] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition from Philadelphia further considered. [1775-05-09] Pennsylvania Assembly. [S4-V2-p0456] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Instructions to the Delegates to the Continental Congress. [1775-05-09] Pennsylvania Assembly. [S4-V2-p0456] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee appointed, with authority to pay the engagements entered into by the Philadelphia Committee for the publick security. [1775-05-11] Pennsylvania Assembly. [S4-V2-p0456] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to provide such Stores as may be necessary for the service of the Province. Joseph Galloway excused from serving as a Deputy to the Continental Congress. [1775-05-12] Pennsylvania Assembly. [S4-V2-p0456] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Adjourned to Monday, June 19th. [1775-05-12] Pennsylvania Assembly. [S4-V2-p0458] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Meeting of Freeholders and Inhabitants of Morris County, New-Jersey. Delegates appointed to a County Congress, vested with the power of Legislation, and to raise Men, Money and Arms, for the common offence, Delegates to the County Congress meet. William Winds chosen Chairman, and Archibald Dallas, Clerk, Voted unanimously that Forces be raised. [1775-05-01] New-Jersey, Morris County Meeting. [S4-V2-p0457] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Five Companies of Volunteers, of sixty men each, to be raised in the County, William Winds appointed Colonel, and William De Hart, Major, In case of any invasion or alarm, in this or the neighbouring Provinces, the Regiment to be called into service, Powder and Lead ordered to be purchased, Inhabitants of the County advised to provide themselves with Arms and Ammunition for defence, in case of invasion, Resolves of this Congress to be subject to the control of the Provincial and Continental Congresses, Adjourned to meet on the ninth of this month. [1775-05-02] New-Jersey, Morris County Meeting. [S4-V2-p0457] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Woodbridge, in New-Jersey, to the Committees in Massachusetts. A Provincial Congress will soon meet, and in the mean time the People of New-Jersey are preparing for the contest, determined to stand or fall with the liberties of America. [1775-05-01] New-Jersey, Woodbridge Committee. [S4-V2-p0459] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

New General Committee for the City and County of New-York elected, Deputies elected by the City of New-York to the Provincial Congress. [1775-05-01] New-York Committee. [S4-V2-p0459] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Meeting of the Lieutenant-Governour and Council of New-York. Reasons assigned by the Council for their advice to the Lieutenant-Governour to prorogue the Assembly. [1775-05-01] New-York Council. [S4-V2-p0005] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proclamation by Lieutenant Governour Colden to prorogue the Assembly to the 7th of June next. [1775-05-01] Colden, Cadwallader, Lieutenant Governour of New-York. [S4-V2-p0461] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Meeting of Freeholders in Richmond County, New-York. Delegates to the Provincial Congress appointed. [1775-05-01] New-York, Richmond County Freeholders; Seaman, Benjamin; Micheau, Paul. [S4-V2-p0831] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Timothy Pickering to the Massachusetts Committee of Safety. A Regiment may be enlisted in Salem, if Field-Officers are appointed. [1775-05-01] Pickering, Timothy, Jr.. [S4-V2-p0461] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Boston Committee to Dr. Warren. [1775-05-01] Massachusetts, Boston Committee of Correspondence; Scollay, John; Austin, Samuel; Marshall, Thomas; Pitts, John; Newell, Timothy. [S4-V2-p0461] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Lemuel Williams to the Massachusetts Congress, desiring to know if the Merchants of Dartmouth may send their Vessels with Provisions to sea. [1775-05-01] Williams, Lemuel. [S4-V2-p0462] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Elbridge Gerry, Notifying Arrival of British Troops. [1775-05-01] Gerry, Elbridge. [S4-V2-p0462] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Jonathan Brewer to Massachusetts Congress, for permission to raise five hundred Volunteers to march on Quebeck, by way of the Rivers Kennebeck and Chaudtere. [1775-05-01] Brewer, Jonathan. [S4-V2-p0432] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Holland to the Rev. William Gordon. Efforts of the British Government in Holland and France to prevent supplies of Arms and Ammunition to the Americans. [1775-05-02] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0462] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from an American Gentleman in Paris to his friend in Philadelphia. The French are strongly in favour of the Americans. [1775-05-02] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0464] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Gloucester County, Virginia, Committee, prohibit the Exportation of Tobacco to England. [1775-05-02] Virginia, Gloucester County Committee; Clayton, Jasper. [S4-V2-p0464] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Meeting of the Governour and Council of Virginia. Address of the Governour to the Council, justifying his seizure of the Powder, and asking their advice on the propriety of issuing a Proclamation calling on the People to show their allegiance to the King at this time, when schemes are meditated in the Colony for subverting the present, and erecting a new form of Government. [1775-05-02] Dunmore, John, Governour of Virginia. [S4-V2-p0464] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proclamation by Lord Dunmore, by advice of the Council, requiring all Officers, civil and military, to suppress the spirit of Faction which prevails among the People. [1775-05-03] Dunmore, John, Governour of Virginia. [S4-V2-p0465] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Meeting of the Committee for Kent County, Delaware. Letter front Robert Holliday, acknowledging he wrote the Paper purporting to be an extract of a Letter from Kent County, voted not satisfactory. [1775-05-02] Holliday, Robert; Delaware, Kent County Commmittee of Correspondence. [S4-V2-p0466] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Further concessions made by Robert Holliday, May 9, voted satisfactory. [1775-05-09] Holliday, Robert; Delaware, Kent County Commmittee of Correspondence. [S4-V2-p0466] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Philadelphia to a Gentleman in London. Preparations in the Colonies for resistance. [1775-05-02] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0467] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

New-Jersey Committee of Correspondence, recommend an immediate Meeting of the Provincial Congress. [1775-05-02] New-Jersey, Provincial Committee of Correspondence. [S4-V2-p0467] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Richmond County to the Committee of New-York, informing them of their election, and of the adoption of the measures recommended by the New-York Committee. [1775-05-02] New-York, Richmond County Freeholders; Micheau, Paul; Journey, John; Cortelyou, Aaron; Conner, Richard; Lawrence, Richard. [S4-V2-p0831] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Meeting of the New-York General Committee. [1775-05-01] New-York Committee. [S4-V2-p0468] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address from Samuel Broome, on the part of one hundred citizens who formed themselves into a Military Association, offering their services in carrying into effect the General Association, Every person in the City and County required to sign the Association, except the Lieutenant-Governour. [1775-05-01] Broome, Samuel; New-York Committee; Scott, John M.. [S4-V2-p0468] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Rules for the government of the Committee. [1775-05-01] New-York Committee. [S4-V2-p0468] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to the Merchants and Inhabitants of this City and County. [1775-05-01] New-York Committee. [S4-V2-p0469] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Response to Samuel Broome. [1775-05-01] New-York Committee. [S4-V2-p0469] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to purchase Arms, Ammunition, and Provisions. [1775-05-01] New-York Committee. [S4-V2-p0469] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Listing of Present Members. [1775-05-02] New-York Committee. [S4-V2-p0470] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Every Inhabitant to perfect himself in Military Discipline, and provide Arms and Ammunition. [1775-05-02] New-York Committee. [S4-V2-p0470] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to remove all the Cannon from the Town that are private property. [1775-05-02] New-York Committee. [S4-V2-p0470] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to ascertain from the Inhabitants what Military Stores and Arms they have for their own use, and for sale, Committees for carrying about the Association to obtain the signatures of the Inhabitants. [1775-05-02] New-York Committee. [S4-V2-p0470] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to prepare an Address to the Lieutenant-Governour. [1775-05-02] New-York Committee. [S4-V2-p0470] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of Correspondence and Intelligence appointed. [1775-05-02] New-York Committee. [S4-V2-p0471] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Association signed by the Inhabitants of the City of New-York, and sent to all the Counties in the Province to be signed. [1775-05-04] New-York Committee. [S4-V2-p0471] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Wanton to the General Assembly of Rhode island. Prevented by indisposition from attending the Assembly. Sends them the Letter from Lord Dartmouth, of March 3, with Lord North's Resolution, and recommends their compliance with the terms of it. [1775-05-02] Wanton, Joseph, Governour of Rhode-Island. [S4-V2-p0471] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Providence, Rhode-Island, Committee to the Massachusetts Committee of Safety. The Assembly will meet tomorrow, when the situation of Massachusetts, and of America in general, will be seriously attended to. [1775-05-02] Rhode-Island, Committee. [S4-V2-p0472] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from a Gentleman in Connecticut to his friend in New-York. General Gage cannot penetrate into the Country thus far, with fifty thousand men. The Assembly have sent two Gentlemen to General Gage, to tell him if his hostile proceedings are continued the whole Country will be armed against him. [1775-05-02] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0472] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Nathaniel Freeman to Dr. Church. He is ready to execute any orders from the Committee of Safety, in the cause of God and his Country. [1775-05-02] Freeman, Nathaniel. [S4-V2-p0473] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Thomas to the Massachusetts Committee of Safety. Has taken possession of a number of Papers of Governour Hutchinson, found at Milton. Many more are supposed to be there, requests the directions of the Committee. [1775-05-02] Thomas, John, General. [S4-V2-p0473] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to the Delegates from this Colony in Connecticut. [1775-05-02] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0780] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Safety of Massachusetts to the Governour of Connecticut. They object to the proposition made by the Assembly of Connecticut to General Gage, for a cessation of hostilities, they can agree to no compact with General Gage, who has deceived them, he, with his Troops, must be driven out of the Country, which, with the blessing of God, they will accomplish, or perish in the attempt. [1775-05-02] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0473] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Safety to Mr. Vose, at Milton, in relation to a paper maker, who is a prisoner. [1775-05-02] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0474] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Richard Derby, Jun., to General Ward. Information received of a Fleet and Transports with Troops for Boston. [1775-05-02] Derby, Richard, Jr.. [S4-V2-p0474] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Richard Glover of London, to Matthew Tilghman of Maryland, vindicating Mr. Molleson, a merchant in London, from the charge of being unfriendly to the Colonies. [1775-05-03] Glover, Richard. [S4-V2-p0474] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Earl of Dartmouth to Governour Wright, of Georgia, approving his conduct in preventing the present disorders in America from spreading through the Province. [1775-05-03] Legge, William, Earl of Dartmouth. [S4-V2-p0475] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Earl of Dartmouth to the Governour of North-Carolina. Advises him to embody the men in Guilford, Dobbs, Rowan, and Surry Counties, in support of the Government. The loyalty these Counties have expressed in their Addresses to the Governour has been most graciously received by His Majesty, who will not fail to afford them marks of his Royal favour. [1775-05-03] Legge, William, Earl of Dartmouth. [S4-V2-p0476] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of Amelia County, Virginia, direct the Militia of the County to be embodied, and make provision for procuring Powder and Lead for their use. [1775-05-03] Virginia, Amelia County Committee; Pride, John. [S4-V2-p0467] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of New-Kent County, Virginia. Condemn the conduct of Lord Dunmore, in seizing the Powder, and thank the Committee of Hanover for their attempt to recover it. Company of Volunteers to be formed, and ready to act on any emergency. [1775-05-03] Virginia, New-Kent County Committee. [S4-V2-p0477] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of Cumberland County, Virginia. Thanks to Captain Scott and his Independent Company for their prompt offers of service to defend the Colony against wicked invaders. [1775-05-03] Virginia, Cumberland County Committee; Carrington, George. [S4-V2-p0478] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Earl of Dartmouth to the Governour of Pennsylvania. It gives His Majesty great concern to find that there is no appearance of the People of Pennsylvania returning to a just sense of their duty. [1775-05-03] Legge, William, Earl of Dartmouth. [S4-V2-p0478] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Meeting of the Association in Philadelphia. The Provincial Arms and Powder are all secured. Three Magazines are forming, and in three weeks there will be four thousand men well equipped for the defence of Philadelphia, or for the assistance of their neighbours. [1775-05-03] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0478] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Meeting of the Inhabitants of Aquackanonck, in New-Jersey. Association entered into and subscribed. General Committee chosen, and Delegates to the Provincial Convention appointed. [1775-05-03] New-Jersey, Acquackanonk Township Committee. [S4-V2-p0478] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of Isaac Wilkins, of Westchester, New-York, to his Countrymen, on leaving America. [1775-05-03] Wilkins, Isaac. [S4-V2-p0479] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Meeting of the Inhabitants of Orangetown, in New-York. Appoint Deputies to the Provincial Congress. [1775-05-03] New-York, Orangetown Freeholders; Conklin, Jacob; Outwater, Thomas. [S4-V2-p0831] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Meeting of the New-York Committee. [1775-05-03] . [S4-V2-p0479] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from John Cruger and Jacob Walton, assigning their reasons for not signing the Association. [1775-05-03] Cruger, John; Walton, Jacob. [S4-V2-p0479] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to ascertain the causes for the discharge of the Eastern Post-Rider. [1775-05-03] New-York Committee. [S4-V2-p0480] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Thanks to the Officers and Men of the Connecticut Troops who have marched to this City, for its defence. [1775-05-03] New-York Committee. [S4-V2-p0480] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee appointed to confer with four Gentlemen from Philadelphia. [1775-05-03] New-York Committee. [S4-V2-p0481] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter received from the Inhabitants of Ulster County, requesting advice and aid in procuring Arms and Ammunition. [1775-05-03] New-York Committee. [S4-V2-p0481] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee report that Mr. Foxcroft, the Post-Master, informed them he had discharged the Post-Riders, because the four last Mails were stopped, broken open, and the Letters taken out and publickly read. [1775-05-03] New-York Committee. [S4-V2-p0481] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee appointed to examine the Ground at and near King's Bridge, to ascertain its fitness for Fortifications. [1775-05-04] New-York Committee. [S4-V2-p0481] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

The discharged Post-Riders to be employed to depart on the usual days, and go the usual Stages. Mr. Ebenezer Hazard has undertaken to receive and forward the Letters. [1775-05-03] New-York Committee; Livingston, Peter Van Brugh; Kissam, Benjamin; McDougall, Alexander; Schaack, Peter Van. [S4-V2-p0482] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Gage to Governour Trumbull, in reply to his Letter of April 28. Justifies his conduct, and denies it is his intention to ravage and desolate the Country. The charges of outrages against his Troops for their conduct on the 19th of April, are contrary to their known humanity, they acted with great tenderness both to the young and the old, he has found no instance of their cruelty or barbarity. [1775-05-03] Gage, Thomas, General. [S4-V2-p0482] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Remarks on this Letter, addressed to the Printer of the Massachusetts Spy. [1775-05-03] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0483] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Certificate in favour of Ebenezer Bradish, Jun. of Cambridge. [1775-05-03] Pomeroy, Seth; Legate, Thomas; Porter, Elisha; Patterson, John; Herrick, Henry; Shephard, Levi; Austin, Jonathan W.; Williams, Thomas; Sayer, Ebenezer; Leavenworth, Jesse; Bradish, Ebenezer. [S4-V2-p0484] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders of the Massachusetts Committee of Safety to Benedict Arnold, commander of a body of Troops on an Expedition to subdue and take possession of the Fort of Ticonderoga. [1775-05-03] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety; Church, Benjamin; Cooper, William. [S4-V2-p0485] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of the Selectmen of Braintree, Weymouth, and Hingham, in Massachusetts, to the Committee of Safety, representing their defenceless condition,and asking for assistance. [1775-05-03] Peniman, James; Quincy, Norton; Soper, Edmund; Bass, Jonathan; Humphrey, James; Kingman; Samuel; Colson, Ebenezer; Cushing, Benjamin; Andrews, Joseph. [S4-V2-p0485] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of James Cargill, commander of the Liberty-men in New-Castle, praying a supply of Ammunition from the Massachusetts Congress. [1775-05-03] Cargill, James. [S4-V2-p0486] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition from the Association at Eastham. [1775-05-03] Massachusetts, Eastham Assocation; Paine, Thomas; Sparrow, Isaac; Twining, Thomas; Linnell, Heman; Davis, John. [S4-V2-p0486] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts to the honourable American Congress, to be convened at Philadelphia, on the tenth of May, instant, enclosing copies of Depositions, an Address to the Inhabitants of Great Britain, and a Letter to Dr. Franklin, Colony Agent in London. [1775-05-03] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0486] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Alexander Scammell to John Sullivan. [1775-05-03] Scammell, Alexander. [S4-V2-p0501] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Brunswick to the Massachusetts Committee of Safety. The Town, deficient in Arms and Ammunition, have sent to Salem, but cannot buy them, apply for assistance. [1775-05-03] Massachusetts, Brunswick Committee; Hinkley, Aaron; Standwood, Samuel; Stone, Benjamin; Curtis, James. [S4-V2-p0502] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee for Norfolk County, Virginia, approve the Proceedings of the Convention at Richmond. Lord Dunmore's Letter to the Earl of Dartmouth, dated December 24, 1774, grossly misrepresents the People of this Colony, and especially the Magistrates. Strictures on the Letter, refuting its atrocious and defamatory charges. [1775-05-04] Virginia, Norfolk Committee; Crooker, Benjamin. [S4-V2-p0502] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Captain Montague, of His Majesty's Ship Fowey, to Thomas Nelson, President of His Majesty's Council in Virginia, threatening to fire upon the Town of York, if a detachment he had sent to protect Lord Dunmore at Williamsburgh should be fired upon. Proceedings of the Committee of York on this Letter.. [1775-05-04] Montague, George; Russell, William. [S4-V2-p0504] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Meeting of the Inhabitants of Upper Freehold, Monmouth County, New Jersey. Will risk every consequence rather than submit to the claims set up by the British Parliament. Four Companies formed for the common defence, and Money subscribed to procure Powder. [1775-05-04] New-Jersey, Upper Freehold Committee; Lawrence, Elisha. [S4-V2-p0504] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Meeting of the Freeholders and Inhabitants of Newark, in New-Jersey. Association agreed to Deputies to the Provincial Congress appointed. Powers of the General Committee continued. Committee of Correspondence appointed. [1775-05-04] New-Jersey, Newark Town Meeting; Burnett, William; Longworth, Isaac; Boudinot, Elisha. [S4-V2-p0505] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from a Gentleman in New-York to his Correspondent in London. All the Provinces refuse submission to the late Acts of Parliament, and will oppose at the risk of their lives and fortunes all who come to enforce them. [1775-05-04] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0506] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Mr. Goddard on a journey to the Eastward, to put the Posts on a proper footing, to be laid before Congress. [1775-05-04] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0506] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Trumbull to Doctor Warren. The Assembly will pursue with firmness, deliberation and unanimity, the measures which appear best for our common defence and safety. It is hoped no ill consequences will attend their Embassy to General Gage. [1775-05-04] Trumbull, Jonathan, Governour of Connecticut. [S4-V2-p0506] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Safety of Massachusetts to Governour Trumbull, requesting he will immediately send three or four thousand Men, to enable them to secure a pass of the greatest importance to the common interest, which General Gage will possess himself of as soon as his re-enforcements arrive, if not prevented now. [1775-05-04] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0506] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Safety of Massachusetts to the New-York Committee. [1775-05-04] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0507] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from a Gentleman at Pittsfield to an Officer at Cambridge. Colonel Easton left here on the 2d instant, on an expedition against Ticonderoga and Crown Point, expecting to be re-enforced by Colonel Ethan Allen, with his Green Mountain Boys. The plan was concerted on the 28th of April, at Hartford, by the Governour and Council, John Hancock and Samuel Adams being present. The Tories have been very troublesome at Pittsfield, some have been arrested and sent to Northampton Jail. [1775-05-04] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0507] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Application of the Selectmen of Topsham to the Massachusetts Congress, for Powder. [1775-05-04] Fulton, John; Beveridge, James. [S4-V2-p0508] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Thomas Gilbert to his sons. Arrived safe in Boston, where he expects to stay till the Rebels are subdued, urges them not to join those wicked sinners, the Rebels, but to die by the sword rather than be hanged as Rebels. [1775-05-04] Gilbert, Thomas, Colonel. [S4-V2-p0508] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from London to a Gentlemen in New-York. Major Skene has told the Ministry that he can bribe all the Members of the Continental Congress, and has been sent to Philadelphia for that purpose. [1775-05-05] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0508] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

New-York Committee. Letter to the several Colonies adopted and forwarded. Letter received from Richmond County, where they have chosen Members to the Provincial Congress. Answer to the Address of Captain Broome. Letter received from Annapolis, dated May 1. Letter to the Lord Mayor of London approved of. Letter from Albany, dated May 3, received, Committee directed to confer with Messrs. Hancock and Adams, on the subject of this Letter. [1775-05-05] New-York Committee. [S4-V2-p0509] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-York Committee to the several Colonies. [1775-05-05] New-York Committee; Remsen, Henry. [S4-V2-p0570] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-York Committee to the Mayor and Corporation of London. [1775-05-05] New-York Committee. [S4-V2-p0510] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Members of the New-York Assembly to General Gage, urging him immediately to cease further hostilities, until His Majesty can be apprised of the situation of the American Colonies. [1775-05-05] New-York, General Assembly; Cruger, John; Philips, Frederick; Walton, Jacob; Kissam, Daniel; Cortlandt, Peter Van; Boerum, Simon; Coe, John; Jauncey, James; Williams, Zebediah; Seaman, Benjamin; Rapalje, John; Gale, Samuel; Billopp, Christopher; Wells, Samuel. [S4-V2-p0513] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Meeting of the Committees of Suffolk County, New-York. Deputies for the County to the Provincial Congress appointed. [1775-05-05] New-York, Suffolk County Committees of Correspondence; Smith, William. [S4-V2-p0831] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committees of Suffolk County to the Committee for Brookhaven, informing them of their appointment of Deputies, and requesting their concurrence. [1775-05-05] New-York, Suffolk County Committees of Correspondence; Smith, William. [S4-V2-p0831] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Selectmen of Worcester to the Massachusetts Congress. [1775-05-05] Massachusetts, Worcester Selectmen; Bigelow, Joshua. [S4-V2-p0513] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Massachusetts Congress to the Assembly of Connecticut. The absurdity of the assertion of General Gage, that the People of Massachusetts first commenced hostilities, will appear when the great inequality of the Lexington Company and Detachment of Regular Troops which attacked them, is considered. No dependance can be placed in the assertions or professions of General Gage, he has been preparing for war, while he was amusing us with pretensions of kindness and benevolence. It is the opinion of the Congress that a powerful Army is the best and only measure left to bring the present disputes to a happy issue. [1775-05-05] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0786] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts to General Ward. The liberation of the Inhabitants of Boston being obstructed, he is requested strictly to execute the orders of the Congress respecting Permits into the country. [1775-05-05] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0787] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition from the Settlements on the Sheepscot River and Deer's River (without the limits of any Town) to the Massachusetts Congress, for a supply of Powder and Ball, to enable them to assist in vindicating American Liberty. [1775-05-05] Glidden, Charles; Deasell, Nathan; Carr, Meires; Phillbrick, John; Stickney, Benjamin; Brown, Ephraim; Wottles, Mason; Reies, James; Byenton, William; Stearns, Ezekiel; Murphy, James; Rowell, Jacob; Cunningham, Thomas; Shepard, James; Byenton, John; Decker, John; Ferrin, Timothy; Brand, Jeremiah; North, Obadiah; Kenney, Benjamin; Glidden, Charles, Jr.; Glidden, Michael; Grover, Ebenezer; Grover, Thomas; Grover, Stephen; Dow, Benjamin; Ball, Samuel; Ball, John; Rodgers, Joseph; Carr, William; Parum, Samuel; Phillbrick, Ebenezer; Brand, Jeremiah; Cope, Moses; Heath, Jonathan; Hutchins, David; Peselen, Oliver; Peselen, Ezekiel; Heath, Isaac; Glidden, Andrew. [S4-V2-p0514] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Enoch Freeman to the Massachusetts Congress. The Penobscot Indians being exasperated with Capt. Goldthwaite, it would be prudent for the Congress to send down there and secure the Indians in our interest. The Selectmen of Falmouth have sent persons to go over to Quebeck to see if the Canadians are in motion to come on our back settlements. [1775-05-05] Freeman, Enoch. [S4-V2-p0514] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Timothy Langdon to the Massachusetts Congress, complaining of Colonel Thompson, of Brunswick, who has seized Edward Parry, for having prepared Masts for the King, the matter having been previously examined and disposed of by the Committees of Lincoln. [1775-05-05] Langdon, Timothy. [S4-V2-p0514] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from James Gowen, of Kittery, to General Ward, asking permission for Johnson Moulton to raise a Regiment. [1775-05-05] Gowen, James; Chadbourn, Benjamin; Lord, Nathan, Jr.. [S4-V2-p0515] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Thomas to the Massachusetts Committee, requesting them to send persons to examine the Trunks of Governour Hutchinson. [1775-05-05] Chase, Thomas. [S4-V2-p0515] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Safety to General Thomas. The effects of all persons are to go into Boston without search or detention, therefore the Trunks of Governour Hutchinson are not to be detained or injured. [1775-05-06] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0515] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proclamation by Lord Dunmore, charging all persons, on their allegiance, not to aid, abet, or give countenance to a certain Patrick Henry, of Hanover County, or any of his deluded followers. [1775-05-06] Dunmore, John, Governour of Virginia. [S4-V2-p0516] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Carlisle, in Pennsylvania, to a Gentleman in Philadelphia. About three thousand men have associated, and about fifteen hundred are prepared. The Committee have directed that five hundred men be taken into pay immediately. [1775-05-06] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0516] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Printed Letter to the Regular Soldiers of Great Britain, distributed among the Soldiers in the Barracks in New-York. [1775-05-06] A Deserter (pseudo.). [S4-V2-p0516] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Delegates from Massachusetts to the Continental Congress received in New-York on the 8th: with the Delegates from New-York, received in New-Jersey. [1775-05-09] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0517] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Rev. William Gordon, with a copy of a Paper found among those of the late Josiah Quincy. [1775-05-06] Anonymous; Gordon, William. [S4-V2-p0518] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Montreal. Occurrences there on the 1st of May, when the new Quebeck Act took effect in Canada. [1775-05-06] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0518] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from William Whipple to the Massachusetts Congress, on the arrest of Mr. Parry by Colonel Thompson. [1775-05-06] Whipple, William. [S4-V2-p0520] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Metcalf Bowler to the Massachusetts Committee of Safety. The Assembly of Rhode-Island are using every method in their power to have their men in readiness to take the field as early as possible. [1775-05-06] Rhode-Island, General Assembly; Bowler, Metcalf. [S4-V2-p0520] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Westchester County (New-York) Committee. [1775-05-08] New-York, Westchester County Committee. [S4-V2-p0832] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

New-Hampshire Assembly, List of the members. [1775-05-04] New-Hampshire, House of Representatives. [S4-V2-p0519] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Directed to choose a Speaker, John Wentworth chosen Speaker. [1775-05-05] New-Hampshire, House of Representatives. [S4-V2-p0521] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Speaker of the House of Representatives of New-York laid before the House. [1775-05-06] New-Hampshire, House of Representatives. [S4-V2-p0520] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Speech of Governour Wentworth to both Houses. [1775-05-05] Wentworth, John, II, Governour of New-Hampshire. [S4-V2-p0521] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Message from the Governour. [1775-05-06] Wentworth, John, II, Governour of New-Hampshire. [S4-V2-p0522] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Answer to the Governour's Message. [1775-05-06] New-Hampshire, House of Representatives. [S4-V2-p0522] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Assembly adjourned to the 12th of June next, Message from the Governour. [1775-05-06] New-Hampshire, House of Representatives; Wentworth, John, II, Governour of New-Hampshire. [S4-V2-p0523] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Thomas Jefferson to Dr. William Small. [1775-05-07] Jefferson, Thomas. [S4-V2-p0523] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Massachusetts Committee of Safety to the Committee of Albany, New-York. [1775-05-07] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0523] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Massachusetts Committee of Safety to Col. James Scammon. It is understood that it would be agreeable to the people of York that Johnson Moulton should have the command of the Regiment to be raised there, and therefore request Colonel Scammon to give way for him. [1775-05-07] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0524] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Order of Admiral Graves to Lieutenant Graves, to seize a Vessel at Marblehead, and bring her into Boston. [1775-05-07] Graves, Samuel, Admiral. [S4-V2-p0525] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolution of the Common Council of Williamsburgh, Virginia, on the breaking into the Magazine and taking thence the Fire-Arms. [1775-05-08] Virginia, Williamsburgh Committee; Davenport, Matthew. [S4-V2-p0525] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Meeting of the Sussex County, Virginia, Committee. Declare the Letter of Lord Dunmore to the Earl of Dartmouth, dated December 24, 1774, to be fraught with calumny, falsehoods and illiberal reflections against the People of Virginia. Direct Troops to be raised, Officers appointed, and Ammunition furnished. -- Committee of Intelligence and Correspondence appointed. [1775-05-08] Sussex County, Virginia, North America. [S4-V2-p0525] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Meeting of the Freeholders of Mecklenburgh County, Virginia. Appoint a Committee to secure a due observance of the Continental Association, and every member of the Committee required to exert his endeavours to enlist Volunteers, as required by the late Provincial Convention. [1775-05-08] Virginia, Mecklenburgh County Committee. [S4-V2-p0526] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Meeting of Mecklenburgh County Committee. [1775-05-13] Virginia, Mecklenburgh County Committee; Holmes, Isaac. [S4-V2-p0527] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Meeting of Prince George, Virginia, Committee. Every person importing any Goods into this County must, before they are landed, produce a Certificate from the Committee whence they were reshipped, that they were imported into this Colony before the 1st day of February last. Committee of Intelligence appointed. [1775-05-01] Virginia, Prince George County Committee. [S4-V2-p0527] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings in relation to Capt. Charles Alexander. [1775-05-08] Virginia, Norfolk Borough Committee; Davies, William; Virginia, Prince George County Committee. [S4-V2-p0527] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings in relation to Capt. Charles Alexander. [1775-05-08] Alexander, Charles; Virginia, Prince George County Committee. [S4-V2-p0528] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings in relation to Capt. Charles Alexander. [1775-07-03] Virginia, Norfolk Borough Committee; Davies, William; Virginia, Prince George County Committee. [S4-V2-p0528] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings in relation to Capt. Charles Alexander. [1775-05-22] Alexander, Charles; Virginia, Norfolk Borough Committee; Raines, Hartwell. [S4-V2-p0528] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Louisa County, Virginia, Committee. Thanks to Captain Patrick Henry and the Hanover Volunteers, for procuring satisfaction for the Gunpowder taken by Lord Dunmore. [1775-05-08] Virginia, Louisa County Committee; Walker, Thomas; White, William; Dabney, James; Barrett, Charles; Ragland, Samuel; Pettus, William; Thompson, Waddy; Minor, Garritt; Johnson, Thomas, Jr.; Johnson, Thomas, Sr.; Anderson, Nathaniel; Crutchfield, John; Anderson, Robert; Smith, Charles; Garritt, Henry. [S4-V2-p0529] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Meeting of the Freeholders of Westchester County, New-York. Deputies to the Provincial Congress appointed. The Committee then signed the Association, and appointed Sub-Committees to superintend the signing of it throughout the County. [1775-05-08] New-York, Westchester County Meeting; Van Cortlandt, James. [S4-V2-p0529] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

All persons importing Arms or Ammunition required to deliver them to the Committee in ten days, and all persons prohibited from disposing of any in any other manner. [1775-05-08] New-York Committee. [S4-V2-p0529] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Motion by Mr. Smith and Mr. Clarkson. [1775-05-08] Smith, Thomas; New-York Committee. [S4-V2-p0530] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee directed to report a Resolution for the regulation of such vessels as shall depart with Provisions Committee appointed to have the Muskets fitted with steel Rammers, Thanks to Mr. Sharpe for delivering a number of Arms gratis. [1775-05-09] New-York Committee. [S4-V2-p0530] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to prepare a Letter to the Delegates in Congress, requesting the advice of the Continental Congress with respect to the conduct to be observed towards any Troops that may arrive here, Address to the Lieutenant-Governour read and approved of. [1775-05-10] New-York Committee. [S4-V2-p0531] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee appointed to convey the earliest intelligence to the Counties in this Province, Physicians requested to abstain from inoculating for the Small-Pox. [1775-05-11] New-York Committee. [S4-V2-p0531] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee appointed to present the Address of the Committee to the Lieutenant-Governour. No inhabitant to be treated as an enemy to the Country but by order of the Continental or Provincial Congress, or this Committee. [1775-05-12] New-York Committee. [S4-V2-p0532] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of Correspondence directed to write to the neighbouring Committees to prevent the Man-of-War in the Harbour from being supplied with Provisions for the Troops at Boston, from New-Jersey or Staten-Island. [1775-05-14] New-York Committee. [S4-V2-p0532] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Committee to Lieutenant-Governour Colden. [1775-05-11] New-York Committee; Remsen, Henry. [S4-V2-p0533] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

His Honour's Answer. [1775-05-13] Colden, Cadwallader, Lieutenant Governour of New-York. [S4-V2-p0534] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition from the Inhabitants of Ridgebury, in the Township of Ridgefield, to Gov. Trumbull. [1775-05-08] Colby, Daniel; Rockwell, David; Keeler, Isaac; Bennet, Samuel; Keeler, Samuel, Jr.; Stearns, Zachariah; Northrup, Samuel; Weed, Bartholomew; Northrup, Matthew; Frost, Thomas, Jr.; Birchard, Isaiah; Benedict, Timothy; Stevens, Nathan; Foster, Jonah; Stevens, Nathaniel; Gray, Abraham; Foster, Nathan; Forester, William; Hurlbert, Azor; Birchard, Jeremiah; Rockwell, Abijah. [S4-V2-p0536] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of Malden and Chelsea order their suspicions, of Doctor Samuel Danforth's attachment to the Country, to be communicated to General Ward. [1775-05-08] Massachusetts, Chelsea Committee of Correspondence; Massachusetts, Malden Committee of Correspondence and Inspection; Dexter, John. [S4-V2-p0536] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Constitutional Post-Office is now rising on the ruins of the Parliamentary one. [1775-05-08] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0536] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

List of the Post-Offices established. [1775-05-08] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0537] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Mr. Holt's Post-Office in New-York. [1775-05-08] Holt, John. [S4-V2-p0537] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts to the Selectmen of the Town of Hopkinton. A violation of the natural right of an individual to remove his person and effects wherever he pleases, would ill become those who are contending for the inalienable right of every man to his own property, and to dispose of it as he pleases. It is hoped that Mr. Barret's example will not become infectious. [1775-05-08] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0791] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts to the Committee from Portsmouth, New-Hampshire. [1775-05-08] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0792] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts to General Ward, directing him to apprehend certain named persons, and bring them before the Committee of Safety for examination. [1775-05-08] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0794] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Samuel Mather to the Massachusetts Congress, enclosing General Gage's circumstantial account of the engagement on the 19th of April. [1775-05-08] Mather, Samuel. [S4-V2-p0538] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Selectmen of Worcester to the Massachusetts Congress. Samuel Paine and William Campbell sent to Watertown, as persons disaffected to the Country. [1775-05-08] Massachusetts, Worcester Selectmen; Bigelow, Joshua. [S4-V2-p0538] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition of Gardner Chandler. [1775-05-09] Chandler, Gardner; Goddard, Robert. [S4-V2-p0539] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Spotsylvania County, Virginia, Committee, approve of the Proceedings of Captain Patrick Henry, concerning the Powder taken from the Magazine by Lord Dunmore. [1775-05-09] Virginia, Spottsylvania County Committee; Dick, Alexander. [S4-V2-p0539] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orange County, Virginia, Committee, declare the removal of the Powder by Lord Dunmore was fraudulent, that the reprisal made by the Hanover Volunteers merits the approbation of the publick, and present an Address of thanks to Captain Patrick Henry. [1775-05-09] Virginia, Orange County Committee; Madison, James; Taylor, James; Burnley, Zachariah; Madison, James, Jr.; Walker, James; Scott, Henry; Barbour, Thomas; Thomas, Rowland; Moore, William; Taliaferro, Lawrence; Bill, Thomas. [S4-V2-p0539] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Meeting of the Hanover County, Virginia, Committee. Report of the Proceedings of the Hanover Volunteers in making reprisals for the Powder seized by Lord Dunmore, Patrick Henry's receipt for three hundred and thirty Pounds, as a compensation for the Powder taken from the Magazine in Williamsburgh, by order of Lord Dunmore. [1775-05-04] Henry, Patrick, Jr.; Virginia, Hanover County Committee. [S4-V2-p0540] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Patrick Henry to Robert Carter Nicholas, informing him that the affair of the Powder is settled, and offering a guard for the Treasury. [1775-05-04] Henry, Patrick, Jr.; Virginia, Hanover County Committee. [S4-V2-p0540] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Answer from Mr. Nicholas. [1775-05-09] Virginia, Hanover County Committee. [S4-V2-p0541] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Note on Patrick Henry. [1775-05-12] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0541] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from a Gentleman in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, to his friend in Philadelphia. Several Towns of the County have begun to form Military Associations. [1775-05-09] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0541] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Meeting of the Committee for Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Proceedings of the Convention in January, approved. Inhabitants of the Towns in the County recommended to associate to improve in the Military Art. Delegates to a Provincial Convention appointed. [1775-05-08] Pennsylvania, Bucks County Committee. [S4-V2-p0542] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Bedford County, Pennsylvania, Committee. Military Associations to be formed throughout the County immediately, Powder and Lead to be furnished. If any person shall refuse to enrol himself in some Company, he shall not he permitted to have any dealing, by buying or selling, or borrowing or lending, with any Inhabitant of the County. [1775-05-09] Pennsylvania, Bedford County Committee; Espy, David. [S4-V2-p0542] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Ulster County, New-York, to a Gentleman in the City of New-York. A great revolution has taken place in this County. At a meeting yesterday those who have hitherto opposed the Committees agreed to unite in support of their measures. [1775-05-09] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0543] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Joel Clark to Governour Trumbull. Recapitulates his former services, and now makes a tender of them. [1775-05-09] Clark, Joel. [S4-V2-p0544] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Thomas Howell to Governour Trumbull. Thanks him for the appointment he has received, but believing it will conduce to the peace of the Town, (New-Haven,) resigns, and recommends Jonathan Fitch. [1775-05-09] Howell, Thomas. [S4-V2-p0544] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Sheffield, Massachusetts, Committee, on an investigation of the charges against Job Westover, resolve that he is an enemy of American Liberty, and that it is the duty of all friends of freedom to break off all dealings with him. [1775-05-09] Massachusetts, Sheffield Committee of Observation. [S4-V2-p545 ] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Sheffield, Massachusetts, Committee. [1775-05-12] Massachusetts, Sheffield Committee of Observation. [S4-V2-p0545] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from a Gentleman in Pittsfield, Massachusetts, to an Officer of the Connecticut Forces, at Cambridge. The Stockbridge Indians are willing to join the Colonies, and will be of great service if Gage marches out of Boston. There are but twelve Soldiers at Crown Point, and about two hundred at Ticonderoga, they are much alarmed with our expedition. [1775-05-09] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0546] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition from Cohasset to the Committee of Safety, praying permission to raise a Company for their defence. [1775-05-09] Lincoln, Isaac; Kent, Abel; Lathrop, Thomas. [S4-V2-p0547] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Lynn to the Committee of Safety, with Josiah Martin, charged with having acted as an enemy to the Province. [1775-05-10] Massachusetts, Lynn Committee of Correspondence; Mansfield, John. [S4-V2-p0546] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Josiah Martin to the Committee of Safety. [1775-05-11] Martin, Josiah. [S4-V2-p0546] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from London to a Gentleman in Philadelphia. It is believed here that not withstanding your seeming firmness and hostile preparation, you will submit to any thing rather than contend with us. [1775-05-10] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0547] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Thanks of the Williamsburgh, Virginia, Volunteers to the Volunteers who offered their assistance on the late alarm. [1775-05-10] Virginia, Williamsburg Volunteer Company; Brown, John. [S4-V2-p0547] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from New-York to a Gentleman in Philadelphia. [1775-05-10] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0547] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Meeting of the Freeholders of Goshen Precinct, in Orange County, New-York, appoint Delegates to the Provincial Congress. [1775-05-10] New-York, Goshen Freeholders; Clowes, Peter; De Heart, Balthazar. [S4-V2-p0831] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address to the Publick, by the Ulster County, New-York, Committee, correcting the mis-representations of Mr. Jacobus Low. [1775-05-10] New-York, Ulster County Committee; Sleght, Johannes. [S4-V2-p0548] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of War for the expedition against Ticonderoga and Crown Point, to the Massachusetts Congress. Ticonderoga was taken this morning, and the Committee have given the command to Colonel Ethan Allen. Arnold claims the command, but did not enlist a man for the expedition. [1775-05-10] Easton, James; Bull, Epap.; Mott, Edward; Phelps, Noah. [S4-V2-p0556] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Town Meeting at Providence, Rhode-Island. Committee to examine into the state of the Arms of the Town. [1775-05-10] Rhode-Island, Providence Town Meeting; Cooke, Nicholas. [S4-V2-p0549] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts to General Gage, remonstrating against his violation of the Agreement with the Selectmen of Boston. The People have complied with it, and surrendered their Arms, and though a number of days have elapsed, very few have been permitted to leave the Town. [1775-05-10] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0798] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Thomas to the Committee of Safety. [1775-05-10] Thomas, John, General. [S4-V2-p0549] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee and Selectmen of Bristol to the Massachusetts Congress. The Town of Bristol has three Companies, of sixty Men each, most of whom have Guns, but they are out of Ammunition, and cannot procure a supply. [1775-05-10] Massachusetts, Bristol Town Meeting. [S4-V2-p0549] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Timothy Pickering, Jun., to the Committee of Safety. [1775-05-10] Pickering, Timothy, Jr.. [S4-V2-p0550] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Enoch Freeman to Samuel Freeman. The threats of Colonel Thompson to take the Canceaux, in the Harbour of Falmouth, has thrown the Town in confusion, they can make no defence against a Man-of-War. [1775-05-10] Freeman, Enoch. [S4-V2-p0550] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

New-Kent County, Virginia, Committee, declare the charges against the Inhabitants of Virginia, in Lord Dunmore's Proclamation of the 3d instant, is an unjust reflection upon them, and has no foundation in truth. [1775-05-11] Virginia, New-Kent County Committee; Smith, William. [S4-V2-p0551] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Somerset County, New-Jersey, Committee, choose Delegates to the Provincial Congress, and instruct them to agree in arming and supporting the Militia. [1775-05-11] New-Jersey, Somerset County Committee; Frelinghuysen, Frederick. [S4-V2-p0551] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Meeting of Committees of the several Towns and Precincts in Ulster County, New-York. Names of the Committees of the several Towns. Deputies to the Provincial Congress chosen. [1775-05-11] New-York, Ulster County Committees; De Witt, Charles. [S4-V2-p0832] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Ethan Allen to the Albany Committee, informing them that he has taken the Fortress of Ticonderoga, and apprehensive that Governour Curieton will make an effort to retake it, asks for re-enforcements. [1775-05-11] Allen, Ethan. [S4-V2-p0606] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Recantation of P. Bailey, of Portsmouth, in New-Hampshire. [1775-05-11] Bailey, P.. [S4-V2-p0552] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Recantation of James McMaster, of Portsmouth, in New-Hampshire. [1775-05-11] McMaster, James. [S4-V2-p0552] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Recantation of Thomas Achincloss, of Portsmouth, in New-Hampshire. [1775-05-22] Achincloss, Thomas. [S4-V2-p0552] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Massachusetts Committee of Safety to General Thomas. [1775-05-11] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0552] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Falmouth, Massachusetts, to a Gentleman at Watertown. Account of the Proceedings at Falmouth, in consequence of the capture of Captain Mowatt, of the Canceaux, by Colonel Thompson. [1775-05-11] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0552] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Deer-Island to the Massachusetts Congress. The Inhabitants are out of Powder, Ball and Provisions, and request assistance. [1775-05-11] Massachusetts, Deer Island Committee; Dow, Nathan; Haskell, Francis; Babidge, Covitney; Thomson, Thomas; Nason, Robert; Rayner, Samuel; Crockett, Isaiah. [S4-V2-p0555] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Massachusetts Congress to the New-York Committee. Two Men-of-War, with Troops on board, sailed yesterday for New-York, it is supposed they have orders to seize the Ammunition and Military Stores in the Fort there. [1775-05-11] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress Committee; Gerry, Elbridge; Warren, James; Lincoln, Benjamin. [S4-V2-p0556] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Ethan Allen to the Massachusetts Congress. Ticonderoga taken yesterday morning by one hundred Green Mountain Boys, and fifty Soldiers from Massachusetts, the latter were under the command of Col. Easton. [1775-05-11] Allen, Ethan. [S4-V2-p0556] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Benedict Arnold to the Massachusetts Committee of Safety. Account of the capture of Ticonderoga, and the state of affairs there. Allen, who has assumed the command, is a proper man to head his own wild People, but entirely unacquainted with military service, and every thing is in confusion. [1775-05-11] Arnold, Benedict. [S4-V2-p0557] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Edward Mott, Chairman of the Committee of War, to the Massachusetts Congress. Account of planning the Expedition against Ticonderoga, and of the capture of that Fortress. The Committee have given the command to Colonel Allen, to the exclusion of Arnold, who claimed it after the surrender of the Fort. [1775-05-11] Mott, Edward. [S4-V2-p0557] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Connecticut Assembly meets, Members of the Council, Members of the House of Representatives. [1775-05-11] Connecticut, General Assembly. [S4-V2-p0559] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

An Act in further addition to an Act entitled an Act for forming and regulating the Militia, and for the encouragement of military skill, for the better defence of this Colony. [1775-05] Connecticut, General Assembly. [S4-V2-p0561] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

An Act in further addition to an Act entitled An Act for forming and regulating the Milita, and for the encouragement of military skill, for the better defence of this Colony. [1775-05] Connecticut, General Assembly. [S4-V2-p0561] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Acts extending the Boundaries of the Town of Westmoreland, and making it one Regiment, Bills of Credit for fifty thousand Pounds authorized, Embargo laid in April continued to the first of August, Quartermaster's and other Stores ordered for the Troops. [1775-05] Connecticut, General Assembly. [S4-V2-p0561] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Act for encouraging the manufacturing of Fire-Arms and Military Stores within the Colony, for the safety and defence thereof. [1775-05] Connecticut, General Assembly. [S4-V2-p0563] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Act for regulating and ordering the Troops that are or may be raised for the defence of this Colony, Articles, Rules and Regulations for the government of the Troops in the service of the Colony. [1775-05] Connecticut, General Assembly. [S4-V2-p0564] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Payment authorized for the Ammunition furnished the Inhabitants of the Colony, who marched either Eastward or Westward in the late alarm. [1775-05] Connecticut, General Assembly. [S4-V2-p0570] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to take care of, and provide for the Officers and Soldiers taken prisoners at Crown Point. [1775-05] Connecticut, General Assembly. [S4-V2-p0570] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Forms of Commissions for Field and Staff Officers adopted. [1775-05] Connecticut, General Assembly. [S4-V2-p0571] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Forms of Commissions for Field and Staff Officers adopted. [1775-05] Connecticut, General Assembly. [S4-V2-p0571] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of the Pay-Table. [1775-05] Connecticut, General Assembly. [S4-V2-p0572] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to provide such store of Lead as may be necessary for the use of the Colony. [1775-05] Connecticut, General Assembly. [S4-V2-p0573] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Procure a suitable Armourer. [1775-05] Connecticut, General Assembly. [S4-V2-p0573] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Samuel Mott appointed Engineer. [1775-05] Connecticut, General Assembly. [S4-V2-p0573] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to employ News Carriers at the publick expense. [1775-05] Connecticut, General Assembly. [S4-V2-p0573] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of War appointed. [1775-05] Connecticut, General Assembly. [S4-V2-p0573] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Five hundred pounds of Powder to be sent to Crown Point and Ticonderoga, to Colonel Easton. [1775-05] Connecticut, General Assembly. [S4-V2-p0574] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Pay for Adjutants. [1775-05] Connecticut, General Assembly. [S4-V2-p0574] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers appointed. [1775-05] Connecticut, General Assembly. [S4-V2-p0574] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers of the Company of Northbury, in Waterbury, cashiered, for being totally disaffected to the general cause of American Liberty. [1775-05] Connecticut, General Assembly. [S4-V2-p0575] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee on a Petition from New-London, recommending the encouragement of certain Manufactures. [1775-05] Connecticut, General Assembly. [S4-V2-p0575] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders for Payments. [1775-05] Connecticut, General Assembly; Wyllys, George. [S4-V2-p0575] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee appointed on Intelligence. [1775-05] Connecticut, General Assembly; Law, Richard; Wyllys, George. [S4-V2-p0576] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report of Committee on what Intelligence, Papers and Documents are necessary to be communicated to the Continental Congress. [1775-05] Connecticut, General Assembly; Hamlin, Jabez. [S4-V2-p0575] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from London to a Gentleman in Philadelphia. Mr. Burke is to present the Remonstrance of the New-York Assembly on Monday next, the Ministry are determined it shall not be received. [1775-05-12] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0577] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Richmond County, Virginia, Committee. Resolutions of the Committee, vindicating their Constituents from the atrocious aspersions in Lord Dunmore's Proclamation of the third instant. [1775-05-12] Virginia, Richmond County Committee; Smith, William. [S4-V2-p0578] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proclamation by Lord Dunmore, appointing the first Thursday in next month for the meeting of the General Assembly. [1775-05-12] Dunmore, John, Governour of Virginia. [S4-V2-p0578] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Joseph Galloway's Address to the Publick. Denying the charge that he had wrote Letters to the Ministry inimical to America. [1775-05-12] Galloway, Joseph. [S4-V2-p0579] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of Correspondence for Bergen County, in New-Jersey, appointed. [1775-05-12] New-Jersey, Bergen County Committee of Correspondence. [S4-V2-p0579] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Delegates to the Provincial Congress of New-York chosen by the Committees in Charlotte County. [1775-05-12] New-York, Charlotte County Committee; McCallister, Hamilton; Williams, John; Marsh, William; Conkey, Joshua; Hawley, Nathan; Rose, Samuel; Nesbett, John; Willard, Jonathan; Smith, Smith; Smith, Caleb; McCracken, Joseph; Batus, John; Heard, James; Kent, Cephas. [S4-V2-p0833] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Freeholders and Inhabitants of Haverstraw Precinct, in Orange County, New-York, choose Delegates to the Provincial Congress. [1775-05-12] New-York, Haverstraw Freeholders; Blanvelt, Johannes Isa. [S4-V2-p0834] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Albany Committee to the New-York Committee, enclosing a copy of a Letter from Ethan Allen, dated Ticonderoga, May 11, giving an account of the capture of that Fortress. [1775-05-12] New-York, Albany Committee of Safety, Correspondence, and Protection; Yates, Abraham, Jr.. [S4-V2-p0605] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from S. Osgood to the Massachusetts Committee of Safety. Not withstanding the agreement with General Gage, the People of Boston, though they complied with it on their part, are not permitted to leave Boston. [1775-05-12] Osgood, S.. [S4-V2-p0579] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition from the Inhabitants of the Eastern parts of Massachusetts to the Provincial Congress, praying for assistance in Powder, Balls and Flints, that they may have wherewithal to defend themselves. [1775-05-12] Sawyer, John; Trussel, Jacob; Dodge, James; Watson, Samuel; Dodge, Abner; Allen, Nehemiah; Black, John; Black, Moses; Hale, Samuel; Trussel, Joshua; Obee, William; Clay, Jonathan; Hinkley, Ebenezer; Herrick, Andrew; Watson, Shadrach; Reed, William; Dougherty, Robert; Black, Daniel; Herrick, John; Fly, James; Cousons, Samuel; Herrick, Samuel; Bapson, Joseph; Gatchell, Stephen; Morgan, Cornelius; Robset; Samuel; Herrick, Joshua; Blasdel, Enoch; Eaton, Moses; Eaton, Ebenezer; Allen, Nathaniel; York, Benjamin; Goodwin, George; Herrick, Ebenezer; Dodge, John; Carter, John; Carter, James. [S4-V2-p0580] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Selectmen of Amesbury to the Massachusetts Committee of Safety. [1775-05-12] Pilsbury, Caleb; Sargeant, Josiah. [S4-V2-p0580] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Supplies to the Massachusetts Congress. [1775-05-12] Massachusetts, Committee of Supplies; Cheever, David. [S4-V2-p0581] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Supplies to the Massachusetts Congress. [1775-05-13] Massachusetts, Committee of Supplies; Cheever, David. [S4-V2-p0581] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Thomas to the Committee of Safety. [1775-05-12] Thomas, John, General. [S4-V2-p0581] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from James Cavet to Arthur St. Clair. The situation of the well-affected Inhabitants of Pittsburgh is almost intolerable, if not assisted they will be ruined. [1775-05-13] Cavet, James. [S4-V2-p0581] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee for Mamicoting to the New-York Congress. The Inhabitants have all signed the Association, and are determined to stand by it, they have chosen Militia Officers, and request the appointments may be confirmed by the Congress. [1775-05-13] New-York, Mamakating Committee; Young, John. [Spelling variants of Mamakating include: Mamacoting and Mamicoting.] [S4-V2-p0834] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Dr. Wheelock to Governour Trumbull. [1775-05-13] Wheelock, Eleazer. [Spelling variants of Eleazer include: Eleazar.] [S4-V2-p0582] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Thomas Fraser, in London, to George Erving, of Boston. [1775-05-13] Fraser, Thomas. [S4-V2-p0584] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Timothy Ladd to the New-Hampshire Congress, offering his services for the defence of the liberties of America. [1775-05-13] Ladd, Timothy. [S4-V2-p0584] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Benedict Arnold to the Massachusetts Committee of Safety. Crown Point, with eleven Prisoners, and a number of Cannon, taken. Major Skene made prisoner. Mr. Allen's party is decreasing, and the dispute subsiding. [1775-05-14] Arnold, Benedict. [S4-V2-p0584] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Jedediah Preble to the Massachusetts Congress. Proceedings of Colonel Thompson, at Falmouth, his capture and detention of Captain Mowart, who is released on his promise to return on shore the next morning: he does not return, and his securities are arrested. [1775-05-14] Massachusetts, Falmouth Committee of Correspondence; Preble, Jedediah. [S4-V2-p0585] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Correspondence for Falmouth, in Massachusetts, to the Committee of Safety. Dangerous consequences anticipated from the conduct of Col. Thompson. [1775-05-15] Massachusetts, Falmouth Committee of Correspondence; Freeman, Enoch. [S4-V2-p0586] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolution of the Provincial Congress disapproving of the conduct of Col. Thompson. [1775-05-18] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Council to the People of Virginia. A redress of Grievances is more likely to be obtained by gentle methods than by intemperate behaviour. An Assembly will soon meet, when the People may represent their Grievances in the manner prescribed by the Constitution. [1775-05-19] Virginia Council; Blair, John. [S4-V2-p0587] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Chester County, Pennsylvania, Committee. The British Parliament having in an Address to His Majesty declared the People of Massachusetts-Bay to be in a state of open Rebellion, encouraged by several other Colonies, it is the duty of the Freemen of this County to associate and provide themselves with Arms and Ammunition, to defend their lives and liberties. [1775-05-15] Pennsylvania, Chester County Committee; Johnston, Francis. [S4-V2-p0588] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

List of Representatives. [1775-05-15] New-Jersey, General Assembly. [S4-V2-p0589] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letters from the Agents in England, and the Speaker of the House of Representatives of New-York, laid before the House. [1775-05-15] New-Jersey, General Assembly. [S4-V2-p0589] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Governour's Speech to the Council and House of Assembly. [1775-05-16] Franklin, William, Governour of New-Jersey. [S4-V2-p0589] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address to the King from the Lords and Commons of Great Britain, of the 7th of February, 1775, and a copy of Lord North's Resolution laid before the House. Letter from Governour Franklin to the Earl of Dartmouth, dated February 1, 1775, laid before the House. [1775-05-16] Franklin, William, Governour of New-Jersey; New-Jersey, General Assembly. [S4-V2-p0595] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Governour's Speech and Papers referred to a Committee of the Whole House, and considered, Address to the Governour in answer to his Speech ordered, and Committee appointed to prepare it. [1775-05-17] New-Jersey, General Assembly. [S4-V2-p0595] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Message to the Governour, requesting him to inform the House, whether the Letter to the Earl of Dartmouth, presented to the House on the 16th, is authentick or not. [1775-05-18] New-Jersey, General Assembly. [S4-V2-p0596] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Royal Approbation of Two Acts and Royal Disallowance of another. [1775-05-18] George III, King of Great Britain; Chetwynd, G.; New-Jersey, General Assembly. [S4-V2-p0597] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address in answer to the Governour's Speech, considered in Committee of the Whole, reported, amended, and agreed to. [1775-05-19] New-Jersey, General Assembly. [S4-V2-p0598] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Message from Governour Franklin and Proceedings on the Treasurer. [1775-05-20] Franklin, William, Governour of New-Jersey; New-Jersey, General Assembly. [S4-V2-p0599] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

The Speaker with the House wait upon the Governour in the Council Chamber with the Address, The Speaker declares his dissent to the Address, Address of the House to the Governour. [1775-05-19] New-Jersey, General Assembly; Skinner, Cortland. [S4-V2-p0599] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Governour's Answer. [1775-05-19] Franklin, William, Governour of New-Jersey; New-Jersey, General Assembly. [S4-V2-p0601] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

The House cannot comply with and adopt the Resolution of the House of Commons of February 27th, but recommend to their Delegates to lay it before the Continental Congress. [1775-05-19] New-Jersey, General Assembly. [S4-V2-p0602] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Message from the Governour to the Assembly in reply to their Address on the subject of his Letter to the Earl of Dartmouth, dated February 1, 1775. [1775-05-19] Franklin, William, Governour of New-Jersey; New-Jersey, General Assembly. [S4-V2-p0602] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee appointed to consider the Message, and make report to the next sitting of the Assembly, Assembly prorogued to the 20th of June next. [1775-05-19] New-Jersey, General Assembly. [S4-V2-p0604] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

New-York Committee. [1775-05-15] New-York Committee. [S4-V2-p0603] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address from the Captains of six Companies, offering their services to co-operate in carrying into effect the Continental Association. [1775-05-15] New-York Committee; Lasher, John; Ritzma, Rodol.; Stockholm, Andrew; Banker, Christopher; Fleming, Edward; Lott, Abraham P.. [S4-V2-p0604] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Copies of the General Association of New-York, left in the several Wards of the City for signature, all persons recommended to sign it as speedily as possible. [1775-05-15] New-York Committee; Low, Isaac. [S4-V2-p0605] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from New-York Committee to the Continental Congress, enclosing copies of Letters, with authentick intelligence of the capture of Ticonderoga. [1775-05-15] New-York Committee; Low, Isaac. [S4-V2-p0605] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Newburgh, New-York, Committee. A number of persons having neglected or refused to sign the Association, they are requested to do so, such as do not sign it on or before the 29th instant, to be considered enemies to the Country, and no person shall have any dealings with them. [1775-05-15] New-York, Newburgh Committee of Correspondence and Observation; Ecker, Wolver. [S4-V2-p0606] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Inhabitants of Cornwall Precinct, in Orange County, New-York, choose Deputies to the Provincial Congress. [1775-05-15] New-York, Cornwall Freeholders; Woodhull, Jesse. [S4-V2-p0834] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Providence, Rhode-Island,Town Meeting. Committees authorized to purchase Arms for all able-bodied Men not able to purchase themselves, and the Town stock of Powder and Lead to be made up into Cartridges. [1775-05-15] Rhode-Island, Providence Town Meeting. [S4-V2-p0607] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Worcester, Massachusetts. [1775-05-24] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0608] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Newport, Rhode-Island. Two Sloops at Bedford taken by Capt. Lindsay, of the Falcon, sloop-of-war, retaken by the People of Bedford, one of the enemy was killed, two were wounded, and thirteen made prisoners. [1775-05-10] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0608] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Recantation of the Rev. Samuel Dana, of Groton, Massachusetts. [1775-05-10] Dana, Samuel; Massachusetts, Groton Committee of Correspondence; Prescott, Oliver; Prescott, james; Sartell, Josiah; Farnsworth, Isaac; Child, Moses. [S4-V2-p0608] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Gage to the Earl of Dartmouth. [1775-05-15] Gage, Thomas, General. [S4-V2-p0609] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition from several Towns in Suffolk County, Massachusetts, to the Committee of Safety, requesting the appointment of Colonel Lemuel Robinson, of Dorchester. [1775-05-15] Bent, William; Vose, Elijah; Turner, Seth; Vinton, John; Wild, Silas; Gould, Jacob; Trefont, Joseph; Loring, Jotham; Lincoln, James; Cushing, Job. [S4-V2-p0609] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of John Boice and Hugh McLean to the Massachusetts Congress, requesting that certain enlisted Soldiers, who are Paper Makers, may be discharged. [1775-05-15] Boice, John; McLean, Hugh. [S4-V2-p0609] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from a Committee at Berwick to the Committee of Safety, objecting to the appointment of one Alexander Scammell, who lives in New-Hampshire. [1775-05-15] Prime, Joseph; Hamilton, Jonathan, Jr.; Pray, Joseph, Jr.; Lord, Mark. [S4-V2-p0610] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Jedediah Preble to the Committee of Safety, objecting to the raising of two Regiments in the County of Cumberland. [1775-05-15] Preble, Jedediah. [S4-V2-p0610] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Massachusetts Congress to the Eastern Indians. [1775-05-15] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0610] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Portsmouth, New-Hampshire, Town Meeting. The Committee of the Town empowered to inquire touching any obnoxious persons who may flee to this Town, and none but the Committee shall have any concern with such Refugees. [1775-05-15] New-Hampshire, Portsmouth Town Meeting. [S4-V2-p0611] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee and Selectmen of Marlow, New-Hampshire, to the Provincial Committee. They are not able to support a Delegate to the Provincial Congress, but with their lives and interests will assist in defence of the Colonies. [1775-05-15] New-Hampshire, Marlow Committee of Correspondence; Guftin, Samuel; Hadley, Nathaniel; Lewis, Elias. [S4-V2-p0612] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Town of Alstead, in New-Hampshire, to the Delegates of the Province, now sitting at Exeter. Cannot support a Delegate to the Congress, but will abide by all its decisions. [1775-05-15] New-Hampshire, Alstead Committee of Correspondence; Prentiss, Nathaniel. [S4-V2-p0612] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Meeting of the Inhabitants of Augusta County, Virginia, on the West side of Laurel Hill, at Pittsburgh, appoint a Committee for the District. The Committee resolve to support all the American measures, make provision for embodying the Militia, procuring Arms and Ammunition, and for cultivating a friendship with the Indians. [1775-05-16] Virginia, Augusta County Committee; Berwick, James. [S4-V2-p0612] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Instructions to John Harvie and George Roote, Delegates from the People West of Laurel Hill, to the Virginia Convention. [1775-05-16] Virginia, Augusta County Committee; Berwick, James. [S4-V2-p0614] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Dr. Franklin to Dr. Priestley. [1775-05-16] Franklin, Benjamin. [S4-V2-p0615] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Meeting of the Inhabitants of the County of Westmoreland, in Pennsylvania. It is the indispensable duty of every American, by every means which God has put in his power, to resist and oppose the system of tyranny and oppression attempted to be exercised by the Parliament and Ministry of Great Britain. Association of the Inhabitants of Westmoreland County, in Pennsylvania. [1775-05-16] Pennsylvania, Westmoreland County Meeting. [S4-V2-p0615] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Meeting of the Council of Pennsylvania, Eight Indians, who arrived in Philadelphia on the 14th, brought before the Council, Speech of one of the Indians to the Governour. [1775-05-16] Pennsylvania Council. [S4-V2-p0616] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

The Indians sent for, and the Governour began delivering a Speech in reply to them, but having a bad translator, it was postponed to the 20th instant. [1775-05-18] Pennsylvania Council. [S4-V2-p0617] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Speech of the Governour in reply to that of the Indians. The Indians receive three hundred Dollars, and signed a receipt for it on the back of the Deed executed at Fort Stanwix, in 1768. [1775-05-20] Pennsylvania Council. [S4-V2-p0617] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

New-York Committee. The Ward Companies of Militia recommended to enrol their Men in the different Beats, to be in readiness to take their tour of duty as a Military Night Watch. [1775-05-16] New-York Committee. [S4-V2-p0617] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

New-York Committee. The Ward Companies of Militia recommended to enrol their Men in the different Beats, to be in readiness to take their tour of duty as a Military Night Watch. [1775-05-17] New-York Committee. [S4-V2-p0618] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Delegates from New-York in the Continental Congress, to the New-York Committee, enclosing a Resolution of the Congress of the 15th, recommending to the Inhabitants, in the event of the arrival of any Troops, to act on the defensive, so long as may be consistent with their safety and security. [1775-05-15] Continental Congress; Duane, James; Lewis, Francis; Jay, John; Morris, Lewis; Livingston, Philip; Alsop, John; Thomson, Charles. [S4-V2-p0618] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Dutchess County, New-York, Committee, certify the election of Deputies to the Provincial Congress. [1775-05-16] New-York, Dutchess County Committee; Hopkins, Roswell; Robinson, Beverly; Smith, James; Bockner, Abraham; Humphrey, Cornelius; Cooper, Ananias; Swartwout, Jacob; Lewis, Jonathan; Benson, Egbert. [S4-V2-p0834] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Correspondence for Connecticut to the Massachusetts Congress. The expedition against Ticonderoga was set on foot by some private persons in Connecticut, and carried into effect without the aid of those afterwards sent from Massachusetts, but as it was done for the common cause, they will not contend for the precedency. [1775-05-16] Connecticut, Committee of Correspondence; Wolcott, Erastus; Williams, William; Bishop, Samuel; Parsons, Samuel H.. [S4-V2-p0618] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Joseph Warren to Arthur Lee. [1775-05-16] Warren, Joseph. [S4-V2-p0619] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts to the Continental Congress, representing the dangerous situation of affairs there without a regular Government, and asking their advice about taking up and exercising the powers of Government: they also request the Congress to take the general direction of the Army. [1775-05-16] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress; Warren, Joseph; Freeman, Samuel. [S4-V2-p0620] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Henry Young Brown to the Massachusetts Congress. Communicates his suspicions that the Indians are about to take sides with Canada. There are but ten Guns, twenty pounds of Powder, and half a hundred of Lead, in the Town of Brownfield. Applies to the Congress for assistance. [1775-05-16] Massachusetts, Brownfield Committee; Brown, Henry Young. [S4-V2-p0621] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Middlesex County, Virginia, Committee. Thomas Haddin, having reviled the Continental Association, and refused to sign it, is held forth to the publick as an enemy to American Liberty. [1775-04-17] Virginia, Middlesex County Committee. [S4-V2-p0668] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Cumberland County, Virginia, Committee, approve of the Resolution of Maryland to stop Exportations to Quebeck, and c., and in consequence of the alarming situation of American affairs, especially in the Province of New-York, recommend a Colony Convention be immediately called. [1775-05-17] Virginia, Cumberland County Committee; Carrington, George. [S4-V2-p0622] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of Cumberland County to the Inhabitants of the lower parts of Virginia, offering protection and support to their Wives and Children, in case of an invasion of the Colony by sea. [1775-05-17] Virginia, Cumberland County Committee; Carrington, George. [S4-V2-p0622] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Cecil County, Maryland, Committee. Charles Gordon having maliciously aspersed the Continental Congress and the Provincial Convention, is declared an enemy to the Country, and as such none are to have dealings or communications with him. [1775-05-17] Maryland, Cecil County Committee; Veazey, James, Jr; Veazey, John, III; Smith, David. [S4-V2-p0622] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

John Brown arrived at Philadelphia from Ticonderoga, an Express to the General Congress, with an account of the capture of Ticonderoga and Crown Point, and of an attempt made by the British to find a passage for an Army from Canada to Boston. [1775-05-20] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0623] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Colonel Easton at the Provincial Congress in Watertown, with an account of the Capture of Ticonderoga and Crown Point. [1775-05-18] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0624] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Philadelphia Committee direct the republication of the Resolve prohibiting the killing of any Sheep under four years old. [1775-05-17] Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Committee of Correspondence; Melcher, Isaac. [S4-V2-p0625] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Votes in First Company of Brookhaven, with the Poll Lists, for the choice of a Deputy to the Provincial Congress of New-York. [1775-05-17] Woodhull, Nathan; Thompson, Jonathan; Roe, Nathaniel; Woodhull, Richard; Thompson, Samuel; Strong, Selah, Jr.; Brewster, Caleb; Roe, Nathaniel, Jr.; Roe, Philip; Roe, John; Smith, Thomas; Hawkins, Alexander; Hawkins, David; Hawkins, Simeon; Hawkins, Alexander, Jr.; Hawkins, Jacob; Smith, Edmund; Davis, Samuel; Hawkins, Joseph; Davis, Isaac. [S4-V2-p0835] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Votes in Second Company of Brookhaven, with the Poll Lists, for the choice of a Deputy to the Provincial Congress of New-York. [1775-05-17] Sill, Wissell; Miller, Ebenezer; Brown, Joseph. [S4-V2-p0835] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Votes in Third Company of Brookhaven, with the Poll Lists, for the choice of a Deputy to the Provincial Congress of New-York. [1775-05-17] Smith, William; Woodhull, Nathaniel; Smith, Josiah. [S4-V2-p0835] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Votes in Fourth Company of Brookhaven, with the Poll Lists, for the choice of a Deputy to the Provincial Congress of New-York. [1775-05-16] Dayton, Ebenezer; Woodhull, John; Smith, William. [S4-V2-p0836] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Account of the commencement of Hostilities between Great Britain and America, in the Province of Massachusetts-Bay, by the Reverend Mr. William Gordon, of Roxbury, in a Letter to a Gentleman in England. [1775-05-17] Gordon, William. [S4-V2-p0625] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Congress of Massachusetts to the Assembly of Connecticut, suggesting the propriety of having the Cannon at Ticonderoga and Crown Point removed immediately to the Camp at Cambridge, and the appointing of Colonel Arnold to take charge of them down, with all possible haste, to prevent disputes between him and other officers. [1775-05-17] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0808] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committees of Correspondence for the several Towns and Districts of Worcester County, in Massachusetts, requested to meet at the Court-House on Wednesday next, May 24th. [1775-05-24] Massachusetts, Worcester County Committee; Young, William. [S4-V2-p0700] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letters of Governour Hutchinson, lately discovered, show what a slave he has been to the Ministry. Copy of one from him to General Gage, enclosing one from Bernard, in 1771. [1775-05-17] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0632] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Northborough to General Ward, charging Ebenezer Cutler, late of Groton, as an enemy to his country. [1775-05-17] Massachusetts, Northborough Committee of Correspondence; Bass, Gillam. [S4-V2-p0632] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Portsmouth, New-Hampshire, Committee, to the Provincial Congress. Request to know if a Vessel may load with Masts. [1775-05-17] New-Hampshire, Portsmouth Committee of Correspondence; Wentworth, H.. [S4-V2-p0632] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Declaration by the Grand Jury of Newcastle, Delaware. [1775-05-18] Delaware, Newcastle Committee; Monroe, George; Morton, Morton; Hemphill, William; Kean, Thomas; Evans, George; Anderson, William; James, John; Kirkwood, Robert; Howell, David; Hyatt, John; Taylor, John; Read, William; Clark, William; Jones, John; Evans, John; Cooch, Thomas; Finney, David; Latimer, James; Cantwell, R.; Malcolm, John; Craghead, George; Stapler, John; Patterson, William; Patterson, Samuel; McKim, Thomas; McKinley, John. [S4-V2-p0633] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Arthur St. Clair to Joseph Shippen, Jun., enclosing Letter of James Cavet, dated May 13th. Yesterday a County Meeting, in Westmoreland, passed Resolutions to arm and discipline the Militia, and formed an Association. [1775-05-18] St. Clair, Arthur. [S4-V2-p0633] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Committee of Association for Newark, in New-Jersey, stop all Exportations to Quebeck, Nova-Scotia, Georgia, and Newfoundland. [1775-05-18] New-Jersey, Newark General Committee of Association; Ogden, Lewis. [S4-V2-p0634] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Instructions to the Deputies elected to represent the Town of Newark, in Essex County, in the Provincial Congress of New-Jersey. [1775-05-18] New-Jersey, Newark General Committee of Association; Ogden, Lewis. [S4-V2-p0634] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

New-York Committee. Committee appointed to institute a Military Night Watch. [1775-05-18] New-York Committee. [S4-V2-p0636] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-York Committee to the Governour of Connecticut, thank him for the kindness of Connecticut in sending Troops to their assistance, but request he may direct their encampment on the Western frontiers of Connecticut. [1775-05-18] New-York Committee. [S4-V2-p0636] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Directions for a Military Night Watch in the City of New-York. [1775-05-18] New-York Committee; Brasher, Abraham; Fleming, Edward; Lasher, John; McDougall, Alexander. [S4-V2-p0636] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Directions for a Military Night Watch in the City of New-York -- May 19. [1775-05-19] New-York Committee. [S4-V2-p0637] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Directions for a Military Night Watch in the City of New-York -- May 20. [1775-05-20] New-York Committee. [S4-V2-p0637] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Palatine District, Tryon County, New-York, to the Albany Committee. [1775-05-18] New-York, Palatine District Committee. [S4-V2-p0637] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Guy Johnson to the Committee of Schenectady, New-York. [1775-05-18] Johnson, Guy, Colonel. [S4-V2-p0638] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Authentick Account of the taking of the Fortresses at Ticonderoga and Crown Point, by a party of Connecticut Forces. [1775-05-18] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0638] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Ethan Allen to James Morrison and the Merchants that are friendly to the cause of Liberty in Montreal, soliciting their immediate assistance, in Provisions, Ammunition, and Spirituous Liquors, not as a donation, for he is ready to pay for them. [1775-05-18] Allen, Ethan. [S4-V2-p0639] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Camp at Cambridge. Information from Halifax, that the People destroyed a quantity of Hay, purchased and ready to be shipped for the Dragoons at Boston. [1775-05-18] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0639] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel John Stark to the Provincial Congress of New-Hampshire. [1775-05-18] Stark, John, Colonel. [S4-V2-p0639] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the New-Hampshire Congress to Governour Wentworth. The British Troops being sent to America to enforce Acts of Parliament by fire, sword, and famine, request to know from him the truth of a statement that he has made application for two Regiments, to be stationed at Portsmouth. [1775-05-18] New-Hampshire, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0640] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Caroline County, Virginia, Committee. Resolutions on Lord Dunmore's Letter to the Earl of Dartmouth, dated December 24, 1774, his Proclamation of the 3d of May last, and on Captain Montague's Letter to Thomas Nelson, threatening to burn the Town of York. [1775-05-19] Virginia, Caroline County Committee; Hawes, Samuel, Jr.. [S4-V2-p0640] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address to the Inhabitants of Virginia, on the conduct of Lord Dunmore, and in defence of Patrick Henry. [1775-05-19] Brutus (pseudo.). [S4-V2-p0641] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address to the Inhabitants of the Manor of Cortlandt, in New-York, on the efforts of the Tories to obtain the ascendancy in the Manor, and their attempt to commit the People to "The Loyalist's Test" last winter. [1775-05-19] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0644] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Massachusetts Committee of Safety to the Committee of Supplies. [1775-05-19] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0645] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Benedict Arnold to the Massachusetts Committee of Safety. Surprised and took St. John's, with the King's Sloop of seventy tons, on the 18th instant. Allen is about to keep possession of St. John's, with eighty or a hundred men, this is a wild, impracticable scheme, if it could be carried into execution. A thousand or fifteen hundred men will be necessary to repair and keep Ticonderoga this summer, List of Cannon taken at Crown Point, List of Cannon taken at Ticonderoga. [1775-05-19] Arnold, Benedict. [S4-V2-p0645] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Return of Ordnance Stores found at Ticonderoga. [1775-05-13] Romans, B.; Arnold, Benedict. [S4-V2-p0646] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Ward to the Massachusetts Congress, urging the immediate settlement of the Regiments, "if we would save our Country,". [1775-05-19] Ward, Artemas, General. [S4-V2-p0647] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from James Russell to Joseph Warren, President of the Provincial Congress. [1775-05-19] Russell, James. [S4-V2-p0647] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Abijah Brown to the Massachusetts Committee of Safety. He has removed the Cannon from Waltham to Watertown, and is ready to march to Cambridge. [1775-05-19] Brown, Abijah. [S4-V2-p0647] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Benjamin Thompson, of Concord, in New-Hampshire, to the Committee of Safety. Requests a thorough examination into the charges against him, of being inimical to the liberties of this Country. [1775-05-19] Thompson, Benjamin. [S4-V2-p0647] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

New-Hampshire Committee of Safety. [1775-05-19] New-Hampshire, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0648] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

New-Hampshire Committee of Safety. [1775-05-23] New-Hampshire, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0648] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

New-Hampshire Committee of Safety. Orders to Winborn Adams, and nine others, each to enlist one Company of sixty-two able-bodied Men: form of enlistment. [1775-05-24] New-Hampshire, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0648] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

List of Members. [1775-05-17] New-Hampshire, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0647] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Matthew Thornton chosen President, and Ebenezer Thompson Secretary, Committee to draw up Rules to be observed in the Convention, Committee to report on establishing a Post-Office. [1775-05-17] New-Hampshire, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0650] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Rules for the government of the Convention, Post-Office at Portsmouth established, Colonel John Hale authorized to proceed to Albany, or any other place he thinks proper, to procure Fire-Arms and Gunpowder for the use of the Province, Committee to prepare and bring in a plan of ways and means for furnishing Troops, Committee to prepare an Address to be sent to the several Towns in the Province, respecting disputes about Tories. [1775-05-18] New-Hampshire, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0650] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition from Major Andrew McClary, praying redress of sundry grievances, read, Letter from Colonel John Stark, requesting a supply of Fire-Arms, read, Recommendations to the Inhabitants to support good and wholesome Laws, to encourage all Religious worship, to encourage the Woollen and Linen Manufactory, and the making of Saltpetre, Committees of the several Towns requested to have a watchful eye over all persons who have used opprobrious expressions respecting the several Congresses, Committee from the Massachusetts Congress, introduced into the Convention, Selectmen of several Towns requested to furnish the Arms wanted by Colonel Stark,. [1775-05-19] New-Hampshire, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0651] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolutions authorizing the raising and equipment of two thousand Men to serve until the last day of December, unless the Committee of Safety may judge it necessary to discharge them sooner Thanks to the persons who took a quantity of Gunpowder from the Castle called William and Mary, in this Province, Committee of Safety appointed, Committee of Supplies appointed, Committee to sell Gunpowder to the frontier Towns. [1775-05-20] New-Hampshire, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0652] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Muster-Masters appointed, Colonel Fenton required to appear before the Convention, concerning his Letter to the People of the County of Grafton. [1775-05-22] New-Hampshire, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0653] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Colonel Nathaniel Folsom appointed to take the general command of the Troops raised, or to be raised, in this Government, Post-Office established at Exeter, Nicholas Gilman appointed Treasurer and Receiver-General of the Colony, All Officers and Soldiers in the service to be taxed as other persons are. [1775-05-23] New-Hampshire, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0654] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

The several Towns are recommended to encourage Manufactures in general, and that of Fire-Arms in particular. [1775-05-24] New-Hampshire, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0654] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

New-Hampshire Provincial Congress, May 25th. [1775-05-25] New-Hampshire, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0655] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Instructions to the Committee of Safety, A Company of not exceeding sixty Men, to be enlisted in the Northwesterly parts of the Colony, to act as occasion may require, Powers conferred on the Committee of Supplies. [1775-05-26] New-Hampshire, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0655] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Thanks to the persons who removed sundry Cannon from the sea-coast to Portsmouth, and to Doctor Hall Jackson for assisting in the matter, and bringing the intelligence. [1775-05-31] New-Hampshire, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0655] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of Supplies authorized to import Military Stores from any place whatever, Committee of Portsmouth requested to take measures to prevent the passage of the British Ships-of-War up to the Town. [1775-06-01] New-Hampshire, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0656] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

An Address to the Inhabitants of the Colony, agreed to. [1775-06-02] New-Hampshire, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0657] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Addresses to the Congress of New-York to the Congress of Massachusetts, to the Colony of Connecticut, to the Continental Congress, and to John Sullivan and John Langdon, Delegates, adopted by the Convention. [1775-06-03] New-Hampshire, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0657] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Oath to be taken by all the Officers and Soldiers of the New-Hampshire Army, now raising for the defence and security of the Rights and Liberties of the American Colonies. [1775-06-05] New-Hampshire, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0657] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

New-Hampshire Provincial Congress, June 6th. [1775-06-06] New-Hampshire, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0658] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Obligation of secrecy as to the Proceedings of the Convention. [1775-06-07] New-Hampshire, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0658] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Col. Hale returned without Powder or Small-Arms, but gives great encouragement they can soon be had from the Southern Colonies. [1775-06-08] New-Hampshire, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0658] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Receiver-General authorized to give his notes of hand for ten thousand and fifty Pounds. [1775-06-09] New-Hampshire, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0659] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Bills of Credit of Massachusetts, to have a free currency in New-Hampshire, Lenity and forbearance in Creditors towards Debtors recommended, Convention adjourned to the 27th instant. [1775-06-10] New-Hampshire, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0660] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of Anne Arundel County, Maryland. The application of Mr. Weems, for permission to purchase an Anchor and Cable of Captain Carcaud, of the Ship Industry, rejected. No person can purchase or receive them consistent with the Continental Association. [1775-05-20] Maryland, Anne Arundel County Committee. [S4-V2-p0659] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Field-Officers chosen for Newcastle County, Delaware. [1775-05-20] Delaware, Newcastle County Captains and Subaltern Officers. [S4-V2-p0660] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-Jersey Assembly to their Delegates in the Continental Congress. [1775-05-20] New-Jersey, Provincial Congress; Smith, Richard. [S4-V2-p0661] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of James Rivington to the Continental Congress. [1775-05-20] Rivington, James. [S4-V2-p0836] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Town Meeting in Brooklyn, King's County, New-York. Their reasons for uniting with the other Counties of the Colony in support of their rights, choose Deputies to the Provincial Congress, and pledge themselves to abide by the directions of the Congress. [1775-05-20] New-York, Brooklyn Town Meeting; Lefferts, Leffert. [S4-V2-p0837] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Col. Guy Johnson to the Magistrates and others of Palatine, Canajoharie, and the upper Districts in Tryon County, New-York, has had repeated accounts that a body of New-Englanders were to come to seize him. If the Indians find their Superintendent disturbed they will take dreadful revenge. [1775-05-20] Johnson, Guy, Colonel. [S4-V2-p0661] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Guy Johnson to the Magistrates and Committee of Schenectady, and Mayor of Albany. [1775-05] Johnson, Guy, Colonel. [S4-V2-p0661] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Act of the Rhode-Island Assembly, prohibiting the Oath of Office being administered to Governour Wanton. [1775-05-20] Rhode-Island, General Assembly. [S4-V2-p0662] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Safety of Massachusetts to General Preble, at Falmouth. [1775-05-20] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0663] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to the Massachusetts Congress, from the Committee appointed to confer with the Congress of New-Hampshire. [1775-05-20] Gerrish, Joseph; Sawyer, Ebenezer. [S4-V2-p0664] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolutions of the New-Hampshire Congress for raising and equipping two thousand Men. [1775-05-20] New-Hampshire, Provincial Convention; Thornton, Matthew. [S4-V2-p0664] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Rev. William Gordon to Joseph Warren. If the Committee will send him Hutchinson's loose Letters, he will examine them, and mark whatever appears to be important to the Publick. [1775-05-20] Gordon, William. [S4-V2-p0664] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to the Oneidas from the Mohawks, written at Guy Johnson's. [1775-05] Kannenzaron, Aren (Mohawk); Tegarihoge, Johannes (Mohawk); Deyagodeaghnaweagh (Mohawk); Brant, Joseph, Thayendanegea (Mohawk). [S4-V2-p0664] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolutions of the Committee of Tryon County, New-York, on the Letter of Colonel Guy Johnson, of May 20, and on the Letter from the Mohawks to the Oneidas. [1775-05-21] New-York, Tryon County Committee. [S4-V2-p0665] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Palatine District, Tryon County, to the Albany Committee. The communication with Albany is entirely stopped by Colonel Johnson, who has five hundred men to guard his house, which he has fortified. There is not fifty pounds of Powder in the District, they have an open enemy before them, and treacherous friends at their backs. [1775-05-21] New-York, Palatine District Committee. [S4-V2-p0665] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Boston to a Gentleman in Philadelphia. General Gage has broken his engagement with the People of Boston, after they had delivered up their Arms. [1775-05-21] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0666] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Ward to the Massachusetts Congress. [1775-05-21] Ward, Artemas, General. [S4-V2-p0666] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from James Sullivan to the Massachusetts Congress. [1775-05-21] Sullivan, James. [S4-V2-p0667] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Safety to the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts. [1775-05-21] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0667] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Norfolk, Virginia, Committee, to the Committee for Prince George County, with an examination of Captain Charles Alexander. [1775-05-22] Virginia, Norfolk Borough Committee; Davies, William. [S4-V2-p0528] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Prince William County, Virginia, Committee. Condemn the conduct of Lord Dunmore in regard to the Powder. Justify Patrick Henry in demanding satisfaction for it, as, in their opinion, the violent proceedings of the Troops in Massachusetts would have justified reprisals of a much greater magnitude. [1775-02-22] Virginia, Prince William County Committee; Williams, Evan. [S4-V2-p0667] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Buckingham County, Virginia, Committee. Offer to receive the Wives, Children and Slaves of such of the Inhabitants of the lower Counties as may be driven from their habitations, and will give them Lands to cultivate, and let their Cattle feed with their own. [1775-05-22] Virginia, Buckingham County Committee; Eldridge, Rolfe. [S4-V2-p0667] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Meeting of Inhabitants of Charles County, in Maryland. Appoint Deputies to the General Convention of the Province. [1775-05-22] Maryland, Charles County Inhabitants; Gwinn, John. [S4-V2-p0667] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from a Gentleman in Philadelphia to his Friend in Williamsburgh, Virginia. There has been a complete revolution in New-York. The Province is arming, the Governour dare not call his Assembly to receive Lord North's Plan, the Tory leaders have been obliged to fly. [1775-05-22] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0668] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to the New-Hampshire Committee of Safety, from their Delegates in the Continental Congress. The Congress have ordered the Forts of Ticonderoga and Crown Point to be demolished, and the warlike Stores to be removed to the south end of Lake George. All the Colonies in Congress are firmly united, and preparing for the worst. [1775-05-22] New-Hampshire Delegates, Continental Congress; Sullivan, John; Langdon, John. [S4-V2-p0669] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

New-York Committee. Motion by Mr. McDougall for a Committee to confer with the Deputies of the County of Albany, now in New-York, whether Albany can furnish Men to garrison Ticonderoga, rejected on motion of Mr. De Lancey. [1775-05-22] New-York Committee. [S4-V2-p0670] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-York Committee to Governour Trumbull, enclosing a copy of the Resolution of Congress for removing the Military Stores from Ticonderoga and Crown Point to the south end of Lake George. [1775-05-22] New-York Committee; Remsen, Henry. [S4-V2-p0671] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deputies for Queen's County to the New-York Provincial Congress chosen by the Freeholders. [1775-05-22] New-York, Queen's County Freeholders. [S4-V2-p0838] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Delegates to the Provincial Congress chosen in King's County, New-York. [1775-05-22] New-York, Kings County Committees; Lott, Abraham E.. [S4-V2-p0838] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Corporation of Albany to Colonel Guy Johnson. If he studies the welfare of his Country he need not be apprehensive of any injury to his person or property. There has been no intention of taking him captive, or offering him any indignity, these reports are only propagated to rouse the Indians to take up arms against the Americans. [1775-05-22] New-York, Albany Mayor and Aldermen. [S4-V2-p0671] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Albany Committee to Colonel Guy Johnson. [1775-05-23] New-York, Albany Committee of Safety, Correspondence, and Protection. [S4-V2-p0672] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Benedict Arnold, Commander at Ticonderoga, to the Albany Committee. On the 13th captured the Garrison at St. John's, and took a King's Sloop of seventy tons, on his return he met one Colonel Allen, with a party for St. John's, who were attacked and defeated by the Regulars. Requests Seamen and Powder may be sent him. [1775-05-22] Arnold, Benedict. [S4-V2-p0839] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Narrative of the Excursions and Ravages of the King's Troops, under the command of General Gage, on the 19th of April, 1775, together with the Depositions taken by order of Congress to support the truth of it. [1775-05-22] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress; Freeman, Samuel. [S4-V2-p0673] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Depositions No. 1 to No. 21. [1775-05-22] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0674] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition No. 21. [1775-05-11] Brown, Zachariah; Davis, Thomas, Jr.; Ingraham, Duncan; Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0674] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition No. 22. [1775-05-17] Adams, Hannah; Hastings, Jonathan; Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0674] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition No. 23. [1775-05-19] Cooper, Benjamin; Cooper, Rachel; Dix, Jonas; Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0674] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Ravages of the King's Troops, Damages sustained in Lexington, Damages sustained in Concord. [1775-05-22] Fuller, Abraham; Goodwin, Ichabod; Whitney, Oliver. [S4-V2-p0675] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Samuel Bullard to the Massachusetts Congress. [1775-05-22] Bullard, Samuel. [S4-V2-p0675] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Supplies to the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts, complaining of ungenerous treatment from Gen. Ward. [1775-05-22] Massachusetts, Committee of Supplies; Cheever, David. [S4-V2-p0675] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Massachusetts Committee of Safety to the Provincial Congress, with the Letter from Captain Benedict Arnold, of May 11, requesting the Congress to take such measures as they deem necessary. [1775-05-22] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety; Palmer, J.. [S4-V2-p0676] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Massachusetts Congress to Benedict Arnold. As the affairs of the Expedition began in Connecticut, that Colony has been written to, to take the whole under their direction until the advice, of the Continental Congress can be had. [1775-05-22] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0676] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Earl of Dartmouth to Governour Tryon. The King received the Petition of the New-York Assembly with the most gracious expressions of regard. The Memorial to the Lords, and Representation to the Commons contained claims which made it impossible for Parliament, consistent with its dignity, to receive them. [1775-05-23] Legge, William, Earl of Dartmouth. [S4-V2-p0677] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

The Crisis, No. 8. On American affairs. [1775-05] . [The Crisis was a seditious British periodical, published in London in 1775 and 1776 (T. W. Shaw, publisher). 92 issues of the The Crisis appeared. They were probably written and printed by William Moore, who had edited two other seditious publications, including the Whisperer. Number 3 was publically burned. Numbers 1—9 were quickly reprinted in northern American towns (New York, Newport, Philadelphia, Norwich [1—6 only], Hartford [1—6 only], and New London [1 and 7 only]). A collection of numbers 1—28 appeared in New York in 1776. Information from WorldCat, the University of Georgia online catalogue (of Early American Imprints), the William Reese Company Catalogue online (item no longer available), and John Sainsbury, Disaffected Patriots: London Supporters of Revolutionary America, 1769—1782. (Kingston, Canada, 1987) 85—6, 99.] [S4-V2-p0677] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from William Hooper, at Philadelphia, to Samuel Johnston, in North-Carolina. The strict secrecy which Congress enjoins upon its Members prevents his communicating any information of their Proceedings. The most perfect harmony subsists among its Members. The character of New-York is no longer suspicious, they take an active share in the opposition. Government has sent them the Asia, Man-of-War, to give spirit to the Tories. -- North-Carolina will probably be called on for Money, and a Provincial Convention should be immediately called. [1775-05-23] Hooper, William. [S4-V2-p0679] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of Williamsburgh Volunteers to Peyton Randolph. [1775-05-25] Virginia, Williamsburgh Volunteers. [S4-V2-p0680] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Mr. Randolph's Answer. [1775-05-25] Randolph, Peyton. [S4-V2-p0680] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Westmoreland County, Virginia, Committee. Resolutions on Lord Dunmore's Speech in Council, on the 2d of May, and his Proclamation of the 3d of May. [1775-05-23] Virginia, Westmoreland County Virginia; Davenport, James. [S4-V2-p0681] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Talbot County, Maryland, Committee of Observation. Proceedings in relation to the Ship Johnston, belonging to Mr. Gildart, of Liverpool, loaded with Salt and Dry Goods, and bound to the Chesapeake Bay. [1775-05-23] Maryland, Talbot County Committee; Wilson, Robert. [S4-V2-p0682] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Robert Hanna, James Cavet and Thomas Scott, at Pittsburgh, to Governour Penn, complaining of their treatment from the authorities of Virginia. [1775-05-23] Hanna, Robert; Cavet, James; Scott, Thomas. [S4-V2-p0683] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Aeneas Mackay and others, at Pittsburgh, to Governour Penn. They are treated by the Officers under Virginia like degraded beings, not entitled to the common rights of mankind, the very name of a Pennsylvanian is sufficient to render a man odious there. [1775-05-23] Hanna, Robert; Cavet, James; Smith, Devereux; Mackay, Aeneas; Scott, Thomas. [S4-V2-p0684] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from a Committee of the Assembly of Connecticut to the Speaker. The New-York Committee will supply Provisions to the Connecticut Forces at Ticonderoga. St. Luke La Corne has sent Belts to all the Northern Tribes of Indians, to engage them to take up Arms against the New-England Colonies. It is supposed the Plebeians of the Canadas will not willingly engage against the Colonists, but the Nobles are their bitter enemies. [1775-05-23] Wales, Nathaniel, Jr.; Burr, Thaddeus; Edwards, Pierpont. [S4-V2-p0685] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Albany Committee to the Committee of Palatine District, in Tryon County. [1775-05-23] New-York, Albany Committee of Safety, Correspondence, and Protection. [S4-V2-p0841] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Speech of the Mohawks to the Magistrates and Committee of Schenectady, and the Mayor and Committee of Albany, delivered by Little Abraham, May 20. [1775-05-20] Abraham (Mohawk); Kirkland, Samuel. [S4-V2-p0841] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Answer to Little Abraham's Speech by the Magistrates and Committee of Albany and Schenectady, May 20. [1775-05-20] New-York, Schenectady Committee; New-York, Albany Committee of Safety, Correspondence, and Protection. [S4-V2-p0842] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Reply of the Mohawks to the Answer of the Magistrates, and c., of Albany and Schenectady. [1775-05-25] Abraham (Mohawk); New-York, Schenectady Committee; New-York, Albany Committee of Safety, Correspondence, and Protection; Marselis, Gysbert; Schuyler, Peter P.; Visher, John; Roseboom, John; Yates, Christopher; Johnson, Guy, Colonel; Claus, Daniel, Colonel; Allen, William. [S4-V2-p0842] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Benedict Arnold to the General Assembly of Connecticut. Defeat of Colonel Allen at St. John's, there are four hundred Regulars there, making preparation to cross the Lake, with the design of retaking Crown Point and Ticonderoga. [1775-05-23] Arnold, Benedict. [S4-V2-p0840] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Benedict Arnold, Commander-in-Chief at Crown Point, to Captain Noah Lee, at Ticonderoga. Preparations of the Regulars and Indians for retaking Ticonderoga and Crown Point, requests every man within fifty miles of Skenesborough may be sent to Ticonderoga with Powder and Provisions. [1775-05-23] Arnold, Benedict. [S4-V2-p0841] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Ticonderoga to a Gentleman in Hartford, Connecticut, giving a Journal of Military operations from the 11th to the 19th of May. [1775-05-23] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0685] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee from Connecticut to New-York Congress. [1775-05-21] Wales, Nathaniel; Burr, Thaddeus. [S4-V2-p0838] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

New-Jersey Provincial Congress meets, List of Deputies who attended. [1775-05-23] New-Jersey, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0685] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Hendrick Fisher elected President, Jonathan D. Sergeant Secretary, and William Paterson and Frederick Frelinghuysen his Assistants, Ministers of the Gospel in Trenton requested to give their daily attendance during the session, to open the House with Prayer, Allegiance to the King of Great Britain, in the rightful exercise of his authority, acknowledged, Appointment of Delegates to the Continental Congress, by the Assembly, confirmed, Associators of Shrewsbury, in Monmouth County, advised to choose Committee of Observation. [1775-05-24] New-Jersey, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0687] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to the Continental Congress. They do not think it advisable to enter into measures of consequence, until some general plan is agreed on by the Continental Congress, and are willing to adopt and carry out any plan which they may devise and recommend. [1775-05-25] New-Jersey, Provincial Congress; Fisher, Hendrick. [S4-V2-p0688] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Adopt the Non-Exportation Resolution of the Continental Congress. [1775-05-26] New-Jersey, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0689] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to the Provincial Congress of New-York. Inform the New-York Congress of their application to the Continental Congress for an uniform plan of operations, and that a general system of correspondence between the Colonies should be adopted. [1775-05-26] New-Jersey, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0689] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Pierpont Edwards, one of a Committee from Connecticut, attended with certain propositions and instructions, which were received, read, and referred for further consideration. [1775-05-29] New-Jersey, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0689] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

The Committee sent to the Continental Congress, with the Letter of the 25th instant, returned with a written Answer. Letter received from New-York Congress, professing their readiness to establish a free correspondence. [1775-05-30] New-Jersey, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0689] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition from Robert Murray and John Murray, professing their sincere contrition for violating the Continental Association, they are restored to all the privileges they heretofore enjoyed in the Province. [1775-05-31] New-Jersey, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0689] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Association adopted, and ordered to be sent to the several Counties. [1775-05-31] New-Jersey, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0690] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to Pierpont Edwards, in answer to his application on the part of Connecticut. [1775-06-01] New-Jersey, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0690] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

New-Jersey Provincial Congress, June 2nd. [1775-06-02] Edwards, Pierpont; New-Jersey, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0691] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Regulations for the government of the Militia of the Colony. [1775-06-03] New-Jersey, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0691] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Ordinance for raising a sum of Money for the use of the Province. [1775-06-03] New-Jersey, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0692] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Benedict Arnold to the Massachusetts Committee of Safety. Has neither Provisions nor Ammunition. Four hundred Regulars are at St. John's, and it is expected they will make an effort to retake Crown Point and Ticonderoga. [1775-05-23] Arnold, Benedict. [S4-V2-p0693] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Committee of Safety to the Massachusetts Congress. [1775-05-23] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety; Cooper, William. [S4-V2-p0694] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition from John Merril to the Massachusetts Congress, for Powder for the Town of Topsham, which is in great danger of an attack from the Indians. [1775-05-23] Merrill, John. [S4-V2-p0695] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Selectmen of the Town of Waltham to Massachusetts Committee of Safety. [1775-05-23] Massachusetts, Waltham Selectmen; Dix, Jonas; Bridge, Nathaniel; Brown, Josiah; Clark, John. [S4-V2-p0695] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of Inspection for the Town of Tewksbury declare Mr. Timothy Brown ought not to be treated as an enemy, but as a friend to liberty. [1775-05-23] Massachusetts, Tewkesbury Committee of Inspection; Kitteridge, Isaac; Heywood, Nathaniel; Bayley, David; Whittemore, Ebenezer; Shed, Jacob; Worcester, Eldad; Kendall, Ezra. [S4-V2-p0695] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-Hampshire Congress to their Delegates in the Continental Congress. [1775-05-23] New-Hampshire Delegates, Continental Congress; Sullivan, John; Langdon, John. [S4-V2-p0695] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Provincial Congress of New-Hampshire to the Continental Congress. Inform the Congress of what has been done in the Colony, and ask advice as to their further proceeding. They ardently wish a connection may yet be preserved between Great Britain and the Colonies, but many conclude that the voice of God and Nature, since the late hostile conduct of Great Britain, is, that we are bound to look to our whole political affairs. [1775-05-23] New-Hampshire, Provincial Congress; Thornton, Matthew. [S4-V2-p0696] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-Hampshire Congress to the Massachusetts Congress. The People of New-Hampshire are heartily engaged in the common cause, and at all hazards determined to stand by and support it, relying on Divine Providence for success. [1775-05-23] New-Hampshire, Provincial Congress; Thornton, Matthew. [S4-V2-p0697] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel John Fenton to the New-Hampshire Congress. [1775-05-23] Fenton, John, Colonel. [S4-V2-p0698] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Colonel John Fenton. [1775-06-27] New-Hampshire, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0698] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Colonel John Fenton. [1775-06-30] New-Hampshire, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0698] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Colonel John Fenton. [1775-07-01] New-Hampshire, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0698] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee from Connecticut to the New-York Congress. [1775-05-24] Wales, Nathaniel; Burr, Thaddeus; Edwards, Pierpont. [S4-V2-p0843] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Captain Delaplace to the Assembly of Connecticut. The Fortress of Ticonderoga, of which he had the command, was taken on the 10th instant, by one Ethan Allen, and the Garrison made prisoners and sent to Hartford. Requests to know by what authority Allen took them, and why they are detained. [1775-05-24] Delaplace, William, Captain. [S4-V2-p0698] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Provincial Congress to the Inhabitants of Massachusetts-Bay. [1775-05-24] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0699] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Enoch Freeman to Samuel Freeman, at Watertown. He cannot attend the Committee of Safety, but will render any service in his power in the more exposed eastern parts of the Province. [1775-05-24] Freeman, Enoch. [S4-V2-p0700] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Enemies to the Rights and Liberties of the Country, who have aided the plans of a tyrannical ruler and an abandoned Ministry, disarmed at Worcester, Massachusetts, and ordered not to leave the Town or meet together. [1775-05-24] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0700] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

No evidence has appeared before the Committee of Woburn, in Massachusetts, to prove Major Benjamin Thompson, of Concord, New-Hampshire, an enemy to the liberties of the Country. [1775-05-24] Massachusetts, Woburn Committee of Correspondence; Wyman, Samuel. [S4-V2-p0701] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

John Ackerman and others, of New-Hampshire, charged as inimical to the liberties of America, acquitted and discharged. [1775-05-24] New-Hampshire, Portsmouth Committee of Safety; New-Hampshire, Greenland Committee of Safety; New-Hampshire, Rye Committee of Safety; Wentworth, H.; Haven, John; Parsons, Joseph. [S4-V2-p0701] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

John Folsom. [1775-05-23] New-Hampshire, Portsmouth Committee of Safety; McIntyre, Neal. [S4-V2-p0701] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Richmond County, Virginia, Committee. Resolutions, disapproving of the Address of the Council of Virginia to the People. [1775-05-25] Virginia, Richmond County Committee; Peachy, Le Roy. [S4-V2-p0701] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Lancaster County, Virginia, Committee. Resolutions justifying themselves and their constituents from the imputations of the Governour in his Speech to the Council, on the 2d of May, and their advice and the Proclamation of the 3d of May. [1775-05-25] Virginia, Lancaster County Committee. [S4-V2-p0702] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Meeting of the Inhabitants of the Borough of Norfolk, in Virginia. Resolve to have no dealings with any person who shall give any assistance to the enemies of the Confederated Colonies. [1775-05-25] Virginia, Norfolk Town Meeting; Davies, William. [S4-V2-p0703] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address to the People of Virginia. [1775-05-25] Voluntarius (pseudo.). [S4-V2-p0703] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Meeting of the Officers of twenty Militia Companies, at Dover, in Delaware. Approve and sign an Association, and appoint Field-Officers for the Upper and Lower Regiments of the County. [1775-05-25] McCall, Mark. [S4-V2-p0704] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Arthur St. Clair to Governour Penn. State of affairs at Pittsburgh, the proceedings of Connolly, under Lord Dunmore, has thrown every thing in confusion. An Association has been formed in the County for the defence of American Liberty. Connolly has sent Messengers to the Indians, and it is understood he is preparing to decamp. [1775-05-25] St. Clair, Arthur. [S4-V2-p0704] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Provincial Congress of New-York to the Governour of Connecticut. Orders have been given to remove the Cannon and Stores taken at Ticonderoga, to the south end of Lake George. New-York will make no objections to the sending of Troops from Connecticut for the protection of Ticonderoga. [1775-05-25] New-York, Congress; Livingston, Peter Van Brugh; McKesson, John; Benson, Robert. [S4-V2-p0705] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolution of the Continental Congress directing the removal of the Stores from Ticonderoga. [1775-05-18] Continental Congress; Thompson, Charles; Remsen, Henry; New-York, Congress. [S4-V2-p0706] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Provincial Congress of New-York to the Agents appointed by them to superintend the removal of the Cannon and Stores from Ticonderoga. [1775-05-25] . [S4-V2-p1251] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Instructions to the Agents, enclosed in the foregoing Letter. [1775-05-18] . [S4-V2-p1251] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Spencer to the Assembly of Connecticut. [1775-05-25] Spencer, Joseph, Colonel. [S4-V2-p0706] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Trumbull to the Massachusetts Congress. As the enterprise against Ticonderoga was a private undertaking, without any publick authority, it has been thought proper to take the advice of the Continental Congress upon the manner of treating it in future. [1775-05-25] Trumbull, Jonathan, Governour of Connecticut. [S4-V2-p0706] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Thomas to the Provincial Congress. Thanks them for his appointment as Lieutenant-General of the Massachusetts Army. [1775-05-25] Thomas, John, General. [S4-V2-p0707] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Joseph Warren to the Massachusetts Congress. [1775-05-25] Warren, Joseph. [S4-V2-p0707] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Malden, Massachusetts, to the Committee of Safety. [1775-05-25] Massachusetts, Malden Committee of Correspondence and Inspection; Thacher, Peter; Blaney, Benjamin; Story, Elisha. [S4-V2-p0708] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition from the Inhabitants of Machias to the Massachusetts Congress. [1775-05-25] Longfellow, John; Clark, Abraham; Flinn, James; Boynton, Amos; Underwood, B. D. J.; Sinkler, John; Chaloner, William; Albee, William; Hill, Daniel; Longfellow, Nathan; Lyon, James; Elliott, James; Young, Timothy; Merrill, Bradbury; Millberry, Samuel; Watts, John; Barnum, Samuel; Colbroth, James; Farnsworth, Jonas; Hathaway, Eleazer; Foster, Ezekiel; Littlefield, Solomon; Libby, Jacob; Holway, Lodowick; How, Micajah; Gatchell, Benjamin; Young, Stephen; Bodwin, William; Chaloner, John; Gooch, Benjamin, Jr.; Brown, Jonathan; Clifford, Joseph; Sealey, Joseph, Jr.; Sealey, George; Chase, John; Chase, Ephraim; Rice, Beriah; Andrews, Israel. [S4-V2-p0708] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Correspondence for Cumberland County to the Massachusetts Congress. [1775-05-25] Massachusetts, Cumberland County Committee of Correspondence; Preble, Jedediah. [S4-V2-p0709] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Thomas Barnard to the Salem Committee of Safety. His declaration of attachment to the cause of America. [1775-05-25] Barnard, Thomas, Jr.. [S4-V2-p0710] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of Safety for Salem, Massachusetts. The declaration of the Rev. Thomas Barnard, satisfactory, and he should be hereafter looked upon as a friend to his Country. [1775-05-25] Massachusetts, Salem Committee of Safety and Correspondence; Derby, Richard, Jr.. [S4-V2-p0710] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Committee for Charlestown, South-Carolina, prohibit the exportation of Corn from the Province, and require eight thousand bushels of Salt, imported in the Brigantine Hannah, from Liverpool, to be forthwith sent back, the Salt having been shipped at Liverpool as Merchandise, with intent to put the American Association at defiance. [1775-05-26] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0710] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Loudoun County, Virginia, Committee. Disapprove of Lord Dunmore's seizing the Powder, and approve of the measures of Patrick Henry and the Hanover Volunteers. [1775-05-26] Virginia, Loudoun County Committee; Johnston, George. [S4-V2-p0710] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the President of the Continental Congress to the New-York Congress, enclosing the Resolutions of Congress of May 25, recommending the establishment of Posts at or near King's Bridge, and in the Highlands, and other measures of defence. [1775-05-26] Hancock, John. [S4-V2-p0844] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Enclosure. [1775-05-25] Continental Congress; Thomson, Charles. [S4-V2-p0844] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Provincial Congress of New-Jersey to the Provincial Congress of New-York. An uniform plan of conduct should be adopted by the Colonies, and they have applied for the advice and direction of the Continental Congress on that subject, they also recommend the establishment of a correspondence between the Colonies. [1775-05-26] New-Jersey, Provincial Congress; Fisher, Hendrick. [S4-V2-p0845] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-York Congress to the Massachusetts Committee of Safety. [1775-05-26] New-York, Congress; Livingston, Peter Van Brugh. [S4-V2-p0711] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Samuel Tudor to the New-York Congress, in behalf of the Independent Artillery Company, for Ammunition, and c.. [1775-05-26] Tuder, Samuel, Captain. [S4-V2-p0845] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-York Congress to their Delegates in the Continental Congress. The subject of issuing a Paper Currency is now under consideration, and they wish to consider it further before the Continental Congress comes toa final determination on the subject. [1775-05-26] New-York, Congress. [S4-V2-p0845] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Albany Committee to the New-York Congress, enclosing a number of papers relating to the present state of affairs in the Northern parts of the Province. [1775-05-26] New-York, Albany Committee of Safety, Correspondence, and Protection; Stringer, Samuel. [S4-V2-p0712] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extracts of intercepted Letters, enclosed in a Letter from the Albany Committee to the Provincial Congress of New-York, dated May 26. [1775-05-01] New-York, Albany Committee of Safety, Correspondence, and Protection; Cupbarge, George, Lieutenant. [S4-V2-p0846] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extracts of intercepted Letters, enclosed in a Letter from the Albany Committee to the Provincial Congress of New-York, dated May 26. [1775-05-02] New-York, Albany Committee of Safety, Correspondence, and Protection; Meredith, Randle. [S4-V2-p0846] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extracts of intercepted Letters, enclosed in a Letter from the Albany Committee to the Provincial Congress of New-York, dated May 26. [1775-04-26] New-York, Albany Committee of Safety, Correspondence, and Protection; Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0846] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extracts of intercepted Letters, enclosed in a Letter from the Albany Committee to the Provincial Congress of New-York, dated May 26. [1775-04-27] New-York, Albany Committee of Safety, Correspondence, and Protection; McCord, John. [S4-V2-p0846] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Ethan Allen to the Assembly of Connecticut. Letter from Ethan Allen, Colonel of the Green Mountain Boys, to the several Tribes of Indians in Canada, inviting them to join him. [1775-05-26] Allen, Ethan. [S4-V2-p0713] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Benedict Arnold to the Massachusetts Committee of Safety. [1775-05-26] Arnold, Benedict. [S4-V2-p0714] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Massachusetts Congress to the Congress of New-York. They have directed Mr. Arnold to send from Ticonderoga such of the Cannon as can be spared, for the use of the Army in Massachusetts. General Gage has broken his faith with the Inhabitants of Boston: after they had delivered up their Arms he refused to let them go. New-York may profit by their example. [1775-05-26] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0715] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Joseph Hawley to the Massachusetts Committee of Safety, requesting copies of Col. Benedict Arnold's Commission, Instructions, and c. [1775-05-26] Hawley, Joseph. [S4-V2-p0716] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Benjamin Greenleaf to the Massachusetts Congress, requesting to be excused from serving on the Committee of Safety. [1775-05-26] Greenleaf, Benjamin. [S4-V2-p0716] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Massachusetts Committee of Safety to the Provincial Congress, complaining of Colonel Jonathan Brewer, of Waltham. [1775-05-26] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0716] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Massachusetts Congress to the New-Hampshire Congress, urging them to send forward with all speed the Troops they have been raising ,to serve against the common enemy. [1775-05-26] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress; Warren, Joseph. [S4-V2-p0717] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Captain Benjamin Bullard to the Massachusetts Committee of Safety. [1775-05-26] Bullard, Benjamin, Captain; Leland, John, Captain; Drury, Thomas, Captain; Russell, Thaddeus, Captain. [S4-V2-p0717] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Frederick County, Virginia, Committee. No measures with Administration, which may affect the Liberties of America, ought to be agreed to by this Colony without the concurrence of the other Colonies. [1775-05-27] Virginia, Frederick County Committee; Heth, William. [S4-V2-p0718] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Prince George's County, Maryland, Committee. Thomas Bailly has committed a wilful violation of the Continental Association, in selling imported Salt, and John Baynes has violated the Continental and Provincial Association by killing a Lamb. [1775-05-27] Maryland, Prince George's County Committee of Observation; Beall, Josias. [S4-V2-p0718] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Abraham Lott to the New-York Congress, requesting their direction whether he shall comply with an order to supply His Majesty's Ship Asia with Provisions. [1775-05-27] Lott, Abraham. [S4-V2-p0846] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Trumbull to the New-York Congress, on the threatened attack from the Province of Quebeck on Ticonderoga and Crown Point. [1775-05-27] Trumbull, Jonathan, Governour of Connecticut. [S4-V2-p0846] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Assembly of Connecticut to the Massachusetts Congress. They think the stand should be made at Ticonderoga, and not at Fort George, as advised by the Continental Congress, which advice they have desired their Delegates to request may be reconsidered. [1775-05-27] Connecticut, General Assembly; Williams, William. [S4-V2-p0719] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Account of the battle at Chelsea, Hog-Island, and c., in Massachusetts. [1775-05-27] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0719] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Representation of the Selectmen of Waltham to the Massachusetts Committee of Safety, charging Major Abijah Brown with being unfriendly to the Country. [1775-05] Massachusetts, Waltham Selectmen; Dix, Jonas; Bridge, Nathaniel; Brown, Josiah; Clark, John. [S4-V2-p0720] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Safety to the Massachusetts Congress, referring to them the complaint against Major Abijah Brown. [1775-05-27] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety; White, Benjamin. [S4-V2-p0721] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Major Brown acquitted of the charges against him by the Provincial Congress. [1775-05] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress; Perkins, Richard. [S4-V2-p0721] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Massachusetts Congress to the Continental Congress. The order to remove the Cannon from Ticonderoga to this Colony was given without the slightest intention of offence to New-York. It is of the utmost importance that Ticonderoga, or some Post near it, should be maintained, to interrupt the water communication between Canada and the Colonies. [1775-05-27] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress; Warren, Joseph. [S4-V2-p0721] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Massachusetts Congress to the Assembly of Connecticut. Before any thing further is done in relation to Ticonderoga the advice of the Continental Congress should be had, and also the special advice of New-York, in whose jurisdiction it is. [1775-05-27] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0722] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Massachusetts Congress to Col. Benedict Arnold, at Ticonderoga. [1775-05-27] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0723] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Instructions to Colonel Henshaw, appointed by the Massachusetts Congress to proceed to the Governour of Connecticut, to ascertain if provision is made for securing and maintaining Ticonderoga. [1775-05-28] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0723] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Henshaw to Joseph Warren. [1775-05-28] Henshaw, Joseph, Colonel. [S4-V2-p0723] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Minutes of Colonel Joseph Henshaw's journey to Connecticut. [1775-05-28] Henshaw, Joseph, Colonel. [S4-V2-p0721] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Selectmen of Partridgefield to the Massachusetts Congress. [1775-05-27] Massachusetts, Partridgefield Selectmen; Stowell, Nathaniel. [S4-V2-p0721] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Condition of New-Hampshire, as delivered by their Delegates to the Continental Congress. [1775-05-27] New-Hampshire Delegates, Continental Congress. [S4-V2-p0725] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Recantation of Ebenezer Loverin, of Kensington, New-Hampshire. [1775-05-27] Loverin, Ebenezer. [S4-V2-p0725] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Gouverneur Morris to Richard Henry Lee. A favourable sentence in Rivington's case, which has been referred to the Continental Congress, will be highly agreeable to most men in New-York. [1775-05] Morris, Gouverneur. [S4-V2-p0726] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Richard Henry Lee to Gouverneur Morris. Happily for the cause of humanity, the Colonies are now united, and may bid defiance to Tyranny and its infamous abetters. Mr. Rivington's case, and all others of a like kind, are referred to the Colony Conventions where the offence was committed. [1775-05-28] Lee, Richard Henry. [S4-V2-p0726] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Massachusetts Committee of Safety to Colonel Benedict Arnold. [1775-05-28] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0726] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Charles County, Maryland, Committee. John Baillie and Patrick Graham of Port Tobacco, for their infamous conduct in importing Dry-Goods in violation of the Continental Association, to be held up as enemies of American Liberty, and all persons to leave off dealing with them. [1775-05-29] Maryland, Charles County Committee; Gwinn, John. [S4-V2-p0727] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

New-York Committee, May 29, 1775. [1775-05-29] New-York Committee. [S4-V2-p0727] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

New-York Committee. All persons having any Osnaburghs, Ravens' Duck, Russia Sheeting, and c., are requested not to dispose of them until the Provincial Congress shall determine on the expediency of detaining them for their own use. [1775-05-29] New-York Committee; Remsen, Henry. [S4-V2-p0728] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-York Congress to the Provincial Congress of New-Jersey. Nothing at this critical juncture can tend more to ensure success than an uniform plan of conduct for the several Colonies, to this end we ought to look to the Continental Congress. [1775-05-29] New-York, Congress. [S4-V2-p1260] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-York Congress to their Delegates at Philadelphia. There is no Powder to be purchased in the City, and scarce any in the whole Colony, and a very considerable number of the Inhabitants are without Arms. [1775-05-29] New-York, Congress. [S4-V2-p1260] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-York Congress to the Committees in the several Counties, requesting that the Resolution for subscribing the Association may be carried into effect without delay, and that the names of those who refuse to sign may be returned to the Congress. [1775-05-29] New-York, Congress. [S4-V2-p1261] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-York Congress to Governour Trumbull. New-York not being able to take command of the Posts of Crown Point and Ticonderoga, wishes Connecticut to do so. [1775-05-29] New-York, Congress; Livingston, Peter Van Brugh. [S4-V2-p0728] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Memorandum by Colonel Arnold of the Men and Military Stores required for the ensuing Summer. [1775-05-29] Arnold, Benedict. [S4-V2-p0847] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Trumbull to the New-York Congress. Colonel Hinman with one thousand Men ordered to Ticonderoga, for the protection of that Post and Crown Point. [1775-05-29] Trumbull, Jonathan, Governour of Connecticut. [S4-V2-p0847] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from J. Trumbull, Jun., to his Brother, at Cambridge. [1775-05-29] Trumbull, Jonathan, Jr.. [S4-V2-p0728] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of New-Milford, in the County of Litchfield, Connecticut, publish Zachariah Ferris, Joseph Ferris, Jun., James Osborne, Daniel Taylor, Nathaniel Taylor and Hezekiah Stevens, Jun., all of New-Milford, as persons to be universally neglected and treated as incorrigible enemies to the rights of British America. [1775-05-29] Connecticut, New-Milford Committee of Observation; Canfield, Samuel. [S4-V2-p0730] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Selectmen of New-Haven to Governour Trumbull. [1775-05-29] Connecticut, New-Haven Selectmen; Atwater, Jeremiah; Doolittle, Isaac; Gilbert, James. [S4-V2-p0730] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Trumbull to the Massachusetts Congress, informing them of the measures taken for the security of Crown Point and Ticonderoga. [1775-05-29] Trumbull, Jonathan, Governour of Connecticut. [S4-V2-p0730] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to the Albany Committee. Connecticut has made provision, with the consent of New-York, for the protection of Ticonderoga and Crown Point. [1775-05-29] Connecticut, General Assembly. [S4-V2-p0731] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from William Gilleland to the Continental Congress, on the protection of the Northern frontiers of New-York. [1775-05-29] Gilleland, William. [S4-V2-p0731] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Military Companies forming in various parts of New-Jersey. [1775-05-29] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0732] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Ethan Allen to the Continental Congress, showing the injurious effects of abandoning Ticonderoga and Crown Point. [1775-05-29] Allen, Ethan. [S4-V2-p0732] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Benedict Arnold to the Continental Congress. Informs them of his participation in the capture of Ticonderoga, and of his subsequent proceedings there. Remonstrates against the abandonment of Ticonderoga, five hundred families to the north of it will be left to the mercy of the King's Troops and the Indians. [1775-05-29] Arnold, Benedict. [S4-V2-p0734] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Benedict Arnold to the Massachusetts Committee of Safety. Surprised and alarmed on learning the order of the Continental Congress to remove the Stores from Ticonderoga to Fort George. Colonel Allen has entirely given up the command. [1775-05-29] Arnold, Benedict. [S4-V2-p0735] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Massachusetts Congress to Governour Trumbull, showing the importance of retaining possession of Ticonderoga. [1775-05-29] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0735] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Massachusetts Congress to the New-Hampshire Congress. The measure taken by the Continental Congress, of abandoning Ticonderoga, will be highly injurious to the Colonies east of Hudson's River. [1775-05-29] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress; Warren, Joseph. [S4-V2-p0737] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Sandwich to the Massachusetts Congress, giving a statement of facts relating to the capture of several Vessels by Capt. Lindsey, of the Falcon, sloop-of-war. [1775-05-29] Massachusetts, Sandwich Committee of Correspondence; Freeman, Nathaniel. [S4-V2-p0738] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Massachusettss Provicincal Congress on the Remonstrance from Sandwich. [1775-07-01] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress; Richmond, Ezra. [S4-V2-p0738] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Salem to the Massachusetts Committee of Safety. They are satisfied of the propriety of Mr. Stephen Higginson's conduct, in the answers he gave when on examination before the House of Commons. [1775-05-29] Massachusetts, Salem Committee of Safety and Correspondence; Derby, Richard, Jr.; Pickering, Timothy, Jr.. [S4-V2-p0739] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel John Stark to the New-Hampshire Congress. [1775-05-29] Stark, John, Colonel. [S4-V2-p0739] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Portmouth, New-Hampshire, to the Committee of Newburyport. Two Provision Vessels seized in the Harbour by Captain Barclay, of the King's Ship Scarborough. [1775-05-29] New-Hampshire, Portsmouth Committee of Correspondence; Wentworth, H.. [S4-V2-p0740] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Newburyport Committee on the letter from the Portsmouth Committee. [1775-05-30] Massachusetts, Newburyport Committee of Correspondence; Greenleaf, Benjamin. [S4-V2-p0740] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Particular account of the capture of the Provision Vessels. Orders given by General Gage and Admiral Graves, to take every Vessel with Provisions met with on any station, and send them to Boston, for supplies for the Army and Navy. [1775-05-30] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0740] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address to General Gage. [1775-05-29] Junius Americanus (pseudo.). [S4-V2-p0741] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of Safety, meets at Concord, Committee of Supplies to furnish an exact account of all Provisions and Stores. [1775-04-05] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0741] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Cannon in Concord to be disposed of immediately within the Town, Powder at Leicester to be removed to Concord, Colonel Gardner chosen one of the Committee of Safety, by the Provincial Congress, in place of Deacon Fisher, resigned. [1775-04-14] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0741] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Application to be made to certain persons to take command of Artillery Companies, Colonel Barret requested to raise an Artillery Company, Pay of Artillery Companies established, Four Cannon sent to Groton to Colonel Prescott, Two brass Mortars sent to Acton, Committee of Safety and Committee of Supplies adjourn to Menotomy. [1775-04-17] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0742] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Four brass Cannon to be under the care of the Boston Company and Captain Robinson. [1775-04-18] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0743] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to Captain Timothy Bigelow. [1775-04-17] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety; Pigeon, J.. [S4-V2-p0743] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

All the Ammunition of the Province to be deposited in nine different Towns, Provisions to be removed from Concord to Sudbury, Six Companies of Matrosses, Disposition to made of the Cannon, Powder, and Military Stores of all kinds. [1775-04-18] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0743] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to Colonel Barrett, countermanding the order to remove the Powder from Leicester to Concord. [1775-04-19] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety; Pigeon, J.. [S4-V2-p0744] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Form of Enlistment adopted, Eight thousand effective Men to be enlisted, to serve for seven months. [1775-04-21] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0744] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Colonel Gridley and his son, and David Mason, required to attend the Committee immediately, Field-Pieces to be prepared for action immediately, Captain Dexter to conceal the Cannon in his charge, General Officers required to make a Return of such Officers and Soldiers as are engaged to serve in the Massachusetts Army, and to give in a List of such as they deem qualified for Field-Officers. [1775-04-21] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0744] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Military Stores to be removed from the Seaport Towns, Intrenching Tools to be inspected and repaired. [1775-04-22] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0745] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Field-Officers of Minute-Men at Cambridge required to attend the Committee immediately, Inhabitants of Chelsea and Malden forbidden to fire upon the Seamen under Admiral Graves. [1775-04-24] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0745] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

The Cannon at Marlborough to be brought to Waltham and mounted, Col. Freeman, of Sandwich, to secure the Whale Boats at Cape Cod, Beating Orders for enlistment of persons belonging to New-Hampshire, Provincial Congress requested to reduce the Companies to fifty-nine Men each, Escort to the Members of Continental Congress. [1775-04-25] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0745] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Preble at Falmouth, requested to attend at Cambridge, Fifteen of the Prisoners at Concord removed to Worcester Jail. Provincial Congress requested to make an Establishment for Armourers, Enlistments in the Army encouraged, Order of the 24th instant, forbidding the Inhabitants of Chelsea and Malden to fire on the Seamen under command of Admiral Graves, rescinded, Inhabitants of Chelsea and Malden authorized to defend themselves as their judgment may direct. [1775-04-26] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0746] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Warrant for supplying an Express. [1775-04-26] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0746] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Certificate to Dr. Bond. [1775-04-26] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety; Warren, Joseph. [S4-V2-p0746] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Instructions to Captain Derby, intrusted with intelligence to the Agent in England, Letters sent to Rhode-Island and Connecticut, Colonel Glover to prevent intelligence being sent to the Lively, Ship-of-War, at Marblehead. [1775-04-27] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0747] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Post-Riders, between the Army and Worcester, recommended, General Gage's Precepts for calling an Assembly not to be noticed, None living in New-York, or any other Government, to be enlisted for the service of this Province, Cannon at Medford to be brought to Cambridge, Inhabitants of Boston yesterday surrendered their Fire-Arms, as they had agreed to do, with General Gage, Committee to take the state of Boston into consideration. [1775-04-28] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0747] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to take into consideration the removal of the Inhabitants from Boston, Neighbouring Towns required to send one-half of their Militia to Cambridge and Roxbury, Expresses to press as many Horses as they have occasion for, General Ward to apply to the Commissary for such Stores as he may have occasion for, Dr. Foster authorized to remove the sick and wounded to the Hospital, Captain Benedict Arnold, with a Company, arrived from Connecticut, General Thomas ordered to seize Governour Hutchinson's Papers. [1775-04-29] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0747] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Captain Benedict Arnold reports the quantity of Cannon at Ticonderoga, and that the Fortress is in a ruinous condition, Province Arms at Worcester or Concord to be brought to Cambridge, Committee to form a plan for the liberation of the Inhabitants of Boston. [1775-04-30] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0748] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders to Colonel Gerrish. [1775-04-30] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety; Warren, Joseph. [S4-V2-p0749] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

John Pierce Palmer appointed Quartermaster-General of the Army, Inhabitants of the Colony desirous of removing into Boston, permitted to do so. [1775-04-30] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0749] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Paper Currencies of Connecticut and Rhode Island to pass in Massachusetts, Rev. Mr. Gordon to have free access to the Prisoners. [1775-05-01] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0749] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee on the proposal of Colonel Arnold, for an attempt on Ticonderoga, Recantations from Marblehead received, Money, and c., to be delivered to Captain Arnold, for the use of the Colony, upon a certain service, approved of by the Council of War, Colonel Arnold appointed to a secret service, authorized to appoint certain Officers, Ten Horses to be procured for Colonel Arnold, to be employed on a special service. [1775-05-02] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0750] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Malden and Chelsea. [1775-05-03] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0751] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders to Colonel Arnold, relative to an attempt upon Ticonderoga. [1775-05-03] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety; Church, Benjamin. [S4-V2-p0751] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Braintree. [1775-05-03] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0751] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

The publick good of the Colony requires that Government in full form ought to be taken up immediately. [1775-05-04] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0751] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Guns. [1775-05-04] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0752] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to the Governour of Connecticut, requesting him to forward three or four thousand Troops, Committee to confer with the Council of War, on the arrival of re-enforcements at Boston. [1775-05-04] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0752] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

To prevent the appointment of Surgeons who may not be agreeable to the Officers and Soldiers, Colonels are to nominate them, Committee for Chelsea to prevent Provisions from being carried into Boston. [1775-05-07] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0752] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Recommend a new Commission for the Committee of Safety Council of War recommend a re-enforcement of two thousand Men to be brought into Camp the ensuing night, A Court of Inquiry proposed for the trial of accused persons. [1775-05-09] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0753] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Many Batteaus, Whale Boats, and others, will very soon be wanted on Charles River, and Carpenters are ordered to be engaged to make them. [1775-05-10] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0753] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to the Colonels of the Army, informing a blow is meditated against the enemy, and ordering them to repair forthwith to Cambridge. [1775-05-10] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0753] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Old Campaigner. [1775-05-08] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0754] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Gage intends soon to come out of Boston. [1775-05-10] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0754] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to the Provincial Congress, enclosing the foregoing orders. [1775-05-10] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0754] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

William Goodwin empowered to take possession of a number of Boats in Charlestown, and to press Teams to take the Boats to Cambridge. [1775-05-10] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0754] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Provisions. [1775-05-10] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0754] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Provincial Congress requested to establish a Court of Inquiry for the trial of suspected persons. [1775-05-11] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety; Cooper, William. [S4-V2-p0754] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

May 11, 1775. [1775-05-11] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0755] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

May 12, 1775. [1775-05-12] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0755] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Works recommended to be erected to prevent the enemy from passing into the country from Boston, The determination of this matter rests with the Council of War, Seizure of Tories, and detaining them until Gen. Gage complies with his engagement made with the Inhabitants of Boston, recommended, Committee adjourns to Congress, upon matters of great importance. [1775-05-12] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety; Church, Benjamin; Henshaw, William. [S4-V2-p0755] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

May 13, 1775. [1775-05-13] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0755] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Andrew Craigie empowered to impress beds, bedding, and other necessaries for the sick. [1775-05-14] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0756] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Josiah Martin having promised, with his life and fortune, to stand for the defence of his Country, is to be received into the favour of his country-men. [1775-05-14] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0756] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Live Stock to be taken from Hog-Island, Noddle-Island and Snake-Island, Persons escaping from Boston, to be received and protected. [1775-05-14] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0757] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Account of Ordnance and Military Stores. [1775-05-15] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety; Shepherd, Alexander, Jr.. [S4-V2-p0757] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Votes. [1775-05-15] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0758] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Lady Frankland permitted to pass into Boston, with certain goods and articles for her voyage. [1775-05-15] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety; Church, Benjamin. [S4-V2-p0758] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Note from Lady Frankland to Dr. Warren. (Note). [1775-05-15] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0758] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Note from Lady Frankland to the Committee of Safety. (Note). [1775-05-15] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0758] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letters from New-York, relative to the establishing a Post-Office, referred to the Provincial Congress. [1775-05-15] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0758] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Certificate. [1775-05-15] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0759] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Permit. [1775-05-15] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0759] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

John Goddard. [1775-05-15] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0759] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Fifty-four Whale Boats to be provided for the use of the Colony, Establishment for the Companies of Matrosses, Ten Swivels to be provided for the use of the Army. [1775-05-16] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0759] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to repair to the Provincial Congress, and request that the duty of the Committee of Safety be precisely stated, General Gage not having kept his agreement with the Inhabitants of Boston, it is recommended to the Provincial Congress to rescind their Resolution of the 30th of April, founded on that agreement, Students of Harvard College, who had been furnished with Arms, are requested to return them, Female friends to America requested to send such quantities of Rags as they can spare for the Surgeons of the Massachusetts Forces. [1775-05-17] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0760] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Capt. John Lane furnished with enlisting papers for raising a Company of Indians at the Eastward. [1775-05-19] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0761] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Colonel Gerrish. [1775-05-19] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0761] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Mr. Newall. [1775-05-19] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0761] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to the several Colonels, requesting immediate Returns. [1775-05-19] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0761] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Horse and Sulkey furnished Dr. Church, for his journey to Philadelphia. [1775-05-19] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0761] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

No Slave to be admitted into the Army. [1775-05-20] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0761] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Post-Riders discharged. [1775-05-22] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0762] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Congress requested to take measures to secure the Stock on the Islands and Sea-Coasts, Thirty thousand Men considered necessary for the defence of the lives, liberty and property of the Americans, and not more than twenty-four thousand having been raised by the several Colonies, the matter is laid before the Congress. [1775-05-23] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety; White, Benjamin. [S4-V2-p0762] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Immediate removal of the Sheep and Hay from Noddle Island recommended. [1775-05-24] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0762] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

May 26, 1775. [1775-05-26] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0763] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

May 27, 1775. [1775-05-27] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0763] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

May 28, 1775. [1775-05-28] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0764] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of Cohasset requested to restore to Mr. Temple his Property, and they and all others to treat him as a friend to this Country and to the rights of all America, Rev. Mr. Gordon of Roxbury authorized to receive from Capt. McLane a volume of copies of Governour Hutchinson's Letters. [1775-05-29] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0764] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Elisha Littenwell directed to remove from Chelsea to Cambridge the Cannon and Stores of a Schooner burned by our People. [1775-05-30] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0764] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Mr. Quincy to Mr. Adams, read in the Congress, and sent to Dr. Warren, Committee to take Depositions of the transactions of the Troops under General Gage, in their route to and from Concord, on Wednesday last, to be sent to England. [1775-04-22] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0763] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

An Army of thirty thousand Men necessary for the defence of the Colony, Thirteen thousand six hundred Men to be immediately raised in this Province, Committee to bring in a plan for the establishment of the Army, Committees to New-Hampshire, Connecticut and Rhode-Island, to request their concurrence in raising the Army, Doctor Warren elected President, Establishment of the Army, Committees of the several Towns requested to furnish enlisted Men with Blankets. [1775-04-23] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0765] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of Safety or Committee of Supplies empowered to impress Horses or Teams, Committee to attend the Committee of Safety, to name suitable persons for Officers in the Army now raising, Letters from Hartford read and forwarded to the Committee of Safety at Cambridge. [1775-04-24] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0766] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Motion to ascertain the number of delinquent Towns and Districts rejected, Proceedings with the Indian Nations to be kept secret. Other matters before the Congress to be left to the discretion of each Member, Companies in each Regiment to be reduced from one hundred Men to fifty-nine Men each, and each Regiment to ten Companies. [1775-04-25] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0767] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Nathaniel Peaslee Sargeant and Jonathan Webster. [1775-04-25] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0768] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to draught a Letter to the Agent in Great Britain, William Burbeck appointed an Engineer of the Forces now raising in this Colony for the defence of the rights and liberties of the American Continent, Richard Gridley appointed Chief Engineer. [1775-04-26] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0768] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to consider the state of the Eastern parts of the Province, Committee of Supplies directed to procure Powder and Ball for the Colony, and to furnish what can be spared to the Eastern Towns. [1775-04-26] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0769] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Marblehead, Salem and Newburyport required to sell four half-barrels of Powder each, to the Towns of York, Welles, Biddeford and Boothbay. [1775-04-26] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0769] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Thanks to the Reverend Ministers. [1775-04-26] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0769] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to inquire what provision is made for a Post to ride from the Army to Worcester, and also to procure a Writ issued by General Gage for calling an Assembly in May next, Motion by Mr. Gerry that the Committees of the Seaport Towns in the County of Essex be advised to have all the effects of the Inhabitants removed as soon as possible, Committee to get an exact account of the Men killed and wounded and murdered in the late scene, on the 19th instant, Committee to make true copies of the Depositions, and have them signed and authenticated. [1775-04-27] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0770] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Mr. Samuel Freeman appointed Secretary Pro Tempore. [1775-04-28] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0771] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to confer with the Gentlemen from New-Hampshire, and to lay before them the Letters just received from New-York, dated April 19. Letter to the Convention of New-Hampshire. [1775-04-28] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0771] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to consult with the Committee from New-Hampshire respecting the New-Hampshire Forces, now at Cambridge, Committee to consider a Letter from Stephen Hopkins, dated Providence, April 27, Committee to consider the expediency of establishing Post-Riders between the Massachusetts Forces and the Town of Worcester, Committee to consider the propriety of advising the Towns not to notice the precepts issued by General Gage for calling a General Assembly, Committee to prepare the form of a Commission for the Officers of the Army now forming in this Province, Committee to prepare Rules for the government of the House, Committee to ascertain what has taken place for the release of our friends in Boston, Committee to bring in a Resolve empowering the Committee of Supplies to procure Provisions and Military Stores for the Army now forming in this Colony. [1775-04-28] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0771] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Papers presented, containing the Proceedings of the Town of Boston with General Gage, Committee of Safety requested to report on the Papers. [1775-04-29] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0772] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Rules for the government of the Congress adopted. [1775-04-29] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0772] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter and Resolve be Prepared. [1775-04-29] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0773] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of Supplies empowered to purchase every kind of Military Stores, Provisions and all other Supplies, for the use of the Forces of this Colony. [1775-04-29] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0773] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee on the Letter to Stephen Hopkins. [1775-04-29] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0773] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Pay of Field-Officers reduced. [1775-04-29] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0773] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Mr. Rawson. [1775-04-29] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0774] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

County Committees to report, on the fourth Wednesday in May, the conduct of the Towns and Districts with respect to their having executed the Continental and Provincial measures for the preservation of this Country from slavery. [1775-04-29] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0774] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to consider on some method for supplying the Treasury, Committee to confer with Jos. Brown, of Rhode-Island, Letter from New-York, dated April 24, recommending the intercepting of the Despatches to General Gage. [1775-04-29] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0774] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

State and situation of the Cannon and Military Stores. [1775-04-29] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety; Warren, Joseph; Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0775] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Colonel Grout. [1775-04-30] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0775] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Express sent to the Committee of Safety, to procure their result with respect to moving out the Inhabitants of Boston, Letter to the Committee of Safety, sent by the Express. [1775-04-30] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress; Murray, John. [S4-V2-p0775] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to inquire into the conduct of the several Towns relative to Prisoners of War. [1775-04-30] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0776] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve from the Committee of Safety, respecting the liberation of the Inhabitants of Boston, accepted, and ordered to be sent to the Selectmen of Boston, to be communicated to Gen. Gage. [1775-04-30] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0776] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to examine the Papers of the Congress, and report what may be published, Letter from Major Hawley, respecting the Bearer of Despatches for General Gage, referred to Committee of Safety, Motion that William Read be admitted to state the sufferings he met with on the 19th April, rejected. Committee to confer with him. [1775-05-01] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0776] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Form of Commission for Colony Officers. [1775-05-01] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0777] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Pass for the use of Members of Congress. [1775-05-01] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0777] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolutions for the removal of the Poor from Boston. [1775-05-01] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0777] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report of Committee on application of William Read. [1775-05-01] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0779] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Joseph Warren chosen President. [1775-05-02] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0779] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee on securing the Records of the Counties. [1775-05-02] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0779] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to the Delegates from this Colony in Connecticut. [1775-05-02] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0780] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to forward to the Continental Congress copies of the Depositions, and Address to the Inhabitants of Great Britain, and Letter to Mr. Franklin, lately sent to Great Britain. [1775-05-02] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0781] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Effects of persons removing into Boston may be sent there. [1775-05-02] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0781] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee on liberating the persons taken Prisoners on the 19th of April. [1775-05-02] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress; Dexter, S.. [S4-V2-p0781] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders. [1775-05-03] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0782] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of Supplies directed to furnish Colonel Benedict Arnold ten Horses, and Powder, Lead and Flints. [1775-05-03] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0782] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to revise the Commission of the Committee of Supplies. [1775-05-03] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0782] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Receiver-General directed to borrow One Hundred Thousand Pounds. [1775-05-03] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0782] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Horses and Carriages of Members of this Congress excepted from impressment, Committee to procure a Copperplate for printing the Colony Notes. [1775-05-03] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0783] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report on a Resolve relative to borrowing money. [1775-05-03] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0783] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report of the Committee on the Advance pay of Soldiers. [1775-05-03] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0783] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Rev. Mr. Gordon chosen Chaplain to the Congress during their session in Watertown. [1775-05-03] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0783] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report of Committee on liberating Prisoners taken by Gen. Gage, the 19th of April, (Note) Resolve on the same subject. [1775-05-03] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0784] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Rev. Gordon. [1775-05-04] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0784] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Pay to the Soldiers advanced. [1775-05-04] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0784] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to hold a Conference with the Delegates from Connecticut to General Gage, Their Report, Committee to prepare a Letter to the Assembly of Connecticut, on their application to General Gage. [1775-05-04] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0784] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders. [1775-05-05] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0786] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolution of April 1, recommending the Writs of General Gage, for electing Members of an Assembly, should be obeyed, reconsidered and rescinded, and declare that no obedience ought in future to be paid to his Writs, Proclamations, or any other of his doings. [1775-05-05] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0786] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders. [1775-05-05] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0786] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to the Assembly of Connecticut. [1775-05-05] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0786] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to General Ward, on the obstruction to the liberation of the Inhabitants of Boston. [1775-05-05] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0787] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Charles Glidden. [1775-05-05] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0788] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

New Provincial Congress to be elected, to meet on the 31st of May. [1775-05-05] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0788] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolution from the Committee of Safety, that Government in full form ought to be taken up, to be considered on the 9th instant. [1775-05-05] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0788] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of Safety authorized to procure Powder from any Colony on the Continent, Committee to consider the Letter received yesterday from the Speaker of the Assembly of Connecticut. [1775-05-06] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0789] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Form of a Pass. [1775-05-06] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0789] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of Supplies authorized to import Military Stores from such place and in such quantities as they may judge proper. [1775-05-06] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0789] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Mustermasters. [1775-05-06] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0790] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to ascertain what number of Province Arms there are in the Province. [1775-05-06] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0790] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Establishment for the Train. [1775-05-06] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress; Cooper, William. [S4-V2-p0790] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of Supplies authorized to procure Fire-Arms and Bayonets from any Colony on the Continent. [1775-05-07] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0790] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders. [1775-05-08] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0790] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Oath to be administered to the Officers and Private Soldiers of the Army now raising in this Colony. [1775-05-08] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0791] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders. [1775-05-08] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0791] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to the Selectmen of Hopkinton. [1775-05-08] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0791] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Committee of Portsmouth, of the 6th instant, Letter from General Ward. [1775-05-08] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0792] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Answer to the Letter from Portsmouth. [1775-05-08] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0792] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to prepare the form of an Oath. [1775-05-08] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0792] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committees of Correspondence of the several Towns to inquire into the principles and conduct of suspected persons, and to cause all to be disarmed who are found unfriendly to the rights and liberties of America. [1775-05-08] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0793] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders. [1775-05-08] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0793] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to General Ward. [1775-05-08] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0794] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Consideration of the expediency of assuming Government postponed to Friday, the 12th inst. [1775-05-08] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0794] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Receiver-General. [1775-05-09] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0794] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve. [1775-05-09] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0794] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to prepare a spirited application to General Gage, respecting his treatment of the Inhabitants of Boston, Committee to consider the expediency of establishing Post-Offices and Post-Riders. [1775-05-09] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0795] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolutions on the false account of the late Excursion of the King's Troops. [1775-05-09] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0795] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolution for supplying those Soldiers with Fire-Arms who are not equipped therewith, Twenty Armourers to be appointed by the Committee of Safety, to repair the Arms of the Soldiers of the Massachusetts Army. [1775-05-09] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0796] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of Safety. [1775-05-10] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0796] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to General Gage, on his violation of theAgreement for the removal of the Inhabitants of Boston. [1775-05-10] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0798] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Regiment of Train. [1775-05-10] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0798] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report on the Complaint made against Samuel Pain and William Campbell, by the Selectmen of Worcester, Committee to consider the Applications from the Eastern parts of the Province, for Arms and Ammunition. [1775-05-10] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0798] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolutions providing for a present supply of Powder to the most exposed of the Eastern Towns, Committee to write a Letter to New-York, advising them of the sailing of two Men-of-War from Boston. [1775-05-11] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0799] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to consider the expediency of raising a Company or two of Indians, All persons required to give Rev. Mr. Gordon free access to the Prisoners, Committee to write to the Continental Congress, for obtaining their recommendation for this Colony to take up and exercise Civil Government, General Ward directed to order four respectable Officers to escort the President to Colonel Quincy, at Braintree, tomorrow morning, Committee to estimate the damages done at Concord, Lexington, and Cambridge, by the King's Troops, on the 19th of April, Establishment for the Companies of Matrosses. [1775-05-12] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0800] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to take a third set of Depositions relative to the Battle of Lexington. [1775-05-13] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0801] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee on the Petition from Topsham. [1775-05-13] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0802] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Post-Roads established, Post-Masters appointed, Rates of Postage. [1775-05-13] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0802] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

May 14, 1775. [1775-05-14] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0803] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to attend the Provincial Congress of New-Hampshire, Committee to prepare the Application to the Continental Congress directed to desire the Congress to take charge of directing and regulating the American Forces, Committee to examine the Letters of Governour Hutchinson, lately discovered, and report such Letters and Extracts as they think it will be proper to publish. [1775-05-15] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0803] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Persons prohibited from removing their Goods and Effects out of the Colony, without permission of the Committee of Correspondence of the Town they belong to. [1775-05-15] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0804] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of Falmouth authorized to send an Embassy to Canada, to ascertain the designs and manoeuvres of the Inhabitants of that Colony. [1775-05-15] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0804] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report of Committee to authorize the establishment of a Court of Inquiry, to hear and decide on complaints against any person for treason against the Constitution of their Country, submitted, debated, and rejected. [1775-05-15] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0805] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee on a letter to the Eastern Tribe of Indians. [1775-05-15] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0805] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to consider the verbal information of the capture of three Vessels, by a King's Cutter, at Dartmouth. [1775-05-16] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0806] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Henry Gardner. [1775-05-16] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0806] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Dr. Church appointed to go to the Continental Congress, with the application from this Congress. [1775-05-16] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0806] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Instructions to the Delegates to the New-Hampshire Congress. [1775-05-16] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0806] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to Supply Soldiers with two Twenty Shilling Bills. [1775-05-16] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0807] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers of the Artillery allowed to enlist Men from the other Regiments. [1775-05-16] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0807] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to consider what should be done relative to the Prisoners in Boston, and the Inhabitants who are there kept in duresse. [1775-05-16] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0807] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Edward Mott, dated May 11, giving an account of the capture of Ticonderoga, and a Letter from Ethan Allen, received and read, Colonel Easton, from Ticonderoga, introduced to the House, and each Member authorized to ask him any questions. [1775-05-17] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0807] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Form of Oath to be taken by the General Officers. [1775-05-17] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0807] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Depositions. [1775-05-17] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0808] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to Assembly of Connecticut, proposing to have the Cannon and Stores taken at Ticonderoga forwarded to the Army at Cambridge, Colonel Allen to remain in possession of Ticonderoga and its dependenies, that Fortress having surrendered to him and others, Connecticut requested to garrison and maintain Ticonderoga, until the advice of the Continental Congress can be had. [1775-05-17] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0808] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to revise the Commission of the Committee of Safety. [1775-05-17] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0809] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolves. [1775-05-18] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0809] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers of the Army of this Colony disqualified from being Members of the Provincial Congress. [1775-05-18] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0809] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of Safety elected. [1775-05-18] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0810] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report of Committee on the application of Lady Frankland. [1775-05-18] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress; Gardner, Henry. [S4-V2-p0810] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Mr. Craft sent for, the allegations against him stated, he makes his defence, and is politely admonished. [1775-05-18] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0810] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Lady Frankland permitted to pass into Boston. [1775-05-18] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0811] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Colonel Bond, with a guard, ordered to escort Lady Frankland to Boston, Letter from the Committee of Correspondence of Connecticut read, respecting the taking of Ticonderoga, Answer to this Letter reported by Mr. Gerry, and accepted. [1775-05-19] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0811] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Representation. [1775-05-19] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0811] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Commission for the Committee of Safety. [1775-05-19] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0812] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

John Pigeon. [1775-05-19] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0813] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Commission to General Ward, as General and Commander-in-Chief of all the Forces raised by the Congress of the Colony of Massachusetts, for the defence of this and the other American Colonies. [1775-05-19] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0813] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to get the Depositions and Narrative of the late Excursion of the King's Troops to Concord printed. [1775-05-19] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0813] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Colonel Foster. [1775-05-20] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0814] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report of the Committee appointed to consider the case of the Prisoners in Boston, and the Inhabitants there kept in duresse. [1775-05-20] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0814] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolves. [1775-05-20] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0814] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to consider what measures are proper to be taken for organizing the Massachusetts Army in the most effectual and ready manner, Receiver-General authorized to issue Notes to the amount of Twenty-Six Thousand Pounds, for advance pay to the Massachusetts Army. [1775-05-20] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0815] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report of the Committee on the practicability of providing Chaplains for Massachusetts Army. [1775-05-20] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0815] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

The President desired to deliver to General Ward his Commission as General and Commander-in-Chief of the Massachusetts Forces. [1775-05-20] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0816] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

May 21, 1775. [1775-05-21] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0816] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report of Committee on Petition of a number of the Inhabitants of Dear-Island, in Lincoln County. [1775-05-22] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0816] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report of Committee appointed to consider what should be done with the Estates of persons unfriendly to the Country. [1775-05-22] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0817] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Ward, requesting a supply of Ordnance, Arms and Ammunition. [1775-05-22] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0817] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to Colonel Arnold, signed and ordered to be forwarded. [1775-05-22] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0817] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letters Considered. [1775-05-23] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0817] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report of Committee on the Depredations of the British Troops on the Islands and Sea-Coasts, read, and referred to the next Provincial Congress. [1775-05-23] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0818] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Edward How. [1775-05-23] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0818] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Thomas Nicols. [1775-05-23] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0818] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report of Committee appointed to consider what further measures are necessary to be taken for the organization of the Army. [1775-05-23] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress; Hawley, Joseph. [S4-V2-p0818] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Ebenezer Cutler. [1775-05-22] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress; Mitchell, Edward. [S4-V2-p0819] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Ebenezer Cutler. [1775-05-23] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0819] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Ebenezer Cutler permitted to go into Boston, without his effects. [1775-05-24] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0819] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Additional Armourers. [1775-05-24] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0819] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to effect the removal of the Poor of the Town of Boston. [1775-05-24] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0819] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Commissions. [1775-05-24] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0820] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Quantity of Powder that may be spared for the publick service from the stocks of the several Towns. [1775-05-25] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress; Thurston, Daniel; Freeman, Samuel. [S4-V2-p0820] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of Safety. [1775-05-25] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0821] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Mr. Dexter's Letter to Congress. [1775-05-25] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress; Dexter, S.. [S4-V2-p0821] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Persons at Roxbury. [1775-05-25] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0821] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report of the Committee on the subject of absconding Soldiers. [1775-05-25] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0821] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to the New-York Provincial Congress. [1775-05-26] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0821] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

James Russell. [1775-05-26] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0821] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Post-Rider. [1775-05-26] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0822] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Able-bodied Men, without Arms, to be received and mustered in the Army. [1775-05-26] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0822] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Rangers. [1775-05-26] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0822] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report of Committee on the complaint of the Committee of Safety against Mr. Jonathan Brewer. [1775-05-26] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0822] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report of Committee on the complaint of the Committee of Safety against Mr. Jonathan Brewer. [1775-05-29] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0822] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers in Colonel Read's Regiment. [1775-05-18] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress; Read, Joseph, Colonel. [S4-V2-p0823] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers in General Ward's Regiment. [1775-05-23] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress; Freeman, Samuel. [S4-V2-p0823] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers in Colonel Learned's Regiment. [1775-05-23] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0823] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers in Colonel Walker's Regiment. [1775-05-23] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress; Freeman, Samuel. [S4-V2-p0823] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers in Colonel Scammons's Regiment. [1775-06-02] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress; Freeman, Samuel. [S4-V2-p0824] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers in Colonel Prescott's Regiment. [1775-05-25] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress; Green, William. [S4-V2-p0824] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers in Colonel Prescott's Regiment. [1775-05-26] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0824] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers in Colonel Prescott's Regiment. [1775-06-22] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety; Cooper, William. [S4-V2-p0824] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers in Colonel Prescott's Regiment. [1775-06-23] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety; Cooper, William. [S4-V2-p0823] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers in Colonel Prescott's Regiment. [1775-06-25] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress; Freeman, Samuel. [S4-V2-p0823] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers in Colonel Cotton's Regiment. [1775-05-26] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0824] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers in Colonel Cotton's Regiment. [1775-05-26] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress; Freemen, Samuel. [S4-V2-p0825] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers in Colonel Cotton's Regiment. [1775-05-27] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress; Freeman, Samuel. [S4-V2-p0825] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers in Colonel Fry's Regiment. [1775-05-26] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress; Freeman, Samuel. [S4-V2-p0825] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers in Colonel Patterson's Regiment. [1775-05-27] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress; Freeman, Samuel. [S4-V2-p0825] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers in General Thomas's Regiment. [1775-05] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0825] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers in Colonel Bridge's Regiment. [1775-05-27] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress; Freeman, Samuel. [S4-V2-p0] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers in Colonel Mansfield's Regiment. [1775-05-27] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0826] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers in Colonel Mansfield's Regiment. [1775-05-27] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress; Freeman, Samuel. [S4-V2-p0826] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers in Colonel Mansfield's Regiment. [1775-06-07] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress; Freeman, Samuel. [S4-V2-p0826] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers in Colonel Danielson's Regiment. [1775-05-27] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress; Freeman, Samuel. [S4-V2-p0826] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers in Colonel Fellows's Regiment. [1775-05-31] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress; Freeman, Samuel. [S4-V2-p0826] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers in Colonel Gardner's Regiment. [1775-06-02] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress; Massachusetts, Committee of Safety; Cooper, William; Freeman, Samuel. [S4-V2-p0827] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers in Colonel Whitcomb's Regiment. [1775-06-03] Whitcomb, Asa, Colonel. [S4-V2-p0827] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers in Colonel Whitcomb's Regiment. [1775-06-09] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress; White, Benjamin. [S4-V2-p0827] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers in Colonel Whitcomb's Regiment. [1775-06-10] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress; Warren, James. [S4-V2-p0827] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers in Colonel Whitcomb's Regiment. [1775-06-30] Whitcomb, Asa, Colonel. [S4-V2-p0827] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers in Colonel Whitcomb's Regiment. [1775-06-30] Hastings, Benjamin, Captain; Haughton, Jonathan, Lieutenant; Meriam, Jonathan, Lieutenant. [S4-V2-p0828] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers in Colonel Whitcomb's Regiment. [1775-06-30] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety; Cooper, William. [S4-V2-p0828] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers in Colonel Doolittle's Regiment. [1775-06-12] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0828] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers in Colonel Doolittle's Regiment. [1775-06-12] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety; White, Benjamin. [S4-V2-p0828] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers in Colonel Doolittle's Regiment. [1775-06-12] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress; Freeman, Samuel. [S4-V2-p0828] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers in Colonel Woodbridge's Regiment. [1775-06-16] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0828] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers in Colonel Woodbridge's Regiment. [1775-06-21] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety; White, Benjamin. [S4-V2-p0828] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers in Colonel Woodbridge's Regiment. [1775-06-21] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress; Freeman, Samuel. [S4-V2-p0828] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers in Colonel Woodbridge's Regiment. [1775-07-03] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety; Cooper, William. [S4-V2-p0828] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers in Colonel Glover's Regiment. [1775-06-15] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0828] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers in Colonel Glover's Regiment. [1775-06-22] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety; Cushing, N.. [S4-V2-p0829] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers in Colonel Glover's Regiment. [1775-06-23] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress; Freeman, Samuel. [S4-V2-p0829] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Colonel Nixon's Regiment. [1775-06] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0829] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Colonel Nixon's Regiment. [1775-06-16] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety; White, Benjamin. [S4-V2-p0829] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Colonel Nixon's Regiment. [1775-06-15] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress; Freeman, Samuel. [S4-V2-p0829] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Colonel Nixon's Regiment. [1775-06-16] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress; Freeman, Samuel. [S4-V2-p0829] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers in Col. Jonathan Brewer's Regiment. [1775-06-17] Brewer, Jonathan, Colonel; Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0829] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers in Col. Jonathan Brewer's Regiment. [1775-06-17] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety; Cooper, William. [S4-V2-p0829] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers in Col. Jonathan Brewer's Regiment. [1775-06-17] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress; Freeman, Samuel. [S4-V2-p0829] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Colonel Robinson's Regiment. [1775-06] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0829] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers in Colonel David Brewer's Regiment. [1775-06-17] Brewer, David, Colonel; Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0829] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers in Colonel David Brewer's Regiment. [1775-06-17] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety; Cooper, William. [S4-V2-p0830] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers in Colonel David Brewer's Regiment. [1775-06-17] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress; Freeman, Samuel. [S4-V2-p0830] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers in Colonel Gerrish's Regiment. [1775-06-22] Gerrish, Samuel, Colonel; Massachusetts, Committee of Safety; Cooper, William. [S4-V2-p0830] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers in Colonel Moses Little's Regiment. [1775-06-26] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0830] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers in Colonel Moses Little's Regiment. [1775-06-26] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety; Cooper, William. [S4-V2-p0830] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers in Colonel Moses Little's Regiment. [1775-06-27] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress; Freeman, Samuel. [S4-V2-p0830] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers in Colonel Moses Little's Regiment. [1775-06-30] Little, Moses, Colonel; Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0830] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Trumbull to the New-York Congress. Colonel Hinman with one thousand Men ordered to Ticonderoga, for the protection of that Post and Crown Point. [1775-05-30] Great Britain, Secretary of State. [S4-V2-p0848] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Remarks on this Official paragraph, (Note). [1775-06-01] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0848] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Arthur Lee, contradicting the statement in the London Gazette, and informing those who wish to see the original affidavits which confirm the account, that they are deposited with the Lord Mayor of London, for inspection. [1775-05-30] Lee, Arthur. [S4-V2-p0848] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel James Easton to the provincial Congress, Committee of Safety, and Council of War, in Cambridge and Watertown. The necessity of protecting Ticonderoga, Connecticut will furnish Men for its defence, but expects Massachusetts to organize and pay them. Offers to take the command of a Regiment, and recommends other persons for appointments. [1775-05-30] Easton, James. [S4-V2-p0849] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to the New-York Congress, from their Delegates in the Continental Congress. The proceedings of the Provincial Congress approved by the Continental Congress, they are requested to come to a speedy determination on the Paper Currency. Further suggestions for their consideration. [1775-05-30] Duane, James; Alsop, John; Clinton, George; Morris, Lewis; Livingston, Robert, Jr.; Livingston, Philip. [S4-V2-p0850] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-York Congress to their Delegates in the Continental Congress, enclosing Report on Paper Currency: it is sent to show their opinion of what ought to be done, and not to be laid before the Continental Congress. [1775-06-30] . [S4-V2-p1264] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Trumbull to the Albany Committee. One thousand Men ordered to proceed to Ticonderoga and Crown Point, expects the Provincial Congress of New-York will forward Provisions. [1775-05-30] Trumbull, Jonathan, Governour of Connecticut. [S4-V2-p0850] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Jonathan Parsons, Jun., at St. John's, Newfoundland, to the New-York Committee of Safety. Hatred of the People there towards the Americans, for their opposition to the British Government, yet, if they are short of Provisions, they will probably petition the Continental Congress for a supply of Bread and Flour. [1775-05-30] Parsons, Jonathan, Jr.. [S4-V2-p0851] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Declaration of John Nutting and others, of their reasons for signing the Address to Governour Hutchinson. [1775-05-30] Nutting, John; Goodale, N.; Dalgleish, Andrew; Barnard, Thomas; Holyoke, E. A.; Pynchon, William; Putnam, Ebenezer; Cabot, Francis; Sparhawk, N.; Dabney, Nathaniel; Pickman, William; Pickman, C. Gayton; Turner, John. [S4-V2-p0852] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Declaration of John Nutting declared satisfactory by the Committee of Salem. [1775-05-30] Massachusetts, Salem Committee of Safety and Correspondence; Derby, Richard, Jr.. [S4-V2-p0852] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Joshua Upham to the Committee of Correspondence for the Town of Brownfield: explanation of his conduct. [1775-05-20] Upham, Joshua. [S4-V2-p0852] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Joshua Upham voted satisfactory by the Committee. [1775-05-30] Massachusetts, Brookfield Committee of Correspondence; Dodge, Joshua. [S4-V2-p0853] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Safety of Massachusetts to the Town of Sudbury. Have examined and dismissed Ezra Taylor. [1775-05-30] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0853] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Selectmen of Hopkinton to the Massachusetts Congress. [1775-05-30] Massachusetts, Hopkinton Selectmen. [S4-V2-p0853] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Ward to the Committee for Salem. Expects an attack this night from the British Forces in Boston. [1775-05-30] Massachusetts, Manchester Committee of Correspondence. [S4-V2-p0854] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Ward to the Committee for Salem. Expects an attack this night from the British Forces in Boston. [1775-05-29] Ward, Artemas, General. [S4-V2-p0854] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

John Baker to the Committee of Correspondence in Newburyport. [1775-05-30] Baker, John, Colonel. [S4-V2-p0854] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Newburyport Committee to Hampton Committee. [1775-05-30] Massachusetts, Newburyport Committee of Correspondence; Greenleaf, Benjamin. [S4-V2-p0854] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from London to a Gentleman in Philadelphia. Account of the defeat of the British Troops on the 19th of April has been received. The intelligence has panick-struck the Administration and their Tory dependants, who have daily denounced the Americans as cowards. [1775-05-31] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0854] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee for Mecklenburgh County, North-Carolina. Resolutions declaring all Laws and Commissions derived from the authority of the King or Parliament null and void, and the Civil Constitutions of the Colonies wholly suspended, and that no Legislative or Executive power exists in the Colonies, other than the Provincial Congresses, under the direction of the Continental Congress. [1775-05-31] North-Carolina, Mecklenburgh Committee. [S4-V2-p0855] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

The Declaration of Independence by the Citizens of Mecklenburgh County, North-Carolina, on the twentieth day of May, 1775, with the accompanying Documents, published by the Governour, under the authority and direction of the General Assembly of North-Carolina, (Note). [1775-05-20] North-Carolina, Mecklenburgh Committee. [S4-V2-p0855] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

The Declaration of Independence by the Citizens of Mecklenburgh County, North-Carolina, on the twentieth day of May, 1775, with the accompanying Documents, published by the Governour, under the authority and direction of the General Assembly of North-Carolina, (Note). [1775-05-20] North-Carolina, Mecklenburgh Committee. [S4-V2-p0856] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Accompanying Documents, published by the Governour, under the authority and direction of the General Assembly of North-Carolina, (Note). [1819-05-20] McKnitt, J.. [S4-V2-p0856] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Accompanying Documents, published by the Governour, under the authority and direction of the General Assembly of North-Carolina, (Note). [1830-11-25] Henderson, Samuel. [S4-V2-p0858] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Accompanying Documents, published by the Governour, under the authority and direction of the General Assembly of North-Carolina, (Note). [1819-12-07] Jack, James; Weston, Job; Oliver, James. [S4-V2-p0858] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Accompanying Documents, published by the Governour, under the authority and direction of the General Assembly of North-Carolina, (Note). [1830-11-29] Alexander, Alphonso; Alexander, Amos; McKnitt, J.. [S4-V2-p0859] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Accompanying Documents, published by the Governour, under the authority and direction of the General Assembly of North-Carolina, (Note). [1819-11-16] Cummins, Francis. [S4-V2-p0859] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Accompanying Documents, published by the Governour, under the authority and direction of the General Assembly of North-Carolina, (Note). [1775-10-04] Graham, J.. [S4-V2-p0859] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Accompanying Documents, published by the Governour, under the authority and direction of the General Assembly of North-Carolina, (Note). [Undated] Hunter, Humphrey. [S4-V2-p0861] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Accompanying Documents, published by the Governour, under the authority and direction of the General Assembly of North-Carolina, (Note). [1820-02-18] Graham, George; Hutchinson, William; Clark, Jonas; Robinson, Robert. [S4-V2-p0862] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Accompanying Documents, published by the Governour, under the authority and direction of the General Assembly of North-Carolina, (Note). [1820-01-20] Simeson, John. [S4-V2-p0863] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Accompanying Documents, published by the Governour, under the authority and direction of the General Assembly of North-Carolina, (Note). [1830-10-08] Alexander, Isaac. [S4-V2-p0863] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Accompanying Documents, published by the Governour, under the authority and direction of the General Assembly of North-Carolina, (Note). [Undated] Wilson, Samuel. [S4-V2-p0864] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Accompanying Documents, published by the Governour, under the authority and direction of the General Assembly of North-Carolina, (Note). [1830-10-05] Davidson, John. [S4-V2-p0864] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Accompanying Documents, published by the Governour, under the authority and direction of the General Assembly of North-Carolina, (Note). [1830-10-01] Ramsey, J. G. M.. [S4-V2-p0864] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Accompanying Documents, published by the Governour, under the authority and direction of the General Assembly of North-Carolina, (Note). [1827-10-11] Johnson, James. [S4-V2-p0864] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Accompanying Documents, published by the Governour, under the authority and direction of the General Assembly of North-Carolina, (Note). [1830-10-04] Johnson, Elijah; Wilhite, James. [S4-V2-p0864] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Accompanying Documents, published by the Governour, under the authority and direction of the General Assembly of North-Carolina, (Note). [Undated] Force, Peter, editor. [S4-V2-p0864] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Association recommended by the Committee of Chester County, Pennsylvania, to the People of the County. [1775-05-31] Pennsylvania, Chester County Committee; Johnson, Francis. [S4-V2-p0859] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter addressed to Lord Sandwich, on his charge of Cowardice against the Americans. [1775-05-31] An Expectant (pseudo.). [S4-V2-p0861] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Col. George Washington to George William Fairfax, in England, with an account of the Engagement between the Ministerial Troops and the People of Massachusetts-Bay. [1775-05-31] Washington, George. [S4-V2-p0865] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Col. Henshaw to Benedict Arnold. Connecticut has ordered Colonel Hinman to take command at Ticonderoga, with one thousand Men, and to repair and defend that Post. [1775-05-31] Henshaw, Joseph, Colonel. [S4-V2-p0721] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Worcester, Massachusetts, Convention, appoint a Committee to draw up a Remonstrance to the Provincial Congress, against persons having seats there who do not vote away their own money for publick purposes, in common with others, and also to consider the right of persons inimical to the Country to vote in Town-Meetings. [1775-05-31] Massachusetts, Worcester Convention. [S4-V2-p0865] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Representation of Robert Temple to the Massachusetts Committee of Safety. [1775-05-31] Temple, Robert. [S4-V2-p0866] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Stephen Nye, at Sandwich, to Nathaniel Freeman. Relation of Captain Lindsey's proceedings at the Islands. [1775-05-31] Nye, Stephen. [S4-V2-p0866] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Selectmen of the Town of Scarborough to the Massachusetts Congress. Their reasons for not choosing a Representative. [1775-05-31] Massachusetts, Scarborough Selectmen; Fogg, Reuben; Libbee, Peter; Fabyan, Joshua. [S4-V2-p0867] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Selectmen of Edgartown to the Massachusetts Congress. They are firmly attached to the cause of their Country, yet the peculiar circumstances in which they are placed renders it inexpedient for them to elect a Member to the Congress. [1775-05-31] Massachusetts, Edgartown Selectmen; Cooke, Thomas; Smith, Ebenezer. [S4-V2-p0867] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of the Inhabitants of Berwick to the Massachusetts Congress. The Towns along the sea-coast are exposed to the ravages of the enemy, and for want of Arms and Ammunition, the People cannot defend their Wives and Children against the King's Troops: they, therefore, pray for assistance. [1775-05-31] Massachusetts, Berwick Freeholders; Marshall, Nahum. [S4-V2-p0867] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Selectmen of Bedford to the Massachusetts Congress. The Town has declined to send a Member to the Congress, but will freely comply with all their wise and salutary measures. [1775-05-31] Massachusetts, Bedford Selectmen; Davis, Stephen. [S4-V2-p0868] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-Hampshire Congress to General Ward, requesting Colonel Stark may be sent to them. [1775-05-31] New-Hampshire, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0868] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-Hampshire Congress to Colonel Stark, requesting him to repair to Exeter without loss of time. [1775-05-31] New-Hampshire, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0868] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Portsmouth, New-Hampshire, Committee, to the Provincial Congress, suggesting measures of defence against an expected attempt to burn the Town by a British Ship-of-War. [1775-05-31] New-Hampshire, Portsmouth Committee of Correspondence; Wentworth, H.. [S4-V2-p0868] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Meshech Weare to the New-Hampshire Congress. Recommending measures of defence on the Sea-Coast. [1775-05-31] Weare, Meshech. [S4-V2-p0869] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Captain Winborn Adams to the New-Hampshire Congress. Waits for the direction of the Congress before he complies with a request from Portsmouth, to go there and assist in destroying the Men-of-War in the Harbour. [1775-05-31] Adams, Winborn. [S4-V2-p0869] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to the New-Hampshire Congress, from Charles Johnston, Clerk to the Committee of the Northern Regiment, in the County of Grafton. Preparations in Canada for invading the Provinces. Four or five hundred Indians collected, and Governour Carleton enlisting Men in Canada. The Inhabitants are in want of Ammunition, Arms, and assistance. [1775-05-31] New-Hampshire, Grafton County Committee of the Northern Regiment; Johnston, Charles. [S4-V2-p0869] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from London to a Gentleman in Watertown. The Ministry are in great consternation since the intelligence by Captain Derby. They wait for General Gage's Despatches, to determine what they will do. [1775-06-01] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0870] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from London to a Gentleman in New-York. State of publick opinion in England on the arrival of the news of the defeat and retreat of the Detachments under Lord Percy and Colonel Smith. [1775-06-01] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0870] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from W. Jones, at Savannah, to the Committee of Donations, Boston. The unhappy divisions in Georgia have hitherto prevented their contributing to the support of the Poor of Boston, but they now send sixty-three barrels of Rice, and one hundred and twenty-two Pounds sterling, in Specie, and expect soon to send another token of their regard. [1775-06-01] Jones, W.. [S4-V2-p0871] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Independent Company of Albemarle, Virginia, to the Williamsburgh Volunteers. The landing any armed force in the Colony will justify opposition. [1775-06-01] Virginia, Albemarle Independent Company; Lewis, Charles, Captain; Gilmer, George, Lieutenant; Marks, John, Lieutenant. [S4-V2-p0872] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Easton, Pennsylvania, to Richard Henry Lee. Suggesting offers to be made by the Continental Congress to the King, for a reconciliation. [1775-06-01] Philopatria (pseudo.). [S4-V2-p0872] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-York Congress to their Delegates in the Continental Congress, transmitting important intelligence just received from Albany, Watertown, and Hartford. They have no Money nor Powder, and cannot have Money until they receive the directions of the Congress, who ought to assign the several quotas of Men and Money to each of the Colonies. [1775-06-01] New-York, Congress; Livingston, Peter Van Brugh. [S4-V2-p0873] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Memorial of John Sparding, living at Ticonderoga Landing, to the New-York Congress. [1775-06-01] Sparding, John. [S4-V2-p0873] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-York Congress to the Sub-Committee of the City and County of Albany. New-York being unable to garrison Ticonderoga, Crown Point, or Fort George, applied to the Eastern Colonies for assistance: and Connecticut has sent one thousand Men there, under Colonel Hinman. There is no Powder in New-York. [1775-06-01] . [S4-V2-p1269] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Camp, near Boston, to a Gentleman in New-York. Account of the attack on the Provincials by the King's Troops at Noddle-Island and Hog-Island. [1775-06-01] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0874] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Declaration of Alexander Walker, one of the signers of the Address to Governour Hutchinson. [1775-06-01] Walker, Alexander; Massachusetts, Committee of Safety; Derby, Richard, Jr.. [S4-V2-p0875] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

An Address to the Americans. They are called upon by the providence of God to fight for their Liberties. [1775-06-01] An American (pseudo.). [S4-V2-p0875] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Pastors of the Congregational Churches of Massachusetts to the Provincial Congress. [1775-06-01] Langdon, Samuel. [S4-V2-p0875] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolution of the Convention of Congregational Ministers, offering their services to officiate as Chaplains to the Army. [1775-06-01] Massachusetts, Convention of Ministers; Adams, Amos. [S4-V2-p0876] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Selectmen of Lunenburgh to the Massachusetts Congress, requesting to be excused from furnishing two half barrels of Powder from their Town stock for the Army, as it will leave them but thirty pounds for their own defence. [1775-06-01] Massachusetts, Lunenburgh Selectmen; Kimball, George. [S4-V2-p0876] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of William Tallman and others, to the Massachusetts Congress, requesting the Vessels they have fitted out at great expense for Whaling Voyages, may be permitted to proceed to sea. [1775-06-01] Talman, William; Church, G.; Williams, John; Jarvis, Leonard; Howland, John; Maxfield, Zadock; Ray, Uriah, Jr.; Howland, Isaac; Alden, John; Russell, Joseph; Shepherd, David; Claghorn, William; Smith, Abraham; Williams, Lemuel; Russell, Joseph, Jr.; Russell, Barnabas; Russell, Seth; Maxfield, Patrick; Smith, Daniel. [S4-V2-p0876] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Massachusetts Congress to Col. Benedict Arnold, highly approving the acquisitions he has made at Ticonderoga, Crown Point, on the Lake, and c., they regret his repeated requests to send some one to succeed him in the command, and request him to continue until New-York or Connecticut shall take the charge of maintaining the Posts. [Undated] . [S4-V2-p1382] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Massachusetts Congress to the New-Hampshire Congress, requesting them to unite in the defence and security of Ticonderoga and Crown Point. [1775-06-01] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress; Warren, Joseph. [S4-V2-p0876] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Massachusetts Congress to the Assembly of Connecticut. Maintaining a Post at Ticonderoga or Crown Point is of the utmost importance. New-York does not intend to dismantle these Posts entirely, but only to supply from them such Fortifications as may be erected at the south end of Lake George. [1775-06-01] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0877] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Trumbull to the Massachusetts Congress. The Provincial Congress of New-York are desirous to maintain the important Posts of Ticonderoga and Crown Point, and Albany will afford their utmost assistance for securing these Posts for the common defence. [1775-06-01] Trumbull, Jonathan, Governour of Connecticut. [S4-V2-p0877] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Joseph Kelly, of Nottingham-West, to the New-Hampshire Congress. [1775-06-01] Kelly, Joseph. [S4-V2-p0878] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the President of the Continental Congress to the New-York Congress, enclosing a Resolution of May 31, and requesting their immediate compliance with it, so far as respects the furnishing Batteaus, Provisions, Stores, and c., at Ticonderoga and Crown Point. [1775-05-31] . [S4-V2-p1271] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

An Old Man's Company formed in Reading, Pennsylvania. It consists of eighty Germans, of the age of forty and upwards. The person who led them at their first assembling under arms is ninety-seven years of age. [1775-06-002] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0878] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

List of the Committees for the several Districts in Tryon County, New-York. [1775-06-002] New-York, Tryon County Committee. [S4-V2-p0878] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee for Tryon County to Colonel Guy Johnson. The People have quietly assembled, signed the General Association, and appointed a Committee. It is their determination to do what they can to save their Country, and will, if called upon, be the foremost to take the field. They request him to dissuade the Indians from interfering in the dispute between the Mother Country and the Colonies. [1775-06-02] New-York, Tryon County Committee. [S4-V2-p0879] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to John Holt, approving of his publishing and putting his name on the Address against unlawful Standing Armies. [1775-06-02] A Club of Congressionists (pseudo.). [S4-V2-p0880] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

No Standing Army in the British Colonies: or an Address to the Inhabitants of the Colony of New-York, against unlawful Standing Armies. [1775-06-02] An Anti-Despot (pseudo.). [S4-V2-p0881] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter of Robert and John Murray to the New-York Congress. [1775-06-02] Murray, Robert; Murray, John. [S4-V2-p0887] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Memorial of Robert and John Murray to the New-York Congress. [1775-06-02] Continental Congress; Thomson, Charles; Murray, Robert; Murray, John. [S4-V2-p0887] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Memorial of Robert and John Murray, Merchants of the City of New-York, to the Continental Congress. [1775-05] Murray, Robert; Murray, John. [S4-V2-p0889] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Papers accompanying the Memorial. [1774-09-07] Murray, Robert; Murray, John. [S4-V2-p0890] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Papers accompanying the Memorial. [1774-10-05] Murray, Robert; Murray, John. [S4-V2-p0890] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Papers accompanying the Memorial. [1775-02-20] Murray, Robert; Murray, John; Sansom, Philip; Bussell, William M.. [S4-V2-p0890] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from John Lamb to the New-York Congress, offering his services in the Artillery Department. [1775-06-02] Lamb, John, Captain. [S4-V2-p0891] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Ethan Allen, at Crown Point, to the New-York Congress. Importance of the Posts on Lake Champlain, which have been taken, and the necessity of retaining them. With fifteen hundred Men he can take Montreal, and it would be no difficult matter to take Quebeck, this object should be accomplished, though it required ten thousand Men to do it. If it is thought premature to push an Army into Canada, he proposes to make a stand at Isle-au-Noix. [1775-06-02] Allen, Ethan. [S4-V2-p0891] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the New-York Provincial Congress to the Inhabitants of the Province of Quebeck. [1775-06-02] New-York, Congress; Livingston, Peter Van Brugh. [S4-V2-p0893] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Albany to the Provincial Congress of New-York, requesting them to furnish Provisions, except Flour, for the thousand Men sent by Governour Trumbull to Ticonderoga. They desire full instructions as to what is expected of them, and also what disposition to make of the Prisoners taken at St. John's. [1775-06-02] . [S4-V2-p0127] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Greene to Jacob Greene. [1775-06-02] Greene, Nathaniel, General. [S4-V2-p0893] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of the Inhabitants of Georgetown, on Kennebeck River, to the Massachusetts Congress, for one or two barrels or half-barrels of Powder, as they have but thirty pounds, and are in daily expectation of being plundered by the British armed vessels. [1775-06-02] Lithgow, William. [S4-V2-p0894] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Gridley to the Massachusetts Committee of Safety. [1775-06-02] Gridley, Richard, Colonel; Massachusetts, Committee of Safety; White, Benjamin. [S4-V2-p0894] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Nathaniel Shaw, at New-London, to the New-Hampshire Congress. Has ordered a large quantity of Powder, but, from its not arriving, fears the Cruisers in the British Channel, or the negotiations between Great Britain and the States of Holland, have prevented it. [1775-06-02] Shaw, Nathaniel, Jr.. [S4-V2-p0894] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-Hampshire Congress to their Delegates in the Continental Congress. Circumstances appear daily more and more alarming: the Men-of-War stop all Provision Vessels coming to Portsmouth: Arms and Gun-powder must be procured, if possible, in the Southern Governments, it is indispensable that some plan be adopted by the Continental Congress for a Paper Currency, or some other to meet the present urgent necessity. [1775-06-02] New-Hampshire, Provincial Congress; Thornton, Matthew. [S4-V2-p0894] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-Hampshire Congress to the Continental Congress, remonstrating against the abandonment of Ticonderoga and Crown Point, and removing the Cannon to the south end of Lake George. [1775-06-02] New-Hampshire, Provincial Congress; Thornton, Matthew. [S4-V2-p0895] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-Hampshire Congress to the New-York Congress. The Fortress of Ticonderoga is important to the welfare of all the Northern Colonies, and particularly so to New-Hampshire, where the thoughts of its demolition casts a damp on the spirits of the People, they trust the order for its abandonment will be reconsidered by the Continental Congress, but are determined to abide by the determination of that body. [1775-06-02] New-Hampshire, Provincial Congress; Thornton, Matthew. [S4-V2-p0895] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Portsmouth, New-Hampshire, to the Provincial Congress. Request the Congress will regulate all future movements of any bodies of armed men from one Town to another. [1775-06-02] New-Hampshire, Portsmouth Committee of Correspondence. [S4-V2-p0896] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Provincial Congress of South-Carolina earnestly recommend to their Constituents the promotion of union and harmony. [1775-06-03] South-Carolina Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0896] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Provincial Congress of South-Carolina earnestly recommend to their Constituents the promotion of union and harmony. [1775-06-07] South-Carolina Provincial Congress; Timothy, Peter. [S4-V2-p0897] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Association unanimously agreed to in the Provincial Congress of South-Carolina. [1775-06-03] South-Carolina Provincial Congress; Laurens, Henry, Colonel. [S4-V2-p0897] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Norfolk, Virginia, Committee. Order the immediate return of the Ship Molly, Captain Mitcheson, lately arrived from Great Britain, laden with a large quantity of Goods, in violation of the Association. [1775-06-03] Virginia, Norfolk Borough Committee; Davies, William. [S4-V2-p0897] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Norfolk, Virginia, Committee. Order the immediate return of the Ship Molly, Captain Mitcheson, lately arrived from Great Britain, laden with a large quantity of Goods, in violation of the Association. [1775-06-04] Virginia, Norfolk Borough Committee; Davies, William. [S4-V2-p0897] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-York Delegates in the Continental Congress to the Provincial Congress. They are much pleased with the New-York plan for raising Money, but doubt of its being adopted by the Continental Congress. As General Officers will, in all probability, be appointed soon, they wish to know who would be most acceptable to them, to take command of the Continental Army in the Province, which is to be maintained at the general charge. [1775-06-03] Duane, James; Livingston, R. R., Jr.; Schuyler, Philip; Alsop, John; Lewis, Francis; Floyd, William; Boerum, Simon; Wisner, Henry. [S4-V2-p0898] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-York Congress to the Inhabitants of Tryon County, urging them, for their own reputations' sake, the love of their Country, their regard for the welfare of the whole Continent, and of millions yet unborn, not to separate from their brethren upon this momentous occasion, but to unite with the rest of the Colony, and send Deputies to the Provincial Congress. Perhaps this will be the last application, as the time has almost come when we should be able to know our enemies. [1775-05-30] . [S4-V2-p1274] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Congress of New-York to Colonel Guy Johnson. They will discountenance every attempt against his person and property, and expect he will not counteract any measures recommended by the Continental or Provincial Congress, or by the Committees formed, or to be formed. The dispute has become so serious that they cannot silently suffer their plan to be frustrated by their own Countrymen. [1775-06-03] . [S4-V2-p1275] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

New-York Committee. Mr. George Folliot declines taking his seat in the Provincial Congress, and Isaac Sears is nominated in his place. [1775-06-03] New-York Committee. [S4-V2-p0898] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proclamation by Lieutenant-Governour Colden, further proroguing the Meeting of the Assembly to the 5th of July next. [1775-06-03] Colden, Cadwallader, Lieutenant Governour of New-York; Bayard, Samuel, Jr.. [S4-V2-p0899] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from James Rivington to the New-York Congress. [1775-06-02] Rivington, James. [S4-V2-p0899] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-York Committee to the Continental Congress, referring to their decision in the case of James Rivington. [1775-06-02] New-York Committee. [S4-V2-p0899] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Post-Master and Post-Rider appointed by the Committee of Providence, Rhode-Island, to be under their direction until the Assembly of the Colony, or the Continental Congress, shall make other regulations and appointments. [1775-06-03] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0900] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Massachusetts Congress to Henry Gardner, requiring him to proceed immediately to sign Bills for the payment of the Troops, to prevent their returning home. [1775-06-03] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress; Freeman, Samuel. [S4-V2-p0900] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of the Town of Arundel, in Massachusetts, to the Provincial Congress. They have seized a Vessel from Boston, with a number of the King's Arms on board, and send the persons and papers seized, to be disposed of by the Congress. [1775-06-03] Massachusetts, Arundel Committee; Durrell, Benjamin; Burnham, James; Wiswall, Thomas; Stone, Jonathan; Hovey, John. [S4-V2-p0900] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition of Samuel Smith. [1775-06-09] Smith, Samuel. [S4-V2-p0901] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

To Mr. Ephraim Perkins. [1775-05-30] Goldthwait, Joseph. [S4-V2-p0901] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders from William Sherriff, dated Boston, May 30, to Josiah Jones, to proceed to Windsor, in Nova-Scotia. [1775-05-30] Sherriff, William. [S4-V2-p0901] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from William Sheriff dated Boston, May 30, to Day and Scott, at Windsor, Nova-Scotia. [1775-05-30] Sherriff, William. [S4-V2-p0901] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from William Sheriff, dated Boston, May 29, to Thomas Williams, Storekeeper of Ordnance at Annapolis Royal. [1775-05-29] Sherriff, William. [S4-V2-p0902] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Loammi Baldwin to the Massachusetts Congress. [1775-06-03] Baldwin, Loammi, Colonel. [S4-V2-p0902] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-Hampshire Congress to the Massachusetts Congress. Having undoubted intelligence of the attempts of the British Ministry to engage the Canadians and Indians in their interest, they have raised and sent three Companies for the protection of the frontier settlements. [1775-06-03] New-Hampshire, Provincial Congress; Thornton, Matthew. [S4-V2-p0902] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from a Gentleman in London to his friend in Philadelphia. The duplicity of New-York will ever render them suspected. The many assurances given to the Ministry by their leaders, justify a suspicion, which the conduct of some of their Merchants confirms, that they would adopt any means to break through the Association. [1775-06-04] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0903] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Meeting of the Committee of Observation for Anne Arundel County, Maryland. [1775-06-04] Maryland, Anne Arundel County Committee; Wallace, Charles; Duvall, G.. [S4-V2-p0903] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Philip Schuyler to the New-York Congress. He has been appointed by the Continental Congress to settle the Accounts of the People employed in the reduction of Ticonderoga. [1775-06-04] Schuyler, Philip, Major-General. [S4-V2-p0904] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Ethan Allen, at present the principal commander of the Army at Ticonderoga, to our worthy and respectable countrymen and friends, the French People of Canada. [1775-06-04] Allen, Ethan; Easton, James. [S4-V2-p0904] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Elbridge Gerry to the Massachusetts Delegates in the Continental Congress. Government is so essential that it cannot be too soon adopted. Every day's delay will make the task more arduous. A regular General is wanted to assist in disciplining the Army, the pride of the People would prevent their being led by any General not American, yet General Lee could be of great service. The New-England Generals would acquiesce in the appointment of Colonel Washington as Generalissimo. [1775-06-04] Gerry, Elbridge. [S4-V2-p0905] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Ward and the Chairmen of the Committees of Safety and Supplies, to the Continental Congress. The Army at Cambridge is so entirely destitute of Powder that they are in danger of falling a prey to their enemies for want of the means of defence, they earnestly beseech that whatever can be spared in the other Colonies may be sent for their relief. [1775-06-04] Ward, Artemas, General. [S4-V2-p0906] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Mrs. Bowdoin to the Massachusetts Congress, enclosing Depositions relating to the plundering and abuse of the Inhabitants of the Elizabeth Islands, by Captain Lindsey, of the Falcon Sloop-of-War. [1775-06-04] Bowdoin, Elizabeth. [S4-V2-p0906] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition of Elisha Nye. [1775-06-04] Nye, Elisha; Smith, Thomas. [S4-V2-p0907] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition of John Tucker, Jeremiah Robinson, Elisha Robinson and Ebenezer Meigs. [1775-05-31] Tucker, John; Robinson, Jeremiah; Robinson, Elisha; Meiggs, Ebenezer. [S4-V2-p0908] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Statement of Daniel Egry. [1775-05-10] Egry, Daniel. [S4-V2-p0909] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Political Observations on the Rebellion in America. Their wealth is the source of their Rebellion, and the Ministry have wisely begun to reduce them to reason by lessening it. If they persist in their Rebellion, all the calamities that arise from it will, in the sight of God and man, lie at their door. [1775-06-05] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0909] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Association entered into at Savannah, in Georgia. [1775-07-13] . [S4-V2-p1551] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Philadelphia Committee, prohibit the landing or selling of Goods without a certificate from the Committee whence they are sent, that they were imported within the rules of the Congress. [1775-06-05] Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Committee of Correspondence; Smith, Jonathan B.. [S4-V2-p0909] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to General Burgoyne, from a Pennsylvanian. [1775-06-05] A Pennsylvanian (pseudo.). [S4-V2-p0910] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from William Duer to the New-York Congress, representing the Disturbances and Riots in the New-Hampshire Grants. [1775-06-05] Duer, William. [S4-V2-p0910] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Guy Johnson to the Committee for Tryon County, New-York. [1775-06-05] Johnson, Guy, Colonel. [S4-V2-p0911] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Hartford to a Gentleman in New-York. Robert Temple, a high-flying Tory, taken at Plymouth, and sent to Cambridge, with his papers. [1775-06-05] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0912] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from James Curgenven to Governour Trumbull, informing him of his appointment of Collector of the Customs for the Port of New-Haven. [1775-06-05] Curgenven, James. [S4-V2-p0912] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Oath of Office he had taken before the Board of Customs, and requesting to be informed if he will administer to him the usual Oath taken by Officers of the Crown. [1775-06-09] Curgenven, James. [S4-V2-p0913] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Soldiers in Captain Drury's Company to the Massachusetts Congress. [1775-06-05] Stone, Windsor; Ordway, Samuel; Stow, Simon; Bent, Josiah; Stow, Francis; Brown, Joseph; Stow, Joseph; Abbot, Abijah; Stacy, John; Eaton, Brigham; Clark, William; Rogers, Simeon; Jennings, Joseph; James, Ebenezer; White, Josiah; Walker, Azariah; Gates, Amos; Sabin, Peter; Waite, David; Gates, George; Goynit, Joseph; Clark, Benjamin; Seaver, Joseph; Everdean, Samuel; Heminway, Isaac; Gates, Henry; Wright, Nehemiah. [S4-V2-p0914] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of the Captains in Colonel Scammons's Regiment to the Massachusetts Congress. [1775-06-05] Hubbard, Philip; Dorman, Jesse; Bragdon, Joshua; Hill, Jeremiah; Fernald, Tobias, Jr.; Sayer, Samuel; Leighton, Samuel; Darby, Samuel. [S4-V2-p0914] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Town Meeting in Conway, New-Hampshire. Committee appointed, and empowered to inquire into the conduct of obnoxious persons, and refugees from other Towns. [1775-06-05] New-Hampshire, Conway Town Meeting; Eastman, Richard. [S4-V2-p0914] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address to the Minister. His (Lord North's) policy has driven the Americans to resistance. [1775-06-06] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0915] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Intelligence for Charlestown,South-Carolina, to the New-York Congress. The apprehension of a defection in New-York gave inexpressible anxiety to all America, and at the same time encouraged the Ministry to proceed in all their measures, they are happy to find this apprehension was unjustly formed. [Undated] . [S4-V2-p1323] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee appointed to receive the signatures of the Inhabitants of Charlestown to the Association adopted by the Provincial Congress of South-Carolina, on the 3d instant. [1775-06-06] South-Carolina Provincial Congress; Timothy, Peter. [S4-V2-p0915] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of Chester County, Pennsylvania. Proceedings on the charge against William Moore, that he is inimical to the Liberties of America. [1775-06-06] Pennsylvania, Chester County Committee; Moore, William; Gronow, Lewis. [S4-V2-p0916] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-York Congress to Governour Trumbull. The supply of Powder in the Colony is so insufficient that they cannot contribute in the least towards supplying Ticonderoga and Crown Point with it. [1775-06-06] New-York, Congress; Livingston, Peter Van Brugh. [S4-V2-p0916] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Frederick Weissenfels. [1775-06-06] Weissenfels, Frederick; Willett, Marinus; Mott, Gershom; Johnson, John; Roorback, Garret; Wynkoop, Jacobus; Alner, James; Quackenbos, John. [S4-V2-p0917] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Pierpont Edwards to the New-York Congress. Request the fullest information of the measures they have adopted, that he may communicate them to the Assembly of Connecticut. [1775-06-06] Edwards, Pierpont. [S4-V2-p0917] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Jacobus Low to the Ulster County, New-York, Committee, making concessions for his opposition to the Resolves of the Continental Congress. [1775-06-06] Low, Jacobus. [S4-V2-p0917] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Meeting of the Committee for the Town of Kingston, in Ulster County, New-York. Mr. Low having made reasonable satisfaction, is recommended as a friend to the rights and liberties of British America. [1775-06-06] New-York, Kingston Committee; Sleght, Johannes. [S4-V2-p0917] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Jacobus Low. [1775-06-06] Low, Jacobus. [S4-V2-p0917] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Captain Henry B. Livingston to the New-York Congress. [1775-06-06] Livingston, Henry B., Captain. [S4-V2-p0918] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Meeting of Delegates from the several Towns in the County of Cumberland, New-York. They will resist and oppose the acts of Parliament for raising a Revenue in America, and adopt the Association entered into at New-York. They have many brave Soldiers, but nothing to fight with, and request a supply from the Congress. [1775-06-06] New-York, Cumberland County Committee; Hazeltine, John. [S4-V2-p0918] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from James Easton, at Crown Point, to the Massachusetts Congress. [1775-06-06] Easton, James. [S4-V2-p0919] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Concession of Silvanus Whitney to the Committee of Observation for Stamford, Connecticut. [1775-06-06] Connecticut, Stamford Committee of Observation; Hait, John, Jr.. [S4-V2-p0920] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Concession of Silvanus Whitney to the Committee of Observation for Stamford, Connecticut. [1775-06-06] Whitney, Silvanus. [S4-V2-p0920] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Narrative of the destruction of the Tea, delivered up by Silvanus Whitney. [1775-06-06] Connecticut, Stamford Committee of Observation. [S4-V2-p0920] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Exchange of Prisoners at Charlestown. [1775-06-06] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0920] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Declaration by John Prentice, of his reasons for signing the Address to Governour Hutchinson. [1775-06-06] Prentice, John. [S4-V2-p0921] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Subscription of One Hundred Pounds, by the Constitutional Society, London, for the relief of the Widows and Orphans of those who were inhumanly murdered by the King's Troops at Lexington and Concord, in April last. [1775-06-07] Constitutional Society. [S4-V2-p0921] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Importation Report. [1775-06-07] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0921] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

The Association of the Provincial Congress of South-Carolina, signed universally by the Inhabitants of Charlestown, two persons only treated it with contempt. [1775-06-08] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0922] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Michael Hubart to the Committee of Correspondence at Charlestown, complaining of his treatment by Laughlin Martin and John Dealy. [1775-06] Hubart, Michael. [S4-V2-p0922] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Account of the punishment of Martin and Dealy, (Note). [1775-06] Drayton, William Henry. [S4-V2-p0923] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from North-Carolina to a Gentleman in New-York. The Governour has sent his family to New-York, and has taken up his residence in Fort Johnston, at the mouth of Cape-Fear River. [1775-06-07] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0924] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Meeting of the Committee of Worcester County, Maryland. Acknowledge their allegiance to the King, an affection for his person, and zeal for the support of his crown and dignity, will do all in their power to oppose the detested Ministerial plan for enslaving their Country, and will cheerfully contribute to assist their suffering brethren in Boston. [1775-06-07] Maryland, Worcester County Committee. [S4-V2-p0924] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Dixon Quinton. [1775-06-01] Quinton, Dixon; Maryland, Worcester County Committee. [S4-V2-p0924] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Dixon Quinton and Thomas Lambden declared enemies of their Country, by the Worcester, Maryland, Committee. [1775-06-07] Maryland, Worcester County Committee; Dennis, Robert. [S4-V2-p0924] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Delaware Assembly declare they will be chargeable with their share of the expense incurred in the defence of the lives and liberties of the People of the Twelve United Colonies, and of the Parish of St. John's, in Georgia. [1775-06-05] Delaware, General Assembly. [S4-V2-p0925] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Delaware Assembly declare they will be chargeable with their share of the expense incurred in the defence of the lives and liberties of the People of the Twelve United Colonies, and of the Parish of St. John's, in Georgia. [1775-06-07] Delaware, General Assembly. [S4-V2-p0925] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Charles Lee to General Burgoyne. [1775-06-07] Lee, Charles, General. [S4-V2-p0925] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Philadelphia Committee examine the complaint against Captain Robert Torrans, for having imported and sold some Irish Linens about the first of May last, and resolve that he has wilfully and knowingly violated the Continental Association. [1775-06-07] Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Committee of Correspondence; Torrans, Robert; Bryan, George. [S4-V2-p0928] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Philadelphia Committee examine the complaint against Captain Robert Torrans, for having imported and sold some Irish Linens about the first of May last, and resolve that he has wilfully and knowingly violated the Continental Association. [1775-06-09] Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Committee of Correspondence. [S4-V2-p0928] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-York Congress to their Delegates in the Continental Congress, enclosing the Report of a Committee appointed on erecting Fortifications at King's Bridge. The ground is so irregular on the Northern part of Manhattan Island that no Fortifications can be constructed there so as to be tenable for any length of time. No part of the Island is adapted for a Magazine or place of Arms, with an enemy superiour in the field, and with the command of both Rivers. [1775-06-07] . [S4-V2-p1278] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-York Congress to the Committee of Albany. Highly approve of their zeal and activity in raising Troops, but request them to proceed no further without orders, the two Companies raised may be sent to Ticonderoga. The Prisoners taken at St. John's should remain at liberty, and be supported out of the Colony Provisions. [1775-06-07] . [S4-V2-p1280] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-York Congress to their Delegates in the Continental Congress, calling their attention to the necessity of immediately providing Money, without which it will be impossible to comply with their further requests. Their attention is particularly called to the situation of New-York, with respect to the Indians on their Northern Frontiers, whom policy will teach the British Ministry to set upon them, that they may be driven for protection to embrace their terms of slavery, this evil may be remedied by the appointment of a Continental Superintendent of Indian affairs, instead of leaving the management of Indian affairs in the hands of Crown Officers. The appointment of a General is left to the wisdom of the Continental Congress. [1775-06-07] . [S4-V2-p1281] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-York Congress to their Delegates in the Continental Congress, recommending Colonel Philip Schuyler and Captain Richard Montgomery to the offices of Major and Brigadier-General. [1775-06-07] . [S4-V2-p1282] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-York Congress to the Massachusetts Committee of Safety. They are fully aware of the dangerous consequences that await them, either from supineness, or a confidence in the honour of the avowed instruments of Ministerial vengeance. [1775-06-07] New-York, Congress; Livingston, Peter Van Brugh. [S4-V2-p0928] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Donald McLeod, late from Scotland, to the New-York Committee, asking for a Commission. [1775-06-07] McLeod, Donald. [S4-V2-p0929] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Benjamin Lindsay to the New-York Committee, asking permission to take on board a parcel of Flour for the Poor of Boston. [1775-06-07] Lindsay, Benjamin. [S4-V2-p0929] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Benjamin Lindsay to New-York Congress. [1775-06-11] Lindsay, Benjamin. [S4-V2-p0929] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Application of the Selectmen of the Town of Lancaster to the Massachusetts Congress, to know what shall be done with the Estates of those who have gone to General Gage. [1775-06-07] Massachusetts, Lancaster Selectmen; Allen, Ebenezer; Fairbank, Cyrus; Thurston, Samuel. [S4-V2-p0930] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Committee of Belfast, and c., to the Massachusetts Congress, representing the defenceless condition of the Towns they represent. [1775-06-07] Massachusetts, Belfast, Majabigwaduce, and Benjamin's River Committee; Goldthwait, Thomas; Tufts, John; Buck, Jonathan; Moores, Edmund; Shute, Benjamin; Crary, Oliver. [S4-V2-p0930] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Davis and Coverly to the Massachusetts Congress. [1775-06-07] Davis; Coverly. [S4-V2-p0931] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Hanover, Virginia, Volunteers, declare they will risk their lives to aid and assist in protecting the Liberties of their Country, and approve of the reprisals on the King's property for the Powder taken by Lord Dunmore. [1775-06-08] Virginia, Hanover Volunteers; Overton, James. [S4-V2-p0931] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Three Battalions of the City and Liberties of Philadelphia, the Artillery Company, a Troop of Light-Horse, several Companies of Light-Infantry, Rangers, and Riflemen, in all above two thousand Men, reviewed by the Members of the Continental Congress. [1775-06-08] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0931] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Abraham Clark, of Elizabethtown, New-Jersey, to the New-York Congress. Forward six quarter casks and two half barrels of Gunpowder, to be sent on to the Camp near Boston. [1775-06-08] Clark, Abraham. [S4-V2-p0931] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-York Congress to the Continental Congress, enclosing a Letter from General Ward, Joseph Warren, and Moses Gill, dated Camp, June 4, 1775. [1775-06-08] New-York, Congress; Douw, Volkert P.. [S4-V2-p0931] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to the Provincial Congress of New-York, from General Ward, Dr. Warren President of the Committee of Safety, and Moses Gill Chairman of the Committee of Supplies, of Massachusetts, informing them of their distressed condition for want of Powder, and urging them in the strongest terms to assist them with a supply. [1775-06-04] Ward, Artemas, General; Warren, Joseph; Gill, Moses. [S4-V2-p0932] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Donald McLeod, late from Scotland: can raise a Company of Scottish Highlanders, to enter the service of the Colonies, and requests an answer to his application for a Commission. [1775-06-08] McLeod, Donald. [S4-V2-p0932] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

New-York Committee. Isaac Sears elected a Deputy to the Provincial Congress, in place of George Folliot. Committee appointed to examine the cargo of any Vessel which arrives, suspected of having on board Goods not admissible. [1775-06-08] New-York Committee. [S4-V2-p0933] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Meeting of Freeholders of Brookhaven, in Suffolk County, New-York, choose a Committee of Observation. [1775-06-08] New-York, Brookhaven Committee; Woodhull, John. [S4-V2-p0933] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Cumberland County, New-York, to the Provincial Congress. Will support all the American measures in opposition to the arbitrary, tyrannick, and sanguinary measures of the British Parliament. [1775-06-08] New-York, Cumberland County Committee; Hazeltine, John. [S4-V2-p0934] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of the Senior Class of Rhode-Island College to the President. [1775-06-08] Rhode-Island College, Senior Class, 1775; Read, Josiah; Law, Andrew; Fulton, James. [S4-V2-p0935] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Answer of the President to the Petition of the Senior Class. [1775-06-09] Manning, James; Hoell, David. [S4-V2-p0936] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Trumbull to the Massachusetts Congress. [1775-06-08] Trumbull, Jonathan, Governour of Connecticut. [S4-V2-p0236] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Massachusetts Congress to Captain Solomon Uhhaunnauwaunmut, Chief Sachem of the Moheakonnuck Tribe of Indians, at Stockbridge. [1775-06-08] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress; Freeman, Samuel. [S4-V2-p0937] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Portsmouth, New-Hampshire, Committee, to the Provincial Congress. [1775-06-08] New-Hampshire, Portsmouth Committee of Correspondence; Hart, Thomas. [S4-V2-p0937] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee appointed by the New-Hampshire Congress to demand of George Jaffrey, Treasurer of the Colony, the Money in his hands. [1775-06-08] New-Hampshire, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0937] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

The Provincial Congress of South-Carolina have determined to raise two Regiments of Foot and one of Horse immediately, and to put the Militia on a respectable footing. [1775-06-09] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0938] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Volunteer Company of Lancaster County, Virginia. Thank Captain Patrick Henry for his spirited conduct in the late expedition, and will defend him and the Delegates, and all other friends to America, whom the abandoned tools of Administration may dare to attack. [1775-06-09] Virginia, Lancaster County Volunteers. [S4-V2-p0938] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-York Congress to the Commander-in-Chief, at Ticonderoga. [1775-06-09] . [S4-V2-p1288] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-York Congress to the Commissioners at Albany, appointed to superintend the removal of the Stores from Ticonderoga. [1775-06-09] . [S4-V2-p1288] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from William Williams, Benjamin Waite, and Joab Hoisington, to the New-York Congress, requesting to be appointed Field-Officers. [1775-06-09] Williams, William; Waite, Benjamin; Hoisington, Joab. [S4-V2-p0938] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Ethan Allen to the Massachusetts Congress. Two or three thousand Men, conducted by intrepid commanders, would at this juncture make a conquest of Canada. Such a plan would make a diversion in favour of the Massachusetts-Bay, who have been too much burdened with a calamity that should be more general. [1775-06-09] Allen, Ethan. [S4-V2-p0939] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proclamation by General Guy Carleton, Governour of the Province of Quebeck. Rebels from the neighbouring Colonies, having made incursions into the Province, making prisoners of a number of His Majesty's Troops, and are at present invading the Province in a traitorous manner, it is necessary to suspend the ordinary course of civil law, and martial law will henceforth be executed throughout the Province. [1775-06-09] Carleton, Guy, General; Cramahe, H. T.. [S4-V2-p0940] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Reverend Samuel Kirkland, Missionary among the Oneida Indians, to the Committee of Albany. Colonel Johnson has orders from Government to remove the dissenting Missionaries from the Six Nations, till the difficulties between Great Britain and the Colonies are settled: he has forbid Mr. Kirkland to speak one word to the Indians, and threatened him with imprisonment if he transgresses, because he translated the proceedings of the Continental Congress for the Indians, at their request. [1775-06-09] . [S4-V2-p1309] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Trumbull to the Continental Congress. Has made provision for the defence of Ticonderoga, Col. Hinman is appointed to the command of the Troops there, consisting of one thousand Men from Connecticut, well armed, and furnished with one pound of Powder and three pounds of Ball to each man. [1775-06-09] Trumbull, Jonathan, Governour of Connecticut. [S4-V2-p0940] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Abiathar Angel to the Massachusetts Congress. [1775-06-09] Angel, Abiathar. [S4-V2-p0941] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition and Remonstrance of Abiathar Angel, of Lanesborough, in the County of Berkshire, to the Massachusetts Congress. [1775-06-09] Angel, Abiathar. [S4-V2-p0941] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from John Lane, at Fort Pownall, to the Massachusetts Congress. [1775-06-09] Lane, John. [S4-V2-p0942] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Journal of John Lane, from Watertown to Penobscot, to treat with the Eastern Indians. [May 22, 1775-June 6, 1775] Lane, John. [S4-V2-p0942] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Elisha Hewes, dated at Penobscot River, to the Massachusetts Congress. [1775-06-09] Hewes, Elisha. [S4-V2-p0943] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Joseph Hawley to Joseph Warren. Urges reasons why the Posts on Lake Champlain should not be abandoned, but should be maintained at all events. [1775-06-09] Hawley, Joseph. [S4-V2-p0944] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Account of what passed on the 19th of April last, between a Detachment of the King's Troops, in the Province of Massachusetts-Bay, and several parties of the Rebel Provincials, published officially in the London Gazette. [1775-06-10] London Gazette. [S4-V2-p0945] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Return by General Gage of the Commissioned and Non-Commissioned Officers, Rank and File, Killed, Wounded, Prisoners and Missing, on the 19th of April, 1775Return by General Gage of the Commissioned and Non-Commissioned Officers, Rank and File, Killed, Wounded, Prisoners and Missing, on the 19th of April, 1775. [1775-04-19] Gage, Thomas, General; London Gazette. [S4-V2-p0946] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Remarks on the Gazette account of the Action of the 19th of April. [1775-06-12] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0947] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Strictures on the Gazette account of the Action between the Provincials and the Regulars, near Boston. [1775-06] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0948] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address to the People of England, on the Gazette account of the Attack of His Majesty's Troops on the Provincials in Massachusetts. [1775-06] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0952] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Falmouth, in England, to a Gentleman in Philadelphia. The hostilities commenced in America, between the King's Troops and the Provincials, will be attended with fatal consequences to both parties. [1775-06-10] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0953] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extract of a Letter from Charlestown, South-Carolina, Dated June 19, 1775. [1775-06-10] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0953] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers of the First and Second Regiments of Infantry, and of the Regiment of Horse Rangers, appointed by Provincial Congress of South-Carolina. [1775-06-10] South-Carolina General Assembly. [S4-V2-p0953] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from John Hancock, President, to the New-York Congress, enclosing a Resolution requesting them to purchase and forward to the Army at Boston, with the utmost expedition and secrecy, five thousand barrels of Flour. [1775-06-10] Hancock, John. [S4-V2-p0954] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to the New-York Congress, from their Delegates in the Continental Congress. The emission of Paper Money will be discussed on the 12th. Indian affairs, which are of the highest importance to New-York, will be duly considered by the Congress. The Indians will not be disposed to engage in our unhappy quarrel, unless deceived by misrepresentations, and this, with care on our part, can be prevented. [1775-06-10] New-York Delegates, Continental Congress; Livingston, Philip; Duane, James; Lewis, Francis; Floyd, William; Alsop, John. [S4-V2-p0954] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from President Hancock to the Massachusetts Congress, enclosing a Resolution of the Congress advising the assumption of Civil Government by Massachusetts, Gen. Gage having levied War against His Majesty's peaceable Subjects of that Colony. [1775-06-10] Hancock, John. [S4-V2-p0955] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolution of the Congress advising the assumption of Civil Government by Massachusetts, Gen. Gage having levied War against His Majesty's peaceable Subjects of that Colony. [1775-06-09] Continental Congress; Thomson, Charles; Hancock, John. [S4-V2-p0955] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Thomas Cushing to Elbridge Gerry. [1775-06-10] Cushing, Thomas. [S4-V2-p0955] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Robert Treat Paine Elbridge Gerry. [1775-06-10] Paine, Robert Treat. [S4-V2-p0956] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from President Hancock to the New-Hampshire Congress, enclosing Resolutions of the Congress of this day. [1775-06-10] Hancock, John. [S4-V2-p0956] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-York Congress to their Delegates in the Continental Congress. A Vessel, suspected of having on board Provisions for the British Army at Boston, has been detained to get the opinion of the Continental Congress whether she should be permitted to proceed. [1775-06-10] New-York, Congress. [S4-V2-p0956] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-York Congress to Governour Trumbull. Have procured six hundred and fifty pounds of Powder from New-Jersey for Massachusetts, which will be forwarded immediately. [1775-06-10] New-York, Congress; Livingston, Peter Van Brugh. [S4-V2-p0957] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Robert Boyd to the New-York Congress, informing them he can make Muskets, and requesting an advance of one hundred Pounds, to provide the necessary Machinery. [1775-06-10] Boyd, Robert, Jr.. [S4-V2-p0957] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Officers at Crown Point and Ticonderoga to the Continental Congress. Recommend Ethan Allen, Seth Warner and Remember Baker for appointments. [1775-06-10] Elmer, Samuel. [S4-V2-p0957] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Elisha Hewes, at Fort Pownall, to the Massachusetts Congress. [1775-06-10] Hewes, Elisha. [S4-V2-p0958] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Conway, New-Hampshire, to Matthew Thornton. All the young men are enlisted in the Army. The old men are not able to carry on farming: they are in want of Arms and Ammunition, and, expecting an attack from the Indians, apply to the Provincial Congress for assistance. [1775-06-10] New-Hampshire, Conway Committee; McMullen, Andrew. [S4-V2-p0958] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Tryon County, New-York, Committee, appoint Delegates to the Provincial Congress. [1775-06-11] New-York, Tryon County Committee; Herkimer, Nicholas; Finck, Andrew, Jr.. [Spelling variants of Herkimer include: Herchkeimer and Herckheimer.] [S4-V2-p0959] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Massachusetts Congress to the Continental Congress. The embarrassments in executing every undertaking are so many that they cannot be enumerated. This is chiefly to be attributed to the want of a Civil Government: on which the immediate advice of the Congress is requested. [1775-06-11] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress; Hawley, Joseph; Freeman, Samuel. [S4-V2-p0959] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from London to a Gentleman in Virginia. Since the confirmation of the news brought by Captain Derby, the Americans bear the greatest applause here of any people in the world. [1775-06-12] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0960] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address to the People of England, on the Disturbances in America. [1775-06-12] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0961] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Provincial Congress of South-Carolina. Resolve that any person who refuses obedience to the authority of the Congress shall be advertised as an enemy to the Liberties of America, and an object of the resentment of the Publick. [1775-06-12] South-Carolina Provincial Congress; Timothy, Peter. [S4-V2-p0962] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Provincial Congress of South-Carolina. Resolve that any person who refuses obedience to the authority of the Congress shall be advertised as an enemy to the Liberties of America, and an object of the resentment of the Publick. [1775-06-12] South-Carolina Provincial Congress; Timothy, Peter. [S4-V2-p0962] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Some Thoughts on the Constitution of the British Empire and the Controversy between Great Britain and the American Colonies. [1775-06-12] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0962] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-York Congress to the Merchants of Canada. [1775-06-13] . [S4-V2-p1294] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

New-York Committee. Direct the removal of some Soldiers' Wives and their Children, infected with the Small-Pox, out of the City. [1775-06-12] New-York Committee. [S4-V2-p0965] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committees of the Precincts of New-Marlborough, New-Windsor and Newburgh, in Ulster County, New-York, to the Provincial Congress. [1775-06-12] New-York, New-Marlborough Committee; Carpenter, Benjamin; New-York, New-Windsor Committee; Brewster, Samuel; New-York, Newburgh Committee of Correspondence and Observation; Belknap, Isaac. [S4-V2-p0966] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Alexander McDougall to the Massachusetts Congress. Some Powder has been obtained, which will be forwarded this night, accompanied by a Guard, They are directed to travel always in the night, and to put up in the day, to avoid any parade on the road which might lead to a conclusion that the Powder is much wanted by the Army. [1775-06-12] McDougall, Alexander. [S4-V2-p0966] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Alexander McDougall to Joseph Warren. [1775-06-12] Warren, Joseph. [S4-V2-p0967] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Alexander McDougall to the Committee for Greenwich, Connecticut, requesting them to forward the Powder. [1775-06-12] McDougall, Alexander. [S4-V2-p0967] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Alexander McDougall to the Committee for Greenwich, Connecticut, requesting them to forward the Powder. [1775-06-13] Connecticut, Greenwich Committee. [S4-V2-p0967] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

June 12, Newport, Rhode-Island. [1775-06-12] Rhode-Island, General Assembly; Ward, Henry. [S4-V2-p0967] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Official notice of advices received by the Earl of Dartmouth, from Gen. Gage, to this date. [1775-07-18] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0968] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Gage to the Earl of Dartmouth. A plan for a Rebellion has been long conceived, and the People's minds ripened for it. [1775-06-12] Gage, Thomas, General. [S4-V2-p0968] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Gage to the Earl of Dartmouth. A plan for a Rebellion has been long conceived, and the People's minds ripened for it. [1775-05-17] Warren, Joseph; Washington, George. [S4-V2-p0968] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proclamation by General Gage, declaring the Province of Massachusetts-Bay in a state of actual Rebellion, offering pardon to all who lay down their Arms, excepting only from the benefit of pardon Samuel Adams and John Hancock, suspending the Civil Law, and establishing Martial Law throughout the Province. [1775-06-12] Gage, Thomas, General; Flucker, Thomas. [S4-V2-p0968] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Massachusetts Congress to the Continental Congress. Taking and keeping possession of Ticonderoga was necessary for the preservation of the Liberties of America, but in so doing there was no intention to disturb the People of Canada, and they request that means may be taken to remove the false impressions made upon the minds of the Canadians on this subject. [1775-06-12] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0970] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Memorial of Henry Howell Williams to the Massachusetts Congress, setting forth the losses he has sustained from a number of armed Troops, commonly called Provincials, on Noddle-Island and Hog-Island, in Boston-Bay, and praying relief. [1775-06-12] Williams, Henry Howell. [S4-V2-p0971] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Declaration of John Worthington to Committee for Springfield, Massachusetts, of his determination to support the measures of the Continental Congress, and of his willingness to defend the Rights and Liberties of America. [1775-06-12] Worthington, John. [S4-V2-p0971] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee for Springfield, in Massachusetts. Recommend John Worthington to the favourable opinion of the Publick, and to the treatment and respect due to a friend to the Country. [1775-06-12] Massachusetts, Springfield Committee of Correspondence; Brewer, Nathaniel. [S4-V2-p0972] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Acknowledgment of Timothy Brown, of Tewksbury, suspected as an enemy to his Country. [1775-06-12] Brown, Timothy. [S4-V2-p0972] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committees for Chelmsford, Billerica and Tewksbury. Satisfied with Timothy Brown's Acknowledgment. [1775-06-12] Massachusetts, Chelmsford, Billerica, and Tewksbury Committee of Correspondence; Spalding, Simeon. [S4-V2-p0972] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of the Town of Kittery to the Massachusetts Congress. Their supplies of Provisions are cut off, and their Town is threatened to be beat down by the Captains of the Scarborough and the Canceaux Men-of-War, being reduced to the alternative, either to fight or perish by famine, they choose the first, and request supplies of Powder and Ball. [1775-06-12] Massachusetts, Kittery Committee of Safety; Chauncy, Charles, Jr.. [S4-V2-p0972] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Elisha Phelps to the Massachusetts Committee of Safety. [1775-06-12] Phelps, Elisha. [S4-V2-p0972] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Newfoundland to a Gentleman in New-York. The People are suffering for bread, they curse New-York, which was the only place they depended on for assistance in subjugating the Americans, and propose the most inhuman proceedures if any of the Continental Congress should fall into their hands. [1775-06-12] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0973] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from London. [1775-06-13] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0974] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Martin of North-Carolina, to Henry White of New-York, requests him to send a Royal Standard, and Furniture for a Colonel's Tent. [1775-06-13] Martin, Josiah, Governour of North-Carolina. [S4-V2-p0974] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from one of the Virginia Delegates in the Continental Congress to a friend in Williamsburg. Colonel Skene has just arrived from London, charged with a power from the Administration to influence the Members of Congress, by arguments drawn on the Treasury. He has been made a Prisoner, and is on his parole, to remain within eight miles of Philadelphia. [1775-06-13] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0974] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Caroline County Committee. [1775-06-13] Virginia, Caroline County Committee; Hawes, Samuel. [S4-V2-p0974] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from D. Cross, of Glasgow, in Scotland, to James Dunlop, Merchant, Port-Royal, Virginia. [1775-06-08] Cross, D.. [S4-V2-p0975] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from D. Cross to James Dunlop and Patrick Kennan, Merchants, on Rappahannock, Virginia. [1775-06-13] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0975] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Baltimore to a Gentleman in Virginia. Lord Dunmore left Williamsburgh, and went on board a Man-of-War, on Friday, the 8th instant, and refused to return on an invitation from the Assembly. [1775-06-13] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0975] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-York Congress to their Delegates in the Continental Congress, enclosing a Report of a Committee appointed to examine the Highlands. [1775-06-13] New-York, Congress; Livingston, Peter Van Brugh. [S4-V2-p0975] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Benedict Arnold, Crown Point, to the Continental Congress. Has learned from a Messenger he sent among the Indians, that they are determined not to assist the King's Troops. Governour Carleton has not succeeded in raising more than twenty Canadians, if the Congress think proper to take possession of Montreal and Quebeck, it can be done with two thousand Men, it would be more advantageous to take and keep possession of Quebeck than to rebuild Ticonderoga. [1775-06-13] Arnold, Benedict. [S4-V2-p0976] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Benedict Arnold to Governour Trumbull. [1775-06-13] Arnold, Benedict. [S4-V2-p0977] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from John Palmer, Quartermaster General, to the Massachusetts Committee of Safety. [1775-06-13] Palmer, Joseph. [S4-V2-p0978] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from John Palmer, Quartermaster General, to the Massachusetts Committee of Safety. [1775-06-13] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety; White, Benjamin. [S4-V2-p0978] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Massachusetts Congress to the New-York Congress, informing them that they have requested the Continental Congress to quiet the apprehensions of the Canadians, that hostile preparations are making against them in some of the Colonies, and to counteract the evil effects of the malevolent misrepresentations of Colonel Guy Johnson to the Six Nations. [1775-06-13] . [S4-V2-p1319] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Instructions of the Massachusetts Congress to Walter Spooner, Jedediah Foster, and James Sullivan, a Committee appointed to proceed to Ticonderoga and Crown Point, by the road through the settlements called the New-Hampshire Grants, giving them full power to do every thing in behalf of Massachusetts, for the effectual securing and maintaining those Posts, which they shall judge necessary. [Undated] . [S4-V2-p1407] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Lemuel Prescott, of Boston, to the Massachusetts Congress. [1775-06-13] Trescott, Lemuel. [S4-V2-p0978] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-Hampshire Committee of Safety to the Massachusetts Congress. [1775-06-13] New-Hampshire, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0979] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Safety for New-Hampshire to the Committee of Conway. They have sent twenty-five pounds of Powder, can spare no more, and can supply no Arms. [1775-06-14] New-Hampshire, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p0979] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from one of the Virginia Delegates in Congress to his friend in Williamsburgh. Colonel Washington has been pressed to take supreme command of the American Troops at Roxbury, and will probably accept the appointment. Ten thousand Men will be kept up in Massachusetts, and five thousand in New-York, at the expense of the Continent. [1775-06-14] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0979] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address to the Inhabitants of New-Jersey. [1775-06-14] A Jersey Farmer (pseudo.). [S4-V2-p0980] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from William Duer to the New-York Congress. [1775-06-14] Duer, William. [S4-V2-p0981] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from William Geddard to the New-York Congress, enclosing papers which are explanatory of a design formed by the friends of Freedom for annihilating the old Parliamentary and Ministerial Post-Office in this Country. [1775-06-14] Goddard, William. [S4-V2-p0981] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Papers from Massachusetts, Rhode-Island and Connecticut, approving of the plan for establishing a Post-Office. [1775-05-12] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0982] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Papers from Massachusetts, Rhode-Island and Connecticut, approving of the plan for establishing a Post-Office. [1775-05-15] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress; Warren, Joseph. [S4-V2-p0982] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Papers from Massachusetts, Rhode-Island and Connecticut, approving of the plan for establishing a Post-Office. [1775-05-18] New-Hampshire, Provincial Congress; Thornton, Matthew. [S4-V2-p0982] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Papers from Massachusetts, Rhode-Island and Connecticut, approving of the plan for establishing a Post-Office. [1775-05-30] Rhode-Island, Providence Committee; Angell, James. [S4-V2-p0982] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Papers from Massachusetts, Rhode-Island and Connecticut, approving of the plan for establishing a Post-Office. [1775-05-31] Rhode-Island, Newport Committee; Bumneil, Thomas. [S4-V2-p0982] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Papers from Massachusetts, Rhode-Island and Connecticut, approving of the plan for establishing a Post-Office. [1775-05-05] Connecticut, Stamford Committee; Wait, John, Jr.. [S4-V2-p0983] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Papers from Massachusetts, Rhode-Island and Connecticut, approving of the plan for establishing a Post-Office. [1775-05-07] Connecticut, Norwalk Committee; Gruman, Samuel; Betts, Thaddeus; Lockwood, Eliphalet. [S4-V2-p0983] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Papers from Massachusetts, Rhode-Island and Connecticut, approving of the plan for establishing a Post-Office. [1775-05-07] Hosmer, Titus. [S4-V2-p0983] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Papers from Massachusetts, Rhode-Island and Connecticut, approving of the plan for establishing a Post-Office. [1775-05-07] Connecticut, Hartford Committee; Wyllys, Samuel; Wadsworth, Samuel. [S4-V2-p0983] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Papers from Massachusetts, Rhode-Island and Connecticut, approving of the plan for establishing a Post-Office. [1775-06-06] Connecticut, New London Committee of Correspondence; Shaw, Nathaniel, Jr.; Deshon, John. [S4-V2-p0983] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-York Congress to the Continental Congress. [1775-06-14] New-York, Congress; Livingston, Peter Van Brugh. [S4-V2-p0983] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Enclosed copy of the Resolution directing the purchase of Flour for the Army. [1775-06-12] New-York, Congress; McKesson, John. [S4-V2-p0984] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-York Congress to their Delegates in the Continental Congress, communicating information just received of the sailing of Troops from Ireland for Boston and New-York. [1775-06-14] New-York, Congress; Livingston, Peter Van Brugh. [S4-V2-p0984] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Information given by Captain Thompson to the New-York Congress of the embarkation of Troops for America. [1775-06-13] New-York, Congress. [S4-V2-p0984] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-York Congress to General Wooster, requesting him to take charge of Angus McDonald. [1775-06-14] . [S4-V2-p1299] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from M. S. Mumford to Jonathan Trumbull, Jun. A ship from London, with Major Skene and a quantity of Arms, arrived at Philadelphia, have been secured by the Congress. [1775-06-14] Mumford, M. S.. [S4-V2-p0985] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Cooke to Captain Wallace, of His Majesty's Ship Rose, at Newport. Remonstrating against his interrupting the People of Rhode-Island in their lawful Trade, and seizing their persons and property, demands his reasons for doing so, and also demands the immediate return of the Vessels he has taken. [1775-06-14] Cooke, Nicholas, Governour of Rhode-Island. [S4-V2-p0985] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Capt. Wallace to Governour Cooke. Supposes he writes in behalf of some body of People, and desires to know whether or not Governour Cooke, or the People for whom he writes, are not in open Rebellion against their lawful Sovereign. [1775-06-14] Wallace, James, Captain. [S4-V2-p0986] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Newport, Rhode Island, Committee, to the Committee for East-Hampton, New-York. [1775-06-14] Rhode-Island, Newport Committee; Otis, Jonathan. [S4-V2-p0986] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Falmouth to the Massachusetts Congress. No provision having been made for the support of the Men enlisted to guard the Sea-Coasts, they cannot continue to do duty. Four Indian Chiefs have arrived at Falmouth, with Captain Lane, from the Penobscot Tribe. [1775-06-14] Massachusetts, Falmouth Committee of Correspondence; Preble, Jedediah; Freeman, Enoch. [S4-V2-p0986] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Instructions of the Massachusetts Congress to the Gentlemen Chosen to Repair to Ticonderoga. [1775-06-14] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p0986] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Josiah Jones and Jonathan Hicks to the Massachusetts Congress. [1775-06-14] Jones, Josiah; Hicks, Jonathan. [S4-V2-p0988] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Machias Committee to the Massachusetts Congress. Account of the capture at that place of two Sloops and a British Tender. [1775-06-14] Massachusetts, Machias Committee; Stillman, George. [S4-V2-p0988] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Appeal to the Publick, by Charles Gordon, of Cecil County, Maryland, against a publication by the Committee for Charlestown Hundred. [1775-06-15] Gordon, Charles. [S4-V2-p0990] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Reply of the Committee. [1775-06] Maryland, Charlestown Hundred Committee; Hamilton, Patrick; Ramsey, Nathaniel; Hamilton, John; Hughes, Thomas. [S4-V2-p0990] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings of the Committee of Cecil County, at Elk-Ferry, on the 16th of May, 1775, in relation to Charles Gordon, who is declared an enemy to his Country. [1775-05-16] Maryland, Cecil County Committee; Veazey, John, III. [S4-V2-p0991] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings of the Committee of Cecil County, at Elk-Ferry, on the 24th of May, 1775, in relation to Charles Gordon, who is declared an enemy to his Country. [1775-05-17] Maryland, Cecil County Committee; Smith, David; Veazey, John, III. [S4-V2-p0991] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

"Memento" to Lord North. [1775-06-15] Memento (pseudo.). [S4-V2-p0992] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report on the Address of Montford Browne, Governour of the Bahama Islands, inviting settlements in Louisiana and Mississippi. [1775-06-15] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p0992] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Governour Browne's reasons, as presented to the King, for an immediate Civil Government in the British Dominions adjoining to the River Mississippi, in North America. [1775-06] Browne, Montford. [S4-V2-p0993] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Mr. John Durade. [1770-02] Durade, John. [S4-V2-p0994] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

To Governour Browne. [1769-1770?] Rouchon, Pierre; Lagautrais, H.; Metulick, Gerome; Durade, Jaques; Durade, Jean; D'Oraioire; Bernard, E.; Timmermans; Rouchon, P.; Lagoutry; Bichie; La Combs, Vincent; Du Faud, Dennis; Boulomois, B.; Milon, Joseph; Cornillieu, Jean Baptiste; Fourdas; Blanchard, Charles; Lagoutrey; Monsanto; Line; Milhet, D.; Vincent, J.; Delapommeraye, Locquet; Corona, Vicenzo; Aostion, P.; Olis, Baptiste; Hochoit, P.; Monsanto, J.. [S4-V2-p0995] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extract of a Report Made to Government by Engineer Cambell. [1769-1770?] Cambell. [S4-V2-p0995] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from President Hancock to the Massachusetts Congress. [1775-06-15] Hancock, John. [S4-V2-p1000] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-York Congress to General Wooster, enclosing a Resolution requesting him to march with his Troops from Connecticut, to the distance of five miles from the City, to be subject to the orders of the Continental Congress. [1775-06-15] New-York, Congress; Livingston, Peter Van Brugh. [S4-V2-p1000] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolution requesting him to march with his Troops from Connecticut, to the distance of five miles from the City, to be subject to the orders of the Continental Congress. [1775-06-15] New-York, Congress; McKesson, John. [S4-V2-p1000] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Adonijah Strong to the Albany Committee. [1775-06-15] Strong, Adonijah. [S4-V2-p1000] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Albany Committee on the Letter from Adonijah Strong. [Undated] . [S4-V2-p1001] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Wooster, at Greenwich, Connecticut, to the New-York Congress. He has received and will secure Angus McDonald. Regrets they have to send their Prisoners so far, and would be much better pleased to receive them nearer the City, especially as four Regiments from Ireland are expected so soon. [1775-06-15] Wooster, David, General. [S4-V2-p1001] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Wooster to Governour Trumbull, requests he may be ordered to New-York. [1775-06-15] Wooster, David, General. [S4-V2-p1001] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Isaac Sears to General Wooster, informing him of a motion made in the Provincial Congress to ask him to march there with his Troops. [1775-06-14] Sears, Isaac. [S4-V2-p1002] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Continuing Letter, General Wooster to Governour Trumbull. [1775-06-15] Wooster, David, General. [S4-V2-p1002] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Answer to a Speech sent by the Stockbridge Indians to the Caughnawagas, or Canadian Tribes of Indians, near Montreal. [1775-06-15] Sergeant, John. [S4-V2-p1002] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Ward to the Worcester, Massachusetts, Committee, enclosing an Order for the removal of Samuel Murray from the Jail in Worcester to his father in Rutland. [1775-06-15] Ward, Artemas, General; Ward, Joseph; Young, William. [S4-V2-p1003] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Massachusetts Congress to the New-Hampshire Congress. [1775-06-15] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress; Warren, Joseph. [S4-V2-p1003] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from William Stoddard, Boston, to Capt. James Littlefield, Watertown. [1775-06-15] Stoddard, William. [S4-V2-p1003] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

"Sydney" to the Soldiers and Seamen serving in the British Fleet and Army in America. [1775-06-15] Sydney (pseudo.). [S4-V2-p1004] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Rev. Samuel Langdon to the Massachusetts Congress. [1775-06-15] Harvard College, Corporation and Board of Overseers; Langdon, Samuel. [S4-V2-p1004] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to Dr. Joseph Warren, President of the Massachusetts Congress. Recommending the employment by the Colony of some Armed Vessels, to protect their Towns and Coasting Trade from British Vessels-of-War. [1775-06-15] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p1005] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Correspondence of Falmouth to the Massachusetts Congress Mr. Lane is on his way to Watertown, with four Indian Chiefs of the Penobscot Tribe. [1775-06-15] Massachusetts, Falmouth Committee of Correspondence; Preble, Jedediah. [S4-V2-p1005] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Read to the New-Hampshire Committee of Safety. [1775-06-15] Read, James, Colonel. [S4-V2-p1005] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Read to the New-Hampshire Committee of Safety, Orders from General Ward. [1775-06-12] Ward, Artemas, General; Read, James, Colonel. [S4-V2-p1006] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Read to the New-Hampshire Committee of Safety. [1775-06-15] Read, James, Colonel. [S4-V2-p1006] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Read to the New-Hampshire Committee of Safety, recommending Andrew Colburn for an appointment. [1775-06-08] Read, James, Colonel. [S4-V2-p1006] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Services done by Andrew Colburn in the last War. [1775] Colburn, Andrew, Captain. [S4-V2-p1006] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Colonel James Read's Regimental Orders for the New-Hampshire Troops under his command. [1775-06-14] Read, James, Colonel. [S4-V2-p1007] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Colonel James Read's Regimental Orders for the New-Hampshire Troops under his command. [1775-06-15] Read, James, Colonel. [S4-V2-p1007] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Joseph Habersham to Philotheos Chiffelle. Efforts of Mr. Stuart and Mr. Cameron to engage the Southern Indians on the side of the British Government. [1775-06-16] Habersham, Joseph. [S4-V2-p1007] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from a Pennsylvanian to Gen. Burgoyne. [1775-06-16] A Pennsylvanian (pseudo.). [S4-V2-p1008] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Account of the Province Stores at Albany, New-York. [1775-06-16] Bleecker, John N.. [S4-V2-p1009] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Wooster to Governour Trumbull, requesting his instructions about complying with the request from New-York to march his Troops there, and place them under the direction of the Continental Congress. [1775-06-16] Wooster, David, General. [S4-V2-p1010] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from an Officer in the Navy at Boston to his friend in England. Sixteen of the Transports ordered from England to New-York are, by the General, ordered to Boston. Expects to hear of bloody work soon, as the Troops are determined to lay the Country waste as they go, with Fire and Sword. [1775-06-16] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p1010] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proclamation by the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts. [1775-06-16] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p1011] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of the Selectmen of Edgartown to the Massachusetts Congress. [1775-06-16] Massachusetts, Edgartown Selectmen; Cook, Thomas; Smith, Ebenezer. [S4-V2-p1018] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Israel Gilman to the New-Hampshire Congress. The Regulars are expected soon to make a push for Bunker's Hill or Dorchester Neck. [1775-06-16] Gilman, Israel, Colonel. [S4-V2-p1013] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address to the People of England. [1775-06-17] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p1013] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Provincial Congress of South-Carolina direct the election of a new Congress. [1775-06-17] South-Carolina Provincial Congress; Timothy, Peter. [S4-V2-p1016] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

To the Committee of the City of Philadelphia. Calling their attention to the injury that may be done, if the Officer lately arrived from the Army in Boston, and says he has sold out, should prove to be a Spy for General Gage. [1775-06-17] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p1016] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from James Duane to the New-York Congress. The Continental Congress has ordered an emission of Two Millions of Dollars, in Paper Currency. Have agreed to raise, at the Continental expense, a body of fifteen thousand Men, and have appointed Col. George Washington Captain-General of all the Forces raised and to be raised in the common cause. [1775-06-17] Duane, James. [S4-V2-p1016] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-York Congress to their Delegates in the Continental Congress. [1775-06-17] New-York, Congress; Livingston, Peter Van Brugh. [S4-V2-p1017] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-York Congress to General Wooster. [1775-06-17] . [S4-V2-p1304] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Wooster to the New-York Congress. Has sent their Letter of the 15th to the Governour, and holds himself in readiness to march as soon as he receives the Governour's orders. [1775-06-17] . [S4-V2-p1306] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Supplies to the Committee of Safety of Massachusetts. Exclusive of thirty-six half barrels of Powder received from Connecticut, there are only in the Magazine twenty-seven half barrels. [1775-06-17] Massachusetts, Committee of Supplies; Cheever, David. [S4-V2-p1017] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee for Machias to the Massachusetts Congress. Both of Captain Jones's Sloops, taken with the Margaretta, one of the King's Tenders, were in the King's service. [1775-06-17] Massachusetts, Machias Committee; Lyon, James. [S4-V2-p1017] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Account of an Engagement at Charlestown, in Massachusetts, between about three thousand of the King's Regular Forces and about half that number of Provincials, on Saturday, the 17th of June, 1775. [1775-06-17] Hide, Elijah, Captain. [S4-V2-p1018] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Wentworth, at Castle William and Mary, in Portsmouth Harbour, to Theodore Atkinson. Captain Barclay has seized a Vessel from Newbury, Massachusetts, for breach of Acts of Trade, and directs that she may be forthwith libelled in the Court of Admiralty. [1775-06-17] Wentworth, John, II, Governour of New-Hampshire. [S4-V2-p1019] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from President Hancock to Elbridge Gerry. Colonel Washington is appointed Commander-in-Chief of the Continental Army, and he will depart in a few days for Cambridge. Ten Companies of Riflemen, from Pennsylvania, Maryland, and Virginia, are ordered immediately to proceed to your Army. [1775-06-18] Hancock, John. [S4-V2-p1019] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from John Adams to Elbridge Gerry. General Washington has been chosen Comander-in-Chief, General Ward First Major-General, and General Lee Second, and Major Gates Adjutant-General. The virtuous attachment of our countrymen to their own officers presented an objection to the appointment of Lee and Gates, which was overcome by the earnest desire of General Washington to have their assistance. [1775-06-18] Adams, John. [S4-V2-p1019] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Wooster to the New-York Congress. [1775-06-18] . [S4-V2-p1306] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Wooster to Governour Trumbull, enclosing a Letter, dated yesterday, from New-York. [1775-06-18] Wooster, David, General. [S4-V2-p1020] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-York Congress to General Wooster, informing him of the change in the destination of the Troops, a Ship-of-War is off Sandy Hook, to direct the Transports to proceed to Boston. [1775-06-17] New-York, Congress; Livingston, Peter Van Brugh. [S4-V2-p1020] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from an Officer of the British Army at Boston to a Gentleman in London. Account of the Battle of Bunker's Hill, the Provinces were defeated, but the victory has cost us very dear, and we do not enjoy one solid benefit from it, we have learned one melancholy truth, which is, that the Americans, if equally well commanded, are as good Soldiers as ours. [1775-06-18] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p1021] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

London, July 27, 1775. [1775-06-27] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p1021] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Thomas to the Massachusetts Congress, recommending the appointment of an Adjutant and Quartermaster-General. [1775-06-18] Thomas, John, General. [S4-V2-p1021] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Massachusetts Committee of Supplies to the Committee of Safety. [1775-06-18] Massachusetts, Committee of Supplies; Cheever, David. [S4-V2-p1022] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Circular Letter from the Committee of Supplies to the several Towns in Massachusetts, urging them to forward Provisions for the Army. [1775-06-18] Massachusetts, Committee of Supplies; Cheever, David. [S4-V2-p1022] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Bartlett to General Folsom, with intelligence of the Battle yesterday, and the burning of Charlestown. [1775-06-18] Bartlett, Josiah, Colonel. [S4-V2-p1022] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Meeting of the Committee for the County of Prince Edward, Virginia. Resolutions on the seizure of the Powder by Lord Dunmore, and approving the conduct of Captain Patrick Henry in making reprisals for it. [1775-06-19] Virginia, Prince Edward County Committee; Lawson, Benjamin. [S4-V2-p1023] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Meeting of the Frederick County, Virginia, Committee. Resolutions on the seizure of the Powder by Lord Dunmore, and the Address from the Council to the People of Virginia. [1775-06-19] Virginia, Frederick County Committee; Heth, William. [S4-V2-p1023] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Queen Anne County, Maryland, Committee. Prohibit the dealing with any Merchant in the County who does not produce satisfactory evidence that his Goods were imported agreeable to the Association. [1775-06-19] Maryland, Queen Anne County Committee; Downes, Edward, Jr.. [S4-V2-p1024] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Brook Watson to the New-York Congress. [1775-06-19] Watson, Brook. [S4-V2-p1025] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Trumbull to the New-York Congress. Has ordered seventeen hundred Men, under the command of Major-General Wooster, to march immediately within five miles of the City of New-York, subject to the orders of the Continental Congress and Provincial Congress of New-York. [1775-06-19] Trumbull, Jonathan, Governour of Connecticut. [S4-V2-p1025] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Trumbull to the Massachusetts Congress. [1775-06-19] Trumbull, Jonathan, Governour of Connecticut. [S4-V2-p1026] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Trumbull to Benedict Arnold. The invasion of Canada should be moved by the Continental Congress, the Army at Boston, and the prospect of one arriving at New-York, forbid our thinking of an Expedition to Canada. [1775-06-19] Trumbull, Jonathan, Governour of Connecticut. [S4-V2-p1026] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Speech of the Chiefs and Warriors of the Oneida Tribe of Indians to the four New-England Provinces, directed to Governour Trumbull. [1775-06-19] Sunoghsis, William (Oneida); Watshaleagh, Viklasha (Oneida); Kanaghquassea, William (Oneida); Thayehcase, Peter (Oneida); Tegayavher, Germine (Oneida); Ahsechose, Nickhes (Oneida); Yoghtanawca, Thomas (Oneida); Ohonwano, Adam (Oneida); Agwerondongwas, Quedellis (Oneida); Tegahpreahdyen, Handerchicko (Oneida); Skeanender, Johnks (Oneida); Teorddeatha, Thomas (Oneida); Kirkland, Samuel. [S4-V2-p1116] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Town Meeting at Providence, Rhode-Island. Authorize Cartridges to be delivered out to the Inhabitants. [1775-06-19] Rhode-Island, Providence Town Meeting; Cooke, Nicholas, Governour of Rhode-Island. [S4-V2-p1027] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Providence, Rhode-Island, Packet, seized by the British, and retaken, near Connecticut. [1775-06-19] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p1027] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proclamation by General Gage, requiring all the Inhabitants of Boston to deliver up their Fire-Arms, and declaring all who omit to do so enemies to His Majesty's Government. [1775-06-19] Gage, Thomas, General; Flucker, Thomas. [S4-V2-p1027] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Ward to the Massachusetts Congress. [1775-06-19] Ward, Artemas, General. [S4-V2-p1028] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Joseph Ward to the Massachusetts Congress, requesting the Troops to be furnished with Blankets, and Spears or Lances. [1775-06-19] Ward, Joseph. [S4-V2-p1028] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Massachusetts Committee of Safety to the Provincial Congress, requesting that measures may be taken to obtain the names and places of abode of all who were Killed or Wounded in the Battle of Lexington, and at any time since, and of such as may be Killed or Wounded at any future time, in the contest between Great Britain and the Colonies. [1775-06-19] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety; White, Benjamin. [S4-V2-p1028] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolution of the Provincial Congress, for carrying into effect the foregoing request. [1775-06-21] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p1028] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel John Stark to the New-Hampshire Congress. Account of the engagement on the 17th instant. [1775-06-19] Stark, John, Colonel. [S4-V2-p1029] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from James McGregore to the Committee of Safety of New-Hampshire. [1775-06-19] McGregore, James. [S4-V2-p1029] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Arrival of Governour Lord William Campbell at Charlestown, South-Carolina. [1775-06-20] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p1030] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Association adopted and signed by the Committees of the District of Wilmington, in North-Carolina. [1775-06-20] North-Carolina, Wilmington District Committees; Rowan, Robert; Nowland, Maurice; Evans, Theophilus; De Lesline, Joseph; Overler, John; Terrell, Micajah; Wilson, John; Rae, Thomas; Emmitt, James; Varden, Aaron; West, Oners; Fletcher, George; Pearl, James; Barge, Lewis; Leonard, Martin; Moody, Thomas; Council, Arthur; Shephard, David; Messer, Peter; Cabein, Thomas; Douse, Daniel; Dick, James; Stephenson, John; Bathgate, William; Stevens, Charles; Parker, John; Murray, Walter; Gillespie, William; Herin, Philip; Varner, Robert; Elwell, John; Dunn, David; Bandy, Simon; Greer, Robert; Hadley, Joshua; Blocker, William; Hollingsworth, Samuel; Glendenin, John; Carver, William; Edmunds, James; Carraway, John; Herin, William; Evans, David; Gee, James; Elwell, Benjamin; White, William; Greer, Joseph; White, Thomas; Jones, John; Council, Robert; Giffy, James; Carver, Robert; Carver, Samuel; Barnes, George. [S4-V2-p1030] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Meeting of the Committee of Accomack County, Virginia, requiring Masters of all Vessels bringing Goods for sale to bring certificates that the Goods were imported agreeable to the Continental Association. [1775-06-20] Virginia, Accomack County Committee; Henry, James; Powell, John. [S4-V2-p1031] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to the Independent Companies of Fairfax County, Virginia, informing them of his appointment to the command of the Continental Army. [1775-06-20] Washington, George. [S4-V2-p1031] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to John Augustine Washington. Has been chosen to the command of the Continental Army, by the partiality of Congress, joined to a political motive, and will set out tomorrow for Boston. [1775-06-20] Washington, George. [S4-V2-p1031] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Meeting of the Committee for the new County proposed to be formed in Delaware, at Broad Creek: bind themselves and constituents, by every thing sacred, collectively and separately, to enforce and carry into execution whatever measures have or may be recommended, for the preservation of the Liberties of America. [1775-06-20] Dagworthy, John, Colonel; Jones, John; Tennant, John; Collins, John; Kollock, Simon; Holland, William; Slosse, Samuel; Polk, Joshua; Bayley, Clement; Polk, William; Mitchell, John; Hubbard, Peter; Cannon, Elijah. [S4-V2-p1032] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Philadelphia to a Gentleman in London. Two propositions which Congress intend to make to the British Government. [1775-06-20] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p1032] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Philadelphia to a Gentleman in London. Colonel George Washington is, at the particular request of the People of New-England, and with the unanimous consent of Congress, appointed Commander-in-Chief of the Continental Forces. [1775-06-20] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p1033] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from President Hancock to the New-Hampshire Congress, enclosing a Resolve passed yesterday for re-enforcing the Army before Boston. [1775-06-20] Hancock, John. [S4-V2-p1034] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Enclosed Resolve passed yesterday for re-enforcing the Army before Boston. [1775-06-19] Continental Congress; Thomson, Charles. [S4-V2-p1034] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-Hampshire Delegates at Philadelphia to the Provincial Congress. The greatest unanimity prevails in the Congress, one and all being determined to defend our rights to the last. [1775-06-20] New-Hampshire Delegates, Continental Congress; Sullivan, John; Langdon, John. [S4-V2-p1035] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-York Congress to Governour Trumbull, enclosing a Resolution of the Continental Congress of the 16th instant. A small supply of Gunpowder has been lately received, and half a ton of it will be forwarded to General Wooster for the Provincial Army at Boston. [1775-06-20] . [S4-V2-p1306] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Provincial Congress of New-York to General Wooster, in reply to his Letters of the 17th and 18th instant. [1775-06-20] . [S4-V2-p1307] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Trumbull to the Continental Congress. Has sent fifty barrels of Powder with the greatest secrecy and despatch to the American Army before Boston, and will send ten barrels more, which is all that can be supplied, as none can be obtained in the Colony. [1775-06-20] Trumbull, Jonathan, Governour of Connecticut. [S4-V2-p1035] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from a Gentleman in Providence, Rhode-Island, to his friend in New-York. Account of the Battle of Bunker's Hill on the 17th instant. [1775-06-20] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p1036] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Meeting of the Governour and Committee of War for Connecticut. [1775-06-07] Connecticut, Committee of War; Trumbull, Jonathan, Governour of Connecticut; Griswold, Matthew, Deputy Governour of Connecticut; Huntington, Jabez; Williams, William; Wales, Nathaniel; Elderkin, Jedediah; West, Joshua; Huntington, Benjamin. [S4-V2-p1037] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Meeting of the Governour and Committee of War for Connecticut. [1775-06-17] Connecticut, Committee of War; Trumbull, Jonathan, Governour of Connecticut; Griswold, Matthew, Deputy Governour of Connecticut; Huntington, Jabez; Williams, William; Wales, Nathaniel; Elderkin, Jedediah; West, Joshua; Huntington, Benjamin. [S4-V2-p1037] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Meeting of the Governour and Committee of War for Connecticut. [1775-06-19] Connecticut, Committee of War; Trumbull, Jonathan, Governour of Connecticut; Griswold, Matthew, Deputy Governour of Connecticut; Huntington, Jabez; Williams, William; Wales, Nathaniel; Elderkin, Jedediah; West, Joshua; Huntington, Benjamin. [S4-V2-p1038] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Meeting of the Governour and Committee of War for Connecticut. [1775-06-20] Connecticut, Committee of War; Trumbull, Jonathan, Governour of Connecticut; Griswold, Matthew, Deputy Governour of Connecticut; Huntington, Jabez; Williams, William; Wales, Nathaniel; Elderkin, Jedediah; West, Joshua; Huntington, Benjamin. [S4-V2-p1039] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Massachusetts Congress to the Continental Congress. Account of the Battle of Bunker's Hill. [1775-06-20] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress; Warren, James; Freeman, Samuel. [S4-V2-p1039] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Massachusetts Congress to General Ward. [1775-06-20] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p1041] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of the Selectmen of the Town of Townshend, in Massachusetts, to the Provincial Congress. Are out of Powder, and ask for an order on the Town of Ashby for one of the two barrels they have. [1775-06-20] Massachusetts, Townshend Selectmen; Hosley, James. [S4-V2-p1041] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Richard Derby, Jun., to Capt. James Kirkwood. [1775-06-20] Derby, Richard, Jr.. [S4-V2-p1041] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report of Edward Bucknam and Seth Wales, to Colonels Bailey and Heard, of the information gained from the Indians on the Canada Frontiers, by two Scouts, sent for that purpose. [1775-06-20] Bucknam, Edward; Wales, Seth. [S4-V2-p1041] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Secret Committee of South-Carolina to Colonel Moultrie. Furnish him with Powder for the two Regiments of Infantry. Recommend to him the greatest caution and prudence, and to permit no Soldier to stand sentry over the Powder, but such as are known friends to the Liberties of America. [1775-06-21] South-Carolina, Secret Committee; Drayton, William Henry. [S4-V2-p1042] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deputation of the Provincial Congress of South-Carolina, to present an Address to the Governour, Lord William Campbell. [1775-06-21] South-Carolina Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p1048] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address and Declaration of the Provincial Congress to the Governour. [1775-06-20] South-Carolina Provincial Congress; Laurens, Henry. [S4-V2-p1048] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Answer of the Governour. [1775-06-21] Campbell, William, Lord, Governour of South-Carolina. [S4-V2-p1048] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Provincial Congress of South-Carolina, to testify their resentment of the base and cruel conduct of the Inhabitants of Poole, a Seaport in the English Channel, refuse to hold any communication with that People, or carry on any transactions with them, or employ any shipping belonging to that Port, or to any Inhabitant of the place. [1775-06-21] South-Carolina Provincial Congress; Timothy, Peter. [S4-V2-p1044] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of Observation for Frederick County, Maryland. Committees of Correspondence for each District in the County appointed. Two Companies of Riflemen raised, in compliance with a Resolution of the Continental Congress, Officers of the Companies appointed, and their pay established. [1775-06-21] Maryland, Frederick County Committee. [S4-V2-p1044] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of Observation for Frederick County, Maryland. Committees of Correspondence for each District in the County appointed. Two Companies of Riflemen raised, in compliance with a Resolution of the Continental Congress, Officers of the Companies appointed, and their pay established. [1775-06-21] Maryland, Frederick County Committee. [S4-V2-p1044] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of Observation for Frederick County, Maryland. Committees of Correspondence for each District in the County appointed. Two Companies of Riflemen raised, in compliance with a Resolution of the Continental Congress, Officers of the Companies appointed, and their pay established. [1775-06-21] Maryland, Frederick County Committee. [S4-V2-p1045] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Provincial Congress to the Committee for the City and County of New-York, requesting them immediately to purchase all the Saltpetre in the City and County, and to inform the Congress what quantity of Brimstone and Sulphur may be purchased in the City. [1775-06-21] . [S4-V2-p1310] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

New-York Committee. Letter received, dated May 30, from Jonathan Parsons, Jun., Newfoundland, informing of the arrival there of the Ship Sally, Captain Taverner, from this Port. [1775-06-21] New-York Committee. [S4-V2-p1046] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Inquiry by a Committee into facts of Captain Taverner's Voyage. [1775-06-21] New-York Committee; Walton, William; Broome, John; Fleming, Edward; Lamb, John. [S4-V2-p1046] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition of Theophilact Bache, that Captain Taverner was ordered to proceed directly to Falmouth, or some other Port in Great Britain, and that he had no agency in causing the Ship Sally to stop at Newfoundland. [1775-06-21] Bache, Theophilact; Matthews, D.. [S4-V2-p1046] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Joseph Johnson, a licensed Preacher of the Gospel amongst seven different Tribes of New-England Indians, and the Oneidas, to the Provincial Congress of New-York. [1775-06-21] Johnson, Joseph (Mohegan). [S4-V2-p1047] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from a Gentleman in New-York to his friend in Edinburgh, Scotland. It is a gross calumny to say we are aiming at Independency. Our political principles are the same that raised the House of Hanover to the Throne, and were your Ministers to adopt these principles we would lay down our arms. [1775-06-21] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p1047] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Albany, New-York, Committee, to the Continental Congress. Certain information received of the hostile intentions of Governour Carleton, who was daily giving presents to Caughnawaga Indians, they having agreed to take up the hatchet. The Troops at Ticonderoga are much in want of Powder. The Frontier Inhabitants are not half supplied with Arms or Powder, and they request some may he forwarded with all the despatch possible. [1775-06-21] New-York, Albany Committee of Safety, Correspondence, and Protection; Stringer, Samuel. [S4-V2-p1048] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Captain Chapman, an officer in General Gage's Army at Boston, to a friend in Ireland. The Army of the Rebels consists of at least fifteen thousand, and is daily increasing, the Pulpits and the Publick Meetings breathe nothing but sedition, the People are in the most slavish subjection to the Priests and Demagogues, the Resolves of the Congress are mostly inflammatory, they have tried and passed sentence on several who have dared to contravene their inquisitorial decrees, their aim is Independency. [1775-06-21] Chapman, Benjamin, Captain. [S4-V2-p1049] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition to the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts from seven Stockbridge Indians, soldiers enlisted in the Provincial Army. [1775-06-21] Naunuptauk, Jehoiakim (Stockbridge); Koukpoot, Abraham (Stockbridge); Auhhheckhurinauhoot, Moses (Stockbridge); Paupoumham, Cornelius (Stockbridge); Natauksen, William (Stockbridge); Oasauwampummunk, John (Stockbridge); Naunaumpretaunkey, Abraham (Stockbridge); Waunnehuaumel, Benjamin (Stockbridge); Wauyumpskeynunnaunt, Daniel (Stockbridge); Astoksim, Jehoiakim (Stockbridge); Squintrop, Samuel (Stockbridge); Shackheakauwoh, Joseph (Stockbridge); Tusnuk, Jacob (Stockbridge); Hickimmun, Thomas (Stockbridge); Naunawnecknauck, David (Stockbridge); Notauksen, Bill (Stockbridge); Shepaunerwaunkun, John (Stockbridge). [S4-V2-p1049] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Thomas Twining to the Massachusetts Congress, in behalf of himself and the Association of Eastham, against Amos Knowles, a Member of the Congress, who is charged with being an opposer of the common cause of the Country, with sundry accompanying papers. [1775-06-21] Twining, Thomas. [S4-V2-p1050] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Accompanying Papers. [1775-06-12] Crocker, Job; Mayo, Nathaniel; Paine, Thomas; Gould, Thomas; Higgins, Eliakim; Davis, John. [S4-V2-p1050] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Accompanying Papers. [1775-06] Doane, Jonathan; Knowles, Edward; Doane, Samuel, Jr.; Linnel, Jonathan, Jr.; Myrick, William, Jr.. [S4-V2-p1051] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Accompanying Papers. [1775-02-20] Massachusetts, Eastham Freeholders; Baty, Gideon; Massachusetts, Eastham Committee of Correspondence; Sparrow, Isaac; Cole, Joseph; Davis, John; Twining, Thomas. [S4-V2-p1051] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Accompanying Papers. [1775-02-24] Massachusetts, Eastham Assocation; Linnel, Thomas; Young, Elkanah; Twining, Jonathan; Cole, John; Arey, Oliver; Higgins, Jesse; Twining, Barnabas; Rogers, Judas; Linnel, Thomas, III; Snow, Stephen; Snow, Edmund; Mayo, Nathaniel; Higgins, Elkanah; Crocker, Job; Freeman, Prince; Cole, Joshua; Rogers, Thomas, Jr.; Kenny, Jesse; Hopkins, Joseph; Cole, Elkanah; Higgins, Gideon; Cole, Isaac; Twining, Elijah; Nickerson, Yates; Young, Philip; Higgins, Sylvanus; Higgins, Freeman; Remick, Christian, Jr.; Cook, Richard; Hurd, Joseph; Mayo, Theophilus, Jr.; Snow, Elnathan; Higgins, Solomon; Rogers, Prince; Gould, John; Knowles, Samuel; Mayo, Theophilus; Young, Isaac; Higgins, Isaac; Hopkins, Isaac; Rogers, James; Sparrow, Isaac, Jr.; Atwood, John; Higgins, Zaccheus; Freeman, Gideon; Rogers, Samuel; Snow, Prince; Linnel, John; Mayo, Joseph, Jr.; Snow, Jonathan; Gould, Joshua; Knowles, Joshua; Remick, Christian; Higgins, Simeon, Jr.; Higgins, Eliakim; Cole, Reuben; Davis, John; Paine, Nathaniel; Rich, David; Pepper, Joseph; Linnel, Enoch; Cole, Daniel, Jr.; Paine, Thomas; Higgins, Isaiah; Twining, Thomas; Freeman, Edmund; Mayo, Asa; Linnel, Jonathan; Rogers, Thomas; Higgins, Moses; Cole, Gershom; Doane, Joshua; Cole, Joseph; Brown, Thomas; Sparrow, Isaac; Linnel, Jonathan, III; Linnel, Heman; Arey, Thomas; Higgins, David; Freeman, Eleazer, Jr.; Rogers, Solomon; Rogers, Jonathan; Mayo, Joshua; Knowles, Josiah; Twining, Prince; Crosby, Joshua; Martin, Bryan; Higgins, Seth; Paine, Isaac; Cole, Nathaniel; Nickerson, Asa; Smith, Joseph, III; Higgins, Zaccheus, Jr.. [S4-V2-p1052] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Accompanying Papers. [1775-05-26] Massachusetts, Eastham Committee of Correspondence; Sparrow, Isaac; Cole, Joseph; Paine, Thomas. [S4-V2-p1052] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Accompanying Papers. [1775-05-26] Massachusetts, Eastham Committee of Correspondence; Sparrow, Isaac; Cole, Joseph; Massachusetts, Eastham Assocation; Twining, Thomas; Freeman, Gideon. [S4-V2-p1053] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Accompanying Papers. [1775-06-16] Linnel, Jonathan; Greenough, John. [S4-V2-p1054] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Accompanying Papers. [1775-06-16] Paine, Samuel; Greenough, John. [S4-V2-p1054] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Accompanying Papers. [1775-06-15] Cole, Joseph; Sparrow, Isaac; Greenough, John. [S4-V2-p1054] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Accompanying Papers. [1775-06-15] Linnel, Jonathan, III. [S4-V2-p1054] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report of a Committee on the complaint against Captain Knowles, not accepted. [1775-06] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p1055] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Reverend Samuel Webster to the New-Hampshire Committee of Safety. [1775-06-21] Webster, Samuel. [S4-V2-p1055] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Provincial Congress of South-Carolina, direct Absentees to return to the Colony, and forbid persons holding Estates to withdraw from its service. [1775-06-22] South-Carolina Provincial Congress; Timothy, Peter. [S4-V2-p1056] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address to the People of Henrico County, Va.. [1775-06-22] A Friend to Liberty (pseudo.). [S4-V2-p1056] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address to Friends and Countrymen by a Virginian. [1775-06-22] A Virginian (pseudo.). [S4-V2-p1057] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Samuel Adams to Elbridge Gerry. [1775-06-22] Adams, Samuel. [S4-V2-p1058] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Charles Lee to Lord Barrington, renouncing his Pay as an Officer in the British Army. [1775-06-22] Lee, Charles, General. [S4-V2-p1058] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter From General Gates to General Washington, accepting his appointment. [1775-06-20] Gates, Horatio, General. [S4-V2-p1058] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of William Elphinston to the New-York Congress. [1775-06-22] Elphinston, William. [S4-V2-p1059] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Elisha Phelps to the New-York Congress. Has been appointed by Connecticut Commissary for the Northern Army: has arrived at Albany, and has been furnished with no Supplies for the Troops. [1775-06-22] Phelps, Elisha. [S4-V2-p1059] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Weathersfield, in Connecticut, to a Gentleman in Philadelphia. Account of the Battle on the 17th instant. The People are rejoiced to hear of the coming of General Washington, and will receive him with open arms. [1775-06-22] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p1060] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to a Member of the Continental Congress, from a Gentleman in Stockbridge, Massachusetts. Our Messengers to the Six Nations were taken by the Regulars, carried to Montreal, tried by a Court-Martial, and condemned to be hanged, and were only released upon the threatenings of the Indian Sachems to treat them as enemies if they did not let the prisoners go. [1775-06-22] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p1060] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Correspondence at Plymouth to the Committee for Providence. [1775-06-22] Massachusetts, Plymouth Committee of Correspondence. [S4-V2-p1061] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Ward to the Massachusetts Congress. Thinks it is not proper to order a Regiment from Roxbury to Cambridge, as requested by the Congress, but if they order it he will do so. [1775-06-22] Ward, Artemas, General. [S4-V2-p1061] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Benjamin Greenleaf to the Massachusetts Congress. The Committee of Newburyport are unwilling to give up the little Powder they have, as requested by the Congress, unless the publick cause renders it absolutely necessary, in which case they will give up the last ounce, the destruction of their Town being a trivial matter compared with a final defeat of the Army. [1775-06-22] Massachusetts, Newburyport Committee of Correspondence; Greenleaf, Benjamin. [S4-V2-p1062] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Stephen Hooper to the Massachusetts Congress. [1775-06-22] Hooper, Stephen. [S4-V2-p1062] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Account of the Engagement on the 17th. Charlestown set on fire by the British, contained about three hundred Dwelling-Houses, many of them large and elegant, besides one hundred and fifty or two hundred other Buildings, which are almost all laid in ashes. [1775-06-22] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p1062] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Folsom to the New-Hampshire Committee of Safety. [1775-06-22] Folsom, Nathaniel, General. [S4-V2-p1063] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee for Charles City County, Virginia, to the Committee and Free-holders of Buckingham County, in reply to their offer of an asylum for their Wives and Children, if the lower Counties are attacked by the enemy. [1775-06-23] Virginia, Charles City County Committee; Munford, William G.; Harwood, Samuel; Tyler, John. [S4-V2-p1061] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Albany Committee to the Massachusetts Congress, they have received a vague and uncertain account of the late Action at Charlestown, request to be furnished with a circumstantial detail of the Engagement, and its consequences. [1775-06-23] New-York, Albany Committee of Safety, Correspondence, and Protection; Stringer, Samuel. [S4-V2-p1061] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to Mr. Holt. The County of Cumberland, in New-York, having been represented as inimical to the late Continental Congress and the Provincial Congresses, he is requested to publish the Proceedings of the General Committee of that County, in October last. [1775-06-23] New-York, Cumberland County Committee. [S4-V2-p1061] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings of the Committees from a number of Townships in the County of Cumberland, held at the County Hall, at Westminster, on the 19th and 20th days of October, 1774. [October 10-11, 1775] New-York, Cumberland County Committee; Hazeltine, John. [S4-V2-p1065] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Arnold to the Continental Congress. The opinion of the Committee sent by Massachusetts, to inquire into the importance of holding Ticonderoga and Crown Point, is, that if the Enemy had possession of these Fortresses it would place the New-England Colonies and New-York in the utmost danger. [1775-06-23] Arnold, Benedict. [S4-V2-p1066] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Trumbull to the Continental Congress. [1775-06-23] Trumbull, Jonathan, Governour of Connecticut. [S4-V2-p1067] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from an Officer on board one of the King's Ships, at Boston, to a friend in London. The Engagement on the 17th lasted four hours, and ended infinitely to our disadvantage. The Americans, when we landed, so far from retreating, as we expected, marched towards us with the greatest coolness and regularity. The Provincials fought like men who had no care for their persons, and disputed every inch of ground. [1775-06-23] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p1067] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition to the Massachusetts Congress, from the Selectmen, Officers of the Militia, and Committee of Correspondence of Manchester. The Town being greatly exposed to their merciless enemies, they request permission to raise a Company of Men on the Provincial establishment, to be kept there for their security and defence. [1775-06-23] Massachusetts, Manchester Selectmen; Tewxbury, John; Woodbury, Andrew; Coupt, Eleazer; Massachusetts, Manchester Militia Officers; Lee, John; Marsters, Andrew; Foster, Samuel; Craft, Eleazer; Massachusetts, Manchester Committee of Correspondence; Brown, Jonathan; Whipple, Joseph. [S4-V2-p1068] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Massachusetts Congress to General Ward. [1775-06-23] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p1069] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Folsom to the New-Hampshire Committee of Safety. Colonel Stark refuses to be under any subordination to any person appointed by the Congress of New-Hampshire to the general command of the New-Hampshire Troops. [1775-06-23] Folsom, Nathaniel, General. [S4-V2-p1069] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of Colonel Bailey to the Northern Indians. [1775-06-23] Bailey, Colonel. [S4-V2-p1070] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Meeting of the Livery of London, in Common Hall. An humble Address, Remonstrance and Petition to the King on this important crisis in American affairs, ordered to be presented to His Majesty, sitting on his Throne. [1775-06-24] Livery of London. [S4-V2-p1070] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Livery of London, June 27, 1775. [1775-06-27] Livery of London. [S4-V2-p1071] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report of the Sheriffs who waited on the King to know when he would permit the Lord Mayor, Aldermen and Common Council to wait on him with their Petition. The King refuses to receive it on the Throne, and the Lord Mayor refuses to present it to him in any other place. The Petition ordered to be published. [1775-07-04] Livery of London; George III, King of Great Britain. [S4-V2-p1071] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Livery of London, July 5, 1775. [1775-07-05] Livery of London. [S4-V2-p1072] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Humble Address, Remonstrance and Petition of the Lord Mayor, Aldermen and Livery of London to the King. [1775-06-24] Livery of London. [S4-V2-p1073] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to General Gage. [1775-06-24] Verus (pseudo.). [S4-V2-p1074] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from President Hancock to the New-York Congress. The Continental Congress are of opinion that the employing of Green Mountain Boys would be advantageous to the common cause, they are requested to embody them with the Troops raised for the defence of the Northern Frontier. [1775-06-24] Hancock, John. [S4-V2-p1076] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Three Battalions. [1775-06-24] Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Militia. [S4-V2-p1076] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Philadelphia Committee. [1775-06-24] Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Committee of Correspondence. [S4-V2-p1076] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Meeting of the General Committee of Observation for the County of Burlington, New-Jersey. Association and other Proceedings of the Provincial Congress at Trenton approved of. [1775-06-24] New-Jersey, Burlington County Committee; Tallman, Peter. [S4-V2-p1077] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler, New-Brunswick, New-Jersey, to the New-York Congress. General Washington will be at Newark tomorrow morning, at nine o'clock, where he wishes to meet a Deputation of the Provincial Congress. [1775-06-24] Schuyler, Philip, Major-General. [S4-V2-p1078] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from John Hart, Jun., Stamford, Connecticut, to Dr. Carrington, enclosing an intercepted Letter, dated New-York, June 19th. [1775-06-25] Hart, John, Jr.. [S4-V2-p1078] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Intercepted Letter, Dated New-York, June 19th. [1775-06-19] Incognito (pseudo.). [S4-V2-p1078] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from a Merchant in Boston to his Brother in Scotland, giving him an account of the Battle with the Rebels on the 17th instant. The chief breastwork of the Provincials was the strongest post that was ever occupied by any set of men, the spirit and bravery the British Troops exhibited on the occasion is not to be surpassed in history. To the great satisfaction of all good men, Dr. Warren was slain. [1775-06-24] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p1079] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Order by the Massachusetts Congress for observing Thursday, 13th of July, as a day of Publick Fasting and Prayer throughout the Colony. [1775-06-24] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p1080] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Ward to the Massachusetts Congress. Lieutenant Francis Cox, of Salem, has deserted the service, and told his men they might go home, for no one had a right to stop them, many of the men are gone, and it is probable others will go. [1775-06-24] Ward, Artemas, General. [S4-V2-p1080] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Folsom to the New-Hampshire Committee of Safety, for Cannon for the Camp at Winter Hill. General Ward, who has been appealed to, cannot supply them. [1775-06-24] Folsom, Nathaniel, General. [S4-V2-p1081] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

James McGregore to the New-Hampshire Congress. [1775-06-24] McGregore, James. [S4-V2-p1081] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proposed vindication and offer to Parliament, drawn up in a Committee of Congress, (by Dr. Franklin). [1775-06-25] Continental Congress; Franklin, Benjamin. [S4-V2-p1081] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Note to the Proposed Vindication. [1642-03-10] . [S4-V2-p1082] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to the American Congress. One thousand pounds of Powder were sent from New-York to the camp at Cambridge, leaving at this time but four barrels in the City of New-York. [1775-06-25] Washington, George. [S4-V2-p1084] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Washington's Orders and Instructions to General Schuyler, appointed to the command of the Northern Department. [1775-06-25] Washington, George. [S4-V2-p1084] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to the President and Members of the Continental Congress. [1775-06-25] Washington, George. [S4-V2-p1085] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Contradiction of the Statement made by Colonel Easton to the Massachusetts Congress, on the 17th of May last, of the reduction of Ticonderoga, denying to Colonel Easton any participation in its capture. [1775-06-25] Veritas (pseudo.). [S4-V2-p1085] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Contradiction of the Statement made by Colonel Easton to the Massachusetts Congress, on the 17th of May last, of the reduction of Ticonderoga, denying to Colonel Easton any participation in its capture. [1775-05-18] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p1085] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Contradiction of the Statement made by Colonel Easton to the Massachusetts Congress, on the 17th of May last, of the reduction of Ticonderoga, denying to Colonel Easton any participation in its capture. [1775-06-25] Veritas (pseudo.). [S4-V2-p1086] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Thaddeus Burr to General Wooster, enclosing a Letter to him from Isaac Lothrop, one of the Provincial Congress at Watertown, dated June 22, giving an account of the action on the 17th instant. [1775-06-25] Burr, Thaddeus. [S4-V2-p1089] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Copy of a Letter from Mr. Isaac Lothrop. [1775-06-22] Lothrop, Isaac. [S4-V2-p1089] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Thaddeus Burr to General Wooster, enclosing a Letter to him from Isaac Lothrop, one of the Provincial Congress at Watertown, dated June 22, giving an account of the action on the 17th instant. [1775-06-25] Burr, Thaddeus. [S4-V2-p1089] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Andrew Gilman appointed a Lieutenant by the Massachusetts Congress, and instructed to visit and cultivate a peaceable disposition with the Indians. [1775-06-25] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p1090] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Andrew Gilman appointed a Lieutenant by the Massachusetts Congress, and instructed to visit and cultivate a peaceable disposition with the Indians. [1775-06-25] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress; Warren, James. [S4-V2-p1090] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from John Lane to the Massachusetts Congress. [1775-06-25] Lane, John. [S4-V2-p1090] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Massachusetts Congress to Governour Trumbull, for re-enforcements for the Army. [1775-06-25] Trumbull, Jonathan, Governour of Connecticut. [S4-V2-p1090] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Massachusetts Committee of Safety to the Selectmen of Bradford. A Company of fifty Minute-Men enlisted in the Town of Bradford, under Captain Gage, to serve for one year from February, 1775, have all, except two, scandalously deserted the cause of their Country, and stained their own honour by leaving the Camp and returning home. [1775-06-25] Massachusetts, Committee of Safety. [S4-V2-p1091] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Folsom to the New-Hampshire Committee of Safety. [1775-06-25] Folsom, Nathaniel, General. [S4-V2-p1092] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from an Officer in the Army at Boston to his friend in England, giving an account of the Battle of Bunker's Hill. [1775-06-25] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p1092] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extract of a Letter from Boston to Gentleman in Scotland, Dated June 25, 1775. [1775-06-25] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p1093] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Burgoyne to Lord Stanley. Account of the Battle of Bunker's Hill. [1775-06-25] Burgoyne, John, General. [S4-V2-p1094] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to General Burgoyne: Strictures on his Letter to Lord Stanley. [1775] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p1095] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Gage to the Earl of Dartmouth. The trials we have had show the Rebels are not the despicable rabble too many have supposed them to be, when they find cover they make a good stand. The conquest of this Country is not easy, and can be effected only by time and perseverance and strong armies attacking it in various quarters and dividing their forces. [1775-06-25] Gage, Thomas, General. [S4-V2-p1097] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Gage to the Earl of Dartmouth, with his account of the Battle of Bunker's Hill. [1775-06-25] Gage, Thomas, General. [S4-V2-p1097] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Return of the Officers, Non-Commissioned Officers and Privates Killed and Wounded of His Majesty's Troops, at the attack of the Redoubts and Intrenchments, on the Heights of Charlestown, June 17, 1775. [1775-06-17] . [S4-V2-p1098] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Observations on the Government account of the late Action near Charlestown. [1775-08-01] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p1099] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Further Observations. [1775-08] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p1101] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Further Observations. [1775-08-06] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p1101] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Message from the Governour of Grenada to the House of Assembly, requiring that the Address and Minutes of the House, in favour of the rebellious subjects in America, be rescinded. [1775-06-26] Young, William, Governour of Grenada. [S4-V2-p1102] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Message from the House to the Governour, informing him an Address to the King had passed the House in consequence of an unanimous Resolution for that purpose, it had been delivered to the late Speaker, and is no longer in the possession of the House. [1775-06-28] Grenada and the Grenadines, House of Assembly. [S4-V2-p1102] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolutions of the House refusing to comply with the peremptory demands of the Governour to rescind the Minutes. [1775-06-28] Grenada and the Grenadines, House of Assembly. [S4-V2-p1102] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proclamation of the Governour dissolving the Assembly. [1775-06-26] Young, William, Governour of Grenada; Porteus, John. [S4-V2-p1103] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Meeting of sundry Gentlemen at Savannah, in Georgia. Declare the Acts of Parliament, for raising a Revenue in America, are grievances, and they will do all they legally may to obtain a redress of those grievances. [1775-06-26] Georgia, Savannah Inhabitants. [S4-V2-p1103] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Meeting of the Committee for Talbot County, Maryland. Information of the arrival in the Chesapeake Bay of the Ship Johnston, Captain Jones, from Liverpool, with Salt and Dry Goods. [1775-06-26] Maryland, Talbot County Committee. [S4-V2-p1103] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report of the Sub-Committee who examined the Ship Johnston, with a schedule of the Goods on board, shipped by James Gildart and John Gawith, of Liverpool, who are declared to have violated the Association. [1775-07-07] Maryland, Talbot County Committee; Bracco, John. [S4-V2-p1104] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report of the Sub-Committee who examined the Ship Johnston, with a schedule of the Goods on board, shipped by James Gildart and John Gawith, of Liverpool, who are declared to have violated the Association. [1775-06-28] Harrison, Thomas; Hamilton, William; Skinner, Richard; Rice, Hugh; Bracco, John. [S4-V2-p1104] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee for the City and Liberties of Philadelphia. Resolve that Henry Cour and Nicholas Ashton, of Liverpool, have knowingly violated the Association of the American Congress, by shipping Salt to America in the Ship Albion, and that the Ship and Cargo return to Liverpool forthwith. [1775-06-26] Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Association; Smith, Jonathan B.. [S4-V2-p1105] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from John Lamb to the New-York Congress. [1775-06-26] Lamb, John; Roorback, Garret. [S4-V2-p1106] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from John French to the New-York Congress. Cannot take his seat in Congress, as it appears he was not elected by a majority. [1775-06-26] French, Joseph. [S4-V2-p1106] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Robert R. Livingston to the New-York Congress. His Powder Mill is in operation, and will immediately begin making the Powder. [1775-06-26] Livingston, Robert R.. [S4-V2-p1106] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Trumbull to President Hancock. [1775-06-26] Trumbull, Jonathan, Governour of Connecticut. [S4-V2-p1106] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Gage to Lord Dunmore, informing him of his victory over the Rebels, on the 17th. [1775-06-26] Gage, Thomas, General. [S4-V2-p1107] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extract of a Letter From a British Officer in Boston, Dated June 26, 1775. [1775-06-26] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p1107] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Ward to the Massachusetts Congress. [1775-06-26] Ward, Artemas, General. [S4-V2-p1107] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Enclosed Resolve in the Letter from General Ward to the Massachusetts Congress. [1775-06-20] Continental Congress; Hancock, John; Thomson, Charles. [S4-V2-p1107] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Ward to the Massachusetts Congress. [1775-06-26] Ward, Artemas, General. [S4-V2-p1108] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee for Northfield, Massachusetts, to the Provincial Congress. [1775-06-26] Massachusetts, Northfield Committee. [S4-V2-p1108] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of the Committee of Correspondence for the Town of Plymouth, Massachusetts, to the Provincial Congress. [1775-06-26] Massachusetts, Plymouth Committee of Correspondence; Croswell, Andrew; Bradford, Gamaliel, Jr.; Gray, John. [S4-V2-p1108] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-Hampshire Committee of Safety to General Folsom. [1775-06-26] New-Hampshire, Committee of Safety; Thornton, Matthew. [S4-V2-p1109] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of Mason to New-Hampshire Congress. [1775-06-26] New-Hampshire, Mason Committee; Adams, Ephraim; Blodgett, David. [S4-V2-p1109] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Wright to General Gage. The unhappy affair of the 19th of April, and some late occurrences in South-Carolina, have forced the People of Georgia into the same predicament with others. He has neither Men nor Money. The King's Officers, and friends to Government are left naked, and exposed to the resentment of an enraged People. [1775-06-27] Wright, James, Baronet, Governour of Georgia. [S4-V2-p1109] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter sent in place of the foregoing, (which was intercepted and suppressed,) by the Secret Committee of Charlestown, South-Carolina, (Note). [1775-06-27] South-Carolina, Secret Committee. [S4-V2-p1110] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Gov. Wright to Admiral Graves, urging him to send a Sloop-of-War to Savannah immediately, a Vessel with a quantity of Gunpowder is expected, and Boats and Men from South-Carolina are waiting to take her, and he has no means to prevent it. [1775-06-27] Wright, James, Baronet, Governour of Georgia. [S4-V2-p1111] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter substituted for the foregoing by the Secret Committee of South-Carolina, (Note). [1775-06-27] South-Carolina, Secret Committee. [S4-V2-p1111] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Charlestown, South-Carolina, to a Gentleman in Philadelphia, enclosing Extracts of Letters from the Superintendent and Agent of Indian Affairs in Georgia. [1775-06-27] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p1111] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extracts of Letters from the Superintendent and Agent of Indian Affairs in Georgia. [1775-06-15] Wilson, John. [S4-V2-p1112] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extracts of Letters from the Superintendent and Agent of Indian Affairs in Georgia. [1775-06] Stuart, John. [S4-V2-p1112] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extracts of Letters from the Superintendent and Agent of Indian Affairs in Georgia. [1775-06] Cameron. [S4-V2-p1112] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Meeting of the Committee of Accomack County, Virginia. John Sherlock declared an enemy to American Liberty. Recantation of Mr. Sherlock. [1775-06-27] Virginia, Accomack County Committee; Powell, John. [S4-V2-p1112] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Meeting of the Committee of Accomack County, Virginia. John Sherlock declared an enemy to American Liberty. Recantation of Mr. Sherlock. [1775] Virginia, Accomack County Committee. [S4-V2-p1113] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Recantation of Mr. Sherlock. [1775] Sherlock, John. [S4-V2-p1113] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee for Bedford County, Virginia: offer assistance and protection to such of the Inhabitants of the lower parts of the Colony as may be obliged to quit their habitations. [1775-06-27] Alexander, Robert. [S4-V2-p1113] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from President Hancock to the New-York Congress, enclosing a List of the General Officers appointed to command the Continental Forces. [1775-06-27] Hancock, John; Continental Congress. [S4-V2-p1114] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-York Congress to Governour Trumbull. A Guard has been sent to escort four Wagons loaded with Gunpowder, from New-Jersey, for the Camp at Cambridge. [1775-06-27] New-York, Congress. [S4-V2-p1114] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Meeting of the Committee of Brookhaven, Suffolk County, New-York. Adopt the Resolutions and determinations of the Continental Congress, and the injunctions of the Provincial Congress, and will abide by, adhere to, and support them. Apologize for their past conduct, in having so late come into the Congressional measures. [1775-06-27] New-York, Brookhaven Committee; Woodhull, John. [S4-V2-p0938] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Thomas Hicks to the New-York Congress, with his reasons for not taking his seat in Congress, and account of the election in Queen's County, where they decline for the present to send Delegates. [1775-06-27] Hicks, Thomas. [S4-V2-p1114] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition and Remonstrance of Herman Zedtwitz to the New-York Provincial Congress, for permission to raise a Regiment of Riflemen, and appoint him to the command of it. [1775-06-27] Zedtwitz, Herman. [S4-V2-p1115] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Elisha Phelps, at Ticonderoga, to he Massachusetts Congress. [1775-06-27] Phelps, Elisha. [S4-V2-p1116] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Trumbull to the Massachusetts Congress. Is informed by Colonel Hinman, at Ticonderoga, that the British are fortifying St. John's, and that the Caughnawaga Indians have had a war-dance, being brought to it by General Carleton. [1775-06-27] Trumbull, Jonathan, Governour of Connecticut. [S4-V2-p1116] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Meeting of the Committees of Inspection for the Towns of Tiverton and Little Compton, R. I.. [1775-06-27] Rhode-Island, Tiverton Committee of Inspection; Rhode-Island, Little-Compton Committee of Inspection; Ladd, William. [S4-V2-p1117] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Cooke to the Massachusetts Congress. Rhode-Island is about to fit out two Armed Vessels for the protection of their trade, a few Vessels, properly armed and manned, would be a great means of protecting the coast, and might enable us to make reprisals. [1775-06-27] Cooke, Nicholas, Governour of Rhode-Island. [S4-V2-p1118] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extracts of Letters received in Philadelphia, from Gentlemen in the Army at Cambridge. [1775-06-27] Anonymous. [S4-V2-p1118] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Ward to the Massachusetts Congress, recommending Col. William Henshaw for Adjutant-General. [1775-06-27] Ward, Artemas, General. [S4-V2-p1119] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Thomas to the Massachusetts Congress, with a request from the Selectmen of Boston that Provisions may be sent into Boston for the American Prisoners taken on the 17th, at Charlestown. [1775-06-27] Thomas, John, General. [S4-V2-p1119] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Thomas to the Massachusetts Congress, with a request from the Selectmen of Boston that Provisions may be sent into Boston for the American Prisoners taken on the 17th, at Charlestown. [1775-06-23] Ward, Artemas, General. [S4-V2-p1119] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Thomas to the Massachusetts Congress, with a request from the Selectmen of Boston that Provisions may be sent into Boston for the American Prisoners taken on the 17th, at Charlestown. [1775-06-26] Ward, Artemas, General. [S4-V2-p1119] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel David Brewer to the Massachusetts Congress. [1775-06-27] Brewer, David, Colonel. [S4-V2-p1119] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of the Officers of Colonels Prescott, Frye and Bridge's Regiments, to the Massachusetts Congress, praying an allowance for their losses in the Battle on the 17th instant. [1775-06-27] Prescott, William, Colonel; Bridge, Ebenezer, Colonel; Brickett, James; Woods, Henry; Ames, Benjamin; Davis, John; Nutting, John; Lakin, Nathaniel; Mosher, John; Abbott, Isaac; Brown, Isaac; Evans, Jonathan; Lawrence, Asa; Wyman, Abijah; Farwell, Henry; Coburn, Peter; Ford, John; Flint, John. [S4-V2-p1119] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of the Officers of Colonels Prescott, Frye and Bridge's Regiments, to the Massachusetts Congress, praying an allowance for their losses in the Battle on the 17th instant. [1775-06-29] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V2-p1120] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Massachusetts Congress to the Continental Congress. The Continental Army before Boston are restrained from returning the fire of the British, which is kept up daily, lest by so doing they exhaust their little stock of powder, and place them at the mercy of their enemies. Nothing can so much merit the immediate attention of the Congress as the means of supplying this Army in the speediest manner with Gunpowder. [1775-06-27] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress Committee; Hawley, Joseph; Porter, Elisha. [S4-V2-p1120] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Folsom to the New.-Hampshire Committee of Safety. [1775-06-27] Folsom, Nathaniel, General. [S4-V2-p1121] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Portsmouth, New-Hampshire, Committee, to the Massachusetts Committee of Safety, enclosing an intercepted Letter from Boston. [1775-06-27] New-Hampshire, Portsmouth Committee of Safety; Gaines, George. [S4-V2-p1122] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from James Henderson to Hugh Henderson. [1775-06-22] Henderson, James. [S4-V2-p1122] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committees of Hanover and Lebanon to the New-Hampshire Congress. [1775-06-22] New-Hampshire Congress. [S4-V2-p1542] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Meeting of the Committee of Observation for Anne Arundel County and City of Annapolis. Forbid the landing of Goods imported in the Ship Adventure, from London. [1775-06-28] Maryland, Anne Arundel County Committee; Duvall, G.. [S4-V2-p1122] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to the Continental Congress. Two Regiments of Connecticut Troops have arrived within two miles of New-York. Reports prevail there that the Indians have accepted the hatchet offered them by General Carleton, and that considerable bodies of them have been seen going to Montreal. Eight Transports with Troops are now at Sandy-Hook. [1775-06-28] Schuyler, Philip, Major-General. [S4-V2-p1123] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-York Congress to their Delegates in the Continental Congress. Deeply impressed with the necessity of an accommodation with our Parent State, and conscious that the best service we can render to the present and all future generations must consist in promoting it, we have laboured to point out such moderate terms as may tend to reconcile the unhappy differences, and take the liberty of enclosing the result of our deliberations. [1775-06-28] . [S4-V2-p1329] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Peter T. Curtenius to the New-York Congress. [1775-06-28] Curtenius, Peter T.. [S4-V2-p1124] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Charlotte County, New-York, Committee, to the Provincial Congress. Disturbances in the County, the People are dissatisfied with the order of Congress to remove the Cannon from Ticonderoga. [1775-06-28] New-York, Charlotte County Committee; Marsh, William; Rose, Samuel. [S4-V2-p1124] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Inhabitants of the German Flats, to the Oneida and Tuscarora Indians assembled there. [1775-06-28] New-York, German Flats Inhabitants. [S4-V2-p1125] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the English Merchants, of Quebeck, to General Carleton, offer their services to protect the place, and request the Militia to be embodied. [1775-06-28] . [S4-V2-p1125] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Greene to Jacob Greene. The late Battle. The present situation of both Armies. The Rhode-Island Troops are raw, irregular and undisciplined, yet, bad as they are, they are under much better government than any Troops around Boston. [1775-06-28] Greene, Nathaniel, General. [S4-V2-p1126] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Inspection for the Town of Biddeford to the Massachusetts Congress. [1775-06-28] Massachusetts, Biddeford Committee of Inspection; Jordan, Richard; Hooper, Benjamin; Gillpatrick, Thomas. [S4-V2-p1127] [Document Details][Complete Volume]