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Letter from Richard Henry Lee to General Washington. Suggests the Construction of Batteries at the Entrance of Boston Harbour. Six Tons of Powder has been Forwarded to the Camp, and it is Proposed to Send Six or Eight Tons More. [1775-08-01] Lee, Richard Henry. [S4-V3-p0001] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extract of a Letter to a Gentleman in Philadelphia, from Fredericktown, in Maryland. Captain Cresap's Company of Riflemen have Arrived from the Mountains, Their Great Dexterity in Shooting with the Rifle. [1775-08-01] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0002] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extract of a Letter from Philadelphia to a Gentleman in London. The Arbitrary Rabble of America do not Desire an Union with the Mother Country, the Present Breach is Part of a System Formed Here Before the Late War. [1775-08-01] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0003] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of sundry Officers at Crown Point, in favour of Jeremiah Halsey, late Commodore of all the Armed Vessels on the Northern Lakes. [1775-08-01] Trumbull, Jonathan, Governour of Connecticut. [S4-V3-p0004] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Bounties in Land to Soldiers enlisting in the Company of Royal Highland Emigrants, at Quebeck. [1775-08-03] Maclean, Allen. [S4-V3-p0004] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Elbridge Gerry to General Washington. Only thirty-six thousand of the two hundred thousand Musket Cartridges, demanded by General Lee, can be furnished at present, more Powder is soon expected from the West-Indies, there are but two tons of Lead, and no Flints in the Store. [1775-08-01] Gerry, Elbridge. [S4-V3-p0005] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Baldwin to Colonel Joseph Reed. A large detachment is passing over from Boston to Charlestown. [1775-08-01] Baldwin, Loammi, Colonel. [S4-V3-p0005] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Thomas Life, Agent for the Colony of Connecticut, in London, to Governour Trumbull. Informing him of the proceedings in the Susquehannah Case, before the Lords of Trade. [1775-08-02] . [S4-V3-p0005] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Earl of Dartmouth to Lord Dunmore. The hope held out by Lord Dunmore, in his Letter of the 1st of May, that he should be able to collect, from among the Indians, Negroes, and other persons, a force sufficient to subdue rebellion, or at least defend the Government, was very encouraging: with the supply of Arms now sent, and a greater Naval force, the King's Government in Virginia may yet be maintained. [1775-08-02] Legge, William, Earl of Dartmouth. [S4-V3-p0006] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Earl of Dartmouth to General Gage. The King intends to have in America, early next Spring, an Army of twenty thousand men, exclusive of Canadians and Indians. Encloses a Letter to Colonel Johnson, containing His Majesty's commands for engaging a body of Indians, and gives his views at large on the future plan of operations. [1775-08-02] Legge, William, Earl of Dartmouth. [S4-V3-p0006] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Earl of Dartmouth to General Gage, requiring him to return to England immediately. [1775-08-02] Legge, William, Earl of Dartmouth. [S4-V3-p0007] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Earl of Dartmouth to General Howe, informing him that General Gage has been recalled, and enclosing him a Commission, appointing him Commander-in-chief in the Colonies lying upon the Atlantick Ocean. [1775-08-02] Legge, William, Earl of Dartmouth. [S4-V3-p0008] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolutions of the Committee of Newbern, North Carolina, on Governour Martin's letter to Mr. De Rosset, of June 24, in which he avows his intention of arming the Slaves. [1775-08-02] Martin, Josiah, Governour of North-Carolina; North-Carolina, Newbern Committee; Cogdell, R.. [S4-V3-p0008] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from a Clergyman in Maryland to His friend in England. The conduct of the Ministry has hastened the separation of the Colonies from Great Britain, the Ministerial Agents are endeavouring to arouse the Indians against the Colonies, General Carleton is using every method to embody the Canadians against them, and Lord Dunmore and the Captains of the Men-of-War have been tampering with the Negroes. [1775-08-02] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0009] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Connecticut Delegates in the Continental Congress to Zebulon Butler, at Wyoming, pressing upon the inhabitants the necessity of peace, and urging them by no means to disturb the persons or property of those settled under the Proprietaries of Pennsylvania. [1775-08-02] Connecticut Delegates, Continental Congress. [S4-V3-p0010] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to the Provincial Congress of New-York, from their Delegates in the Continental Congress, informing them that they have obtained an Order on the Continental Treasury, in their favour, for one hundred and seventy-five thousand Dollars. [1775-08-02] New-York Delegates, Continental Congress; Livingston, Philip; Clinton, George. [S4-V3-p0011] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to the President of Congress. Ticonderoga in a most defenceless condition, and the Sloop of very little service. He suggests the appointment of a Committee to examine the country, and report whether that or any other place ought to be fortified. [1775-08-02] Schuyler, Philip. [S4-V3-p0011] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition of John Duguid. [1775-08-02] Duguid, John; Schuyler, Philip; MacPherson, John. [S4-V3-p0012] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition of John Shatforth. [1775-08-02] Shatforth, John; Schuyler, Philip; MacPherson, John. [S4-V3-p0013] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Paper delivered to General Schuyler by Captain Smith, showing the condition of the Sloop Enterprise, then lying at Crown Point. [1775-08-02] Smith, James, Commodore. [S4-V3-p0014] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Joseph Trumbull, Commissary-General, to the President of Congress. [1775-08-02] Trumbull, Jonathan, Governour of Connecticut. [S4-V3-p0014] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Elbridge Gerry to General Washington, informing him of the arrangements made to furnish him with Powder, Balls, and Flints. [1775-08-02] Gerry, Elbridge. [S4-V3-p0014] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Sullivan to General Washington, informing him of the state of the Magazine for the New-Hampshire Troops. [1775-08-02] Sullivan, John, General. [S4-V3-p0015] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

New-York Committee: Colonel McDougall required to appoint a guard to take charge of Mr. Sinclair, Lieutenant-Governour of Michilimackinack. Mr. Archer, who had propagated a report that the Continental Congress had declared the Colonies independent after the 10th of March next, cannot be found. [1775-08-03] New-York Committee. [S4-V3-p0015] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Brookhaven to the Provincial Congress of New-York, giving an account of the conduct of sundry persons within the limits of the Committee. [1775-08-03] New-York, Brookhaven Committee; Helme, Thomas. [S4-V3-p0016] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Memorial of Captain David Lyon to the Provincial Congress of New-York. [1775-08-03] Lyon, David. [S4-V3-p0016] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Peter T. Curtenius to the New-York Congress. [1775-08-03] Curtenius, Peter T.. [S4-V3-p0016] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Capt. John Lamb to P. T. Curtenius. [1775-08-02] Lamb, John, Captain. [S4-V3-p0017] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to Governour Trumbull. The enemy's naval strength will probably prevent his going down the Sorel to St. John's. The Troops sicken alarmingly fast, and, without Tents, they must suffer incredibly. [1775-08-03] Schuyler, Philip, Major-General. [S4-V3-p0017] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Ethan Allen to Governour Trumbull. [1775-08-03] Allen, Ethan. [S4-V3-p0017] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Samuel Mott to Governour Trumbull. Preparations making by General Carleton to invade the Colonies. At St. John's there are forty Indians, and at Montreal five hundred, to join the Regulars. The reason of our not being in better preparation here is owing to the negligence of New-York. The General drives on things as fast as he can, considering the hindrances he has, but what can be done in the war with but few Men, and less Provisions and Ammunition, and not a Tent to encamp the Men in?. [1775-08-03] Mott, Samuel. [S4-V3-p0018] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Trumbull to General Schuyler. [1775-08-03] Trumbull, Jonathan, Governour of Connecticut. [S4-V3-p0019] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of the District of Cambridge, Hoosack, and Bennington, held in Wallumscock: Resolve that the Civil Law shall continue as heretofore, and disapprove and protest against all unlawful Assemblies, and declare any person suspected of being a Tory entitled to a trial. [1775-09-14] . [S4-V3-p0894] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Major Tupper to General Gates, giving him an account of the expedition to the Light-House. [1775-08-03] Tupper, Benjamin. [S4-V3-p0019] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Advertisement for the apprehension of Lieutenant Charles Smith, from Hebron, in Connecticut. [1775-08-03] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0020] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolution of the Bucks County, Pennsylvania, Committee, directing a Return to be made to the Committee of Safety, of all the Officers of Military Association, and also a Return of all the Associators and Non-Associators. [1775-08-04] Pennsylvania, Bucks County Committee; Hart, Joseph. [S4-V3-p0020] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Recantation of Thos. Meredith, of Bucks County, Pennsylvania. [1775-08-04] Meredith, Thomas. [S4-V3-p0020] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

New-York Committee: Resolve that Mr. Archer, author of the report, (See August 3,) is guilty of a malicious attempt to represent the Continental Congress as intending to cast off the connection and dependance of the Colonies on Great Britain. [1775-08-04] New-York Committee. [S4-V3-p0020] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Confession of Abraham H. Van Vleck. [1775-08-04] Van Vleck, Abraham H.. [S4-V3-p0021] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Examination of George Coffin. [1775-08-04] Coffin, George. [S4-V3-p0022] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Samuel Mott to Governour Trumbull. [1775-08-04] Mott, Samuel. [S4-V3-p0022] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Field-Officers of the four New-York Regiments. [1775-08-04] New-York Committee; Blackwell, Jacob; McKesson, John. [S4-V3-p0023] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

State of the fourth Regiments raised in the Colony of New-York for the Continental Service, and the order of their rank. [1775-08-04] . [S4-V3-p0023] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extract of a Letter from Ticonderoga, Dated August 4, 1775. [1775-08-04] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0026] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Trumbull to the Continental Congress. [1775-08-04] Trumbull, Jonathan, Governour of Connecticut. [S4-V3-p0026] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to the President of Congress. General state and condition of the Army. [1775-08-04] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0026] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Return of the Army. [1775-07-29] Washington, George; Gates, Horatio, General. [S4-V3-p0030] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Rations allowed to the Soldiers in the Massachusetts Army. [1775-06-10] Washington, George; Massachusetts, Provincial Congress; Warren, Joseph; Freeman, Samuel. [S4-V3-p0030] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Rations allowed to the Troops raised by the Colony of Connecticut. [1775-05] Washington, George; Connecticut, General Assembly. [S4-V3-p0031] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Request of the General Court of Massachusetts to General Washington, to order a detachment to protect the Eastern parts of the Colony. [1775-07-29] Washington, George; Massachusetts, Provincial Congress; Warren, James; Morton, Perez. [S4-V3-p0031] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Reply of General Washington, dated July 31. [1775-07-31] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0031] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Boston (supposed to be from Belcher Noyes,) dated August 1. [1775-08-01] Washington, George; Noyes, Belcher?. [S4-V3-p0032] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Draughts of the Lines at Charlestown. [1775] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0032] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Draught of the Lines at Roxbury. [1775] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0032] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders. [1775-07-28] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0033] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders. [1775-07-28] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0033] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders. [1775-07-30] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0033] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders. [1775-07-31] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0034] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders. [1775-08-01] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0034] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders. [1775-07-29] Washington, George; Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V3-p0034] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders. [1775-07-29] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0034] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders. [1775-08-02] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0035] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders. [1775-08-03] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0035] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders. [1775-08-04] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0035] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Minute of a Council of War. [1775-08-03] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0036] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to Governour Cooke, entreating him to send every pound of Powder and Lead that can be spared in the Colonies the state of the Army does not admit of the least delay, no quantity, however small, is beneath notice. Proposes an expedition to Bermuda to procure Powder. [1775-08-04] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0036] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to Governour Trumbull, urging him to forward every ounce of Powder in the Colony, that can possibly be spared. [1775-08-04] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0037] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to the New-Hampshire Committee of Safety. There is reason to expect the enemy, will soon bombard our lines, and our stock of Powder is so small that the heavy Artillery is nearly useless. All the Powder that can be spared from the Province should be sent forward as soon as possible. [1775-08-04] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0038] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address from the Council and General Assembly of Antigua to the King. [1775-08-05] Antigua, Council and General Assembly; Jarvis, Thomas; Warner, Thomas. [S4-V3-p0038] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from John Shalbrooks to Captain Thomas Butt. The breach between the disaffected Colonies and England seems to widen. It will cost much to establish her sovereignty over America, but it must be done, cost what it may. The mild measures of General Gage sprung from his feelings of humanity, but this sort of man is by no means proper to take the lead in such a crisis. [1775-08-05] Shalbrooks, John. [S4-V3-p0039] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Charlestown, South-Carolina, to a Gentleman in London. Peace will never be established between Great Britain and America, until the latter receives a full recognition of her rights. The inhabitants will give up all their sea-coast Towns, rather than submit to the implicit subjugation of the British Parliament. [1775-08-05] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0040] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of Newbern, North-Carolina, prohibit all persons from holding any communication with Governour Martin, on pain of being deemed enemies to the liberties of America. [1775-08-05] North-Carolina, Newbern Committee. [S4-V3-p0040] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of Northampton, North-Carolina, declare Anthony Warwick an enemy to the rights and liberties of America. [1775-08-05] North-Carolina, Northampton County Committee; Haynes, Eaton. [S4-V3-p0040] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

New-Jersey Provincial Congress, List of Deputies. [1775-08] New-Jersey, Provincial Congress. [S4-V3-p0041] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committees in the several Counties required to furnish a list of the names of all persons who refuse to sign the Association, and copies of the several Associations signed in their Districts. [1775-08-05] New-Jersey, Provincial Congress. [S4-V3-p0041] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

New Provincial Congress to be chosen on the 21st day of September next Provincial Congress, County Committees of Observation and Correspondence, and Township Committees, to be chosen annually. [1775-08-12] New-Jersey, Provincial Congress. [S4-V3-p0042] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Regulations for the Militia of the Province, Regulation for raising Companies of Light-Infantry. [1775-08-16] New-Jersey, Provincial Congress. [S4-V3-p0042] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Persons whose religious principles will not permit them to bear Arms, advised to contribute the more freely, in these times of universal calamity, for the relief of their distressed brethen in the several Colonies, Jonathon D. Sergeant appointed Provincial Treasurer, County Committees requested to empoy, immediately, Gunsmiths, to make a sufficient numbers of Arms to supply their respective Counties, Committee of Safety appointed. [1775-08-17] New-Jersey, Provincial Congress. [S4-V3-p0045] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Philip Van Rensselaer to the New-York Congress. [1775-08-05] Van Rensselaer, Philip. [S4-V3-p0045] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from David Welsh to Governour Trumbull, complaining of the bad treatment the Connecticut Troops, at Ticonderoga, received from New-York Officers and the New-York Committee. [1775-08-05] Welsh, David. [S4-V3-p0046] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Town Meeting at Providence, Rhode-Island. [1775-08-05] Rhode-Island, Providence Town Meeting. [S4-V3-p0047] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to the President of Congress. [1775-08-06] Schuyler, Philip, Major-General. [S4-V3-p0048] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report of Jas. Stewart, commanding the Schooner Liberty, to General Schuyler. [1775-07-30] Stewart, James. [S4-V3-p0049] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to General Washington. Not a man from New-York has yet joined him, except those formerly returned, who are raised and paid by the Committee of Albany, not have the Supplies he begged a month ago, from the New-York Provincial Congress, been received. [1775-08-06] Schuyler, Philip, Major-General. [S4-V3-p0050] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Edward Mott to Governour Trumbull. [1775-08-06] Mott, Edward. [S4-V3-p0051] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings of the Committee for Bladensburgh, in Prince George's County, Maryland. [1775-08-01] Maryland, Bladensburgh Committee. [S4-V3-p0051] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from George Munro to Messrs. Bruce and Ritchie, dated June 18. [1775-06-18] Munro, George. [S4-V3-p0052] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from George Munro to the Committee of Bladensburgh, dated August 1. [1775-08-01] Munro, George. [S4-V3-p0053] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Richard Henderson to Col. Joshua Beall, dated August 2. [1775-08-02] Henderson, Richard. [S4-V3-p0053] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Richard Henderson to Cunningham Cotbett, dated July 30, 1774. [1775-07-30] Henderson, Richard. [S4-V3-p0054] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Charles Wallace to Mr. Green. [1775-08] Wallace, Charles. [S4-V3-p0055] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from George Munro to the Committee. [1775-08-07] Maryland, Bladensburgh Committee; Munro, George. [S4-V3-p0055] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

The Committee resumed the consideration of the business before them on the 1st instant, and declare, unanimously, that George Munro is inimical to American Liberty. [1775-08-07] Maryland, Bladensburgh Committee; Williams, Thomas; Munro, George. [S4-V3-p0056] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Recantation of the Rev. Morgan Edwards received as satisfactory by the committee for White Clay Creek Hundred, Newcastle County, Delaware. [1775-08-07] Delaware, White Clay Creek Committee. [S4-V3-p0056] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Robert Hempstead, Chairman of the Southold Committee, to the New-York Congress, requesting assistance: they expect an attack from the British Fleet, and are destitute of Powder. [1775-08-07] New-York, Southold Committee; Hempsted, Robert. [S4-V3-p0057] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Return of the Second New-York Regiment. [1775-08-07] Van Schaick, Goose, Colonel. [S4-V3-p0057] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Trumbull to General Washington. [1775-08-07] Trumbull, Jonathan, Governour of Connecticut. [S4-V3-p0057] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report of a Committee of the Council of Massachusetts, appointed to wait on General Washington. [1775-08-07] Massachusetts Council; Morton, Perez. [S4-V3-p0058] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to the Committee, dated August 4. [1775-08-04] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0058] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extract of Instructions to George Washington. [1775] Continental Congress. [S4-V3-p0058] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to the Council of Massachusetts, complaining of the number of Soldiers and Non-Commissioned Officers who absent themselves from duty, and requests measures may be taken by the General Court to correct the evil. [1775-08-07] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0059] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Notice by "A Traveller" of the conduct of the Committee of Portsmouth, New-Hampshire, who have voted to supply the Scarborough, Man-of-War, with fresh Beef. [1775-08-07] A Traveller (pseudo.). [S4-V3-p0059] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee for the Town of Hardwick, in Worcester County, Massachusetts, declare Deacon James Fay, Jonathan Danforth, Abner Conant, Joseph Ruggles, Junior, Israel Corkey, and Jonathan Nye, inimical to the rights and privileges of their countrymen. [1775-08-07] Massachusetts, Hardwick Committee of Correspondence; Padelford, Seth. [S4-V3-p0059] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of Rochester, Massachusetts, desire all persons to have no connections or dealings with Gideon Bestow, who has contravened a Resolve of the Provincial Congress. [1775-08-07] Massachusetts, Rochester Committee of Inspection. [S4-V3-p0060] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-Hampshire Committee of Safety to General Schuyler. [1775-08-07] New-Hampshire, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0060] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-Hampshire Committee of Safety to Colonel Bedel. [1775-08-07] New-Hampshire, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0060] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-Hampshire Committee of Safety to Major Cilley. [1775-08-07] New-Hampshire, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0060] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-Hampshire Committee of Safety to the Committee of Supplies, Directing Accounts to be Closed. [1775-08-07] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0061] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proclamation by Josiah Martin, Governour of North-Carolina. [1775-08-08] Martin, Josiah, Governour of North-Carolina. [S4-V3-p0061] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee for Norfolk Borough, Virginia, declare John Schaw an enemy to American Liberty. [1775-08-08] Virginia, Norfolk Borough Committee; Davies, William. [S4-V3-p0066] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

New-York Committee appoint a Committee to inquire of Mrs. Brown how she intends to dispose of a parcel of political Pamphlets, and postpone an order of the Provincial Congress to inquire concerning the destroying of a Barge which was building for the Asia, Man-of-War. [1775-08-08] New-York Committee. [S4-V3-p0066] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Captain Henry B. Livingston to the New-York Congress, enclosing a list of the men enlisted under him. [1775-08-08] Livingston, Henry B., Captain. [S4-V3-p0067] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Montgomery to the New-York Congress, urging them to forward Supplies, without which the Troops cannot take the field, and expresses his apprehensions of the evil consequences of permitting British Officers to pass freely through the country. Colonel Allan McClean, one of them, has gone with Colonel Guy Johnson to Cananda. [1775-08-08] Montgomery, Richard, General. [S4-V3-p0067] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Phineas Fanning to the New-York Congress. [1775-08-08] Fanning, Phineas, Colonel. [S4-V3-p0068] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Cooke to General Washington. No Powder or Lead can be spared by Rhode-Island, a vessel with warlike stores is soon expected from Cape Francois, and another vessel, despatched about four weeks ago, may also be soon expected with fifteen tons of Powder and other Stores. [1775-08-08] Cooke, Nicholas, Governour of Rhode-Island. [S4-V3-p0068] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Trumbull to General Washington. He cannot afford any further assistance in military stores. [1775-08-08] Trumbull, Jonathan, Governour of Connecticut. [S4-V3-p0070] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Trumbull to General Schuyler. [1775-08-08] Trumbull, Jonathan, Governour of Connecticut. [S4-V3-p0070] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to the New-York Congress. [1775-08-08] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0071] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders for the conveyance of Prisoners, taken from the Ministerial Army, from Cambridge to Springfield. [1775-08-08] Gates, Horatio, General. [S4-V3-p0071] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders for the conveyance of Prisoners, taken from the Ministerial Army, from Cambridge to Springfield, August 10. [1775-08-10] Massachusetts, Worcester Committee of Correspondence; Young, William. [S4-V3-p0072] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders for the conveyance of Prisoners, taken from the Ministerial Army, from Cambridge to Springfield, August 23. [1775-08-23] Massachusetts, Springfield Committee of Correspondence; Brewer, Nathaniel; Smith, Abner. [S4-V3-p0072] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Major John Connolly to John Gibson. The utmost powers of Government will be exerted to convince the infatuated Americans of their folly. Nothing but madness can induce a man to form unwarrantable associations with enthusiasts, whose ill-timed folly must draw upon them inevitable destruction. [1775-08-09] Connolly, John, Major. [S4-V3-p0072] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Lord Dunmore to Captain White Eyes, a Delaware Chief, enclosed in Major Connolly's Letter. [1775-08-09] Dunmore, John, Governour of Virginia. [S4-V3-p0072] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

To the Spinners in Philadelphia. [1775-08-09] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0073] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Wooster to Governour Trumbull. Has arrived at Oyster Ponds, from New-York, with four hundred and fifty men. His stock of Powder is but about twenty rounds a man. The British have taken the Cattle, Sheep, and c., from Fisher's Island, and are now employed in the same business on Gardiner's Island. [1775-08-09] Wooster, David, General. [S4-V3-p0073] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from a Gentleman of Philadelphia, at Cambridge, describing the works on the American lines. [1775-08-09] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0073] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Germany to a Gentleman in Philadelphia. The undaunted firmness of the American Congress is highly approved in Germany. [1775-08-10] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0074] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of Newbern, North-Carolina, direct the publication of two intercepted Letters from Governour Martin. [1775-08-10] North-Carolina, Newbern Committee. [S4-V3-p0075] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Martin to Henry White, requesting him to send a Royal Standard. [1775-06-13] Martin, Josiah, Governour of North-Carolina. [S4-V3-p0075] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Martin to Colonel James Cotton, of Anson County, urging him and the other friends of Government to maintain their ground firmly, and unite against the seditious, in the firm assurance that they will be soon and effectually supported. [1775-07-21] Martin, Josiah, Governour of North-Carolina. [S4-V3-p0075] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extract of a letter from a Gentleman in Fincastle, Virginia. [1775-08-10] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0076] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter dated August 16 about Captain James Wood's visit with the Delawares, Shawanese, Senecas, Wyandots, and Tawas. [1775-08-16] . [S4-V3-p0076] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Information of the disposition of the Indians communicated to the Committee of Pittsburgh by Captain James Wood. [1775-08-10] Wood, James, Captain; Virginia, Pittsburgh Committee. [S4-V3-p0076] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

New-York Committee: Appoint a Sub-Committee to discover the persons who destroyed the Boat lately built for his Majesty's Ship Asia. [1775-08-10] New-York Committee. [S4-V3-p0078] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Peter T. Curtenius to the New-York Congress. [1775-08-10] Curtenius, Peter T.. [S4-V3-p0079] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from John McKesson to Colonel Fanning. New-York cannot procure any further supply of Gunpowder at present. [1775-08-10] McKesson, John. [S4-V3-p0079] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Henry B. Livingston to the New-York Congress. His men have not received the supplies in Clothing they were entitled to, and he has been treated with indignity in the late appointments. [1775-08-10] Livingston, Henry B., Captain. [S4-V3-p0079] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Albany Committee to the New-York Congress. Request direction about disposing of the Prisoners taken near St. Johns's, there is no one to secure them, or supply them with Provisions. [1775-08-10] New-York, Albany Committee of Safety, Correspondence, and Protection; Yates, Abraham, Jr.. [S4-V3-p0539] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Montgomery to the New-York Congress. The First Division of New York Troops has arrived at Albany, but without Powder, begs a quarter of a pound per man may be forwarded. [1775-08-10] Montgomery, Richard, General. [S4-V3-p0080] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Albany (New York) Committee to the Provincial Congress, requesting directions in regard to the Prisoners taken near St. John's. [1775-08-10] New-York, Albany Committee of Safety, Correspondence, and Protection; Yates, Abraham. [S4-V3-p0081] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from R. McDonald to Albany Committee. [1775-08-10] McDonald, R., Sergeant. [S4-V3-p0081] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Dr. John Williams to the New-York Congress. [1775-08-10] Williams, John. [S4-V3-p0081] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from P. Silvester to the New-York Congress. [1775-08-10] Silvester, P.. [S4-V3-p0082] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to the New-York Congress. By advices from Boston there is reason to believe a part or the whole of the Ministerial Troops are about to move, and New-York is generally talked of as their destination. [1775-08-10] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0082] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from an Officer in Boston to his Friend in London, giving an account of a most glorious victory obtained by the King's Troops over the Rebel Army, on the 7th instant. The number of their killed is not exactly known, but we have taken twenty-five hundred prisoners, among them are General Lee and General Putnam, and several other Officers of rank in the Rebel Army. [1775-08-12] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0082] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from a Gentleman in Boston to a Friend in England, giving a like account of an action on the 7th instant. [1775-08-10] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0083] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extract of a Letter from a Lady in Boston to her friend in England. [1775-08-10] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0083] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Recommedation of Sergeant William Lee to be appointed Lieutenant. [1775-08-10] Spaulding, Levi, Captain; Boffe, Thomas; Roby, William; Campbell, William; Currier, Samuel; Hutchinson, Samuel; Osgood, John; Dike, Benjamin; Glover, Robert; Chase, Joshua; Walker, John; Finch, Simeon; Wilkins, Robert; Leeman, Samuel; Hardy, Thomas; Johnson, John; Campbell, James; Peabody, Isaac; Pemberton, James; Carkin, Isaaac; Phillips, James; Tuck, William; Sterret, William; Brown, William; Lowell, Samuel; Elinwood, Joseph; Row, John; Bayley, Andrew; Dutton, Ezra; McIntire, Timothy; Howe, Ephraim; Gooman, Richard; Hughes, Richard; Dutton, Jacob; Batchelder, Nathaniel; Stiles, Samuel; Cowen, Isaac; Starns, Isaac; Starns, Benjamin; Smith; Ephraim; Ralf, Ephraim. [S4-V3-p0083] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Notice of several Officers who distinguished themselves in the late engagement at Bunker's Hill. [1775-08-10] A Friend to the Truth (pseudo.). [S4-V3-p0084] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report of a Committee of both Houses as Assembly of Massachusetts on the case of Captain Thomas Cowden, of Fitchburgh. [1775-08-10] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V3-p0084] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Confession of Thomas Cowden. [1775-08-08] Cowden, Thomas, Captain. [S4-V3-p0085] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Huntington to Governour Trumbull. [1775-08-10] Huntington, Jedediah, Colonel. [S4-V3-p0086] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Fifty Indians of the Six Nations, at Westmoreland, promise neutrality between Great Britain and the Colonies. [1775-08-11] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0086] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Captain Broome to the New-York Congress. [1775-08-11] Broome, Samuel, Captain. [S4-V3-p0086] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to the Albany Committee. Mr. White, Sheriff of Tryon County, taken prisoner. [1775-08-11] Schuyler, Philip, Major-General. [S4-V3-p0086] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Cooke to General Washington. Some Bermudians have been at Philadelphia soliciting permission to import Provisions for the use of the Island, they gave information of the Powder there, and think it might be easily obtained. [1775-08-11] Cooke, Nicholas, Governour of Rhode-Island. [S4-V3-p0087] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Trumbull to General Washington, informing him of the plundering of Gardiner's Island by the British Fleet. [1775-08-11] Trumbull, Jonathan, Governour of Connecticut. [S4-V3-p0087] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Account of the plundering of Fisher's, Gardiner's, Plumb, and Block Islands, by the British. [1775-08-16] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0088] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Account of the plundering of Fisher's, Gardiner's, Plumb, and Block Islands, by the British. [1775-08-11] Willant, Abijah. [S4-V3-p0088] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Account of the plundering of Fisher's, Gardiner's, Plumb, and Block Islands, by the British. [1775-08-11] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0088] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Meeting of Committees at Sag-Harbour, New-York. [1775-08-14] New-York, Southampton Committee of Correspondence; New-York, Easthampton Committee; New-York, Shelter-Island Committee. [S4-V3-p0089] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Angus McDonald to any of the publick Printers in New-York, complaining of his treatment as a prisoner. [1775-08-11] McDonald, Angus. [S4-V3-p0089] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to General Gage, complaining of the treatment received by the American Prisoners in his possession, and threatening retaliation. [1775-08-11] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0245] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to a Committee of the general court of Massachusetts. Approves of the spirit of the people of Machias in proposing an expedition against Nova-Scotia, but disapproves of the enterprise, under present circumstances. [1775-08-11] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0090] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Colonel Thompson's plan for an expedition against Nova-Scotia. [1775-08-11] Thompson, Colonel. [S4-V3-p0090] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Gates to James Otis, with Lieutenant John Knight and six others of the British Navy, prisoners. General Washington has written General Gage to know in what manner he intends to treat American Officers taken prisoners, Lieutenant Knight and those with him will be treated in the same manner. [1775-08-11] Gates, Horatio, General. [S4-V3-p0090] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Another Letter, with more Prisoners taken at Cape Anne, List of the Prisoners taken at Cape Anne. [1775-08-11] Gates, Horatio, General. [S4-V3-p0091] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Theodore Atkinson to Governour Wentworth. The council of New-Hampshire, by a large majority, has disapproved of the firing on Captain Barclay's Boat. [1775-08-11] Atkinson, Theodore. [S4-V3-p0091] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Correspondence between Theodore Atkinson and Governour Wentworth. [1775-08-17] Wentworth, John, II, Governour of New-Hampshire. [S4-V3-p0091] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Correspondence between Governour Wentworth and Theodore Atkinson. [1775-08-17] . [S4-V3-p0092] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Correspondence between Governour Wentworth and T. Atkinson. [1775-08-23] Wentworth, John, II, Governour of New-Hampshire. [S4-V3-p0092] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Correspondence between Governour Wentworth and T. Atkinson. [1775-08-29] Atkinson, Theodore. [S4-V3-p0092] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Correspondence between Governour Wentworth and T. Atkinson. [1775-08-29] Atkinson, Theodore. [S4-V3-p0092] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from John Macartney, Commander of His Majesty's Ship Mercury, to the Mayor of Norfolk, Virginia. Complains of the summons received by Mr. Sprowle to attend the Committee of Norfolk. He will, to the utmost of iris power, protect the friends of His Majesty, and will use the most coercive means to suppress all unlawful combinations and persecutions within the Province of Virginia. [1775-08-12] Macartney, John, Captain. [S4-V3-p0092] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Paul Loyal to Captain Macartney. [1775-08-13] Loyal, Paul, Mayor of Norfolk, Virginia. [S4-V3-p0093] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Paul Loyal, Mayor of Norfolk, to Captain Macartney. The Committee who have summoned Mr. Sprowle are for the County, and without the jurisdiction of the Magistrates of the Borough. The conduct intended to be pursued by Captain Macartney, in preserving peace and obedience to the laws, must be commended by every good man. The inhabitants of the Borough desire to live in perfect harmony with the Gentlemen of the Navy. [1775-08-14] Loyal, Paul, Mayor of Norfolk, Virginia. [S4-V3-p0093] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Captain Macartney to Paul Loyal. He will accompany Mr. Sprowle to the Committee tomorrow morning. When an individual is arraigned for furnishing Barracks for His Majesty's Troops, there is a reason to apprehend that the authority of the Civil Magistracy is not competent for the support of Government and good order. [1775-08-15] Macartney, John, Captain. [S4-V3-p0094] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Paul Loyal to Captain Macartney, enclosing him a copy of the Resolves of the Common-Hall of the Borough. [1775-08-26] Loyal, Paul, Mayor of Norfolk, Virginia. [S4-V3-p0094] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolves of the Borough of Norfolk, declaring the Letters of Captain Macartney disrespectful to the Mayor, an officious intermeddling in the Civil Government of the Town, and imply a threat, which the Hall conceive to be unjustifiable, premature, and indecent. [1775-08-29] Virginia, Norfolk Borough Committee; Boush, John. [S4-V3-p0095] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Captain Macartney to Paul Loyal, requesting their Letters may be published, that the Publick may judge of the motives which actuate his conduct. [1775-08-28] Macartney, John, Captain. [S4-V3-p0095] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Provincial Congress of New-York to Gen. Montgomery. They will forward the articles he writes for immediately, if they can be had. Arms cannot be had in New-York. [1775-08-12] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0529] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Memorial of sundry persons in New-York to the Provincial Congress, desiring to know whether the people of the Colony are at liberty to ship Flaxweed to Ireland. [1775-08-12] Galbreath, Thomas; Phoenix, Daniel; Nielson, William; Clopper, Peter; Bonne, Mott Z.; Rhinelander, Frederick; Pearsall, Thomas; Franklin, John; Murray, Sansom and Co.; Sands, Comfort; De St. Croix, Joshua T.; Watson, Jacob; Laight, Edward; Laight, William; Templeton and Stewart. [S4-V3-p0096] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Francis Stephens, Ordnance Storekeeper in New-York, to General Gage, explaining why the Stores were not sent to Boston, which have since unfortunately fallen into the hands of the Rebels. [1775-08-12] Stephens, Francis. [S4-V3-p0096] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Peter T. Curtenuis to the New-York Congress. [1775-08-12] Curtenius, Peter T.. [S4-V3-p0097] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to Governour Trumbull. No Tents for Colonel Hinman's Regiment yet arrived. [1775-08-12] Schuyler, Philip, Major-General. [S4-V3-p0097] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Application from the Committee for Tryon County for information how to proceed against transgressors in civil or military matters. [1775-08-12] New-York, Tryon County Committee; Herkimer, Nicholas. [Spelling variants of Herkimer include: Herchkeimer and Herckheimer.] [S4-V3-p0541] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Trumbull to General Washington. Eight wagon loads of Powder are at Hartford, on the way to the Camp. He has directed two of the Wagons to be detained, the other six to proceed. [1775-08-12] Trumbull, Jonathan, Governour of Connecticut. [S4-V3-p0097] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Providence, Rhode-Island. [1775-08-12] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0098] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to a Committee of the Council of Massachusetts-Bay, dated August 12. [1775-09-12] . [S4-V3-p1183] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Gage to General Washington. Denies the charge of maltreating the Prisoners. [1775-08-13] Gage, Thomas, General. [S4-V3-p0246] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Loammi Baldwin to General Washington. [1775-08-13] Baldwin, Loammi, Colonel. [S4-V3-p0098] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Authentick and particular account of the engagement at Cape Anne, on the 9th instant. [1775-08-13] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0099] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of Safety of New-Hampshire prohibit all communication between the Scatherough, British Man-of-War, and the Town of Portsmouth. [1775-08-13] New-Hampshire, Portsmouth Committee of Correspondence. [S4-V3-p0091] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Association of Tryon County, North-Carolina. [1775-08-14] North-Carolina, Tryon County Association; Walker, John; McLean, Charles; Neel, Andrew; Beatty, Thomas; Coburn, James; Hambright, Frederick; Hampton, Andrew; Hardin, Benjamin; Pearis, George; Graham, William; Keandey, Robert; Jenkins, David; Espey, Thomas; Mackness, Perygren; McAfee, James; Thomason, William; Forny, Jacob; Whiteside, Davis; Beeman, John; Morris, John; Harden, Joseph; Robinson, John; Mauny, Valentine; Blacke, George; Logan, James; Baird, James; Carpinter, Christian; Beatty, Abel; Turner; Joab; Price, Jonathan; Miller, James; Sedes, Peter; Whiteside, William; Dellinger, John; Dellinger, George; Karbender; Samuel; Mooney, Jacob, Jr.; Wells, John; Castner, Jacob; Hulclip, Robert; Buckhanan, James; Moore, Moses; Kuykendall, Joseph; Sims, Adam; Waffer, Richard; Smith, Samuel; Neel, Joseph; Lofton, Samuel. [S4-V3-p0099] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of Newbern, North-Carolina, require the Captains of the several Companies in the County and Town to disarm all who have not signed the Association. [1775-08-14] North-Carolina, Newbern Committee; Cogdell, R.. [S4-V3-p00100] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

The Convention meets at Annapolis, List of the Delegates, Matthew Tilghman chosen Chairman, and Gabriel Duvall appointed Clerk. [1775-07-26] Maryland, Convention; Tilghman, Matthew. [S4-V3-p0099] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to consider of the ways and means to put the Province into the best state of defence. [1775-07-27] Maryland, Convention; Tilghman, Matthew. [S4-V3-p0101] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Patrick Graham, of Port Tobacco, praying a remission of the sentence of the Committee of Charles County, and that he may be restored to the privileges of a citizen. [1775-07-28] Graham, Patrick; Maryland, Convention; Tilghman, Matthew. [S4-V3-p0119] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Patrick Graham permitted to exercise his trade, buy provisions for his family, and to collect all just debts due to him, but he is not allowed to carry on any traffick or merchandise, until authorized by this or some other Convention. [1775-07-28] Maryland, Convention; Tilghman, Matthew. [S4-V3-p0101] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to inquire into the practicability of establishing a Manufactory of Arms in the Province. [1775-07-29] Maryland, Convention; Tilghman, Matthew. [S4-V3-p0101] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of John Baillie for a remission of the just sentence of the Committee of Charles County, which deprives him of the privileges of a citizen. [1775-07-29] Baillie, John; Davis, H.; Adams, William G.; Chilton, John S.; Dye, Reuben; Maryland, Convention; Tilghman, Matthew. [S4-V3-p0120] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition to the same effect from Alexander Ogg, of Calvert County. [1775-07-29] Ogg, Alexander; Maryland, Convention; Tilghman, Matthew. [S4-V3-p0121] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of Observation for Prince George's County directed to inquire into the truth of a report that a Brig of Christopher Lowndes, lately cleared out for Barbadoes, was carried into Boston, with the collusion of Mr. Lowndes. [1775-07-31] Maryland, Convention; Tilghman, Matthew. [S4-V3-p0102] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of Prince George's County declare there is not the least foundation for the charge of collusion, propagated against Mr. Lowndes. [1775-07-29] Maryland, Prince George's County General Committee of Observation; Williams, Thomas; Gantt, Thomas; Maryland, Convention; Tilghman, Matthew. [S4-V3-p0121] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

John Tolson's Deposition taken before the Committee. [1775-08-04] Tolson, John; Marbury, Luke; Clagett, Thomas; Maryland, Convention; Tilghman, Matthew. [S4-V3-p0121] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Five Thousand Nine Hundred Pounds to be borrowed on the credit of the Convention for the purchase of Lead, Gun Flints, and Powder. [1775-07-31] Maryland, Convention; Tilghman, Matthew. [S4-V3-p0102] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter, read and laid on the table. [1775-07-31] Maryland, Convention; Tilghman, Matthew. [S4-V3-p0102] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Virginia Convention, with a Resolution of that body, dated July 27, proposing to stop the exportation of all kinds of Provisions, after the fifth day of next month. [1775-07-27] Virginia, Convention; Randolph, Peyton; Maryland, Convention; Tilghman, Matthew. [S4-V3-p0122] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Persons who may import Arms into the Province permitted to sell them to the inhabitants for any price they can agree for. [1775-08-01] Maryland, Convention; Tilghman, Matthew. [S4-V3-p0103] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to the Convention of Virginia, assigning the reasons why this Convention will not accede to their Resolution, received yesterday. [1775-08-01] Maryland, Convention; Tilghman, Matthew. [S4-V3-p0103] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to consider of a proper mode to be adopted to prevent the inhabitants of the Province being harassed with suits at law. [1775-08-02] Maryland, Convention; Tilghman, Matthew. [S4-V3-p0103] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Archibald Campbell and William Lilburn, praying a remission of the sentence against them by the Committee for St. Mary's County, presented and read. [1775-07-17] Campbell, Archibald; Liburn, William; Maryland, Convention; Tilghman, Matthew. [S4-V3-p0122] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings of the Committee of St. Mary's Country on the complaints against Campbell and Lilburn, presented and read. [1775-07-18] Maryland, St. Mary's County General Committee; Bowers, Timothy; Maryland, Convention; Tilghman, Matthew. [S4-V3-p0124] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

On reading the foregoing Petitions and Proceedings it was resolved that Campbell and Lilburn have not been guilty of violating the Resolve of the late Convention, and that no further proceedings be had against them. [1775-08-03] Maryland, Convention; Tilghman, Matthew. [S4-V3-p0104] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

James Christie, Jun., of Baltimore Town, required to attend the Convention to answer a charge exhibited against him before the Committee for Baltimore County. [1775-08-03] Maryland, Convention; Tilghman, Matthew. [S4-V3-p0104] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings of the Committee of Baltimore County, on the complaint against Mr. Christie, presented and read. [1775-07-13] Maryland, Baltimore Committee; Christie, James; Maryland, Convention; Tilghman, Matthew. [S4-V3-p0124] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings of the Committee of Baltimore County, on the complaint against Mr. Christie. [1775-07-14] Maryland, Baltimore Committee; Maryland, Convention; Tilghman, Matthew. [S4-V3-p0125] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings of the Committee of Baltimore County, on the complaint against Mr. Christie. [1775-07-14] Maryland, Baltimore Committee; Maryland, Convention; Tilghman, Matthew. [S4-V3-p0126] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings of the Committee of Baltimore County, on the complaint against Mr. Christie. [1775-07-21] Christie, James; Maryland, Baltimore Committee; Maryland, Convention; Tilghman, Matthew. [S4-V3-p0126] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings of the Committee of Baltimore County, on the complaint against Mr. Christie. [1775-07-24] Christie, James; Christie, Robert, Jr.; Stevenson, Henry; Jaffray, James; Stenhouse, A.; Craig, John; Mackie, Ebenezer; Maryland, Baltimore Committee; Maryland, Convention; Tilghman, Matthew. [S4-V3-p0126] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve of the December Convention, which prohibits the killings of Lamb, repealed. [1775-08-03] Maryland, Convention; Tilghman, Matthew. [S4-V3-p0104] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings of the Committee for Caroline County, on a complaint against John Williams presented and read. [1775-08-02] Maryland, Caroline County Committee; Downes, Henry; Maryland, Convention; Tilghman, Matthew. [S4-V3-p0127] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolutions adopted for procuring Powder and Military Stores. [1775-08-04] Maryland, Convention; Tilghman, Matthew. [S4-V3-p0104] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Richard Henderson, of Bladensburgh, presented and read. [1775-08-04] Henderson, Richard; Eddis, William; Maryland, Convention; Tilghman, Matthew. [S4-V3-p0127] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

All persons required to refrain from all manner of violence to Richard Henderson and his property. [1775-08-04] Maryland, Convention; Tilghman, Matthew. [S4-V3-p0104] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of Bladensburgh declare that Mr. Henderson was no ways aiding, assisting, or even privy to George Munro's escape. [1775-08-07] Maryland, Bladensburgh Committee; Williams, Thomas. [S4-V3-p0128] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Prince George's County. [1775-08-03] Macgill, Thomas; Lowndes, Christopher; Maryland, Prince George's County Committee of Observation. [S4-V3-p0129] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Punishments inflicted by the people at large, before a cool and temperate investigation of the charges against any person, disapproved by the Convention. [1775-08-04] Maryland, Convention; Tilghman, Matthew. [S4-V3-p0105] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Memorial of James Christie, Jun., of Baltimore Town read. [1775-08-05] Maryland, Convention; Tilghman, Matthew. [S4-V3-p0105] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Memorial of James Christie, Jun. of Baltimore Town, presented and read. [1775-07-27] Maryland, Convention; Tilghman, Matthew. [S4-V3-p0129] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

James Christie declared to have manifested a spirit and principle inimical to the rights and liberties of America, and no person is permitted to trade, deal, or barter with him hereafter, unless for necessaries and provisions. [1775-08-07] Maryland, Convention; Tilghman, Matthew. [S4-V3-p0105] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Five hundred Pounds sterling to be deposited by James Christie, and expended occasionally towards his proportion of the expenses incurred in the present contest with Great Britain. [1775-08-08] Maryland, Convention; Tilghman, Matthew. [S4-V3-p0106] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee appointed to consider the ways and means to put the Province in a state of defence, reported. [1775-08-09] Maryland, Convention; Tilghman, Matthew. [S4-V3-p0106] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

August 10th. [1775-08-10] Maryland, Convention; Tilghman, Matthew. [S4-V3-p0106] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to lay out, in the purchase of Arms, the overplus of money subscribed by the Convention. [1775-08-11] Maryland, Convention; Tilghman, Matthew. [S4-V3-p0106] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from William Lux and Matthew Ridley, of Baltimore Town, received and read. [1775-08-11] Lux, William; Ridley, Matthew; Maryland, Convention; Tilghman, Matthew. [S4-V3-p0130] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

The request of Messrs. Lux and Ridley granted, on proof of their allegations being made to the Committee of Observation for Baltimore County. [1775-08-11] Maryland, Convention; Tilghman, Matthew. [S4-V3-p0106] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of John Baillie read a second time, and rejected. [1775-08-12] Maryland, Convention; Tilghman, Matthew. [S4-V3-p0106] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of John Williams read a second time, and the Committee for Caroline County directed to take from him sufficient security as to his future behaviour, and discharge him from further confinement. [1775-08-12] Maryland, Convention; Tilghman, Matthew. [S4-V3-p0107] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Alexander Ogg, of Calvert County, read a second time, and granted. [1775-08-12] Maryland, Convention; Tilghman, Matthew. [S4-V3-p0107] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Rules and Regulations established for the government of the Continental Army, to be published with the Proceedings of this Convention. [1775-08-14] Maryland, Convention; Tilghman, Matthew. [S4-V3-p0107] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report of the Committee appointed to inquire into the practicability of establishing a Manufactory of Arms in the Province. [1775-08-02] Beatty, C.; West, Stephen; Buchanan, William; Hanson, John, Jr.; Murray, James; Chase, Jeremiah T.; Deakins, William, Jr.; Maryland, Convention; Tilghman, Matthew. [S4-V3-p0130] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Association of the Freemen of Maryland, of July 26, adopted, and directed to be signed by the Members of the Convention, and by all other the freemen of the Province. [1775-08-14] Maryland, Convention; Tilghman, Matthew. [S4-V3-p0107] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Association of the Freemen of Maryland and Members of the Convention who signed the Association. [1775-07-26] Maryland, Association of the Freemen; Maryland, Convention; Tilghman, Matthew. [S4-V3-p0131] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Names of all the freemen who refuse to sign the Association to be returned to the next Convention. [1775-08-14] Maryland, Convention; Tilghman, Matthew. [S4-V3-p0108] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report of the Committee appointed to consider the ways and means to put the Province in a state of defence considered, debated by paragraphs, amended, and agreed to, Forty Companies of Minute-Men to be enrolled, Regulations for the Minute-Men, All able-bodied freemen between sixteen and fifty years of age, (Minute-Men, and c., excepted) to be enrolled as Militia, previous to the 15th of September. [1775-08-14] Maryland, Convention; Tilghman, Matthew. [S4-V3-p0108] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Council of Safety to be elected by this Convention, Powers and duties of the Council of Safety, Council of Safety to be chosen by each Convention, and half of the preceding Council ineligible to the succeeding Council. [1775-08-14] Maryland, Convention; Tilghman, Matthew. [S4-V3-p0111] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Bills of Credit to the amount of 266,666 2/3 Dollars to be issued, for providing for the defence of the Province, and other purposes directed by the Convention. [1775-08-14] Maryland, Convention; Tilghman, Matthew. [S4-V3-p0113] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committees of Observation to be chosen in each County on the second Tuesday in September next, Powers and duties of the Committees of Observation, Delegates to the Provincial Convention to be chosen annually, Committees of Correspondence to be chosen annually by the Committee of Observation. [1775-08-14] Maryland, Convention; Tilghman, Matthew. [S4-V3-p0114] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

One thousand Pounds to be advanced for encouraging the manufacture of Saltpetre, and the same amount for erecting and working a Powder Mill, on account of the Province. [1775-08-14] Maryland, Convention; Tilghman, Matthew. [S4-V3-p0116] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Council of Safety to provide five thousand stands of Arms and nine Field-Pieces, and may advance one thousand Pounds for erecting one or more Salt Works in the Province. [1775-08-14] Maryland, Convention; Tilghman, Matthew. [S4-V3-p0116] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Members of the Council of Safety appointed. [1775-08-14] Maryland, Convention; Tilghman, Matthew. [S4-V3-p0117] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolution on the Killing of Lambs. [1775-08-14] Maryland, Convention; Tilghman, Matthew. [S4-V3-p0117] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report of the Committee appointed to consider of a proper mode to be adopted to prevent the inhabitants being harassed with suits at law, considered, debated, recommitted for amendments, and in part agreed to. [1775-08-14] Maryland, Convention; Tilghman, Matthew. [S4-V3-p0117] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deputies appointed to represent the Province in Continental Congress, A Convention to be held at Annapolis on the third Tuesday in March next, or sooner if called by the Council of Safety, Committee to revise the Proceedings of this Convention, and publish such of them as they may think proper, and convey a number to each County as soon as may be, Convention dissolved. [1775-08-14] Maryland, Convention; Tilghman, Matthew. [S4-V3-p0118] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of Inspection and Committee of Correspondence for Kent County, Delaware, appointed. [1775-08-14] Delaware, Kent County Committee of Correspondence; Delaware, Kent County Committee of Inspection. [S4-V3-p0131] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Philadelphia Committee declare that Messrs. Blackburn, Ashton, and John Dobson, of Liverpool, have violated the Continental Association, in shipping a cargo of Salt to America. [1775-08-14] Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Committee of Correspondence; Smith, R. B.. [S4-V3-p0133] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Recantation of John Bergum, for having used sundry expressions derogatory to the liberty of the Country. [1775-08-14] Bergum, John. [S4-V3-p0133] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

New-Paltz Committee to New-York Congress. [1775-08-14] New-York, New-Paltz Committee. [S4-V3-p0133] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee for Ulster County to the New-York Congress. [1775-08-14] New-York, Ulster County Committee. [S4-V3-p0134] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Wooster to Governour Trumbull: He has removed the Cattle from Plumb Island, and will tomorrow go to Gardiner's Island. James Lyon, a Church-of-England Clergyman, the main spring of all the Tories on the east end of Long-Island, has been arrested. [1775-08-14] Wooster, David, General. [S4-V3-p0134] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to Governour Trumbull. [1775-08-14] Schuyler, Philip, Major-General. [S4-V3-p0135] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Hinman to Governour Trumbull. His Regiment is very sickly, and a great number unfit for duty, the Province of New-York abounds with officers, but he has not yet seen one private. [1775-08-14] Hinman, Benjamin, Colonel. [S4-V3-p0135] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Major Brown to Governour Trumbull, communicating information obtained by him in Canada, where he had been sent to get intelligence. [1775-08-14] Brown, John, Major. [S4-V3-p0135] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extract of a letter dated Crown Point, August 14. [1775-08-14] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0136] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to Governour Trumbull. The necessities of the Army are so great that all the Powder that can be spared should be forwarded immediately. [1775-08-14] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0137] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to Governour Cooke, on the expedition to Bermuda for Powder, approves of and recommends that it be undertaken immediately. [1775-08-14] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0137] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Huntington to Governour Trumbull. [1775-08-14] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0138] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Reed, informing them of the determination of General Washinton to confine the British Officers, who are prisoners, in consequence of the treatment of the American Prisoners by General Gage. [1775-08-14] Washington, George; Reed, Joseph, Colonel; Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0328] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Publick notice requesting all Committees to make a return, under oath, to all their respective Congresses and Conventions, of the names of those who may depreciate or refuse the circulating Paper Currency of any Colony. [1775-08-14] Vox Populi (pseudo.). [S4-V3-p0138] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Stephen Peabody to the New-Hampshire Committee of Safety, accepting the appointment of Chaplain in the Army. [1775-08-14] Peabody, Stephen. [S4-V3-p0138] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

New-York Committee: The Report of the Sub-Committee on the destroying the Barge built for the Asia man-of-war, referred to the Provincial Congress. [1775-08-15] New-York Committee. [S4-V3-p0139] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

New-York Committee. [1775-08-16] New-York Committee; Bedlow, William. [S4-V3-p0139] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from William Duer to the New-York Congress. Has received his commission as Deputy-Adjutant General in the Continental Army, and requests to be allowed a few days to determine whether he can accept it. [1775-08-15] Duer, William. [S4-V3-p0139] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Captain Jacobus Wynkoop to the New-York Congress. [1775-08-15] Wynkoop, Jacobus. [S4-V3-p0140] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers of the Second Battalion in Suffolk County, New-York. [1775-08-15] New-York, Easthampton Committee; New-York, Southampton Committee of Correspondence; Howell, Daniel. [S4-V3-p0140] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to the New-York Congress. [1775-08-15] Schuyler, Philip, Major-General. [S4-V3-p0141] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Association adopted by the Committee for Fairfield, Connecticut, and signed by eight hundred and fifty-five males, of the age of sixteen and upwards, Names of seventy who refused to sign the Association. [1775-08-15] Connecticut, Fairfield Committee of Inspection. [S4-V3-p0141] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Rev. John Sayre to the Committee for Fairfield, assigning his reasons for not signing the Association. [1775-08-15] Burr, Thaddeus; Sayre, John. [S4-V3-p0143] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to General Schuyler: In great want of Lead for the Army, does not expect any from the Southward, and has sent for some of the stock found at Ticonderoga when it fell into our hands. [1775-08-15] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0144] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Confession of William Boltwood voted satisfactory by the Committee for Amherst, Hampshire County, Massachusetts. [1775-08-15] Boltwood, William; Massachusetts, Amherst Committee of Correspondence; Eastman, Joseph. [S4-V3-p0145] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committees chosen for the City of Philadelphia, for the Northern Liberties, and for Southwark. [1775-08-16] Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Committee of Correspondence. [S4-V3-p0145] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

District Committees for the City and Liberties of Philadelphia. [1775-08-19] Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Committee of Correspondence. [S4-V3-p0146] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to the Committee of Secrecy at Philadelphia, soliciting the loan of a ton of Gunpowder. [1775-08-16] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0532] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to General Wooster. [1775-08-16] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0532] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee for Fairfield, Connecticut, declare any person an enemy to his Country who shall export any Flaxseed out of the Colony, until further advice from the Continental Congress. [1775-08-16] Connecticut, Fairfield Committee of Inspection; Burr, Thaddeus. [S4-V3-p0146] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to the Council of Massachusetts. [1775-08-16] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0147] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders to the Officer commanding the detachment of Riflemen sent to Cape Ann. [1775-08-16] Gates, Horatio, General. [S4-V3-p0147] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Method of enlisting Recruits to serve against America, by Major Roche, in Cork, Ireland. [1775-08-17] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0147] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Speech made by Major Roche. [1775-08-17] Roche, Boyle, Major. [S4-V3-p0147] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from London to the Continental Congress: Plans of the Ministry for carrying on the American War. [1775-08-17] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0148] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Safety for Pennsylvania to General Washington. Major French and other Officers, with a quantity of clothing for the Army in Boston, taken in a vessel from Cork. [1775-08-17] Franklin, Benjamin. [S4-V3-p0148] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Safety for Pennsylvania to Committee of Safety for New-York. [1775-08-17] Pennsylvania, Committee of Safety; Franklin, Benjamin. [S4-V3-p0149] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to General Schuyler, requesting him to select proper persons for Field Officers for the Green Mountain Boys. [1775-08-17] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0533] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Isaac Stoutenburgh and others to the New-York Congress, Westchester, in New-York. [1775-08-17] Stoutenburgh, Isaac; Benson, Christopher; Laboyteaux, John; Wool, Jeremiah. [S4-V3-p0149] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolutions of the Committee for Westchester, in New-York, against buying or selling tea, horse racing, and all kinds of gambling. [1775-08-17] New-York, Westchester Committee; Drake, Gilbert. [S4-V3-p0150] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolution of the Committee for Mamacoting, Ulster County, New-York, relating to the hiring or purchasing of Arms. [1775-08-17] New-York, Mamakating Committee. [Spelling variants of Mamakating include: Mamacoting and Mamicoting.] [S4-V3-p0150] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Albany Committee to New-York Congress. [1775-08-17] New-York, Albany Committee of Safety, Correspondence, and Protection; Yates, Abraham. [S4-V3-p0151] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Huntington to Governour Trumbull. [1775-08-17] Huntington, Jedediah, Colonel. [S4-V3-p0151] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Committee of Inspection for the East Precinct of Pownalborough, Lincoln County, Massachusetts, giving a statement of facts proved against Abiel Wood. [1775] Massachusetts, Pownalborough Committee of Inspection; Langdon, Thomas. [S4-V3-p0151] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition of Ebenezer Whittier, taken June 9, 1775. [1775-06-09] Whittier, Ebenezer; Rice, Thomas. [S4-V3-p0152] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of Timothy Parsons to the Publick, on Abiel Wood's case. [1775-08-25] Parsons, Timothy. [S4-V3-p0153] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Stewart Hunt's Deposition on the Matter of Abiel Wood. [1775-08-25] Hunt, Stewart; Parsons, Timothy. [S4-V3-p0154] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of Timothy Parsons to the Publick, on Abiel Wood's case. [1775-08-25] Parsons, Timothy. [S4-V3-p0154] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of Timothy Langdon to the Publick, on Abiel Wood's case. [1775-10-06] Langdon, Timothy. [S4-V3-p0155] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of Timothy Langdon to the Publick, on Abiel Wood's case. [1775-08-03] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0155] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of Timothy Langdon to the Publick, on Abiel Wood's case. [1775-08-03] Langdon, Timothy. [S4-V3-p0155] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proclamation of the States General, prohibiting the exportation of Gunpowder, or other munitions of war, to the English Colonies, for one year. [1775-08-18] United Provinces, States-General; Hardenbroek, G. Van; Fagel, H.. [S4-V3-p0156] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve of the Committee for Nansemond County, Virginia, that Messrs. Donaldson and Hamilton, merchants in the Town of Suffolk, have not violated the Association. [1775-08-18] Virginia, Nansemond County Committee; Gregorie, John. [S4-V3-p0157] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Thomas Johnson, Jun., to Horatio Gates, gving a general view of the state of publick affairs. [1775-08-18] Gates, Horatio, General. [S4-V3-p0157] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter sent to Dr. Franklin, and to the Committee at Elizabethtown, requesting the Militia to be kept in readiness, as an attack is expected. [1775-08-18] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0536] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Wooster requested to return to his Camp, at Harlem, with the utmost speed. [1775-08-18] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0536] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Robert R. Livingston requested to forward all the Powder he has made to General Schuyler as soon as possible. [1775-08-18] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0535] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of Easthampton requested to remove the Cattle and Sheep from Plumb Island and Gardiner's Island. [1775-08-18] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0536] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Trumbull to General Schuyler. [1775-08-18] Trumbull, Jonathan, Governour of Connecticut. [S4-V3-p0159] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolution of the Committee for Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts, that Jerathmeel Bowers, Charles Slead, and Gideon Sherman, have violated the Rules of the Congress. [1775-07-10] Massachusetts, Rehoboth Town Meeting. [S4-V3-p0160] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of Jerathmeel Bowers to the Publick, on the vote of the Committee of Rehoboth, denything their charges against him. [1775-08-08] Bowers, Jerathmeel. [S4-V3-p0160] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Rehoboth Committee to the Council of Massachusetts: They will furnish proof of their charges in a few days. [1775-08-15] Massachusetts, Rehoboth Town Meeting. [S4-V3-p0161] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committees of Rehoboth and Swanzey. [1775-08-18] Massachusetts, Rehoboth Committee of Inspection; Massachusetts, Swanzey Committee of Inspection. [S4-V3-p0161] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Sundry affidavits furnished by the Committees of Rehoboth and Swanzey, to justify their advertisement of Colonel Jerathmeel Bowers, as being unfriendly to his Country, Slead. [1775-08-18] Slead, Philip; Kinnicut, John; Massachusetts, Rehoboth Committee of Inspection; Massachusetts, Swanzey Committee of Inspection. [S4-V3-p0161] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Sundry affidavits furnished by the Committees of Rehoboth and Swanzey, to justify their advertisement of Colonel Jerathmeel Bowers, as being unfriendly to his Country, Peirce. [1775-08-18] Peirce, David; Kinnicut, John; Massachusetts, Rehoboth Committee of Inspection; Massachusetts, Swanzey Committee of Inspection. [S4-V3-p0162] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Sundry affidavits furnished by the Committees of Rehoboth and Swanzey, to justify their advertisement of Colonel Jerathmeel Bowers, as being unfriendly to his Country, Peirce. [1775-08-18] Cole, Zephaniah; Luther, Upham; Kinnicut; John; Massachusetts, Rehoboth Committee of Inspection; Massachusetts, Swanzey Committee of Inspection. [S4-V3-p0162] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Sundry affidavits furnished by the Committees of Rehoboth and Swanzey, to justify their advertisement of Colonel Jerathmeel Bowers, as being unfriendly to his Country, Peirce. [1775-08-18] Brown, Jeremiah; Kinnicut, John; Massachusetts, Rehoboth Committee of Inspection; Massachusetts, Swanzey Committee of Inspection. [S4-V3-p0163] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Sundry affidavits furnished by the Committees of Rehoboth and Swanzey, to justify their advertisement of Colonel Jerathmeel Bowers, as being unfriendly to his Country, Peirce. [1775-08-18] Brown, Daniel; Kinnicut; John; Massachusetts, Rehoboth Committee of Inspection; Massachusetts, Swanzey Committee of Inspection. [S4-V3-p0163] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Sundry affidavits furnished by the Committees of Rehoboth and Swanzey, to justify their advertisement of Colonel Jerathmeel Bowers, as being unfriendly to his Country, Peirce. [1775-08-18] Boston Gazette; Massachusetts, Rehoboth Committee of Inspection; Massachusetts, Swanzey Committee of Inspection. [S4-V3-p0163] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Further Report of the Committees of Rehoboth and Swanzey, with additional depositions. [1775-08-18] Massachusetts, Rehoboth Committee of Inspection; Massachusetts, Swanzey Committee of Inspection. [S4-V3-p0164] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Affidavit of Patience Law. [1775-08-18] Law, Patience; Luther, Edward; Massachusetts, Rehoboth Committee of Inspection; Massachusetts, Swanzey Committee of Inspection. [S4-V3-p0164] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Affidavit of Mary Slead and Martha Chase. [1775-08-18] Slead, Mary; Chase, Martha; Luther; Edward; Massachusetts, Rehoboth Committee of Inspection; Massachusetts, Swanzey Committee of Inspection. [S4-V3-p0164] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Affidavit of Samuel Law. [1775-09-04] Law, Samuel; Kinnicut, John; Massachusetts, Rehoboth Committee of Inspection; Massachusetts, Swanzey Committee of Inspection. [S4-V3-p0164] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Affidavit of Benjamin Martin. [1775-09-05] Martin, Benjamin; Kinnicut, John; Massachusetts, Rehoboth Committee of Inspection; Massachusetts, Swanzey Committee of Inspection. [S4-V3-p0165] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Affidavit of Benjamin Cole II and James Mason. [1775-09-05] Cole, Benjamin, II; Mason, James; Kinnicut, John; Massachusetts, Rehoboth Committee of Inspection; Massachusetts, Swanzey Committee of Inspection. [S4-V3-p0165] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Affidavit of Simeon Mason. [1775-09-05] Mason, Simeon; Kinnicut, John; Massachusetts, Rehoboth Committee of Inspection; Massachusetts, Swanzey Committee of Inspection. [S4-V3-p0165] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Affidavit of John Mason, Israel Barney and Daniel Morton, Jr.. [1775-09-05] Mason, John; Barney, Israel; Morton, Daniel, Jr.; Kinnicut, John; Massachusetts, Rehoboth Committee of Inspection; Massachusetts, Swanzey Committee of Inspection. [S4-V3-p0166] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee for Alstead, Cheshire County, New-Hampshire, declare Simon Baxter inimical to his Country, disarm him, confine him to his farm, and caution all persons not to deal with him. [1775-08-18] New-Hampshire, Alstead Committee of Correspondence; Prentice, Nathaniel; Shepard, Oliver; Brooks, Simon. [S4-V3-p0166] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extracts from several Letters, brought by Captain Robbins, in the Schooner Two Sisters, lately seized by an Armed Vessel in the service of the United Colonies, and published by order of the Continental Congress. [1775-08] Continental Congress; Thomson, Charles. [S4-V3-p0167] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extract of a Letter from a Gentleman in Cork to an Officer in Boston. [1775-08-19] Anonymous; Continental Congress. [S4-V3-p0167] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extract of a Letter to an Officer at Boston. [1775-08-20] Anonymous; Continental Congress. [S4-V3-p0167] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extract of a Letter to an Officer at Boston. [1775-08-25] Anonymous; Continental Congress. [S4-V3-p0168] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extract of a Letter to an Officer in Boston. [1775-09-08] Anonymous; Continental Congress. [S4-V3-p0168] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extract of a Letter to Lieutenant Jones, of the Sixty-Third Regiment at Boston. [1775-09-10] Gordon, R.; Continental Congress. [S4-V3-p0169] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extract of a Letter to Captain Gardner, Aid-de-camp to General Burgoyne, at Boston. [1775-09-10] Gardner, V.; Continental Congress. [S4-V3-p0169] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extract of a Letter to an Officer at Boston. [1775-09-14] Anonymous; Continental Congress. [S4-V3-p0169] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Safety for Pennsylvania to the New-York Congress. [1775-08-19] Franklin, Benjamin. [S4-V3-p0170] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings of the Committee of Philadelphia, on the complaint against Isaac Hunt. [1775-08-19] Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Committee of Correspondence. [S4-V3-p0170] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings of the Committee of Philadelphia, on the complaint against Isaac Hunt. [1775-08-22] Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Committee of Correspondence. [S4-V3-p0171] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition of William Conn, in regard to the conduct of Isaac Hunt. [1775-08-29] Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Committee of Correspondence; Conn, William; Young, James; Smith, J. B.; Jones, R. Strettel. [S4-V3-p0171] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Account of the treatment of Isaac Hunt and of Dr. Kearsley. [1775-08] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0172] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Information received from Mr. Carter. [1775-08-19] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0537] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Militia Officers chosen in Mamacoting, Ulster County, New-York. [1775-08-19] New-York, Mamakating Committee; Young, John. [Spelling variants of Mamakating include: Mamacoting and Mamicoting.] [S4-V3-p0176] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel James Clinton to the New-York Congress. [1775-08-19] Clinton, James, Colonel. [S4-V3-p0176] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to the New-York Congress. [1775-08-19] Schuyler, Philip, Major-General. [S4-V3-p0177] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Montgomery to the New-Hampshire Committee of Safety. The three Companies offered by that colony will be a very seasonable re-enforcement, a vigorous and speedy effort against Canada is necessary to crush their naval armament. [1775-08-19] Montgomery, Richard, General. [S4-V3-p0177] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to General Gage, in reply to his Letter of the 13th instant. [1775-08-19] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0246] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Duke of Leinster to the Sheriffs and Commons of the Citry of Dublin, acknowledging their Vote of Thanks for his conduct in supporting the rights and liberties of the Americans. [1775-07-21] Ireland, Dublin Assembly. [S4-V3-p0178] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Duke of Leinster to the Sheriffs and Commons of the Citry of Dublin, acknowledging their Vote of Thanks for his conduct in supporting the rights and liberties of the Americans. [1775-07-21] FitzGerald, William Robert, Duke of Leinster; Ireland, Dublin Assembly; Howard, Alfred. [S4-V3-p0178] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings of the Sheriffs and Commons of Dublin, on an Address to the King, Address to the King from the Sheriffs, Commons, and Inhabitants of the City of Dublin, agreed to, Negatived by the Lord Mayor and Board of Aldermen. [1775-08-23] Ireland, Dublin Assembly; Howard, Alfred. [S4-V3-p0178] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Charlestown, South-Carolina, to a Gentleman in Philadelphia. A small Sloop sent by the Committee of Charlestown, about a week ago, captured in St. Augustine Bay a Vessel from England, with fourteen thousand pounds of Powder, which has arrived at Beaufort. [1775-08-20] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0180] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Rev. William Tennent to Henry Laurens. State of affairs in the interior of South-Carolina: Fletchall heads a strong party there, and the friends of America have no Ammunition, may be surprised without remedy. [1775-08-20] Tennent, William. [S4-V3-p0180] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Congress met at Hillsborough. [1775-08-20] North-Carolina, Provincial Congress. [S4-V3-p0181] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

List of the Delegates appointed to the Congress, Names of the Members who attended this day, Samuel Johnston chosen President, and Andrew Knox appointed Secretary, Rev. George Micklejohn attended and performed divine service, Committee to inquire into the conduct of John Coulson, of Anson County, charged with dangerous practices against the liberties of America, Committee to prepare a Test to be signed by the Members of this Congress, Congress will to their utmost protect the late Insurgents, (the Regulators,) from any injury which may be attempted on pretence of punishing them for their late insurrection, Committee to confer with such inhabitants of the Province as entertain any religious or political scruples with respect to associating in the common cause of America, Rev. Henry Patillo requested to read prayers every morning, and the Rev. Charles Edward Taylor every evening, during his stay. [1775-08-21] North-Carolina, Provincial Congress. [S4-V3-p0181] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings of the Continental Congress presented and read. [1775-08-22] North-Carolina, Provincial Congress. [S4-V3-p0186] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Declared by John Coulson. [1775-08-22] North-Carolina, Provincial Congress; Coulson, John. [S4-V3-p0186] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Express sent to Wilmington for several persons confined there, for offences against the Continental Association. [1775-08-22] North-Carolina, Provincial Congress. [S4-V3-p0186] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Association of the Continental Congress, of October 20, 1774, read and approved of, Test reported by the Committee, read, approved of, and ordered to be intered on the Journal and signed, Names of the Members who signed the Test, Committee of Secrecy for procuring Arms and Ammunition, Committee to confer with the gentlemen who have lately arrived from the Highlands of Scotland, and to explain to them the nature of the controversy with Great Britain, Committee to prepare an Address to the Inhabitants of the Province, calling upon them to unite in defence of American Liberty. [1775-08-23] North-Carolina, Provincial Congress. [S4-V3-p0186] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

North-Carolina pledged to support the Continental Congress, in their efforts for the preservation of American Liberty, Committee to prepare a plan for the regulation of the internal police, order and safety of the Province, State of the Province, and the expediency of employing a Military Force for its defence, considered, Draught of Articles of Confederacy, proposed for the several Colonies in North America, presented. [1775-08-24] North-Carolina, Provincial Congress. [S4-V3-p0188] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Paper purporting to be a Proclamation of his Excellency Josiah Martin, dated the 8th inst. Presented and read, Governour Martin's Proclamation declared to be a false, scandalous, scurrilous, malicious, and seditious libel, and ordered to be burnt by the common hangman, Petition of Francis Dunn and Dorothy Boote, presented, Committee to consider and report a state of the Publick Funds, Committee of Intelligence to receive all Petitions, and c., and report thereon to the Congress, County and Town Committees requested to obtain and return to Congress a Census of their respective Counties and Towns. [1775-08-25] North-Carolina, Provincial Congress. [S4-V3-p0189] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

The paper purporting to be a Confederacy of the United Colonies to be considered on Firday next, the 1st of September, Committee of Intelligence report that the apprehending and sending John Dunn and Benjamin Boote to South-Carolina was necessary and justifiable, James Cotton, Samuel Williams, and Jacob Williams, of Anson County, discharged and set at liberty. [1775-08-28] North-Carolina, Provincial Congress. [S4-V3-p0190] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petitions from John Dunn and Benjamin Boote, now confined in Charlestown, South-Carolina, received and read. [1775-08-29] North-Carolina, Provincial Congress. [S4-V3-p0190] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report of the Committee to prepare a state of the Publick Funds. [1775-08-29] North-Carolina, Provincial Congress; Caswell, Richard. [S4-V3-p0191] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

President directed to thank the Committee of Charlestown, for securing Dunn and Boote, and request they may be detained there for the present, Persons charged as being enemies to the American cause are not hereafter to be carried out of the Province, except by the directions of the Committee empowered to take cognizance of the offence. [1775-08-29] North-Carolina, Provincial Congress. [S4-V3-p0191] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Met and adjourned. [1775-08-30] North-Carolina, Provincial Congress. [S4-V3-p0192] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

The Colony to be immediately put in a state of defence, for the express and sole purpose of securing and preserving it against all attempts to carry the acts of Parliament into execution by force of arms, One thousand Men to be immediately raised for the support of the American Association, and the defence of the Colony. [1775-08-31] North-Carolina, Provincial Congress. [S4-V3-p0192] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

The Troops ordered to be raised, to form two Regiments. [1775-09-01] North-Carolina, Provincial Congress. [S4-V3-p0193] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Thanks of the Congress to William Hooper, Joseph Hewes, and Richard Caswell, their Delegates to the Continental Congress. [1775-09-02] North-Carolina, Provincial Congress. [S4-V3-p0194] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

On the application of Mr. Biggleston, Governour Martin private Secretary, permission granted to remove on board the Man-of-War all the private property of the Governour, The Secretary authorized to give certificates to any of the Protesters who may hereafter sign the Association or Test, The plan of a general Confederation between the United Colonies, considerd, and rejected: the present Association to be further relied on for bringing about a reconciliation with the Parent State. [1775-09-04] North-Carolina, Provincial Congress. [S4-V3-p0195] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to make an arrangement of Minute-Men for the safety of the Province, Committee of Ways and Means recommend an emission, in paper Bills of Credit, of Sixty Thousand Pounds, for defraying the expense of the Militia, and c.. [1775-09-05] North-Carolina, Provincial Congress. [S4-V3-p0196] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Commissaries for the Troops appointed. [1775-09-06] North-Carolina, Provincial Congress. [S4-V3-p0196] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

One Hundred and Twenty-Five Thousand Dollars, in Bills of Credit, to be emitted for the defence of the Colony. [1775-09-07] North-Carolina, Provincial Congress. [S4-V3-p0197] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Plan for regulating the Minute-Men and Militia, reported by the Committee, and adopted. [1775-09-07] North-Carolina, Provincial Congress. [S4-V3-p0198] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address to the Inhabitants of the British Empire, presented by Mr. Hooper, and adopted unanimously. [1775-09-08] North-Carolina, Provincial Congress. [S4-V3-p0201] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

John Penn chosen Delegate to the Continental Congress, in place of Mr. Caswell, appointed Treasurer of the Southern District of the Province. [1775-09-08] North-Carolina, Provincial Congress. [S4-V3-p0202] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Field-Officers of Minute-Men and the Militia appointed, Appointment of the Minute-Men to be raised in each County. [1775-09-09] North-Carolina, Provincial Congress. [S4-V3-p0203] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Plan for the internal peace, order, and safety of the Province, considered and adopted, Committee of Safety to be appointed in each District by the Congress, Provincial Council for the Colony to be appointed in the same manner, Provincial Congress to be elected annually. Test to be repeated and subscribed by the Delegates before they take their seats, County and Town Committees to be elected annually, No action to be commenced in any court of law, Or before any Magistrate, without leave of the County Committees, Provincial Council appointed, Committees of Safety for the several Districts appointed. [1775-09-09] North-Carolina, Provincial Congress. [S4-V3-p0205] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Sundry Resolutions offering premiums for the encouragement of Manufactures within the Province, adopted. [1775-09-10] North-Carolina, Provincial Congress. [S4-V3-p0209] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Quebec to a Gentleman in Scotland. Emissaries from the Rebels have made the Canadians believe that Schuyler, with the Provincial Rebels, only comes to protect them, but any attempt of the Rebels to force into circulation their paper money will make the Canadians fly to arms in defence of their property. [1775-08-20] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0211] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to the New-York Congress. The controversy between Allen and Warner is carried to such lengths that few Green Mountain Boys will be raised, former accounts of the friendly sentiments of the Canadians, fully confirmed. [1775-08-20] Schuyler, Philip, Major-General. [S4-V3-p0212] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Committee for New-Marlborough to the New-York Congress. [1775-08-20] New-York, New-Marlborough Committee; Smith, John. [S4-V3-p0213] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Gage to the Earl of Dartmouth. Mr. Washington, who commands the Rebel Army, has written on the treatment of the Rebel prisoners. The Rebels are very numerous, and continure to throw up works nearer to the Town, but their advanced parties, both at Boston and Charlestown, have been drove back. [1775-08-20] Gage, Thomas, General. [S4-V3-p0213] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to General Schuyler, communicating his plan of an expedition to penetrate Canada by way of Kennebeck River. [1775-08-20] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0213] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proclamation by Governour Tryon, offering a reward for apprehending Clement Lempriere and Simon Tuffts, charged with piracy, in taking Powder from a Brigantine at St. Augustine Bar. [1775-08-21] Tryon, William, Governour of New-York. [S4-V3-p0705] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from William Henry Drayton to the Council of Safety for South-Carolina, giving a full account of the state of affairs in the interior of the Colony. [1775-08-21] Drayton, William Henry. [S4-V3-p0214] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Captain Purvis. [1775-08-18] Purvis, E., Jr., Captain. [S4-V3-p0216] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

William Tennent. [1775-08-21] Tennent, William. [S4-V3-p0216] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Jonathan Clark's Affidavit relative to a meeting between Alexander Cameron and the Cherokees. [1775-08-21] Clark, Jonathan; Drayton, William Henry; Wood, James; Wood, John; Wood, Moses; Prince, John. [S4-V3-p0217] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee for Essex County, Virginia, require the Cargo of the Schooner Enterprise, George Stewart, master, to be landed and stored, at the expense of the owners, until they prove it is not inteneded for any purpose injurious to the couse of American Liberty. [1775-08-21] Virginia, Essex County Committee; Power, Jack; Whitlock, John. [S4-V3-p0218] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Recantation of Hugh Cahoon, of St. George's Hundred, Newcastle County, Delaware. [1775-08-21] Cahoon, Hugh; Delaware, St. George's Hundred Committee; Hyett, Peter. [S4-V3-p0218] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Pennsylvania Committee of Safety to the New-York Congress. It is necessary for them to keep the little Powder they have, as possibly the enemy may call upon them. [1775-08-21] Franklin, Benjamin; Pennsylvania, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0219] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Caractacus on Standing Armies. [1775-08-21] Caractacus (pseudo.). [S4-V3-p0219] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Zebulon Butler to Ellis Hughes. [1775-08-21] Butler, Zebulon. [S4-V3-p0221] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Answer to General Schuyler's Letter. [1775-08-21] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0540] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Provisions directed to be furnished to the Prisoners at Albany. [1775-08-21] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0540] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to Walter Livingston. [1775-08-21] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0540] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Francis Stephens to George Wray. [1775-08-21] Stephens, Francis. [S4-V3-p0221] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Philip Rhinelander and others to the New-York Congress. [1775-08-21] Rhinelander, Philip; Rhinelander, William, Jr.; Rhinelander, Jacob; Van Winckel, T. John; Sandford, John; Elwyn, George; Acklay, John; Clock, Jacob; Huestis, Charles; Carman, William; Adams, John. [S4-V3-p0222] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Field-Officers of the Second Battalion of Suffolk County, New-York. [1775-08-21] Peirson, David; New-York, Suffolk County Committee. [S4-V3-p0523] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Militia Officers for South-East Precinct, Dutchess County, New-York. [1775-08-21] New-York, Dutchess County, Southeast Precinct Committee; Crane, Joseph. [S4-V3-p0223] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Militia Officers for South-East Precinct, Dutchess County, New-York. [1775-08-28] New-York, Dutchess County, Southeast Precinct Committee; Crane, Joseph; Baldwin, Thomas; Foster, Nathaniel. [S4-V3-p0223] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Major Henry Livingston. [1775-08-21] Livingston, Henry, Jr., Major. [S4-V3-p0555] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Albany Committee to the New-York Congress, requesting their directions with regard to Mr. White, Sheriff of Tryon County, now in custody as an enemy of the Country. [1775-08-21] New-York, Albany Committee of Safety, Correspondence, and Protection; Yates, Abraham, Jr.. [S4-V3-p0223] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Sir John Johnson to Alexander White, Sheriff of Tryon County. [1775-08-21] Johnson, John. [S4-V3-p0223] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee for Providence, Rhode-Island, to the New-York Committee. [1775-08-21] Rhode-Island, Providence Committee of Inspection; Cooke, Nicholas; Smith, John; Tillinghast, Daniel. [S4-V3-p0224] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Trumbull to the New-York Congress, urging them to furnish Tents for the Northern Army. [1775-08-21] Trumbull, Jonathan, Governour of Connecticut. [S4-V3-p0224] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Jedediah Strong to Governour Trumbull. [1775-08-21] Strong, Jedediah. [S4-V3-p0225] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Major Magaw to General Gates. [1775-08-21] Magaw, Robert, Major. [S4-V3-p0226] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Assembly met at Providence, List of the Deputies. [1775-08-21] Rhode-Island, General Assembly; Bowler, Metcalf. [S4-V3-p0225] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Two hundred and fifty Men to be sent to remove the neat Cattle and Sheep from New-Shoreham, at the risk and expense of the Colony. [1775-08-21] Rhode-Island, General Assembly; Bowler, Metcalf. [S4-V3-p0226] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers of the Independent Cadets in Providence. [1775-08-21] Rhode-Island, General Assembly; Bowler, Metcalf. [S4-V3-p0227] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Act to punish persons who shall pilot any foreign Armed Vessels in or out of any of the Harbours of the Colony. [1775-08-21] Rhode-Island, General Assembly; Bowler, Metcalf. [S4-V3-p0227] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

All the Gunpowder imported before 1st day of April next to be purchased by the Colony, Committee of Safety appointed to act on any emergency during the recess of the Assembly, Officers of the Minute-Men in the Town of Smithfield, Officers of the Militia appointed, Two Row-Gallies to be built forthwith, for the protection and defence of the Colony, Post-Riders appointed, and Mail Routes established, Delegates in the Continental Congress instructed to use their whole influence for building and equipping an American Fleet, Report of the Proceedings of the continental Congress, presented by Mr. Ward, one of the Delegates, accepted and approved, The Continental Currency made a lawful tender, in all payments whatsoever, whether of a publick or private nature, Bounty of three Shillings a pound to be paid on every pound of Saltpetre made in the Colony by the 26th of August, 1776, Pay of Abraham Whipple, Captain of the Colony Sloop, fixed at nine Pounds a month. [1775-08-21] Rhode-Island, General Assembly; Bowler, Metcalf. [S4-V3-p0227] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Act passed to prevent Mr. Wanton from acting as Governour, further continued. [1775-08-21] Rhode-Island, General Assembly; Bowler, Metcalf. [S4-V3-p0233] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to remove the Cattle and Sheep from all the Islands, except Rhode-Island and Block-Island, Persons who shall refuse to receive the Paper Money of the Continental Congress, or of any of the colonies, in payment for any debt, duty, or demand, of a pecunicary nature, to be considered enemies to the Country, with whom there is to be no communication. [1775-08-21] Rhode-Island, General Assembly; Bowler, Metcalf. [S4-V3-p0233] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

York County (Pennsylvania) Committee direct that all persons in the County detected purchasing Sheep under four years old, to be killled, shall be treated as enemies to their Country. [1775-08-22] Pennsylvania, York County Committee of Correspondence; Armor, Thomas. [S4-V3-p0235] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

New-York Committee divide the City, as far as Fresh-Water, into twenty-four Militia Districts, and order an Election of Officers for each District, Officers elected for the twenty-four Districts or Beats in the City of New-York. [1775-08-22] New-York Committee. [S4-V3-p0235] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

New-York Committee, August 25. [1775-08-25] New-York Committee. [S4-V3-p0235] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

New-York Committee, August 28. [1775-08-28] New-York Committee. [S4-V3-p0237] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

New-York Committee, August 29. [1775-08-29] New-York Committee. [S4-V3-p0237] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Captain Lamb to the New-York Congress. [1775-08-22] Lamb, John, Captain. [S4-V3-p0239] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Suffolk County (New-York) Committee to the Provincial Congress, representing their defenceless condition, and requesting some Troops may remain there. [1775-08-22] New-York, Suffolk County Committee; Smith, William. [S4-V3-p0239] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers chosen by the Militia in Newburgh District, Orange County, New-York. [1775-08-22] New-York, Newburgh Committee of Correspondence and Observation; Sands, Samuel; Higby, Moses. [S4-V3-p0239] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers Chosen by the Militia in the New-Marlborough Precinct. [1775-08-22] New-York, New-Marlborough Committee. [S4-V3-p0240] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Howe to General Washington, complaining that his Officers had been fired upon when returning from a parly, and requests the intercourse between the two Camps to be stopped. [1775-08-22] Howe, William, Major-General. [S4-V3-p0240] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to General Howe. Denies the charge made in his Letter of yesterday. [1775-08-23] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0240] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proclamation by the King for suppressing Rebellion and Sedition. [1775-08-23] George III, King of Great Britain. [S4-V3-p0240] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Order by the King in Council to prohibit the transportation, beyond the seas or coastwise, Gunpowder, or any sort of Arms or Ammunition. [1775-08-23] Cottrell, Stephen. [S4-V3-p0241] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Annapolis, August 23. [1775-08-23] Maryland, Anne Arundel County Committee of Observation; Duvall, G.. [S4-V3-p0242] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Dutchess of Koningsburgh to the New-York Congress. [1775-08-23] Livingston, Peter Van Brugh. [S4-V3-p0242] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from William Bayard to the New-York Congress. [1775-08-23] Bayard, William, Colonel. [S4-V3-p0242] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Gen. Schuyler to Benjamin Franklin. The Powder sent by the Committee of Philadelphia has been received. He has thirteen hundred men, and twenty days' provisions, and will soon make an attempt on St. John's. [1775-08-23] Schuyler, Philip, Major-General. [S4-V3-p0242] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to the New-York Congress. [1775-08-23] Schuyler, Philip, Major-General. [S4-V3-p0243] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Major Brown to General Montgomery. Has just learned that the two Vessels at St. John's are nearly finished, they appear to be of a large size. With these Vessels, and their Batteause, the enemy can sweep the Lake. [1775-08-23] Brown, John, Major. [S4-V3-p0468] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to the Continental Congress. Recommends for the vacant place of Brigadiar-General Colonel Armstrong, of Pennsylvania, or Colonel Frye, of Massachusetts. The scarcity of Ammunition does not permit him to take the advantage he would of his situation. [1775-08-23] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0243] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from William Tudor, Judge-Advocate General, to General Washington. [1775-08-23] Tudor, William, Judge-Advocate General. [S4-V3-p0245] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders. [1775-08-05] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0247] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders. [1775-08-07] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0248] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders. [1775-08-08] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0248] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders. [1775-08-09] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0249] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders. [1775-08-10] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0249] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders. [1775-08-11] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0250] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders. [1775-08-13] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0250] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders. [1775-08-14] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0250] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders. [1775-08-15] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0250] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders. [1775-08-16] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0251] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders. [1775-08-17] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0251] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders. [1775-08-18] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0252] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders. [1775-08-19] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0252] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders. [1775-08-20] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0252] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders. [1775-08-21] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0252] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders. [1775-08-22] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0253] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Return of the Continental Army, at Cambridge. [1775-08-18] Gates, Horatio, General. [S4-V3-p0253] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Return of the Regiment of Artillery commanded by Colonel Gridley. [1775-08-26] Gates, Horatio, General. [S4-V3-p0255] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Return of the Train of Artillery of the Rhode-Island Forces. [1775-08-25] Gates, Horatio, General. [S4-V3-p0255] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Mr. Penn and Mr. Lee to the Earl of Dartmouth, enclosing a copy of the Petition of the Congress to the King. [1775-08-21] Penn, Richard; Lee, Arthur. [S4-V3-p0255] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Lord Dartmouth to Mr. Penn and Mr. Lee. He will return to London in a day or two, and will inform them of his arrival. [1775-08-24] Legge, William, Earl of Dartmouth. [S4-V3-p0255] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Edmund Burke to Arthur Lee. His being an Agent chosen by the General Assembly of New-York, who have refused to send Deputies to the Congress, prevents his joining Mr. Penn and Mr. Lee in presenting the Petition to Lord Dartmouth. [1775-08-23] Burke, Edmund. [S4-V3-p0255] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from a Gentleman in London to one in Philadelphia. Plans and intentions of the Ministry. Efffects of the present contest on Great Britain. [1775-08-24] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0256] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from a Gentleman in London to his Friend in the American Camp. [1775-08-24] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0257] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Mr. Drayton and Mr. Tennent to the Council of Safety for South Carolina -- They have experienced great opposition from Kirkland, Brown, and others, but have received no personal violence. [1775-08-24] Drayton, William Henry; Tennent, William. [S4-V3-p0258] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Zebulon Butler to Ellis Hughes. [1775-08-24] Butler, Zebulon. [S4-V3-p0259] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letters from New-York to gentlemen in Philadelphia, giving accounts of the firing on the City by the Asia man-of-war, on the night of the 23d, when the citizens were engaged in removing the Cannon from the Battery. [1775-08-24] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0259] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Another Letter from New-York, Dated August 24, 1775. [1775-08-24] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0259] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-York Congress to the House of Representatives of Massachusetts-Bay, with a Petition from the Executors of David Gardiner, of Gardiner's Island, deceased, praying renuneration for damages done by inhabitants of Massachusetts-Bay. [1775-08-24] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0000] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letters from Captain Vandeput, of the Asia, to the Mayor of New-York, defending his conduct in firing upon the City. [1775-08-28] . [S4-V3-p0260] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letters from Captain Vandeput, of the Asia, to the Mayor of New-York, defending his conduct in firing upon the City. [1775-08-24] Vandeput, George, Captain. [S4-V3-p0260] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letters from Captain Vandeput, of the Asia, to the Mayor of New-York, defending his conduct in firing upon the City. [1775-08-24] Vandeput, George, Captain. [S4-V3-p0260] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letters from Captain Vandeput, of the Asia, to the Mayor of New-York, defending his conduct in firing upon the City. [1775-08-25] Vandeput, George, Captain. [S4-V3-p0261] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letters from Captain Vandeput, of the Asia, to the Mayor of New-York, defending his conduct in firing upon the City. [1775-08-25] Vandeput, George, Captain. [S4-V3-p0261] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extract of a Letter from New-York to a Gentleman in Philadelphia. [1775-08-28] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0261] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Edmund Fanning to New-York Congress. [1775-08-24] Fanning, Edmund. [S4-V3-p0262] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Militia Officers chosen in the Borough of Westchester, New-York. [1775-08-24] New-York, Westchester Committee; Hunt, Thomas; Fouse, James; Graham, Lewis. [S4-V3-p0262] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Colonel Clinton's Orders. [1775-08-24] Clinton, James, Colonel. [S4-V3-p0262] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Copy of the Receipt of John Langdon. [1775-08-29] Langdon, John, Lieutenant. [S4-V3-p0262] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

James Clinton's Receipt. [1775-08-25] Clinton, James, Colonel; Brinckerhoff, Dirck G.. [S4-V3-p0262] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Wooster to Governour Trumbull. The suspicious light in which the Provincial Congress of New-York is viewed by the rest of the Continent is well known, he therefore requests he may not be placed under the direction of that body. [1775-08-24] Wooster, David, General. [S4-V3-p0262] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Colonel Joseph Reed to Pennsylvania Committee to Safety. [1775-08-24] Reed, Joseph, Colonel. [S4-V3-p0263] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-Hampshire Committee of Safety to General Sullivan, There is reason to fear that Portsmouth is in danger. The stock of Powder is reduced to eight or ten barrels, any quantity that can be spared for their use will be very acceptable. [1775-08-24] New-Hampshire, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0263] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Connecticut Committee of Safety: Direct the fitting an Armed Vessel, according to the Resolve of the Assembly, Agree to charter a small, swift sailing Vessel, for a Spy-Vessel, to run and cruise from place to place, discover the enemy, carry intelligence, and c.. [1775-08-02] Connecticut, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0263] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers of the Armed Vessel (the Brig Minerva) appointed, Committee to make further arrangements for fitting out the Vessel, Two Companies stationed at New-London, on the request of the Committee of that place. [1775-08-03] Connecticut, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0264] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Captain Niles appointed to take command of the Spy-Vessel, Hostile attacks on the Sea-Coasts being apprehended, the Governour is requested to direct a number of men to be equipped and held in readiness for service. [1775-08-07] Connecticut, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0266] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee purchase and fit out the Spy-Vessel. [1775-08-14] Connecticut, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0267] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders sent to Major Lattimer, at New-London, to see that regular Watches and Guards are kept about his Camp, that his Soldiers are properly exercised, instructed, and disciplined, and kept clean, out of idleness, and bad practices. [1775-08-17] Connecticut, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0268] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

August 21st, Connecticut Committee of Safety. [1775-08-21] Connecticut, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0269] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to direct the building a Battery at Waterman's Point, in New-London River. [1775-08-24] Connecticut, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0270] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Begun and Held at Meeting-House in Watertown, List of the Representatives, Samuel Freeman chosen Clerk, and sworn into office, Divine Service performed by the Rev. Mr. Gordon, James Warren chosen Speaker, Committee to get the Sermon, delivered this day by Mr. Gordon, printed. [1775-07-19] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0271] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Met and adjourned, this having been appointed, by the Continental Congress, to be observed as a Day of Fasting and Prayer throughout the Continent. [1775-07-20] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0275] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Counsellor for the Territory of Massachusetts-Bay, for the Colony of New-Plymouth, for the Province of Maine, and for the Territory lying between the River Sagadahock and Nova-Scotia, elected by the House. [1775-07-21] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0275] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee on a Letter from James Sullivan to the President of the late Congress. [1775-07-22] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0276] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition from James Greenleaf and others, relating to the cruel confinement of the Inhabitants of Boston. [1775-07-21] Greenleaf, William; Wendall, Oliver; Pitts, John; Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0276] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to consider the circumstances of the Soldiers raised by this Colony, Committee on a Petition from Fryburgh, and on the Proceedings of a Meeting of the Town of Pownalborough, Committee of Safety requested to furnish General Washington's House, Rev. Mr. Gordon elected Chaplain to the House. [1775-07-22] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0276] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Levi Sheppard and Ebenezer Hunt, read and committed. [1775-07-19] Sheppard, Levi; Hunt, Ebenezer; Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0277] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to prepare a Letter to Generals Thomas, Whitcomb, and Frye, desiring them to continue in the service of the Colony. [1775-07-22] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0277] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to repair to Salem, to provide for the Poor and other Inhabitants of Boston. [1775-07-23] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0277] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report on the Petition of William Greenleaf, and c., read, considered, recommitted, Committee on a Petition from St. John's, Committee on a Letter from General Ward, requesting suitable accommodations for himself and attendants, Committee to examine all Accounts and Muster-Rolls Laid before the House. [1775-07-24] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0278] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Colonel James Easton, Committee on this Petition, and on the Report of a Committee of the late Provincial Congress on Colonel Easton's representation of the state of his Regiment. [1775-07-24] Easton, James; Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0278] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to prepare an Answer to a Letter from the Committee of Saybrook. [1775-07-24] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0279] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report of the Committee on the Petition of James Greenleaf, and c., again read and accepted. [1775-07-24] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0279] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolutions providing for the removal of the Inhabitants of Boston, Committee to consider the terms on which the Town of Salem will consent that the Hospital there shall be used for the reception of the Poor of Boston. [1775-07-24] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0280] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to confer with General Ward on the subject of his Letter to the House, Vote reconsidered, and the Report of the Committee on his Letter read, amended, and accepted, Committee to inquire of General Ward if it would not be as agreeable to make provision for himself, Committee to complete the Powder-House, begun by order of the late Provincial Congress, Committee of Safety of Salem made Overseers of the Poor of Boston, on their removal to the Hospital in that place, Committee to wait on General Ward instructed to desire him to provide himself with proper accommodations, Protest of a number of the Inhabitants of Swanzey against the election of Colonel Jerathmeel Bowers, read and rejected, Committee to consider a Letter from the Committee of Deer Island, relative to arrival of a Man-of-War, and other Vessels, at Penobscot. [1775-07-25] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0280] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

July 26. [1775-07-26] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0282] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report of the Committee on the Petition of Colonel Easton, read and accepted. [1775-07-26] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0282] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to prepare an Address to the Council, on the Petition from Deer-Island, Committee to consider the state of the Armourers. [1775-07-26] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0282] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report of the Committee on the Petition of Sheppard and Hunt, read and recommitted. [1775-07-26] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0283] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Charles Miller, read and committed. [1775-07-25] Miller, Charles; Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0283] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to consider a new emission of Bills of Credit. [1775-07-26] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0283] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address to the Council on the critical condition of the Inhabitants of the Eastern parts of the colony. [1775-07-26] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0283] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Colonel Bowers and Captain Brown. [1775-07-25] Warren, James; Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0284] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report on the Petition of Sheppard and Hunt, again considered, and accepted, The two Votes passed yesterday, on General Ward's Letter, reconsidered, and Major Hawley directed to bring in a Resolve expressive of the sense of said Votes. [1775-07-26] Rice, Thomas; Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0284] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to examine what powers are vested in the Committee of Supplies. [1775-07-27] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0284] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of the Committee and Selectman of Bridgewater, read and committed. [1775-07-24] Massachusetts, Bridgewater Committee of Correspondence; Massachusetts, Bridgewater Committee of Inspection; Massachusetts, Bridgewater Selectmen; Perkins, Richard; Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0285] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee on a Petition of the Committee of Inspection for the East Precinct of Pownalborough, relative to the conduct of Abiel Wood, Committee on a Petition of a number of Inhabitants of the Town of Pownalborough, stating their objections to the choice and person of Thomas Rice, a member of this House. [1775-07-27] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0285] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Luke Perkins. [1775-07-27] Perkins, Luke; Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0286] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Order of the Day. [1775-07-27] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0286] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Luke Perkins. [1775-07-28] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0286] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to procure immediately two hundred Axes for the use of the Army, Committee to devise means for the payment of the Soldiers who have not received their advance pay. [1775-07-28] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0286] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition from the Town of Bristol. [1775-07-18] Massachusetts, Bristol Committee; Brackett, Thomas; Thompson, Thomas; Ottes, Samuel; Turner, Cornelius; Turner, Briggs; Boyd, Thomas; Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0287] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Henry Gardner chosen Treasurer and Receiver-General, Committee to prepare a Resolve, requiring the Treasurer and Receiver-General to give Bond, Committee to procure the Journals of this House, for five or six years back, Committee to wait upon General Washington, and request him to inform this House what his instructions are with respect to giving out Commissions, Committee appointed to wait on General Washington, directed to request him to lay the Muster-Rolls of the Massachusetts Forces before this House, Committee to consider a Petition of Aphiah Jones, whose husband is confined a prisoner at Machias, Committee on a Petition of several Armourers. [1775-07-28] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0287] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to consider what is necessary to be done relative to a Colony Seal. [1775-07-28] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0288] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee on a Petition of the Selectman of Sherburne, on the Island of Nantucket, praying that they may be permitted to supply themselves with the necessaries of life. [1775-07-28] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0288] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Message from the Council, recommending an increase of the Forces in the Eastern parts of the Colony, to prevent the enemy from plundering the inhabitants. [1775-07-28] Otis, James; Sever, William; Greenleaf, Benjamin; Spooner, Walter; Cushing, Caleb; Winthrop, John; Foster, Jedediah; Prescott, James; Taylor, Eldad; Lincoln, Benjamin; Farley, Michael; Palmer, Joseph; Holten, Samuel; Fisher, Jabez; Gill, Moses; Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0288] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to the Continental Congress, enclosing the Petition of the Committee of the Town of Bristol. [1775-07-28] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0289] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

The Council to be considered as Governour, according to the Charter, the Governour and Lieutenant or Deputy Governour having absented themselves, and refused to govern the Province according to the Charter. [1775-07-29] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0289] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report on the Petition from the Town of Bridgewater, presented, read, and adopted, Ebenezer Keith, having acted in direct opposition to the rights and liberties of the Country, is to be kept in custody by the Committee of Bridgewater. [1775-07-29] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0289] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to provide a Hospital for the sick and wounded of the Army, Committee on appointing Apothecaries to take care of and compound Medicines for the use of the Army, Committee to consider the Message from the Council, relative to the Eastern parts of the Colony. [1775-07-29] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0289] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Colony Notes. [1775-07-29] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0290] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Pettion from the Town of Gloucester, read and rejected, Committee to wait on General Washington, and know of him if he can send a detachment to the Eastern parts of the Colony, to prevent the enemy from ravaging the Country, and plundering the inhabitants. [1775-07-29] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0290] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to the Speaker, enclosing one from Chelsea, in relation to the removal of the Inhabitants of Boston. [1775-07-29] Washington, George; Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0292] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to repair to Chelsea, and examine into the removal of the Inhabitants of Boston, and take measures for guarding against the Smallpox. [1775-07-30] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0292] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Bills of Credit. [1775-07-31] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0293] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report of the Committee. [1775-07-31] Massachusetts, House of Representatives; Foster, Jedediah. [S4-V3-p0293] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee to the Selectman and Committee of Correspondence of the Town of Chelsea. [1775-07-31] Massachusetts, House of Representatives; Foster, Jedediah; Orne, Azor; Smith, Jonathan; Gill, Moses; Palmer, Joseph; Cushing, Nathan; Freeman, Samuel. [S4-V3-p0293] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to bring in a Bill for vacating the Commissions of all Civil Officers who have been appointed by the Governour and Council, Resolve obliging the Treasurer and Receiver-General to give Bond for One Hundred Thousand Pounds. [1775-07-31] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0293] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve confirming the Proceedings of yesterday, the General Court having been adjourned on Saturday, the 29th, to this day, Monday, the 31st, Committee on the escape of Bridget Philips, and the disposition of her effects, Committee to bring in a Resolve, directing the Treasurer and Receiver-General to give Bond for Fifty Thousand Pounds instead of One Hundred Thousand. [1775-07-31] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0295] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

August 1st. [1775-08-01] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0296] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to consider the Victualling of the Army, and examine into any supposed defeciencies. [1775-08-01] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0296] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve requiring the Treasurer and Receiver-General to give Bond for Fifty Thousand Pounds, Accounts against Gen. Washington, for Horse hire, Wagon hire, and c., received, and referred to the Committee of Accounts. [1775-08-01] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0296] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Accounts of John Derby, for hire, and c., of the Schooner Quero, from Salem to Great Britain, and back, with Depositions relative to the Battle of Lexington: Read, and ordered to be paid. [1775-07-25] Derby, John; Derby, Richard; Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0298] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Accounts of Richard Derby. [1775-08-01] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0298] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee on a Memorial of Colonel Benedict Arnold. [1775-08-01] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0298] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report of the Committee on the situation of our Friends in Boston. [1775-08-02] Foster, Jedediah; Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0299] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Apothecaries. [1775-08-02] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0299] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Benjamin Ames, a Captain in Colonel Frye's Regiment. [1775-08-02] Ames, Benjamin; Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0300] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve for procuring Powder for the Army, presented by Major Hawley, (the Galleries being first cleared,) read and adopted, Committee to confer with Lewis, a Chief of the Caughnawaga Tribe of Indians, who is now in Town. [1775-08-02] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0300] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

August 3rd. [1775-08-03] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0301] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report of this Committee, of their conference with Lewis. [1775-08-03] Winthrop, John; Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0301] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report of the Committee on the situation of the Eastern parts of the Colony, read and accepted. [1775-08-03] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0302] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to inquire into the cause of General Sullivan's taking a House in Mystick for a Hospital, Committee to repair immediately to Chelsea, to make provision for the poor distressed Inhabitants of Boston, now coming over Winnisimit Ferry, Resolve approving the conduct of the Committee for East Pownalborough, in regard to Abiel Wood. [1775-08-04] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0303] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report of the Committee. [1775-08-04] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0304] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee on Accounts and Muster Rolls. [1775-08-04] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0304] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Captain John Stevens, with a Roll of his Company, under Colonel Arnold, at the reduction of Ticonderoga. [1775-08-03] Stevens, John, Captain; Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0305] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Colonel Arnold's Account. [1775-08-03] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0305] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of the Committee of the Town of Camden, in Penobscot-Bay, read and committed. [1775-08-03] Massachusetts, Camden Committee; Ogier, Abraham; Ballard, John; Minot, James; Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0305] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Captain Wright's Account, in Colonel Arnold's Regiment, ordered to be paid. [1775-08-03] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0305] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Andrew Craigie appointed to take charge of the Medical Store in Waterloo. [1775-08-03] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0306] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Receiver-General directed to keep an exact and particular account of all Moneys paid by him to Officers of the Army. [1775-08-03] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0306] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Bill for removing all the Officers of this Country, both Civil and Military, read the first time. [1775-08-04] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0306] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Account of Benjamin Batchelder. [1775-08-04] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0307] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Order to Joseph Chaddock. [1775-08-04] Warren, Joseph; Massachusetts, Committee of Safety; Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0307] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

John Chaddock. [1775-08-04] Chaddock, Joseph, Captain; Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0307] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolves requiring certain Towns to deliver up their stock of Powder for the use of the Army. [1775-08-04] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0307] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of Supplies directed to furnish to the Town of Camden, two hundred bushels of Indian Corn, Committee to take care of the Poor of Boston, who may go to Salem. [1775-08-04] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0308] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to fix the pay of Teamsters, for transporting the Poor of Boston and their effects, Committee on a Letter from Justin Ely, of West Springfield, relative to the Donations for the Poor of Boston. [1775-08-05] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0309] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Prince Goreham, of Barnstable. [1775-08-05] Gorham, Prince; Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0309] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Colonel Arnold's Account. [1775-08-05] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0310] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Device for the Colony Seal reported by the Committee. [1775-08-05] Otis, James; Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0310] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Prince Gorham. [1775-08-05] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0310] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve agreeing to release Jones and Hicks, as required by General Gage, in exchange for John Gill and others, confined in Boston. [1775-08-05] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0310] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Bill for annulling the Commissions of several Officers, read the third time, passed, and sent to the Council for concurrence. [1775-08-05] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0311] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Baldwin, relating to three Women who came over Winnisimit Ferry, from Boston. [1775-08-05] Baldwin, Loammi, Colonel; Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0312] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Captain White. [1775-08-05] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0312] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Ladies, Before Mentioned. [1775-08-05] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0312] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee on the Letter from General Washington, relative to the Inhabitants coming out of Boston. [1775-08-06] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0312] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report of the Committee on Colonel Arnold's Account. [1775-08-07] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0313] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to attend the landing of the People from Boston. [1775-08-07] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0313] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Stationing of Forces at Lincoln. [1775-08-07] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0313] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to examine the three Women brought to the House on Saturday, the 5th instant. [1775-08-07] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0313] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Colony Seal. [1775-08-07] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0313] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washinton, relative to the Soldiers who absent themselves from the Army. [1775-08-07] Washington, George; Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0314] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petitions and Accounts. [1775-08-07] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0314] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report of the Committee appointed to examine the three women. [1775-08-07] Chauncy, Charles; Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0314] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee on the Resolves of the Continental Congress, for establishing a Militia throughout the Continent. [1775-08-07] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0315] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee on a Memorial of William Hunt, relative to sundry articles which belonged to Lady Frankland, Committee on a Resolve of Congress, relative to killing Sheep and Lambs, Forty Thousand Pounds to be raised on the Polls and Estates of the Inhabitants of the Colony, Committee to consider in what manner the Taxes shall be laid. [1775-08-08] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0315] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders. [1775-08-09] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0317] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report of the Committee appointed to apply to Colonels of the Regiments, raised in the Colony, for a complete List of the Men in their respective Regiments. [1775-08-09] Massachusetts, House of Representatives; Lincoln, Benjamin. [S4-V3-p0317] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to consider what Offices are inconsistent with the publick interest, to be held by one person. [1775-08-09] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0318] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report and Resolves on Letter. [1775-08-09] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0318] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Supplies. [1775-08-08] Massachusetts, Committee of Supplies; Cheever, David; Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0318] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to bring in a Bill to prevent the waste of Powder, by firing at fowl, or game of any kind, and marks. [1775-08-09] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0318] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Edward Parry to be sent immediately to some inland Town, more than seventy miles to the sea-coast, there to be detained. [1775-08-09] Lincoln, Benjamin; Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0319] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to bring in a Bill for the emission of One Hundred Thousand Pounds. [1775-08-09] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0319] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee on paying advance wages to the Commissioned Officers. [1775-08-10] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0320] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report on the Letter from Dartmouth, (respecting Whaling Voyages,) read and accepted. [1775-08-10] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0320] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to wait on General Washington, and confer with him on supplying the Town of Gloucester with Ammunition and Men for their defence. [1775-08-10] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0320] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report of the Committee on the Letter from General Washington, relative to Thomas Cowden. [1775-08-10] Spooner, Walter; Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0321] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Confession of Thomas Cowden. [1775-08-10] Cowden, Thomas; Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0322] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

New draught of a Bill for annulling Commissions, read and concurred, Rates allowed the Teamsters for transporting the Poor of Boston and their effects. [1775-08-10] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0322] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to receive Coats, Breeches, Shirts, Shoes, and Stockings, for the Soldiers, Clerk of the House ordered to officiate as Speaker, in the absence of the Speaker, Men and Military Stores ordered to Gloucester for the defence of that Town. [1775-08-11] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0323] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve prohibiting the needless expense of Gunpowder. [1775-08-12] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0325] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Andrew Hamiton, a crafty, designing person, very officious in prying into the management of the publick affairs of the Colony, ordered to by sent to Springfield Jail. [1775-08-11] Chauncy, Charles; Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0325] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Treasurer. [1775-08-12] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0325] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Edward Parry ordered to be sent to Sturbridge, as a prisoner. [1775-08-09] Lincoln, Benjamin; Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0326] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Order for the arrest of Mr. Mills, late a Printer in Boston, and Joseph Otis, who has lately acted as Sheriff of Boston, Committee on a Letter from General Washington, concering the state of the Army, and the propriety of fitting out Privateers. [1775-08-12] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0326] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Publick worship. [1775-08-13] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0327] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve in consequence of General Washington's Letter respecting Desertion from the Army. [1775-08-13] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0327] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committees on Petitions from Machias and from Falmouth, Resolve relating to the killing of Sheep. [1775-08-14] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0328] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Memorial from the Officers of the Eastern Regiments in the County of Lincoln. [1775-08-2] Cargill, James; Massachusetts, Eastern Regiment Officers; Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0329] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to inquire into the grounds of the complaints made by the Soldiers of their allowance. [1775-08-14] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0330] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to examine the Resolves of the Congress respecting the Estates of the Refugees. [1775-08-15] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0330] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolution of Falmouth Petition. [1775-08-16] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0331] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of the Committee for the Town of Falmouth. [1775-08-11] Massachusetts, Falmouth Committee of Correspondence; Grannis, Jonathan; Shiverick, Nathaniel; Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0331] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Bills of Credit. [1775-08-16] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0331] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolution of Petition, Men and Supplies ordered for the assistance of the said Towns. [1775-08-16] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0331] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition from the Committee of Goldsborough, Number Four, Narragaugus, and Pleasant River. [1775-08-16] Massachusetts, Gouldsborough Committee; Massachusetts, Number-Four Committee; Massachusetts, Narraguagus Committee; Massachusetts, Pleasant River Committee; Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0331] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Memorial. [1775-08-16] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0332] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Act vacating the Civil and Military Commissions in the colony, issued by any Governour or Lieutenant-Governour of the Province. [1775-08-16] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0332] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve. [1775-08-16] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0333] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition from the Inhabitants of the Town of Machias, Captain Jeremiah Obrian directed to raise a Company of fity men, for the protection of Machias. [1775-08-16] Obrian, Jeremiah; Foster, Benjamin; Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0333] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Order of the Day. [1775-08-16] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0334] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to confer with an Indian Chief, who appears as an ambassador from the St. Francis Tribe of Indians. [1775-08-16] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0334] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to confer with the Delegates to the Continental Congress, with respect to the sum necessary to defray their expenses to and at Philadelphia, Committee to consider what Oaths are proper and necessary to be taken by the Officers, civil and military, who may be appointed by the Council. [1775-08-16] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0334] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders. [1775-08-17] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0334] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Act declaratory of the right of certain Towns in the Colony of Massachusetts-Bay to elect Representatives to the General Court. [1775-08-17] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0334] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Monitors. [1775-08-17] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0335] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report on the Memorial of the Officers of the Eastern Regiment. [1775-08-17] Palmer, Joseph; Adams, Samuel; Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0336] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

One hundred Pounds granted to the Hon. John Hancock, for his expenses, and c., to and at Philadelphia. [1775-08-17] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0336] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

On Petition from Salem. [1775-08-17] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0337] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition from the Town of Salem. [1775-08-17] Massachusetts, Salem Town Meeting; Pickering, Timothy, Jr.; Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0337] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

On Petition from Lydia Paddock. [1775-08-17] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0338] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Lydia Paddock. [1775-08-15] Paddock, Lydia; Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0338] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Oath. [1775-08-17] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0338] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report of the Committee. [1775-08-18] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0338] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report of the Committee appointed to confer with the Chief of the St. Francois Tribe. [1775-08-17] Massachusetts, House of Representatives; Sever, William. [S4-V3-p0339] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report on the Memorial from the Regiment of Militia in the County of Lincoln. [1775-08-18] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0340] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to receive Donations from the humane and charitable in this or any other Colony, for the Poor of Boston. [1775-08-16] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0340] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Clothing. [1775-08-18] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0340] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve on Petition and Remonstrance of the Overseers of the Poor of the Town of Lexington. [1775-08-18] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0341] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition and Remonstrance of the Overseers of the Poor of the Town of Lexington. [1775-08-14] Brown, Benjamin; Harrington, Jonathan; Parker, Thomas; Reed, Joshua; Parker, Thaddeus. [S4-V3-p0341] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to consider what is proper to be done for the support of the Poor of Boston, Committee to consider what is proper to be done with the Letters and other papers of the late Governour Hutchinson, and how they shall be preserved. [1775-08-18] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0341] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Josiah Jones. [1775-08-18] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0341] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Publick Credit. [1775-08-18] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0341] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve on the Petition of Edward Emerson. [1775-08-18] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0342] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Edward Emerson. [1775-08-16] Emerson, Edward; Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0342] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Hobart, Grout, and Dwight. [1775-08-18] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0342] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Jonathan Titcomb. [1775-08-18] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0342] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Jonathan Titcomb. [1775-08-04] Titcomb, Jonathan; Greenleaf, Abiel; Smith, Richard; Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0342] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Joseph and William Greenleaf. [1775-08-18] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0342] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve on the Petition of Thomas Rice and others. [1775-08-18] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0342] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Thomas Rice and others, setting forth the distressed state of the Inhabitants at the Eastward. [1775-08-15] Rice, Thomas; Sewall, Dummer; Howard, William; Jones, William; Woodbridge, Benjamin; Davis, Moses; Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0342] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Accounts. [1775-08-18] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0343] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve on the Petition of Dr. Ebenezer Marvin. [1775-08-18] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0343] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Dr. Ebenezer Marvin. [1775-08-18] Marvin, Ebenezer; Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0343] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolves on Benedict Arnold's account. [1775-08-19] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0344] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Benedict Arnold's Account of expenditures on his expedition to Ticonderoga. [1775-08-19] Arnold, Benedict; Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0344] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition. [1775-08-19] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0344] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report of the Committee on Governour Hutchinson's Letters. [1775-08-19] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0345] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report of the Committee on the Petition of Messrs. Obrian and Foster. [1775-08-19] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0346] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolves on the Petition of Benjamin Foster and Jeremiah Obrian, of Machias. [1775-08-21] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0346] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Benjamin Foster and Jeremiah Obrian, of Machias. [1775-08-21] Foster, Benjamin; Obrian, Jeremiah; Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0346] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Commissions ordered for the Officers of the two Armed Vessels fitted out by the Inhabitants of Machias, Committee to revise the Resolves relative to the Instructions to the Committee on the Clothing for the Army, Committee appointed to procure a Blanket for Lewis, the Indian Chief, directed to procure Blankets for four others. [1775-08-21] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0347] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Message. [1775-08-22] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0349] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report on the Petition of the Selectmen of Watertown. [1775-08-18] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0349] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to consider the manner of supplying the Armed Vessels with Provisions and Ammunition. [1775-08-22] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0349] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Act to confirm and establish the Resolves of the several Provincial Congresses of this Colony. [1775-08-22] Massachusetts, House of Representatives; Adams, Samuel. [S4-V3-p0350] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

William Baker. [1775-08-22] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0350] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve on the Petition of Joshua Davis. [1775-08-22] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0350] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Joshua Davis. [1775-08-22] Davis, Joshua; Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0350] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee on a Petition of Edward Emerson for permission to fit out a Privateer. [1775-08-22] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0351] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Act prescribing the form of an Oath to be taken by all Commission Officers, civil and military, of the Colony. [1775-08-22] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0352] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Message. [1775-08-22] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0353] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to make inquiry in the Colony for virgin Lead and Leaden Ore. [1775-08-22] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0353] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee on the Petition of George Armstrong, praying a reward for his bravery at Noddle's Island, and c. while a volunteer in the American Army. [1775-08-22] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0353] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Jeremiah Obrian, Commander of the armed Schooner Diligent, and of the Sloop Machias-Liberty, authorized to fit out the Vessels at the expense of the colony, Committee to repair to Swanzey, and inquire into the complaints made against Jerathmeel Bowers, a Member of this House. [1775-08-23] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0354] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve. [1775-08-23] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0355] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Hannah Goldthwait, of Boston. [1775-08-22] Goldthwait, Hannah; Spring, Marshall; Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0355] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve. [1775-08-23] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0355] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Pay Roll of the Sloop Enterprise, on Lake Champlain. [1775-07-24] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0355] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve. [1775-08-23] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0355] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Boston jail. [1775-08-23] Adams, Samuel; Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0356] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve. [1775-08-23] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0356] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Act for making and emitting Bills of Publick Credit, to the amount of One Hundred Thousand Pounds, lawful money. [1775-08-23] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0357] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Refuge. [1775-08-23] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0359] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to apply themselves diligently to the manufacturing of Saltpetre for the space of three months. [1775-08-23] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0359] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Ebenezer Briggs. [1775-08-24] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0360] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolves. [1775-08-24] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0360] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of the Armourers employed in the service of the Colony. [1775-07-18] Guilliam, Benjamin; Marriner, Benjamin; Liscom, Samuel; Steele, John; Wade, Obed; Dunbar, Seth; Whitney, Caleb; Steele, John, Jr.; Steele, Reuben; Blasdell, Jonathan; Cole, Daniel; Badger, Obed; Eaton, Isaiah; Mountfort, Benjamin; Kenney, Samuel; Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0360] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to sign the Bills of Credit to be issued, Vessels permitted to go on Whaling Voyages under certain restrictions. [1775-08-24] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0360] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolves of the Petition from the Selectmen of the Town of Wareham. [1775-08-24] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0362] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition from the Selectmen of the Town of Wareham. [1775-08-21] Briggs, Ebenezer; Savery, Samuel; Fearing, Noah; Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0362] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Memorial. [1775-08-24] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0362] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to receive and distribute Donations for the Poor of Boston. [1775-08-24] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0362] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition. [1775-08-24] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0362] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Instructions to the Committee appointed to prepare Accounts of the sums disbursed by this Colony, in the present contest with Great Britain. [1775-08-24] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0363] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition and Pay-Roll. [1775-08-24] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0363] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Outstanding Monies. [1775-08-24] Farley, Michael; Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0364] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolves. [1775-08-24] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0364] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Lydia Paddock. [1775-08-24] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0364] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolves on the Petition of Timothy Edwards and Sam'l Brown. [1775-08-24] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0365] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Timothy Edwards and Sam'l Brown. [1775-08-16] Edwards, Timothy; Brown, Samuel, Jr.; Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0365] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Adjourned to Wednesday, the 20th day of September next. [1775-08-24] Massachusetts, House of Representatives. [S4-V3-p0366] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Convention met at Richmond, List of the Delegates, Peyton Randolph elected President, and John Tazewell, Clerk, Rev. Miles Solden appointed Chaplain. [1775-07-17] Virginia, Convention. [S4-V3-p0365] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petitions from William Preston, Surveyor of Fincastle County, and from the Committee for Fincastle County, relative to the Surveys made under a Proclamation of Lord Dunmore. [1775-07-18] Virginia, Convention. [S4-V3-p0367] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to bring in an Ordinance for raising and embodying, immediately, an armed force sufficient for the defence and protection of the Colony. [1775-07-19] Virginia, Convention. [S4-V3-p0368] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from James Wood on the subject of Indian affairs, proceedings at a Treaty with the Indians at Pittsburgh, and c., presented, read, and referred. [1775-07-21] Virginia, Convention. [S4-V3-p0368] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Richard Bland, one of the Members, complaining that certain scandalous and false reports against him were in circulation, requested an inquiry. [1775-07-22] Virginia, Convention. [S4-V3-p0369] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Exportation of Provisions of any kind prohibited, after the 5th day of August next. [1775-07-24] Virginia, Convention. [S4-V3-p0369] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Memorial from the Committee for the County of Chesterfield presented, and referred to the Committee on embodying an armed Force, Thanks to the Committee on the Western Waters of Augusta, for their great prudence in conducting the Treaty and securing the important Fort at Pittsburgh. [1775-07-25] Virginia, Convention. [S4-V3-p0369] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Election of Colonel Adam Stephen, a Delegate from Berkeley County, set aside as irregular, Letter from Onconostota, the great Indian Warrior, presented, and referred to the committee of the Whole on the state of the Colony. [1775-07-27] Virginia, Convention. [S4-V3-p0370] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Examination of the witnesses in the case of Mr. Bland, and the reports against him declared utterly false and groundless, Proceedings of the Convention relative to Mr. Bland to be sent to the Continental Congress and to Arthur Lee, in London, Letter from the Officers of the Volunteer Companies in Williamsburgh, informing the Convention they have taken means to secure all the Moneys in the hands of the Receiver-General, Naval Officers, and other Collectors for His Majesty, Their Resolutions disapproved by the Convention, and they are requested not to carry them into execution. [1775-07-28] Virginia, Convention. [S4-V3-p0371] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committees in the several Counties requested to purchase all the Salpetre and Sulphur which may be had. [1775-07-29] Virginia, Convention. [S4-V3-p0372] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

July 31st. [1775-07-31] Virginia, Convention. [S4-V3-p0372] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Remonstrance from the Merchants of Norfolk against the Resolution stopping the exportation of Provisions on the 5th of August. [1775-08-01] Virginia, Convention. [S4-V3-p0372] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition from the Committee for Norfolk Borough, informing of the arrival of Troops from St. Augustine, Letter from the Volunteer Companies of Williamsburgh, requesting some certain line for their conduct may be laid down. [1775-08-03] Virginia, Convention. [S4-V3-p0373] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolutions on the Petition and Remonstrance of the Merchants of Norfolk, Comittees for each County in the Colony, except Accomack and Northampton, requested to appoint Officers and raise a Company of fifty men, Five hundred effective Men to be sent for the protection of Norfolk and Portsmouth. [1775-08-04] Virginia, Convention. [S4-V3-p0373] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Persons hereafter accepting any office of profit under the Crown disqualified from sitting in the Convention, the General Congress, Council of Safety, or County Committee, The same disqualification extended to persons who accept commissions in the regular Forces to be raised in Verginia during their continuance in such office, Colonels for the First, Second, and Third Regiments chosen, The zeal of the Williamsburgh Volunteers applauded, and they are recommended to keep themselves on the defensive. [1775-08-05] Virginia, Convention. [S4-V3-p0374] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

John Nearill directed to march with his Company of one hundred men, and take possession of Fort Pitt. [1775-08-07] Virginia, Convention. [S4-V3-p0376] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Maryland Convention: They will not pass a Resolution similar to that passed by this Convention, on the 24th day of July last, prohibiting the exportation of all Provisions, Resolution of July 24th repealed and rescinded, Ordinance for embodying Forces for the defence of the Colony presented, read twice, and committed. [1775-08-08] Virginia, Convention. [S4-V3-p0376] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

August 9th. [1775-08-09] Virginia, Convention. [S4-V3-p0376] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Memorial from Charles Duncan, of the Town of Blandford, merchant, Volunteer Company of Brunswick County required to desist from the prosecution of their measures against Mr. Duncan. [1775-08-10] Virginia, Convention. [S4-V3-p0377] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Thanks to the Deputies of this Colony in the late Continental Congress, Seven Deputies elected to represent the Colony in the General Congress for one year. [1775-08-11] Virginia, Convention. [S4-V3-p0378] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Richard Bland declined accepting the appointment of Deputry to the General Congress, Ordinance for regulating the election of Delegates, and c., presented, read twice, and committed, Resolution directing the County Committees to appoint Officers, and enlist fifty men in each County, rescinded. [1775-08-12] Virginia, Convention. [S4-V3-p0379] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committees of Williamsburgh, York, and James City, desired to resist any attempt of Lord Dunmore to land Armed Troops in their neighbourhood. [1775-08-14] Virginia, Convention. [S4-V3-p0381] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

All persons desired to forbear purchasing or accepting grants of Land under the late instructions from the Governour, and all Surveyors directed to make no surveys, Francis Lightfoot Lee chosen a Deputry to the General Congress, in place of Mr. Bland. [1775-08-15] Virginia, Convention. [S4-V3-p0382] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address from the Baptists in the Colony, presented and read, Commanding Officers of Regiments directed to permit dissenting Clerygmen to celebrate divine worship and to preach to the Soldiers. [1775-08-16] Virginia, Convention. [S4-V3-p0383] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Robert Carter Nicholas chosen Speaker, Committee of Safety elected, William Woodford appointed Colonel of the Second Regiment, in place of Thomas Nelson, who declined accepting, Lieutenant-Colonels and Majors for the First and Second Regiments appointed, Thomas Bullitt appointed Adjutant-General. [1775-08-17] Virginia, Convention. [S4-V3-p0384] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

August 18th. [1775-08-18] Virginia, Convention. [S4-V3-p0386] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Ordinance for appointing a Committee of Safety, for encouraging the making of Saltpetre, and c., and for establishing a General Test, presented, read twice, and committed. [1775-08-19] Virginia, Convention. [S4-V3-p0386] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Ordinance for embodying a Force for the defence of the Colony passed, Ordinance for governing the Forces raised in Virginia passed. [1775-08-21] Virginia, Convention. [S4-V3-p0387] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Courts at Staunton and Pittsburgh directed to proceed in all matters relating to keeping the peace, and in all criminal matters, as if they were distinct Courts. [1775-08-22] Virginia, Convention. [S4-V3-p0387] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of the Freeholders and Inhabitants of the County of Chesterfield, praying, for the reasons therein stated, that the Committee for that County may be dissolved and a new one chosen. [1775-08-23] Virginia, Convention. [S4-V3-p0388] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Ordinance appointing a Committee of Safety passed. [1775-08-24] Virginia, Convention. [S4-V3-p0389] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Ordinance for the election of Delegates, and c., passed, Ordinance for establishing a General Test postponed to the next Convention. [1775-08-25] Virginia, Convention. [S4-V3-p0389] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of sundry Merchants and others, natives of Great Britain, and resident in the Colony, presented. [1775-08-25] Virginia, Convention. [S4-V3-p0391] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committees and all others requested to treat the natives of Great Britain resident here, and not enemies to the cause of America, with lenity and friendship. [1775-08-25] Virginia, Convention. [S4-V3-p0392] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

The next Convention directed to meet in Richmond. [1775-08-26] Virginia, Convention. [S4-V3-p0392] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Form of a Commission for the Colonel of the First Regiment and Commander-in-Chief of the Regular Forces, Commission to a Colonel of Minute-Men, Commission to a County Lieutenant. [1775-08-26] Virginia, Convention. [S4-V3-p0393] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Ordinance to encourage the making of Saltpetre, and c., passed, Otway Byrd, having resigned his provision and prospects in the British Navy, particularly recommended to the attention of General Washington. [1775-08-26] Virginia, Convention. [S4-V3-p0394] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Declaration presented to the Convention, maturely considered, and unanimously agreed to. [1775-08-26] Nicholas, Robert C.; Tazewell, John; Virginia, Convention. [S4-V3-p0396] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Ordinances passed by the Convention -- An Ordinance for raising and embodying a sufficient Force for the defence of the Colony. [1775-08] Virginia, Convention. [S4-V3-p0397] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Ordinances passed by the Convention -- An Ordinance for the better government of the Forces to be raised and employed in the service of the Colony and Dominion of Virginia. [1775-08] Virginia, Convention. [S4-V3-p0411] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Ordinances passed by the Convention -- An Ordinance appointing a Committee of Safety, for the more effectual carrying into execution the several Rules and Regulations established by this Convention for the protection of this Colony. [1775-08] Virginia, Convention. [S4-V3-p0418] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Ordinances passed by the Convention -- An Ordinance for regulating the Election of Delegates, and ascertaining their allowances, and also for regulating the Election of Committee-Men in the several Counties and Corporations within this Colony, and for other purposes therein mentioned. [1775-08] Virginia, Convention. [S4-V3-p0420] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Ordinances passed by the Convention -- An Ordinance for appointing Commissioners to settle the Accounts of the Militia lately drawn out into actual service, and for making provision to pay the same, as well as the expense for raising and providing for the Forces and Minute-Men directed to be embodied for the defence of the Colony. [1775-08] Virginia, Convention. [S4-V3-p0424] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Ordinances passed by the Convention -- An Ordinance for providing Arms and Ammunition for the use of the Colony. [1775-08] Virginia, Convention. [S4-V3-p0429] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Ordinances passed by the Convention -- An Ordinance for paying the expenses of the Delegates from this Colony to the General Congress. [1775-08] Virginia, Convention. [S4-V3-p0430] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolutions of the London Association. [1775-08-25] London Association; Joel, Thomas. [S4-V3-p0431] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Walter Chambre, of White-Haven, in England, declared an enemy to American Liberty by the Norfolk Committee. [1775-08-25] Virginia, Norfolk Borough Committee; Davies, William. [S4-V3-p0431] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Thomas Jefferson to John Randolph. [1775-08-25] Jefferson, Thomas. [S4-V3-p0431] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Charles Thomson requested to replace the ton of Powder lent some time since, for the courthouse service. [1775-08-25] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0557] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to the Committee of Suffolk County. [1775-08-25] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0554] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-York Congress to Governour Trumbull. Will make every exertion to get Tents, but it is not probable they can provide sufficient for the Northern Army. [1775-08-25] New-York, Congress; Livingston, Peter Van Brugh. [S4-V3-p0432] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from an Officer at Ticonderoga to his Friend in New-York. About twelve hundred men are there under General Montgomery, who is making preparations to move immediately for St. John's. A French Gentleman from Canada says a large part of the Canadians will join the Americans, on their arrival. [1775-08-25] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0433] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Another Letter from an Officer at Ticonderoga to his Friend in New-York. [1775-08-25] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0434] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Information communicated to General Montgomery by Peter Griffin, on the 25th of August, at Ticonderoga. [1775-08-25] Griffen, Peter. [S4-V3-p0670] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Huntington to Governour Trumbull. [1775-08-25] Huntington, Jedediah, Colonel. [S4-V3-p0434] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Virginia Committee of Safety requires the several Committees in the Colony to deliver the Publick Arms collected by them to the Captains of the Regular Troops. [1775-08-26] Virginia, Committee of Safety; Pendleton, John, Jr.. [S4-V3-p0435] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from a Member of the Continental Congress to a Gentleman in London. If the Ministry do not soon see the policy of placing the Colonies where they were in 1763, the Congress will probably open all our Ports to foreign Powers next winter. [1775-08-26] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0435] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Pennsylvania Committee of Safety to the New-York Congress. Have forwarded a ton of Powder from a small additional supply received this morning. [1775-08-26] Pennsylvania, Committee of Safety; Franklin, Benjamin. [S4-V3-p0436] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Joseph Johnson, a Mohegan Indian, to the New-York Congress. [1775-08-26] Johnson, Joseph. [S4-V3-p0436] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Militia Officers chosen in Newburgh Precinct, Orange County, New-York. [1775-08-26] New-York, Newburgh Committee of Correspondence and Observation; Higby, Moses; Coleman, Joseph. [S4-V3-p0438] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers chosen in Northeast precinct, Dutchess County, New-York. [1775-08-26] New-York, Dutchess County, Northeast Precinct Companies; Graham, Morris; Rea, Hugh; Stewart, William; Graham, Augustine; Wilson, Daniel; Orr, Hugh; Morehouse, George. [S4-V3-p0438] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Walter Livingston to the New-York Congress. [1775-08-26] Livingston, Walter. [S4-V3-p0439] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolutions by the Committee of Tryon County to the New-York Congress. Request directions how to proceed in cases of debts, tresspasses, etc.. [1775-09-06] New-York, Tryon County Committee. [S4-V3-p0880] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee for Tryon County to the New-York Congress, Request directions how to proceed in cases of debts, trespasses, and c.. [1775-08-26] New-York, Tryon County Committee; Herkimer, Nicholas. [Spelling variants of Herkimer include: Herchkeimer and Herckheimer.] [S4-V3-p0439] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Field-Officers, Captains, and Subalterns appointed by the Committee for Tryon County, New-York. [1775-08-26] New-York, Tryon County Committee; Herkimer, Nicholas. [Spelling variants of Herkimer include: Herchkeimer and Herckheimer.] [S4-V3-p0440] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Wooster to the New-York Congress, informing them of the movements of the British Armed Vessels. [1775-08-27] Wooster, David, General. [S4-V3-p0441] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to General Washington. Has met the Indians at Albany, who declared their intentions to remain neuter, and hoped we would not desire more of them. Governour Carleton and his agents are exerting themselves to get the Savages to act against us. The intelligence from Canada leaves no doubt of the propriety of going there. [1775-08-27] Schuyler, Philip, Major-General. [S4-V3-p0442] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to Samuel Stringer, appointing him Director of the Hospital for the Northern Army. [1775-08-27] Schuyler, Philip, Major-General. [S4-V3-p0443] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolutions of the Committee for Newbern, North-Carolina on the Proclamation by Governour Martin, of the 8th of August. [1775-08-28] North-Carolina, Newbern Committee; Green, John; Sitgreaves, J.. [S4-V3-p0443] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Norfolk Committee. [1775-08-28] Virginia, Norfolk Borough Committee; Davies, William. [S4-V3-p0444] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Concession of Charles Neilson to Committee for Middlesex County, Virginia. [1775-08-28] Neilson, Charles; Virginia, Middlesex County Committee; Jones, Lodowick. [S4-V3-p0444] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Captain Lamb to the New-York Congress, declining his appointment, in consequence of a new arrangement in regard to his Company. [1775-08-28] Lamb, John, Captain. [S4-V3-p0445] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Samuel Burling. [1775-08-28] Burling, Samuel. [S4-V3-p0445] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Benjamin Lindsay. [1775-08-30] Lindsay, Benjamin. [S4-V3-p0445] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letters from sundry Merchants in New-York to the Provincial Congress, for permission to load Vessels for foreign ports. [1775-08-28] Stewart, James; Stewart, Alexander. [S4-V3-p0445] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letters from sundry Merchants in New-York to the Provincial Congress, for permission to load Vessels for foreign ports. [1775-08-28] Pearschfield, V.. [S4-V3-p0445] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letters from sundry Merchants in New-York to the Provincial Congress, for permission to load Vessels for foreign ports. [1775-08-28] Remsen, Henry; Reade, Jonathan. [S4-V3-p0446] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from sundry Merchants in New-York to the Provincial Congress, for permission to load Vessels for foreign ports. [1775-08-28] McEvers, Charles. [S4-V3-p0446] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from sundry Merchants in New-York to the Provincial Congress, for permission to load Vessels for foreign ports. [1775-08-28] Sansom, Murray; Rhinelander, Frederick. [S4-V3-p0446] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from sundry Merchants in New-York to the Provincial Congress, for permission to load Vessels for foreign ports. [1775-08-28] Buchannan, Walter; Buchannan, Thomas. [S4-V3-p0446] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from sundry Merchants in New-York to the Provincial Congress, for permission to load Vessels for foreign ports. [1775-08-28] Beekman, G. W.; Beekman, D.; Lowe, C. P.. [S4-V3-p0447] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letters from sundry Merchants in New-York to the Provincial Congress, for permission to load Vessels for foreign ports. [1775-08-29] Malcom, William. [S4-V3-p0447] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letters from sundry Merchants in New-York to the Provincial Congress, for permission to load Vessels for foreign ports. [1775-08-29] De Peyster, Abraham. [S4-V3-p0447] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Philip Cortlandt to the New-York Congress, informing them of the destitute condition of the Troops arrived at Albany to join the Army for Canada. There are but thirty guns fit for service in four Companies. [1775-08-28] Cortlandt, Philip, Colonel. [S4-V3-p0447] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Meeting of the Council of Safety of Maryland at Annapolis, Resolutions adopted for procuring Fire-Arms and Gunpowder, and to encourage the making of Salt, Saltpetre, and c., Aug. 29. [1775-08-29] Maryland, Council of Safety. [S4-V3-p0448] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Maryland Council of Safety, August 30th. [1775-08-30] Maryland, Council of Safety. [S4-V3-p0448] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Maryland, Council of Safety, August 31st. [1775-08-31] Maryland, Council of Safety. [S4-V3-p0449] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Maryland, Council of Safety, August 31st. [1775-09-01] Jenings, Thomas; Maryland, Council of Safety. [S4-V3-p0449] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Maryland, Council of Safety, August 31. [1775-08-31] Maryland, Council of Safety. [S4-V3-p0449] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Maryland, Council of Safety, August 31st. [1775-08-31] Maryland, Council of Safety; Duvall, G.. [S4-V3-p0449] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Benjamin Franklin to the New-York Congress. [1775-08-29] Franklin, Benjamin. [S4-V3-p0450] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Bergen County (New-Jersey) Committee appoint a County Committee of Safety, and require all male persons coming there to comply with the Militia Regulations, or to leave the County. [1775-08-29] New-Jersey, Bergen County Committee of Correspondence; Fell, John. [S4-V3-p0450] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Jonathan Trumbull, Junior, to the New-York Congress: Cannot advance the money to Colonel Holmes, as they request. [1775-08-29] Trumbull, Jonathan, Jr.. [S4-V3-p450 ] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of John Candell to the New-York Congress. [1775-08-29] Candell, John. [S4-V3-p0451] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Albany Committee to the New-York Congress. [1775-08-29] New-York, Albany Committee of Safety, Correspondence, and Protection; Yates, Abraham, Jr.. [S4-V3-p0451] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Van Schaick to the New-York Congress, representing the distressed condition of the Troops at Albany for the Northern Army, they have received neither Arms, Tents, Clothing, nor Pay. There is scarce anything to be heard in the Camp but mutinies. [1775-08-29] Van Schaick, Goose, Colonel. [S4-V3-p0451] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Major Livingston to the New-York Congress. [1775-08-29] Livingston, Henry, Jr., Major. [S4-V3-p0452] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Town-Meeting at Providence, Rhode-Island. Officers for the Battery at Fox-Hill appointed, and other regulations adopted. [1775-08-29] Rhode-Island, Providence Town Meeting. [S4-V3-p0452] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Wooster to General Washington. Advises that the three Companies raised on the east end of Long-Island be permitted to remain there, if they are drawn off, two hundred men might ravage the country. [1775-08-29] Wooster, David, General. [S4-V3-p0453] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Jedediah Strong to Governour Trumbull. [1775-08-29] Strong, Jedediah. [S4-V3-p0454] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee at Lyme, Connecticut, to Governour Trumbull, requesting, in consequence of their exposed situation, one or two Companies of Soldiers may be sent for their protection. [1775-08-29] Connecticut, Lyme Committee of Inspection; Mather, Joseph. [S4-V3-p0454] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to Richard Henry Lee. Recommends the appointment of Officers, now the Army is become Continental, should be by authority of the Congress, and not by the separate Colonies, as it now is, the Officers will be confined to the four New-England Governments. There are but one hundred and eighty-nine barrels of Powder for the Army, not enough to give twenty-five Musket Cartridges to each man. [1775-08-29] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0455] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Burwell Bassett to General Washington. [1775-08-30] Bassett, B.. [S4-V3-p0456] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Declaration by William Henry Drayton to the People of Ninety-Six District, postponing a meeting he had called for that District, and advising all persons to desist following the counsels of Moses Kirkland. [1775-08-30] Drayton, William Henry. [S4-V3-p0456] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of Safety in New Jersey. [1775-08-30] New-Jersey, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0457] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Council of Safety of New-Jersey direct the Minute-Men of the Province, for the sake of distinction and convenience, to adopt Hunting-Frocks as their uniform. [1775-08-31] New-Jersey, Committee of Safety; Paterson, William. [S4-V3-p0457] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from P. De Witt to Peter V. B. Livingston. Boldness of the Tories in Dutchman County. Men have been enlisted there and taken to the Ships of War at New-York for the Ministerial service. Shows the necessity of putting them down at once. [1775-08-30] De Witt, P.. [S4-V3-p0457] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings of the Committee of Cornwall Precinct, in Orange County, New York, on the conduct of Captain Phineas Rumsey. [1775-08-30] New-York, Cornwall Committee. [S4-V3-p0459] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Cornwall Committee. [1775-08-31] New-York, Cornwall Committee; Moffat, Thomas. [S4-V3-p0459] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Gunning Bedford to the Continental Congress. The Connecticut Troops at Ticonderoga refuse to be mustered by him. [1775-08-30] Bedford, Gunning. [S4-V3-p0460] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Cooke to General Washington. The Armed Vessel of the Colony could not be sent on the expedition to Bermuda without the authority of the Assembly, and, from the nature of the business, deemed it not advisable to lay it before them, a Committee will act upon it to-day. A Vessel with Powder, and c., has arrived. [1775-08-30] Cooke, Nicholas, Governour of Rhode-Island. [S4-V3-p0461] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from G. Saltonstall to Governour Trumbull. Stonington was attacked yesterday by a Man-of- War. [1775-08-30] Saltonstall, G., Colonel. [S4-V3-p0461] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to the New-York Congress. Has heard of an arrival at New-York of a large quantity of Powder, and requests that whatever can be spared may be sent immediately, the situation of the Army is such that a supply is indispensably necessary. [1775-08-30] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0462] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings of the People of Worcester in regard to Dr. Nahum Willard. [1775-08-30] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0462] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Dr. Willard's Confession. [1775-08-21] Willard, Nahum; Flagg, Benjamin; Miller, Samuel; Bigelow, David; Peirce, Josiah; Stone, Jonathan. [S4-V3-p0463] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Notice to the Freeholders of Anne Arundel County to meet for the election of a Committee of Observation for one year. [1775-08-31] Maryland, Anne Arundel County Freeholders. [S4-V3-p0463] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Notice to the Freeholders of York County, Pennsylvania, to meet for the election of a County Committee. [1775-08-31] Pennsylvania, York County Freeholders; Smith, James. [S4-V3-p0463] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Moderate Political Hints, by S. Sp. Skinner, of New-York. [1775-08-31] Skinner, S. Sp.. [S4-V3-p0463] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Abraham Lott to the New-York Congress, with a Return of the Provisions he has furnished to His Majesty's Ships by permission of the Provincial Congress. [1775-08-31] Lott, Abraham. [S4-V3-p0465] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee for Suffolk County to the New-York Congress. They cannot protect the stock on the east end of the Island from the ravages of the enemy, when the Troops are withdrawn. [1775-08-31] New-York, Suffolk County Committee; Smith, William. [S4-V3-p0465] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Westchester County. [1775-08-31] New-York, Westchester County Committee; Drake, Gilbert. [S4-V3-p0466] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee for Dutchess County, New-York, to their Deputies in the Provincial Congress. Some of the disaffected have enlisted men for the enemy, and threaten to carry off some of those who have been active for the Country. [1775-08-31] New-York, Dutchess County Committee. [S4-V3-p0466] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from a Gentleman at Ticonderoga to his Friend in New-York. General Montgomery has embarked with twelve hundred men for the Isle-aux-Noix. [1775-08-31] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0467] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to General Washington. Will leave Ticonderoga for Isle-aux-Noix this evening, and expects to have a force there of two thousand in five days. Is still of opinion that the Canadians and Indians will be friendly. [1775-08-31] Schuyler, Philip, Major-General. [S4-V3-p0467] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

James Livingston to General Schuyler. [1775-08] Livingston, James. [S4-V3-p0468] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Schuyler to Governour Trumbull. [1775-08-31] Schuyler, Philip, Major-General. [S4-V3-p0469] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extract of a Letter from New-London. [1775-08-31] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0470] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Jabez Huntington to Governour Trumbull. [1775-08-31] Huntington, Jabez, Colonel. [S4-V3-p0470] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Saltonstall to Colonel Huntington, giving an account of the attack on Stonington by the British. [1775-08-31] Saltonstall, G., Colonel. [S4-V3-p0470] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Saltonstall to Governour Trumbull. [1775-08-31] Saltonstall, G., Colonel. [S4-V3-p0471] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Saltonstall to the Committee for Lyme, in Connecticut. [1775-08-31] Saltonstall, G., Colonel. [S4-V3-p0472] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Liberty Tree, in Boston, cut down a few days ago, by a party headed by one Job Williams. [1775-08-31] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0472] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from an Officer in the Army at Cambridge, giving an account of their taking possession of Ploughed-Hill. [1775-08-31] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0472] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Commissioners meet the Indians at German Flats, Speech delivered to the Indians by Col. Turbutt Francis, one of the Commissioners. [1775-08-15] Northern Department, Commissioners for Transacting Indian Affairs; Francis, Turbutt, Colonel; Six Nations Representatives; Kanaghquaesa, William (Oneida). [S4-V3-p0473] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Reply of the Indians, delievered by Tiahogwando (Onondaga), on Onondaga Sachem, Answer of Colonel Francis, Reply of Abraham, a Mohawk Sachem, Further Address from the Onondaga Sachem, who wishes the Treaty to be at the council fire in Albany, Reply by Colonel Francis, who agrees to meet them in Albany, and to provide Provisions for them on the way. [1775-08-16] Northern Department, Commissioners for Transacting Indian Affairs; Francis, Turbutt, Colonel; Six Nations Representatives; Tiahogwando (Onondaga); Abraham (Mohawk). [S4-V3-p0474] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Commissioners meet at Albany, Letter from the Commissioners to the Albany Committee, inviting them to join in a complimentary visit to the Indians, Letter from the Albany Committee, accepting the invitation. [1775-08-23] New-York, Albany Committee of Safety, Correspondence, and Protection; Northern Department, Commissioners for Transacting Indian Affairs; Schuyler, Philip, Major-General; Francis, Turbutt, Colonel; Douw, Volkert P.; Yates, Abraham, Jr.; Six Nations Representatives; Kanaghquaesa, William (Oneida). [S4-V3-p0475] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Preliminary Conference with the Indians, held at Cartwright's, on the request of a Deputation from the Sachems. [1775-08-24] Northern Department, Commissioners for Transacting Indian Affairs; Schuyler, Philip, Major-General; Francis, Turbutt, Colonel; Wolcott, Oliver, Colonel. [S4-V3-p0476] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Commissioners to the Albany Committee, requesting their attendance. [1775-08-24] Northern Department, Commissioners for Transacting Indian Affairs; Schuyler, Philip, Major-General; Francis, Turbutt, Colonel; Douw, Volkert P.; Wolcott, Oliver, Colonel. [S4-V3-p0477] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter Received by the Albany Committee. [1775-08-25] Northern Department, Commissioners for Transacting Indian Affairs; New-York, Albany Committee of Safety, Correspondence, and Protection; Tilghman, Tench. [S4-V3-p0477] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Speech of Senghnagenrat (Oneida), an Oneida Chief, addressed to the Albany Committee, Reply of the Committee, who promise to answer the Speech, after they have transacted their business with the Commissioners, Treaty with the Commissioners opened with a Speech by the Oneida Sachem, Address of the Commissioners. [1775-08-25] Six Nations Representatives; Senghnagenrat (Oneida); Northern Department, Commissioners for Transacting Indian Affairs; Schuyler, Philip, Major-General; Francis, Turbutt, Colonel; Douw, Volkert P.; New-York, Albany Committee of Safety, Correspondence, and Protection; Livingston, Walter; Van Rensselaer, Jeremiah; Stringer, Samuel. [S4-V3-p0477] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Commissioners continued. [1775-08-26] Six Nations Representatives; Northern Department, Commissioners for Transacting Indian Affairs; Schuyler, Philip, Major-General; Francis, Turbutt, Colonel; Douw, Volkert P.; New-York, Albany Committee of Safety, Correspondence, and Protection. [S4-V3-p0480] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address concluded. [1775-08-28] Six Nations Representatives; Kanaghquaesa, William (Oneida); Northern Department, Commissioners for Transacting Indian Affairs; Schuyler, Philip, Major-General; Francis, Turbutt, Colonel; Douw, Volkert P.; New-York, Albany Committee of Safety, Correspondence, and Protection; Continental Congress; Livingston, Robert. [S4-V3-p0482] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Reply of the Indians, delivered by Abraham, a Mohawk Sachem, Speech by the Onondaga Sachem. [1775-08-31] Six Nations Representatives; Abraham (Mohawk); Tiahogwando (Onondaga); Northern Department, Commissioners for Transacting Indian Affairs; Wolcott, Oliver, Colonel; Francis, Turbutt, Colonel; Douw, Volkert P.; New-York, Albany Committee of Safety, Correspondence, and Protection. [S4-V3-p0484] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Answer of the Commissioners to the Speech delivered yesterday by the Indians, Speech of Capt. Solomon, a Chief of the Stockbridge Indians, and Reply of the Commissioners, Treaty concluded, and the Indians informed they would receive their presents tomorrow. [1775-09-01] Northern Department, Commissioners for Transacting Indian Affairs; Francis, Turbutt, Colonel; Wolcott, Oliver, Colonel; Douw, Volkert P.; Uhhaunauwaunmut, Solomon, Captain (Stockbridge). [S4-V3-p0488] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

September 1st. [1775-09-01] Francis, Turbutt, Colonel; Wolcott, Oliver, Colonel; Douw, Volkert P.; Tilghman, Tench. [S4-V3-p0489] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

September 1st. [1775-09-01] Northern Department, Commissioners for Transacting Indian Affairs; Francis, Turbutt, Colonel; Wolcott, Oliver, Colonel; Douw, Volkert P.; Tilghman, Tench. [S4-V3-p0489] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Albany Committee met the Indians, and, in presence of the Commissioners, answered their speech, made on the 25th of August, Reply of the Indians by Abraham, Chief of the Mohawks. [1775-09-02] Six Nations Representatives; Abraham (Mohawk); Northern Department, Commissioners for Transacting Indian Affairs; New-York, Albany Committee of Safety, Correspondence, and Protection; Yates, Abraham, Jr.. [S4-V3-p0490] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to the Commissioners, informing them of the killing of two Indians, in Canada, by a party under the command of Captain Baker, and requesting them to explain the whole affair to the Indians. [1775-08-31] Schuyler, Philip, Major-General. [S4-V3-p0493] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Turbutt Francis to John Hancock. [1775-09-06] Francis, Turbutt, Colonel. [S4-V3-p0494] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Volkert P. Douw, one of the Commissioners, to the President of Congress. [1775-09-06] Douw, Volkert P.. [S4-V3-p0494] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Speech of the Commissioners to the Indians, in consequence of General Schuyler's letter, Answer of the Indians, Their Speech to the Caughnawagas, sent by four Chiefs of the Six Nations. [1775-09] Six Nations Representatives; Northern Department, Commissioners for Transacting Indian Affairs. [S4-V3-p0494] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Appoint Mr. Dean to go to Onondaga. [1775-09-03] New-York, Albany Committee of Safety, Correspondence, and Protection. [S4-V3-p0496] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Journal of the Proceedings of the four Indians sent by the Commissioners of Indian Affairs to the Caughnawagas. [1775-09-30] Northern Department, Commissioners for Transacting Indian Affairs. [S4-V3-p1275] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Captains appointed for the several Armed Boats now building. [1775-08-01] Pennsylvania, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0495] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

August 2nd. [1775-08-02] Pennsylvania, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0495] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to purchase twenty-eight tons of Cannon Ball, Memorial from the Committee for the County of Philadelphia, and the Officers of the several Battalions, presented, read, and agreed to be considered, Committee to prepare Rules and Regulations for the government of the Associators of this Province, Two letters presented, stating the Board of Commissioners and Assessors, of Bucks County, had refused to raise the three hundred stand of Arms required of them, Board of Commissioners and Assessors required to appear before the Council on Wednesday, the 9th instant. [1775-08-03] Pennsylvania, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0495] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

The preceding Resolve reconsidered. [1775-08-04] Pennsylvania, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0497] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

August 5th. [1775-08-05] Pennsylvania, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0497] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

August 8th. [1775-08-08] Pennsylvania, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0497] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Twenty-two hundred pounds of Powder ordered to be sent to General Schuyler. [1775-08-09] Pennsylvania, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0497] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to import fifty tons of Lead. [1775-08-10] Pennsylvania, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0498] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

August 11th. [1775-08-11] Pennsylvania, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0498] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Major French and two other Birtish officers arrived in the Ship Hope, from Cork, arrested and required to give Paroles. [1775-08-12] Pennsylvania, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0499] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Goods Imported. [1775-08-12] Pennsylvania, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0499] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

August 14th. [1775-08-14] Pennsylvania, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0500] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

August 15th. [1775-08-15] Pennsylvania, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0500] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

August 16th. [1775-08-16] Pennsylvania, Committee of Safety; French, Christopher, Major. [S4-V3-p0501] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

August 17th. [1775-08-17] Pennsylvania, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0501] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

August 18th. [1775-08-18] Pennsylvania, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0501] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

August 19th. [1775-08-19] Pennsylvania, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0501] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Regulations for the Associators in Pennsylvania. [1775-08-19] Pennsylvania, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0502] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

August 21st. [1775-08-21] Pennsylvania, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0504] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

August 22nd. [1775-08-22] Pennsylvania, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0505] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

August 23rd. [1775-08-23] Pennsylvania, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0505] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

August 24th. [1775-08-24] Pennsylvania, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0505] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

August 25th. [1775-08-25] Pennsylvania, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0506] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

August 26th. [1775-08-26] Pennsylvania, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0506] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Rules for establishing rank or precedence amongst the Pennsylvania Associators. [1775-08-26] Continental Congress; Pennsylvania, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0506] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter received from Henry Tucker, Chairman of the Deputies of the several Parishes of Bermuda, with an Account for eleven hundred and eighty-two pounds of Powder, shipped by him. [1775-08-26] Pennsylvania, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0510] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Form of Commission for the Officers of the Armed Boats. [1775-08-26] Pennsylvania, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0510] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Recommendation to the Associators to make use of Pikes. [1775-08-26] Pennsylvania, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0510] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Two thousand pounds of Powder sent to the Provincial Congress of New-York. [1775-08-28] Pennsylvania, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0511] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Articles for the government of the Officers and Men to be employed on board the Provincial Armed Boats. [1775-08-29] Pennsylvania, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0511] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Robert Pomeroy and Nathan Boyce appointed Lieutenants of the Armed Boats. [1775-08-29] Pennsylvania, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0513] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Captain Moore, of the Experiment, appointed to command the Armed Boat Effingham. [1775-08-30] Pennsylvania, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0514] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Dr. Franklin, informing that he had ordered the Powder, on the way to New-York, to return back, Seal for the Committee of Safety, Two Brass Patereroes to be provided for each of the Armed Boats. [1775-08-31] Pennsylvania, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0514] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

The Congress met according to adjournment, The Receiver-General required to issue Notes for Eight Thousand Pounds, not bearing any interest. [1775-08-22] New-Hampshire, Provincial Congress. [S4-V3-p0515] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Josiah Bartlett appointed a Delegate to the Continental Congress, Committee to draw up Instructions for the Delegates to the Continental Congress, All men in the Colony, from sixteen to fifty years of age, ordered to be formed into Regiments and Companies, Six Shillings per day, for his service in Congress, and two Pence per mile, for travelling to and from this Congress, to be paid to each Member, Field-Officers for twelve Regiments appointed, Committee of Safety directed to fortify Piscataqua Harbor, Committee to try Owen Orke, arrested by a warrant from the Congress, for stealing. [1775-08-23] New-Hampshire, Provincial Congress. [S4-V3-p0515] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Pay of Members fixed at Five Shillings per day. [1775-08-25] New-Hampshire, Provincial Congress. [S4-V3-p0517] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

August 26th. [1775-08-26] New-Hampshire, Provincial Congress. [S4-V3-p0518] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

August 28th. [1775-08-28] New-Hampshire, Provincial Congress. [S4-V3-p0518] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of Safety authorized to raise and equip such Forces as General Schuyler may call for, during the recess of the Congress. [1775-08-29] New-Hampshire, Provincial Congress. [S4-V3-p0518] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to bring in a vote for perfecting the regulation of the Militia, Regulations for the Militia established. [1775-08-29] New-Hampshire, Provincial Congress. [S4-V3-p0519] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to apportion the Representation of the several Towns in any future Congress or Convention. [1775-08-30] New-Hampshire, Provincial Congress. [S4-V3-p0519] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to repair to the Army, and ascertain the loss of every Officer and Soldier, of this Colony, in the Battle at Charlestown. [1775-08-30] New-Hampshire, Provincial Congress. [S4-V3-p0520] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers of the Militia recommended to forbear all extravagance, and that no treats be given or received at meetings of Soldiers for the election of Officers, if offered antecedent to the election. [1775-08-30] New-Hampshire, Provincial Congress. [S4-V3-p0520] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to prepare Instructions to the Delegates to the Continental Congress. [1775-08-31] New-Hampshire, Provincial Congress. [S4-V3-p0520] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Persons offering for sale any English Goods, at an extravagant price, or any Tea, may be tried by the Committee of any neighbouring Town, within ten miles. [1775-09-01] New-Hampshire, Provincial Congress. [S4-V3-p0521] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Field-Officers for the four Regiments of Minute-Men ordered to be raised. [1775-09-01] New-Hampshire, Provincial Congress. [S4-V3-p0521] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Regulations for the Minute-Men, The Congress adjourned to Tuesday, the last day of October next. [1775-09-02] New-Hampshire, Provincial Congress. [S4-V3-p0522] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to General Wooster, requesting him to send four Companies for the protection of the east end of Long-Island. [1775-08-07] New-York, Congress; Livingston, Peter Van Brugh. [S4-V3-p0523] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to Colonel Fanning, ordering him to take command of the Militia at the east end of Long-Island. [1775-08-07] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0523] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to the Committee of Easthampton. [1775-08-07] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0523] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committees in the several Counties directed immediately to purchase or hire all the Arms that are fit for present service. [1775-08-08] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0524] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to General Schuyler, informing of the efforts they are making to equip and forward the Troops. [1775-08-08] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0525] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee for Suffolk County. [1775-08-09] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0525] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Arrangement of the Militia of the Colony. [1775-08-09] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0525] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Barge for His Majesty's Ship Asia ordered to be rebuilt and delivered to Captain Vandeput. [1775-08-09] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0526] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

August 10th. [1775-08-10] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0527] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee on a Letter from the Committee of Brookhaven, stating that a number of persons there are counteracting the measures of Congresses and Committees, Colonels McDougall, Clinton, and Holmes directed to march to Albany with all convenient speed. [1775-08-11] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0527] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Certificate of James Clay. [1775-07-26] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0528] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Montgomery received and read, Examination of Garret Roseboom, of the City of Albany, and of Benjamin Davis, read. [1775-08-12] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0528] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Bounty for the manufacture of Gunpowder proposed. [1775-08-12] New-York, Congress; Roosevelt, Isaac. [S4-V3-p0528] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Henry B. Livingston. [1775-08-12] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0529] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Flaxseed may be exported until the 10th of September next. [1775-08-12] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0529] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to General Montgomery. [1775-08-12] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0529] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler, of July 31, received and read. [1775-08-15] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0529] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee for the New-Hampshire Grants to General Schuyler, with a list of the Officers they have chosen for the Green Mountain Boys. [1775-07-28] New-Hampshire, Grants Committees; Clark, Nathan; New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0529] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers for Green Mountain Boys. [1775-07-27] New-Hampshire, Grants Committees; Clark, Nathan; New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0530] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter of July 31. [1775-07-31] Schuyler, Philip, Major-General; New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0530] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Two hundred and fifty Coats, of a large size, to be made for the Green Mountain Boys. [1775-08-15] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0530] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Muster Roll. [1775-08-16] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0531] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to the Committee of Kingston, in Ulster County, informing them that the Colony will furnish only a Coat to the soldiers, at the publick expense. [1775-08-16] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0531] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to the Committee of Secrecy at Philadelphia, soliciting the loan of a ton of Gunpowder. [1775-08-16] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0532] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

The Troops raised in Suffolk County directed to proceed, with all possible despatch, to Ticonderoga. [1775-08-16] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0532] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to General Wooster. [1775-08-16] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0532] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Henry Sheafe ordered immediately to build a Barge for His Majesty's Ship Asia, and any person attempting to destroy it to be kept in custody during the pleasure of Congress. [1775-08-16] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0533] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington, dated the 10th instant. [1775-08-17] Washington, George; New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0533] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to General Schuyler, requesting him to select proper persons for Field-Officers for the Green Mountain Boys. [1775-08-17] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0533] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Motion by Colonel McDougall, to provide the Troops with Brass Kettles, rejected. [1775-08-17] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0534] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to Benjamin Franklin. [1775-08-17] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0534] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report of Committee that they cannot discover any of the persons concerned in destroying the Boat built for His Majesty's Ship Asia. [1775-08-18] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0535] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to Charles Thomson. [1775-08-18] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0535] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Fortifications formerly ordered by the Continental Congress to be built in the Highlands, to be immediately erected, Commissioners appointed to direct the building of the Fortifications. [1775-08-18] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0535] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Robert R. Livingston requested to forward all the Powder he has made to General Schuyler as soon as possible. [1775-08-18] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0535] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of Easthampton requested to remove the Cattle and Sheep from Plumb Island and Gardiner's Island. [1775-08-18] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0536] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Wooster requested to return to his Camp, at Harlem, with the utmost speed. [1775-08-18] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0536] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Peter Curtenius. [1775-08-18] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0536] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter sent to Dr. Franklin, and to the Committee at Elizabethtown, requesting the Militia to be kept in readiness, as an attack is expected. [1775-08-18] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0536] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Mr. Van Zandt. [1775-08-18] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0536] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter received from General Washington, informing them that a Vessel from New-York, with Provisions, had arrived at Boston, General Committee of New-York requested to investigate the subject. [1775-08-08] Washington, George; New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0536] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Information received from Mr. Carter, of Boston, sent to Philadelphia. [1775-08-19] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0537] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee. [1775-08-21] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0538] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler, dated August 15. [1775-08-15] Schuyler, Philip, Major-General; New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0538] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Albany, dated August 10. [1775-08-21] New-York, Albany Committee of Safety, Correspondence, and Protection; Yates, Abraham, Jr.; New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0539] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to wait on Governour Tryon, and know if he has any intelligence of General Gage's intention to remove the Troops to this Colony. [1775-08-21] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0539] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Answer to General Schuyler's Letter of the 15th instant. [1775-08-21] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0540] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Provisions directed to be furnished to the Prisoners at Albany. [1775-08-21] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0540] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to Walter Livingston, Deputy Commissary-General, informing him that the Supplies for the Army have been sent to Albany. [1775-08-21] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0540] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Application from the Committee for Tryon County for information how to proceed against transgressors in civil or military matters. [1775-08-22] New-York, Tryon County Committee; Herkimer, Nicholas; New-York, Congress. [Spelling variants of Herkimer include: Herchkeimer and Herckheimer.] [S4-V3-p0541] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee for erecting the Fortifications in the Highlands authorized to procure Cannon, and c., for the Fort. [1775-08-22] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0541] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Regulations for the Militia of the Colony. [1775-08-22] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0542] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee for Auditing Accounts. [1775-08-23] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0546] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Certificate from the Committee at Albany. [1775-08-16] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0546] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Order to Pay Mr. Joseph Hallett. [1775-08-23] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0547] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Oath of Secrecy required of the Members. [1775-08-23] New-York, Congress; Beekman. [S4-V3-p0547] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Oath of Secrecty taken by the Secretaries. [1775-08-25] New-York, Congress; McKesson, John; Benson, Robert; Waddell, William. [S4-V3-p0548] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report by a Committee of the reasons why Mr. Duer cannot accept the office of Deputy Adjutant-General in the Continental Army. [1775-08-23] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0548] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Robert G. Livingston appointed in place of Mr. Duer, Committee to inquire into the complaint of Col. William Bayard, that his house is surrounded by a guard. [1775-08-23] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0549] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Safety of Pennsylvania, dated August 19, suggesting to them to apply to the Committee of Albany for Powder. [1775-08-19] Pennsylvania, Committee of Safety; Franklin, Benjamin; New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0549] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Safety of Pennsylvania. [1775-08-21] Pennsylvania, Committee of Safety; Franklin, Benjamin; New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0549] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolutions, requiring the Oath of Screcy, reconsidered. [1775-08-23] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0549] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Captain Vandeput to the Mayor of New-York, Committee apponted to examine witnesses on the representations made by Captain Vandeput. [1775-08-24] Vandeput, George, Captain; New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0550] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Payment. [1775-08-24] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0550] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Suffolk County, requesting permission for the three Companies to remain there. [1775-08-24] New-York, Suffolk County Committee; Smith, William; New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0551] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to the House of Representatives of Massachusetts, enclosing the Petition of the Executors of Devid Gardiner. [1775-08-24] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0551] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Examination of Captain Melancton Lawrence, before a Committee of the Congress. [1775-08-24] New-York, Congress; Lawrence, Melancton, Captain. [S4-V3-p0551] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Robertson to Captain Montague laid before the Congress and read. [1775-07-20] Robertson, James, Colonel; New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0553] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Sergeant Bowden, referred to in the preceding Letter, ordered to be taken into custody. [1775-08-25] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0554] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to the Committees of the Towns, from New-York to Cambridge, requesting them to furnish necessaries to the Committee having in their charge Major French. [1775-08-25] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p554 ] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to the Committee of Suffolk County, recommending to them measures for their defence and the protection of their property. [1775-08-25] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0554] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee appointed on Captain Vandeput's Letter report eleven Affidavits, proving the first firing commenced from Captain Vandeput's Boat. [1775-08-25] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0555] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Major Henry Livingston. [1775-08-21] Livingston, Henry, Jr., Major; New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0555] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Certificates. [1775-08-25] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0555] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Trumbull, in answer to one from the Congress, dated July 28. [1775-08-21] Trumbull, Jonathan, Governour of Connecticut; New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0556] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter in reply to Governour Trumbull. [1775-08-25] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0556] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Charles Thomson requested to replace the ton of Powder lent some time since, for the courthouse service. [1775-08-25] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0557] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

John Christian Drewidtz arrested by order of the Congress, on suspicion that he has been with his Vessel in Boston. [1775-08-25] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0557] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Francis Stephens to General Gage, laid before Congress and read. [1775-08-12] Stephens, Francis. [S4-V3-p0557] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Removal of the Cannon and Stores from the Battery stopped until further order of Congress, Guard to be increased this night, by one Company, in order to prevent any insult to the Governour. [1775-08-25] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0558] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Joseph Allicock and Captain Charles De Kay examined before the Congress, and Captain De Kay ordered into custody, Vessels with Provisions prohibited from leaving the Colony without a permit from the Congress or Committee of Safety, Inventory of articles found in Bowden's House, and taken possession of by Mr. Sears. [1775-08-26] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0558] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Mr. Livingston, the President, informs the Congress that he is too much indisposed to attend, and Colonel Woodhull elected President during Mr. Livingston's absence. [1775-08-28] Livingston, Peter Van Brugh; New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0559] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

No Bread, Flour, Beef, or Pork, to be shipped or laden hereafter, without an express permission from Congress or Committee of Safety, Permission granted for sundry Vessels to sail for foreign Ports. [1775-08-28] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0559] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Form of Oaths to be taken by the Owner and Master of any Vessel permitted to sail with any kind of Provisions to Europe or to the Westladies. [1775-08-28] New-York, Congress; McDougall, Alexander; Morris, Gouverneur; Yates, Richard. [S4-V3-p0561] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Payment. [1775-08-29] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0562] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Wooster, explaining why he has not returned to New-York with his Regiment, as they had requested. [1775-08-29] Wooster, David, General; New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0562] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Artillery Company raised by Captain Lamb placed on the Continental Establishment, and to proceed forthwith to Ticonderoga. [1775-08-29] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0563] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letters to the Committee of Huntington directing them to prevent the Ministerial Troops from taking off the Cattle, and c.. [1775-08-29] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0563] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letters to Colonel Blackwell of Newtown, directing them to prevent the Ministerial Troops from taking off the Cattle, and c.. [1775-08-29] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0563] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

All the Sail Cloth and a sufficient quantity of Russia Duck, to be bought, and made into Tents, and forwarded immediately to General Schuyler, Edward Flemming appointed Deputy Adjutant-General in the Continental Army. [1775-08-29] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0564] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Arrangements for the supply of all Provisions to His Majesty's Ships stationed here. [1775-08-29] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0564] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition. [1775-08-29] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0565] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to Jonathan Trumbull, Jun., requesting him to satisfy several Companies who refuse marching to join General Schuyler, until they receive their pay. [1775-08-29] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0565] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee appointed to contract for fifteen tons of Powder, to be paid at the rate of one hundred per cent, advance on the European invoice. [1775-08-29] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0565] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter received from Walter Livingston. [1775-08-30] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0566] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of Albany requested to send down White, late Sheriff of Tryon County, as soon as he is released from Prison. [1775-08-30] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0566] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Payment. [1775-08-30] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0566] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report of the Committee of Ways and Means considered, and the first paragraph amended and agreed to, ordering an emission of Forty-Five Thousand Pounds. [1775-08-30] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0567] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Payments. [1775-08-30] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0567] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to Governour Trumbull informing him that the Tents for Colonel Hinman's Regiment will be fowarded with the utmost expedition. [1775-08-30] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0567] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Residue of the Report of the Committee of Ways and Means recommitted. [1775-08-30] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0568] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Limits of the Parole of Captain Patrick Sinclair extended, Colonel Lasher directed to take a detachment of his Battalion, and seize the Sloop of Peter Dop, John Candell brought to the House. Sundry witnesses against him examined in his presence, and then ordered into custody till the further order of the House. [1775-08-31] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0568] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Estimate. [1775-09-01] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0570] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Seth Warner appointed Colonel, and Samuel Safford Major, of the Regiment of Green Mountain Boys. [1775-09-01] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0570] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Payments. [1775-09-01] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0571] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to General Schuyler, giving him general information as to what they have done in regard to the Troops and their equipments. [1775-09-01] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0571] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Colonel Van Schaick informed that there is no probablility of their being able to supply Arms to the Thrid and Fourth Regiments now at Albany. [1775-09-01] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0572] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolutions adopted on the facts presented in the Letter from the Committee of Brookhaven, dated August 3rd. [1775-09-01] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0573] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Payments. [1775-09-02] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0574] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report of the Committee of Ways and Means, providing for an issue of One Hundred and Twelve Thousand Five Hundred Dollars, in Bills of Credit, again considered by paragraphs and adopted. [1775-09-02] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0575] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Payments. [1775-09-02] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0578] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Two hundred Watch Coats to be provided for the use of the Sentinels of the Regiments of this Colony, Field and Staff Officers for the four Regiments of Militia in Ulster County, Field Officers for two Regiments of Minute-Men, in Dutchess County, appointed, John Candell ordered to be discharged, Gunpowder, now in store, apportioned to the several Companies, Firemen of the City of New-York exempted from military duty. [1775-09-02] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0578] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letters to Samuel Bayard, Jun., and Augustus Van Cortlandt, requesting them to find some place of security for the Publick Records. [1775-09-02] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0580] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of Safety appointed, Congress adjourned till the 2nd of October next. [1775-09-02] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0580] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

New-York Assocation. General Association adopted by the Freemen, Freeholders, and Inhabitants of the City and County of New-York, on Saturday, the 29th of April, 1775, and transmitted for signing to all the Counties in the Province. [1775-04-29] New-York Freeholders and Freemen. [S4-V3-p0581] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Members of the Provincial Congress who Signed the Association. [1775-04-29] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0581] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Signers of the Association in Ulster County. [1775-05-10] New-York Freeholders and Freemen; Dubois, Nathaniel; Coddington, Joseph. [S4-V3-p0582] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Signers of the Association in Ulster County. [1775-05-24] New-York Freeholders and Freemen; Deeker, John; Tomkins, Isaac, Jr.; Drew, Peter; Johnson, Jonathan; Drew, Elijah; Tomkins, Thomas; McDaniel, John; Weaver, William; Drew, Joshua; Crandel, Simeon; Johnson, Samuel; Elsworth, Joseph; Deeker, James; Trowbridge, Ralph. [S4-V3-p0583] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Signers of the Association in Ulster County. [1775-07-01] New-York Freeholders and Freemen; New-York, Kingston Committee; Sleght, Johannes. [S4-V3-p0583] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Signers of the Association in Ulster County. [1775-06-09] New-York Freeholders and Freemen; New-York, Ulster County Troop of Horse. [S4-V3-p0585] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Signers of the Association in Ulster County. [1775-06-09] New-York Freeholders and Freemen. [S4-V3-p0585] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Signers of the Association in Ulster County. [1775-06-05] New-York Freeholders and Freemen; New-York, Marbletown Committee; Pawling, Levi. [S4-V3-p0585] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Signers of the Association in Ulster County. [1775-06-26] New-York Freeholders and Freemen; New-York, Mamakating Committee; Young, John. [S4-V3-p0586] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Signers of the Association in Ulster County. [1775-07-06] New-York Freeholders and Freemen; New-York, Hurley Committee; Wynkoop, A.. [S4-V3-p0587] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Signers of the Association in Ulster County. [1775-07-06] New-York Freeholders and Freemen; New-York, Rochester Committee; De Witt, A.. [S4-V3-p0587] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Signers of the Association in Ulster County. [1775-07-11] New-York Freeholders and Freemen; New-York, New-Marlborough Committee; Carpenter, Benjamin; Perkins, Azariah. [S4-V3-p0588] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Signers in Weathersfield. [1775] New-York Freeholders and Freemen; New-York, Weathersfield Committee of Safety; Grout, Hilkiah. [S4-V3-p0589] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Signers and Non-Signers in Orange County. [1775-06] New-York Freeholders and Freemen. [S4-V3-p0589] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Signers and Non-Signers in Orange County. [1775-06-08] New-York Freeholders and Freemen. [S4-V3-p0590] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Signers and Non-Signers in Orange County. [1775-07-08] New-York Freeholders and Freemen; New-York, Cornwall Committee; Moffat, Thomas. [S4-V3-p0591] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Signers and Non-Signers in Orange County. [1775] New-York Freeholders and Freemen. [S4-V3-p0593] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Signers and Non-Signers in Orange County. [1775-07-11] New-York Freeholders and Freemen; New-York, Haverstraw Freeholders; Coleman, John. [S4-V3-p0593] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Signers and Non-Signers in Orange County. [1775-07-14] New-York Freeholders and Freemen; New-York, Newburgh Committee of Correspondence and Observation; Ecker, Wolvert. [S4-V3-p0595] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Signers and Non-Signers in Orange County. [1775] New-York Freeholders and Freemen. [S4-V3-p0597] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Signers and Non-Signers in Orange County. [1775-07-17] New-York Freeholders and Freemen; New-York, Orangetown Committee. [S4-V3-p0597] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Signers, and those who refused to sign, in Dutchess County. [1775-08-15] New-York Freeholders and Freemen; New-York, Dutchess County Committee; Brinckerhoff, Dirck G.. [S4-V3-p0597] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Signers, and those who refused to sign, in Dutchess County. [1775-08-23] New-York Freeholders and Freemen; New-York, Dutchess County Committee; Brinckerhoff, Dirck G.. [S4-V3-p0600] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Signers, and those who refused to sign, in Dutchess County. [1775-07] New-York, Dutchess County Committee. [S4-V3-p0600] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Signers, and those who refused to sign, in Dutchess County. [June-July, 1775] New-York Freeholders and Freemen. [S4-V3-p0601] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Signers, and those who refused to sign, in Dutchess County. [1775-07-05] New-York Freeholders and Freemen; New-York, Dutchess County Northeast Precinct Committee; Knickerbacker, P.; Wilson, Daniel; Orr, Hugh; Reisenberger, J., Jr.. [S4-V3-p0602] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Signers, and those who refused to sign, in Dutchess County. [1775-07-05] New-York Freeholders and Freemen; New-York, Dutchess County Northeast Precinct Committee; Morhouse, George. [S4-V3-p0603] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Signers, and those who refused to sign, in Dutchess County. [1775-07-05] New-York Freeholders and Freemen; New-York, Dutchess County Northeast Precinct Committee; Ketchum, Joseph. [S4-V3-p0603] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Signers, and those who refused to sign, in Dutchess County. [1775-07-05] New-York Freeholders and Freemen; New-York, Dutchess County Northeast Precinct Committee. [S4-V3-p0604] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Signers, and those who refused to sign, in Dutchess County. [June-July, 1775] New-York Freeholders and Freemen. [S4-V3-p0604] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Signers, and those who refused to sign, in Dutchess County. [1775-06] New-York Freeholders and Freemen; Smith, Isaac; Becker, Abraham. [S4-V3-p0605] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Signers, and those who refused to sign, in Dutchess County. [1775-06-08] New-York Freeholders and Freemen; Garnsey, John. [S4-V3-p0605] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Signers, and those who refused to sign, in Dutchess County. [1775-06] New-York Freeholders and Freemen; Hopkins, Roswell. [S4-V3-p0605] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Signers, and those who refused to sign, in Dutchess County. [1775-07-12] New-York Freeholders and Freemen; Hopkins, Roswell. [S4-V3-p0605] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Signers, and those who refused to sign, in Dutchess County. [1775] New-York Freeholders and Freemen; Marsh, Silas. [S4-V3-p0605] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Signers, and those who refused to sign, in Dutchess County. [1775-06] New-York Freeholders and Freemen. [S4-V3-p0606] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Signers, and those who refused to sign, in Dutchess County. [1775-06] New-York Freeholders and Freemen; New-York, Rhinebeck Committee; Benson, Egbert. [S4-V3-p0607] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Signers, and those who refused to sign, in Dutchess County. [1775-07-05] New-York Freeholders and Freemen; Graham, Charles; Sherburne, Henry. [S4-V3-p0608] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Signers, and those who refused to sign, in Dutchess County. [1775-07] Whitten, Samuel. [S4-V3-p0608] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Signers, and those who refused to sign, in Dutchess County. [1775] New-York Freeholders and Freemen. [S4-V3-p0608] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Signers and Objectors against the Association in Suffolk County. [1775-05] New-York Freeholders and Freemen. [S4-V3-p0608] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Signers and Objectors against the Association in Suffolk County. [1775-05-08] New-York Freeholders and Freemen. [S4-V3-p0610] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Signers and Objectors against the Association in Suffolk County. [1775-05-13] New-York Freeholders and Freemen; New-York, Islip Freeholders Meeting. [S4-V3-p0612] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Signers and Objectors against the Association in Suffolk County. [1775-06-29] Thompson, Isaac. [S4-V3-p0612] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Signers and Objectors against the Association in Suffolk County. [1775] New-York Freeholders and Freemen; New-York, Easthampton Committee; Chatfield, John. [S4-V3-p0612] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Signers and Objectors against the Association in Suffolk County. [1775] New-York Freeholders and Freemen. [S4-V3-p0613] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Signers and Objectors against the Association in Suffolk County. [1775-07-19] New-York Freeholders and Freemen; New-York, Southampton Committee of Correspondence; Howell, David. [S4-V3-p0613] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Signers and Objectors against the Association in Suffolk County. [1775-08-01] New-York Freeholders and Freemen; New-York, Southampton Committee of Correspondence; Howell, Daniel. [S4-V3-p0614] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Signers and Objectors against the Association in Suffolk County. [1775] New-York Freeholders and Freemen. [S4-V3-p0614] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Signers and Objectors against the Association in Suffolk County. [1775] New-York Freeholders and Freemen; Dayton, Ebenezer. [S4-V3-p0615] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Signers and Objectors against the Association in Suffolk County. [1775] New-York Freeholders and Freemen. [S4-V3-p0615] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Signers and Objectors against the Association in Suffolk County. [1775-07-01] Fanning, Phineas, Colonel. [S4-V3-p0616] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Signers and Objectors against the Association in Suffolk County. [1775] New-York Freeholders and Freemen. [S4-V3-p0616] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Signers and Objectors against the Association in Suffolk County. [1775-08-03] New-York Freeholders and Freemen. [S4-V3-p0616] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Signers and Objectors against the Association in Suffolk County. [1775] New-York Freeholders and Freemen. [S4-V3-p0617] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Signers and Objectors against the Association in Suffolk County. [1775-08-17] New-York Freeholders and Freemen; New-York, Brookhaven Committee; Woodhull, Richard; Thompson, Samuel. [S4-V3-p0617] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Signers and Objectors against the Association in Suffolk County. [1775] New-York Freeholders and Freemen. [S4-V3-p0617] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Signers and Objectors against the Association in Suffolk County. [1775-06-23] New-York Freeholders and Freemen. [S4-V3-p0618] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Signers and Objectors against the Association in Suffolk County. [1775] New-York Freeholders and Freemen. [S4-V3-p0618] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Signers in Charlotte County. [1775] New-York Freeholders and Freemen. [S4-V3-p0618] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Signers in Springfield, Cumberland County. [1775-12-21] New-York Freeholders and Freemen; New-York, Springfield Committee of Safety; Barrett, John. [S4-V3-p0619] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Signers in Townshend, Cumberland County. [1775-07-21] New-York Freeholders and Freemen; Hazeltine, John. [S4-V3-p0620] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address from the Province of Nova-Scotia, presented to the King by the Earl of Dartmouth. [1775-09-01] Nesbitt, William; Legge, William, Earl of Dartmouth. [S4-V3-p0619] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from a Gentleman in Ireland to one in New-York. It is the prevailing opinion that the Americans will at last be frightened into submission. Great pains have been taken to spread a general belief that they are mere cowards, and will run at the sight of an Army, it behooves them, therefore, to be plain and absolute, in refusing to give up one tittle of their rights and liberties. [1775-09-01] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0619] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from a Gentleman in Middlesex County, Virginia, to his Friend in England. All is anarchy and confusion. A brave people struggling in opposition to the acts of the British Parliament. We are all in arms, exercising and training old and young to the use of the gun. The rising glory of America is eclipsed, and unless a reconciliation is brought about I tremble for the consequences. [1775-09-01] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0620] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Rev. William Tennent to the South-Carolina Council of Safety, informing them of his proceedings, and of the state of affairs in the interior. Expects great opposition, if not violence, from Cunningham's party. [1775-09-01] Tennent, William. [S4-V3-p0621] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Philadelphia County Committee request Returns from the Township Committees, of the Associators and Non-Associators in their respective Districts. [1775-09-01] Pennsylvania, Philadelphia County Committee. [S4-V3-p0622] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to General Schuyler. They are making every exertion to furnish him Men, Arms, and Equipments. [1775-09-01] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0571] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-York Congress to Colonel Van Schaik. Orders have been given in the City to collect all the Arms that can be got, but there is no probability that enough can be procured to supply the Third and Fourth Regiments, now at Albany. [1775-09-01] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0572] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

New-York Committee: After examining witnesses, and taking sundry depositions, declare that John Christian Drewidtz, Moses Delis Dernier, Charles De Kay, and Thomas Ludlon have severally acted inimically to the associated American Colonies. [1775-09-01] New-York Committee. [S4-V3-p0622] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

New-York Committee. [1775-09-01] New-York Committee; Remsen, Henry. [S4-V3-p0622] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition of Captain Charles De Kay, of the Sloop Sally. [1775-08-31] De Kay, Charles, Captain. [S4-V3-p0623] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition of Thomas Millroy, of the Isle-of-Man, Mariner. [1775-08-31] Millroy, Thomas. [S4-V3-p0623] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition of Richard Jenkins, Master of the Sloop Elizabeth. [1775-08-30] Jenking, Richard. [S4-V3-p0624] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from David Burger to the New-York Congress. Some people on Staten Island furnish Provisions for the British, at Boston. [1775-09-01] Burger, David. [S4-V3-p0624] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Militia Officers for Rumbout Precinct, Ulster County, New-York. [1775-09] Schenck, Henry. [S4-V3-p0625] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Albany. [1775-09-01] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0625] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from several Persons in Falmouth, Casco-Bay, to Governour Hutchinson, dated February 10, 1774. [1775-08-21] Pearson, M.; Longfellow, Stephen; Bradbury, Theodore; Wyer, David, Jr.; Titcomb, Benjamin; Pote, Jeremiah; Ilsley, Enoch; Cumming, Thomas; Pote, Greenfield; Oxnard, Thomas; Pagan, Robert; Kent, John; Shattuck, Moses; Robb, William; Mayo, Simeon; Coulson, Thomas; Simmons, W.; Sandford, Thomas; Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V3-p0625] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Declaration by several persons, of their reasons for signing the preceding Letter. [1775-09-01] Ilsley, Enoch; Bradbury, Theodore; Sandford, Thomas; Kent, John; Mayo, Simeon; Shattuck, Moses. [S4-V3-p0626] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Declaration by several persons, of their reasons for signing the preceding Letter. [1775-09-01] Titcomb, Benjamin. [S4-V3-p0626] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Declaration by several persons, of their reasons for signing the preceding Letter. [1775-09-05] Longfellow, Stephen; Wyer, David, Jr.; Oxnard, Thomas. [S4-V3-p0626] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Declaration by several persons, of their reasons for signing the preceding Letter. [1775-09-01] Pote, Jeremiah. [S4-V3-p0627] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Declaration by several persons, of their reasons for signing the preceding Letter. [1775-09-01] Cumming, Thomas. [S4-V3-p0627] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Declaration by several persons, of their reasons for signing the preceding Letter. [1775-09-01] Pagan, Robert. [S4-V3-p0627] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Richard Penn and Arthur Lee to the President of the Congress. The Petition of the General Congress was yesterday presented to the Earl of Dartmouth, who has promised to deliver it to His Majesty. [1775-09-02] Penn, Richard. [S4-V3-p0627] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letters to Samuel Bayard, Jun., and Augustus Van Cortlandt, requesting them to find some place of security for the Publick Records. [1775-09-02] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0580] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Field and Company Officers for the Eastern Regiment of Militia in Orange County, New-York. [1775-09-02] Moffat, Thomas. [S4-V3-p0627] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of a number of the Inhabitants of Goshen, in Orange County, to the New-York Congress. [1775-09-19] Rumsey, Phineas, Captain. [S4-V3-p0628] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers of Minute-Men in Dutchess County, New-York. [1775-09-02] New-York, Dutchess County Committee. [S4-V3-p0629] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of John McKinney to the New-York Congress. [1775-09-02] New-York, City and County Inhabitants. [S4-V3-p0630] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Albany. [1775-09-02] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0630] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letters from Albany, with an account of the affray between Captain Baker and the Indians. [1775-09-05] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0630] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Cooke to General Washington. Committee of Safety have given his proposal, for taking the Powder from Bermuda, a full consideration, and have resolved to make the attempt. [1775-09-02] Cooke, Nicholas, Governour of Rhode-Island. [S4-V3-p0631] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Clark and Nightingale to General Washington. They have delivered to Captain Baylor all the Powder and Lead, and what Arms could be spared. [1775-09-02] Clark, Nathan. [S4-V3-p0631] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to Governour Trumbull. Informs him , in confidence, that he is about to detach ten or twelve hundred men on an expedition into Canada, by way of Kennebeck River. [1775-09-02] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0632] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to General Wooster. Cannot order the three Companies to remain on Long Island, and wishes them to join General Schuyler. Approves of the decision of the New-York Congress in regard to this matter, and wishes he could extend his approbation equally to the whole line of their conduct. [1775-09-02] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0632] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Instructions to Captain Nicholson Broughton to proceed on a cruise, in the Schooner Hannah, against Vessels in the service of the Ministerial Army. [1775-09-02] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0633] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders to Nathaniel Tracy, directing him to engage as many Vessels as may be necessary for transporting a body of Troops, to be detached on a secret expedition. [1775-09-02] Reed, Joseph. [S4-V3-p0634] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Charles Lee to Richard Henry Lee. [1775-09-02] Lee, Charles, General. [S4-V3-p0634] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Dr. Zubly to the Earl of Dartmouth. [1775-09-03] Zubly, J, J, Dr.. [S4-V3-p0634] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers of five Companies of Militia, in the Precinct of Rhinebeck, Dutchess County: New-York. [1775-09-03] Benson, Egbert. [S4-V3-p0639] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Col. Joseph Reed to Major French. [1775-09-03] Reed, Joseph, Colonel. [S4-V3-p0639] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Joseph Reed to the Committee of Hartford, Connecticut, requesting them to take a new parole of Major French. [1775-09-03] Reed, Joseph, Colonel. [S4-V3-p0639] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Reed to Captain Wharton, requesting him to deliver Major French to Captain Webb. [1775-09-03] Reed, Joseph, Colonel. [S4-V3-p0640] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proclamation by Governour Tryon, proroguing the Assembly of New-York, from September 6th to October 4th. [1775-09-06] Tryon, William, Governour of New-York. [S4-V3-p0640] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

New-York Committee appoint a Committee to purchase all the spare Arms in the City, for the use of the Colony. [1775-09-04] New-York Committee. [S4-V3-p0640] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Vessel at New-York seized, for supplying Provisions for the British Army in Boston. [1775-09-04] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0640] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Militia Officers chosen at Smithtown, Suffolk County, New-York. [1775-09-04] New-York, Suffolk County Committee. [S4-V3-p0640] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers of the Light-Horse in Brooklyn, King's County, New-York. [1775-09-15] Waldron, Adolph. [S4-V3-p0641] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers for Southold, Suffolk County, New-York. [1775-09-04] Smith, William. [S4-V3-p0641] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers for Brookhaven, Suffolk County, New-York. [1775-09-04] Woodhull, Richard. [S4-V3-p0641] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Ulster. [1775-09-04] Smith, Nathan. [S4-V3-p0641] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Norwalk (Connecticut) Committee prohibit the removal of persons to that Town who cannot produce satisfactory evidence that they are friends to the liberties of the Colonies. [1775-09-04] Connecticut, Norwalk Committee. [S4-V3-p0641] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to the Council of Massachusetts-Bay. [1775-09-04] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0642] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Earl of Dartmouth to General Howe. Advises the removal of the Troops from Boston to New-York, or some other place to the southward. [1775-09-05] Legge, William, Earl of Dartmouth. [S4-V3-p0642] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Mayor, Recorder, Aldermen, Bailiffs, and Commonalty of Lancaster, to the King, declaring their detestation and abhorrence of the authors and abetters of the violences committed by His Majesty's misguided subjects in North-America. [1775-09-05] Pennsylvania, Lancaster Committee of Correspondence. [S4-V3-p0643] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Concession of Thomas Anderson, before the Committee for Hanover County, Virginia. [1775-09-05] Anderson, Thomas. [S4-V3-p0644] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Baltimore, in Maryland. The Town is in confusion, in consequence of the Committee there granting indulgence to Mr. Hudson to take in a Cargo after the 10th of September. Twelve hundred men are ready to come from the forest to prevent her loading. [1775-09-05] Maryland, Baltimore Committee of Correspondence. [S4-V3-p0644] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Philadelphia Committee recommend to the Inhabitants to refrain from wasting Powder, more particularly in shooting game. [1775-09-05] Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Committee. [S4-V3-p0644] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Philadelphia Committee. [1775-09-06] Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Committee. [S4-V3-p0644] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Augustus Van Cortlandt to the New-York Committee of Safety, on the preservation of the Publick Records. [1775-09-05] Van Cortlandt, Augustus. [S4-V3-p0644] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of Brookhaven. [1775-09-05] New-York, Brookhaven Committee. [S4-V3-p0645] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers of Militia chosen in Amenia, Dutchess County, New-York. [1775-09-05] Hopkins, Roswell. [S4-V3-p0645] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition from sundry Inhabitants of the Manor of Fordham and West-Farms, Winchester County, to the New-York Congress. [1775-09-05] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0645] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from a Company of Minute-Men in Jamaica, Queen's County, to the New-York Congress. [1775-09-05] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0646] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from an Officer on board a British Transport at New-York to Mr. Cornell, informing him how he may convey to him some Letters and other things he wants. [1775-09-05] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0646] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Trumbull to General Washington. The Coasts are kept in continual alarm, three Ships of War, with thirteen other Vessels, were seen off Fisher's Island, and in the Sound, yesterday. [1775-09-05] Trumbull, Jonathan, Governour of Connecticut. [S4-V3-p0647] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address to the Inhabitants of Massachusetts. [1775-09-05] Patria, Philo. [S4-V3-p0647] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proclamation by the King for the meeting of Parliament on Thursday, the 26th of October next. [1775-09-06] King, George. [S4-V3-p0648] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to the Printer of the London Evening Post, on the Manchester Address. [1775-09-08] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0648] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Gentlemen, Clergy, Merchants, Manufacturers, and principal Inhabitants of the Town and neighbourhood of Manchester, in the County Palatine of Lancaster, to the King. They behold, with inexpressible concord, the standard of rebellion raised in some of the American Provinces. [1775-09-06] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0649] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to a Gentleman in London. [1775-09-08] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0651] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Peyton Randolph to General Washington, communicating to him the Thanks of the Virginia Convention for the faithful discharge of his duty as a Delegate to the Continental Congress. [1775-09-06] Randolph, Peyton. [S4-V3-p0651] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

New-York Committee. [1775-09-06] New-York Committee. [S4-V3-p0652] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Samuel Bayard to the New-York Congress, on the preservation of the Publick Records in the Secretary's office. [1775-09-06] Bayard, Samuel. [S4-V3-p0652] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers of the Militia for Charlotte Precinct, Dutchess County, New-York. [1775-09-14] Barnes, John. [S4-V3-p0653] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers of a Company of Foot in New-Marlborough, Ulster County, New-York. [1775-09-06] Hasbrouck, Jonathan, Colonel. [S4-V3-p0653] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to Governour Cooke. Proposes to him to seize the next Packet, which is hourly expected from England. [1775-09-06] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0653] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of General Washington to the Inhabitants of the Island of Bermuda, to be communicated to them by Captain Whipple only in case of real necessity. [1775-09-06] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0654] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Jedediah Huntington to Governour Trumbull. [1775-09-06] Huntington, Jedediah, Colonel. [S4-V3-p0655] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Major Thomas Gamble to General Gage, dated September 6. [1775-09-06] Gamble, Thomas, Major. [S4-V3-p0962] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Major Gamble to Major Sheriff Deputy Quartermaster-General, Boston. [1775-09-06] Gamble, Thomas, Major. [S4-V3-p0962] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Vessels with Emigrants for America not permitted to have Clearances from any Port in Scotland. [1775-09-07] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0655] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

James City County, Virginia, request Mr. William Holt, merchant of Norfolk, not to supply the Men of War with any Bread or Flour. [1775-09-07] Virginia, James City County Committee of Correspondence. [S4-V3-p0655] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Charles Petit, Secretary to the Council of New-Jersey, to Lord Stirling, requesting, in the name of the Governour, to be informed of the truth of a publick report that he has accepted from the Provincial Congress a Commission as Colonel of a Regiment of Militia. [1775-09-07] Petit, Charles. [S4-V3-p0656] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Lord Stirling to Governour Franklin, dated September 14. [1775-09-14] Alexander, William, Major-General, Lord Stirling. [S4-V3-p0656] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Franklin to Lord Stirling, September 15. [1775-09-16] Franklin, William, Governour of New-Jersey. [S4-V3-p0657] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Lord Stirling to Governour Franklin, September 25. [1775-09-25] Alexander, William, Major-General, Lord Stirling. [S4-V3-p0658] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

New-York Committee represent to the Committee of Safety the necessity of issuing a part of the Soldier's Pay, now in the publick service, to their Wives and Children. [1775-09-07] New-York Committee. [S4-V3-p0659] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Commissioners for Fortifications to the New-York Congress. [1775-09-07] New-York, Commissioners for Fortifications. [S4-V3-p0659] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Meeting of Committees at Smithtown, appoint Field-Officers for the West Regiment of Suffolk County, New-York. [1775-09-07] New-York, Smithtown Committee of Correspondence. [S4-V3-p0660] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Tryon County Committee to the New-York Congress. Request information how to proceed in regard to the Tories at Johnston and Kingsborough. [1775-09-07] New-York, Tryon County Committee. [S4-V3-p0660] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Providence, Rhode Island, in Town-Meeting disapprove of the exportation of Flaxseed, till a general exportation of that article takes place throughout the United Colonies, Protest against the vote, by Samuel Nightingale. [1775-09-07] Rhode-Island, Providence Town Meeting. [S4-V3-p0661] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Providence (Rhode-Island) County Committee forewarn all persons from selling any Goods at a higher price than they were usually sold at before the Continental Association took place. [1775-09-07] Rhode-Island, Providence Committee. [S4-V3-p0662] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to the Continental Congress. He has received seven thousand pounds of Powder this week from Rhode-Island, and, in a few days, expects five hundred stand of Arms, and seven tons of Lead, a part of the same importation. [1775-09-07] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0662] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Application from the Commissary-General, in regard to Supplies for the winter. [1775-09-06] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0662] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders, August 24. [1775-08-24] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0663] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders, August 25. [1775-08-25] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0664] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders, August 27. [1775-08-27] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0664] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders, August 28. [1775-08-28] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0664] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders, August 29. [1775-08-29] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0664] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders, August 30. [1775-08-30] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0665] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders, August 31. [1775-08-31] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0665] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders, Sept. 1. [1775-09-01] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0665] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders, Sept. 2. [1775-09-02] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0665] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders, Sept. 3. [1775-09-03] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0665] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders, Sept. 5. [1775-09-05] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0666] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders, Sept. 6. [1775-09-06] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0666] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders, Sept. 7. [1775-09-07] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0667] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Joseph Reed to Benjamin Lincoln. [1775-09-07] Reed, Joseph, Colonel. [S4-V3-p0667] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Reed to Nathaniel Tracy, mentioning to him particular Vessels to be engaged as Transports for the detachment to Canada. [1775-09-07] Reed, Joseph, Colonel. [S4-V3-p0667] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Captain Broughton to General Washington. Has arrived at Cape Anne with a large Prize, and delivered the Ship and Prisoners to the Committee fo rthe Town of Gloucester. [1775-09-07] Broughton, Nicholson, Captain. [S4-V3-p0668] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Mayor, Bailiffs, and Burgesses of the Borough of Leicester, to the King, approving the measures of Government in relation to the Colonies, and expressing their wishes that, if the present contumacy of the Colonists should continue, His Majesty may adopt such measures as will convince them "that the sword is not borne in vain". [1775-09-07] Samuel, Oliver, Mayor. [S4-V3-p0668] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Application of the Firemen of New-York to be released from military duty, unless a general attack should be made upon the City. [1775-09-08] New-York, Firemen. [S4-V3-p0669] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to the President of Congress, informing of the operations fo the Northern Army. [1775-09-08] Schuyler, Philip, Major-General. [S4-V3-p0669] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of General Schuyler to the Inhabitants of Canada, dated Isle-aux-Noix, September 5. [1775-09-05] Schuyler, Philip, Major-General. [S4-V3-p0671] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Council of War held at the Camp, near St. John's, September 7. [1775-09-07] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0672] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from an Officer at Isle-aux-Noix. The Army left Ticonderoga on the 28th of August, and arrived at St. John's on the 6th instant, and have returned to this place to wait for the Artillery. [1775-09-08] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0672] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Connecticut Committee of Safety: Agree to receive some Prisoners from Massachusetts, One Company of Soldiers sent to Lyme, and two to Stonington, to watch and guard, and make such Intrenchments as the civil authority and the Field-Officers within those Towns shall direct. [1775-09-04] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0672] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers appointed for the Armed Brig Minerva, and that vessel supplied with five barrels of Powder and suitable Balls, and three hundred weight of Lead, Three Companies at Greenwich to be removed to New-Haven, to erect works of defence and intrenchment, at Five Mile Point, or elsewhere. General Washington may be furnished with one ton of Powder, if he should apply for it, Committee appointed to repair to Philadelphia, and apply to Congress for Fifty Thousand Pounds advanced for the Continent, and Fifty Thousand Pounds lent to General Schuyler by Connecticut. [1775-09-08] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0673] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Declaration of Rev. Asa Dunbar, received as satisfactory by the Committees of Weston and Sudbury, Massachusetts. [1775-09-08] Dunbar, Asa, Reverend. [S4-V3-p0675] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to Governour Trumbull. Requests the new Levies be sent to Camp immediately. The detachment for Canada will march in two days, and Troops will be wanted to supply their places. [1775-09-08] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0675] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to General Schuyler. Much engaged in sending off the detachment under Colonel Arnold. They will set out on Sunday next, at farthest. [1775-09-08] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0676] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address to the People of Massachusetts, approving the opposition to the British Government, urging union amongst the People, strict discipline in the Army, the erection of works for the defence of the sea-coast, and the fitting out of Armed Vessels in the several Ports upon the Continent. [1775-09-08] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0676] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Newbern, North-Carolina. There has been a Conference held with the Chiefs of the Regulators, who have some scruple about the Oath administered to them by Governour Tryon. Some have signed the Test. [1775-09-09] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0679] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Captain Squire, of His Majesty's Ship Otter, to the Printer of the Norfolk, Virginia, Gazette, charging him with having mentioned his name in the Gazette, and declaring if he is again mentioned there, with any reflections, he will seize the Printer, and take him on board the Ship. [1775-09-09] Squire, W. C., Captain. [S4-V3-p0679] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Captain Squire to the Committee of Hampton, Virginia, requiring a Sloop Tender, in His Majesty's service, driven on shore on the 2nd instant, to be returned to him, with her Stores, immediately, or the People of Hampton must be answerable for the consequences. [1775-09-10] Squire, W. C., Captain. [S4-V3-p0679] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Captain Vandeput to Abraham Lott, requesting him to contradict a paragraph in Mr. Holt's Paper. [1775-09-09] Vandeput, George, Captain. [S4-V3-p0680] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Captain Hulbert to the New-York Congress. [1775-09-09] Hulbert, John, Captain. [S4-V3-p0680] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-York Committee of Safety to their Delegates in the Continental Congress. They have but eight hundred weight of Powder in the Magazine. [1775-09-09] Continental Congress. [S4-V3-p0680] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee for Rumbout Precinct, Ulster County, New-York, to the Provincial Congress. [1775-09-09] New-York, Ulster County Committee. [S4-V3-p0681] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Safety for Ulster County, New-York, to the Provincial Congress. New-Paltz Precinct divided, and Officers chosen for the two Companies. [1775-09-09] New-York, Ulster County Committee. [S4-V3-p0681] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Recantation of Samuel Holly, of Stamford, Connecticut. [1775-09-09] Holly, Samuel. [S4-V3-p0682] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Jedediah Huntington to Governour Trumbull. [1775-09-09] Huntington, Jedediah, Colonel. [S4-V3-p0682] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Cooke to General Washington. The Committee have determined to send the large Vessel, with fifty men, on the Bermuda enterprise, with orders to Captain Whipple to cruise ten days off Sandy-Hook, for the Packet from England. [1775-09-09] Cooke, Nicholas, Governour of Rhode-Island. [S4-V3-p0682] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to Governour Trumbull. Want of Powder deprives him of the advantages of his present stations. Whatever can be spared from the necessities of the Colony, he requests may be sent forward with the utmost expedition. [1775-09-09] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0683] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Captain Broughton to Gen. Washington. [1775-09-09] Broughton, Nicholson, Captain. [S4-V3-p0683] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-Hampshire Delegates to the Committee of Safety. [1775-09-09] New-Hampshire Delegates, Continental Congress. [S4-V3-p0684] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from London to Gentleman in New-York. The bulk of the People in England are against the Colonies, and their advocates few and inconsiderable. [1775-09-10] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0684] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Kingston (New-York) Committee to the Provincial Congress. [1775-09-10] New-York, Kingston Committee. [S4-V3-p0684] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from George Washington to John Augustine Washington. [1775-09-10] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0684] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to a Gentleman in Philadelphia. [1775-09-10] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0685] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Lord North to Members of the House, requesting their prompt attendance the first day of the ensuing session of Parliament. [1775-09-11] North, Lord. [S4-V3-p0685] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Mayor, Aldermen, Bailiffs, and Common Council of Liverpool, to the King, expressing their abhorrence and detestation of all traitorous and rebellious distrubers of His Majesty's peace, and their readiness to discourage all such illegal proceedings. [1775-09-11] Wilkes, John, Mayor of London. [S4-V3-p0686] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee for Amelia County, Virginia, assure their friends of the lower Counties, that if they find it necessary to quit their habitations, they and their families will be received with the utmost cordiality. [1775-09-11] Virginia, Amelia County Committee. [S4-V3-p0686] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Meeting of the Committees of the several Counties of Williamsburgh District. Appoint Officers for one Company of Regulars, and for one Regiment of Minute-Men, consisting of ten Companies. [1775-09-11] Virginia, Williamsburgh Committee. [S4-V3-p0687] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Sept. 12. [1775-09-12] Virginia, Williamsburgh Committee. [S4-V3-p0687] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Meeting of Freeholders and Freemen of Prince George's County, Maryland. [1775-09-12] Lyon, Hugh. [S4-V3-p0688] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of Observation chosen for Prince George's County, in Maryland. [1775-09-12] Lyon, Hugh. [S4-V3-p0689] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Council of Safety for Delaware arrange the Militia of the several Counties in nine Battalions, and appoint Officers. [1775-09-11] Delaware Council of Safety. [S4-V3-p0689] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Acknowledgment and Declaration of Thomas Smith to the Committee for Bucks County, Pennsylvania. [1775-09-11] Wynkoop, Henry. [S4-V3-p0690] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Militia Officers of three Companies in Huntington, Suffolk County, New-York. [1775-09-11] Wickes, Thomas. [S4-V3-p0690] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee for Westchester County, New-York, to the Provincial Congress. [1775-09-11] Drake, Gilbert. [S4-V3-p0690] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Field-Officers nominated by the Committee for Westchester County, New-York. [1775-09-11] New-York, Westchester County Committee. [S4-V3-p0691] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers chosen in the several Districts of the South Battalion of Westchester County. [1775-09-11] New-York, Westchester County Committee. [S4-V3-p0691] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers chosen in the several Districts of the Middle Battalion. [1775-09-11] New-York, Westchester County Committee. [S4-V3-p0691] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers in the North Battalion. [1775-09-11] New-York, Westchester County Committee. [S4-V3-p0692] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Recantation of William Wheten. [1775-09-11] Wheton, William. [S4-V3-p0692] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers for the Minute-Men and Regulars elected by the Cornminces for the Counties of Spottsylvania, Caroline, Stafford, and King George, in Virginia. [1775-09-12] Dick, Alexander. [S4-V3-p0692] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of Observation chosen for the County of Anne Arundell, in Maryland. [1775-09-14] Maryland, Anne Arundel County Committee of Observation. [S4-V3-p0693] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of Correspondence, and Committee for licensing Suits, appointed in Anne Arundel County, Maryland. [1775-09-13] Maryland, Anne Arundel County Committee. [S4-V3-p0693] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of Correspondence chosen by the Inhabitants of Calvert County, Maryland. [1775-09-12] Maryland, Anne Arundel County Committee. [S4-V3-p0694] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Sept. 18. [1775-09-18] Maryland, Anne Arundel County Committee. [S4-V3-p0694] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee for Observation chosen for the Lower District of Frederick County, Maryland. [1775-09-16] Maryland, Frederick County Committee of Observation. [S4-V3-p0694] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of Observation for Charles County, Maryland. [1775-09-12] Maryland, Charles County Committee. [S4-V3-p0694] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee for Charles County approve the Proceedings of the Convention. [1775-09-27] Maryland, Charles County Committee. [S4-V3-p0695] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers of the Militia for the Lower Precinct of Orange County, New-York. [1775-09-12] New-York, Orange County Militia. [S4-V3-p0695] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Militia Officers for Beekman's Precinct, Ulster County, New-York. [1775-09-12] New-York, Ulster County Militia. [S4-V3-p0696] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers of John Bedell's Company of Militia, Dutchess County, New-York, Names of the persons opposed to the measures recommended by Congress for the regulation of the Militia, in John Bedel's Company. [1775-09-12] New-York, Dutchess County Militia. [S4-V3-p0696] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Morey to the New-Hampshire Committee of Safety. [1775-09-12] Morey, Israel, Colonel. [S4-V3-p0697] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Troops march from New-Hampshire to join General Schuyler. [1775-09-12] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0697] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders from the Committee of Safety of South-Carolina to Colonel Moultrie, to proceed to James's Island, with as much secrecy as possible, and take possession of Fort Johnson. [1775-09-13] South-Carolina, Council of Safety. [S4-V3-p0697] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders by Colonel Moultrie. [1775-09-14] Moultrie, William, Colonel. [S4-V3-p0698] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders by Colonel Moultrie. [1775-09-15] Moultrie, William, Colonel. [S4-V3-p0698] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders by Colonel Moultrie. [1775-09-15] Moultrie, William, Colonel. [S4-V3-p0698] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders by Colonel Moultrie. [1775-09-15] Moultrie, William, Colonel. [S4-V3-p0698] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Declaration by William Henry Drayton, at Ninety-Six, showing the terms and conditions upon which those opposed to the liberties of America may enjoy peace and safety. [1775-09-13] Drayton, William Henry. [S4-V3-p0698] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers of the Militia for Gloucester County, Virginia. [1775-09-13] Virginia, Glouchester County Militia. [S4-V3-p0700] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Notice by the Commissioners appointed by the Convention of Virginia to the manufacture of Small Arms. [1775-09-13] Virginia, Convention. [S4-V3-p0700] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address to the Freemen of the Province of Pennsylvania. [1775-09-13] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0700] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

New-York Committee appoint a Committee to call on every Merchant and Shopkeeper, who have sold Pins at an extravagant price, and to inform them that they must, in future, sell them at a moderate profit. [1775-09-13] New-York Committee. [S4-V3-p0702] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Application of William Ritchie to the New-York Committee of Safety, for permission to employ a small Vessel to convey Provisions to the Camp. [1775-09-13] Ritchie, William. [S4-V3-p0702] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Beverly Robinson to Zephaniah Platt. Declined receiving commission offered him. [1775-09-13] Robinson, Beverly. [S4-V3-p0702] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Tryon County (New-York) Committee to the Provincial Congress. [1775-09-13] Herchkeimer, Nicholas. [S4-V3-p0702] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report of Dennis Getchall, dated September 13. [1775-09-13] Reed, Joseph, Colonel. [S4-V3-p0961] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Tonyn to General Gage, giving him an account of the state of affairs in Florida, Georgia, and South-Carolina. [1775-09-14] Tonyn, Patrick, Governour of East Florida. [S4-V3-p0703] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Tonyn to Vice-Admiral Graves. [1775-09-14] Tonyn, Patrick, Governour of East Florida. [S4-V3-p0706] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Meeting for Sufferings of the Quakers, in New-York, to the Committee, declining to comply with their request, to furnish a list of all the Males of their Society from sixteen to fifty years of age. [1775-09-14] New-York, New-York Quakers. [S4-V3-p0707] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers chosen for the Militia in the Precinct of Goshen, in Orange County, New-York. [1775-09-14] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0707] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers commissioned in the First Regiment in New-York. [1775-09-14] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0708] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Rogers to the New-York Congress. [1775-09-14] Rogers, James, Colonel. [S4-V3-p0708] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from an Officers in the New-York Forces, near Ticonderoga. The head of Captain Baker was severed from his body and fixed upon a pole, at St. John's, where it now remains. [1775-09-14] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0709] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Cooke to General Washington. This is the time to exert ourselves in sending to Europe for Powder, the Vessels would return in the winter, when the enemy's Ships are unable to cruise on the coast: Captain Whipple sailed on Tuesday, with instructions to cruise fourteen days off Sandy-Hook for the Packet, with the mail from England, and then to proceed to Bermuda. [1775-09-14] Cooke, Nicholas, Governour of Rhode-Island. [S4-V3-p0709] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Connecticut Committee of Safety: Order the Companies required by General Washington to be sent to the camp, Other Men to be raised in the Colony, for the defence of Stonington and New-London, and c., Order half a ton of Powder to be sent to General Washington, instead of the ton previously ordered, Declined entering into the plan proposed by Rhode-Island, of sending to Europe for Powder, Officers of the Armed Brig Minerva commissioned, The Prisoners lately driven into New-London by stress of weather, with a Vessel piratically taken by Captain Wallace, of the Rose, man-of-war, to be exchanged for certain persons injuriously taken by Wallace, in a boat, in New-London Harbor, One hundred and fifty pounds of Powder to be delivered to Captain Niles, of the Armed Boat Spy. [1775-09-14] Connecticut, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0710] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

List of persons now in Boston Jail, and who have died there for being friends to their country. [1775-09-14] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0712] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Dr. Church to General Sullivan. [1775-09-14] Church, Benjamin. [S4-V3-p0712] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Cambridge to a Gentleman in New-York. The detachment under Colonel Arnold set off for Canada yesterday, we expect to hear in a few weeks of his being in possession of Quebeck. [1775-09-14] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0713] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Earl of Dartmouth to General Howe. Ten thousand stand of Arms are forwarded, in consequence of a letter from Governour Martin, who says that with a small force and a large supply of arms he could reduce the rebellious subjects in North and South-Carolina, and the Colony of Virginia. [1775-09-15] Legge, William, Earl of Dartmouth. [S4-V3-p0713] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from John Stuart to General Gage, giving an account of the state of Indian affairs in the Southern Department, and of his efforts to conciliate them. [1775-09-15] Stuart, John, Colonel. [S4-V3-p0714] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extract of a Letter. [1775-09-15] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0716] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address from James Stewart to the People of Virginia. [1775-09-15] Stewart, James. [S4-V3-p0716] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of the inhabitants of the Precinct of Lower Yonkers, in Westchester County, New-York, to the Provincial Congress. [1775-09-15] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0716] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

John Hancock to Lewis Morris and James Wilson. [1775-09-15] Hancock, John. [S4-V3-p0717] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Arthur St. Clair to Governour Penn, The Indians have not yet come in to make the treaty with the Commissioners, in the meantime a hundred men marched here from Winchester, and have taken possession of Fort Pitt. [1775-09-15] St. Clair, Arthur. [S4-V3-p0717] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Concession of Luke Raymond, and others, at Stamford, Connecticut. [1775-09-15] Raymond, Luke. [S4-V3-p0718] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Cooke to General Washington. [1775-09-15] Cooke, Nicholas, Governour of Rhode-Island. [S4-V3-p0718] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Trumbull to General Washington. His peremptory requisition is fully complied with, the new levies will soon be at the Camp, though other men must be raised for the security of New-London, Stonington, New-Haven, and Lyme. [1775-09-15] Trumbull, Jonathan, Governour of Connecticut. [S4-V3-p0718] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from London to a Gentleman in New-York. The Ministry, impressed with the necessity of removing the Troops from Boston, after repeated councils to determine where they should be stationed, have referred it to the Commanding Officers in Boston: Emissaries are busy throughout the Kingdom in procuring signers to Addresses to the King, praying him to proceed in cutting the throats of his American subjects. [1775-09-16] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0719] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Articles of Neutrality agreed upon and signed, at the Camp near Ninety-Six, by William Henry Drayton, Commissioner appointed by the Council of Safety of South-Carolina, and Col. Thomas Fletchall and others, Deputies from a number of the people living between Broad and Saluda Rivers. [1775-09-16] Drayton, William Henry. [S4-V3-p0720] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from William H. Drayton to the Council of Safety for South-Carolina, recommending them to make hostages of the Governour and the Officers: to do this is not more dangerous than what has been done, and our situation is utterly precarious while he is at liberty. [1775-09-17] Drayton, William Henry. [S4-V3-p0721] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee for Elizabeth City County and Town of Hampton, Virginia, to Capt. Squire, in reply to his Letter of the 10th instant. Upon his delivering up all the Slaves on board his vessel to their owners, and the property he has seized, they will restore the vessel he claims. [1775-09-16] Virginia, Elizabeth City Committee of Correspondence. [S4-V3-p0722] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Thanks of the Committee to Major Innes for his prompt march to their assistance on the alarm occasioned by the threats in the insolent Letters of a certain Matthew Squire, Commander of His Majesty's Ship the Otter. [1775-09-16] Curle, W. R. W, Chaiman. [S4-V3-p0723] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers of a Minute Company in Cornwall, Orange County, New-York. [1775-09-16] Marvin, Elihu. [S4-V3-p0723] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from an Officer at Isle-aux-Noix to a Gentleman in New-York. Movements of the Army since the 2nd instant. [1775-09-16] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0723] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from John Wetherhead to the New-York Committee of Safety, denying the charges against him, that he had informed Captain Vandeput of the intention to remove the Guns from the Battery on the 23rd of August, and of purchasing Provisions to be sent to Boston. [1775-09-17] Wetherhead, John. [S4-V3-p0724] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to a Gentleman in New-York from an Officer at Isle-aux-Noix. The Army will move for St. John's tomorrow. The Savages appear barbarous to the last degree, they dug up our dead, and mangled them in the most shocking manner. [1775-09-17] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0726] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Quebec. The accounts are that the Continental Troops are laying siege to St. John's. Persons here are employed in collecting Canadians to take up arms, but they have met with little or no success. [1775-09-17] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0726] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

New-Castle (Delaware) Committee reject the Petition of Charles McKenzie to load for a foreign Port. [1775-09-18] Delaware, Newcastle Committee. [S4-V3-p0726] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Return of Militia Officers. [1775-09-18] New-York, Ulster County Committee. [S4-V3-p0726] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Intelligence received by the Congress of the operations of the Army under General Schuyler. [1775-09-18] Schuyler, Philip, Major-General. [S4-V3-p0727] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Quebeck to a Gentleman in Philadelphia. The British and Canadian Militia here consist of about eleven hundred men, the greater part dissatisfied with the conduct of the Government. [1775-09-18] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0728] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to Governour Cooke. Captain Whipple's expedition to Bermuda for Powder may be suspended. The voyage to Bayonne is approved and recommended. [1775-09-18] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0728] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committees of several Towns, convened at Bellingham, Massachusetts, declare Captain Edward Clarke, of Rutland, for purchasing and selling Tea, contrary to the Association, is an enemy to American Liberty, and ought to be treated as such. [1775-09-18] Massachusetts, Bellingham Committee. [S4-V3-p0729] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Addresses presented. [1775-09-19] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0729] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Mayor, Recorder, and Aldermen of the Town of Kingston-upon-Hull, to the King, declaring their abhorrence of the unnatural rebellion which prevails in some of of His Majesty's Colonies in North-America. [1775-09-19] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0729] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Gentlemen, Clergy, Merchants, and principal Inhabitants of the Town of Kingston-upon-Hull, to the King, expressing the hope that His Majesty's wise and resolute proceedings against his rebellious subjects in America will bring them to a sense of their duty and submission to the laws of their Mother Country. [1775-09-26] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0730] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Guild or Brotherhood of Masters and Pilots, Seamen of the Trinity-House of Kingston-upon-Hull, to the King, assuring His Majesty that, as far as they are able, they will assist him in bringing the unhappy and deluded People of the Colonies, now in open rebellion, to a sense of their allegiance. [1775-09-23] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0730] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolutions of the Philadelphia Committee, declaring that no person or persons ought to inflict punishment on any one on a suspicion of violating the Continental Association, and that no one has a right to the protection of a community or society he wishes to destroy. [1775-09-19] Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Committee of Correspondence. [S4-V3-p0731] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-York Committee of Safety, to the Continental Congress, requesting commissions for the Officers. [1775-09-19] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0732] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-York Committee of Safety to the Continental Congress, enclosing plans and estimates for the Fortifications in the Highlands, and their Correspondence with General Wooster, who declines sending any of his Troops to assist in erecting the Fortifications. [1775-09-19] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0732] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Mr. Roman's estimates of the expense of erecting the Fortifications. [1775-09-18] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0733] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report of Mr. Romans to the Committee of Safety of New-York, with Plans and Descriptions of the Fortifications, Plan of Hudson River, from Cook's Island to Butter-Hill, Plan of the Works already erected and to be erected near Martelaer's Rock, Plans marked No. 1 and No. 2, Plan marked No. 3. [1775-09-14] Romans, B. [S4-V3-p0735] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolution of the Committee of Safety, September 13, directing General Wooster to send a full Company of the Troops under his command to assit in erecting the Fortifications in the Highlands. [1775-09-13] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0734] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Wooster to the Committee of Safety, September 15. Cannot disperse his Troops without the order of General Washington, or the Continental Congress. [1775-09-15] Wooster, David, General. [S4-V3-p0734] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Safety to General Wooster, September 16, enclosing the order of the Continental Congress. [1775-09-16] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0735] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolution of Congress of June 16, 1775, placing the Connecticut Troops under the direction of the New-York Provincial Congress. [1775-06-16] McKesson, John. [S4-V3-p0734] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Wooster to the Committee of Safety, September 17. No Provincial Congress can interfere in the disposition of the Continental Troops, much less control the orders of any General Officer. He will with alacrity obey any lawful summons. [1775-09-17] Wooster, David, General. [S4-V3-p0735] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

New-York Committee: Recommend to the Friends in this City to raise a contribution for the support of the Poor. [1775-09-19] New-York Committee. [S4-V3-p0736] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Persons recommended to be added to the Committee. [1775-09-21] New-York Committee. [S4-V3-p0736] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Guert Spt. De Wint to the New-York Committee of Safety. [1775-09-19] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0736] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Thomas Hazard to the New-York Committee of Safety, with nominations of Field-Officers for the Second Independent Battalion of New-York. [1775-09-19] Hazard, Thomas. [S4-V3-p0737] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Tryon County Committee to the New-York Congress, with a Return of Officers for the Battalions in Tryon County. [1775-09-19] New-York, Tryon County Committee. [S4-V3-p0737] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to the President of Congress, giving an account of the movements and condition of the Northern Army. [1775-09-19] Schuyler, Philip, Major-General. [S4-V3-p0738] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter of intelligence from James Livingston to General Schuyler, dated St. Terese, September 8. [1775-09-08] Livingston, James. [S4-V3-p0740] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Schuyler's Instructions to Colonel Ritzema, on his going into Canada, dated Isle-aux-Noix, September 13. [1775-09-10] Schuyler, Philip, Major-General. [S4-V3-p0740] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Account of the maneuvers and movements of the Army in Canada, under General Montgomery. [1775-09-10] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0741] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

After General Orders, dated Camp at Isle-aux-Noix, September 13. [1775-09-13] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0742] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report by Colonel Ethan Allen, to General Schuyler, of the situation of affairs in Canada, according to his most painful discovery, September 14. [1775-09-06] Allen, Ethan. [S4-V3-p0742] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letters from James Livingston to General Schuyler, from near Chambly, below St. John's. [1775-09] Livingston, James. [S4-V3-p0743] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Col. Joseph Reed to Major French. Is directed by the General to inform him that his detention is both justifiable and proper. While the term Rebel sanctifies every species of cruelty and perfidy against the Americans, he cannot enlarge those who conceive it their duty to act as the instruments of our ruin. [1775-09-19] Reed, Joseph, Colonel. [S4-V3-p0744] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Permit by General Washington, to Messrs. Clark and Nightingale, of Providence, to clear out a Vessel for the purpose of procuring Powder. [1775-09-19] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0744] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Mayor, Aldermen, Burgesses, and principal Inhabitants of the Town and County of Poole, to the King. They are deeply affected to find that their fellow-subjects in America still hold out an obstinate resistance to the legislative authority of this Kingdom. [1775-09-20] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0744] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Tonyn to General Gage, giving him an account of the state of affairs in Florida. [1775-09-20] Tonyn, Patrick, Governour of East Florida. [S4-V3-p0745] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Lord William Campbell, Governour of South-Carolina, to General Gage. The Province has for some time been in a state of open rebellion. After undergoing many mortifications and insults, he has been obliged to take refuge on board the Tamar, man-of-war, and leave the Officers of the Crown, disarmed and confined in Charlestown. [1775-09-20] Campbell, William, Lord, Governour of South-Carolina. [S4-V3-p0745] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Account of the proceedings of Captain Squire, of the Otter, at and near Hampton, Virginia. [1775-09-20] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0746] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Explanation of the Devices on the Continental Bills of Credit. [1775-10-20] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0746] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the President of Congress to the Committee of Safety of New-York, directing them immediately to send forward the whole of the Troops ordered to be raised in the Colony, to join General Schuyler. [1775-09-20] Hancock, John. [S4-V3-p0749] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the President of Congress to General Wooster, directing him immediately to march to Albany, and there await the orders of General Schuyler. [1775-09-20] Hancock, John. [S4-V3-p0749] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the President of Congress to General Schuyler. His taking possession of Isle-aux-Noix meets the approbation of Congress, and they have such a sense of the importance of that post, as to wish it may not be abandoned without the most pressing necessity. Re-enforcements have been ordered to join him, and the Congress will spare neither men nor money to support him. [1775-09-20] Hancock, John. [S4-V3-p0749] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-York Delegates in Continental Congress to the Committee of Safety. They are not without hopes of being able to obtain permission for the Merchants in New-York to dispose of their Tea. [1775-09-20] New-York Delegates, Continental Congress. [S4-V3-p0750] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-Hampshire Delegates in the Continental Congress to the Committee of Safety. The Congress has ordered the discharge of Colonel Fenlon from his confinement, with permission to depart for Great Britain or Ireland. [1775-09-20] New-Hampshire Delegates, Continental Congress. [S4-V3-p0750] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers for Pawling's Precinct, Dutchess County, New-York. [1775-09-20] New-York, Dutchess County Committee. [S4-V3-p0750] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers for Pawling's Precinct, Dutchess County, New-York. [1775-09-20] New-York, Dutchess County Committee. [S4-V3-p0751] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to Governour Trumbull. The Army is now besieging St. John's, from which place all the Savages have retired, at the request, probably, of the Six Nations, who have sent Deputies to Canada for that purpose. [1775-09-20] Schuyler, Philip, Major-General. [S4-V3-p0751] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to Gen. Washington, giving him an account of the operations of the Army. [1775-09-20] Schuyler, Philip, Major-General. [S4-V3-p0751] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Ethan Allen to General Montgomery. Has two hundred Canadians with him, his object is to assist in taking St. John's. That place taken, the county is ours, if not taken, all other achievements will profit but little. [1775-09-20] Allen, Ethan. [S4-V3-p0754] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Council of Safety of South Carolina to William H. Drayton. [1775-09-21] South-Carolina, Council of Safety. [S4-V3-p0754] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from William Henry Drayton to Robert Cunningham. Regrets to learn that Mr. Cunningham does not consider himself included in the Articles of Neutrality. [1775-09-21] Drayton, William Henry. [S4-V3-p0755] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Robert Cunningham to Mr. Drayton, in reply, dated Page's Creek, October 6. He does not consider himself bound by the articles signed by Mr. Fletchall. [1775-10-06] Cunningham, Robert. [S4-V3-p0755] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Remarks on the conduct of Lord Dunmore and the Captains of the British Men of War, at Norfolk, Virginia. [1775-09-21] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0755] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Note from "Thousands," condemning the Mayor of Norfolk, for his conduct in regard to the British. [1775-09-21] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0756] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Defence of the Mayor by the Virginia Gazette. [1775-09-21] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0757] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Order from the Virginia Committee of Safety, directing the Commissary of each District to provide for the Battalion thereof a Flag, with the motto, "Virginia for Constitutional Liberty". [1775-09-21] Virginia, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0757] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of Safety also recommends to the Committees of the several Counties to collect the publick Arms, and elect their Militia Officers, that the Militia may be embodied as soon as possible. [1775-09-21] Virginia, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0757] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Albany to New-York Committee of Safety. [1775-09-21] New-York, Albany Committee of Correspondence. [S4-V3-p0757] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-York Delegates in Continental Congress to the Committee of Safety, desiring to know the number of Men raised, and the quantity of Powder in the Colony, and what progress is made in erecting the Fortifications in the Highlands. [1775-09-21] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0757] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition from the Officers of several Battalions and Companies in the City of New-York, to the Committee of Safety. [1775-09-21] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0758] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Charlotte County to the Provincial Congress, recommending Officers for one of the two Districts into which the County has been divided. [1775-09-21] New-York, Charlotte County Committee. [S4-V3-p0758] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to Governour Trumbull, in reply to his Letter of the 15th instant. [1775-09-21] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0759] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to the Continental Congress. The Connecticut and Rhode-Island Troops are engaged to the first of December, only, and none of the Army longer then to the 1st of January, a dissolution of the Army will therefore take place, unless some early provision is made to prevent it: various suggestions made for the better regulation of the Army. [1775-09-21] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0760] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolution of the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts, establishing the Pay of the Artillery, May 12, 1775. [1775-05-12] Massachusetts, Provincial Congress. [S4-V3-p0762] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition from the Subalterns of the Army to General Washington, respecting their pay. [1775-09] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0763] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Route to be pursued by the detachment for Canada, from the Kennebeck River to Quebeck. [1775-09] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0763] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Reed to Colonel Arnold, dated September 20. [1775-09-20] Reed, Joseph, Colonel. [S4-V3-p0763] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Manifesto by General Washington to the Inhabitants of Canada. [1775-09] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0764] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders by General Washington to Colonel Benedict Arnold, Commander of the Detachment of the Continental Army destined against Quebeck, September 14. [1775-09-14] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0765] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Instructions by General Washington to Colonel Arnold, September 14. [1775-09-14] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0765] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to Major and Brigadier-Generals, requesting their opinions on a proposed attack upon the enemy in Boston, September 8. [1775-09-08] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0767] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Opinion of a Council of War on the proposed attack on Boston. It was unanimously agreed that it was not expedient to make the attempt at present. September 11. [1775-09-11] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0768] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders by General Washington, Sept. 8. [1775-09-08] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0768] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders by General Washington, Sept. 9. [1775-09-09] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0769] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders by General Washington, Sept. 11. [1775-09-11] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0769] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders by General Washington, Sept. 13. [1775-09-13] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0769] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders by General Washington, Sept. 14. [1775-09-14] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0769] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders by General Washington, Sept. 15. [1775-09-15] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0769] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders by General Washington, Sept. 16. [1775-09-16] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0770] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders by General Washington, Sept. 17. [1775-09-17] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0770] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders by General Washington, Sept. 18. [1775-09-18] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0770] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders by General Washington, Sept. 20. [1775-09-20] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0770] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders by General Washington, Sept. 21. [1775-09-21] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0770] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Jedediah Huntington to Governour Trumbull. The Soldiers, in general, decline signing the Continental Articles of War, lest they should be detained thereby longer than the term of their first engagements. [1775-09-21] Huntington, Jedediah, Colonel. [S4-V3-p0771] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Wentworth to Theodore Atkinson. [1775-09-21] Wentworth, John, II, Governour of New-Hampshire. [S4-V3-p0771] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proclamation by Governour Wentworth, proroguing the meeting of the General Assembly of New-Hampshire, from the 28th of September, instant, to the 24th of April next. [1775-09-21] Wentworth, John, II, Governour of New-Hampshire. [S4-V3-p0771] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Provost, Magistrates, and Council of the ancient Burgh of Irvine, to the King: They abhor the rebellious disposition of His Majesty's American subjects, and how many brave sailors willing to assist His Majesty and the laws, in reducing the unnatural and unprovoked rebellion. [1775-09-22] Montgomerie, Alexander. [S4-V3-p0771] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Gentlemen, Clergy, Merchants, and Traders of Liverpool, to the King, declaring their detestation of the open and daring contempt shown to the legal authority of the realm, by some of His Majesty's deluded and rebellious subjects in America. [1775-09-22] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0772] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Note on the Addresses. The general sense of the People can by no means be inferred from them. [1775-09-22] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0772] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Earl of Dartmouth to General Howe. There is the fullest evidence of an open and declared war, on the part of the twelve Associated Colonies, and they must be proceeded against with the utmost rigour, as the open and avowed enemies of the state. [1775-09-22] Legge, William, Earl of Dartmouth. [S4-V3-p0773] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Powder and Arms secreted by Governour Martin, in the Palace Garden, at Newbern, discovered. [1775-09-22] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0773] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from William Maclay to Mr. Shippen, complaining of the intrusion of the Connecticut Settlers at Wyoming, in extending their Settlements southward into Pennsylvania. [1775-09-22] Maclay, William. [S4-V3-p0773] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers of Minute-Men in Southeast Precinct, Dutchess County, New-York, Sept. 22. [1775-09-22] New-York, Dutchess County Committee. [S4-V3-p0774] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers of Minute-Men in Southeast Precinct, Dutchess County, New-York, Sept. 26. [1775-09-26] New-York, Dutchess County Committee. [S4-V3-p0774] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Connecticut Committee of Safety. [1775-09-22] Connecticut, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0774] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Provost, Magistrates, and Town Council of Montrose, to the King. They regret the folly and condemn the obstinacy and ingratitude of the Colonies, and are much concerned that they are so deluded as to rise up in arms against the Mother Country. [1775-09-23] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0775] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Notice by Archibald Cockburn, Sheriff Deputy of the Sheriffdom of Edinburgh, that he will, as far as he can, prevent the removal of any persons from Scotland to America. [1775-09-23] Cockburn, Archibald. [S4-V3-p0776] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Patrick Henry, Commander-in-Chief of the Virginia Forces, arrived at Williamsburgh. [1775-09-23] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0776] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of Observation appointed for Baltimore County, Maryland. [1775-09-26] Maryland, Baltimore Committee of Observation. [S4-V3-p0776] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Adam Stephen to Richard Henry Lee, informing him of the hostile movements of the Indians. [1775-09-23] Stephen, Adam. [S4-V3-p0776] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee chosen by the Inhabitants of Great Neck, Cow Neck, and c., separate from the Township of Hempstead, Queen's County, New-York. [1775-09-23] New-York, Queen's County Committee of Correspondence. [S4-V3-p0777] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-York Committee of Safety to the Continental Congress. The insurmountable difficulty of procuring Arms the only reason that any of their Troops have been delayed. [1775-09-23] New-York Committee. [S4-V3-p0777] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers of the Minute-Men and Militia, in New-Windsor Precinct, Ulster County, New-York. [1775-09-23] Brewster, Samuel. [S4-V3-p0778] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers of the Minute-Men and Militia, in New-Windsor Precinct, Ulster County, New-York. [1775-09-23] Brewster, Samuel. [S4-V3-p0778] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Wooster to the President of Congress. Will immediately proceed with his Troops to Albany, and wait there for the orders of General Schuyler. [1775-09-23] Wooster, David, General. [S4-V3-p0778] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Joseph Trumbull to Eliphalet Dyer, informing him of the necessity there is for an immediate supply of money at the Camp. [1775-09-23] Trumbull, Joseph. [S4-V3-p0778] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Greene to General Sullivan. [1775-09-23] Greene, Nathaniel, General. [S4-V3-p0779] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Major Bedel to the New-Hampshire Committee of Safety. Is encamped within a mile of St. John's, and everything prospers well. [1775-09-23] Bedel, Major. [S4-V3-p0779] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Sullivan to the New-Hampshire Committee of Safety. The New-Hampshire Troops are suffering for their pay, all the other Colonies have paid theirs: this has caused much complaint, and if not attended to immediately will operate to the injury of the service. [1775-09-23] Sullivan, John, General. [S4-V3-p0779] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

The Address from Halifax to the King was got up by a few persons, when most of the Representatives were absent, and has produced great indignation in the Province: Two tons of Tea, which arrived yesterday from Bristol, were committed to the sea, by the Liberty Boys. [1775-09-23] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0780] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Montgomery to General Schuyler. [1775-09-24] Montgomery, Richard, General. [S4-V3-p0840] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Gates to Dr. Church, urging him to remain in the service. [1775-09-24] Gates, Horatio, General. [S4-V3-p0780] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Varnum to General Sullivan. [1775-09-24] Varnum, Colonel. [S4-V3-p0781] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Cambridge to a Gentleman in Philadelphia. [1775-09-24] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0781] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Gentlemen, Clergy, Traders, and principal Inhabitants of Coventry, to the King. They have observed with the deepest concern that the patrons of sedition have at length produced an actual rebellion among the unhappy Colonies in America, a rebellion the most atrocious, because altogether unprovoked. [1775-09-25] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0781] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Mayor, Aldermen and Common Council of the City of Exeter, to the King. They behold with infinite concern the unhappy difference between England and the Colonies, where a most unjustifiable resistance hath been made to His Majesty's arms. [1775-09-25] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0782] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Magistrates and Council of the Burgh of Kirkcudbright to the King. They observe with concern and indignation the influence of the daring spirit of licentiousness upon His Majesty's American subjects, now in a state of actual rebellion, a rebel lion as wicked and flagitious as it is unprovoked and ungrateful. [1775-09-25] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0783] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Justises of Middlesex to the King. They seek in vain for the motives of the unnatural rebellion in North-America, into which, not less by the artifices of a disappointed and impotent faction, than their own aversion to our religious and civil Constitution, they have been precipitated. [1775-09-26] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0783] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Meeting of the Freeholders of Middlesex, at the Mile-End Assembly-Room, convened to consider the critical and alarming state of the country, Instructions from the Freeholders of Middlesex to John Wilkes and John Glynn, Knights of the Shire for the County, Letter from the Freeholders of Middlesex to the Freeholders of Great Britain, Thanks to the Earl of Effingham, for having refused to draw his sword against his fellow subjects. [1775-09-26] England, Middlesex County Freeholders. [S4-V3-p0785] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from C. Shirreff to Major William Shirreff. We have long been threatened to be visited by our Georgia neighbours, and it is now expected they will put their scheme into execution, and burn the Barracks and Town of St. Augustine. [1775-09-25] Shirreff, C.. [S4-V3-p0788] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from C. Shirreff to General Robertson. State of affairs in Florida. [1775-09-25] Shirreff, C.. [S4-V3-p0788] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Provisions in the King's Stores at St. Augustine. [1775-09-21] Skinner, Alexander. [S4-V3-p0790] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Talk from the Hon. William Henry Drayton, one of the beloved men of South-Carolina, to the beloved men, Headmen and Warriors of the Cherokee Nation, at the Congarees. [1775-09-25] Drayton, William Henry. [S4-V3-p0790] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

List of the names and number of Towns, also, the number of Men in the Cherokee Nation, as furnished William Henry Drayton by R. Pearis. [1775-09-25] Drayton, William Henry. [S4-V3-p0793] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Sussex County (Virginia) Committee acquit Michael Blow of the charge against him of being inimical to the common cause of America. [1775-09-25] Peete, Thomas. [S4-V3-p0794] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Chester County (Pennsylvania) Committee declare their abhorrence of the imputation that they are aiming at an independency. They ardently wish for a reconciliation, on constitutional principles, with Great Britain. [1775-09-25] Wayne, Anthony. [S4-V3-p0794] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Chester County (Pennsylvania) Committee declare their abhorrence of the imputation that they are aiming at an independency. They ardently wish for a reconciliation, on constitutional principles, with Great Britain. [1775-09-25] Pennsylvania, Chester County Committee. [S4-V3-p0795] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

The Packet Boat from Amboy to New-York taken by the Asia, man-of-war, and Capt. Tiley, an officer of General Wooster's Regiment, detained a prisoner. [1775-09-25] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0795] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel McDougall to Col. Lasher, directing him to proceed with his Battalion to Jamaica, in Queen's County, and arrest the Tories and secure their arms. [1775-09-25] McDougall, Alexander, Colonel. [S4-V3-p0795] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Commissioners at the Highlands to the New-York Committee of Safety. They are of opinion that Mr. Romans's plan for the defence of the River is not sufficient, and complain that they were not consulted on the subject, before the plans and estimates were sent to the Continental Congress. [1775-09-25] New-York, Highland Commisioners. [S4-V3-p0795] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to the President of Congress. [1775-09-25] Schuyler, Philip, Major-General. [S4-V3-p0796] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Return of the Sick discharged by General Schuyler, from the 30th of July to the 25th of September. [1775-09-25] Schuyler, Philip, Major-General. [S4-V3-p0797] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Montgomery to General Schuyler, dated Camp near St. John's, September 19. [1775-09-19] Montgomery, Richard, General. [S4-V3-p0797] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report of the Deputies of the Six Nations of their mission to the Caughnawagas, made to General Schuyler, at Ticonderoga, September 24. [1775-09-24] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0798] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Substance of Letters received by Government from America, to the 25th of September, published in the London Gazette. [1775-11-04] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0798] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Capture of Colonel Ethan Allen by the British, at Montreal. [1775-10-20] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0800] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Colonel Allen's account of his capture and treatment by the British. [1775-09-25] Allen, Ethan. [S4-V3-p0799] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Ethan Allen to Col. Prescott. Is a prisoner, and in irons, and claims the treatment due to his rank and merit. [1775-09-25] Allen, Ethan. [S4-V3-p0801] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Rochester to the Council of Massachusetts-Bay. Their objections to the appointment of Enoch Hammond as a Justice of the Peace, for the County of Plymouth. [1775-09-25] Massachusetts, Rochester Committee. [S4-V3-p0802] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Arnold, at Fort Western, to General Washington, dated September 25. [1775-09-25] Arnold, Jonathan. [S4-V3-p0960] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Mayor, Aldermen, Burgesses, and Commonality of the Borough of Great Yarmouth, to the King. Express their abhorrence of the rebellion now carrying on in America, and make a tender of their lives and fortunes towards suppressing it. [1775-09-26] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0802] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Mayor, Justice, Aldermen, Capital, and Inferior Burgesses of the Borough and Town of Taunton, to the King. The machinations of men here, as well s in America, void of all principle, have driven headlong the Americans into a rebellion, which cowardice only prevents their joining in. [1775-09-22] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0803] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the principal Inhabitants and Manufacturers of the Borough and Town of Taunton to the King. Give His Majesty the most solemn assurances that they will be ready, on all occcasions, to sacrifice whatever is dear and valuable to them, to enable His Majesty to bring his rebellious subjects in America to a just sense of their duty. [1775-09-22] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0803] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition from the Inhabitants and Manufacturers of the Town of Taunton to the King. A war with the Colonies will be detrimental to His Majesty's dignity, to the Manufactories of this Town, and to the Trade and Navigation of the Kingdom. A reconciliation with them will save a great effusion of blood and expense of treasure -- subjects worthy of His Majesty's gracious consideration. [1775-09-26] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0803] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Meeting of the Supporters of the Bill of Rights, London. Recommend to the Members of the Society, who have seats in Parliament, to use their endearours to stop the war against America, and to oppose the imposition of any additional taxes for carrying on the war against America. [1775-09-26] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0804] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the President of Congress to General Washington, desiring him to consult his Officers on several points, presented for his consideration. [1775-09-26] Hancock, John. [S4-V3-p0804] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Richard Henry Lee to General Washington. [1775-09-26] Lee, Richard Henry. [S4-V3-p0805] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Samuel Adams to Elbridge Gerry. The eyes of friends and foes are fixed on our Province, and if jealousy or envy can sully its reputation, they will not miss the opportunity. Some of our military men have, I fear, disgraced us, every man, therefore, of real merit among them should be spoken of , as far as decency will permit, to their advantage. [1775-09-26] Adams, Samuel. [S4-V3-p0806] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Thomand Ball to Joseph Shippen, Jun. A party of Connecticut intruders, supposed to consist of three hundred men, are at Freeland's Mill, entrenching themselves. [1775-09-26] Ball, Thomand. [S4-V3-p0807] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of "Essex" to the Inhabitants of New-Jersey. [1775-09-26] Essex. [S4-V3-p0807] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to General Washington. [1775-09-26] Schuyler, Philip, Major-General. [S4-V3-p0808] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Cooke to General Washington. [1775-09-26] Cooke, Nicholas, Governour of Rhode-Island. [S4-V3-p0808] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Henry Ward to General Greene, with a Letter brought by a woman to Providence, in July last, to be delivered to Mr. Dudley or Captain Wallace. [1775-09-26] Ward, Artemas, General. [S4-V3-p0809] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Instructions by General Washington to the Wagon-Master General. [1775-09-26] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0809] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to the Committee of Hartford, Connecticut, recommending forbearance towards Major French and the persons with him. [1775-09-26] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0810] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Gen. Washington to Major French. He would be justified in making the condition of the Ministerial Officers in some degree dependant on their treatment of American Prisoners, but his disposition will not allow him to follow the unworthy example set by General Gage, to its fullest extent. [1775-09-26] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0810] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to General Spencer, on the Petitions signed by several Captains and Subalterns, objecting to the appointment of Mr. Huntington. [1775-09-26] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0811] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Confession of Tyler Dibble, of Stamford, Connecticut. [1775-09-26] Dibble, Tyler. [S4-V3-p0812] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Order by the King in Council, prohibiting the exportation of Saltpetre. [1775-09-27] Cottrell, Stephen. [S4-V3-p0812] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Mayor, Aldermen, and Burgesses of the Town of Beverly. Give this publick testimony of their abhorrence of the unnatural rebellion in His Majesty's American Colonies, as well as of those evil-minded men at home and abroad by whom it is principally promoted and abetted. [1775-09-27] Midgley, Joseph. [S4-V3-p0812] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolutions adopted at a Meeting of the Merchants of Bristol. [1775-09-27] England, Bristol Merchants. [S4-V3-p0813] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition from the Merchants, Traders, Manufacturers, and others, citizens of Bristol, to the King, against the measures adopted by Government for carrying on the war against the Colonies, Proceedings of the Mayor, and c., on preparing an Address to be presented to the King. [1775-09-28] England, Bristol Merchants. [S4-V3-p0814] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Narrative of facts and of the proceedings respecting an Address from the Inhabitants of Bristol. [1775-09-28] England, Bristol Inhabitants. [S4-V3-p0815] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition from the City of Bristol. [1775-09-28] England, Bristol Inhabitants. [S4-V3-p0816] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Mayor, Burgesses, Clergy, Freeholders, and Inhabitants of the City of Bristol, to the King. They hope that the loyalty which prevails here will soon convince their fellow-subjects in America of their error, and bring them back to a just sense of their duty and allegiance, which alone can restore them to His Majesty's favour. [1775-09-28] England, Bristol Inhabitants. [S4-V3-p0817] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from a Gentleman in London to a Friend in the country. A majority in both Houses of Parliament is devoted to the Minister. The landed interest is as ignorant as the trading interest is venal, hence the desire of the country gentlemen to tax America, and hence the Addresses of the Towns to pursue the war. [1775-09-27] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0818] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Council of Safety of South-Carolina to William Henry Drayton. [1775-09-27] South-Carolina, Council of Safety. [S4-V3-p0819] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Maryland to a Gentleman in Massachusetts. Opposition by the Tories to the People. [1775-09-28] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0819] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of Managers of the United Company of Philadelphia for promoting American Manufactures. [1775-09-28] Pennsylvania, Managers of United Philadelphia Company. [S4-V3-p0820] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address by the Privates of upwards of thirty Companies, belonging to the City and Districts of Philadelphia, containing their reasons for refusing to sign the Military Articles ordered by the Committee of Safety. [1775-09-27] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0821] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of Observation and Committee of Correspondence, elected by the Inhabitants of Northhampton County, Pennsylvania. [1775-09-27] Pennsylvania, Northampton County Committee of Correspondence. [S4-V3-p0823] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

James Smith, Judge of the Court of Common Pleas for Dutchess County, New-York, tarred and feathered, for acting in open contempt of the Resolves of the County Committee. [1775-09-27] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0823] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from John N. Bleecker to the New-York Congress. [1775-09-27] Bleecker, John N.. [S4-V3-p0823] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from James Livingston to General Montgomery, dated September 27. [1775-09-27] Livingston, James. [S4-V3-p0952] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Seth Warner to General Montgomery. [1775-09-27] Warner, Seth, Colonel. [S4-V3-p0953] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Memorial of the Company of Foot, raised in the Town of Worcester, to the Assembly of Massachusetts, praying that the Tories, now coming out of Boston, may not be permitted to return to Worcester. [1775-09-27] Smith, John. [S4-V3-p0823] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Mayor, and c., of the Borough of Warwick, to the King. Artful, designing, and seditious men, both at home and abroad, have so far succeeded, under the cloak of mock patriotism, as to incite many of His Majesty's American subjects to open rebellion, as Englishmen, they cannot refrain from declaring their abhorrence of the authors and abetters of such outrageous and traitorous proceedings. [1775-09-28] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0824] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Notice by the General Post-Office, London, that the regular mails to America will hereafter by stopped. [1775-09-28] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0825] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Henry Wisner to John Haring. [1775-09-28] Wisner, Henry. [S4-V3-p0825] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Henry Wisner to John Haring. [1775-09-30] Wisner, Henry. [S4-V3-p0826] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Wooster to General Washington. [1775-09-28] Wooster, David, General. [S4-V3-p0826] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee for Westchester County, New-York, direct that persons going to the Fort, now building in the Highlands, without a certificate of their being friends to the liberty of America, be arrested. [1775-09-28] New-York, Westchester County Committee. [S4-V3-p0826] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to the President of Congress. The Connecticut Troops have not been mustered. They made objections which, though not satisfactory to the General, he was under a necessity of yielding to. [1775-09-28] Schuyler, Philip, Major-General. [S4-V3-p0826] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Montgomery to General Schuyler, dated September 28. Has opened a Battery at St. John's, but has neither Men nor Ammunition to carry on any attack with success. [1775-09-28] Montgomery, Richard, General. [S4-V3-p0954] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Montgomery to General Schuyler, dated September 28. Informs him of the capture of Colonel Allen. [1775-09-28] Montgomery, Richard, General. [S4-V3-p0952] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Major Bedel to General Montgomery, dated September 28. [1775-09-28] Bedel, Major. [S4-V3-p0954] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Ticonderoga. [1775-09-24] Jacobus, Cornelis. [S4-V3-p0827] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-Hampshire Committee of Safety to General Sullivan, in reply to his Letter of the 23rd instant, complaining that the New-Hampshire Troops had not been paid. [1775-09-28] New-Hampshire, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0827] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Arnold, at Fort Western, to Nathaniel Tracy. [1775-09-28] Arnold, Benedict. [S4-V3-p0829] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Arnold, at Fort Western, to Colonel Enos, directing him to forward the Companies left behind as fast as possible, to follow the route of the Army, and join at Chaudiere Pond. [1775-09-29] Arnold, Benedict. [S4-V3-p0829] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Meeting of the Livery of London, Election of Lord Mayor. [1775-09-29] London Livery, England. [S4-V3-p0829] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Mayor. [1775-09-29] Wilkes, John, Mayor of London. [S4-V3-p0830] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Congress at Philadelphia, dated July 8, presented to the Lord Mayor and read, Ordered to be entered on the Records of the City. [1775-07-08] Continental Congress. [S4-V3-p0830] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address to the Electors of Great Britain. [1775-09-29] Great Britain, Inhabitants. [S4-V3-p0831] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Tonyn to General Gage. Recommends to the attention of General Gage, Colonel Kirkland, whose account of matters in Carolina will be satisfactory to him. [1775-09-29] Tonyn, Patrick, Governour of East Florida. [S4-V3-p0833] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from George Frederick Mulcaster to Gen. Grant, giving the general state of affairs in Florida, Georgia, and South-Carolina. [1775-09-29] Mulcaster, Frederick George. [S4-V3-p0834] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proclamation by Governour Tryon, further proroguing the meeting of the Assembly of New-York to the first day of November next. [1775-09-29] Tonyn, Patrick, Governour of East Florida. [S4-V3-p0838] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee for Westchester, New-York, to the Committee of Safety. They send for trial Godfrey Haines, a person who was accused and convicted before the Committee, of denying the authority and speaking contemptuously of the Congresses and the Committee of Westchester County. [1775-09-29] New-York, Westchester Committee. [S4-V3-p0838] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition of Eunice Purdy, as to the expressions used by Godfrey Haines. [1775-09-28] Purdy, Eunice. [S4-V3-p0839] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to the President of Congress. [1775-09-29] Schuyler, Philip, Major-General. [S4-V3-p0839] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Montgomery to General Schuyler. He has acquainted the Caughnawagas they may go to their hunting grounds, on the Lakes, whenever they please, and requests orders may be given that none molest them. [1775-09-24] Montgomery, Richard, General. [S4-V3-p0841] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to the New-York Congress. General Montgomery is besieging St. John's, but, from a deficiency in Artillery, the work goes on slowly. In great want of Powder. Several of the First New-York Regiment have deserted to the enemy, and Captain Motte, of the same corps, shamefully ran away from our Battery, when not one of the enemy was near him. [1775-09-29] Schuyler, Philip, Major-General. [S4-V3-p0841] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Trumbull to General Schuyler. Doubts the correctness of the information on which Mr. Lynch, a Member of the Congress, and recently from Ticonderoga, founds his statements with regard to the Connecticut Troops. Has written to Colonel Hinman for a true state of the facts. [1775-09-29] Trumbull, Jonathan, Governour of Connecticut. [S4-V3-p0841] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Cooke to General Washington. The packet sent out to countermand Captain Whipple's voyage to Bermuda did not see him. It is possible he has pursued his voyage. [1775-09-29] Cooke, Nicholas, Governour of Rhode-Island. [S4-V3-p0842] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to the Council of Masschusetts-Bay. Recommends to their attention an Oneida Chief, who is on a visit to the camp. His report to his Tribe, on his return, will have important consequences. [1775-09-28] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0842] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of the Field Officers of General Sullivan's Brigade to the New-Hampshire Committee of Safety, for permission for the General to fill up vacancies in the New-Hampshire Forces. [1775-09-29] Stark, John, Colonel. [S4-V3-p0842] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Arnold, at Fort Western, to Captain Farnsworth, directing him to forward, as fast as possible, Provisions, and c., to Fort Halifax. [1775-09-29] Arnold, Benedict. [S4-V3-p0843] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Provost, and c., of the City of Stirling, to the King. Sincerely regret that the peace of His Majesty's Dominions has been disturbed by a part of their infatuated fellow-subjects in the Colonies. [1775-09-30] Scotland, Wick Provost, Magistrates, and Common Council. [S4-V3-p0843] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Officers of the First Regiment of the Devonshire Militia to the King. None can hold in greater detestation than they do the unnatural behaviour of His Majesty's American subjects, and they are as ready to suppress the internal enemies of Great Britain as their gallant countrymen have been in asserting the just rights of the British Empire in America. [1775-09-30] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0844] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Gentlemen, and c., of the Burgh of Great-Yarmouth, to the King. They lament the misery and abhor the conduct of their deluded fellow-subjects in parts of His Majesty's American Colonies, who have plunged themselves into open rebellion. [1775-09-30] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0844] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from a Gentleman in Quebeck to his father in Ayrshire, Scotland. Mentions several slight engagements with the Rebels, since last May, in which they were always defeated, with little or no loss to His Majesty's Troops. [1775-09-30] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0845] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders to be Printed. [1775-10-02] South-Carolina, Charlestown General Committee. [S4-V3-p0845] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Message from the Charlestown (South-Carolina) Committee to the Governour, Lord William Campbell, expressing their regret at his retiring on board a King's Ship, and requesting his return to the City. [1775-09-29] South-Carolina, Charlestown General Committee. [S4-V3-p0846] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Reply of the Governour. He will not return to Charlestown till he can support the King's authority. The presumption of their address can only be equalled by the outrages which obliged him to take refuge on board the King's Ship. [1775-09-30] South-Carolina, Charlestown General Committee. [S4-V3-p0846] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Charlestown to Captain Thornborough. [1775-09-30] South-Carolina, Charlestown General Committee. [S4-V3-p0846] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Advertisement, by Rich'd Henderson and others, of the Lands in Transylvania, lately purchased from the Cherokees. [1775-09-30] Henderson, Richard. [S4-V3-p0847] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Mr. Holt's Printing-Office taken from Norfolk, on board one fo the British Ships, by order of Lord Dunmore. [1775-09-30] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0847] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the President of Congress to General Washington. Congress has appointed a Committee to repair to the Camp and confer with him. [1775-09-30] Hancock, John. [S4-V3-p0847] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the President of Congress to Governour Trumbull, informing him of the appointment of a Committee to confer with General Washington, and requesting him to meet with the Committee. [1775-09-30] Hancock, John. [S4-V3-p0848] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Instructions to the Committee appointed by the Congress to repair immediately to Cambridge, to confer with General Washington. [1775-09-30] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0848] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Memorial from the Committee for the County of Cumberland, in New-Jersey, to the Continental Congress, requesting they may be supplied with some Powder for their defence, as they are without ammunition, defenceless, and exposed to the depredations of Ministerial robbers. [1775-09-30] New-Jersey, Cumberland County Committee. [S4-V3-p0849] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Hendrick Fisher to the New-York Committee of Safety. [1775-09-30] Fisher, Hendrick. [S4-V3-p0850] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from John McDonald to the New-York Congress, with an account of his examination of a Lead Mine in Newburgh. [1775-09-30] McDonald, John. [S4-V3-p0850] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Thomas Palmer to the New-York Congress, offering them permission to work his Lead Mine for a small profit. [1775-09-30] Palmer, Thomas. [S4-V3-p0850] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Return of Officers for Goshen, Orange County, New-York. [1775-09-30] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0851] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Return of Officers for Goshen, Orange County, New-York. [1775-09-30] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0851] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Return of Officers for Goshen, Orange County, New-York. [1775-10-16] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0851] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers for Northeast Precinct of Marlborough, Ulster County, New-York. [1775-09-30] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0851] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

The Tories in Fairfield, Connecticut, disarmed. [1775-09] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0851] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to the President of Congress, recommending to their attention the Rev. Mr. Kirkland, who has rendered the country great service. [1775-09-30] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0852] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Kirkland. [1775-09-05] Continental Congress. [S4-V3-p0854] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Return of the Army of the United Colonies, at Cambridge, September 23. [1775-09-23] Gates, Horatio, General. [S4-V3-p0853] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Return of the Regiment of Artillery in the service of the United Colonies, commanded by Richard Gridley, September 23. [1775-09-23] Gridley, Richard. [S4-V3-p0853] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Return of Major John Crane's Company, of the Train of Artillery, of the Rhode-Island Forces, October 1. [1775-10-01] Gates, Horatio, General. [S4-V3-p0854] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proposals by Richard Gridley, to General Washington, for casting Ordnance. [1775-09-30] Gridley, Richard. [S4-V3-p0854] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders by General Washington, Sept. 22. [1775-09-22] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0855] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders by General Washington, Sept. 24. [1775-09-24] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0855] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders by General Washington, Sept. 24. [1775-09-24] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0856] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders by General Washington, Sept. 25. [1775-09-25] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0856] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders by General Washington, Sept. 26. [1775-09-26] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0857] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders by General Washington, Sept. 27. [1775-09-27] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0857] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders by General Washington, Sept. 28. [1775-09-28] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0857] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders by General Washington, Sept. 29. [1775-09-29] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0857] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders by General Washington, Sept. 30. [1775-09-30] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0857] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

List of the Colonels of the several Regiments raised by the Colony of Mssachusetts-Bay, and where stationed. [1775-09-30] Kneeland, John. [S4-V3-p0858] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Return of the Field and Staff Officers belonging to the Twenty-Seventh Regiment of Foot, in the service of the United Colonies. [1775-09-30] Bridge, Ebenezer. [S4-V3-p0858] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Not less than thirty nor more than fifty Men to man each Armed Boat, Monthly Pay to the Officers and Men employed in the Provincial Armed Boats, Weekly allowance of Provisions and Rum, or Malt Beer, to every man, Officers and Privates, employed in the Armed Boats. [1775-09-01] Pennsylvania, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0857] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

On application from General Washington, dated at Camp, August 24, for a supply of Gunpowder, ordered that two tons be immediately sent. [1775-09-02] Pennsylvania, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0859] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Sept. 4. [1775-09-04] Pennsylvania, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0859] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Sept. 5. [1775-09-05] Pennsylvania, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0859] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Sept. 6. [1775-09-06] Pennsylvania, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0859] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Parole of Rowley Godfrey, Lieutenant of the Forty-Eighth Regiment, now quartered in the Island of Grenada, a prisoner. [1775-09-06] Pennsylvania, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0860] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Permission given to Colonel George Slaughter to purchase one hundred pounds of Powder, for the use of the new settlement in Virginia, on Kentucky. [1775-09-07] Pennsylvania, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0860] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Parole of George Etherington, Major of the Second Battalion of His Majesty's Royal American Regiment, Certificate furnished to Major Etherington, with a copy of his Parole. [1775-09-08] Pennsylvania, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0860] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Sept. 11. [1775-09-11] Pennsylvania, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0861] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Sept. 12. [1775-09-12] Pennsylvania, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0861] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee appointed to sink a Chevaux-de-Frise in the river, opposite the Fort, James Montgomery appointed to command the Armed Boat Ranger, John Rice to command the Dickinson, John Hamilton to command the Congress, Benjamin Thompson appointed Lieutenant of the Experiment. [1775-09-14] Pennsylvania, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0861] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Dates of the Commissions of the Commanders of seven of the Armed Boats. [1775-09-15] Pennsylvania, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0862] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Pilots of the Bay and River Delaware to avoid going on board British Men of War, during the present struggle for liberty, Pilots requested to lay up their Boats on or between the 20th day of September, and cautiously avoid going on any navigable water, Pilots who shall conduct or bring any British Man-of-War up the Bay of Delaware, required, on his release, to repair to the Committee, and prove that he was compelled to that service, Any Pilot who puts himself in the way of being taken on board a King's Ship shall be deemed an enemy to America, and a traitor to his country, Instructions to Mr. Henry Fisher at Lewistown, Committee to draw up a Memorial to the Assembly for a further grant of money. [1775-09-16] Pennsylvania, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0862] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

John Moulder, James Blair, and Robert Eyres, each appointed to command an Armed Boat, Jeremiah Simmons, John Chatham, James Allen, and George Garland, appointed Lieutenants. [1775-09-19] Pennsylvania, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0864] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Richard Wells and Daniel Murphy, Pilots, permitted to go to the Capes of Delaware, but cautioned against being taken on board any Man-of-War, Account of Powder received from and delivered on account of the Continental Congress. [1775-09-20] Pennsylvania, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0864] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Sept. 21. [1775-09-21] Pennsylvania, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0865] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Major Rogers, a British officer on half-pay, arrested and brought before the Committee, Charles Slade, lately from England, brought to the Committee, suspected of being a Spy. [1775-09-22] Pennsylvania, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0865] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve. [1775-09-23] Pennsylvania, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0866] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Parole given by Major Robert Rogers. [1775-09-23] Pennsylvania, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0866] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Certificate of parole. [1775-09-23] Pennsylvania, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0866] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Powder. [1775-09-23] Pennsylvania, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0866] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Further account with the Continental Congress for Powder. [1775-09-25] Pennsylvania, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0867] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Five hundred weight of Gunpowder, and twelve hundred and fifty pounds of Lead, ordered to be delivered to Captain Samuel Moorhead, to be placed in the hands of the Committee of Westmoreland. [1775-09-26] Pennsylvania, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0868] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Sept. 27. [1775-09-27] Pennsylvania, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0868] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Sept. 29, Orders. [1775-09-29] Pennsylvania, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0869] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Memorial to the Assembly for a further grant of Money, Estimate of Moneys already expended and to be expended for the defence of the Province of Pennsylvania. [1775-09-29] Pennsylvania, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0869] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Samuel Slade permitted to go to New-York. [1775-09-29] Pennsylvania, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0871] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Associators having Provincial Arms requested to return them, as there is a probability the boats of war lately built may be called into actual service, and arms for them can neither be bought nor made. [1775-09-30] Pennsylvania, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0872] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

House met pursuant to adjournment. [1775-09-18] Pennsylvania Assembly. [S4-V3-p0871] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Sept. 19. [1775-09-19] Pennsylvania Assembly. [S4-V3-p0871] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to wait on the Governour, and inform him a quorum is present, Remonstrance from the Overseers of the Poor of Philadelphia. The grant heretofore made for the support of such infirm, sick and aged Neutrals as still remain is nearly expended, and a further grant is necessary. [1775-09-20] Pennsylvania Assembly. [S4-V3-p0871] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Memorial from the Committee of York County, that hereafter one of the Delegates to the Continental Congress may be taken from that County. [1775-09-20] Pennsylvania Assembly. [S4-V3-p0872] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition from the Committee of York County, for the relief on the persons they have engaged in making Muskets and Cartridge Boxes. [1775-09-20] Pennsylvania Assembly. [S4-V3-p0872] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to prepare a Bill for issuing Twenty-Two Thousand Pounds, in Bills of Credit. [1775-09-20] Pennsylvania Assembly. [S4-V3-p0873] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee reports from the Governour that he has no business to lay before the House, One hundred Pounds ordered to be paid to the Overseer of the Poor, for the support of the Neutrals, Bill for the support of Government, and paying the Publick Debt, reported. [1775-09-21] Pennsylvania Assembly. [S4-V3-p0873] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Same Bill read again, and ordered to be transcribed for a third reading, Committee to collect from the Journals, since the year 1763, the Petitions and Remonstrances to the Crown and both Houses of Parliament, for a redress of American grievances. [1775-09-22] Pennsylvania Assembly. [S4-V3-p0873] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Bill for support of Government passed and sent to the Governour. [1775-09-26] Pennsylvania Assembly. [S4-V3-p0873] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition from the Board of Commissioners of the County of Chester, for a further sum to enable them to complete the Arms, etc., for which they have contracted. [1775-09-26] Pennsylvania Assembly. [S4-V3-p0874] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report of the Committee on collecting the Petitions and Remonstrances for redress of grievances. [1775-09-26] Pennsylvania Assembly. [S4-V3-p0874] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee for Incidental Expenses. [1775-09-27] Pennsylvania Assembly. [S4-V3-p0874] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Memorial from the Officers of the three first Battalions of Associators in the City and Liberties of Philadelphia, requesting to be repaid for Moneys advanced by them, in raising and equipping the Regiments. [1775-09-27] Pennsylvania Assembly. [S4-V3-p0874] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Memorial from the Officers of the Military Association for the City and Liberties of Philadelphia, setting forth the fatal mischiefs that may arise from the lenity shown to persons professing to be conscientiously scrupulous against bearing arms. [1775-09-27] Pennsylvania Assembly. [S4-V3-p0875] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Governour communicated Letters from William Maclay, Thomand Ball, and others, dated at Sunbury, Northumberland County, the 22th and 26th instant, informing him of the movements of the Connecticut intruders. [1775-09-29] Pennsylvania Assembly. [S4-V3-p0875] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Memorials from the Officers of the Military Association referred to the consideration of the succeeding Assembly. [1775-09-29] Pennsylvania Assembly. [S4-V3-p0876] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

The Letters from Sunbury, relating to the Connecticut intruders, directed to be laid before the Continental Congress, and requesting them to prevent any further proceedings, until the matter shall be determined by the King in Council, to whom both sides have submitted the dispute. [1775-09-30] Pennsylvania Assembly. [S4-V3-p0876] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Bill. [1775-09-30] Pennsylvania Assembly. [S4-V3-p0876] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deputies to the Continental Congress paid at the rate of twenty Shillings per diem, each, for their attendance on that service. [1775-09-30] Pennsylvania Assembly. [S4-V3-p0877] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

The House adjourned without day. [1775-09-30] Pennsylvania Assembly. [S4-V3-p0878] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of Safety met. [1775-09-04] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0877] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committeee of Albany, dated August 29th. They can give but little relief to Colonel Cortlandt. The barracks are filled with Indians, and the barns with crops, and they are drained of their ammunition. [1775-08-29] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0877] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Philip Cortlandt, dated August 28th, informing the Committee of Safety of the destitute condition of his Troops, and requesting supplies for them. [1775-08-28] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0877] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee for the City of New-York requested and to search throughout the City for Arms, and to purchase them for the use of the Troops, Colonel McDougall requested to send a Guard to the Jail, and to seize any Prisoners that may be directed by Mr. Francis Child, Letter from Egbert Benson, Chairman of the Dutchess County Committee, informing that Messrs. Lester, Doughty, and Berghs are said to have enlisted men for the enemy, Colonel Lasher directed to detach a sufficient party to apprehend Mordecai Lester, of Dutchess County, wherever he may be found. [1775-09-04] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0878] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to the Committee of Westchester County, on the complaint of the Inhabitants of the Manor of Fordham and West-Farms. [1775-09-05] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0879] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Dr. McClean permitted to supply the Ship Asia with Drugs and Medicines. [1775-09-05] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0879] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Examinations of several persons taken on board of Dop's Sloop, Doughty one of them. [1775-09-05] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0879] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Augustus Van Cortlandt, informing them of the means he has taken to preserve the City Records. [1775-09-05] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0880] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter. [1775-09-05] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0880] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Thomas Grenell appointed a Commissioner to superintend the erecting the Fortifications in the Highlands. [1775-09-06] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0880] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolutions of the Tryon County Committee, for settling disputes, trespasses, and dated Aug. 26. [1775-09-06] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0880] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to the Committee of Tryon County. Cannot approve of the Resolve respecting the trial of civil causes, and recommend its repeal. [1775-09-06] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0881] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

New-York Committee requested to exhibit an account of the Moneys they have borrowed for the use of the Colony, Sundry persons, suspected of connections with the enemy, examined and discharged. [1775-09-06] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0881] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Samuel Bayard, Deputy Secretary of the Colony. Informs them he will take care of the Publick Records. [1775-09-06] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0882] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

The persons taken on board a Packet, on the 3rd instant, examined and sent back to jail till further orders. [1775-09-07] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0882] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Quakers requested to deliver in a list of all the Males belonging to their Society from the age of sixteen to sixty. [1775-09-07] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0883] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Form of Commission for the Officers of the Militia, Independent Companies, and Minute-Men. [1775-09-07] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0883] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Captain Isaac L. Winn, suspected of furnishing the Army and Navy with Supplies, examined and discharged, Captain Winn, complaining of a paragraph in Mr. Holt's Paper, is furnished with a certificate of his aquittal. [1775-09-07] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0883] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Mr. Holt's paragraph, the certificate of the Committee, and the remarks of Mr. Holt. [1775-09-07] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0884] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Certificate. [1775-09-07] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0884] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Anonymous Letter, attributed to Theophilus Bache, of this city, merchant, and addressed to Major Moncrief, Boston, presented and read. [1775-09-07] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0884] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Mr. Bache ordered to attend, to be examined respecting the Letter. [1775-09-07] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0884] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

John Griffiths appointed to go to the neighbourhood of Goshen, and examine the Lead Mines there. [1775-09-08] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0885] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Memorial. [1775-09-08] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0885] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Suffolk County, dated August 31. [1775-09-08] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0885] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Prisoners. [1775-09-08] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0886] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Passport and letter of safe conduct ordered for Joseph Johnson, a Mohegan Preacher. [1775-09-08] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0886] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

George Bethune, now of Jamaica, in Queen's County, late of Boston, suspected of carrying on a correspondence with the Army and Navy, is ordered to be arrested. [1775-09-08] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0886] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

The Mayor requested to demand the immediate release of William Becker, a citizen, now confined in irons on board the Asia, Letter from General Washington, requesting Ammunition, read and filed. [1775-09-09] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0886] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Abraham Lawrence, of Queen's County, taken into custody some days ago, brought before the Committee, examined, reprimanded, and discharged. [1775-09-09] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0887] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to General Washington. They have not Powder enough for the necessary defence of the Colony. [1775-09-09] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0887] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Certificate to Robert C. Livingston, who is about to sail for England. [1775-09-09] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0888] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Afternoon. [1775-09-11] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0888] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Papers found on Mr. Bethune examined, and he is discharged on his parole of honour to deliver himself up, when required. [1775-09-12] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0888] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Ethrington. [1775-09-12] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0889] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Parole of Captain William Kelly, of the Second Battalion of His Majesty's Royal American Regiment. [1775-09-12] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0889] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to the Delegates in Congress from Massachusetts-Bay, respecting George Bethune. [1775-09-12] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0889] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee agree with James Byers for making Brass Field-Pieces, at the rate of four shillings per pound, Committee to superintend the casting and proving the Field-Pieces, Samuel Wells, of Cumberland County, brought before the Committee and examined. [1775-09-12] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0890] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Westchester County. [1775-09-12] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0890] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Affidavit of William Hadley, enclosed in the preceding Letter, respecting John Cock, chosen a Captain by the Inhabitants of Yonkers. [1775-09-12] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0891] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to employ a Vessel, and despatch her immediately, with proper directions, to purchase Gunpowder and Arms. [1775-09-12] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0891] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Southampton and Easthampton. [1775-09-13] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0891] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Safety, in reply. [1775-09-13] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0892] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

William Ritchie. [1775-09-13] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0892] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Captain Hulbert, at Southampton, informing the Committee that his men want a number of Guns. [1775-09-13] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0892] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Wooster requested to order a full Company of his Regiment to assist in erecting the Fortifications in the Highlands. [1775-09-13] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0892] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Livingston. [1775-09-14] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0893] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Woodhull and Thompson. [1775-09-14] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0893] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Woodhull and Thompson. [1775-09-14] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0893] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolutions of the Committee of Cambridge, Hoosack, and Bennington, passed August 3, presented and read. [1775-09-14] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0894] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to the Committees of Cambridge, Hoosack, and Bennington, approving their Resolutions. [1775-09-14] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0894] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Nixon. [1775-09-14] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0894] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Horse. [1775-09-15] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0895] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

John McDonald sent to Thomas Palmer's, at Newburgh, to examine the Lead Mines claimed by Palmer. [1775-09-15] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0895] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter. [1775-09-15] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0895] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Cornell and Nicholson. [1775-09-15] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0895] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Motion, that Commissions be issued to Captain Anthony Rutgers's Company of Artillery, rejected. [1775-09-15] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0896] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Quakers, declining to make a return of their Males, from sixteen to sixty, as required by the Committee. [1775-09-15] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0896] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Instructions to the Committee, appointed on the 12th instant, to procure Gunpowder and Arms. [1775-09-15] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0896] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to the Delegates in Congress from Maryland, requesting to be informed of the character of Dr. George Nicholson. [1775-09-15] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0896] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Curtenius. [1775-09-16] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0897] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Wooster. Requests to know the authority for their orders to him of the 13th instant. [1775-09-16] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0897] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Reply to General Wooster, enclosing the Resolve of the Continental Congress, of June 16, 1775. [1775-09-16] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0897] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Arms fit for the use of the Troops, found in the possission of any person who has not signed the General Association, to be impressed for the use of the Troops, Third Regiment, now in Suffolk County, authorized to collect the Arms in Queen's County, Captain Dutcher, with the assistance of some of General Wooster's Troop, to collect the Arms in Westchester County, Arms to be collected in every other County, by the Chairman of the County Committee, and such of the Militia as he may deem necessary, Non-Associators refusing to deliver up their Arms to be taken in custody. [1775-09-16] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0898] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Certificates to John A. Remsen and William Remsen, that they are esteemed Sons of Liberty, among the friends of their country. [1775-09-17] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0899] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers chosen for Beat No. 29, in the City of New-York. [1775-09-17] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0899] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report and Resolves of the Committee of Kingston, in Ulster County, of the 5th of September, on Christian Bergh's Sloop, now taking in a freight to supply the King's Troops. [1775-09-17] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0899] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report of the Committee of the Town of Kingston, of the seizure of Bergh's Sloop, September 6. [1775-09-17] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0900] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to the Committee of Kingston, in Ulster County. The disposition of Bergh's Sloop and Cargo is left entirely to the discretion of the Kingston Committee. [1775-09-17] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0900] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Wooster, dated yesterday. He cannot comply with request to send a Company to the Highlands. [1775-09-18] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0900] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Curtenius. [1775-09-18] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0901] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Captains. [1775-09-19] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0901] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from John Hancock, enclosing a commission for Mr. Fleming, as Deputy Adjutant-General, and four hundred commissions for the New-York Officers, now under the command of General Schuyler. [1775-09-16] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0901] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to the Continental Congress, with three Plans, and Estimate of the Fortifications in the Highlands, and copies of the Correspondence with General Wooster on that subject. [1775-09-19] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0902] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Tryon/ Dartmouth. [1775-09-19] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0902] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to Beverly Robinson, requesting him to put a reasonable price upon the whole point of dry ladn, or island, called Martelaer's Rock Island, the price, if approved, will be paid him for it. [1775-09-19] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0902] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Affidavits of Isaac Green and George Hadley, respecting John Cock, of Yonders, read. [1775-09-19] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0902] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to the Committee of Yonkers, disapproving of the election of John Cock, who cannot be admitted to any office whatever. [1775-09-19] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0902] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers of a Company of Light-Horse, in King's County, on Nassau Island, Commissions to Officers of Minute-Men in Cornwall, Orange County. [1775-09-19] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0903] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders. [1775-09-19] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0903] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to wait upon the Governour, and request of him an extract of Lord Dartmouth's Letter, informing him that orders have been given to the Commanders of His Majesty's Ships in America, to consider such place in open Rebellion as shall raise more Troops, etc.. [1775-09-19] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0903] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Agree with James Byers to cast six Field-Pieces, of full proof, he to run all risk. [1775-09-20] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0904] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Walter Livingston, Deputy Commissary-General, dated Albany, September 6, read and filled. [1775-09-20] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0904] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Tryon County, requesting the appointment of Sheriff for John Frey. [1775-09-20] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0904] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Affidavit of William Biddle, that he heard Alexander White declare he would protect and defend all Negroes and Slaves that would resort to his standard. [1775-09-20] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0904] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Smithtown. [1775-09-20] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0905] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition from David Purdy and John O'Connor, now in confinement, requesting they may be examined. [1775-09-21] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0905] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Alexander Bell called in, severely reprimanded, and discharged, David Purdy examined, reprimanded, and discharged. [1775-09-21] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0905] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

John O'Connor's Statement heard, when he was discharged. [1775-09-21] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0905] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Nicoll. [1775-09-22] . [S4-V3-p0906] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Livingston. [1775-09-22] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0906] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Brigantine Elliott, William Hallock, master, permitted to proceed on a Whaling voyage, Letter from John Weatherhead, declaring the reports against him are not true, with a certificate from Captain Vandeput, that Mr. Weatherhead did not give him the information that the guns were to be removed from the Battery on the 23rd of August. [1775-09-22] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0906] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from David Pye, requesting to be informed how he shall proceed in arresting Deserters. [1775-09-22] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0906] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee met. [1775-09-23] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0907] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Maryland Delegates, in regard to Dr. George Nicholson. [1775-09-20] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0907] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Christian Bergh, Jun., Adam Bergh, David Dop, John Dop, and Timothy Doughty, praying to be discharged. [1775-09-23] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0907] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Certificate for William Deane and John Newport, about to proceed to Williamsburgh, in Virginia. Mr. Deane was the first who signed the General Association in this Colony, and is generally esteemed a Son of Liberty. [1775-09-23] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0908] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolutions authorizing the arrest of any Deserter. [1775-09-23] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0908] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Expenses. [1775-09-23] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0908] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Sept. 24. [1775-09-24] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0909] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report of Francis James, a Pilot, sent out to observe any Fleet that might be approaching any part of this Colony. [1775-09-25] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0909] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to the Committee of Easthampton and Southampton, in Suffolk County, informing them of the movements of the British Fleet. [1775-09-25] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0909] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Robert Boyd: he will soon have some Gun Barrels made. [1775-09-25] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0909] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of George Nicholson, for an appointment in the Army under General Schuyler. [1775-09-25] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0910] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Timothy Doughty and others, now in confinement, that they may be tried as soon as possible. [1775-09-25] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0910] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Ebenezer Hazard, requesting a settlement with the Post-Riders. [1775-09-25] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0911] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

On information that the collection of Arms, in Queen's County, would be resisted, Colonel McDougall ordered to enforce the Resolutions of the Committee, and Mr. Benson sent to Jamaica, to know the true state of the proceedings of the gentlemen sent there to collect Arms. [1775-09-25] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0911] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report by Major Williams, of the opposition made in Queen's County to the Resolution for the collection of Arms, Committee appointed to proceed to Queen's County, and use every prudent measure in their power to collect Arms in that County. [1775-09-26] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0911] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letters, found on board the Rhode-Island Packet, taken and examined by the Committee of Safety, who, discovering nothing inimical to the Colonies, resolved and returned them, Mr. Robert Rogers, commonly called Major Rogers, appeared before the Committee. Has lost his parole of honour, but will recover it or procure a certified copy from Philadelphia. [1775-09-27] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0912] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to the Committee of Safety for New-Jersey, requesting measures may be taken to arrest the Deserters from the New-York Regiments, that may be found lurking in New-Jersey. [1775-09-27] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0913] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Mr. Watkeys. [1775-09-27] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0913] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Thaddeus Burr, Sheriff of Fairfield County, Connecticut, requesting payment for the expenses of keeping Angus McDonald, committed, he supposes, by order of the Committee. [1775-09-28] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0913] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Moodie. [1775-09-28] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0914] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Dutchess County, enclosing fifteen Affidavits, sent as testimony against Timothy Doughty and others. [1775-09-28] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0914] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Samuel Avery and others required to attend the Committee, to testify to the particular persons who opposed the collection of Arms in Queen's County, Letter from the Commissioners at the Highlands, complaining that they were not consulted about the plans and estimates for the Fortifications, before they were transmitted to the Continental Congress. [1775-09-28] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0914] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Bayard. [1775-09-28] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0914] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Captain John Plenderleath, this day arrived from England, informing them that the sole object of his coming is to visit his family. [1775-09-28] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0915] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Perree. [1775-09-28] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0915] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Dr. George Nicholson, requesting recommendatory Letters to General Schuyler. [1775-09-28] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0915] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from William Powell, requesting their permission that his wife may be inoculated for the small-pox, Request of Mr. Powell refused. [1775-09-28] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0916] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Westchester County, with the complaint against Godfrey Haines. [1775-09-29] New-York, Westchester County Committee. [S4-V3-p0916] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Samuel Avery and others directed to give their evidence, relating to the conduct of the People of Jamaica and Hempstead, in writing, Samuel Burling, charged with advising John Dunbar not to deliver his Arms, was heard in his defence. [1775-09-29] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0917] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition from Colonel Lasher and other Officers, praying the Militia in the City may be ordered to train at least once a week, for three months. [1775-09-29] Lasher, Colonel. [S4-V3-p0917] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proposals by Bernard Romans, to contract for building the Fortifications begun in the Highlands. [1775-09-29] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0917] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Captain Bolton, of the Snow Georgia, permitted to come to the City to make repairs, then to proceed to sea. [1775-09-29] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0917] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee. [1775-09-29] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0917] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Colonel Heyer, similar to that of Colonel Lasher, presented. [1775-09-29] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0918] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Godfrey Haines committed to Prison till further order of the Committee. [1775-09-30] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0918] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Dr. George Nicholson paid twenty Pounds for intelligence obtained on board the Asia, man-of-war, the Transport Ship, and other Vessels in the Ministerial service. [1775-09-30] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0918] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Moodie. [1775-09-30] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0918] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee refuses to contract with Mr. Romans, for erecting the Fortifications, but agree to pay him as an Engineer for his services. [1775-09-30] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0919] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to the Agents for erecting the Fortifications in the Highlands. [1775-09-30] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0919] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Witnesses examined in regard to passengers by the Snow Georgia, owned by Walter and Thomas Buchanan. [1775-10-02] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0920] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Pye. [1775-10-02] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0920] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders. [1775-10-02] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0920] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Information by Captain John Hamilton, from Liverpool, that Troops from Germany were about to be sent to America. [1775-10-03] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0921] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Information by Captain John Hamilton, from Liverpool, that Troops from Germany were about to be sent to America. [1775-10-03] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0921] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Inspection for Bristol, requesting permission for Mr. De Wolf to purchase a load of Flour for the inhabitants of Bristol. [1775-09-29] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0921] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Permission to Mr. De Wolf to purchase one hundred and eighty barrels of Flour. [1775-10-03] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0921] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of Albany requested to repair and fit up the Barracks, for the Troops of the Continental Army. [1775-10-03] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0922] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Captain Bolton, master of the Snow Georgia, examined, Thomas Buchanan, Archibald Lunde, and Walter Spence, examined, in regard to the cargo and passengers on board the Snow Georgia. [1775-10-03] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0922] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Afternoon. [1775-10-03] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0922] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Walter Livingston, enclosing one from General Schuyler, for the Continental Congress. [1775-10-03] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0922] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Elizabeth White, wife of Alexander White, Sheriff of Tryon County, praying for his discharge from the Albany Jail. [1775-10-03] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0923] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Henry Wisner, with several papers enclosed, read and filed, Committee then adjourned. [1775-10-03] New-York Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0924] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Norfolk to a Gentleman in Williamsburgh. Mr. Holt's Printing Office was carried off yesterday, by about fifteen of the King's Soldiers, without interruption, in presence of two or three hundred spectators. [1775-10-01] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0923] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from an Officer at St. John's. [1775-10-01] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0923] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Quebeck to a Gentleman in London. The whole country in a state of alarm, the Canadians have refused to join the Army, and preparations are making for the defence of Quebeck. [1775-10-01] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0924] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Quebeck to a Gentleman in England. All attempts to get the Canadians to rise have failed. [1775-10-01] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0925] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from an Officer at Cambridge. The General has directed three Vessels to be armed and manned, to intercept the Transports daily arriving at Boston, with Provisions, etc. Our lines are now extended very near, and within point-blank musket shot of the enemy's sentinels. [1775-10-01] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0926] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Gage to the Earl of Dartmouth, giving his opinions on the several points presented in his Lordships Letter of the 2d of August. [1775-10-01] Legge, William, Earl of Dartmouth. [S4-V3-p0927] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

An Address to the People, reviewing the state of affairs, pointing out the courses proper to be pursued for defence of the Colonies, and for their success in the war made upon them. [1775-10-01] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0928] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from David Hartley, Esq., a Member of Parliament, to his constituents at Hull. His views at large upon the American question. [1775-10-02] Hartley, David. [S4-V3-p0933] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of Accomack County, Virginia, declare Arthur Upshaw, a member of that Committee, a violator of the Continental Association, for sending a Vessel loaded with grain to the West-Indies, after the 10th of September. [1775-10-02] Virginia, Accomack County Committee. [S4-V3-p0935] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-Hampshire Delegates in the Continental Congress to Matthew Thornton. Recommend measures be taken for establishing Government in New-Hampshire, they have already consulted many Members on the subject, and intend soon to move it in Congress. [1775-10-02] New-Hampshire Delegates, Continental Congress. [S4-V3-p0935] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers chosen in New-Marlborough, Ulster County, New-York. [1775-10-02] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0936] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Walkill, in Ulster County, to the New-York Congress. They have divided the Precinct into four Companies of Militia, and appointed the Officers in each District. [1775-10-02] New-York, Ulster County Committee. [S4-V3-p0936] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Reed to the General Court of Massachusetts. General Washington has ordered three Vessels to be equipped. [1775-10-02] Reed, Joseph, Colonel. [S4-V3-p0937] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Reed to Simon Pease. [1775-10-02] Reed, Joseph, Colonel. [S4-V3-p0937] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committees of Waltham, Weston, etc., declare Eleazer Bradshaw inimical to his Country, and request all persons to withhold commerce and dealing with him. [1775-10-02] Massachusetts, Waltham Committee. [S4-V3-p0937] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Acknowledgement of David Townsend, for having sold Tea. [1775-10-02] Townsend, David. [S4-V3-p0938] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Freeholders and Justices of the Peace for the County of Dumbarton, to the King. They are affected with just indignation and abhorrence of the disloyalty and Rebellion amongst His Majesty's subjects in America. [1775-10-03] England, Dumbarton Freeholders. [S4-V3-p0938] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Magistrates and Town Council of St. Andrews, to the King. They lament that His Majesty's Colonies have been deluded and misled to abandon their connection with the Parent State. [1775-10-03] England, St. Andrews Magistrates. [S4-V3-p0938] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of Middlesex County, Virginia, hold forth John Morgan to publick censure, for having used expressions inimical to the liberties of America. [1775-10-03] Virginia, Middlesex County Committee. [S4-V3-p0939] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of Augusta County, Virginia, declare Alexander Miller a real enemy to the general struggle of all America. [1775-10-03] Virginia, Augusta County Committee. [S4-V3-p0939] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Dr. Franklin to Dr. Priestly, London. [1775-10-03] Franklin, Benjamin. [S4-V3-p0940] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Dr. Franklin to David Hartley. [1775-10-03] Franklin, Benjamin. [S4-V3-p0940] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

New-York Committee. Twenty additional Members chosen. [1775-10-03] New-York Committee. [S4-V3-p0940] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committees of Greenwich, Connecticut, declare Coles Townsend a violator of the Continental Association. [1775-10-03] Connecticut, Greenwich Committee. [S4-V3-p0941] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Amos Knapp held up to publick view as an avowed enemy to his country, by the same Committee. [1775-10-10] Connecticut, Greenwich Committee. [S4-V3-p0941] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Pownalborough Committee testify to the good conduct, in general, of Abiel Wood. [1775-10-03] Massachusetts, Pownalborough Committee. [S4-V3-p0941] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Edict by the King of Denmark, prohibiting Vessels, with the Danish Flag, from furnishing Ammunition, etc., to the American Colonies. [1775-10-04] Danish King. [S4-V3-p0942] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Magistrates, etc., of the Royal Burgh of Dumbarton, to the King. They feel great abhorrence of that unnatural Rebellion which has been encouraged by some licentious and designing persons at home, and which now rages with savage cruelty in His Majesty's Colonies in America. [1775-10-04] England, Dumbarton Magistrates. [S4-V3-p0942] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolutions adopted by the London Association. [1775-10-04] London Association. [S4-V3-p0942] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-York Congress to their Delegates in the Continental Congress, informing them of the state of the Troops raised in New-York for the Continental service. [1775-10-04] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p1268] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-York Congress to the Continental Congress, enclosing a proposal, by a Merchant of New-York, for obtaining Gunpowder. [1775-10-04] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0944] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter, containing the proposal referred to, dated September 27. [1775-09-27] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0944] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-York Congress to the Continental Congress, communicating important information, just received. [1775-10-04] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0944] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Information communicated to the New-York Congress, by Captain John Hamilton. [1775-10-03] Hamilton, John. [S4-V3-p0914] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Volkert P. Douw to the New-York Congress, enclosing a copy of the Journal Proceedings of the four Indians sent by the Commissioners of Indian Affairs to the Caughnawagas. [1775-10-04] Douw, Volkert P.. [S4-V3-p0000] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Connecticut Committee of Safety. [1775-10-04] Connecticut, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0945] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Captain Hall, of the Brig Minerva, ordered on a cruise, M. Griswold appointed to meet a Committee of the Continental Congress, appointed to confer with General Washington, at Cambridge, on the 12th of this month. [1775-10-09] Connecticut, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0945] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to General Schuyler. [1775-10-04] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0945] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to Captain Daniel Morgan. [1775-10-04] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0946] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Washington's Instructions to Colonel Glover and Mr. Moylan, appointed to superintend this fitting out Armed Vessels. [1775-10-04] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0946] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Joseph Reed to Colonel Arnold. [1775-10-04] Reed, Joseph, Colonel. [S4-V3-p0947] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Reed to the Committee of Salem and Gloucester. The disposal of the prize taken has been referred to the Assembly, the General now proposes to equip Vessels as Ships of War, and immediately to send them on a cruise. [1775-10-04] Reed, Joseph, Colonel. [S4-V3-p0947] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Reed to Colonel Glover. The General declines meddling with either of the Vessels, since he has received the vote of the General Court, and he directs that two other Vessels be immediately taken up for service. [1775-10-04] Reed, Joseph, Colonel. [S4-V3-p0948] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Sullivan to the New-Hampshire Committee of Safety, in reply to their Letters of the 28th of September. [1775-10-04] Sullivan, John, General. [S4-V3-p0948] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Addresses of the Justices of the Peace for the County of Devon, to the King. They lament the miseries which their deluded fellow-subjects in America have brought on themselves. [1775-10-05] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0949] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the President of Congress to General Washington. Two Vessels are on their way from England to Quebeck, with Arms, Powder, etc., and measures are proposed to take them. [1775-10-05] Hancock, John. [S4-V3-p0950] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the President of Congress to the Council of Massachusetts-Bay, requesting them to furnish their two Armed Vessels to General Washington, for a particular service. [1775-10-05] Hancock, John. [S4-V3-p0951] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of Sussex County, New-Jersey, declare George McMurtrie an enemy to this Country, he having spoken very contemptuously and disrespectfully of the Continental and Provincial Congresses. [1775-10-05] New-Jersey, Sussex County Committee of Correspondence. [S4-V3-p0951] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to the President of Congress. Crowds of sick are returning from the Army. There is not an ounce of Powder to meet General Montgomery's requisition, the Money also is exhausted. [1775-10-05] Schuyler, Philip, Major-General. [S4-V3-p0951] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

No. 5. [1775-09-27] Warner, Seth, Colonel. [S4-V3-p0954] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Return of Men, Provisions, and Ammunition sent to the Northward since the 19th of September. [1775-10-05] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0000] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of Stamford, Connecticut, declare Obadiah Seely, Jun., and Gideon Lownsberry, as enemies to the liberties of their Country, for speaking disrespectfully of the Continental Congress. [1775-10-05] Connecticut, Stamford Committee. [S4-V3-p0955] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Concession of Lemuel Bower. [1775-10-05] Connecticut, Stamford Committee. [S4-V3-p0955] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Howe to the Earl of Darmouth, acknowledging the receipt of his commission appointing him Commander-in-Chief, in the absence of General Gage. [1775-10-05] Howe, William, Major-General. [S4-V3-p0955] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to R. C. Nicholas. [1775-10-05] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0955] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to the President of Congress. Secret correspondence of Dr. Church has been detected, and he has been arrested. [1775-10-05] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0956] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Council of War, October 3, decide unaminously that Dr. Church has carried on a criminal correspondence with the enemy. [1775-10-03] Council of War. [S4-V3-p0958] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Dr. Church's Intercepted Letter. [1775-10-13] Porter, Elisha. [S4-V3-p0958] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from H. Wentworth, Chairman of Portsmouth, New-Hampshire, Committee, to General Washington, informing him of the capture of the Ship Prince, from Bristol, with nineteen hundred barrels of Flour for General Gage, at Boston, but through mistake entered the harbour of Portsmouth. [1775-10-02] Wentworth, H.. [S4-V3-p0960] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders by General Washington, from October 1st to October 4th. [1775-10-01] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0963] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders, Oct. 3. [1775-10-03] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0963] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders, Oct. 4. [1775-10-04] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0964] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to Committee of New-York. A fleet of several vessels of war, with six hundred men, were to sail from Boston yesterday, their destination unknown. General Gage leaves Boston this day, and Howe succeeds to the command. Large re-enforcements are expected at Boston in three or four weeks. [1775-10-05] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0964] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to Governour Cooke. [1775-10-05] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0964] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to Governour Trumbull. [1775-10-05] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0964] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Reed to Joseph Trumbull, Commissary-General. The General desires an estimate of the expense of the Army during the winter, and desires to know, immediately, the cost in his department. [1775-10-05] Reed, Joseph, Colonel. [S4-V3-p0965] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to the Council of Massachusetts-Bay. Requests their attention to his Letter of the 29th of August, on supplying the Army with Wood. [1775-10-06] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0965] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to the Committee of Portsmouth, New-Hampshire. Requests the Flour taken in the Ship Prince may be forwarded to the Army. [1775-10-05] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0965] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Portsmouth to the Committee of Safety of New-Hampshire. General Washington has advised sending the whole of the Flour to the Army, this Town is destitute, and cannot procure any, and six hundred barrels, at least, should be reserved for the use of the inhabitants. [1775-10-07] New-Hampshire, Portsmouth Committee of Correspondence. [S4-V3-p0966] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Reed to the Portsmouth Committee. The General, to save them trouble, has sent Mr. Moylan to negotiate the transportation of the Flour, and requests they will gave him all the aid in their power. [1775-10-07] Reed, Joseph, Colonel. [S4-V3-p0967] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Reed to Mr. Moylan, directing him to proceed to Portsmouth, to take charge of and transport the Flour to the Army. [1775-10-07] Reed, Joseph, Colonel. [S4-V3-p0967] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Portsmouth Committee to the Committee of Safety, requesting two hundred Men, properly equipped, may be stationed at the Batteries at Portsmouth. [1775-10-09] New-Hampshire, Portsmouth Committee of Correspondence. [S4-V3-p0967] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-Hampshire Committee of Safety to General Washington. Request one hundred barrels of the Flour may be retained for the Soldiers at the Batteries, and five hundred for the inhabitants of Portsmouth. [1775-10-11] New-Hampshire, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p0967] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Portsmouth Committee order twelve hundred and ninety-two barrels of the Flour to be delivered to Mr. Moylan. [1775-10-11] New-Hampshire, Portsmouth Committee of Correspondence. [S4-V3-p0968] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

King George ordered by the New-Hampshire Committee of Safety to take charge of the cargo of the Ship Prince, and deliver one hundred barrels of the Flour to Samuel Cutts, to supply the Soldiers at the Batteries in the harbour. [1775-10-11] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0968] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Stephen Moylan to General Washington. He has taken charge of the Flour given up by the Committee at Portsmouth, and has engaged two Sloops to begin the transportation. [1775-10-13] Moylan, Stephen, Colonel. [S4-V3-p0968] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Instructions to the Captains engaged to transport the Flour. [1775-10-13] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0969] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Instructions to the Captains engaged to transport the Flour. [1775-10-13] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0000] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Timothy Walker, Jun., to William Whipple, Chairman of the New-Hampshire Committee of Safety. [1775-10-15] Walker, Timothy, Colonel. [S4-V3-p0969] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to William Whipple. They have his cheerful assent to retain what part of the Flour they think necessary. [1775-10-15] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0970] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Reed to Stephen Moylan, informing of the Generals approval of his proceedings, and that he has given his assent to the retaining whatever amount of Flour the Committee think necessary. [1775-10-15] Reed, Joseph, Colonel. [S4-V3-p0970] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Mayor, etc., of the Town of Shrewsbury, to the King. They behold with concern their fellow-subjects in America hurried into an unnatural Rebellion, and they look with indignation upon a discontented faction at home, promoting and encouraging these unhappy disturbances. [1775-10-06] Owen, William. [S4-V3-p0970] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

New-York Committee nominate Field and Staff Officers for three Regiments. [1775-10-06] New-York Committee. [S4-V3-p0971] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-York Congress to the Continental Congress. They have sent fourteen hundred weight of Powder to General Schuyler, twelve hundred pounds of this belongs to the several Counties. Some means must be devised to replace this Powder, as they are now defenceless. [1775-10-06] Continental Congress. [S4-V3-p0971] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-York Congress to the Continental Congress. Desire to know if the Brig Mary, of Baltimore, put into New-York in distress, may sail with her cargo on her intended voyage. [1775-10-06] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p0972] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Montgomery to General Schuyler, dated October 6. [1775-10-06] Montgomery, Richard, General. [S4-V3-p1095] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Montgomery to Major Brown. [1775-10-06] Montgomery, Richard, General. [S4-V3-p1098] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Montgomery to Governour Trumbull, informing him of some appointments he has made in the Connecticut Troops. [1775-10-06] Montgomery, Richard, General. [S4-V3-p0972] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Samuel Mott to Governour Trumbull. Gives a general account of all the military operations since the 17th of September, when the siege of St. John's was commenced. He dislikes General Montgomery, and has no great opinion of his generalship, though he believes him to be a man of courage, the General's chief confidant is one Colonel Campbell, a Scotchman. There has not been one New-York Colonel seen in the Army this year, and out of their thirty-five hundred men, we have not had more than six hundred until lately, when two or three hundred more joined. [1775-10-06] Mott, Samuel. [S4-V3-p0972] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Cooke to the President of Congress. An Army can be raised at this advanced season only from the Troops around Boston. [1775-10-06] Cooke, Nicholas, Governour of Rhode-Island. [S4-V3-p0974] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee for the County of Providence, Rhode-Island, adopt regulations for the transportation of Provisions. [1775-10-06] Rhode-Island, Providence Committee. [S4-V3-p0974] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of Inspection for Providence require all persons having India Tea in their possession to deliver it up to the Committee. [1775-10-05] Rhode-Island, Providence Committee of Inspection. [S4-V3-p0975] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Declaration of Nathan Angell, that he will forthwith deliver up his Tea, and hereafter abide by the Association. [1775-10-05] Angell, Nathan. [S4-V3-p0976] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of Rehoboth prohibit the passing through that Town, to Newport, any Provisions, without evidence that the Provisions are for the use of the inhabitants, and not for the enemies of America. [1775-10-05] Massachusetts, Rehoboth Committee of Inspection. [S4-V3-p0976] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to General Schuyler. [1775-10-06] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p0976] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Gentlemen and principal Inhabitants of the Town of Boston to General Gage. [1775-10-06] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0976] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

His Excellency's Answer. [1775-10-06] Gage, Thomas, General. [S4-V3-p0977] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of His Majesty's Council of the Province of Massachusetts-Bay to General Gage. [1775-10-06] King, George. [S4-V3-p0978] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

His Excellency's Answer. [1775-10-06] Gage, Thomas, General. [S4-V3-p0978] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Gentlemen who were driven from their habitations in the country to the Town of Boston. [1775-10-07] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0979] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

His Excellency's Answer. [1775-10-07] Gage, Thomas, General. [S4-V3-p0980] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Major Israel Morey to the New-Hampshire Committee of Safety. [1775-10-06] Morey, Israel, Colonel. [S4-V3-p0980] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Mayor, etc., of the Borough and Town of Carmarthen, to the King. They are impressed with a deep concern at the rebellious proceedings of their American fellow-subjects. [1775-10-07] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0981] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address and Petition of the principal Citizens, Inhabitants, Manufacturers, and Traders, of the City of Coventry, to the King. They do not attribute the resistance of America to the arts of a few factious men: when a whole People firmly unite in one mind, in opposition to a system which they think ruinous to their liberty, we believe they act from principle. [1775-10-23] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0981] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address and Petition of the principal Citizens, Inhabitants, Manufacturers, and Traders, of the City of Coventry, to the King. They do not attribute the resistance of America to the arts of a few factious men: when a whole People firmly unite in one mind, in opposition to a system which they think ruinous to their liberty, we believe they act from principle. [1775-10-10] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0981] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Fincastle County, Virginia, Committee present a vote of thanks to Colonel William Christian. [1775-10-07] Virginia, Fincastle County Committee of Correspondence. [S4-V3-p0982] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-Hampshire Delegates in Congress to the Committee of Safety. By advices from London, the Ministry seem inclined to burn more of our Towns: they therefore suggest the propriety of securing the sea-ports. [1775-10-07] Langdon, John; New-Hampshire Delegates, Continental Congress. [S4-V3-p0983] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers chosen in Hanover Precinct, Ulster County, New-York. [1775-10-07] New-York, Ulster County Committee. [S4-V3-p0983] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of North-Kingston, Rhode-Island, declare Stephen Boyer, of that Town, an enemy to American Liberty. [1775-10-07] Rhode-Island, North-Kingston Committee of Correspondence. [S4-V3-p0983] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Joseph Reed to James Otis. [1775-10-07] Reed, Joseph, Colonel. [S4-V3-p0984] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Commission of General Gage to Joseph Loring, of Boston. [1775-10-07] Gage, Thomas, General. [S4-V3-p0984] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Commission of General Gage to Joseph Loring, of Boston. [1775-10-07] Gage, Thomas, General. [S4-V3-p0984] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Richard Henry Lee to General Washington. [1775-10-08] Lee, Richard Henry. [S4-V3-p0985] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of Elizabeth City County, Virginia, examine Joseph Selden, and acquit him of any improper conduct. [1775-10-09] Virginia, Elizabeth City Committee of Correspondence. [S4-V3-p0985] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Caesar Rodney to Captain Thomas Rodney. Doctor Kearsley and James Brooks, detected in an improper correspondence, arrested by the Philadelphia Committee and confined. [1775-10-09] Rodney, Caesar. [S4-V3-p0985] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings of the Committee. [1775-10-06] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0985] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings of the Committee. [1775-10-07] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0985] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings of the Committee. [1775-10-08] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0986] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings of the Committee. [1775-10-09] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0986] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings of the Committee. [1775-10-24] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0986] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-York Delegates in the Continental Congress to the Provincial Congress. Their diligence in the erection of the Fortifications in the Highlands is highly approved. [1775-10-09] New-York Delegates, Continental Congress. [S4-V3-p1279] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from President Hancock to the New-York Congress. A ton of Powder has been ordered for New-York, but if it can with safety be spared, or any part of it, Congress desire it may immediately be sent to General Schuyler. [1775-10-09] Hancock, John. [S4-V3-p1279] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the President of Congress to General Schuyler. The Silver and Gold that could be collected is forwarded to him. [1775-10-09] Hancock, John. [S4-V3-p0987] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Robert R. Livingston to the New-York Congress. Has begun to work his Powder Mill, but has not got in full operation yet. [1775-10-09] Livingston, Robert R.. [S4-V3-p0987] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers of a Company of Minute-Men chosen in Ulster County, New-York. [1775-10-09] New-York, Dutchess County Committee. [S4-V3-p0988] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Montgomery to General Schuyler, dated October 9th. [1775-10-09] Montgomery, Richard, General. [S4-V3-p1096] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Trumbull to the President of Congress. It is unhappy that jealousies should be excited, or disputes of any sort be litigated between any of the Colonies, to disunite them at a time our liberty, our property, and our all is at stake. [1775-10-09] Trumbull, Jonathan, Governour of Connecticut. [S4-V3-p0988] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Trumbull to the New-York Congress. Has just been advised that a small Fleet has left Boston, intended, as it is supposed, to bombard some Towns on the coast. Bristol was cannonaded last Saturday, and as they are soon expected on our own coast, we are not able to furnish New-York any Powder. [1775-10-09] Trumbull, Jonathan, Governour of Connecticut. [S4-V3-p1284] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Trumbull to General Washington. Deputy Governour Griswold has accepted the appointment to represent Connecticut at the meeting of the New-England Colonies with the Committee from Congress. [1775-10-09] Trumbull, Jonathan, Governour of Connecticut. [S4-V3-p0988] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Major French to General Washington. [1775-10-09] French, Christopher, Major. [S4-V3-p0989] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from a Gentleman in Bristol, Rhode-Island, to his friend in New-York, giving a full account of the attack upon that place by Captain Wallace, with three British Men-of-War, one Bomb-Ketch, and other Armed Vessels. [1775-10-12] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p0990] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Howe to the Earl of Dartmouth, giving his opinion on the points presented in his Lordship's Letter of August 2d. [1775-10-09] Howe, William, Major-General. [S4-V3-p0991] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Elbridge Gerry to Samuel Adams. Privateers should be fitted out: the Continent should fit out one or two heavy Armed Ships, and increase them as circumstances require. Colonies should fit out large Privateers, and individual small ones. [1775-10-09] Gerry, Elbridge. [S4-V3-p0993] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from S. Moylan and J. Glover to General Washington. By Saturday next, one of the Armed Schooners will be ready to sail. [1775-10-09] Moylan, Stephen, Colonel. [S4-V3-p0994] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Irish Parliament, Speech of the Lord-Lieutenant, Address to the King, moved by Sir Charles Bingham, Mr. Ponsonby's motion, to amend that part of the Address relative to the Americans, Debate on Mr. Ponsonby's motion, Amendment rejected, Ayes 49, Noes 99, Mr. Gardiner's motion, to expunge the whole clause relative to the Americans, rejected, Ayes 50, Noes 90, Address to the Lord-Lieutenant, moved by Colonel Ross, and carried. [1775-10-10] Ireland, Dublin Assembly. [S4-V3-p0995] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Debate on the Address to the King, Address agreed to by the House. [1775-10-11] Ireland, Dublin Assembly. [S4-V3-p0998] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Speech of Captain Wilson, with a clause to be inserted in the next Address. [1775-10-12] Ireland, Dublin Assembly. [S4-V3-p1000] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the House of Lords to the King. [1775-10-12] Ireland, Dublin Assembly. [S4-V3-p1001] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the House of Commons to the King. [1775-10-12] Ireland, Dublin Assembly. [S4-V3-p1002] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Lords to the Lord-Lieutenant. [1775-10-12] Ireland, Dublin Assembly. [S4-V3-p1003] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Answer. [1775-10-12] Ireland, Dublin Assembly. [S4-V3-p1004] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Commons to the Lord-Lieutenant. [1775-10-12] Ireland, Dublin Assembly. [S4-V3-p1004] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Answer. [1775-10-12] King, George. [S4-V3-p1004] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

New-York Committee direct the Guard at the Barracks to prevent the removal of any stores, without the written order of the Committee or the Provincial Congress, Permission given to William Prince to ship off Fruit Trees. [1775-10-10] New-York Committee. [S4-V3-p1005] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter. [1775-10-10] New-York Committee. [S4-V3-p1005] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition. [1775-10-10] New-York Committee. [S4-V3-p1005] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolutions of the New-York Provincial Congress, to dissolve that body on the 14th of November next, and providing for the election of another on the 7th of the same month. [1775-10-10] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p1005] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Lieutenant Gibbs to Governour Trumbull, informing him of the distressed condition of the sick of the Connnecticut Troops, who are on their return. [1775-10-10] Gibbs, Warham, Lieutenant. [S4-V3-p1006] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Major French to Governour Trumbull, requesting, as there is no place of worship for him in Hartford, that he may be removed to Middletown. [1775-10-10] French, Christopher, Major. [S4-V3-p1006] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Major French to T. Paine. From the law of nations to presoners of war, he has a right to demand his subsistence, and that of the gentlemen with him, amounting to seventeen shillings and six pence sterling per day. [1775-10-10] French, Christopher, Major. [S4-V3-p1007] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Cooke to General Washington. He cannot comply with the request of Congress, to furnish two Armed Vessels. [1775-10-10] Cooke, Nicholas, Governour of Rhode-Island. [S4-V3-p1007] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Cambridge. [1775-10-12] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p1007] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Safety for New-Hampshire to General Sullivan. [1775-10-10] New-Hampshire, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p1007] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Meshech Weare and Nathaniel Folsom appointed to attend the Committee of Conference on the part of New-Hampshire. [1775-10-18] Weare, Meshech. [S4-V3-p1008] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Noblemen, etc., of the County of Ayr, to the King. [1775-10-11] . [S4-V3-p1008] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Lord Provost, etc., of the City of Edinburgh, to the King, expressing their abhorrence of the rebellious spirit in America. [1775-10-11] Scotland, Wick Provost, Magistrates, and Common Council. [S4-V3-p1008] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings. [1775-10-05] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p1009] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address, Memorial, and Petition of the Gentlemen , Merchants, and Traders of London, to the King, praying His Majesty to cause hostilities to cease in America, and to adopt such mode of reconciling this unhappy controversy as in best promote the interest of commerce and the welfare of the people. [1775-10-11] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p1010] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Edmund Burke to Mr. Hayes, Chairman of the Meeting of Merchants, etc., at Bristol. [1775-10-11] Burke, Edmund. [S4-V3-p1011] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the President of Congress to General Schuyler. Congress expects from his endeavours, that the Canadians may be induced to accede to an union with these Colonies, and that they form, from their several Parishes, a Provincial Convention, and send Delegates to the Provincial Congress. [1775-10-11] Hancock, John. [S4-V3-p1011] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address to the People of Pennsylvania, on Independence, and a separation from Great Britain. [1775-10-11] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p1013] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Abner Briggs to the New-York Committee, praying permission to load a small Vessel with Provisions for the Inhabitants of Nantucket, who are in great distress. [1775-10-11] Briggs, Abner. [S4-V3-p1015] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Timothy Doughty and others to the New-York Congress, praying for a speedy hearing. [1775-10-11] Doughty, Timothy. [S4-V3-p1016] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Joseph Reed to Colonel Clover. The General directs that not a moment of time be lost in getting the Vessels ready, and directs that a fourth Vessel be engaged immediately, at Newbury. [1775-10-11] Reed, Joseph, Colonel. [S4-V3-p1016] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Reed to the Council of Massachusetts. [1775-10-11] Reed, Joseph, Colonel. [S4-V3-p1016] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Assembly meets at New-Haven, List of the Members, William W. Williams, Speaker, and Richard Law, Clerk, Embargo laid on the exportation of Provisions to continue till the first day of June next, The Troops sent into New-York, and those employed against the Ministerial Forces in Canada, are subject to the Rules and Regulations of the Army of the United Colonies, Delegates appointed to the General Congress for one year, Committee to purchase all the Fire-Arms made in the Colony before the first day of May next. [1775-10-11] Connecticut Assembly. [S4-V3-p1017] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Acts further regulating the Militia, and encouraging military skill, for the better defence of the Colony. [1775-10-11] Connecticut Assembly. [S4-V3-p1019] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Treasurer. [1775-10-11] Connecticut Assembly. [S4-V3-p1020] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Act providing for the defence of the Sea-Coast of the Colony. [1775-10-11] Connecticut Assembly. [S4-V3-p1021] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to provide for the Prisoners of War in Hartford, Governour Trumbull requested to write to the Congress, and state the several matters relative to the Prisoners of War in the Colony, Committee appointed to repair to New-Canaan, and examine the quality and state of the Lead Mines there. [1775-10-11] Connecticut Assembly. [S4-V3-p1022] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Benjamin Stiles, of Woodbury, required to appear before the Assembly at its next session, and answer to the charges against him, of having spoken contemptuously of the Delegates of the Colony, and of the measure of the Continental Congress, John R. Marshall, of Woodbury, cited to appear and answer to the charge against him, of having spoken contemptuously of the doings of this Assembly. [1775-10-11] Connecticut Assembly. [S4-V3-p1024] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Daniel Gray, of Stamford, and Stephen Thorp, of Fairfield, each permitted to load a Sloop with Rye and Indian Corn for the Inhabitants of Falmouth, Machias, and Sheepcut, Leonard Dusau permitted to load his Vessel with Lumber, for the West-Indies, on condition that he shall procure and return unto this Continent such Military Stores as he can obtain, that may be useful and necessary. [1775-10-11] Connecticut Assembly. [S4-V3-p1024] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Persons nominated to stand for election in May next, All private business of a disputable nature referred over to the next session of the Assembly, in May next. [1775-10-11] Connecticut Assembly. [S4-V3-p1026] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Association to be signed by all the male persons, inhabitants of the Colony, of the age of twenty-one years and upwards, referred to the next session. [1775-10-11] Connecticut Assembly. [S4-V3-p1026] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve to prevent the going at large of persons who may be dangerous to the safety of the Colony, or the liberties of America, referred to the next session. [1775-10-11] Connecticut Assembly. [S4-V3-p1028] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Magistrates, etc., of the Port and Town of Leith, to the King. If our deluded fellow-subjects in America continue in their unnatural and unprovoked Rebellion, with our fortunes and with our lives we will assert the supremacy of our King and Parliament over every part of the British Empire. [1775-10-12] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p1027] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Gentlemen, etc., of Bradford, Trowbridge, and Melksham, in the County of Wilts, to the King. They testify their sincere abhorrence of the rebellious spirit which has appeared in America. [177510-12] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p1029] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Justices of the Peace for the County of Middlesex, in General Session assembled, to the King. They seek in vain for the motives of that unnatural Rebellion in North-America, into which the inhabitants of some of the Provinces, by the artifices of a disappointed and impotent faction, have been precipitated. [177510-12] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p1030] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of John Hunter Holt to the Publick. He has some expectation of procuring printing materials in place of those taken from his office by Lord Dunmore and of being able to continue his Paper. [1775-10-12] Hunter, John. [S4-V3-p1031] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Thomas Robinson, of Delaware, denying the charge against him of being unfriendly to his Country. [1775-10-12] Robinson, Thomas. [S4-V3-p1032] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Certificate of a Committee, declaring the charge against Thomas Robinson is altogether without foundation. [1775] Turpin, Joseph. [S4-V3-p1032] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Congress of New-York to General Washington. [1775-10-12] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p1032] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Information communicated by Captain William Thomson to the New-York Congress, October 10th, and enclosed in the preceding Letter to General Washington. [1775-10-10] Thomson, William, Lieutenant-Colonel. [S4-V3-p1032] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to Governour Trumbull, in reply to his Letter of the 29th of September. [1775-10-12] Schuyler, Philip, Major-General. [S4-V3-p1033] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to General Washington. He is extremely apprehensive that a want of Powder will be fatal to their operations. [1775-10-12] Schuyler, Philip, Major-General. [S4-V3-p1035] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Newport, Rhode-Island, Committee, to the New-York Committee, requesting them to permit a small supply of Flour to be shipped from New-York for the Inhabitants of Newport, who are in great distress. [1775-10-12] Rhode-Island, Newport Committee. [S4-V3-p1036] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Cambridge to a Gentleman in Connecticut. The malicious reports in circulation against our General Officers are ungenerous and unjust, and more likely than anything else to effect the grand design of our enemies. [1775-10-12] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p1036] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Reed to Captain Broughton. [1775-10-12] Reed, Joseph, Colonel. [S4-V3-p1037] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Reed to Colonel Glover. [1775-10-12] Reed, Joseph, Colonel. [S4-V3-p1037] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Gen. Washington to the President of Congress. Before he received the Letter from the Congress, of October 5, he had given orders for the equipment of some Armed Vessels, one of them was on a cruise, the others will be fit for sea in a few days, under the command of Officers of the Continental Army. [1775-10-12] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p1037] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Questions in writing, submitted on the 5th of October to the General Officer which they are requested to consider, and be prepared to give their opinions upon in Council, on Monday next. [1775-10-05] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p1039] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Council of War, held at Head-Quarters on the 8th of October, on the Questions submitted by General Washington on the 5th. [1775-10-08] Council of War. [S4-V3-p1039] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Brigadier-General Gate's Opinion on the Queries of October 5th. [1775-10-08] Gates, Horatio, General. [S4-V3-p1040] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Opinion of Brigadier-General Greene, in answer to the Queries of October 5th. [1775-10-08] Greene, Nathaniel, General. [S4-V3-p1042] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Answer of General Sullivan on the Questions propounded by General Washington on the 5th of October. [1775-10-08] Sullivan, John, General. [S4-V3-p1043] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Account of the Men in Colonel Stark's Regiment, who are willing to continue in the service during the winter. [1775-10-08] Stark, John, Colonel. [S4-V3-p1044] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Estimate of the expense of the Commissary-Generals Department for an American Army, of twenty-two thousand five hundred men, from October 10, 1775, to May 10, 1776. [1775-10-08] Trumbull, Joseph. [S4-V3-p1045] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Estimate by the Quartermaster-General for Barracks. [1775-10-08] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p1045] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Account of Cash expenditures by Colonel William Thompson. [1775-10-08] Thompson, William. [S4-V3-p1045] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Instructions to Captain Broughton, dated September 2, 1775. [1775-09-02] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p1046] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Affidavit of William Cowley, in relation to a scheme between Lord Dunmore and Major Connolly, to distress the Southern Colpales. [1775-10-12] Cowley, William. [S4-V3-p1047] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders by General Washington, Oct. 5. [1775-10-05] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p1048] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders by General Washington, Oct. 7. [1775-10-07] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p1048] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders by General Washington, Oct. 8. [1775-10-08] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p1049] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders by General Washington, Oct. 9. [1775-10-09] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p1049] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders by General Washington, Oct. 11. [1775-10-11] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p1049] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-Hampshire Committee of Safety to their Delegates in Congress. [1775-10-12] New-Hampshire, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p1049] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Mayor, etc., of the Town of Southampton, to the King. Lament that their fellow-subjects in America, deluded by the arts of wicked and licentious men, have proceeded to acts of Rebellion against His Majesty. [1775-10-13] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p1050] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Provincial Congress of New-Jersey to the Continental Congress, requesting they may have the appointment of the Field-Officers in the Battalions proposed to be raised in the Province. [1775-10-13] New-Jersey, Provincial Congress. [S4-V3-p1050] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Provincial Congress of New-Jersey to the Continental Congress. They are about to raise four thousand Minute-Men, to take the field on any emergency, and desire to know what provision has been made for such Minute-Men, if called into service. [1775-10-14] New-Jersey, Provincial Congress. [S4-V3-p1051] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-York Provincial Congress to the Continental Congress, enclosing Governour Trumbull's Letter of the 9th instant. [1775-10-13] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p1051] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Trumbull. [1775-10-09] Trumbull, Jonathan, Governour of Connecticut. [S4-V3-p1051] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

New-York Congress. [1775-10-13] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p1052] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Tryon to Whitehead Hicks, Mayor of New-York. Has been informed that the Continental Congress have recommended it to the Provincial Congress to seize the Officers of Government, and himself, by name. [1775-10-13] Tryon, William, Governour of New-York. [S4-V3-p1052] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Mayor to Governour Tryon. The Members of the Corporation, and the Citizens generally, are averse to his leaving the City. [1775-10-14] Hicks, Whitehead, Mayor of New-York. [S4-V3-p1052] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-York Committee to the Mayor. They are assured that the Provincial Congress have received no order or recommendation to seize the Governour, or any of the Officers of Government. [1775-10-13] New-York Committee. [S4-V3-p1053] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Tryon to Whitehead Hicks. He cannot remain longer on shore, without positive declarations of their full protection, under every circumstance. [1775-10-14] Tryon, William, Governour of New-York. [S4-V3-p1053] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Whitehead Hicks to Governour Tryon. [1775-10-18] Hicks, Whitehead, Mayor of New-York. [S4-V3-p1053] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-York Committee to Whitehead Hicks. [1775-10-17] New-York Committee. [S4-V3-p1053] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Tryon to Whitehead Hicks. Has removed on board the Halifax Packet, for his personal safety, and will do such business of the country as the situation of the times will admit. [1775-10-19] Tryon, William, Governour of New-York. [S4-V3-p1054] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to Governour Trumbull. [1775-10-13] Schuyler, Philip, Major-General. [S4-V3-p1054] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Montgomery to General Schuyler, dated October 13th. [1775-10-13] Montgomery, Richard, General. [S4-V3-p1097] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings of a Council of War, held at St. John's, October 13th. [1775-10-13] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p1097] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to John Augustine Washington. [1775-10-13] Washington, John Augustine. [S4-V3-p1054] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to Governour Cooke. [1775-10-13] Cooke, Nicholas, Governour of Rhode-Island. [S4-V3-p1055] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to Governour Trumbull. [1775-10-13] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p1055] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Reed to Captain Ephraim Bowen, Jun., instructing him to repair to Plymouth, to procure and fit out another Armed Vessel. [1775-10-13] Reed, Joseph, Colonel. [S4-V3-p1056] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Captain Bowen's Journal. [1775-10-15] Bowen, Ephraim. [S4-V3-p1056] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Reed to the Committee of Plymouth. [1775-10-13] Reed, Joseph, Colonel. [S4-V3-p1057] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Arnold to General Washington. [1775-10-13] Arnold, Benedict. [S4-V3-p1057] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Journal of Colonel Arnold's march, from the 15th of September to the 13th of October. [1775-10-13] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p1058] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Arnold to John Manir. [1775-10-13] Arnold, Benedict. [S4-V3-p1062] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Arnold to General Schuyler. He has arrived at Dead River, and expects to meet him at Quebeck in two weeks. [1775-10-13] Arnold, Benedict. [S4-V3-p1062] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Arnold to Lieutenant Steel. [1775-10-13] Arnold, Benedict. [S4-V3-p1063] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Merchants and Traders of the City of London, to the King, declaring their entire disapprobation and abhorrence of the unjustifiable proceedings in some of the Colonies in America, and pledging their lives and fortunes in His Majesty's support. [1775-10-13] England, London Merchants. [S4-V3-p1063] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from George Mason to General Washington, informing of what was done at the Virginia Convention. [1775-10-14] Mason, George. [S4-V3-p1063] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to the President of Congress. Urges the necessity of erecting Fortifications for securing Hudson's River. Every object, as to importance, sinks almost to nothing, when put in competition with that, for should a body of Forces be sent up Hudson's River, and a chain of Vessels be stationed in all its extent, it will greatly distress, if not ruin our cause. [1775-10-14] Schuyler, Philip, Major-General. [S4-V3-p1065] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to the New-York Congress. General Montgomery is carrying on his approaches at St. John's as fast as the difficulties he has to contend with will permit, every species of Artillery Stores are, in some measure, wanted. [1775-10-14] Schuyler, Philip, Major-General. [S4-V3-p1066] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to General Washington. [1775-10-14] Schuyler, Philip, Major-General. [S4-V3-p1066] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Sullivan to General Washington. [1775-10-14] Sullivan, John, General. [S4-V3-p1067] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Arnold to Colonel Farnsworth. [1775-10-14] Arnold, Benedict. [S4-V3-p1067] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Edmund Pendleton to Richard Henry Lee. If Virginia had Arms and Ammunition, it would give vigour to their measures, a supply was expected, but Lord Dunmore has been informed of it, and he has six or seven Tenders at the Capes on the look out for it. [1775-10-15] Pendleton, Edmund. [S4-V3-p1067] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Representation of Nathan Taylor, and others, to Governour Trumbull, complaining of the treatment they receive from General Schuyler. [1775-10-15] Taylor, Nathan. [S4-V3-p1068] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Glover to General Washington. The Vessels Captain Broughton and Selman are to command are ready to take Troops on board. [1775-10-15] Glover, John, Colonel. [S4-V3-p1068] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Dr. Wheelock to Gen. Washington. Suggests sending an experienced and well accomplished Missionary into Canada, to facilitate and effect the union of that Colony with the other Colonies. [1775-10-15] Wheelock, Eleazer. [S4-V3-p1069] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Gage to the Earl of Dartmouth. The promoters' of the Rebellion have no real desire of peace, unless they have a carte blanche: their whole conduct has been one scene of fallacy, duplicity, and dissimulation, by which they have duped many well-inclined people. [1775-10-15] Gage, Thomas, General. [S4-V3-p1069] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letters from Colonel Arnold to Colonel Enos. [1775-10-15] Arnold, Benedict. [S4-V3-p1070] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letters from Colonel Arnold to Colonel Enos. [1775-10-15] Arnold, Benedict. [S4-V3-p1070] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Mayor, etc., of the City of Winchester, to the King, expressing their abhorrence of the unnatural rebellion which prevails in many of His Majesty's Colonies in America, fomented by the wicked designs of artful and ambitious persons there, and traitorously abetted by a licentious and disappointed faction at home. [1775-10-16] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p1071] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Provost, Magistrates, and Town-Council of Dundee. They cannot forbear to express, in the strongest terms, their high disapprobation of a Rebellion so unnatural and so unprovoked as that now existing among the deluded people of North-America. [1775-10-16] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p1071] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Concession of Daniel Varnum, made to the Committee of Inspection for Kent County, Delaware. [1775-10-16] Delaware, Kent County Commmittee of Correspondence. [S4-V3-p1072] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from a Member of the Continental Congress to his Friend in Virginia. [1775-10-16] Virginia Delegates, Continental Congress. [S4-V3-p1072] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Capture of a British Transport, grounded on Brigantine Beach, near Egg-Harbour, New-Jersey. [1775-10-25] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p1078] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Statement of Joseph Sooy, Jun. relating to the Transport stranded on Brigantine Beach. [1775-10-23] Sooy, Joseph. [S4-V3-p1074] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Dr. J. Young to Governour Trumbull. Complains of the treatment of the sick, and requests the particular instructions of the Governour relative to the Soldiers under his care. [1775-10-16] Young, J, Dr.. [S4-V3-p1074] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Reed to Colonel Glover. Captain Broughton and Captain Selman have their orders and must be immediately despatched. [1775-10-16] Reed, Joseph, Colonel. [S4-V3-p1075] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Instructions to Captain Nicholson Broughton, requiring him to proceed immediately for the River St. Lawrence, to intercept the Vessels from England for Quebeck, with Arms and Military Stores. [1775-10-16] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p1075] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Instructions to Captain Selman. He is to consider Captain Broughton as his Commodore, to keep company with him, and to consult him. [1775-10-16] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p1076] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Greene to Governour Ward. [1775-10-16] Greene, Nathaniel, General. [S4-V3-p1076] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of Captain Mowat, of His Majesty's Ship Canceau, to the People of Falmouth. [1775-10-16] Mowat, Captain. [S4-V3-p0000] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Freeholders of the Shire of Argyle to the King. Declare their abhorrence of the unnatural Rebellion of their deluded fellow-subjects in America, which is encouraged and fomented by several discontented and turbulent persons at home. [1775-10-17] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p1077] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Mayor, etc., of the Borough and Town of Arundel, to the King. They are struck with horror at the unnatural and daring rebellion into which His Majesty's infatuated American Colonies have suffered themselves to be deluded. [1775-10-17] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p1078] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Lieutenant-Governour, etc., of the Island of Guernsey, to the King. Have well grounded hopes that the measures of His Majesty will bring the seditious and rebellious American Chiefs, and their adherents, to a dutiful submission, and teach them that a state of Independence is a state of anarchy and confusion, and therefore full of calamites. [1775-10-17] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p1078] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of New-York order an answer to a Letter from Governour Tryon. [1775-10-17] New-York Committee. [S4-V3-p1080] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Provincial Congress of New-York to the Continental Congress. The Fortifications in the Highlands are in such forwardness that most of the Connon may be mounted in six weeks. [1775-10-17] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p1080] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolutions of the Provincial Congress, enclosed in the preceding Letter. [1775-10-17] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p1080] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Field and Staff Officers of the Militia of Dutchess County, New-York. [1775-10-17] New-York, Dutchess County Committee. [S4-V3-p1081] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from John Hunter to the New-York Congress, presenting a plan for establishing a Linen Manufactory. [1775-10] Hunter, John. [S4-V3-p1081] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Trumbull to the President of Congress. [1775-10-17] Trumbull, Jonathan, Governour of Connecticut. [S4-V3-p1082] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Reed to Ephraim Bowen, gving instructions about fitting out the Armed Vessels at Plymouth. [1775-10-17] Reed, Joseph, Colonel. [S4-V3-p1083] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Reed to William Watson, with his instructions as agent for Prizes. [1775-10-17] Reed, Joseph, Colonel. [S4-V3-p1083] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Reed to Colonel Glover. The General is much dissatisfied with the delay in fitting out the Vessels at Marblehead. [1775-10-17] Reed, Joseph, Colonel. [S4-V3-p1084] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Samuel Goodwin to General Washington. He furnished Colonel Arnold with a plan of the country from Kennebeck to Quebeck. [1775-10-17] Goodwin, Samuel. [S4-V3-p1084] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-Hampshire Committee of Safety to the Committee of Portsmouth, recommending permits to be granted to carry the necessaries of life to the Inhabitants of the Isle of Shoals. [1775-10-17] New-Hampshire, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p1085] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Arnold to Colonel Enos, requesting him to hurry on as fast as possible. [1775-10-17] Arnold, Benedict. [S4-V3-p1085] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Arnold to Major Bigelow. [1775-10-17] Arnold, Benedict. [S4-V3-p1085] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Meet at the Court-House of Johnston County, Members of the Council, Cornelius Harnett, President, and James Green, Jun., Clerk, Officers of the Minute-Men for Dobbs County. Delegates and Committee-Men to be elected in Wake and Tryon Counties. [1775-10-18] North-Carolina, Provincial Council. [S4-V3-p1087] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Appropriations for the purchase of Provisions for the Troops. [1775-10-19] North-Carolina, Provincial Council. [S4-V3-p1087] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Commissions ordered to be issued to the Minute and Militia Officers in the several Districts and Counties within the Province, Uniforms ordered for the one thousand men raised in the Province on Continental establishment, Minute-Men may be enlisted in Districts where the Companies ordered by the Congress cannot by speedily raised, Sundry Officers appointed and promoted, Paymasters appointed for the Districts of Edenton, Newbern, Wilmington, Salisbury, and Hillsborough, Next Provincial Congress to be held in the Town of Halifax, the first day of May next, Next Provincial Council to be held at the Court House, in the County of Johnston, the 17th of December next, Committees to engage Vessels at Newbern, Wilmington, and Edenton, and send them where they may deem expedient, to procure Arms and Ammunition for the use and protection of the Province. [1775-10-20] North-Carolina, Provincial Council. [S4-V3-p1088] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Troops landing in a hostile manner, in any part of the Province, to be opposed by the two Battalions of the American Army raised in the Province, to the utmost of their power, President of the Council directed to correspond with the Councils of Safety of Virginia and South-Carolina, Paymasters now appointed are not under the control of the Commanding Officers of the two Battalions of the American Army, and are not disqualified to sit in the Council or in the Provincial Congress, Twenty thousand Pounds appropriated for the purchase of Drums, Colours, etc., for the Regulars and Minute-Men in the Districts of Hillsborough, Halifax, Wilmington, and Salisbury, Three thousand Pounds appropriated for the purchase of Arms and Ammunition. [1775-10-21] North-Carolina, Provincial Council. [S4-V3-p1090] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee appointed to explain to the People of New-Hanover County the proceedings of the Provincial Congress, Committees throughout the Province required to exert their utmost influence to forward and hasten the Minute service, Committees of Safety recommended to meet in their respective Districts, on or before the last Tuesday in November next. [1775-10-22] North-Carolina, Provincial Council. [S4-V3-p1092] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Mayor, etc., of the Town and County of Haverford-West, to the King, expressing their abhorrence of the traitorous measures adopted in a distant part of His Majesty's Dominions. [1775-10-18] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p1086] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Provincial Congress of New-York to the Continental Congrss. They have sent the ton of Powder to General Schuyler, as requested, although they could not, beside that, command two hundred pounds of Powder to save the Colony from destruction. [1775-10-18] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p1093] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to General Wooster, requesting him to answer explicitly whether he considers his Regiment in the service of the Associated Colonies, and himself a younger Brigadier-General than Mr. Montgomery, or not. [1775-10-19] Schuyler, Philip, Major-General. [S4-V3-p1107] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Wooster to General Schuyler, in reply. Admits General Montgomery is his senior, his Regiment is a Connecticut Regiment, acting in conjunction with the Troops of the other Colonies, for the defence of the Associated Colonies in general. [1775-10-19] Wooster, David, General. [S4-V3-p1107] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to the President of Congress. The Troops dislike the service, they pretend sickness and sulk about, some, even Officers, go away without leave. Those of General Wooster's Regiment in Ticonderoga, did not choose to move for St. John's until he arrived, he has consented to be under the command of General Montgomery, and proceeds tomorrow with the First Division of his Regiment. [1775-10-18] Schuyler, Philip, Major-General. [S4-V3-p1093] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Return of discharged sick men. [1775-10-12] Schuyler, Philip, Major-General. [S4-V3-p1097] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-Hampshire Committee of Safety to General Washington. After consulting with the Committee of Portsmouth, they have determined to forward the whole cargo of Flour taken in the Ship Prince. [1775-10-18] New-Hampshire, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p1099] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Sullivan to the New-Hampshire Committee of Safety, enclosing a list of the vacancies in the New-Hampshire Regiments. [1775-10-18] Sullivan, John, General. [S4-V3-p1099] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Sullivan to the New-Hampshire Committee of Safety, enclosing a list of the vacancies in the New-Hampshire Regiments. [1775-10-18] Sullivan, John, General. [S4-V3-p1099] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Sullivan to the New-Hampshire Committee of Safety, enclosing a list of the vacancies in the New-Hampshire Regiments. [1775-10-18] Sullivan, John, General. [S4-V3-p1099] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Sullivan to the New-Hampshire Committee of Safety, enclosing a list of the vacancies in the New-Hampshire Regiments. [1775-10-18] Sullivan, John, General. [S4-V3-p1100] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Mayor, etc., of the Borough of Abingdon, to the King. They lament the misery and abhor the conduct of thir fellow-subjects in American, influenced and deluded by factious men, at home and abroad. [1775-10-19] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p1100] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Provost, etc., of the City of Aberdeen, to the King. They are filled with astonishment and horror to see the audacious spirit of their fellow-subjects in America. [1775-10-19] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p1100] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Provost, etc., of the Burgh of Ayr, to the King. With horror and detestation they behold the standard of Rebellion erected in America. [1775-10-19] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p1101] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Noblemen, etc., of the County of Linlithgow, to the King, declaring their detestation and abhorrence of the Rebellion in America. [1775-10-19] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p1102] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Virginia Committee of Safety recommend to Magistrates and other officers, civil and military, and the several Committees in the Colony, to be vigilant in examining all strangers and suspected persons they may find passing. [1775-10-19] Virginia, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p1102] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Virginia Committee of Safety. [1775-10-19] Virginia, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p1102] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address to the Inhabitants of Virginia, on the conduct of Lord Dunmore. [1775-10-19] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p1103] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the President of Congress to General Wooster. [1775-10-19] Hancock, John. [S4-V3-p1105] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Circular Letter from a Committee of the Continental Congress, requesting to be furnished with accounts of the hostilities committed by the Ministerial Army and Navy in America, since March last. [1775-10-19] Continental Congress. [S4-V3-p1105] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Remarks on Allegiance to Crowned Heads upon the British Throne. Resistance of the Colonies to the present King of Great Britain is not Rebellion. [1775-10-19] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p1105] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to Richard Henry Lee, urging the importance of taking measures to frustrate the Ministerial designs on Hudson River. [1775-10-19] Schuyler, Philip, Major-General. [S4-V3-p1108] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Account from Rhode-Island of the attack on Bristol, by Captain Wallace. [1775-10-19] Wallace, James, Captain. [S4-V3-p1108] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Joseph Reed to Captain Broughton, informing him that another Brig, with Military Stores, was expected from England for Quebeck. [1775-10-19] Reed, Joseph, Colonel. [S4-V3-p1109] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Reed to Stephen Moylan, urging him to hurry off the Vessels that are to cruise. [1775-10-19] Reed, Joseph, Colonel. [S4-V3-p1109] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Stephen Moylan to Colonel Reed. Captain Broughton and Captain Selman will both be ready to sail tomorrow. [1775-10-19] Moylan, Stephen, Colonel. [S4-V3-p1109] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Ephraim Bowen to Colonel Reed. The two Vessels at Plymouth can soon be fitted out, that for Adams by Saturday, and the other, for Martindale, as soon as the cannon can be procurred. [1775-10-19] Bowen, Ephraim. [S4-V3-p1110] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Huntington to Governour Trumbull. All appearances of a reconciliation between this Country and Great Britain, commonly, though erroneously, called the Mother Country, are vanished out of sight. [1775-10-19] Huntington, Jedediah, Colonel. [S4-V3-p1110] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Mayor, etc., of the City of Worchester, to the King, expressing their abhorrence of the seditious principles, propagated by evil desiging men, which have excited a most atrocious and unnatural Rebellion in America. [1775-10-20] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p1111] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the County of Stafford, to the King, against the ungrateful and unnatural Rebellion in America. [1775-10-20] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p1112] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Mayor, etc., of the City of Gloucester, to the King, against the unnatural Rebellion in America. [1775-10-20] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p1112] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Gentlemen, Clergy, Manufacturers, and principal Inhabitants of the Town of Nottingham, to the King, against the Rebels in America, and their abetters in Great Britain. [1775-10-20] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p1113] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Mayor, etc., of the Town of Nottingham, to the King, expressing their dread of the consequences of those Addresses, which, making a show of peculiar loyalty to His Majesty, recommend an unyielding pursuit of measures against the Colonies, that are perhaps as impracticable as they are ruinous. [1775-10-20] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p1113] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of Gentlemen, principal Manufacturers, and Inhabitants of the Town of Nottingham, to the King. They are convinced that the measures recommended in the Addresses against the Americans, lead to irrecoverable ruin, the situation of America is such as renders it imprudent, and of no advantage to the common welfare, to enforce all the claims of Parliament, however just they may be. [1775-10-20] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p1115] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Maryland Council of Safety meet at Chestertown, in Kent County. [1775-10-20] Maryland, Council of Safety. [S4-V3-p1116] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Agree with William Whetcroft, of Annapolis, to import a sufficient number of workmen to make and deliver fifty stand of Arms for the Province, every week, for two years. [1775-10-21] Maryland, Council of Safety. [S4-V3-p1116] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Delegates of the Province in the Continental Congress authorized to contract for three hundred barrels of Gunpowder, Six hundred Pounds advanced to Dr. Ephraim Howard, to enable him to carry on the manufacture of Saltpetre, in an extensive manner. [1775-10-21] Maryland, Council of Safety. [S4-V3-p1117] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Recommendation. [1775-10-21] Maryland, Council of Safety. [S4-V3-p1117] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committees of Observation requested to complete their Returns of the Militia and Minute-Men, as soon as may be. [1775-10-21] Maryland, Council of Safety. [S4-V3-p1117] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Convention to meet on the 4th of December next, at Annapolis. [1775-10-21] Maryland, Council of Safety. [S4-V3-p1117] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the President of Congress to General Washington. The Congress has desired Captain Macpherson to repair to Cambridge, and communicate to General Washington his plan for destroying the Ministerial Armed Vessels. [1775-10-20] Hancock, John. [S4-V3-p1118] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from President Hancock to the New-York Congress, requesting a copy of Governour Tryon's Letter to the Mayor of New-York, dated the 13th instant, and a copy of any order or proceedings of the Provincial Congress, or of the Mayor and Corporation, in consequence of Governour Tryon's Letter. [1775-10-20] Hancock, John. [S4-V3-p1311] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Provincial Congress of New-York to the Continental Congress. They are very largely in advance on the general concern for Moneys paid to Troops, and also for Provisions, etc., and request a remittance from the Congress. [1775-10-20] New-York, Congress. [S4-V3-p1118] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Returns of Officers of sixteen Regiments, in New-York. [1775-10-20] Visscher, Matthew. [S4-V3-p1118] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Jacob Bayley to the New-York Congress. [1775-10-20] Bayley, Jacob. [S4-V3-p1124] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to the President of Congress. [1775-10-20] Schuyler, Philip, Major-General. [S4-V3-p1124] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Samuel Mott to Governour Trumbull. Chambly has surrendered, but the garrison of St. John's holds out, and is very obstinate. [1775-10-20] Mott, Samuel. [S4-V3-p1124] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders to Major Tupper, requiring him to seize two Vessels at Martha's Vineyard, with Provisions for the Ministerial Troops at Boston. [1775-10-20] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p1125] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Reed to Captain Bowen, praying him to forward the two Vessels, at Plymouth, as fast as possible. [1775-10-20] Reed, Joseph, Colonel. [S4-V3-p1125] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Reed to the Committee of Plymouth, requesting them to sell or lend a portion of their Town stock of Powder, for the two Armed Vessels fitting out there. [1775-10-20] Reed, Joseph, Colonel. [S4-V3-p1126] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Reed to the Committee of Bristol, requesting them to supply Captain Gowen with such Guns as may be wanted for the Armed Vessels fitting out at Plymouth. [1775-10-20] Reed, Joseph, Colonel. [S4-V3-p1126] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Reed to Colonel Glover. The equipment of the two Vessels at Salem must be hastened as fast as possible, some Flag must be fixed upon, that the vessels may be known, and the flag used for the Floating Batteries is recommended. [1775-10-20] Reed, Joseph, Colonel. [S4-V3-p1126] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Gates to the Committee of Portsmouth, New-Hampshire. [1775-10-20] Gates, Horatio, General. [S4-V3-p1127] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel James Read to the New Hampshire Committee of Safety. [1775-10-20] Read, James, Colonel. [S4-V3-p1127] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Speech of the Governour to the House of Representatives of Nova-Scotia. He has reason to think the Americans, in arms against His Majesty's Government, intend to disturb the peace of that Province and advises the adoption of defensive measures. [1775-10-20] Legge, Francis, Governour of Nova-Scotia, Canada. [S4-V3-p1127] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Answer of the House to the Governour. [1775-10-23] Legge, Francis, Governour of Nova-Scotia, Canada. [S4-V3-p1128] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the principal Inhabitants of the Borough of Bridgewater, to the King, against the ungrateful and daring Rebellion in America. [1775-10-23] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p1128] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the High Sheriff, etc., of the County of Carmarthen, to the King, denouncing the disloyalty an drebillious practices of His Majesty's Colonies in America. [1775-10-23] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p1128] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Officers of the Northern Regiment of Devonshire Militia, to the King. They are resolved and ready, as far as the laws of the Realm will admit, to stand by His Majesty against all rebellious attempts whatsoever. [1775-10-21] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p1129] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Provincial Congress of New-Jersey to the Continental Congress. The two Battalions ordered to be raised there will be speedily completed. [1775-10-21] New-Jersey, Provincial Congress. [S4-V3-p1130] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Militia Officers. [1775-10-21] Leggett, Abraham. [S4-V3-p1130] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to the President of Congress. [1775-10-21] Schuyler, Philip, Major-General. [S4-V3-p1130] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Montgomery to General Schuyler, dated October 20th. Chambly has surrendered to Major Brown and Major Livingston, six tons of Powder among the stores taken, the Colours of the seventh Regiment sent to General Schuyler. [1775-10-20] Montgomery, Richard, General. [S4-V3-p1132] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Articles proposed by Major Stopford for the surrender of Chambly. [1775-10-20] Stopford, J, Major. [S4-V3-p1133] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Major Brown's Answer. [1775-10-20] Brown, John, Major. [S4-V3-p1133] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Major Stopford's acceptance of the terms proposed by Major Brown, October 18th. [1775-10-18] Stopford, J, Major. [S4-V3-p1133] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

List of Officers taken at Chambly, List of Stores taken at Chambly. [1775-10] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p1133] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Montgomery to Major Stopford. Governour Carleton treats his prisoners with cruel severity, loading them with irons, and Colonel Allen himself meets with the same indignity: this Conduct demanding retaliation, Major Stopford is requested to acquaint the Governour with his situation, and represent the fatal consequences which must attend the carrying on so barbarous a war. [1775-10-20] Montgomery, Richard, General. [S4-V3-p1134] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Stephen Moylan to Colonel Joseph Reed. Captains Broughton and Selman sailed this morning, the crew of the Schooner to be manned from Sullivan's Brigade should be ready to embark on Thursday. [1775-10-21] Moylan, Stephen, Colonel. [S4-V3-p1134] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Jonathan Hale to the New-Hampshire Committee of Safety. [1775-10-21] Hale, Jonathan. [S4-V3-p1134] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Earl of Dartmouth to General Howe. The representations made by Lord Dunmore and Governour Martin, of the practicability of reducing the Southern Colonies, has induced the King to order five Regiments for North-America, to embark at Cork, on the let of December, and proceed to Cape Fear River: views of the King, as to the management of military operations in America. [1775-10-22] Legge, William, Earl of Dartmouth. [S4-V3-p1135] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Examination of William Robinson by Lord Dunmore. He was in the Convention of Virginia, from the second day of their meeting until they broke up on the 20th day of their meeting until they broke up on the 20th day of August, heard, out of doors, the Articles of Confederation were to be proposed, but the Convention seemed desirous of keeping it secret. [1775-10-22] Dunmore, John, Governour of Virginia. [S4-V3-p1715] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Richard Henry Lee to General Washington. [1775-10-22] Lee, Richard Henry. [S4-V3-p1137] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General McDougall to General Sullivan. Several Vessls, inward bound, have been taken by the Viper, sloop-of-war, with at the least pretence of their having violated the Laws of Trade. [1775-10-22] McDougall, Alexander, Colonel. [S4-V3-p1138] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Montgomery to Governour Carleton. If the cruel treatment of the American Prisoners is persisted in, he will feel himself bound to execute the law of Retaliation. [1775-10-22] Montgomery, Richard, General. [S4-V3-p1138] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Justices of the Peace, etc., of the Liberty of the Tower of London, and the Precincts there of the King, declaring their abhorrence of the unnatural Rebellion in American, excited and supported by a few seditious persons at home. [1775-10-22] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p1139] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Bailiffs and Citizens of the City of Litchfield, to the King. They are grieved and astonished that the Colonists have suffered themselves to be drawn into a causeless and unnatural Rebellion. [1775-10-23] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p1139] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Gentlemen, etc., of the County of Worcester, to the King. They have beheld the conduct of His Majesty's rebellious subjects in America with indignation and abhorrence. [1775-10-23] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p1140] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Bishop and Clergy of the Isle-of-Man, to the King, declaring their abhorrence of the daring and unprovoked Rebellion in several of His Majesty's Courts, against the authority of the legislative power of Great Britain. [1775-10-23] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p1140] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the House of Keys, representing the Isle-of-Man, to the King, expressing their utter detestation of the unnatural Rebellion in some of His Majesty's Colonies, encouraged and abetted by wicked and designing men. [1775-10-23] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p1141] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Arrest, examination, commitment, and discharge of Stephen Sayre. [1775-10-23] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p1142] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Arrest, examination, commitment, and discharge of Stephen Sayre. [1775-10-28] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p1144] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Chester County (Pennsylvania) Committee. [1775-10-23] Pennsylvania, Chester County Committee. [S4-V3-p1144] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Concession of Robert Ferguson, of the Borough of Chester. [1775-10-24] Ferguson, Robert. [S4-V3-p1145] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Greene to Governour Ward. [1775-10-23] Greene, Nathaniel, General. [S4-V3-p1145] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Gates to General Sullivan. The General proposes to send him a party of experienced Riflemen, that may be of advantage should the enemy attempt to burn Portsmouth. [1775-10-23] Gates, Horatio, General. [S4-V3-p1147] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Reed to the Selectmen of Boston. The General will consent to the exchange of Master Lovell for the friend of Colonel Robertson. [1775-10-23] Reed, Joseph, Colonel. [S4-V3-p1147] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Boston to a Gentleman in Edinburgh, Scotland. The Americans cannot succeed in Manufactures in articles of the greatest necessity to themselves, and for which their country is well adapted. They will suffer more by the Non-Importation than Great Britain. The stopping of Salt, alone, will prove their ruin. In less than two years they will be obliged to accept of any terms prescribed by Great Britain. [1775-10-23] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p1147] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Boston to a Gentleman in Edinburgh, Scotland. The Americans cannot succeed in Manufactures in articles of the greatest necessity to themselves, and for which their country is well adapted. They will suffer more by the Non-Importation than Great Britain. The stopping of Salt, alone, will prove their ruin. In less than two years they will be obliged to accept of any terms prescribed by Great Britain. [1775-10-23] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p1147] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the High Sheriff, etc., of the County of Devon, to the King. They lament the infatuation and abhor the conduct of his American subjects. [1775-10-23] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p1148] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Provost, etc., of the Borough of Peebles, to the King. With the utmost abhorrence and detestation they see a Rebellion in some of His Majesty's Colonies, instigated by a seditious faction at home. [1775-10-24] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p1149] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Mayor, etc., of the ancient Borough of Christ Church, in the County of Southampton, to the King. With the deepest concern they see a desperate resistance of the Colonies to his parental protection. [1775-10-24] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p1149] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers of a Minute Regiment in Westchester County, New-York. [1775-10-24] New-York, Westchester Committee. [S4-V3-p1150] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers of a Minute Regiment in Westchester County, New-York. [1775-10-24] New-York, Westchester Committee. [S4-V3-p1150] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Meeting of the several Committees in the First Regiment, in Suffolk County, New-York, held in Smithtown. [1775-10-24] New-York, Suffolk County Committees of Correspondence. [S4-V3-p1151] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to the President of Congress, enclosing an account of the burning of Falmouth by the British. [1775-10-24] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p1151] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Falmouth. [1775-10-16] Jones, Pearson. [S4-V3-p1152] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Portsmouth, New Hampshire, to General Washington, October 19, informing him of the burning of Falmouth, and of their defenceless condition in case of an attack, as they have but seventeen barrels of Powder. [1775-10-19] New-Hampshire, Portsmouth Committee of Correspondence. [S4-V3-p1152] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Council of War at Head-Quarters, October 18, decide against an attack on Boston. [1775-10-18] Council of War. [S4-V3-p1153] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders by General Washington, Oct. 13. [1775-10-13] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p1153] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders, Oct. 14. [1775-10-14] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p1154] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders, Oct. 15. [1775-10-15] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p1154] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders, Oct. 17. [1775-10-17] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p1154] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders, Oct. 18. [1775-10-18] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p1154] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders, Oct. 21. [1775-10-21] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p1154] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders, Oct. 22. [1775-10-22] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p1154] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders, Oct. 23. [1775-10-23] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p1155] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders, Oct. 24. [1775-10-24] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p1155] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Conference, at Head-Quarters, to the President of Congress. [1775-10-24] Franklin, Benjamin. [S4-V3-p1155] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings of the Committee of Conference with General Washington, from Oct. 18 to Oct. 22. [1775-10-18] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p1156] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings of the Committee of Conference with General Washington, Oct. 19. [1775-10-19] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p1157] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings of the Committee of Conference with General Washington, Oct. 20. [1775-10-20] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p1157] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings of the Committee of Conference with General Washington, Oct. 21. [1775-10-21] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p1158] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings of the Committee of Conference with General Washington, Oct. 22. [1775-10-22] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p1158] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Minutes of Conference of the Committee with General Washington, October 23. [1775-10-23] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p1162] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Minutes of Conference of the Committee with General Washington. [1775-10-24] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p1163] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Remarks on the rules and Articles for the government of the Continental Troops. [1775-10-24] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p1163] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Memorial from the Assistant Quartermasters to the Committee of Conference. [1775-10-25] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p1164] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Return of the Army, October 17th. [1775-10-17] Gates, Horatio, General. [S4-V3-p1165] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Ordnance and Stores necessary for an Army of twenty thousand Men. [1775-10-20] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p1165] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Ordnance and Stores necessary for an Army of twenty thousand Men. [1775-10-20] Gridley, Richard. [S4-V3-p1167] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to the Committee of Falmouth. [1775-10-24] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p1167] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Articles of Agreement between General Washington and John Fisk, for twenty tons of Powder, to be delivered on the 1st of April, 1776. [1775-10-24] Washington, George, Fisk, John. [S4-V3-p1167] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Stephen Moylan to Colonel Reed, explaining the difficulties he has in fitting out the Armed Vessels. [1775-10-24] Moylan, Stephen, Colonel. [S4-V3-p1167] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter form Gen. Greene to Governour Cooke. Received intelligence last night., by express, of the burning of Falmouth. Death and desolation seem to mark the footsteps of the enemy. Fight or be slaves, is the American motto, the first is by far the most eligible. [1775-10-24] Greene, Nathaniel, General. [S4-V3-p1168] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Sentiments of a gentleman of eminence, upon the occasion of the burning of Falmouth. [1775-10-24] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p1169] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Account of the destruction of the Town of Falmouth, October 18, 1775, drawn up by the Selectmen of the Town. [1776-01-18] Owen, William. [S4-V3-p1169] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Major Scammell to General Sullivan. [1775-10-24] Scammell, Alexander. [S4-V3-p1173] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Declaration of David Noble, of Williamstown, Massachusetts. [1775-10-24] Noble, David. [S4-V3-p1173] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Declaration of David Noble, of Williamstown, Massachusetts. [1775-10-26] Stratton, Isaac. [S4-V3-p1174] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of Boothbay refuse to return some Guns and Ammunition they recently received from Captain William Pierce Johnson, until the pleasure of the General Court is known. [1775-10-24] Massachusetts, Booth-Bay Committee of Correspondence. [S4-V3-p1174] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Arnold to Colonel Enos, directing him to come on with as many of the best men in his division as he can furnish with fifteen days' provisions, and to send back the remainder, whether sick or well, to the Commissary. [1775-10-24] Arnold, Benedict. [S4-V3-p1174] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Arnold to Colonel Farnsworth, Commissary, directing him to take care of and furnish with provisions all that may be sent back. [1775-10-24] Arnold, Benedict. [S4-V3-p1175] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Arnold to Colonel Greene. [1775-10-24] Arnold, Benedict. [S4-V3-p1175] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Liverymen of the City of London, to the King. With deep concern they observe that their fellow-subjects in His Majesty's American Colonies are now in open Rebellion. [1775-10-24] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p1175] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Mayor, etc., of the Borough and Parish of Barnstaple, to the King. They view with horror and detestation the unnatural and ungrateful Rebellion formented in a distant part of the Empire. [1775-10-24] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p1176] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Ministers and Elders of the Provincial Synod of Angus and Mearns, to the King. With the deepest concern they see a part of their fellow-subjects in America are now in a state of actual hostility and Rebellion. [1775-10-26] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p1176] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Account of the seizure of a New-England Vessel, in the Harbour of Martinico, by an English Frigate. [1775-10-25] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p1177] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers appointed by the Committee for Chesterfield County, in Virginia. [1775-10-20] Virginia, Chesterfield County Committee. [S4-V3-p1177] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the President of Congress to the Provincial Congress in New-Jersey. [1775-10-25] Hancock, John. [S4-V3-p1178] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Field-Officers in Ulster County, New-York. [1775-10-25] New-York, Ulster County Committee. [S4-V3-p1178] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Company Officers in Marbletown, Rochester, New-Paltz, and Kingston, Ulster County, New-York. [1775-10-25] New-York, Ulster County Committee. [S4-V3-p1179] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Company Officers in Marbletown, Rochester, New-Paltz, and Kingston, Ulster County, New-York. [1775-10-25] New-York, Ulster County Committee. [S4-V3-p1179] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Company Officers in Marbletown, Rochester, New-Paltz, and Kingston, Ulster County, New-York. [1775-10-25] New-York, Ulster County Committee. [S4-V3-p1179] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Company Officers in Marbletown, Rochester, New-Paltz, and Kingston, Ulster County, New-York. [1775-10-05] New-York, Ulster County Committee. [S4-V3-p1179] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Benjamin Baker to Mr. Yates, on the manufacture of Saltpetre. [1775-10-25] Baker, Benjamin. [S4-V3-p1180] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Silas Marsh to the New-York Congress, with an Association signed by Josiah Morse and Joel Harvey, Jun.. [1775-10-25] Marsh, Silas. [S4-V3-p1181] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Silas Marsh to the New-York Congress, with an Association signed by Josiah Morse and Joel Harvey, Jun.. [1775-10-25] Marsh, Silas. [S4-V3-p1181] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Dr. Samuel Stringer to General Schuyler. Deficiencies in the General Hospital for the Northern Department. [1775-10-25] Stringer, Samuel. [S4-V3-p1523] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Cooke to General Washington. Captain Whipple has returned from his voyage to Bermuda. The inhabitants there are friendly to the Americans, and are harshly treated. [1775-10-25] Cooke, Nicholas, Governour of Rhode-Island. [S4-V3-p1181] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Reed to Stephen Moylan. [1775-10-25] Reed, Joseph, Colonel. [S4-V3-p1182] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the General Court of Massachusetts to the Continental Congress, with their accounts of disbursements for support of the Army stationed in the Colony, and for providing necessaries to enable them to make a proper stand against the Ministerial Forces. [1775-10-25] Massachusetts, General Court. [S4-V3-p1182] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Treasurer's account of disbursements made by Massachusetts in defence of American Liberty. [1775-10-25] Gardner, Henry. [S4-V3-p1184] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letters from Quebeck, giving an account of the treatment of Mr. Walker. [1775-10-25] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p1185] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letters from Quebeck, giving an account of the treatment of Mr. Walker. [1775-10-25] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p1185] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Notice of advices from America, to the 25th of October, published in the London Gazette. [1775-12-16] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p1187] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Chancellor, Masters, and Scholars, of the University of Oxford, to the King, declaring their utter abhorrence of the base artifices and seditious proceedings, by which some of His Majesty's American subjects have been tempted to rebel against the sovereignty of the British Legislature. [1775-10-26] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p1188] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Mayor, etc., of the Borough of Bridgewater. [1775-10-26] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p1189] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Officers of the Northamptonshire Militia. [1775-10-26] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p1189] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Gentlemen, etc., of the Town of Dundee. [1775-10-26] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p1189] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of Safety of Virginia prohibit all persons, whatsoever, passing to or from the Borough of Norfolk, or the Town of Portsmouth, without a permit from the proper authority. [1775-10-26] Virginia, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p1190] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Observations on the conduct of Lord Dunmore. His proceedings at Norfolk, his expedition to Kemp's Landing. Is suspected of treachery to Colonel Lewis, in the late Indian war. The Tories need not plume themselves on his Lordship's success, for his success has increased the resentment of the people, which has been suppressed for some time past. [1775-10-27] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p1191] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of Isle of Wight County, Virginia, declare that Mary Easson holds principles inimical to the rights and liberties of North-America. [1775-10-26] Virginia, Wight County Committee of Correspondence. [S4-V3-p1192] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of Prince Edward County, Virginia, approve the Resolutions and Ordinances of the late Convention, and consider them as having the full force and power of law. [1775-10-26] Virginia, Prince Edward County Committee. [S4-V3-p1192] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Alexandria, Virginia. Proceedings of Lord Dunmore. [1775-10-26] Dunmore, John, Governour of Virginia. [S4-V3-p1193] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from President Hancock to the New-York Congress, transmitting the examination of Captain Campbell and Lieutenant Symes, taken by the Committee of Safety for Pennsylvania. [1775-10-26] Hancock, John. [S4-V3-p1193] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Josiah Bartlett to William Whipple. The affair of the Flour Ship was before the Congress, but nothing yet concluded. As the whole Continent, as well as the two Armies, is to be supplied with Powder, it is uncertain when any can be sent to New-Hampshire. [1775-10-26] Bartlett, Josiah. [S4-V3-p1193] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to the New-York Provincial Congress, from their Delegates in the Continental Congress, enclosing a Resolution of the same date, to encourage the importation of Arms and Ammunition, which they request may be kept as secret as possible. [1775-10-26] New-York Delegates, Continental Congress. [S4-V3-p1315] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Tryon County (New-York) Committee to Sir John Johnson, requesting to know if he will permit the inhabitants of Johnstown and Kingsborough to form themselves into Companies, according to the regulations of the Continental Congress. [1775-10-26] New-York, Tryon County Committee. [S4-V3-p1194] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Remonstrance of the Officers of the Independent Company at Poughkeepsie, Dutchess County, New-York, to the Provincial Congress. [1775-10-26] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p1194] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to the New-York Congress. Chambly has surrendered, one hundred and twenty-four barrels of Powder, with a quantity of Provisions, have fallen into our hands. [1775-10-26] Schuyler, Philip, Major-General. [S4-V3-p1195] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to General Washington. The reduction of Chambly will, in all probability, be followed by that of St. John's, as General Montgomery has now a supply of Powder. [1775-10-26] Schuyler, Philip, Major-General. [S4-V3-p1195] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from James Livingston to General Montgomery. [1775-10-26] Livingston, James. [S4-V3-p1195] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to General Schuyler. The Ministry have begun the destruction of our Sea-port Towns, by burning Falmouth, a flourishing Town of about three hundred houses, this they effected with every circumstance of cruelty and barbarism which revenge and malice could suggest. [1775-10-26] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p1196] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Reed ot the Committee of Hartford, Connecticut. [1775-10-26] Reed, Joseph, Colonel. [S4-V3-p1197] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to Maj. French. Refuses his request to permit him to wear his Sword, while a prisoner. [1775-10-25] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p1197] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Reed to Major Tupper, communicating the General's Thanks for his success in taking the two vessels at Martha's Vineyard. [1775-10-26] Reed, Joseph, Colonel. [S4-V3-p1198] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Reed to William Watson, Continental Agent at Plymouth, directing him to take charge of the two Vessels late belonging to the Tories of Boston, taken by Major Tupper. [1775-10-26] Reed, Joseph, Colonel. [S4-V3-p1198] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from David Parker to General Washington, acknowledging the impropriety of his conduct in opposing the American measures. [1775-10-26] Parker, David. [S4-V3-p1198] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders by the King in Council, permitting Saltpetre and Gunpowder to be carried coastwise, under certain restrictions. [1775-10-27] George III, King of Great Britain. [S4-V3-p1199] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders by the King in Council, permitting Saltpetre and Gunpowder to be exported to Ireland, for the internal consumption of that Kingdom, under certain restrictions. [1775-10-27] George III, King of Great Britain. [S4-V3-p1200] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Gentlemen, etc., of the County of Lanark, to the King. They are struck with the highest indignation at the conduct of His Majesty's American subjects, who had the audacity to break out in open and unprovoked Rebellion against the supreme legislative authority of the Country. [1775-10-27] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p1200] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition and Memorial of the Free Burgesses, Traders, and Inhabitants of Newcastle upon-Tyne, to the King. The present unnatural war with their American brethren is without provocation or object, nor is it consonant with the rights of humanity, sound policy, or the Constitution of the Country. Ministers have found the Americans firm, temperate, and brave, and the Petitioners consider them loyal, affectionate, and grateful, they therefore pray His Majesty to restore America to her former happy situation, and grant her peace, liberty, and safety. [1775-10-27] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p1201] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Lord Mulgrave to William Smith, in Newcastle. Is opposed to any Address recommending a surrender of the powers of the Legislature, under an idea of restoring the tranquillity of the Empire. [1775-10-27] Mulgrave, Lord. [S4-V3-p1202] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Mr. Grieve, dated November 5, to Sir Walter Blackett and Sir Matthew White Ridley, requesting them to sign the Petition from Newcastle, and present it to the King. [1775-11-05] Grieve, Mr.. [S4-V3-p1203] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Sir Walter Blackett to Mr. Grieve. The Colones are now in Rebellion against the authority of Parliament, and, as the Petition does not assert that right, nor make a proper submission from the Colonies, he declines signing and presenting it. [1775-11-05] Blackett, Walter, Sir. [S4-V3-p1203] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Sir Matthew White Ridley to Mr. Grieve. The Americans are in arms against Great Britain, and justify their Rebellion by a denial of the legislative authority of the Kingdom, for these and other reasons he declines signing or presenting the Petition. [1775-11-06] Ridley, Matthew, White, Sir. [S4-V3-p1203] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Earl of Dartmouth to General Howe. Encloses His Majesty's Speech to Parliament, with the Address of both Houses, which, it is hoped, will have the effect of convincing the leaders of the Rebellion in America of the firm resolution of every branch of the Legislature to maintain the dignity and authority of Parliament. [1775-10-27] Legge, William, Earl of Dartmouth. [S4-V3-p1203] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of Augusta County, Virginia, declare the conduct of Major William Trent has been, on all occasions, that of a true friend to American Liberty. [1775-10-27] Virginia, Augusta County Committee. [S4-V3-p1204] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Certificate of Lewis Morris, James Wilson, and Thomas Walker, Commissioners from the Congress for Indian affairs, in favour of Major Trent. [1775-10-23] Wilson, James; Morris, Lewis. [S4-V3-p1205] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Provincial Congress of New-York to the Continental Congress. They have engaged the services of Bernard Romans, as an Engineer at the Fortifications, and, as Mr. Romans will lose his pension from the Crown, as Botanist for Florida, they request a suitable compensation may be fixed for him. [1775-10-27] Continental Congress. [S4-V3-p1205] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Field and Staff Officers and Captains appointed by the General Committee of New-York, for the three Regiments of Militia of the City and County. [1775-10-27] New-York Committee. [S4-V3-p1206] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Newburgh. [1775-10-27] New-York, Newburgh Committee of Correspondence and Observation. [S4-V3-p1206] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to Governour Trumbull. Will send the Prisoners taken at Chambly to Connecticut. He has not yet heard from Arnold. General Wooster, with the Regiment, left Ticonderoga on the 22d, most of the men, and many of the officers, went with great reluctance. [1775-10-27] Schuyler, Philip, Major-General. [S4-V3-p1207] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Bedel to the New-Hampshire Committee of Safety. Chambly, with a large quantity of stores and provisions, was taken without the loss of a man. [1775-10-27] Bedel, Timothy, Colonel. [S4-V3-p1207] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to the Council of Massachusetts, representing the dreadful effects to the general cause from the distress of the Army for Wood, Hay, etc., unless some speedy and effectual remedy is provided. He has the utmost reason to think the scarcity is artificial. [1775-10-27] Washington, George. [S4-V3-p1208] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Stephen Moylan to Colonel Reed. Captain Adam's and Captain Manly's Vessels are both ready, and will sail as soon as their crews are on board. [1775-10-27] Moylan, Stephen, Colonel. [S4-V3-p1208] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Representation of General Sullivan to the Committee of Safety for New-Hampshire, of the condition he is placed in by the return of the Militia to their respective homes, and leaving the works unfinished, requesting their advice for his future conduct. [1775-10-27] Sullivan, John, General. [S4-V3-p1209] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-Hampshire Committee of Safety to General Sullivan. They will raise men to guard and complete the necessary Posts and Passes for the defence of Portsmouth, and request him to remain and employ the Troops as he shall judge necessary. [1775-10-27] New-Hampshire, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p1210] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders of the New-Hampshire Committee of Safety to William Knight and others, to moor a number of Vessels above the Boom on Piscataqua River, to prevent the passage of the enemy's Ships up the River. [1775-10-27] New-Hampshire, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p1210] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Arnold to the Officers in the rear of the detachment, urging them to join him with all possible despatch. [1775-10-27] Arnold, Benedict. [S4-V3-p1211] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Arnold to the Officers in the rear. He has just arrived at Chaudiere River, and met his express from the French inhabitants, who are rejoiced to hear the Americans are coming, and will supply them with Provisions. [1775-10-27] Arnold, Benedict. [S4-V3-p1211] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Arnold to Colonel Enos, with a Letter for General Washington, to be forwarded by express. He hopes soon to see Colonel Enos in Quebeck. [1775-10-27] Arnold, Benedict. [S4-V3-p1211] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Arnold to Colonel Enos, with a Letter for General Washington, to be forwarded by express. He hopes soon to see Colonel Enos in Quebeck. [1775-10-31] Arnold, Benedict. [S4-V3-p1211] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address to the Inhabitants of the American Colonies, No. 1. [1775-10-27] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p1212] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Provost, etc., of the Burgh of Renfrew to the King, declaring their abhorrence of the Rebellion in America, stirred up by seditious spirits among themselves, and aided and abetted by a disappointed faction at home. [1775-10-28] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p1214] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Magistrates, etc. of the Town of Dumfries. [1775-10-28] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p1214] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Mayor, etc., of the Borough of Helleston, in the County of Cornwall. [1775-10-28] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p1215] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Magistrates, etc. of the City of Brechine. [1775-10-28] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p1215] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Mayor, etc., of the Borough of Leeds, in the County of York. [1775-10-28] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p1216] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Gentlemen, etc., of the Borough and neighbourhood of Leeds. [1775-10-28] Anonymous. [S4-V3-p1216] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

List of the Deputies who attended the Congress. [1775-10-03] New-Jersey, Provincial Congress. [S4-V3-p1217] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Congress met at Trenton. [1775-10-03] New-Jersey, Provincial Congress. [S4-V3-p1217] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Samuel Tucker chosen President, and Hendrick Fisher, Vice-President, Ministers of the Gospel at Trenton requested to give their alternate attendance every morning, to open the business of the day with prayer, List of the Deputies elected to the Congress. [1775-10-04] New-Jersey, Provincial Congress. [S4-V3-p1217] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

William Patterson appointed Secretary to the Congress, Committee to prepare a Resolution for the apprehension of Deserters from the Continental Troops. [1775-10-05] New-Jersey, Provincial Congress. [S4-V3-p1219] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proposal from James Campbell, respecting the manufacturing of Fire-Arms in the Colony, received and read, Committee to examine the Returns of Minute-Men, and Officers, and report to the Congress. [1775-10-06] New-Jersey, Provincial Congress. [S4-V3-p1219] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee reported on the Muster-Rolls of Captains Hazlett, Stout, and Brearley, and Commissions ordered for these three Companies, State of the Provincial Fund to be considered on Thursday next, the 12th instant. [1775-10-07] New-Jersey, Provincial Congress. [S4-V3-p1219] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petitions from the County of Sussex, praying that all who pay Taxes may vote for Deputies to the Congress, Petitions from the County of Sussex, praying that suits at law, for the recovery of debts, may be suspended during the continuance of the dispute with Great Britain, Committee to prepare an estimate of the expense necessary to put the Colony in a state of defence, John Carey chosen Secretary, and Abraham Clark and Charles Stewart assistant Secretaries. [1775-10-09] New-Jersey, Provincial Congress. [S4-V3-p1220] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to inspect the Minutes of the late Congress and Committee of Safety. [1775-10-10] New-Jersey, Provincial Congress. [S4-V3-p1220] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to prepare the draught of an Ordnance for the further regulating of the Militia of the Colony. [1775-10-11] New-Jersey, Provincial Congress. [S4-V3-p1221] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

In Committee of the Whole, on the estimate of the expense necessary to put the Colony in a state of defence, at this time. [1775-10-12] New-Jersey, Provincial Congress. [S4-V3-p1222] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the President of the Continental Congress, dated October 12th, received and read. [1775-10-13] Hancock, John. [S4-V3-p1223] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Safety of Pennsylvania, enclosing two Letters written by the Rev. Jonathan Odell, of Burlington, to certain persons in Great Britain, received and read, Motion by Mr. Mehelm, that the Congress do, in general, keep their doors open, passed in the negative, The Associations, with the list of such persons as have not associated, filed for inspection, Committee to prepare an answer to the Letter from the Continental Congress, recommending two Battalions to be immediately raised in the Province, Rev. Mr. Odell heard in his defence, and permitted to return to his house, at present, on his parole of honour. [1775-10-13] Pennsylvania, Committee of Safety. [S4-V3-p1223] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to the Continental Congress. There will be difficulty in raising the two Battalions, unless such a provision as has been made in other Colonies, as to the appointment of Field-Officers, be extended to this. [1775-10-13] New-Jersey, Provincial Congress. [S4-V3-p1224] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

State of the Colony further considered in Committee of the Whole. [1775-10-13] New-Jersey, Provincial Congress. [S4-V3-p1225] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Election of the Committee for the Precinct of Hackensack confirmed, Debt contracted in May last by Morris County, on the alarming account of the Battle of Lexington, to be paid out of the Ten Thousand Pound Tax. [1775-10-14] New-Jersey, Provincial Congress. [S4-V3-p1225] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to prepare a Letter to the Continental Congress, Letter to the Continental Congress. New-Jersey is willing to raise four thousand Minute-Men, to take the field on any emergency, but wish to know what provision is made for them, if called into actual service. [1775-10-14] New-Jersey, Provincial Congress. [S4-V3-p1226] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Oct. 16. [1775-10-16] New-Jersey, Provincial Congress. [S4-V3-p1226] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolutions for apprehending Deserters from the Continental Troops. [1775-10-17] New-Jersey, Provincial Congress. [S4-V3-p1226] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to prepare an Ordinance to compel the payment of the Ten Thousand Pound Tax. [1775-10-17] New-Jersey, Provincial Congress. [S4-V3-p1227] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Mr. Odells case examined, the Congress decline passing any publick censure against him. [1775-10-18] New-Jersey, Provincial Congress. [S4-V3-p1227] [