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Meeting of the Convention of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. [1776-07-15] Pennsylvania State Convention. [S5-V2-p0001] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

List of Members, Officers Chosen, Qualification and Profession of Faith Signed by Members Present. [1776-07-16] Pennsylvania State Convention. [S5-V2-p0002] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolution to Procure Lead. [1776-07-16] Pennsylvania State Convention. [S5-V2-p0003] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Guard in Philadelphia to be Kept Up. [1776-07-16] Pennsylvania State Convention. [S5-V2-p0003] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proposition to Agree Upon a Temporary Line Between Pennsylvania and Virginia. [1776-07-16] Pennsylvania State Convention. [S5-V2-p0003] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Rev. Wm. White requested to perform divine service tomorrow, before the Convention, Colonel Miles appointed Brigadier-General and Commander-in-Chief of the Forces of Pennsylvania, Committee appointed to bring in Ordinance for disarming all Non-Associators. [1776-07-17] . [S5-V2-p0003] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Affirmation taken by the Secretary of the Convention. [1776-07-18] . [S5-V2-p0004] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Thanks of Convention to Mr. White for having performed divine service. [1776-07-18] . [S5-V2-p0004] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee appointed to draw up Rules for the Convention. [1776-07-18] . [S5-V2-p0004] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Clerk of the Assembly required to deliver such Records and Papers as the Convention shall think necessary, Report from Committee to bring in an Ordinance respecting the arms of Non-Associators, Rules and Regulations for the government of the Convention, Committee appointed to make an essay for a Declaration of Rights for the State. [1776-07-18] . [S5-V2-p0005] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Ordinance respecting arms of Non-Associators read a second time. [1776-07-19] . [S5-V2-p0005] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Circular letters to be written, urging Troops to be marched with the utmost expedition to New-Jersey. [1776-07-19] . [S5-V2-p0005] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Ordinance for disarming Non-Associators. [1776-07-19] . [S5-V2-p0006] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Election of Delegates to Continental Congress, Committee appointed to draw up Instructions to Delegates in Continental Congress, Committee appointed to confer with Virginia Delegates on the subject of a temporary line between Virginia and Pennsylvania, New Jail in Philadelphia delivered up to Congress for the use of the State Prisoners, Recommendation of Field-Officers for the Battalion intended for the defence of the western frontier. [1776-07-20] . [S5-V2-p0006] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee to go immediately and examine the old Jail. [1776-07-20] . [S5-V2-p0007] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Four additional Battalions to be raised for the Flying-Camp, Resolved to take the most effectual measures to render the burthen and expense of the inhabitants equal, Committee to bring in bills for punishment of Treason and counterfeiting, Resolution fixing pay of Members of Council of Safety, Election of Members of Council of Safety. [1776-07-23] . [S5-V2-p0008] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Oath of Members of Council of safety, Council of Safety Recommended to procure sufficient number of Pikes for use of the Militia, Committee on Declaration of Rights appointed also to draw up an essay for a frame of Government, Committee on Counterfeiting and treason reported,Resolution respecting two Companies raising by the Committee of Westmoreland, Draft of Instructions to Delegates in Congress reported, Committee to bring in Ordinance for delivering persons confined in Jail. [1776-07-24] . [S5-V2-p0009] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report of Committee on Colonel Easton's petition. [1776-07-24] . [S5-V2-p0009] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Declaration of Independence unanimously approved. [1776-07-25] . [S5-V2-p0010] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Draft of a Declaration of Rights reported, Ordinance on Treason committed for amendment, Committee to fix quotas for the four additional Battalions report, Report of Committee for Instructions to Delegates in Congress read the first time. [1776-07-25] . [S5-V2-p0010] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Roberdeau, Committee appointed to examine the funds of the State, Minutes of the Convention to be published weekly in English and German, Report of the Declaration of Rights recommitted, An essay for an Ordinance for delivering the Jails, reported. [1776-07-26] . [S5-V2-p0010] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Instructions for Delegates in Congress. [1776-07-26] . [S5-V2-p0011] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

July 27. [1776-07-27] . [S5-V2-p0012] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

An Ordinance for the release of Colonel James Easton. [1776-07-27] . [S5-V2-p0012] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

New draft of Declaration of Rights reported. [1776-07-27] . [S5-V2-p0012] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Draft of the Declaration of Rights ordered to be printed for the use of the Members. [1776-07-29] . [S5-V2-p0012] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Memorial from County of Northumberland, praying assistance against Indians. [1776-07-30] . [S5-V2-p0012] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Draft of Ordinance for relief of prisoners in the Jails, ordered to be transcribed for a third reading, Draft of Ordinance for punishing Counterfeiting paper currency to be transcribed for a third reading, Committee appointed on Petition from North-Cumberland. [1776-07-31] . [S5-V2-p0013] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

An Ordinance for the relief of the Prisoners in the several Jails in the State of Pennsylvania. [1776-08-01] . [S5-V2-p0013] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

An Ordinance for the relief of the Prisoners in the several Jails in the State of Pennsylvania. [1776-08-01] . [S5-V2-p0013] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

An Ordinance to prevent the Counterfeiting the paper money issued by the honourable the Continental Congress, or by any other of the United American States. [1776-08-01] . [S5-V2-p0013] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolutions on Petition and Memorial from Cumberland County Draft of Ordinance for punishing High Treason ordered to be transcribed for a third reading. [1776-08-01] . [S5-V2-p0016] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolved that the future Legislature of this State shall consist of one branch only, under proper restrictions. [1776-08-02] . [S5-V2-p0016] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Fines imposed upon absent Members, Report from the Committee to inquire into the Publick Funds, Consideration of the matter respecting the command of the Fleet resumed, Committee appointed to bring in an Ordinance for regulating the Militia of the State, Committee appointed to bring in an Ordinance to regulate the sale of Tea and Salt, Committee appointed to bring in an Ordinance respecting the Salt imported by Joshua Fisher and Sons. [1776-08-05] . [S5-V2-p0017] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee appointed to consider the granting of Commissions for the Officers of the Flying-Camp. [1776-08-06] . [S5-V2-p0017] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolution respecting dispute between Colonel Bird and other officers of Berks County Militia, Committee to consider of the most effectual measures for raising the quota for the Flying-Camp. [1776-08-07] . [S5-V2-p0018] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolution respecting dispute between Colonel Bird and other officers of Berks County Militia, Committee to consider of the most effectual measures for raising the quota for the Flying-Camp. [1776-08-08] . [S5-V2-p0018] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee on raising quota for Flying-Camp reported, Letter from Colonel Dickinson, read, Report from Committee appointed to consider of the granting Commissions to the Officers of the Flying-Camp, Committee to bring in a draft of an Ordinance appointing Conservators of the Peace, Committees of Philadelphia and of the Counties to continue in office until a new election, No tavern keepers or others to take out any licenses from the officers of the late Government of the State. [1776-08-09] . [S5-V2-p0018] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolutions respecting the Flying- Camp. [1776-08-10] . [S5-V2-p0019] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letters from Colonel Dickinson and General Mercer, read, Commissioners chosen to go to Head-Quarters in Jersey to form the Flying-Camp, Petition from Major Loxley, Quotas of the four additional Battalions for the Flying-Camp, An Order for L10,000 to be drawn in favour of the Commissioners appointed to go to HeadQuarters, Regulation for Inlistment, Committee appointed on Petitions of the Captains of the Galleys of the State, Report of the gentlemen appointed to consider the granting of Commissions for the Officers of the Flying-Camp. [1776-08-12] . [S5-V2-p0020] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Flying Camp. [1776-08-13] . [S5-V2-p0020] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition from Berks County to Congress, praying an exemption of Weavers and Black-smiths from personal service. [1776-08-13] . [S5-V2-p0021] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Draft of an Ordinance for rendering the burthens of Associators and Non-Associators as equal as possible, reported, Committee to hear the Petitions of the Captains of the Galleys, reported, Petition from Inhabitants of the Township of Albany, County of Berks, to be excused from marching into Jersey, Petition from Inhabitants of Chester County, praying that Colonel Lloyd's Battalion may remain at home. [1776-08-15] . [S5-V2-p0021] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Dickinson complaining of the desertion of some of the Associators, Resolutions relative to Deserters. [1776-08-16] . [S5-V2-p0022] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

A Declaration of the Rights of the Inhabitants of the State of Pennsylvania. [1776-08-16] . [S5-V2-p0022] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of the Inhabitants of Albany Township, in the County of Berks, rejected, Absent Members ordered to return immediately, Resolution for the collection of Fines, and for compelling the attendance of absent Members. [1776-08-17] . [S5-V2-p0023] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Roberdeau, read, Address by General Roberdeau to the Associators under his command, ordered to be printed in the English and German newspapers, Draft for frame of Government brought in, Committee appointed to draw up an Ordinance for creating Conservators of the Peace, Petition of the Captains of the Galleys, referred to the Council of Safety for final decision, Resolution regulating promotion in the Naval and Land service. [1776-08-19] . [S5-V2-p0024] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Delegates in Continental Congress directed to apply for the Loan of one hundred thousand Dollars for the State. [1776-08-20] . [S5-V2-p0025] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Guards appointed over the stores of Joseph and Stephen Newell, to prevent the removal of the salt stored therein. [1776-08-21] . [S5-V2-p0025] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Draft of an Ordinance for appointing Conservators of the Peace reported. [1776-08-22] . [S5-V2-p0026] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of John Smyth and Benjamin Lewis, praying relief from confinement, referred to a Committee. [1776-08-23] . [S5-V2-p0026] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolution enforcing the Regulations respecting the price and distribution of Salt, John Smyth and Benjamin Lewis to be released from confinement. [1776-08-24] . [S5-V2-p0026] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Mercer requested to grant leave of absence to Members of the Convention under his command, Colonel Slough to march to camp as soon as Colonel Roses's Battalion Shall return, Ordered that Colonel Bull have leave to stay some time longer in camp, Letter from Colonel Matlack, at Amboy, respecting the Flying-Camp, read, Resolves of Congress desiring the Convention to recommend certain Officers, read, Loan of one hundred thousand Dollars obtained from Congress, Order for thirty thousand Dollars drawn for two of the Commissioners appointed to form the Flying-Camp. [1776-08-26] . [S5-V2-p0027] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition from Inhabitants of Tulpehocken, in Berks County, praying that some of the Associators may remain to protect them against the Indians, read, Lettter from General Mercer to the President of Congress, read, Artillery Companies request to be put on the same footing with the other Militia. [1776-08-27] . [S5-V2-p0028] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee directed to dispose of the Salt belonging to Joshua Fisher and Sons. [1776-08-28] . [S5-V2-p0028] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Eight hundred and thirty-four Pounds to be transmitted to Northampton County, to pay for. The second quota for the Flying-Camp for that County. [1776-08-29] . [S5-V2-p0029] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Aug. 30. [1776-08-30] . [S5-V2-p0029] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition from Peter Withington, praying to be appointed Captain, read, A Memorial of Stephen and Joseph Shewell, justifying their conduct with respect to their Salt, read, A Memorial from the Committee of Inspection of Cumberland County, praying that some of their Militia might be permitted to remain at home for their protection, read, Petition of John Timmons, praying to be admitted on bail, read. [1776-08-31] . [S5-V2-p0030] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

A Memorial from the Committee of Inspection of Cumberland County, praying that some of their Militia might be permitted to remain at home for their protection, read, Petition of John Timmons, praying to be admitted on bail, read, Committee .appointed to bring in an Ordinance empowering the Justices of the Peace in this State, in certain cases, to compel Debtors to give security to their Creditors. [1776-09-02] . [S5-V2-p0030] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Leaves of absence. [1766-09-03] . [S5-V2-p0030] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

An Ordinance for the appointment of Justices of the Peace for the State of Pennsylvania. [1776-09-03] . [S5-V2-p0030] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Rittenhouse. [1776-09-03] . [S5-V2-p0033] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Memorial from two Colonels of Militia of West moreland County, on want of arms, and mode of calling out Militia, read, Petition from Andrew Ledlie, complaining of great ill-usage, on account, as he apprehends, of his attachment to the cause of liberty, read, Petition from William Hardy, praying to be appointed the officer for this State to register those who shall be disabled in the service of the United States, The president of the Council of Safety to be qualified before the President of the Convention. [1776-09-04] . [S5-V2-p0033] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Congress requesting that this State would immediately send forward to New York all the aid they can, read. [1776-09-04] . [S5-V2-p0034] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

An Ordinance of the State of Pennsylvania declaring what shall be Treason, and for punishing the same and other crimes and practices against the State. [1776-09-05] . [S5-V2-p0034] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolution respecting the companies to be raised in the Counties of Northampton and Northumberland, An Ordinance respecting advisedly writing and speaking against the American cause, read the first time. [1776-09-06] . [S5-V2-p0035] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Owner of a cargo of salt, just arrived, at liberty to dispose of it at such rates and to such persons as he may think proper. [1776-09-07] . [S5-V2-p0036] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Wages of Doorkeeper directed to be paid. [1776-09-09] . [S5-V2-p0036] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter, dated the 5th instant, at King's Bridge, from Lieutenant-Colonel Broadhead, of the Pennsylvania forces, read, Letter from Colonel Slagle, desiring that another Commissioner may be appointed in his stead, read, Committee appointed to confer with the Committee of Congress for Indian Affairs on the defence of the frontiers, Committee appointed to take into consideration all the military affairs of this State respecting the Flying-Camp and the operations of war to the eastward, Conduct of Commissioners for forming the Flying-Camp, with respect to the two Companies of Artillery at Amboy, approved. [1776-09-10] . [S5-V2-p0036] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Draft of an Ordinance respecting Debtors giving security in certain cases, reported, Election of four Members of the Council of Safety, A Memorial of William Wild referred to the Council of Safety, Petition of Lawrence Feagan, relating to the sustained by reason of a riot among the soldiers at the Barracks, read. [1776-09-11] . [S5-V2-p0037] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Ordinance Read. [1776-09-12] . [S5-V2-p0037] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

An Ordinance for punishing persons guilty of certain offences therein mentioned against the United States of America. [1776-09-12] . [S5-V2-p0037] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Inquiry directed to be made relative to Colonel Grubb's Battalion returning home without being discharged, Petition from six Captains of Companies of Colonel Montgomery's Battalion, complaining that they had not received their pay, read. [1776-09-13] . [S5-V2-p0038] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

The Committee appointed to consider of the military affairs of the State reported. [1776-09-13] . [S5-V2-p0038] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

An Ordinance to compel Debtors, in certain cases, to give security to their Creditors. [1776-09-13] . [S5-V2-p0039] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Two Petitions from Northampton County, praying a supply of ammunition, etc., read, Election of a Member of the Council of Safety, Members of the Council who have not taken the oath prescribed, permitted to take the same before any Justice of the Peace for the County wherein they reside. [1776-09-13] . [S5-V2-p0039] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

A Return made of the men of Colonel Montgomery's Battalion who left the camp without discharges. [1776-09-14] . [S5-V2-p0039] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolution providing for the more effectual protection of the western frontier against the Indians. [1776-09-14] . [S5-V2-p0039] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report of the Committee appointed to confer with the Delegates in Congress from Virginia, on the settlement of a temporary boundary between Virginia and this State. [1776-09-14] . [S5-V2-p0040] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report of the Committee appointed to confer with the Delegates in Congress from Virginia, on the settlement of a temporary boundary between Virginia and this State. [1776-09-14] . [S5-V2-p0040] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report of the Committee appointed to confer with the Delegates in Congress from Virginia, on the settlement of a temporary boundary between Virginia and this State. [1776-09-14] . [S5-V2-p0041] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report of the Committee appointed to confer with the Delegates in Congress from Virginia, on the settlement of a temporary boundary between Virginia and this State. [1776-09-14] . [S5-V2-p0041] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report of the Committee appointed to confer with the Delegates in Congress from Virginia, on the settlement of a temporary boundary between Virginia and this State. [1776-09-14] . [S5-V2-p0041] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report of the Committee appointed to confer with the Delegates in Congress from Virginia, on the settlement of a temporary boundary between Virginia and this State. [1776-09-14] . [S5-V2-p0042] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

An Ordinance for rendering the burthen of Associators and NonAssociators in the defence of this State as nearly equal as may be. [1776-09-14] . [S5-V2-p0041] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Sept. 16. [1776-09-16] . [S5-V2-p0045] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee appointed to prepare a speech and wampum for a conference with two Shawanese Indians now in town. [1776-09-17] . [S5-V2-p0045] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Draft of the speech to the Shawanese Indians, reported and approved, Forty dollars to be given to the two Shawanese Indians as a present. [1776-09-18] . [S5-V2-p0046] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Substitute. [1776-09-19] . [S5-V2-p0046] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Message of the State of Pennsylvania, by their Representatives in Convention at Philadelphia, to their brethren the Shawanese Indians, Twenty dollars presented to each of the two Shawanese Indians, Inhabitants and Committees recommended to respect and assist Wenthissica and Pellawa, two Shawanese Indians. [1776-09-19] . [S5-V2-p0046] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letters read from the Commissioners for Indian affairs at Fort Pitt, Letter read from Colonel Kachlean, informing of deserters. [1776-09-19] . [S5-V2-p0046] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Memorial from the Committee of Northumberland, setting forth their apprehensions of an Indian war, read, Resolution for the payment of two Companies raised by the Committee of Westmoreland. [1776-09-20] . [S5-V2-p0047] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Sept. 21. [1776-09-21] . [S5-V2-p0047] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter read from General Roberdeau, containing his sentiments on the regulations of the Militia, Committee appointed to bring in the draft of a resolve for settling and regulating the general election for this present year. [1776-09-23] . [S5-V2-p0047] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Delegates in Congress directed to apply to the Congress for the loan of one hundred thousand Dollars, Allowance of Mileage to the members of the late Conference of Committees, Council of Safety to pay expenses incurred by sending expresses to call the people together for choosing Brigadier Generals, Wardens of the city of Philadelphia to continue in office until new Wardens shall be chosen, Memorial read from Paul Fooks, desiring to be appointed sworn Interpreter for foreign languages and Notary Publick. [1776-09-24] . [S5-V2-p0047] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Rev. Messrs. Duffield and Marshall, praying that the Clergy may be exempted from the burthen of civil officers, read, A petition praying for an addition to the article confirming the incorporations for promoting religious and charitable purposes, read, Letter read from President of Congress respecting raising additional Battalions, Committee appointed to prepare the draft of a preamble to the Declaration of Rights and Frame of Government, and of the oaths and allegiance of office, Committee appointed to consider the letter received from Congress, An essay for a preamble to the Declaration of Rights and Frame of Government, reported, An essay for the Oaths and Affirmations of allegiance and of office, reported,. [1776-09-25] . [S5-V2-p0048] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve respecting Elections for the present year. [1776-09-25] . [S5-V2-p0049] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report of Committee, and action of the House, on the matters contained in the letter from the President of Congress. [1776-09-26] . [S5-V2-p0050] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Compraising the Flying-Camp to account with the Council of Safety, or future Assembly, for money put into their hands for that purpose. [1776-09-26] . [S5-V2-p0050] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Three Commissioners elected, to inquire, etc., into the condition of the troops raised by this State Committee appointed to inquire into mutiny in Colonel Miles's Battalion, Directions respecting the soldiers who have returned from the camp, Recommended to the first General Assembly of this State to make a law similar to the habeas corpus act of England, Committee appointed to inquire into the affair of the returned soldiers, reported. [1776-0927] . [S5-V2-p0050] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

The Constitution of Pennsylvania. [1776-09-28] . [S5-V2-p0051] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

The Constitution signed by the President and Members of the Assembly, The Constitution committed to the Council of Safety, to be delivered to the General Assembly at their first meeting, immediately after they shall have chosen their Speaker, A Committee appointed to settle the incidental expenses of the Convention, President of the Convention allowed the same wages as the Speaker of the late House of Assembly, Committee appointed to prepare the seals for the future Legislature and Executive Council, Immediate notice to be given that the freemen of the State are empowered to choose, at their next election, Counsellors of State, Council of Safety directed to prepare materials for printing Paper Currency, Committee appointed to revise and print the Minutes of this Convention, General Roberdeau appointed first Brigadier General, and General Ewing second Brigadier-General, of this State, Committee appointed to draw up an Address to the publick, setting forth the reasons for the Ordinances and Resolves which have been passed, Report of the Committee appointed to inquire into the complaints of the mutinous soldiers, again read, and referred to the Council of Safety, New election of two gentlemen to visit the troops raised in this State, at New-York Island and Ticonderoga, Petition of Peter Withington, for a captaincy, again read, and referred to the Council of Safety. [1776-09-28] . [S5-V2-p0059] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Commission and Instructions to the gentlemen chosen to visit the troops of this State. [1776-09-28] . [S5-V2-p0060] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report of the Committee on Military Affairs again read, Election of Field Officers for the Battalion to be raised in the Counties of Northampton and Northumberland, Those Associators who have refused to march, etc., to be considered as Non-Associators, The memorial from Northumberland again read, and referred to the Council of Safety, Secretary of the Convention to have the same wages as the Clerk of the Assembly, Thanks of the Convention to the President, The Convention rose. [1776-09-28] . [S5-V2-p0060] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Robert Towers directed to deliver to Colonel Porter thirteen stand of arms, Abraham Hargis appointed a Lieutenant in a Rifle Regiment, Samuel Mifflin appointed Commodore and Commander-in-chief of all the naval armaments of the State, Owen Biddle authorized to import from St. Eustatia necessaries for clothing and equipping the troops, Mr. Towers directed to deliver Colonel Smith ninety stand of arms. [1776-09-28] . [S5-V2-p0061] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

The Militia under the command of Colonel James Wilson that have not marched to New Jersey to remain in Cumberland County until further orders. [1776-09-28] . [S5-V2-p0061] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Sept. 4th. [1776-09-04] . [S5-V2-p0062] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Mr. Towers directed to deliver Captain Jack twenty stand of arms. [1776-09-05] . [S5-V2-p0062] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

The Gunsmiths employed in making arms for the State to be allowed 4 10s. for every good musket with a bayonet, Commission filled up for Commodore Mifflin, Letter wrote to General Mercer requesting he will permit Commodore Mifflin to return home, to take the fleet Under his are and direction, Midshipman William Whitpain discharged from the service of the State. [1776-09-06] . [S5-V2-p0063] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Mr. Towers to deliver to Captain Goudy six muskets, Mr. Towers to deliver Captain Jack four stand of arms, James Forrest, Thomas Ryan, and Shanks, prisoners of war, delivered into the custody of Robert Jewell, Mr. Towers to deliver Lieutenant-Colonel Heydrick sixty stand of arms, Fifty pounds advanced to the Committee of Berks County for supplying the families of poor Associators, who are in actual service, with necessaries, The Committee of Reading empowered to appoint a small guard in that town, at the expense of the Board, so long as the prisoners of war shall reside there. [1776-09-09] . [S5-V2-p0064] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Sept. 10. [1776-09-10] . [S5-V2-p0064] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

William Sutton gave his parole not to go more than seven miles from Philadelphia, Commission granted for sloop Jupiter, privateer. [1776-09-11] . [S5-V2-p0065] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

The Secretary ordered to summon the Members to meet on Saturday next precisely at eight o'clock, A.M.. [1776-09-12] . [S5-V2-p0065] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

All the blankets, coarse linens, wooly cloths, mittens, and stockings, which can be had, to be purchased up for the use of the troops, Application to be made to Congress respecting the wages and mileage of the Associators. [1776-09-13] . [S5-V2-p0065] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Four new Members added to the Board by Convention, Contract to be made to complete the piers sunk near Fort-Island, and fix the chain for stoppping the navigation upon an emergency. [1776-09-14] . [S5-V2-p0066] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter wrote to Commodore Mifflin, requesting his speedy return to Philadelphia to take the naval armaments under his care, The accounts of mileage for the Militia to be hereafter referred to the Continental Treasury Office, Mr. Towers directed to deliver to Captain Daniel Joy five hundred pounds of powder for proving A house to be taken for a hospital, and a matron hired to nurse sick soldiers of the State, Doctor Gerardus Clarkson appoited to attend the sick in the said hospital, Mr. Towers to deliver Captain Lewis Williams thirty-two stand of arms, An order drawn on the Marine Committee for what arms are due from Congress to the State, Mr. Towers to deliver Major Thomas Proctor one hundred and thirteen stand of arms, Colonel Timothy Matlack directed to deliver Robert Morris, Chairman of the Secret Committee, thirty-five thousand flints, to be charged to Congress, Three fast-sailing sloops to be sent off as soon as possible, to bring in clothing and other necessaries for the troops, Application to be made to the Board of War to know whether the Council may proceed immediately to erect the fortification at Billingsport, Application to be made to the Board of War to employ the Marines as guards over the frigates, prison, and powder belonging to the Continent, etc.. [1776-09-16] . [S5-V2-p0067] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Alexander Morris discharged on his parole, Certain prisoners taken on board the Lady Susan discharged, and permitted to go to their families in Maryland, Wages due to the men in the service of the State not to be stopped by their officers on any pretence, unless with the consent of the men or by special orders from the Board. [1776-09-17] . [S5-V2-p0068] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Isaac Cox appointed Regimental Paymaster for the troops belonging to the State now in the Continental service, Major Thomas Proctor empowered to inlist any Associator of the State, provided he is not already engaged in the Flying-Camp, or a servant or apprentice. [1776-09-18] . [S5-V2-p0068] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Complaint of Michael Conner against Jacob Petterman and others, Committee appointed to inspect into the state of the stores, arms, etc., belonging to the State, James Maul appointed a pilot to carry vessels through the chevauxde-frise, Resolution against inlisting servants and apprentices into the Flying-Camp without consent of their masters in writing. [1776-09-19] . [S5-V2-p0069] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

The Lock-makers to be allowed twenty-five shillings for every good gun-lock they deliver, Resolution providing Arms and Ammunition for Westmoreland County, Samuel Mifflin declined serving as Comodore and Commander-in-Chief of the Fleet of the State, Mr. Towers directed to deliver Colonel William Clark-six stand of arms. [1776-09-20] . [S5-V2-p0070] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Captain John Rice directed to raise men for the armed boat called the Convention with all expedition, Captain William Brown appointed Commander of the Floating Battery now building by Mr. Donaldson, Captain Brown to raise men for the Floating Battery. [1776-09-21] . [S5-V2-p0071] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee appointed to form a regular muster roll for the Navy of the State, Officers recruiting for the Naval armament to be allowed twenty shillings per man, in lieu of all expenses, for inlisting, Mr. Towers to deliver to Gustavus Resberg, for the use of the Flying-Camp, one hundred pitching axes, Mr. Towers to deliver to Colonel John Lawrence sixty stand of arms. [1776-09-23] . [S5-V2-p0071] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Three hundred pounds powder and six hundred pounds of lead furnished to Northampton County, The Naval Officer of the port to give notice to the Board of all military stores imported and entered in his port as soon as possible after their arrival, Sept 24, Paul Fooks, Notary Publick and sworn Interpreter for the French and Spanish languages, continued in those offices. [1776-09-24] . [S5-V2-p0072] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolved, unanimously, that bail ought not to be taken in the case of William Ross, Colonel James Potter allowed to contract for making fifty rifle guns for the use of his Battalion. [1776-09-25] . [S5-V2-p0073] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers appointed to carry on the Fortifications intended to be erected at Billingsport, Thomas Seymour appointed Commodore and Commander-in-Chief of all the Naval armaments in the service of the State, David McCutchen discharged from his confinement, As many of the members of the Board as conveniently can to go down to Fort-Island tomorrow morning to accompany Commodore Seymour to the Fleet. [1776-09-26] . [S5-V2-p0073] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Instructions to the Commodore. [1776-09-26] . [S5-V2-p0074] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers of the Fleet allowed the same pay as Officers in the Continental service. [1776-09-26] . [S5-V2-p0075] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers who choose to continue in the Naval service desired to apply for new commissions on Tuesday next. [1776-09-27] . [S5-V2-p0075] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Benjamin Feshburn recommended to Congress for Paymaster to Colonel Jos. Wood's Battalion, now at Ticonderoga, Johh Weitzel requested to purchase for the State a quantity of blankets, coarse cloths, coarse linens, and five tons of hemp, as soon as possible, Resolution to ascertain what number of the city Militia will work on the Fortification at Billingsport, Doctor William Currie resigns his employment as Surgeon of Colonel Atlee's Battalion, Robert Etterington enlarged upon his parole. [1776-09-25] . [S5-V2-p0075] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Colonel Joseph Donaldson appointed a Member of the Council, Half pay allowed to Nicholas Curry, a disabled seaman, until further provision is made for persons in like situation, Lewis Nicola continued in the office of Barrackmaster until further orders. [1776-09-30] . [S5-V2-p0076] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Parole granted to Joseph Cary and Jonathan Pearson, A return of the Arms belonging to the State, ordered to be laid before the Council, and that they be delivered out to the Associators in proportion, Colonel John Bull appointed general superintendent of the works to be carried on at Billingsport, Peter Withington appointed a Captain in Colonel Cook's Battalion, his rank to be settled hereafter, Samuel Royal commissioned Captain, and George Wallace First Lieutenant, in the Second Battalion of Militia belonging to Cumberland County, Publick notice to be given that twelve recruiting Sergeants will be appointed on Saturday next, Committee appointed to procure blankets, stockings, and woollen cloths for the use of the State. [1776-10-01] . [S5-V2-p0077] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

One hundred thousand dollars received from Congress, New commissions given out to the Captains of the Galleys. [1776-10-02] . [S5-V2-p0078] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Privateer sloop Congress comissioned, William Greenway Commander, Privateer brig General Lee commissioned, John Chatham Commander. [1776-10-03] . [S5-V2-p0078] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Commissions delivered to Colonel William Cook, Major James Crawford, and Captain Peter Withington, of the Twelfth Battalion of Regulars, William Evans desired to purchase all the coarse cloths, blankets, and stockings, in Chester County, for the use of the State, Ship Montgomery to exchange her 18 pounders for 12-pounders, Officers appointed in the Twelfth Battalion of Foot, Mr. Towers directed to deliver to the Secretary at War one hundred cannon shot for 22 pounders, and sheet lead sufficient for aprons for twenty cannon, An election having been held in Chester County in direct violation of the Declaration of the Convention, ordered, that the sheriff deliver up the returns to the Board. [1776-10-04] . [S5-V2-p0079] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Mr. Towers directed to deliver Major Proctor twenty-six blankets, for the use of the Artillery, Officers appointed for the two Companies of Artillery under the command of Major Proctor, Commission granted for William Connell, commander of schooner General Thompson. [1776-10-05] . [S5-V2-p0079] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Arrangement of the three Pennsylvania Battalions, now in the Continental service at New York. [1776-10-05] . [S5-V2-p0080] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to Colonel Brodhead, requesting a return of the officers who choose to enter into the Continental service on the new establishment. [1776-10-05] . [S5-V2-p0080] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General McKinley requested to purchase all the coarse cloths, blankets, and stockings, he can procure, A detachment of fifty men. From the Artillery to be sent to Fort Montgomery, subject to the direction of the Commander-in-Chief. [1776-10-05] . [S5-V2-p0081] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Mr. Towers directed to deliver to. Captain James Craig two hundred grape and one hundred swivel shot, he engaging to return the like quantity, All the powder now on board the ship, floating batteries, and armed boats, belonging to the State, to be delivered to Mr. Towers, Commissary, who is to replace it with a like quantity. [1776-10-07] . [S5-V2-p0081] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Pay of Pilots for conducting vessels through the chevaux-de-frise, Thomas Wharton, jun., and Colonel Bayard appointed to fit out the ship Montgomery, List of Officers commissioned for the Fourth Battalion of Associators in Northumberland County. [1776-10-08] . [S5-V2-p0081] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolutions for expediting the payment of the accounts of the Associators. [1776-10-08] . [S5-V2-p0082] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee appointed to confer with a committee of Congress on the expediency of having a body of Troops stationed near the City of Philadelphia for the defence of this State. [1776-10-08] . [S5-V2-p0083] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Council of Safety, October 9, 1776. [1776-10-09] . [S5-V2-p0083] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolution making void the purchase of a cargo of salt, and prohibiting any person to purchase any goods coming from sea until the vessels regularly enter at the custom-house, and until report of the cargo be made to the Board. [1776-10-09] . [S5-V2-p0083] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Alexander Morrice permitted to depart the State in the schooner Mariamne to Cape Nicola Mole. [1776-10-10] . [S5-V2-p0084] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Robert Towers directed to deliver Colonel Cadwalader one hundred muskets, Commission granted to James Smith, commander of the letter of marque brig Rutledge, Resolution directing the appraisement and distribution of the clothing of the soldiers killed or taken prisoners on Long-Island, Committee appointed to go down to the piers tomorrow and fix upon a method for fastening the chain. [1776-10-11] . [S5-V2-p0084] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Council of Safety, October 12, 1776. [1776-10-12] . [S5-V2-p0085] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolution to prevent a monopoly of salt, and to encourage its importation. [1776-10-12] . [S5-V2-p0085] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Increase of the pay of Officers. [1776-10-12] . [S5-V2-p0085] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Commissions of all the Captains and Subalterns of the Twelfth Battalion of Foot to be dated the 1st of October, and their rank hereafter settled, John Brady and John Harris appointed Captains, and Christopher Gettig First Lieutenant, in the Twelfth Battalion, Francis Allison appointed Surgeon of the Twelfth Battalion, Publick arms to be delivered to the commanding officers of the several Battalions of the City and Liberties of Philadelphia, The Colonels of the several Battalions to make return of the number of arms and accoutrements in their respective Battalions, Major Proctor empowered to exchange two hundred arms, now in his possession, for the like number of light arms belonging to Congress, Measures taken. In consequence of a letter from General Lee, informing that the Hessians had embarked from Staten-Island, and did not doubt but that they intended a visit to this State, John Brigs committed to the State Prison for insulting a Company of Militia returning into town from exercise, A bounty of ten dollars to be given to every able-bodied man who shall enter to serve during the war on board the fleet. [1776-10-14] . [S5-V2-p0085] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee appointed to view the several avenues leading to the city, and to report the places most suitable to erect works of defence, Application to be made to the Board of War of New-Jersey for three pieces of brass cannon. [1776-10-15] . [S5-V2-p0087] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resignation of Isaac Cox, paymaster to the Pennsylvania Troops, John Redman, Jun., appointed Paymaster to the Troops late commanded by Colonels Miles and Atlee, Major Proctor desired to hold in readiness the detachment intended to be sent to Fort Montgomery, to march at a moment's warning, Mr. Lyon, Member of the Council for Cumberland, appeared and took the qualification directed by Convention, Appointment of Officers in the Twelfth Battalion. [1776-10-16] . [S5-V2-p0087] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Representation made to the Board of War. [1776-10-16] . [S5-V2-p0088] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Captain Blewer appointed to employ proper persons to build ten flat-bottom boats, for transporting Troops, No persons to view the Fortifications or go on shore at Fort-Island, without permission, No person to be suffered to sound the channel through the chevaux-de-frise, or take any measures to gain information of the works of defence, Five bushels of salt to be sent to Trenton, to be sold out in small quantities, Jon appointed Captain of a Guard-Boat. [1776-10-17] . [S5-V2-p0088] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Increase pay of the men on board the Fleet, John Brigs discharged from his confinement upon giving security for his good behaviour. [1776-10-18] . [S5-V2-p0089] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resignation of Captain William Gamble as commander of the fire sloop Etna, John Brice appointed Captain of the fire sloop Etna, Resignation of Abner Davis, a Third Lieutenant in the Second Battalion of Riflemen. [1776-10-19] . [S5-V2-p0089] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Mr. Gray and Captain Blewer appointed to sound the eastern channel of the river Delaware, near Fort-Island, and to give directions for stopping that passage, if they should find it necessary Captain Gurney appointed to receive of Robert Eastburn all the money received for salt sold by him. [1776-10-19] . [S5-V2-p0090] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Council of Safety, October 22, 1776. [1776-10-22] . [S5-V2-p0091] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Peter Rhoads, Member for Northampton County, appeared, and took the qualification directed by Convention, Committee appointed to view the country, and fix upon a spot for a Magazine for military stores. [1776-10-23] . [S5-V2-p0091] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Fifty pounds paid to Monsieur Thaddeus Kosciusko as a reward for his services in laying out a plan of a fortification at Billingsport, to be charged to Congress, One thousand dollars advanced to Commodore Seymour for recruiting men for the Fleet, Captain Blewer and Captain Gurney desired to secure the person of Charles Roberts, Captain of the schooner Thetis, with all his papers, and lay them before the Board, Jacob Myle appointed Quartermaster to the German Battalion The Officers now prisoners with the enemy to take rank according to their several commissions, and be entitled to pay and rations the same as if they were in actual service, Arrangement of Captains and Subaltern Officers for the Battalion to be kept in the pay of the State, Captain Blewer appointed to contract with proper persons for building twelve boats to guard the fire rafts, The Committee for Fort-Island desired to erect a fire at Fort-Island, and employ persons to manufacture nails at said Island. [1776-10-24] . [S5-V2-p0091] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders. [1776-10-25] . [S5-V2-p0093] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Arrangement of the Battalion belonging to the State. [1776-10-25] . [S5-V2-p0093] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Rule for the appointment and promotion of Officers, Appointments and promotions. [1776-10-25] . [S5-V2-p0093] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Major Proctor ordered immediately to send forward the detachment of Artillery to Fort Montgomery, Mr. Towers directed to deliver to the Board of War three hundred stand of arms, One quarter cask of powder to be distributed to the Associators of Bucks County, The Officers of the three late Provincial Battalions who have signified their desire to engage in the new establishment, directed to repair to Philadelphia, The Captains and Subalterns in the Eleventh Battalion to be appointed on the 4th of November. [1776-10-26] . [S5-V2-p0094] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Council of Safety, October 28, 1776. [1776-10-28] . [S5-V2-p0095] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Ludowick Sprogel, Mustermaster of the Fleet and Army of the State, allowed the rank, pay and rations of Captain from the 21st October, 1776. [1776-10-29] . [S5-V2-p0095] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Samuel Kerr discharged from his parole, and permitted to return to his family at Edentown, in North- Carolina, Mr. Towers directed to deliver Captain Rice twenty muskets for the use of the Convention galley, Monsieur Uttendorf appointed Adjutant of a Battalion to be raised for the Continental service, with the rank of Captain, Two hundred dollars advanced to Monsieur Uttendorf in consideration of his having lost his baggage in his voyage to America, Major Proctor directed to reinlist such men belonging to the Artillery who are willing to serve during the war. [1776-10-30] . [S5-V2-p0096] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Doctor John Kearsley to be removed from the jail in Yorktown to the jail in Carlisle, Two blank commissions for privateers or letters of marque delivered to Messrs. James Mease and Robert Mease, for a ship and brig, to be fitted out by them in a foreignport. [1776-10-31] . [S5-V2-p0097] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

John Baldwin declared an enemy to his country, and committed to jail, for refusing to receive Continental Bills of Credit. [1776-10-31] . [S5-V2-p0098] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders. [1776-10-31] . [S5-V2-p0098] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Lord Dunmore to Lord George Germain: Is endeavouring to raise two Regiments in Virginia one of white people, the other of black, the former goes on very slowly, but the latter very well. [1776-03-30] . [S5-V2-p0159] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Lord Dunmore to Lord George Germain: Capture of two small vessels from the West-Indies. [1776-03-02] . [S5-V2-p0161] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

May 3. [1776-05-03] . [S5-V2-p0163] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Information from a Spy, given to Lord Dunmore, of the bloody plan intended to be perpetrated by those sons of murder and devastation, the Shirtmen. [1776-05-11] . [S5-V2-p0163] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of General Frye to the Massachusetts Assembly. [1775-07-22] . [S5-V2-p0725] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Lord Dunmore to Lord George Germain: A malignant fever has carried off many of his people, especially the blacks, But for this, is satisfied he would have had two thousand blacks, with whom he could have penetrated into the heart of the Colony. [1776-06-26] . [S5-V2-p0162] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee for the County of Sunbury, in Nova Scotia, to James Simmons, James White, and James Say: Requiring a Declaration of their sentiments on the disputes between Great Britain and America. [1776-06-20] . [S5-V2-p0785] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Lord Dunmore to Lord George Germain: Had been driven from Gwinn's Island to Potomack river, His Majesty's ships much annoyed by the Rebels, is much puzzled to know where to go next. [1776-07-31] . [S5-V2-p0164] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from P. Penet to General Washington: Solicits the honour of the title of his first Aid-de-Camp, and to be permitted to wear the uniforma and also the ribbon, he asks no pay, but only the honour of being in his service. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0928] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Governour-General of the French part of St. Domingo to General Washington: Entreats for the relief of Sieur de Chambeau. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0928] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Reed to Governour Trumbull: Submits to his consideration whether it would be possible to transport a thousand men to Long-Island. [1776-08-14] . [S5-V2-p0413] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Reed to Governour Trumbull: Submits to his consideration whether it would be possible to transport a thousand men to Long-Island. [1776-08-24] . [S5-V2-p0098] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings of Rockingham Town Meeting, Cumberland County, New-York: Voted that proper measures be taken to get the New Hampshire Grants formed into a separateState. [9999-99-99] . [S5-V2-p0124] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Cumberland (New-York) County Committee: Persons consulted with for a new State. [9999-99-99] . [S5-V2-p0125] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Ichabod Jones. [1776-08-28] . [S5-V2-p0731] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Selectmen of Harpswell. [1776-08-28] . [S5-V2-p0732] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Thomas Edwards. [1776-08-30] . [S5-V2-p0732] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Memo from Jonas Hale and others. [1776-08-28] . [S5-V2-p0733] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Pettion to Jonathan Eddy and others. [1776-08-28] . [S5-V2-p0733] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Joseph Sprague for a commission for the schooner General Gates. [1776-08-29] . [S5-V2-p0737] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Henry Chase to the New-York Convention: Has been imprisoned a long time and nothing appears against him, begs them to consider his case. [1776-08-30] . [S5-V2-p0666] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition to John Fox for a commission for the private sloop-of-war Retrieve. [1776-08-30] . [S5-V2-p0737] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report from the Committee of Newburyport. [1776-08-30] . [S5-V2-p0768] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Sullivan to Lord Howe. [1776-08-30] . [S5-V2-p1329] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Trumbull to General Washington: No exertions of this State will be wanting at this critical conjuncture to harass the enemy. [1776-08-31] . [S5-V2-p0097] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letters of Charles W. F. Dumas to Committee of Secret corespondence, September and October. [1776-08-31] . [S5-V2-p0099] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letters of Charles W. F. Dumas to Committee of Secret Correspondence, September and October. [1776-09-01] . [S5-V2-p0099] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Caroline County, Virginia, Committee: Test oath tendered to James Miller and others, and refused. [1766-09] . [S5-V2-p0104] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel William Richardson to Maryland of Safety. [1776-10-01] . [S5-V2-p0104] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Captain Nicholson to Maryland Council of Safety: An example should be made of deserters. [1776-09-01] . [S5-V2-p0104] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Hollingsworth to Maryland Council of Safety: Necessary to have cash lodged in the County, in some person's hands, for the publick service. [1776-09-01] . [S5-V2-p0105] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Josiah Bartlett to John Langdon: Prays him to send the Raleigh to sea as soon as possible. General Sullivan has arrived in Philadelphia, on his parole, with a verbal message from Lord Howe to the Congress. [1776-09-01] . [S5-V2-p0105] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Lancaster (Pennsylvania) to the Committee of Carlisle: Informing of the removal of Lieutenant William Barrington, prisoner, to Carlisle. [1776-09-01] . [S5-V2-p0106] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to the New York Convention: impossible to give any assistance to prevent the cattle on Long Island from falling into the enemy's hands. Asks aid for the defence of the posts at King's Bridge. [1776-09-01] . [S5-V2-p0106] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Doctor Morgan to General Gates: sends him a large assortment of medicines, all capital articles. [1776-09-01] . [S5-V2-p0106] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extract of a letter from New-York: Account of the battle on Long-Island. [1776-09-01] . [S5-V2-p0107] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General De Lancey to Colonel Conkling: Stating the terms on which General Howe is willing to accept the submission of the inhabitants of Suffolk County, New-York. [1776-09-01] . [S5-V2-p0505] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Cary to General Heath: The Commander-in-Chief has desired Colonel Moylan to place an Assistant Quarter-master up at King's Bridge. [1776-09-01] . [S5-V2-p0108] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Ebenezer Hazard to John McKesson: Suggests that there should be a post-rider daily to and from New-York. [1776-09-01] . [S5-V2-p0108] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Return of the Officers chosen by the different Companies in King's County, who have signed the Declaration and taken their commissions. [1776-09] . [S5-V2-p0109] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Joseph Bull to General Woodhull: Taken into custody by order of General Scott, represents himself friendly to the American cause. [1776-09] . [S5-V2-p0109] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Lieutenant Edget to New-York Convention: Requests to be dismissed from. [1776-06] . [S5-V2-p0110] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

the service on account of ill health, Letter from General Schuyler to General Gates: Not a sheet of musket cartridge paper is to be had here. Not a man is stopped on the route to the Army except such as have lately had the small-pox. Whether Mr. Avery is subordinate to Mr. Livingston or not, it was his business to obey. [1776-09-01] . [S5-V2-p0110] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Certificate of Lieutenant-Colonel Wait of the most advantageous post on Onion river. [1776-09-01] . [S5-V2-p0111] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Order to Commanding Officer of the Company raised by Captain Faucett to maintain his post at Jerico, on Onion river. [1776-09-01] . [S5-V2-p0111] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General St. Clair to Lieutenant Colonel Allen: T.here were two points on which they had perfectly agreed: first, that Independence was not the interest of America if the liberties of America could be otherwise secured, secondly, that if foreign troops were employed to reduce America to absolute submission, that independence or any mode was justifiable. There is no doubt now about the employment of foreign troops. Ticonderoga has been made a very strong post. [1776-09-01] . [S5-V2-p0111] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from William Gilliland to General Arnold: Complains of the troops and sailors having wantonly committed great destruction on several of his plantations. [1776-09-01] . [S5-V2-p0112] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Hartley to General Gates: Has despatched two boats to the fleet to see what they are doing on board. [1776-09-01] . [S5-V2-p0113] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Instructions to their Representatives, voted by the freemen of a town in Connecticut, at their annual meeting. [1776-09] . [S5-V2-p0113] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel H. B. Livingston to Governour Trumbull: If a retreat from Long-Island is determined upon, a number of boats will be necessary. [1776-09-01] . [S5-V2-p0114] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Trumbull to Nathaniel Shaw, Jun.: Desires him to provide necessary transports for ending a number of troops from New-London to the east end of Long-Island. [1776-09-01] . [S5-V2-p0114] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Connecticut Council of Safety. [1776-09-01] . [S5-V2-p0114] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Commodore Hopkins to the Marine Committee: Captain Whipple sailed On a cruise four days after he got home. Will set himself about manning the Alfred as soon as he gets a little over the fatigue of his journey. Captain Hinman has gone on a cruise with the Cabot without orders. [1776-09-01] . [S5-V2-p0115] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Joseph Ward to General Washington: Captain Burke, in the armed schooner Warren, taken by a British frigate on the 36th of August. [1776-09-01] . [S5-V2-p0116] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Winthrop Sargent to Massachusetts Council: Captain Daniel Waters retook an old coasting sloop which had been taken by the Milford frigate. [1776-09-01] . [S5-V2-p0116] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Maryland Council of Safety to Captain Deans: Directing him to give Sergeant Barnes a discharge. [1776-09-02] . [S5-V2-p0117] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Sept 2, Letter from Baltimore Committee to Maryland Convention: Recommend Robert Wilmot as a Lieutenant for Ensign. [1776-09-02] . [S5-V2-p0117] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from William Deakins, Jun., to Maryland Council of Safety:Dennis Griffith recommended for an Ensign. [1776-09-02] . [S5-V2-p0117] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from John Burrell to Maryland Council of Safety: Thinks he should be First Lieutenant of the ship Defence. [1776-09-02] . [S5-V2-p0117] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings of Baltimore Committee. [1776-09-02] . [S5-V2-p0118] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Josiah Bartlett to General Folsom: A well-disciplined army to serve during the war ought to be raised as soon as possible. A considerable quantity of powder made by one of the mills of Pennsylvania appears not to have half the force of good powder. The affairs at New-York almost wholly engross the attention of Congress. [1776-09-02] . [S5-V2-p0118] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Marine Committee to Daniel Tillinghast: .Enclosing resolution of Congress ordering tents to be made up and forwarded with all possible expedition to General Washington. [1776-09-02] . [S5-V2-p0119] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Marine Committee to Daniel Tillinghast: .Enclosing resolution of Congress ordering tents to be made up and forwarded with all possible expedition to General Washington. [1776-08-30] . [S5-V2-p0119] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Michael Fitzgerald for a military appointment. [1776-09-02] . [S5-V2-p0119] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Reading to the Committee of Lancaster: Permission for servants of Captains Swan and Anstruther, prisoners, to come to Reading. [1776-09-02] . [S5-V2-p0120] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Reading to the Committee of Lancaster: Permission for servants of Captains Swan and Anstruther, prisoners, to come to Reading. [1776-08-12] . [S5-V2-p0120] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Reading to the Committee of Lancaster: Permission for servants of Captains Swan and Anstruther, prisoners, to come to Reading. [1776-08-13] . [S5-V2-p0120] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to the President of Congress: His situation truly distressing, troops dispirited, militia dismayed, intractable, and great numbers gone off--in some instances almost by whole regiments, is confirmed in the opinion of the necessity of an army to exist during the war. Till of late had no doubt of defending New-York, nor should he have yet if the men would do their duty, but this he despairs of. If obliged to abandon New-York, ought it to stand as winter quarters for the enemy. [1776-09-02] . [S5-V2-p0120] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders, September 1, 2. [1776-09-01] . [S5-V2-p0121] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders, September 1, 2. [1776-09-02] . [S5-V2-p0121] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders from General De Lancey to Colonel Fanning: Directing him to order all who have taken up arms in Suffolk County, New-York, to lay down their arms and take the oath of allegiance to the King. [1776-09-02] . [S5-V2-p0505] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Lewis to Governour Trumbull: His regiment is discontented with the order, that no officers of Militia assume distinctions superiour to their commissions from their respective Governours. [1776-09-02] . [S5-V2-p0122] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extract of a letter from Colonel Joseph Reed to Mrs. Reed: Trusts his country may yet be free whatever may be the fate of the Army cooped up, or in danger of being so, on a tongue of land, where it ought never to have been. [1776-09-02] . [S5-V2-p0123] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter From General Howe to Lord George Germain: As there may probably be another campaign before the rebellion is quelled, proposes an augmentation of eight hundred men to Colonel Donop's Chasseurs, to be sent From Germany in the spring. [1776-09-02] . [S5-V2-p0123] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extract of a letter from an English Field Officer on Long-Island: By the steps the General is taking he will effectually cut off the retreat of the Rebels at King's Bridge. [1776-09-02] . [S5-V2-p0123] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extract of a letter from an English Officer of the Guards on Long-Island: There has been a battle in New-York between the New Englanders and the New-Yorkers. [1776-09-02] . [S5-V2-p0123] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Captain Townsend's Company to the Convention of New-York, for an increase of the pay for their subsistence. [9999-99-99] . [S5-V2-p0123] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Captain Townsend's Company to the Convention of New-York, for an increase of the pay for their subsistence. [1776-09-02] . [S5-V2-p0124] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Halifax, Cumberland County, (New-York,) Town meeting: Voted not to choose a Delegate to .meet the Green-Mountain Boys. [1776-09-02] . [S5-V2-p0124] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to the President of Congress: Recommends that provision be made for two Indian boys from Dartmouth College. [1776-09-02] . [S5-V2-p0125] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to General Washington: Has it amply in his power to justify every part of his conduct, and hopes the inquiry which he has entreated will evince to the world how hardly he has been dealt by. [1776-09-02] . [S5-V2-p0125] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Sept 2, Letter from General Schuyler to Governour Trumbull: If many gentlemen in high offices were influenced by candour and ingeniousness, they would not have given ear to the variety of calumny to which he has been exposed. [1776-09-02] . [S5-V2-p0126] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Gates to Governour Trumbull: The Congress have, in some instances, forgot us, but they are excusable. All things conspire to make him believe that America. will be free. [1776-09-02] . [S5-V2-p0127] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Gates to General Waterbury: Every thing necessary for the equipment of the row-galleys arrived last night. [1776-09-02] . [S5-V2-p0127] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from John Trumbull to the Board of War: Transmitting returns of the Northern army. [1776-09-02] . [S5-V2-p0127] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from John Trumbull to Governour Trumbull: Pleased that the tents and clothing are coming. Finds there is so much ceremony in the Congress that he is not to be appointed without a particular recommendation. [1776-09-02] . [S5-V2-p0128] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General St. Clair to the President of Congress: Acknowledging receipt of his commission as Brigadier-General. [1776-09-02] . [S5-V2-p0128] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Hartley to General Gates: What is very strange, General Arnold was within ten miles of this yesterday afternoon. [1776-09-02] . [S5-V2-p0128] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Trumbull to General Washington: Has resolved to throw over upon Long-Island a thousand or fifteen hundred troops. [1776-09-02] . [S5-V2-p0128] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Trumbull to the Council of Massachusetts: Enclosing an application for the exchange of Mr. Stevens. [1776-09-02] . [S5-V2-p0129] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Trumbull to the Council of Massachusetts: Enclosing an application for the exchange of Mr. Stevens. [1776-09-01] . [S5-V2-p0129] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings of Connecticut Council of Safety. [1776-09-02] . [S5-V2-p0129] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Joseph Hutchinson and others to the Governour and Council of Connecticut: Remonstrating against the High Sheriff of the County of Windham continuing any longer in Office, on account of his being inimical to the liberties of the American United States. [1776-09-03] . [S5-V2-p0130] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of William Durkee and others: Remonstrating against the High Sheriff of Windham County, Connecticut, continuing any longer in office. [1776-09-03] . [S5-V2-p0131] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Commodore Hopkins to General Washington: Wishes him to endeavour to get Mr. Henry Hawkins exchanged. [1776-09-02] . [S5-V2-p0132] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Commodore Hopkins to Captain Josiah: Congress have given directions to get him exchanged. [1776-09-02] . [S5-V2-p0132] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Isaac Lathrop to Richard Devens: Should be glad to furnish shot or any thing else in that way. [1776-09-02] . [S5-V2-p0133] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Elnathan Bates to Richard Devens: Should be glad to have the remainder of his account, the small-pox prevents his coming to Boston. [1776-09-02] . [S5-V2-p0133] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Elnathan Bates to Richard Devens: Should be glad to have the remainder of his account, the small-pox prevents his coming to Boston. [9999-99-99] . [S5-V2-p0133] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Massachusetts Council: The resolve of 29th April, allowing the officers of vessels in the Colony service to inlist men out of the companies raised for the defence of the sea-coast, discontinued. [1776-09-02] . [S0-V1-p0133] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Joseph North to the Massachusetts Assembly. [1776-09-02] . [S5-V2-p0737] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Josiah Batchelder, Ju., for a commission for the brigantine Retaliation. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0737] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of John Winthrop, Jun., for a commission for the sloop Union. [1776-09-02] . [S5-V2-p0741] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of the Committee of Middleborough: They meet with difficulties in selling and leasing the estates of persons who have fled to Boston. [1776-09-05] . [S5-V2-p0747] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of the town of Pittsfield: Captain Charles Goodrich published as an enemy to his country. [9999-99-99] . [S5-V2-p0134] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extract of a letter from Captain Dennison, of the Expedition transport: Had captured the privateer Adventurer, Captain Bronson. [1776-09-02] . [S5-V2-p0134] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extract of a letter received in London: General Howe will not give the Provincials time to breathe, but push his successes like a winning gamester. [1776-09-02] . [S5-V2-p0135] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from James Lloyd Chamberlaine to Maryland Council of Safety: Has engaged a guard of eight men to take charge of the publick magazine in Talbot County. [1776-09-03] . [S5-V2-p0135] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Sept 3, Letter from the President of Congress to General Washington: Congress have resolved that no damage should be done to the city of New York. [1776-09-03] . [S5-V2-p0135] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the President of Congress to General Lewis, Virginia, General Moore, North Carolina, and Commanding Officer of Continental Troops in Rhode-Island, directing them immediately to send reinforcements to the Army at New-York. [1776-09-03] . [S5-V2-p0135] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the President of Congress to General Lewis, Virginia, General Moore, North Carolina, and Commanding Officer of Continental Troops in Rhode-Island, directing them immediately to send reinforcements to the Army at New-York. [1776-09-03] . [S5-V2-p0136] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Circular of the President of Congress to the Assemblies of New-Hampshire, Massachusetts-Bay, Connecticut, and Rhode-Island, and Conventions of Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Maryland, urging immediately to send all the aid in their power to the Army at New-York. [1776-09-03] . [S5-V2-p0136] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Josiah Bartlett to William Whipple: Congress is very thin, there are difficulties either in accepting or refusing the conference proposed by Lord Howe. [1776-09-03] . [S5-V2-p0127] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Jeremiah Halsey to the Continental Congress, representing that he has been deprived of his wages, and injured in his publick character as an officer. [1776-09-03] . [S5-V2-p0012] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Joseph Wood to General St. Clair: Is prevented by the state of his wound from joining the Army, will set off next week sick or well, is more easy that he has two such field officers as Craig and Butler, dined yesterday with four or five of the Congress, they think a few days will decide the matter at New-York. [1776-09-03] . [S5-V2-p0138] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to General Mercer: The most salutary consequences may result from having a strong encampment at Fort Lee. [1776-09-03] . [S5-V2-p0139] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to Colonel Moylan: Wishes to have a quantity of boards collected at King's Bridge. [1776-09-03] . [S5-V2-p0139] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from William Palfrey to General Heath: Has sent books, papers, etc., to his quarters for security. [1776-09-03] . [S5-V2-p0139] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Moylan to General Heath: Tools and necessaries belonging to the smiths' department ordered to his encampment for security. [1776-09-03] . [S5-V2-p0140] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report of Colonel Rufus Putnam to General Washington: Has reconnoitred every part about the Island of New-York, and the main as far as Frog's Point. [1776-09-03] . [S5-V2-p0140] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General George Clinton to the New-York Convention, enclosing the examination of John Wooly, confined on suspicion of supplying the enemy with provisions. [1776-09-03] . [S5-V2-p0140] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General George Clinton to the New-York Convention, enclosing the examination of John Wooly, confined on suspicion of supplying the enemy with provisions. [1776-09-02] . [S5-V2-p0141] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Joshua Ferris, a prisoner, confined in the goal of the White-Plains, Westchester County, New-York. [9999-99-99] . [S5-V2-p0141] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to General Gates: The New-York Provincial Congress has moved up to Fishkill. [1776-09-03] . [S5-V2-p0142] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from. H. Glen to General Schuyler: Should there be any occasion for hands he can get in one day as many as he wants in town. [1776-09-03] . [S5-V2-p0142] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Waterbury to General Gates: Has received a considerable quantity of clothing sent by Governour Trumbull. [1776-09-03] . [S5-V2-p0142] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Colonel John Brown's complaint against General Arnold. [1776-09-03] . [S5-V2-p0143] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Connecticut Council of Safety. [1776-09-03] . [S5-V2-p0143] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from James McCobb to Henry Gardner, enclosing subscriptions of inhabitants of Georgetown, Massachusetts, to aid Canada Expedition. [1776-09-03] . [S5-V2-p0144] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from James McCobb to Henry Gardner, enclosing subscriptions of inhabitants of Georgetown, Massachusetts, to aid Canada Expedition. [1776-08-03] . [S5-V2-p0144] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Memorial and Petition of Charles Goodrich, of Pittsfield, Berkshire County, Massachusetts. [1776-09-03] . [S5-V2-p0741] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Colonel Bayley. [1776-09-03] . [S5-V2-p0145] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Certificate. [9999-99-99] . [S5-V2-p0145] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Colonel Porter's. [9999-99-99] . [S5-V2-p0145] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Colonel Hurd. [1776-07-15] . [S5-V2-p0147] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Colonel Hurd. [1776-08-07] . [S5-V2-p0147] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Daniel Hall. [1776-08-05] . [S5-V2-p0149] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

John Bayley. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0150] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Joseph Haynes. [1776-08-24] . [S5-V2-p0151] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Ebenezer Rice. [1776-08-28] . [S5-V2-p0152] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Thomas Minor. [1776-08-24] . [S5-V2-p0152] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Edward Buckman. [1776-11-06] . [S5-V2-p0152] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Robert Haseltine. [1776-08-26] . [S5-V2-p0153] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

John Sanborn. [1776-08-26] . [S5-V2-p0153] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Joshua Howard. [1776-08-18] . [S5-V2-p0154] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Benajah Hall. [1776-08-31] . [S5-V2-p0154] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Ephraim Wesson. [1776-08-30] . [S5-V2-p0154] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Thomas Chamberlain. [1776-08-30] . [S5-V2-p0155] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Ezekiel Ladd. [1776-08-30] . [S5-V2-p0155] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Noah Moulton. [1776-08-31] . [S5-V2-p0155] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extract of a letter from a house in Lisbon to their correspondent in London: Several vessels have been taken by an American privateer. [1776-09-04] . [S5-V2-p0156] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letters to the President of Congress, recommending Lieutenant Von Hederick for a commission in one of the German battalions to be raised by Congress. [1776-09-04] . [S5-V2-p0156] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to Thomas Willing, to the same effect. [1776-09-04] . [S5-V2-p0157] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Cornelius Haight. [1776-09-03] . [S5-V2-p0157] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Thomas Stone to Maryland Council of Safety: Assistance is extremely wanted at New-York. [1776-09-04] . [S5-V2-p0156] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition Of John Paul Schott for a Captain's commission in the Continental Army. [1776-09-04] . [S5-V2-p0157] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Arrival at Philadelphia of between thirty and forty of the inhabitants of Pennsylvania who had been taken by the English pirates on the coast. [1776-09-04] . [S5-V2-p0157] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Mercer to the President of Congress: On a general view of our force compared with that of the enemy, the event of the campaign is greatly to be dreaded. [1776-09-04] . [S5-V2-p0157] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Lord Dunmore to Lord George Germain: Gives his reasons for being off New-York. [1776-09-04] . [S5-V2-p0158] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Thomas Quigley to Thomas Randall: Difficulties on board the schooner General Putnam, the men will sail under the command of Captain Cregier. [1776-09-04] . [S5-V2-p0215] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to Colonel Gay, requesting, in express and peremptory terms, that returns be made regularly, and that the men of his corps be not suffered to straggle from their quarters. [1776-09-04] . [S5-V2-p0166] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to Colonel Livingston: Wishes him to remain on Long-Island as long as he can do any thing to annoy the enemy, and prevent their foraging. [1776-09-04] . [S5-V2-p0167] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to General Schuyler: Is not without apprehension that, sooner or later, the short inlistment of the troops must prove of fatal consequences. Wishes to obtain a large quantity of boards for barracks with all expedition. [1776-09-04] . [S5-V2-p0167] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extract of a letter from Long-Island to a gentleman in London: It may be hoped that the loyal city of New-York may not be sacrificed to the inexorable fury of fanatical and Congressional proscription. [1776-09-04] . [S5-V2-p0168] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extract of a letter from Newtown, Long-Island, to a gentleman in London: The Rebels, being rushed on with bayonets, were thrown into the utmost disorder and confusion. A Light-Dragoon attacked three American Riflemen in a wood, killed one, and took the other two prisoners. [1776-09-04] . [S5-V2-p0168] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Captain Thomas to Maryland Council of Safety: Great numbers of the Maryland troops sick, and a Surgeon much wanted. [1776-09-04] . [S5-V2-p0168] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Nicoll to General Heath, for orders. [1776-09-04] . [S5-V2-p0169] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Heath to Colonel Nicoll, directing him to remain at Mount Washington till Colonel Hutchinson's return. [1776-09-04] . [S5-V2-p0169] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from New-York Committee of Safety to General Washington: They are unable to assist further in securing the important posts at King's Bridge. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0661] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Dayton to General Schuyler: Has received information that a numerous army, principally of Indians, was expected at Oswego. [1776-09-04] . [S5-V2-p0247] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Thomas Spencer to Colonel Dayton: An attack is expected from a party of seven hundred Indians and whites, commanded by Walter Butler. [1776-09-04] . [S5-V2-p0247] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Onondaga Chiefs to Colonel Dayton: Expect an attack, and request assistance. [1776-09-04] . [S5-V2-p0247] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Captain Williams to General Gates: The blacksmiths are very uneasy, and want to know what they are to have per day besides their wages. [1776-09-04] . [S5-V2-p0169] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Pass for Nehemiah Carpenter. [1776-09-04] . [S5-V2-p0169] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extract of a letter from Camp Mount Independence: Notice of the death and burial of Colonel William Bond. [1776-09-04] . [S5-V2-p0169] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

News from the army at New-York. [1776-09-04] . [S5-V2-p0016] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Livingston to the Council of War of Connecticut: Has retreated from Long-Island, and asks advice for further movements. [1776-09-04] . [S5-V2-p0170] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Captain John Paul Jones to the Marine Committee: Escape from an English frigate, and capture of the brigantine Sea-Nymph. [1776-09-04] . [S5-V2-p0171] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Captain John Paul Jones to Commodore Hopkins: Is too late for West-India men, and afraid the storeships come out under convoy. [1776-09-04] . [S5-V2-p0171] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Captain John Paul Jones to Robert Morris: As the regulations of the Navy are of the utmost consequence, he ventures to communicate such hints as, in his judgment, will promote its honour and good government. [1776-09-04] . [S5-V2-p0172] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders to John Clouston, commander of the sloop Freedom, in the service of the State of Massachusetts-Bay. [1776-09-04] . [S5-V2-p0174] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers and Stores of the armed sloop Freedom. [1776-09-04] . [S5-V2-p0174] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers and Stores of the armed sloop Freedom. [1776-09-03] . [S5-V2-p0174] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers and Stores of the armed sloop Freedom. [1776-09-01] . [S5-V2-p0174] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Massachusetts Council to Colonel Aaron Willard: Directing him to repair to the heights of Dorchester and form a company out of the men inlisted for the Northern Department. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0174] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Massachusetts Council direct the Sheriff of Suffolk County to take Mr. Richey and Captain Alexander Lumsdale in close custody. [1776-09-04] . [S5-V2-p0116] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Massachusetts Council: Order for the exchange of Francis Curtis for Philip Stephens. [1776-09-04] . [S5-V2-p0116] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of the Committee of the Town of Framingham to Massachusetts Assembly. [1776-09-04] . [S5-V2-p0743] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Nathaniel Brindley, who is suspected of being inimical to the rights of America. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0744] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Elias Hasket Derby and others, for a commission for the private sloop-of-war Revenge. [1776-09-04] . [S5-V2-p0745] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Samuel Dogget and others, for a commission for the sloop Wolfe. [1776-09-04] . [S5-V2-p0745] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Decree. [1776-09-04] . [S5-V2-p0175] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

September 2. [1776-09-02] . [S5-V2-p0175] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

September 4. [1776-09-04] . [S5-V2-p0175] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition. [1776-09-06] . [S5-V2-p0175] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

House of Representatives. [1776-09-06] . [S5-V2-p0176] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Vote. [1776-09-10] . [S5-V2-p0176] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition. [1776-09-10] . [S5-V2-p0176] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Vote. [1776-09-11] . [S5-V2-p0177] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter of Sir John Hart, Consul-General at Lisbon, to the Mayor of Bristol: Acquainting him that an American privateer was cruising on the coasts of Portugal, and had taken several prizes. [1776-09-05] . [S5-V2-p0177] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Maryland Council of Safety to Captain Fiddeman. [1776-09-05] . [S5-V2-p0177] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Maryland Council of Safety to Colonel Hollingsworth. [1776-09-05] . [S5-V2-p0177] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Maryland Council of Safety to Thomas Stone. [1776-09-05] . [S5-V2-p0177] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Thomas Ewing to Mary-land Council of Safety. [1776-09-05] . [S5-V2-p0178] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Speech of Mr. Witherspoon in Congress, on the conference proposed by Lord Howe. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0178] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Order of Board of War to the officers of the German Battalion to repair immediately with their men to Philadelphia. [1776-09-05] . [S5-V2-p0180] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Uniform of Navy and Marine officers. [1776-09-05] . [S5-V2-p0181] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Captain Gordon (prisoner) to the Committee of Lancaster, Pennsylvania, requesting a pass for his servant. [1776-09-05] . [S5-V2-p0181] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Captain Gordon (prisoner) to the Committee of Lancaster, Pennsylvania, requesting a pass for his servant. [1776-09-04] . [S5-V2-p0181] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Discharge of the first and third divisions of Artillery of the Philadelphia Associators. [1776-09-05] . [S5-V2-p0181] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to General Mercer: About a thousand additional troops will be competent for the defence of the post opposite Mount Washington. [1776-09-05] . [S5-V2-p0181] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Greene to General Washington: Gives it as his opinion that a general and speedy retreat from the Island of New-York is absolutely necessary, and that the honour and interest of America require it, and advises to burn the city and suberbs. [1776-09-05] . [S5-V2-p0182] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General De Lancey's announcement of his authority to raise a brigade of Provincials, to apprehend or drive out all concealed Rebels in Suffolk County. [1776-09-05] . [S5-V2-p0505] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Jos. Trumbull to Walter Livingston: Complains of the treatment Mr. Avery has received. [1776-09-05] . [S5-V2-p0213] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Jos. Trumbull to Elisha Avery: Will not risk his character in office while General Schuyler commands the Northern Army, and will let Congress know his refusal immediately. [1776-09-05] . [S5-V2-p0214] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Jos. Trumbull to General Schuyler: Has directed Mr. Avery to withdraw from Tyconderoga immediately. He never intended Mr. Avery should be subordinate to Mr. Livingston, with whom there is a continual clashing, and who is supported by General Schuyler. [1776-09-05] . [S5-V2-p0214] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Clement Biddle, Deputy Quartermaster-General of the Flying-Camp, to General Heath. [1776-09-05] . [S5-V2-p0183] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Parsons to General Heath: The machine is ready to make the experiment of blowing up the enemy's ships. [1776-09-05] . [S5-V2-p0183] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-York Convention to the Committeee of Kingston: Will soon pass a general resolution respecting the tea within the State. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0663] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Bond of John Woolley to behave himself as a faithful and good subject of the State of New-York. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0666] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Abraham Yates, Jan., to General Washington: Transmitting a resolution of the New-York Convention authorizing him to have all the bells removed from the city of New-York to Newark, for the purpose of being used in the manufacture of cannon. [1776-09-05] . [S5-V2-p0183] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Abraham Yates, Jan., to General Washington: Transmitting a resolution of the New-York Convention authorizing him to have all the bells removed from the city of New-York to Newark, for the purpose of being used in the manufacture of cannon. [1776-09-05] . [S5-V2-p0184] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from H. Glen to General Schuyler: He has advanced no money to any of the batteau-men. [1776-09-05] . [S5-V2-p0184] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from H. Glen to Captain Dickerson. [1776-09-05] . [S5-V2-p0184] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from H. Glen to Walter Livingston. [1776-09-05] . [S5-V2-p0185] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Waterbury to General Gates. [1776-09-05] . [S5-V2-p0185] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Gates to General Schuyler: He has sent all the carpenters he could procure to assist the ship builders at Skenesborough. Is pleased to find so much attention is beginning to be paid to the Northern Army. Powder and lead is wanted for the fleet on the Lake. [1776-09-05] . [S5-V2-p0185] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Gates to General Arnold: No time shall be lost in rigging the rowgalleys and despatching them to the fleet. The fleet may be disposed of in three divisions. [1776-09-05] . [S5-V2-p0186] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Order of Captain Fassett to Lieutenant Lee to repair forthwith to Pittsford with all his men, and to bring with him all the families and their effects north of Monkton. [1776-09-05] . [S5-V2-p0187] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Trumbull to General Washington: All ideas of opposition to the enemy on Long-Island are at an end, he has ordered such regiments as can be spared to march towards New-York with all expedition, has it in contemplation to procure a sufficient naval force to clear the Sound of the enemy's ships. [1776-09-05] . [S5-V2-p0187] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings of Connecticut Council of Safety. [1776-09-05] . [S5-V2-p0188] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings of Connecticut Council of Safety. [1776-09-06] . [S5-V2-p0188] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from David Gelston to New-York Convention: The distresses which he hourly sees and hears from Long-Island are beyond his power to describe. [1776-09-05] . [S5-V2-p0189] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Joseph Mayhaw and Shubael Cattle. [1776-09-05] . [S5-V2-p0764] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Representation of Nathaniel Guild to the Massachusetts Assembly. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0746] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Advices at Boston from Halifax: The Govern our would permit only the last clause of the Declaration of Independence to be published, fears of an attack, refugee Tories, prisoners, etc.. [1776-09-05] . [S5-V2-p0189] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Claude Crespigny to Ralph Izard: Can scarcely meet with one man in twenty in England who does not wish to see the nation and himself bankrupt, rather than not bring America to the feet of Lord George Germain. [1776-09-06] . [S5-V2-p0190] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Bullitt, Deputy Adjutant General, to Colonel Reed: Asking the adoption of certain regulations, to enable him the better to discharge the duties of his office. [1776-09-06] . [S5-V2-p0191] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Maryland Council of Safety to William Hindman: Requesting 10,000, in unsigned bills, to be sent to Annapolis. [1776-09-06] . [S5-V2-p0191] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General McDonald to the Board of War: Acknowledging the receipt of information that he was to be exchanged for Lord Stirling, and describing the treatment he had received while a prisoner. [1776-09-06] . [S5-V2-p0191] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from John Adams to Mrs. Adams: After three or four days debate, Congress had determined to appoint a Committee to wait on Lord Howe, his Lordship seems to have been playing off a number of Machiavellian manoeuvres, in order to throw upon Congress the odium of continuing the war. [1776-09-06] . [S5-V2-p0192] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Richard Dallam, Deputy Paymaster-General, to Maryland Council of Safety. [1776-09-06] . [S5-V2-p0192] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Richard Dallam to the President of Congress: Will tomorrow be entirely without money. [1776-09-06] . [S5-V2-p0193] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Richard Dallam to the President of Congress. [1776-09-06] . [S5-V2-p0193] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to the President of Congress: As the movements of the enemy are very different from what were expected, he means to call a council of General Officers to determine on the expediency of evacuating New-York Island, is in great distress for want of money. [1776-09-06] . [S5-V2-p0193] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

September 3. [1776-09-03] . [S5-V2-p0194] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

September 4. [1776-09-04] . [S5-V2-p0195] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

September 5. [1776-09-05] . [S5-V2-p0195] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

September 6. [1776-09-06] . [S5-V2-p0195] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to General Howe: Offers to exchange General Prescott for General Sullivan, and General McDonald for Lord Stirling. [1776-09-06] . [S5-V2-p0196] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to New-York Committee of Safety: Is entirely satisfied with the reasons alleged against ordering out any more of the Militia from the Counties of Orange, Dutchess, Westchester, or Ulster. [1776-09-06] . [S5-V2-p0196] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to Governour Trumbull: The exertions of Connecticut upon every occasion do them great honour. In respect to the conduct to be pursued by the troops that go over to Long-Island, it must be governed by circumstances. Account of the engagement on the 27th of August. [1776-09-06] . [S5-V2-p0196] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Moylan to the President of Congress: Requests to have a quantity of Russia duck, in the hands of Thomas Greene, made up in tents and forwarded to the Army. [1776-09-06] . [S5-V2-p0197] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Malcom to the President of the New-York Convention: Captain Stewart is a very good man, but he has made a horrid collection of soldiers. General Lee is hourly expected, as if from heaven, with a legion of flaming swordsmen. [1776-09-06] . [S5-V2-p0197] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Reed to Mrs. Reed: They are in a posture somewhat awkward in New-York, think they cannot stay, yet do not know how to go. [1776-09-06] . [S5-V2-p0198] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from an officer in the Army to his friend in the country: Account of the battle on Long-Island, and the retreat to New-York. [1776-09-06] . [S5-V2-p0198] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Mifflin to General Heath: He is to remain at Mount Washington, in order to forward the works, which are to be finished as soon as possible. [1776-09-06] . [S5-V2-p0199] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter received in London from a British officer: Account of the battle on Long-Island. [1776-09-06] . [S5-V2-p0200] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Ebenezer Hazard to Abraham Yules: Respecting the mail between New-York and Albany. [1776-09-06] . [S5-V2-p0200] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Ebenezer Hazard to John McKesson: It is the Postmaster General's desire that the post-office should be kept at Head-Quarters. [1776-09-06] . [S5-V2-p0201] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Birdsall to the New-York Convention: An immediate call is now for every hearty American friend to proceed for the protection of Long-Island. [1776-09-06] . [S5-V2-p0201] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Birdsall to the New-York convention: Prays for money to discharge the bounty due to his men. [1776-09-06] . [S5-V2-p0666] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Lieutenant Williams to New-York Convention: Information relative to the dispersion of Colonel Smith's regiment. [1776-09-06] . [S5-V2-p0201] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Richard Thorne to New-York Convention: Defending himself against intimations of being disaffected to the cause of his country. [1776-09-06] . [S5-V2-p0202] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Gates to General Schuyler: Enclosing examination and capitulation of Anthony Hasselaband, a deserter from Colonel Riedesel's regiment of Dragoons. [1776-09-06] . [S5-V2-p0203] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Gates to General Schuyler: Enclosing examination and capitulation of Anthony Hasselaband, a deserter from Colonel Riedesel's regiment of Dragoons. [1776-09-08] . [S5-V2-p0203] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Gates to General Schuyler: Enclosing examination and capitulation of Anthony Hasselaband, a deserter from Colonel Riedesel's regiment of Dragoons. [1776-09-05] . [S5-V2-p0203] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Gates to General Schuyler: Enclosing examination and capitulation of Anthony Hasselaband, a deserter from Colonel Riedesel's regiment of Dragoons. [1776-01-20] . [S5-V2-p0204] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Examination of Sergeant Stiles, sent from the fleet with Ensign McCoy to reconnoitre. [1776-09-06] . [S5-V2-p0482] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Gates to Colonel Hartley: Desires that he will directly order the oarakers to bring up all the oars now made to Tyonderoga. [1776-09-06] . [S5-V2-p0204] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Hartley to General Gates: He thinks it of the greatest consequence to hold Crown-Point, if possible. [1776-09-06] . [S5-V2-p0204] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Gates to Colonel Hartley: Instead of thinking the support of Crown-Point an object upon this emergency. it is his positive orders to him, in case of the defeat of the fleet, to immediately retire to Tyonderoga. [1776-09-06] . [S5-V2-p0204] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Gates to General Schuyler: There has been a very heavy cannonading down the Lake all this morning, is exceedingly vexed that it is above a month since he wrote to him repeatedly for musket cartridge paper, and not one sheet yet arrived. [1776-09-06] . [S5-V2-p0204] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Hartley to General Gates: In the works at Crown-Point can fight one thousand to fifteen hundred men conveniently, has made every disposition either to fight the enemy or to retreat. [1776-09-06] . [S5-V2-p0205] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Trumbull to Massachusetts Assembly: Proposes to them to send a part of their Militia to Westchester to aid in protecting the country from incursions, and, as opportunity may offer, to make a diversion in favour of the main Army. [1776-09-06] . [S5-V2-p0205] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders of Governour Trumbull to Colonel Abbot, to march with his regiment without delay to Westchester, in New-York. [1776-09-06] . [S5-V2-p0206] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from John Sloss Hobart to New-York Convention: Shall sail upon an expedition to Long-Island to-night, as soon as it is over, shall use all possible despatch to join Convention. [1776-09-06] . [S5-V2-p0206] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from David Gelston to the Committee for New London, Connecticut: Submits to their consideration whether it would not be of great service to send over a number of troops to Long-Island, if only one hundred men, all possible despatch appears necesaary. [1776-09-06] . [S5-V2-p0207] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Cooke to General Washington: The unexpected evacuation of Long-Island has filled the Assembly with apprehensions for the town of Newport, they have appointed a Committee to confer with him upon measures for its defence. [1776-09-06] . [S5-V2-p0207] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Thomas Nicholson, for a commision for the sloop America. [1776-09-06] . [S5-V2-p0748] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Thomas Cragg, for permission to return to England. [1776-09-04] . [S5-V2-p0748] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Thomas Melville, for a commission for the armed schooner Speedwell. [1776-09-06] . [S5-V2-p0749] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Walter Logan, Comptroller of the Customs of Perth-Amboy, in New-Jersey, for permission to return to Britain. [1776-09-06] . [S5-V2-p0749] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Nathaniel Barstow and Daniel Whitmore, for permission to make saltpetre for their powder mill, on the terms granted to others. [1776-09-06] . [S5-V2-p0750] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Selectmen of Charlestown to the New-Hampshire Committee of Safety: Answer to the complaint of General Gates against the conduct of a person acting as a physician in that town inoculating soldiers for the small-pox when on their march to the Army. [1776-09-06] . [S5-V2-p0208] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extract of a letter from Guilford, South-Carolina: State of Indian affairs. [1776-09-07] . [S5-V2-p0208] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

News at Williamsburg, Virginia: The West-India Islands are in a starving condition for want of the American supplies. [1776-09-07] . [S5-V2-p0209] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Virginia Council Authorize the Purchase of Cannon, Forges, and Ordinance Stores, for the Defense of Alexandria. [1776-09-07] . [S5-V2-p1127] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Captain Nicholson to Maryland Council of Safety: Has taken upon him to put part of the Militia on duty. [1776-09-07] . [S5-V2-p0209] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Captain Nicholson to Maryland Council of Safety: Has taken upon him to put part of the Militia on duty. [1776-09-06] . [S5-V2-p0209] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Dr. Weisenthall to Matthew Tilghman, recommending Dr. Andrew Porter for a Surgeon. [1776-09-07] . [S5-V2-p0209] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from William Ellery to Governour Cooke: Urges the appointment of an additional Delegate to Congress from Rhode-Island, for matters of great consequence will be on the carpet, the liberties of the country cannot be established but by a large standing army. [1776-09-07] . [S5-V2-p0210] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Certificate of General McDonald in favour of John Ryon, seaman, prisoner in Philadelphia goal. [1776-08-14] . [S5-V2-p0211] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Certificate of General McDonald in favour of John Ryon, seaman, prisoner in Philadelphia goal. [1776-09-07] . [S5-V2-p0211] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address to the Publick on Appointments to Offices. [1776-09-07] . [S5-V2-p0211] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Mercer to General Washington: His ideas of the operations for this campaign are, to prevent the enemy from executing their plan of a junction between the armies of Howe and Burgoyne, should keep New-York if possible. [1776-09-07] . [S5-V2-p0212] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to the President of Congress: Submits to Congress the application of Captain Martindale and others for pay. [1776-09-07] . [S5-V2-p0212] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Joseph Trumbull, Commissary-General, to the President of Congress, enclosing letters showing the situation of affairs in his department, and his sentiments thereon--the case of Mr. Avery. [1776-09-07] . [S5-V2-p0213] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extract of a letter from Dobbs's Ferry: Account of the evacuation of Long-Island, this movement occasioned at first some murmuring among the rash and inconsiderate, but all men of sense saw the necessity of it. [1776-09-07] . [S5-V2-p0214] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Thomas Randall to New-York Convention, enclosing a complaint against the Captain of the schooner General Putnam. [1776-09-07] . [S5-V2-p0215] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Testimony against one Gilbert Tippit, confined under guard by General Heath. [1776-09-05] . [S5-V2-p0215] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Case of John Grout, of Cumberland County, New-York. [1776-09-07] . [S5-V2-p0216] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Case of John Grout, of Cumberland County, New-York. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0216] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Case of John Grout, of Cumberland County, New-York. [1775-11-29] . [S5-V2-p0217] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Case of John Grout, of Cumberland County, New-York. [1776-07-24] . [S5-V2-p0217] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Case of John Grout, of Cumberland County, New-York. [1776-07-26] . [S5-V2-p0217] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Case of John Grout, of Cumberland County, New-York. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0217] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Case of John Grout, of Cumberland County, New-York. [1776-08-28] . [S5-V2-p0218] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Case of John Grout, of Cumberland County, New-York. [1776-09-03] . [S5-V2-p0218] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to General Gates: Directs him to order three regiments to keep themselves in readiness to march at a moment's warning, in Consequence of news received of movements among the Indians. [1776-09-07] . [S5-V2-p0220] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to General Gates: Two of the three Commissioners appointed by Congress to audit the publick accounts in the Northern Department have arrived at Albany, all accounts must be immediately prepared to be laid before them. [1776-09-07] . [S5-V2-p0220] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Walter Livingston to the President of Congress: Requests that he may be enabled to make a final settlement of his accounts as Deputy Commissary General, resigns his commission. [1776-09-07] . [S5-V2-p0220] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from H. Glen to General Schuyler: Wishes to know whether Captain Bradt or others have a right to inlist men from the batteau-men. [1776-09-07] . [S5-V2-p0221] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Waterbury to General Gates: Has got all the paper he could procure, both cartridge and writing paper. [1776-09-07] . [S5-V2-p0221] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders and Instructions for Lieutenant-Colonel John Barrett, of the Militia of Cumberland County, in New-York. [1776-09-07] . [S5-V2-p0222] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders for Captain Jonathan Fassetto commanding one of the Independent Companies raised for the defence of the inhabitants living on the New-Hampshire Grants. [1776-09-07] . [S5-V2-p0222] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Porter to General Gates: His men are well prepared, well armed, and have sufficient quantity of ammunition, and will be ready to turn out on the shortest notice. [1776-09-07] . [S5-V2-p0222] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extract of a Letter from Mount Independence, near Ticonderoga: Upon a moderate calculation they have now twelve thousand men which are effective, their works go on briskly, have plenty of good bread, beef, and salt pork. [1776-09-07] . [S5-V2-p0222] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Hartley to General Gates: When he wrote for a reinforcement, was not on any knight-errant scheme, did not mean to hold the ground against ten or twelve thousand men, but wished to be able to retreat with security, and to take any advantage of the casualties of war. [1776-09-07] . [S5-V2-p0222] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Hartley to General Gates: When he wrote for a reinforcement, was not on any knight-errant scheme, did not mean to hold the ground against ten or twelve thousand men, but wished to be able to retreat with security, and to take any advantage of the casualties of war. [1776-09-08] . [S5-V2-p0223] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Arnold to General Gates: Cannot but think it extremely cruel, when he has sacrificed ease, health, and great part of his private property, in the cause of his country, to be calumniated as a robber and thief. [1776-09-07] . [S5-V2-p0223] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

List of the sick on board the fleet. [1776-09-06] . [S5-V2-p0224] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Livingston to the Connecticut Council of Safety: Has not succeeded in his determination to prevent the inhabitants of East-Hampton supplying the Ministerial troops with live stock. [1776-09-07] . [S5-V2-p0225] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Abraham Gardiner to Governour Trumbull, communicating request of the Trustees of East-Hampton that the people of Connecticut may not come and take away their live stock and effects. [1776-09-07] . [S5-V2-p0225] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Abraham Gardiner to Governour Trumbull, communicating request of the Trustees of East-Hampton that the people of Connecticut may not come and take away their live stock and effects. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0126] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Trumbull to Colonel Livingston: Advises him to join the Continental army at New-York, unless otherwise odered. [1776-09-07] . [S5-V2-p0225] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings of Connecticut Council of Safety. [1776-09-07] . [S5-V2-p0226] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Henry Remsen to New-York Convention: Asks for orders what to do with the goods which Mr. Van Zandt and himself had imported for the State of New-York. [1776-09-07] . [S5-V2-p0226] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Captain J. Paul Jones to the Marine Committee: Capture of the brigantine Favourite. [1776-09-07] . [S5-V2-p0226] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Arrival of prizes at Providence. [1776-09-07] . [S5-V2-p0227] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

William Gordon to the Inhabitants of the Massachusetts-Bay: On a form of Government. [1776-09-07] . [S5-V2-p0227] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Massachusetts Council to Thomas Fletcher: Directing him to return the put into his hands to enable him to inlist a number of the Penobscot Indians. [1776-09-07] . [S5-V2-p0230] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Massachusetts Council to Colonel Willard: Orders. [1776-09-07] . [S5-V2-p0230] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Return of fire-arms, etc., belonging to the State of Massachusetts. [1776-09-07] . [S5-V2-p0221] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Elisha Hedge: Complains of the treatment he received from the Committee of Hardwick. [1776-09-07] . [S5-V2-p0751] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Jofn Codman for a commission for the schooner Langdon. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0752] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Joseph Sprague and Samuel Ward, for a commission for the schooner Dolphin. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0752] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of John Collyer of Marblehead for powder for a privateer he is fitting out. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0752] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Intelligence at Exeter, New-Hampshire, from Onion river, of houses being destroyed by British troops. [1776-09-07] . [S5-V2-p0231] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extract of a letter received in London from a merchant at Barbadoes: Capture of an American schooner, intercepted letters. [1776-09-08] . [S5-V2-p0231] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from James Campbell to the President of Congress: List of prizes taken by the privateer Enterprise. [1776-09-08] . [S5-V2-p0232] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Samuel Chase to General Gates: Is now attending the Convention for the framing of a new Government for the State of Maryland. [1776-09-08] . [S5-V2-p0232] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Matthew Tilghman to the President of Congress: All the power of the State of Maryland be exerted in the common cause. [1776-09-08] . [S5-V2-p0233] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the President of Congress to General Washington. [1776-09-08] . [S5-V2-p0233] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Dr. Franklin to Lord Howe: Did not immediately answer his favour of the 16th past, because he found that his corresponding with his Lordship was disliked by some members of Congress, hopes now soon to have an opportunity of discussing with him, viva voce, the matters mentioned in it. [1776-09-08] . [S5-V2-p0234] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extract of a letter from Philadelphia, received in London by way of Nantz: The defeat of the Provincial forces at Long-Island attributed to Lord Stirling. [1776-09-08] . [S5-V2-p0234] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings of Lancaster, Pennsylvania, Committee. [1776-09-08] . [S5-V2-p0234] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from William Trent to Jacob S. Howell: Informing where sulphur ore and flint-stones may be found. [1776-09-08] . [S5-V2-p0235] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from William Trent to Jacob S. Howell: Informing where sulphur ore and flint-stones may be found. [1776-09-08] . [S5-V2-p0235] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Clement Biddle, Deputy Quartermaster-General, to the Board of War: The troops begin to want many necessaries that they will suffer for unless speedily supplied. [1776-09-08] . [S5-V2-p0235] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Griffin to the Board of War: The order to march the Militia to camp without arms is an exceedingly ill-advised plan, as there are not one hundred stand of arms in the stores, nor would they be given to the Militia if there was a much larger number. [1776-09-08] . [S5-V2-p0235] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Sept 8, Letter from General Washington to the President of Congress: On the line of conduct to be pursued at this important crisis. [1776-09-08] . [S5-V2-p0236] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders, Head-Quarters, New-York, September 7, 8. [1776-09-07] . [S5-V2-p0238] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders, Head-Quarters, New-York, September 7, 8. [1776-09-08] . [S5-V2-p0238] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Captain Newell to Colonel Knox, September 8: The enemy has opened two three-gun batteries on the works on Horn's Hook. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0239] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Issac Nicoll. [1776-09-08] . [S5-V2-p0239] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to General Heath: Desires him to throw obstructions in the roads which there is a probability of the enemy's making use of. [1776-09-08] . [S5-V2-p0239] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to General Mercer: Matters wear so critical an aspect that he has determined to call over Colonel Ward's regiment from the post opposite Mount Washington, and will still stand in need of two or three thousand men. [1776-09-08] . [S5-V2-p0240] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to General James Clinton: Entreats him in the strongest manner to exert himself to the utmost of his abilities to make the posts at the Highlands as defensible as possible. [1776-09-08] . [S5-V2-p0240] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to the New-York Convention: Desires that a reinforcement of about six hundred Militia may be sent to aid in the defence of forts in the Highlands. [1776-09-08] . [S5-V2-p0240] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to the New-York Convention: Will carry into execution their request to remove the bells from the city of New-York. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0675] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to the New-York Convention: Requests them to send down four large Albany sloops for the purpose of removing the sick to Orange-Town. [1776-09-08] . [S5-V2-p0241] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Greene to the President of Congress: Application of Captain Martindale and others, for pay during their captivity, and allowances for losses. [1776-09-08] . [S5-V2-p0241] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Greene to the President of Congress: Application of Captain Martindale and others, for pay during their captivity, and allowances for losses. [1776-08-23] . [S5-V2-p0241] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General George Clinton to the New-York Convention: Desertions have been so frequent that unless some 'method can be devised to prevent it, the army will be much injured, if not ruined, fears confusion may arise from want of an arrangement among the field officers, every Colonel claims seniority. [1776-09-08] . [S5-V2-p0241] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General James Clonton to New-York Committee of Safety: Sends a return of the articles wanted at the fortifications in the Highlands. [1776-09-08] . [S5-V2-p0675] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from James Win. Payne to Robert Benson: Wishes a recommendation from Members of the Convention to General Washington. [1776-09-08] . [S5-V2-p0243] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Lieutenant Sayre to General Heath: Notice of a movement of the enemy. [1776-09-08] . [S5-V2-p0244] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Standard of the Thirteenth Regiment. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0244] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Nixon to General Heath or General Mifflin: The movements of the enemy render it necessary that post should be taken on Morris's Hill this night. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0244] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Nicoll to General Heath, or, in his absence, to General George Clinton: intelligence from the enemy on Long-Island. [1776-09-08] . [S5-V2-p0244] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Recommendation of Major Gray to the Commissary-General's berth in the Northern Deartment. [1776-09-08] . [S5-V2-p0245] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to the President of Congress. [1776-09-08] . [S5-V2-p0245] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Return of Provisions at Fort Schuyler, August 13. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0248] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to the President of Congress: Is sorry for Mr. Livingston's resignation, and requests that another Deputy Commissary-General may be immediately appointed to tilt his place. [1776-09-08] . [S5-V2-p0248] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to General Washington: Are threatened with an enemy from the westward. His mills, that used to cut from forty to fifty thousand boards, have but one this year, as he was under a necessity of sending his oxen to the Army. That has been the case with several others. [1776-09-08] . [S5-V2-p0248] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to General Gates: Is sorry Mr. Avery cannot see the propriety of complying with his request. If Courts-Martial severely punish officers for illiberal abuse against their superiours, such virulent and ill-rounded complaints as those of Lieutenant-Colonel Brown against General Arnold would soon cease. [1776-09-08] . [S5-V2-p0249] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Richard Varick to General Gates: Shoes and stockings, shirts, cartridge paper, iron pots and kettles, musket balls, and swivels, will be sent as fast as possible. [1776-09-08] . [S5-V2-p0250] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from H. Glen, Assistant Deputy Commissary, to Captain Eisenford. [1776-09-08] . [S5-V2-p0250] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Hartley to General Gates: Two boats have arrived from down the Lake, neither bring satisfactory accounts from the fleet. [1776-09-08] . [S5-V2-p0251] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Arnold to General Gates. [1776-09-08] . [S5-V2-p0251] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Livingston to Governour Trumbull: The people of East and South Hampton have almost universally taken an oath of allegiance to the King. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0252] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Livingston to Governour Trumbull. [1776-09-08] . [S5-V2-p0252] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extract of a letter from Boston: Captain Proctor is confined in the goal in Halifax, and is treated barbarously. He has been in prison five weeks, with Colonel Allen. Mr. Lovell, and twenty-eight others. [1776-09-08] . [S5-V2-p0185] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Captain Smith to Matthew Tilghman, resigning his commission. [1776-09-09] . [S5-V2-p0253] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings of Baltimore Committee. [1776-09-09] . [S5-V2-p0253] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Josiah Bartlett to John Langdon. [1776-09-09] . [S5-V2-p0253] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Mrs. Susanna Connolly to the President of Congress: Begs to be permitted to return home, and is willing to come under any restriction the Congress may require. [1776-09-09] . [S5-V2-p0254] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Mrs. Susanna Connolly to the President of Congress: Begs to be permitted to return home, and is willing to come under any restriction the Congress may require. [1776-06-10] . [S5-V2-p0254] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Lieutenant Andrew Pepin, of Canada, to the Continental Congress,to arrest ages of pay and rations. [1776-09-09] . [S5-V2-p0191] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Pennsylvania Council of Safety to. the Lancaster Committee. [1776-09-09] . [S5-V2-p0255] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Burd to William Atlee. [1776-09-09] . [S5-V2-p0255] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Northumberland Committee to the Paxton (Pennsylvania) Committee: Recommend the immediate removal of William Chattin and James Parker, prisoners, to Lancaster. [1776-09-05] . [S5-V2-p0255] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from John Harris to George Fry: Accompanying two prisoners sent by the Committee of Northumberland County to the Committee of Paxton Township. [1776-09-09] . [S5-V2-p0256] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Discharge of Colonel Hart's Battalion of Pennsylvania Associators. [1776-09-09] . [S5-V2-p0256] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

William Goddard, Surveyor of the General Post Office, at New-York, to carry into execution the resolution of Congress of August 30, for the more frequent and speedy communication of intelligence. [1776-08-30] . [S5-V2-p0256] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

William Goddard, Surveyor of the General Post Office, at New-York, to carry into execution the resolution of Congress of August 30, for the more frequent and speedy communication of intelligence. [1776-09-09] . [S5-V2-p0256] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Intelligence from New-York: A large number of the enemy landed on Blackwell's Island. [1776-09-09] . [S5-V2-p0256] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Teach Tilghman to Colonel Moylan: Communicating the desire of General Wshington that every material necessary for the building of barracks at King's Bridge be immediately prepared. [1776-09-09] . [S5-V2-p0257] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to Lord Howe: Transmitting a letter from Doctor Franklin. [1776-09-09] . [S5-V2-p0257] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to Governour Trumbull. [1776-09-09] . [S5-V2-p0257] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Reed to General Mifflin: Requesting boats to be sent down. [1776-09-09] . [S5-V2-p0257] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Reed to General Mifflin: The enemy must be prevented gaining possession of the heights south of Harlem river. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0259] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Robert H. Harrison to General Heath: The Maryland troops are ordered to join those at King's Bridge. His Excellency wishes particular attention to be paid to obstructing the roads leading from points where the enemy may land towards King's Bridge. [1776-09-09] . [S5-V2-p0259] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter From Major Van Rensselaer to General Ten Broeck: Are very much in want of thread and twine for cartridges, and sheet lead for aprons for the guns. [1776-09-09] . [S5-V2-p0260] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from John Schenck to Abraham Yates: He is willing to undertake to supply the garrison at the forts in the Highlands. [1776-09-09] . [S5-V2-p0260] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from New-York Committee of Safety to General Washington: The whole of the reinforcement they have ordered for the Higlands will probably not be at the posts for fourteen days. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0676] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from New-York Committee of Safety to General James Clinton: A reinforcement of six hundred men has been ordered for the garrisons in the Highlands. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0676] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Warrant from New-York Committee of Safety to General James Clinton, for impressing vessels to be sent to New-York for the sick. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0676] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Warrant from New-York Committee of Safery to John Moore, for impressing vessels for conveying the sick from New-York. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0677] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from New-York Committee of Safety to Delegates in Congress: Enclosing proceedings of the Convention on the necessity of strengthening the posts in the Highlands. [1776-09-09] . [S5-V2-p0260] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from New-York Committee of Safety to Delegates in Congress: Enclosing proceedings of the Convention on the necessity of strengthening the posts in the Highlands. [1776-09-07] . [S5-V2-p0260] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from New-York Committee of Safety to Delegates in Congress: Enclosing proceedings of the Convention on the necessity of strengthening the posts in the Highlands. [1776-09-10] . [S5-V2-p0262] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to the President of Congress: Shall resign his commission as soon as he returns from Ticonderoga or Tryon County, .not to prevent, but to insist on, the most critical examination of his conduct. [1776-09-09] . [S5-V2-p0263] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to General Washington: The Army is in the greatest distress for medicines. As every misfortune they labour under is imputed to him, so is this, is heartily tired of abuse, and was in hopes Congress would have ordered an inquiry into his conduct. [1776-09-09] . [S5-V2-p0263] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to the New-York Provincial Congress: Envy, detraction, and the most unbecoming jealousy, has followed him from the beginning, has entreated Congress to make the strictest inquiry into his conduct, but has not been honoured with any answer.. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0685] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to General Gates: Shall immediately write to' every quarter for the Militia to come up, and shall either conduct them himself to Ticonderoga, or march with part of them into Tryon County. [1776-09-09] . [S5-V2-p0264] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to General Gates: Placing Colonel Pelissiere, Engineer, under his command. [1776-09-09] . [S5-V2-p0264] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from H. Glen to Walter Livingston. [1776-09-09] . [S5-V2-p0264] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Gates to Colonel Hartley. [1776-09-09] . [S5-V2-p0264] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Arnold to General Gates : Has no doubt the Almighty will crown our virtuous struggles with success. [1776-09-09] . [S5-V2-p0265] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Trumbull to Colonel Livingston, ordering him, instead of proceeding to New-York, to join the troops on Long-Island, and pursue every measure to obstruct the designs of the enemy in that quarter. [1776-09-09] . [S5-V2-p0265] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Trumbull to Colonel Livingston: The two persons he has in custody to be sent to the Committee of Saybrook. [1776-09-09] . [S5-V2-p0266] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Trumbull to the Massachusetts Assembly: To dislodge the enemy from Long-Island, and destroy the two ships and tenders in the Sound, might at one blow, in a great measure, relieve their bleeding country from impending danger. [1776-09-09] . [S5-V2-p0266] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings of Connecticut Council of Safety. [1776-09-09] . [S5-V2-p0266] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Advices from Hartford: The standing Militia of Connecticut ordered to march with the utmost expedition to Westchester, where it is imagined the enemy will make an attempt to land from Long-Island. [1776-09-09] . [S5-V2-p0267] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Jabez Huntington to Colonel Livingston, advising him not to proceed to New-York for the present. [1776-09-09] . [S5-V2-p0267] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Commodore Hopkins to Samuel Chew. [1776-09-09] . [S5-V2-p0267] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Commodore Hopkins to Nathaniel Shaw. [1776-09-09] . [S5-V2-p0268] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Commodore Hopkins to Hoystead Hacker. [1776-09-09] . [S5-V2-p0268] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Dike to Massachusetts Council, with an Indian, supposed to be a spy from Canada. [1776-09-09] . [S5-V2-p0268] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

A Declaration of Constant Church, an Indian belonging to the Conet tribe, September 8. [1776-09-08] . [S5-V2-p0268] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Commitment to goal of Constant Church, an Indian, supposed to be a spy from Canada, September 9. [1776-09-09] . [S5-V2-p0269] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Nathaniel Brinley, of Framingham. [1776-09-09] . [S5-V2-p0744] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of William Spooner and others for a commission for the schooner Viper, fitted out for the purpose of cruising on the enemies of the United States of America, and their property. [1776-09-09] . [S5-V2-p0753] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Elizabeth Fenton for leave to take passage for England. [1776-09-09] . [S5-V2-p0754] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Thomas Melville for a supply of powder for the schooner Speedwell. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0754] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Representation of the Committee for the town of Rochester, on the conduct of Samuel Sprague. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0753] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from M. de Berruyer to General Washington: Begs permission to go with his vessel to France. [1776-09-09] . [S5-V2-p0269] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Eleazer Russell to New-Hampshire Committee of Safety: On fees for the Maritime Office. [1776-09-09] . [S5-V2-p0269] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from William Lee to C. F. W. Dumas: The Declaration of Independence has totally changed the nature of the contest with America, it is now, on the part of Great Britain, a scheme of conquest, which few imagine can succeed. Every effort is making to prevent France from taking any part with America. [1776-09-10] . [S5-V2-p0270] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Lewis to the President of Congress: Will order the three Virginia Regiments to march to New-York with all possible speed. [1776-06-10] . [S5-V2-p0271] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Maryland Council of Safety to Colonel Hollingsworth. [1776-09-10] . [S5-V2-p0271] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Maryland Council of Safety to Baltimore Committee: Advise the removal of the powder stored in Baltimore to the Head of Elk. [1776-.09-10] . [S5-V2-p0271] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Maryland Council of Safety to General Buchanan. [1776-09-10] . [S5-V2-p0271] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Maryland Council of Safety to Colonel Smallwood and General Beall. [1776-09-10] . [S5-V2-p0272] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Maryland Council of Safety to Jesse Hollingsworth. [1776-09-10] . [S5-V2-p0272] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Maryland Council of Safety to Gerard Hopkins. [1776-09-10] . [S5-V2-p0272] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Josiah Bartlett to William Whipple: Nothing has been done about the Confederation, as Congress is thin, and hurried with other business. [1776-09-10] . [S5-V2-p0272] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Representation of Colonel Seth Warner to the Continental Congress, relative to Major Painter. [1776-09-10] . [S5-V2-p0273] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Captains Hopkins and Brownson to the Continental Congress for remuneration for moneys advanced to raise troops. [1776-09-10] . [S5-V2-p0274] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Lord Howe to Dr. Franklin, appointing a meeting with the gentlemen from Congress. [1776-09-10] . [S5-V2-p0274] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from R. H. Harrison to Joshua Wentworth: It is impossible for his Excellency to give directions about, or to pay attention to, the Continental armed. vessels at the eastward. [1776-09-10] . [S5-V2-p0274] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Mifflin to General Heath : The enemy are making dispositions to land at Harlem. [1776-09-10] . [S5-V2-p0274] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Reed to General Heath. [1776-09-10] . [S5-V2-p0275] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Heath to General Mifflin: Major Henly and Major Scammel have been appointed Assistant Adjutant- Generals. [1776-09-10] . [S5-V2-p0275] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Heath to General Mifflin: The enemy are making a very considerable movement from Long-Island to Montressor's Island. [1776-09-10] . [S5-V2-p0275] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General McDougall to General Heath: Early this morning about one thousand of the enemy landed on Montressor's Island. [1776-09-10] . [S5-V2-p0275] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Swartwout to New-York Convention: Relative to appointments in his Regiment. [1776-09-10] . [S5-V2-p0276] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General James Clinton to General Washington: Is busy in fortifying the posts in the Highlands as fast as possible. [1776-09-10] . [S5-V2-p0276] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Sept 10, Order from New-York Committee of Safety to John Schenck, to procure articles for the use of garrisons of Forts Montgomery and Constitution. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0678] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-York Committee of Safety to General Ten Broeck: Officers now on duty not to be changed unless removed by the fate of war. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0679] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition of Guisbert Schenck, as to the statemesnts and declarations of William Warne. [1776-09-10] . [S5-V2-p0679] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition of Abraham W. D Peyster: The information he had that Joseph Reade, late of the city of New-York, Attorney-at-Law, was reputed a great Tory. [1776-09-10] . [S5-V2-p0680] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-York Committee of Safety to the Committee of Westchester, requesting inquiry into the conduct of Joseph Reade. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0680] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-York Committee of Safety to the Committee of Westchester of Saferty to Ebenezer Hazard. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0680] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition of Roeloff Schenck, of the inimical conduct of William Warne. [1776-09-10] . [S5-V2-p0681] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition of Theodorus Van Wyck, Jun: Declarations of William Warne. [1776-09-10] . [S5-V2-p0681] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition of Peter Horton, of what was told him by William Warne. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0682] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Rev. David Jones to General Gates. [1776-09-10] . [S5-V2-p0277] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Dr. Jonathan Potts to General Gates. [1776-09-10] . [S5-V2-p0277] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Gates to Captain Varick. [1776-09-10] . [S5-V2-p0277] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Gates to Colonel Cortlandt: Directing him to order Lieutenant-Colonel Brown to Ticonderoga, and if he offers to make any delay to put him instantly under arrest. and send him down tinder a guard. [1776-09-10] . [S5-V2-p0278] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Hartley to General Gates. [1776-09-10] . [S5-V2-p0278] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Trumbull to General Washington: On the temporary appointment of Militia officers. [1776-09-10] . [S5-V2-p0278] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Trumbull to General Schuyler: The sufferings of the Army in the Northern Department last year make it necessary to offer a double bounty. [1776-09-10] . [S5-V2-p0279] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Trumbull to General Gates: The soldiery complained much for want of necessaries to the northward last year, it is evident a disinclination to the service that way will ensue, and the consequences are equally evident. [1776-09-10] . [S5-V2-p0280] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings of Connecticut Council of Safety. [1776-09-10] . [S5-V2-p0280] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Richard Law to Governour Trumbull. [1776-09-10] . [S5-V2-p0281] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Livingston to Governour Trumbull: He has taken Colonel Abram Gardiner, who tendered the oath of allegiance to the inhabitants of South and East-hampton. The whole attention of the enemy seems bent on New, York. [1776-09-10] . [S5-V2-p0281] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Davis to General Washington: Has arrived at Norwich after a long detention in getting up the Sound by reason of the enemy and contrary winds, thinks it not prudent to proceed any farther by water, and is making preparations to go by land with all possible expedition. [1776-09-10] . [S5-V2-p0282] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Commodore Hopkins to the Marine Committee: The whole attention of merchants and seamen seems to be on privateering, through the whole New-England Colonies, any small carriage guns will now sell at the extraordinary price of four hundred dollars per ton, were the Congress to give the same prize money as the privateers do, it would be a great deal easier to man the Continental vessels. [1776-09-10] . [S5-V2-p0282] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Thomas Harris, of Boston, for a supply of powder for the privateer schooner America. [1776-09-09] . [S5-V2-p0761] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Nathaniel Leech and others, of Marblehead, for a commission for the sloop Polly, said sloop is designed to cruise against the enemies of these United States. [1776-09-10] . [S5-V2-p0758] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Jedediah Preble and Jeremiah Colburn, of Penobscot, in behalf of themselves and inhabitants adjacent. [1776-09-10] . [S5-V2-p0758] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Shubael Cottle, in behalf of the captors of the English schooner Volante. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0758] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Sept. 10, Petition of William Whiting, Tor remuneration for his services in the manufacture of saltpetre. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0759] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Silas Dearie to C. W. F. Duress: On securing the assistance of European Powers. [1776-09-11] . [S5-V2-p0283] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Articles of Agreement between Silas Dearie, Agent for the United Colonies of North America in France, and the Sieur Philippus-Charles John Baptist Tronson du Coudray, Adjutant-General of Artillery in the service of France. [1776-09-11] . [S5-V2-p0283] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Intelligence from Charlestown, South-Carolina: Departure of General Lee for the northward, capture of the ship Clarissa. [1776-09-11] . [S5-V2-p0285] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Order for all the officers, cadets, and soldiers of the Sixth Virginia Regiment to join their regiment immediately. [1776-09-11] . [S5-V2-p0285] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

A Declaration of Rights and Fundamental Rules of the Delaware State, formerly styled the Government of the Counties of New-Castle, Kent, and Sussex, upon Delaware. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0285] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

A Declaration of Rights and Fundamental Rules of the Delaware State, formerly styled the Government of the Counties of New-Castle, Kent, and Sussex, upon Delaware. [1776-09-11] . [S5-V2-p0286] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings of Lancaster (Pennsylvania) Committee. [1776-09-11] . [S5-V2-p0287] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Edward Rutledge to General Washington: The conference with Lord Howe has been attended with no immediate advantages. [1776-09-11] . [S5-V2-p0287] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Speech of Governour Livingston to the Council and General Assembly of New-Jersey. [1776-09-11] . [S5-V2-p0288] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Speech of Governour Livingston to the Council and General Assembly of New-Jersey. [1776-10] . [S5-V2-p0289] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to the President of Congress: He did not approve the mode of negotiation pursued by Lord Howe. Is preparing to remove the Army from New-York. [1776-09-11] . [S5-V2-p0290] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders, Head-Quarters, New-York, September 9. [1776-09-09] . [S5-V2-p0290] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders, Head-Quarters, New-York, September 10. [1776-09-10] . [S5-V2-p0291] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders, Head-Quarters, New-York, September 11. [1776-09-11] . [S5-V2-p0291] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to General Mercer: The enemy is taking post on the Islands about Hell-Gate, so as to make a landing with the greater ease. [1776-09-11] . [S5-V2-p0292] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Order of General De Lancey to Colonel Fanning: Directing all the fat cattle and sheep that belong to people in Suffolk County who are in actual rebellion to be forced down for the refreshment of the King's troops. [1776-09-05] . [S5-V2-p0505] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Robert H. Harrison to General Heath. [1776-09-11] . [S5-V2-p0292] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Robert H. Harrison to General Gates. [1776-09-11] . [S5-V2-p0292] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from New-York Committee of Safety to Colonel Remsen: The Convention will make provision for the inhabitants who have lately quitted Long-Island. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0683] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Certificate of amount of powder made at Wisner's powder mill. [1776-09-11] . [S5-V2-p0293] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Certificate of amount of powder made at Wisner's powder mill. [1776-09-11] . [S5-V2-p0293] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to General Gates: He believes his countrymen will be astonished to find that he shall not only clearly exclude himself of all the infamous charges laid to him, but point out that they ought to be bestowed elsewhere. [1776-09-11] . [S5-V2-p0293] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Gates to General Schuyler. [1776-09-11] . [S5-V2-p0294] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Trumbull to General Washington: Introducing Major Backus. [1776-09-11] . [S5-V2-p0295] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Trumbull to General Washington: Introducing General Saltonstall. [1776-09-11] . [S5-V2-p0295] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings of Connecticut Council of Safety. [1776-09-11] . [S5-V2-p0295] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Livingston to General Washington: Account of his proceedings on the east end of Long-Island. [1776-09-11] . [S5-V2-p0295] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Return of Colonel Livingston's Regiment, September 12. [1776-09-12] . [S5-V2-p0296] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Livingston to Governour Trumbull: Relative to the arms taken from the Militia on Long-Island. [1776-09-11] . [S5-V2-p0296] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Livingston to Major Ely: Wishes him immediately to get in readiness his little detachment to proceed in conjunction with himself to Huntington, as nothing of consequence can be achieved short of that place. [1776-09-11] . [S5-V2-p0297] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders by the Selectmen of Boston relating to the small-pox. [1776-09-11] . [S5-V2-p0297] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resignation of B. T. B. Worthington, Charles Carroll and Samuel Chase, in Maryland Convention, in consequence of having received instructions to vote for measures in their opinion incompatible with good government. [1776-09-12] . [S5-V2-p0297] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Maryland Council of Safety to Messrs. Vanbibber and Harrison: It has been unlucky that so many outward bound vessels have miscarried, have been tolerable lucky in importations. [1776-09-12] . [S5-V2-p0297] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Maryland Council of Safety to Messrs. Vanbibber and Harrison: Enclosing invoice and bill of lading for twenty-five hogsheads tobacco, two hundred barrels superfine flour, and one hundred barrels bread, on account of the State. [1776-09-12] . [S5-V2-p0298] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Philip Thomas to Matthew Tilghman: The authority of the Convention is necessary for preventing desertion. [1776-09-12] . [S5-V2-p0298] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Board of War to General Washington: Informing that Generals Prescott and McDonald have been sent to him to be exchanged for General Sullivan and Lord Stifling. [1776-09-12] . [S5-V2-p0298] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Robert Gates to Colonel Stewart: Many remarkable things have happened in this part of the world, one thing in particular, that our troops should abandon Long-Island, in the language of the people, "We were out-generaled they were out-fought. [1776-09-11] . [S5-V2-p0299] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Robert H. Harrison to the President of Congress: By their several move-meats the enemy more strongly indicate their intention to land Somewhere about Harlem or Morrisiana most likely at both at the same time. [1776-09-12] . [S5-V2-p0299] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to the New-York Convention: The importance of the posts in the Highlands demands every exertion to maintain them, the situation of the sick gives hint great anxiety, the vessels for their removal are not yet arrived. [1776-09-12] . [S5-V2-p0299] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to General James Clinton. [1776-09-12] . [S5-V2-p0300] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to General Schuyler: Requests his assistance in furnishing every supply of boards and plank in his power. [1776-09-12] . [S5-V2-p0300] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Dr. Morgan to General Washington: In a circuit of fourteen miles in the County of Orange, he cannot find or hear of any suitable accommodations for more than about one hundred sick. [1776-09-12] . [S5-V2-p0301] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Stephen Moylan to Colonel Harrison. [1776-09-12] . [S5-V2-p0301] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Chester' to Captain Isham: Appointing him to take charge of the sick. [1776-09-12] . [S5-V2-p0301] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Commission from the New-York Convention to Johannes Snyder, appointing him Colonel of a Battalion to reinforce the garrison in Forts Montgomery and Constitution. [1776-09-07] . [S5-V2-p0686] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Ebenezer Hazard to Abraham Yates: Has no objections against the post riding on the east side of Hudson river, and crossing it at the Fishkill or New Windsor when it is his turn to ride on the west side. [1776-09-12] . [S5-V2-p0301] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to General Washington. [1776-09-12] . [S5-V2-p0302] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Gates to General Arnold: Cautions him to guard against the possibility of the enemy's possessing any narrow pass in his rear. [1776-09-12] . [S5-V2-p0302] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Major Shepardson to General Gates: Requesting a supply of ammunition for a detachment employed in repairing the road. [1776-09-12] . [S5-V2-p0303] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Simonds to General Gates: Has caused the Militia under his command to be on their march to Ticonderoga. [1776-09-12] . [S5-V2-p0303] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Trumbull to the Committee of Inspection of New Haven: Mentioning charges that have been made against Ralph Isaacs, and advising that he be called before the Committee. [1776-09-12] . [S5-V2-p0303] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Trumbull to Colonel Livingston: Directing him to furnish Captains Wright and Brewster with arms. [1776-09-12] . [S5-V2-p0304] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Trumbull to Colonel Livingston: A diversion on Long Island is decided to be impracticable, the only object there is the securing and bringing off the persons and effects of our friends. [1776-09-12] . [S5-V2-p0304] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Trumbull to Admiral Hopkins: Is persuaded that a naval expedition against the enemy's ships will clear the Sound, disappointing the enemy, and give great advantage to the American Army: the main difficulty which occurs is the manning this fleet. [1776-09-12] . [S5-V2-p0304] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings of Connecticut Council of Safety. [1776-09-12] . [S5-V2-p0305] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Livingston to Robert R. Livingston, Jun.: If he succeeds in the attempt he is going to make, he shall yet save Suffolk County. [1776-09-12] . [S5-V2-p0206] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Saltonstall to Governour Trumbull: Acknowledging appointment of Brigadier-General of the Militia ordered to march from Connecticut to aid General Washington, and giving information of the state of preparation. [1776-09-12] . [S5-V2-p0206] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Alexander Evans to Abraham Lott: Acquainting him of the loss of part of his cargo of salt, and his medicines. [1776-09-12] . [S5-V2-p0307] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Memorial of John Jones in behalf of the Committee for the town of Hopkington. [1776-09-12] . [S5-V2-p0764] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of William Jenkins, of the City of Bristol, in Great Britain, mariner, for permission to take passage for Great Britain or any other part of Europe. [1776-09-20] . [S5-V2-p0783] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Day of prayer appointed at Boston on account of the critical state of the military operations. [1776-09-12] . [S5-V2-p0307] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Two frigates have lately arrived at St. Domingo from France, to cruise off that Island and protect all American vessels within their limits. [1776-09-13] . [S5-V2-p0308] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Maryland Council of Safety to George Cooke: Informing him of his appointment to the command of the ship Defence. [1776-09-13] . [S5-V2-p0308] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Maryland Council of Safety to Benjamin Rumsey and James Tilghman: Requesting their attendance in the Council of Safety immediately. [1776-09-13] . [S5-V2-p0308] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings of Baltimore Committee. [1776-09-13] . [S5-V2-p0308] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings of Baltimore Committee. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0308] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings of Baltimore Committee. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0309] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Baltimore Committee to Maryland Council of Safety: Respecting the application of Job Green for permission for the departure of a schooner loaded with provisions. [1776-09-13] . [S5-V2-p0309] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Secret Committee of Congress to Maryland Council of Safety: Requesting them to supply four tons and a half of gun powder for the use of the Continental frigate built at Baltimore. [1776-09-13] . [S5-V2-p0310] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General George Clinton to New-York Convention: Sends William Treadwell and Mr. Ludlum to them for examination. [1776-09-13] . [S5-V2-p0310] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Westchester County Committee to the New-York Convention: Transmitting the examination of several prisoners. [1776-09-13] . [S5-V2-p0310] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petitions of Henry Chase and others, to the New-York Convention. [1776-09-13] . [S5-V2-p0694] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petitions of Henry Chase and others, to the New-York Convention. [1776-09-13] . [S5-V2-p0694] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petitions of Henry Chase and others, to the New-York Convention. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0695] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Cornelius Glenn to Abraham Yates, Jun.: Asks his opinion whether the annual election of the Treasurer must proceed in the usual, mode. [1776-09-13] . [S5-V2-p0311] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from H. Glen to Walter Livingston. [1776-09-13] . [S5-V2-p0311] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Livingston to Colonel Samuel Colt: Requests him either to return the arms which he had delivered him, or give a proper receipt for them. [1776-09-14] . [S5-V2-p0311] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Order from Governour Trumbull to Colonel Livingston to deliver a number of arms to Colonel Samuel Coit. [1776-09-13] . [S5-V2-p0312] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Intelligence at New-London. [1776-09-13] . [S5-V2-p0312] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from William Bradford to Massachusetts Assembly: Desiring them to send forward as soon as possible the regiment of Militia which was to supply the place of the Continental battalion ordered from Newport to New-York. [1776-09-13] . [S5-V2-p0312] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Jeremiah Pewel to General Washington: The Assembly have ordered a fifth part of the Militia not already in the service to march with all possible despatch to his assistance. [1776-09-13] . [S5-V2-p0312] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolves of Massachusetts Assembly respecting draft of Militia to aid the Army at New-York. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0313] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Massachusetts Assembly to the President of Congress: Requesting Continental ships may be furnished for the protection of their coast. [1776-09-13] . [S5-V2-p0315] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Massachusetts Assembly to the President of Congress: Requesting Continental ships may be furnished for the protection of their coast. [1776-09-06] . [S5-V2-p0315] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Massachusetts Assembly to the President of Congress: Requesting Continental ships may be furnished for the protection of their coast. [1776-09-09] . [S5-V2-p0315] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Massachusetts Assembly to Governour Trumbull. [1776-09-13] . [S5-V2-p0315] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Massachusetts Council to Governour Cooke: They cannot consent to his request to permit Marines to be inlisted out of the troops in their pay. [1776-09-13] . [S5-V2-p0316] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Massachusetts Council to General Warren: Commanding him immediately to issue out his orders for one-fifth of the Militia to march to the aid of the Army at New-York. [1776-09-13] . [S5-V2-p0316] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Memorial of thomas Crafts. [1776-09-13] . [S5-V2-p0766] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from J. Lothrop to Richard Devens. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0317] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Clarke & Nightingale to Richard Devens: Enclosing bill of lading for twenty-one hogsheads of lime. [1776-09-13] . [S5-V2-p0317] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Clarke & Nightingale to Richard Devens: Enclosing bill of lading for twenty-one hogsheads of lime. [1776-09-09] . [S5-V2-p0317] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Joseph Josselyn to Richard Devens: Desiring him to send all the old shot or gun iron he can, to. make shot. [1776-09] . [S5-V2-p0317] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Joseph Josselyn to Richard Devens: Bill of shot, September 16. [1776-09-16] . [S5-V2-p0318] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Gilman to the New-Hampshire Assembly: Complains of having been superseded. [1776-09-13] . [S5-V2-p0318] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Virginia Council to their Delegates at Congress: Have issued commissions without date to the officers of the Ninth Battalion. [1776-09-14] . [S5-V2-p0319] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Board of War to General Washington. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0320] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

List of Field-Officers in the service of Virginia. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0320] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

List of officers in the First and Second Battalions of Virginia forces, while on Provincial establishment, with the date of their commissions. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0319] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

List of Captains and subaltern officers in the Virginia service, dates of commissions, etc., etc.. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0319] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Josiah Bartlett to Colonel Whipple: Interview of the Committee with Lord Howe, protection of Captain Wickes by the French forts in the harbour of St. Pierre. The affair of the Confederation rests at present. [1776-09-14] . [S5-V2-p0323] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Order from the Board of War for the French officers who have received commissions in the service of the States to repair immediately to their place of destination. [1776-09-14] . [S5-V2-p0324] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from John Adams to Mrs. Adams: The result of the interview with Lord Howe will do no disservice to us. [1776-09-14] . [S5-V2-p0324] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Arrival of the ship-of-war Reprisal, Captain Wickes, at Philadelphia. [1776-09-14] . [S5-V2-p0324] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Recantation of Nathan Hiland, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania. [1776-09-14] . [S5-V2-p0325] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extract of a letter from New-York: The enemy, from their different manoeuvres and great preparations, intend soon to strike a decisive blow. They have opened the courts of justice on Long-Island. [1776-09-14] . [S5-V2-p0325] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to the President of Congress: An attempt to maintain New-York would be attended with the most fatal consequences, he is now taking every method to remove the stores, etc., in which he finds almost insuperable difficulties. Recommends the pay of the nurses to be increased. [1776-09-14] . [S5-V2-p0325] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of General Greene and others, for a reconsideration of the proceedings of a Council of General Officers, respecting the evacuation of New-York, September 11. [1776-09-11] . [S5-V2-p0326] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Return of the Army in the service of the United States of America in and near the city of New-York, commanded by his Excellency George Washington, Esquire, General and Commander-in-Chief. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0327] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings of a Councilor General Officers, September. [1776-09-12] . [S5-V2-p0329] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders, Head-Quarters, New-York, September 12. [1776-09-12] . [S5-V2-p0330] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders, Head-Quarters, New-York, September 13. [1776-09-13] . [S5-V2-p0331] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders, Head-Quarters, New-York, September 14. [1776-09-14] . [S5-V2-p0331] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Return of General Fellow's Brigade, present and fit for duty. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0898] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Return of General Fellows's Brigade, present and fit for duty. [1776-09-14] . [S5-V2-p0332] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Certificate of Captain Hamilton in favour of William Douglass, a disabled soldier. [1776-09-14] . [S5-V2-p0332] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Ezekiel Cheever to General Gates. [1776-09-14] . [S5-V2-p0332] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Heath to Hugh Hughes: Ordering him immediately to engage and impress all the wagons and teams that he possibly can. [1776-09-14] . [S5-V2-p0332] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Captain Bayly to General Washington: Offers his resignation. [1776-09-14] . [S5-V2-p0333] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Gilbert Livingston to New-York Convention: They are preparing the chain, but more iron is wanted. [1776-09-14] . [S5-V2-p0333] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to the President of Congress: Resigns his commission, but does not by this step mean to elude an inquiry into his conduct. Has not the least doubt of the falsity of the reports that prevail to the prejudice of General Arnold. [1776-09-14] . [S5-V2-p0333] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to General Gates: Calumny has drove him to the necessity of resigning. [1776-09-14] . [S5-V2-p0334] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Richard Varick to General Washington: Resigns his commission of Captain. [1776-09-14] . [S5-V2-p0335] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Richard Varick to General Gates. [1776-09-14] . [S5-V2-p0335] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Cortlandt General Gates: Very sickly at Skenesborough, almost all the men down. [1776-09-14] . [S5-V2-p0335] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Pass for Antoine Gerouse. [1776-09-14] . [S5-V2-p0335] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Major Hoisington to General Gates: Reply to the reflection on the troops under his command. [1776-09-14] . [S5-V2-p0336] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Huntington to Governour Trumbull: Hopes to have strength to return to his place in the army in two or three weeks. [1776-09-14] . [S5-V2-p0336] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Christopher Leffingwell to Governour Trumbull: Has brought from Long island two hundred head cattle and about five hundred sheep, several families, furniture, provisions, etc.. [1776-09-14] . [S5-V2-p0336] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Livingston to Governour Trumbull: Would be glad to have the command of the detachment that were on Long-Island to act in conjunction with his. [1776-09-14] . [S5-V2-p0336] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from William Bradford, Deputy Governour of Rhode-Island, to the President of Congress. Every thing has been done to facilitate the march of the Continental battalion to New-York. Rhode-Island is much weakened by the number of privateers fitted out from it. [1776-09-14] . [S5-V2-p0337] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from William Bradford to General Washington. [1776-09-14] . [S5-V2-p0337] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Regimental Orders: Colonel Lippitt's Regiment to join the Continental Army at New-York. [1776-09-14] . [S5-V2-p0338] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Intelligence at Providence, Rhode-Island: Prizes. [1776-09-14] . [S5-V2-p0338] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders from Massachusetts Council of Captain Souther, commander of the brigantine Massachusetts. [1776-09-14] . [S5-V2-p0338] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Advertisement by .the Selectmen of Boston: According to present appearances the town will be free of infection from small-pox by Wednesday next. [1776-09-14] . [S5-V2-p0339] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

"Speculator" on County Conventions and Committees. [1776-09-14] . [S5-V2-p0339] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Benjamin Giles to Colonel Bellows: Orders to raise and equip fifty men from his regiment, and march them to New-York with all the despatch possible. [1776-09-14] . [S5-V2-p0340] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Juliana James, of Boston, widow. [1776-09-14] . [S5-V2-p0771] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders to Captain House. [1776-09-14] . [S5-V2-p0341] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders to Colonel Humphrey, for reinforcement in the Highlands. [1776-09-15] . [S5-V2-p0341] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to Abraham Yates, Junior: By intelligence from General Gates and Colonel Dayton, the necessity of marching up the Militia is superseded, has not been honoured with a line in answer to any of his letters to Congress for near two months. [1776-09-15] . [S5-V2-p0707] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to Governour Trumbull: Intends to publish a narrative in justification of his conduct. [1776-09-12] . [S5-V2-p0341] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Cortlandt to General Gates. [1776-09-15] . [S5-V2-p0342] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Gates to General Schuyler, praying him to strain every nerve to furnish a supply of naval stores, as it is of the greatest consequence to get the galleys down to General Arnold. [1776-09-15] . [S5-V2-p0343] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Gates to Colonel Symonds: There is no immediate necessity for the Militia coming forward at this time. [1776-09-15] . [S5-V2-p0343] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extract of a letter from Ticonderoga: Account of an attack by Indians upon a Sergeant and eighteen men. [1776-09-15] . [S5-V2-p0435] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Representation by the Officers of Colonel Winds' Regiment, of the conduct of Lieutenant Lewis Johnston Costigan, and request that he may be superseded. [1776-09-15] . [S5-V2-p0344] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Arnold to General Gates. [1776-09-15] . [S5-V2-p0531] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Trumbull to Colonel Henry B. Livingston: Informs him that the command of the detachment on Long-Island devolves on him. [1776-09-15] . [S5-V2-p0344] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Henry B. Livingston to Governour Trumbull: A most infamous abettor of the Ministry is just now brought in--one Zeb Howell. [1776-09-15] . [S5-V2-p0344] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Livingston to Governour Trumbull, enclosing an intercepted letter from Obadiah Jones to Uriah Rogers, dated Southampton, September 13. [1776-09-13] . [S5-V2-p0345] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Livingston to Governour Trumbull, enclosing an intercepted letter from Obadiah Jones to Uriah Rogers, dated Southampton, September 13. [1776-09-15] . [S5-V2-p0345] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Intelligence at Watertown: Prizes. [1776-09-23] . [S5-V2-p0346] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Affair at Wilmington Island. [1776-10-02] . [S5-V2-p0346] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Dorsey to the Maryland Council of Safety. [1776-09-16] . [S5-V2-p0347] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Tyler to Maryland Council of Safety: Is afraid a company cannot be made up to reinforce the American Army at New-York, there is a great backwardness in our young men. [1776-09-16] . [S5-V2-p0347] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings of the Baltimore Committee. [1776-09-16] . [S5-V2-p0347] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the President of Congress to General Washington. [1776-09-16] . [S5-V2-p0348] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the President of Congress to Joseph Trumbull: It is the expectation that a resolution which has been passed will remove his difficulties. [1776-09-16] . [S5-V2-p0348] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Board of War to General Washington. [1776-09-16] . [S5-V2-p0348] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of the Second Lieutenants of the First Virginia Regiment to the Continental Congress. [1776-09-14] . [S5-V2-p0348] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Memorial of the First Lieutenants of the Third Virginia Regiment to General Washington. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0349] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Richard Henry Lee to Samuel Purviance, Jun.: As it is 'not probable that the frigates will sail in fleets for some time, no higher appointment than that of Captain will soon take place, Captain Nicholson should hasten on the frigate V irginia as much as possible. [1776-09-16] . [S5-V2-p0350] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Josiah Bartlett to John Langdon: The Secret Committee are in want of proper goods to export to an European market. [1776-09-16] . [S5-V2-p0350] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Richard Dallam to John Hancock. [1776-09-16] . [S5-V2-p0350] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Lieutenant Clark to General Washington: Resigns his commission. [1776-09-16] . [S5-V2-p0366] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Jno. Clark, Jun. to General Washington. [1776-09-16] . [S5-V3-p0892] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Edward Hand. [1776-09] . [S5-V3-p0892] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extract of a letter from Amboy, New-Jersey: Injuries done by the troops stationed there. [1776-09-16] . [S5-V2-p0350] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Lieutenant Clark to General Washington: Resigns his commission. [1776-09-16] . [S5-V2-p0351] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Hand to General Washington: Recommends William Patten for the appointment of Lieutenant. [1776-09-16] . [S5-V2-p0352] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Joseph trumbull to the New-York Convention: Our troops evacuated New-York to the enemy yesterday, in the retreat had been obliged to leave behind large quantities of flour. [1776-09-16] . [S5-V2-p0699] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from John White to Captain Platt: Desertion has arrived to such a pitch among the troops in Dutchess County, that he fears, if not timely remedied, the Army will be reduced to a mere shadow. [1776-09-16] . [S5-V2-p0352] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Albany Committee to the Deputies of Albany County, in the Convention of New-York: On the ill-treatment General Schuyler has received, and the inattention paid to his remonstrances to Congress. [1776-09-15] . [S5-V2-p0708] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to General Washington, enclosing copies of sundry letters. [1776-09-16] . [S5-V2-p0352] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to General Washington, enclosing copies of sundry letters. [1776-09-06] . [S5-V2-p0353] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to General Washington, enclosing copies of sundry letters. [1776-09-07] . [S5-V2-p0353] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to General Gates: Advises him, as he will soon command in the Northern Department, to open a correspondence with Governour Trumbull. [1776-09-08] . [S5-V2-p0354] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to General Gates: Advises him, as he will soon command in the Northern Department, to open a correspondence with Governour Trumbull. [1776-09-11] . [S5-V2-p0355] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Arnold to General Gates. [1776-09-16] . [S5-V2-p0355] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Arnold to General Gates. [1776-09-16] . [S5-V2-p0532] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Examination of Sergeant Day. [1776-09-31] . [S5-V2-p0532] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Examination of Antione Girard, a Canadian. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0533] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Van Schaick to the President of Congress: Recommends Mr. Leonard Gansevoort, Jun., to be paymaster to his regiment. [1776-09-15] . [S5-V2-p0355] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Jacob Cuyler to the New-York Convention: Has conferred with General Schuyler on the matters committed to him by the Convention. [1776-09-16] . [S5-V2-p0356] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Gates to Governour Trumbull: The sickness at Skenesborough is not owing to the want of provisions, but to the natural unwholesomeness of the place. [1776-09-16] . [S5-V2-p0356] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Ensign Webster to General Gates: His report of a scout down the Lake. [1776-09-16] . [S5-V2-p0356] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Trumbull to General Washington: Asks that two hundred seamen may be inlisted out of the Connecticut Militia in the Army to man the vessels on the Lakes. [1776-08-16] . [S5-V2-p0357] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Notice of the return of the Norwich Light Infantry Company from Long-Island, where they had assisted a number of the inhabitants. to remove from the Island. [1776-09-16] . [S5-V2-p0357] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Messrs. Clark & Nightingale to New-York Convention: Communicating the case of the brigantine Temple, and asking whether it is advisable to libel her or no. [1776-09-16] . [S5-V2-p0357] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Messrs. Clark & Nightingale to New-York Convention: Communicating the case of the brigantine Temple, and asking whether it is advisable to libel her or no. [1776-09-28] . [S5-V2-p0357] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Intelligence from Europe. Escape of Ameri canprisoners from Halifax. Prizes. [1776-09-16] . [S5-V2-p0358] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Aaron Hobart to Richard Devens. [1776-09-16] . [S5-V2-p0359] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Aaron Hobart to Richard Devens. [1776-06-10] . [S5-V2-p0359] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Roberts Campbell's statement of his grievances. [1776-09-16] . [S5-V2-p0771] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petiton of the Committee of the town of Cambridge. [1776-09-17] . [S5-V2-p0774] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

List of prizes lately taken and carried into the West-Indies, by some of the Ministerial pirates. [1776-09-16] . [S5-V2-p0359] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders for Colonel Bellows, countermanding his orders of yesterday for raising men for the Army at New-York. [1776-09-16] . [S5-V2-p0360] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders to Colonel John Langdon. [1776-09-16] . [S5-V2-p0360] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders to Colonel John Langdon. [1776-09-28] . [S5-V2-p0361] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

September 23. [1776-09-23] . [S5-V2-p0361] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Stephen Evans to Mesheck Weare. [1776-09-16] . [S5-V2-p0340] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders for Captain Parker, to guard the battery on Seavey's Island. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0361] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from St]as Deane to Robert Morris: Will send in October clothing for twenty thousand men, and a large quantity of cannon' and stores. A general war in Europe is at hand. [1776-09-17] . [S5-V2-p0361] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Hague to a gentleman in London: Sir Joseph Yorke has applied to the States of Holland to forbid the Americans entering their ports in the West-Indies. [1776-09-17] . [S5-V2-p0361] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Advertisement of deserters from Captain Cabell's company, Sixth Virginia Regiment. [1776-09-17] . [S5-V2-p0362] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Stainston to Maryland Council of Safety: Prays that a Court-Martial may be appointed for the trial of Captain Fauntleroy. [1776-09-17] . [S5-V2-p0362] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Alexander M'Fadon to Maryland Council of Safety: Stating what preparations he has made for the weaving business, manfacturing linen he has brought to greater perfection than has ever before been done in the Province. [1776-09-17] . [S5-V2-p0363] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Buchanan to Maryland Council of Safety: Officers have been nominated for two companies of Militia to march immediately for New-York. [1776-09-17] . [S5-V2-p0364] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Joseph Hewes to Samuel Purviance. [1776-09-17] . [S5-V2-p0499] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report of Committee Appointed by Congress to Confer with Lord Howe. [1776-09-17] . [S5-V2-p1342] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Plan of a Treaty with France. [1776-09-17] . [S5-V2-p0000] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Philadelphia Committee dissolved. [1776-09-17] . [S5-V2-p0362] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of Acts. [1776-09-25] . [S5-V2-p0365] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings of Lancaster (Pennsylvania) Committee. [1776-09-17] . [S5-V2-p0365] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Affidavit of Elizabeth Franklin, declaring that she has no knowledge at all of the books or papers of the Council of New-Jersey. [1776-09-17] . [S5-V2-p0367] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Mercer to General Washington: The Militia of Pennsylvania and New-Jersey, stationed on Bergen and at Paulus Hook, have behaved in a scandalous manner, at all the posts it is difficult to keep the Militia to their duty. [1776-09-17] . [S5-V2-p0367] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to Governour Cooke. [1776-09-17] . [S5-V2-p0367] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Greene to Governour Cooke: The operations of the campaign will have no effect on Rhode-Island, as it will be impossible for the enemy to detach any part of the Army, while the American Army is able to make any stand. [1776-09-17] . [S5-V2-p0369] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extract of a letter from Head-Quarters to a gentleman in Annapolis: Shall give the enemy a genteel drubbing in case the Yankees will fight with as much spirit as the Southern troops. [1776-09-17] . [S5-V2-p0370] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extract of a letter from a General Officer who was present at the action on the 16th of September. [1776-09-23] . [S5-V2-p0371] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-York Convention to Joseph Trumbull, Commissary-General: Enclose resolutions of the same date, relating to the purchase of flour. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0700] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Hugh Hughes to New-York Convention: Two Albany skippers have deserted the service without discharging their loading. [1776-09-17] . [S5-V2-p0373] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Thaddeus Crane to Major Joseph Benedict: In Westchester County, New-York, important measures are obstructed by the Tortes. [1776-09-17] . [S5-V2-p0373] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Quorum to represent Dutchess County (New-York) in Convention reduced from five to three. [1776-09-17] . [S5-V2-p0373] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to General Gates: The cordage will be forwarded in wagons the moment it arrives, with orders to procure fresh horses on the roads that he may receive it the soonest possible. [1776-09-17] . [S5-V2-p0374] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition from New-Haven to the Governour, etc., of Connecticut: Praying that certain persons, enemies to America, may be removed to some interior part of the country. [1776-09-17] . [S5-V2-p0374] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Livingston to Governour Trumbull: Mr. Howel, accused of a capital crime, has been released on parole, this matter should be rectified, if wrong. [1776-09-17] . [S5-V2-p0375] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Livingston to Governour Trumbull: Mr. Howel, accused of a capital crime, has been released on parole, this matter should be rectified, if wrong. [1776-09-14] . [S5-V2-p0376] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Providence (Rhode-Island) Town Meeting: Bounty of six pounds voted to each volunteer in the battalion of Militia ordered for New-York. [1776-09-17] . [S5-V2-p0376] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Massachusetts Assembly to William Bradford: The most vigorous exertions are making to detach as large a number of Militia as possible to New-York, with the utmost expedition. [1776-09-17] . [S5-V2-p0376] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Massachusetts Council to General Warren: Ordering him to send men to convey sixty whale boats to New-York. [1776-09-17] . [S5-V2-p0376] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Massachusetts Council to Generals Farley and Prescott, to hold themselves in readiness to march with the Militia to New-York. [1776-09-17] . [S5-V2-p0377] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extract of a letter from Cape Nicola Mole: The French there, to a man, are in favour of America. [1776-09-18] . [S5-V2-p0377] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Captain Fulford's Company of Maryland Artillery, for an increase of pay. [1776-09-18] . [S5-V2-p0363] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Captain Fulford's Company of Maryland Artillery, for an increase of pay. [1776-09-18] . [S5-V2-p0377] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Prizes taken by the Continental brig Andrew Doria. [1776-09-08] . [S5-V2-p0378] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extract of a letter from Vice-Admiral Lord Viscount Howe to Mr. Stevens, dated Eagle, New-York River: Operations of the English ships at New-York. [1776-09-18] . [S5-V2-p0379] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Howe to Germaine. [1776-09-23] . [S5-V2-p0380] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to the President of Congress: Account of the action near the plains of Harlem. [1776-09-18] . [S5-V2-p0380] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders: Head-Quarters at Harlem Heights, September 15. [1776-09-15] . [S5-V2-p0381] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders: Head-Quarters at Harlem Heights, September 16. [1776-09-16] . [S5-V2-p0381] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders: Head-Quarters at Harlem Heights, September 17. [1776-09-17] . [S5-V2-p0382] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders: Head-Quarters at Harlem Heights, September 18. [1776-09-18] . [S5-V2-p0382] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New York Convention to Joseph Hallett: Request him to take the most speedy measures for the condemnation and sale of the vessels and goods taken by Captain Rogers, of the sloop Montgomerie, and carried into the ports of New-England. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0702] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General George Clinton to Committee of New-York Convention: On the 15th, the enemy landed at Turtle Bay and immediately formed a line across the Island, most of our people were luckily north of it. [1776-09-18] . [S5-V2-p0383] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Major Benedict to Colonel Drake: The present near approach of the enemy has emboldened the Tories to a most intolerable degree. [1776-09-18] . [S5-V2-p0384] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from William Johnston: An attack by. the Indians apprehended in the State of New-York, on the Mohawk river. [1776-09-18] . [S5-V2-p0385] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Arnold to General Gates: Thinks the enemy will soon have a considerable naval force on the Lake, and makes no doubt of their soon paying him a visit. [1776-09-18] . [S5-V2-p0481] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from a Mate on a vessel on Lake Champlain to the New-York Convention. [1776-09-18] . [S5-V2-p0386] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings of Connecticut Council of Safety. [1776-09-18] . [S5-V2-p0386] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Major Carnes to General Gates. [1776-09-18] . [S5-V2-p0387] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Oliver Ellsworth to Governour Trumbull: The Commissaries' accounts for the year past remain yet unprepared to lay before the Continental Congress for adjustment. [1776-09-18] . [S5-V2-p0388] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extracts from the Journals of the Massachusetts Assembly, to enable the publick to judge whether Charles Goodrich was advertised as an enemy to his country injurious]y or not. [1776-09-18] . [S5-V2-p0388] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings of Providence (Rhode-Island) Town Meeting. [1776-09-18] . [S5-V2-p0389] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Lincoln to Massachusetts Council: Wishes to know whether, in the appointment of Brigade-Majors, he is to be confined to Militia officers. [1776-09-18] . [S5-V2-p0389] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Humble Petition of William Pascall, taken by the privateer sloop Revenge, for liberty to return to London, his native place. [1776-09-24] . [S5-V2-p0786] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Adam High and Thomas Lemmon for permission to return to their native home, London. [1776-09-24] . [S5-V2-p0786] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of John Beardwell Barnard, for leave to proceed in the first ship permitted to sail for England. [1776-09-24] . [S5-V2-p0788] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extract from Governour Pownall's celebrated speech in defence of the Americans in 1769. [1776-09-19] . [S5-V2-p0390] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

"Appius" to the Printer of the London Chronicle: Some of the late proceedings of the Americans have convinced him that their opposition is not dictated by true patriotism, but by a spirit of tyranny and despotism. [1776-09-216] . [S5-V2-p0391] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Speech of His Excellency John Rutledge, Esq., President and Commander-in-Chief in and over the State of South-Carolina, to the General Assembly. [1776-09-13] . [S5-V2-p0392] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Answer of the Legislative Council of South-Carolina to the Speech of President Rutledge. [1776-09-20] . [S5-V2-p0393] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Reply of President Rutledge to the Answer of the Legislative Council. [1776-09-20] . [S5-V2-p0394] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the General Assembly of South-Carolina to His Excellency John Rutledge, Esq., President and Commander-in-Chief of the State, September 20. [1776-09-20] . [S5-V2-p0394] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Answer of the President of South-Carolina to the Address of the General Assembly. [1776-09-21] . [S5-V2-p0395] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Moore to the President of Congress: Will march with all possible despatch to the reinforcement of the Army at New-York. [1776-09-19] . [S5-V2-p0395] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Officers of the Fourth Virginia Battalion to Adam Stephen, Esq., Brigadier General in the service of the United States of America, and Answer of General Stevens. [1776-09-19] . [S5-V2-p0395] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Officers of the Fourth Virginia Battalion to Adam Stephen, Esq., Brigadier General in the service of the United States of America, and Answer of General Stevens. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0395] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Travers to Maryland Council of Safety: Asks that a court-martial may be appointed on Lieutenant Willen and Ensign Todd. [1776-09-19] . [S5-V2-p0396] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Maryland Council of Safety to Colonel Sim. [1776-09-16] . [S5-V2-p0396] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Thomas Gantt to Maryland Council of Safety: Recommending Thomas N. Stockett to be appointed Assistant Surgeon. [1776-09-19] . [S5-V2-p0396] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Sim to the Maryland Council of Safety. [1776-09-19] . [S5-V2-p0396] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Speaker of the Assembly of New-Jersey to Richard Stockton, Delegate in Congress. [1776-09-19] . [S5-V2-p0365] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve of the Assembly. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0366] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

House of Assembly. [1776-09-19] . [S5-V2-p0366] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report of a Committee of the Council of New-Jersey, respecting a supply of ammunition and the pay of the Militia called into actual service. [1776-09-19] . [S5-V2-p0366] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

An act for the security of the Government of New-Jersey. [1776-09-19] . [S5-V2-p0397] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Declaration of Lord Howe and Sir William Howe. [1776-09-19] . [S5-V2-p0398] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Explanation of the Declaration of Lord Howe and Sir William Howe. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0398] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to the President of Congress. [1776-09-19] . [S5-V2-p0398] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to General Howe: Requests him to fix the time and place for tim exchange of General Sullivan and Lord Stirling. [1776-09-19] . [S5-V2-p0389] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to Commanding Officer of Massachusetts Militia: Requests that the Militia may be brought forward as expeditiously as they can. [1776-09-19] . [S5-V2-p0389] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to the Massachusetts Assembly: Giving an account of the most material events from the battle on Long- Island to the time of writing. [1776-09-19] . [S5-V2-p0399] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Joseph Trumbull to the President of Congress: Proposes that large quantities of salted beef and pork be put up, in the proper season, in different parts of the country, at the expense and for the benefit of the Continent. [1776-09-16] . [S5-V2-p0372] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Joseph Trumbull to the President of Congress: Has drawn for money for supplies of Continental troops in New-Jersey. [1776-09-19] . [S5-V2-p0372] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from John Hunter to John McKesson. [1776-09-19] . [S5-V2-p0401] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from John Thomas, Jun., to New-York Convention: Asking that provision may be made for the poor of Westchester County. [1776-09-19] . [S5-V2-p0401] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Robert and James Totten to New-York Convention. [1776-09-19] . [S5-V2-p0401] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Gates to General Arnold: Is much pleased with the disposition he has made with the fleet, is confident it is the best. [1776-09-19] . [S5-V2-p0402] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Barrett to General Gates: The party he has on the road and bridge are as expeditious as possible. [1776-09-19] . [S5-V2-p0402] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of the Officers of the schooner Diligent. [1776-09-20] . [S5-V2-p0780] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Thomas Buckmore, of Concord, Armourer. [1776-09-19] . [S5-V2-p0783] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Massachusetts Council to General Lincoln. [1776-09-19] . [S5-V2-p0402] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Captain Braithwaite, of the Hampden packet, dated Falmouth, England: Captures by the American privateer Rover. [1776-09-20] . [S5-V2-p0403] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extract of a letter from Captain Moore, late Commander of the Mary-and-James, dated on board the Hampden packet-boat, arrived at Falmouth: Was taken by a privateer called the Rover. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0403] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from A.J. Alexander to General Washington: Shall always look upon his acquaintance with General Washington as the greatest honour of his life. [1776-09-20] . [S5-V2-p0403] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Crawford to General Washington: Probability of an Indian war to the westward. [1776-09-20] . [S5-V2-p0404] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Arrival of vessels at Hampton, Virginia, with salt, etc.. [1776-09-20] . [S5-V2-p0404] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Wright to Maryland Council of Safety: Difficulties and disputes with regard to the election of Field-Officers. [1776-08-10] . [S5-V2-p0405] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Cumberland Dugan to Maryland Council of Safety: Offers a vessel for sale, and recommends the shipment of a cargo of bread and flour to Boston. [1776-09-20] . [S5-V2-p0406] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Jesse Hollingsworth to Maryland Council of Safety: Recommends the vessel offered for sale by Mr. Dugan. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0407] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Board of War to General Washington: Introducing four French gentlemen who have been commissioned by Congress. [1776-09-20] . [S5-V2-p0407] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Thomas Johnson, Jun., to Mary-land Council of Safety: Respecting seventy-four casks of powder. [1776-09-20] . [S5-V2-p0407] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Maryland Delegates in Congress to Council of Safety: Captain Watkins and his men are on very ill terms. [1776-09-20] . [S5-V2-p0407] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from William Williams to Governour Trumbull: A thorough repentance and reformation among the people will secure liberty and happiness to this and all succeeding generations. [1776-09-20] . [S5-V2-p0408] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Instructions to Captain Young, Commander of the sloop Independence. [1776-09-20] . [S5-V2-p0410] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Rules and Articles of War. [1776-09-20] . [S5-V2-p1363] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

An act to render certain bills of credit a legal tender in New-Jersey, and to prevent the counterfeiting of the same and other bills of credit, passed the 20th of September. [1776-09-20] . [S5-V2-p0411] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to the President of Congress: Necessity of an immediate provision for a new army, distress for want of clothing. [1776-09-20] . [S5-V2-p0412] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Names of those recommended to fill up the vacancies in Colonel Ward's Regiment. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0413] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders: Head-Quarters, at Harlem Heights, September 19. [1776-09-19] . [S5-V2-p0413] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders: Head-Quarters, at Harlem Heights, September 20. [1776-09-20] . [S5-V2-p0415] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to the New-York : Requests fire-ships may be sent down to near Fort Washington to be ready to act if the enemy comes up. [1776-09-20] . [S5-V2-p0713] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to Governour Trumbull: The enemy are recruiting a great number of men, and collecting large quantities of stock on Long-Island: General Clinton has been ordered to meet General Lincoln, to concert with him an expedition to the Island. [1776-09-20] . [S5-V2-p0416] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to General Schuyler: Believes Congress are convinced that there is no opposing a standing, well-disciplined army, but by one on the same plan. [1776-09-20] . [S5-V2-p0416] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Reed to the President of Congress: Introducing Mr. Bartholomew Van Heer. [1776-09-20] . [S5-V2-p0417] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Joseph Trumbull to General Gates: Congratulates him on the intended resignation of General Schuyler. [1776-09-20] . [S5-V2-p0417] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from New-York Convention to the President of Congress: Requesting the advance of a sum of money to enable them to pursue their exertions in the present emergencies of the Stale. [1776-09-20] . [S5-V2-p0417] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from New-York Convention to their Delegates in Congress: Are persuaded that General Schuyler's resignation will be highly prejudicial to the common cause of America. [1776-09-20] . [S5-V2-p0418] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolutions enclosed in the letter from the State of New-York. [1776-09-20] . [S5-V2-p0418] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolutions enclosed in the letter from the State of New-York. [1776-09-17] . [S5-V2-p0419] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolutions enclosed in the letter from the State of New-York. [1776-09-18] . [S5-V2-p0420] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolutions enclosed in the letter from the State of New-York. [1776-09-18] . [S5-V2-p0420] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to General Washington. [1776-09-20] . [S5-V2-p0420] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Gates to Major Hoisington. [1776-09-20] . [S5-V2-p0421] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Hartley to General Gates: Intelligence communicated by L. Potier, who had been taken prisoner by the Indians. [1776-09-20] . [S5-V2-p0421] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Trumbull to General Washington: The nine regiments of Foot and two of Horse have begun their march, requests a return may be made of all the Militia who have deserted, that proper measures may be taken with them. [1776-09-20] . [S5-V2-p0422] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Moses Seymour to Governour Trumbull: Acquitting himself of blame in the case of Mr. Mattews. [1776-09-20] . [S5-V2-p0558] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings of Connecticut Council of Safety. [1776-09-20] . [S5-V2-p0422] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Alexander Exuen to the New-York Congress: Loss of part of his cargo. [1776-09-20] . [S5-V2-p0422] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of John Frazier, for permission to depart from America. [1776-09-20] . [S5-V2-p0781] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Lyonel Bradstreet, for liberty to go from Boston to Great Britain. [1776-09-20] . [S5-V2-p0782] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of George Ashburn, for liberty to take passage for some port of England. [1776-09-20] . [S5-V2-p0782] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Sept. 20 Letter to Captain John Clouston, of the slop Freedom. [1776-09-20] . [S5-V2-p0782] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from John Hurd to Colonel Chase: Two additional ranging companies to be raised for the defence of the frontiers of New-Hampshire. [1776-09-10] . [S5-V2-p0423] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter received by a merchant in London from Paris: Lord Stormont exercised all his powers of intrigue and persuasion to prevent any negotiations between France and America. [1776-09-21] . [S5-V2-p0423] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Gadsden to John Lewis Gervais. [1776-09-21] . [S5-V2-p0424] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Roberts to John Lewis Gervais. [1776-09-21] . [S5-V2-p0424] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Delaware Convention to the Board of War: There are no prisoners of war in the State. [1776-09-21] . [S5-V2-p0424] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Delaware Convention to the President of Congress: One battalion has been ordered to be raised to be sent to the aid of the Army at New-York. [1776-09-21] . [S5-V2-p0425] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Secret Correspondence to William' Bingham: General state of publick affairs. [1776-09-21] . [S5-V2-p0425] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Marine Committee to Thomas Cushing: Continental frigate granted for the protection of the coast of Massachusetts. [1776-09-21] . [S5-V2-p0427] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Marine Committee to John Bradford: A Continental frigate, under the coinmand of Captain McNeill, will be fitted for sea immediately. [1776-09-21] . [S5-V2-p0428] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Marine Committee to Captain Thompson: With the frigate under his command he is ordered to join company with Captain McNeill. [1776-09-21] . [S5-V2-p0428] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Marine Committee to Captain Mc-Neill: In company with Captain Thompson he is to endeavour to drive the enemy off the coast. [1776-09-20] . [S5-V2-p0428] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Marine Committee to John Langdon. [1776-09-21] . [S5-V2-p0429] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Marine Committee to Captain Wickes: Desire him to get the Reprisal ready for sea with the utmost expedition for immediate service. [1776-09-21] . [S5-V2-p0429] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Samuel Chase to General Gates: Wishes he would inform him of his suspicions, and disclose the secret springs which he supposes have influenced men and measures in his department. [1776-09-21] . [S5-V2-p0430] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address to the People of Pennsylvania, on the Continental currency. [1776-09-21] . [S5-V2-p0430] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Postscript to the paper addressed to the People of Pennsylvania. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0432] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Remarks on the paper addressed to the People of Pennsylvania. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0432] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from George Peacock, a prisoner, to Richard Peter's: Wishes leave to go to Philadelphia on account of his health. [1776-09-21] . [S5-V2-p0437] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Sir William Howe to Lord George Germain: Has the satisfaction to inform his lordship of' his Majesty's troops being in possession of New-York. [1776-09-21] . [S5-V2-p0378] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Howe to General Washington: Proposes an exchange of prisoners. [1776-09-21] . [S5-V2-p0437] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Return of British Prisoners in the hands of the Americans, September 21. [1776-09-21] . [S5-V2-p0438] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Return of Prisoners sent by General Guy Carleton from Canada to New-York. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0438] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extract of a letter from Harlem: Last night there was a dreadful fire at New-York. [1776-09-21] . [S5-V2-p0439] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Grayson to General Heath. [1776-09-21] . [S5-V2-p0439] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders to Major Backus. [1776-09-21] . [S5-V2-p0439] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-York Convention to General Washington: Can send but two fire-ships, as they have no more charged in such a manner as to be depended on. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0713] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-York Convention to General Washington: Can send but two fire: ships, as they have no more charged in such a manner as to be depended on. [1776-09-21] . [S5-V2-p0439] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Lieutenant Whitcomb's journal on his scout from Ticonderoga to St. John's, August 20 to September 21. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0482] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Arnold to General Gates: The fleet have anchored in the Bay St. Amand, renews his request for more seamen and gunners. [1776-09-21] . [S5-V2-p0440] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Trumbull to the President of Congress: The Militia have been forwarded to New-York without delay. The mode of supporting the Army by Militia is a masure not to be depended on, there must be a durable Army or the consequences will be fatal. [1776-09-21] . [S5-V2-p0441] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Council of Massachusetts to General Gates: Colonel Reed's ill state of health is the reason of his absence from the Army. [1776-09-21] . [S5-V2-p0441] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Elnathan Bates to Richard Devens. [1776-09-21] . [S5-V2-p0442] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Babcock to Governour Cooke: Report of a conference with General Washington. [1776-09-21] . [S5-V2-p0442] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Prizes taken by the sloop Providence. [1776-11-1] . [S5-V2-p0658] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of John Brown, of England, taken prisoner by a New-York privateer, for a permit to go to London. [1776-09-24] . [S5-V2-p0789] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extract of a letter from John Adams to Mrs. Adams: The Congress have at last agreed upon a plan for forming a regular army, and a new set of articles of war are agreed on. [1776-09-22] . [S5-V2-p0443] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Reed to Mrs. Reed: Account of the engagement on the plains of Harlem. [1776-09-22] . [S5-V2-p0443] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Robert H. Harrison to General Heath: His Excellency has no objection to the attempt against Montresor's Island. [1776-09-22] . [S5-V2-p0445] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to John Augustine Washington: Retreat from Long-Island, and the subsequent movements of the Army. [1776-09-22] . [S5-V2-p0445] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to the President of Congress: Begs immediate attention to the absolute necessity of forming an article against plundering, marauding, and burning of houses. [1776-09-22] . [S5-V2-p0446] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders: Head-Quarters, at. Harlem Heights, September 21. [1776-09-21] . [S5-V2-p0447] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders: Head-Quarters, at. Harlem Heights, September 22. [1776-09-22] . [S5-V2-p0447] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Return of the Army in the service of the United States of America, at King's Bridge and its dependencies, commanded by his Excellency George Washington, Esquire, General and Commander-in-Chief, September 21, 1776. [1776-09-21] . [S5-V2-p0449] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Military dispatchLetter from Robert H. Harrison to General Heath: His Excellency wishes success to the expedition against Montresor's Island. [1776-09-22] . [S5-V2-p0451] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders to Colonel Jackson, for the expedition against Montresor's Island. [1776-09-22] . [S5-V2-p0452] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Representation of Abraham Lott to the New-York Convention. [1776-09-32] . [S5-V2-p0723] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Joseph Trumbull to the President of Congress: Has taken the necessary steps to put Commissary matters on a proper footing in the Northern district, and doubts not he shall succeed. [1776-09-22] . [S5-V2-p0453] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from William Duer to General Washington: Enclosing resolutions of New-York Convention of September 21, recommending strengthening the obstructions in the North River. [1776-09-22] . [S5-V2-p0453] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Walter Livingston to General Gates. [1776-09-22] . [S5-V2-p0453] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Dayton to General Schuyler. [1776-09-22] . [S4-V1-p0859] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Shuyler to General Gates. [1776-09-22] . [S5-V2-p0530] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extract of a letter from Ticonderoga: The Army is in good spirits, the season almost too far advanced to expect an attack. [1776-09-22] . [S5-V2-p0454] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from "Incognito" to Governour Trumbull: Complaining of the orders for the removal of the stock and inhabitants from the east end of Long-Island. [1776-09-22] . [S5-V2-p0454] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Commodore Hopkins to the Marine Committee: The frigates Hampden and Alfred will be ready for sea in a week or ten days, but it will be very difficult to man them, without the chance of prize money is made as good as they get in the privateers. [1776-09-22] . [S5-V2-p0454] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Commodore Hopkins to Governour Trumbull. [1776-09-22] . [S5-V2-p0455] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Robert Brown and John Moon, taken in the ship Rachel, bound to London, by the Tyrannicide, privateer. [1776-09-22] . [S5-V2-p0784] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Hugh Walker, Archibald Bog, and Robert Park, for permission to leave Massachusetts and go for Europe. [1776-08-28] . [S5-V2-p0790] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Arthur Lee to C. W. F. Duress: Characters of men prominent at the British Court. [1776-09-23] . [S5-V2-p0455] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Maryland Council of Safety to Colonel Rumsey. [1776-09-23] . [S5-V2-p0455] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Maryland Council of Safety to Colonel Hall. [1776-09-23] . [S5-V2-p0456] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Maryland Council of Safety to Thomas Ringgold. [1776-09-23] . [S5-V2-p0457] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Lieutenant Ezekiel Towson recommended as a fit person to command a guard. [1776-09-23] . [S5-V2-p0457] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Names and descriptions of Tortes who broke goal at Frederick-Town on the night of the 23rd of September. [1776-09-23] . [S5-V2-p0457] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Sim to Maryland Council of Safety: Resigns his commission. [1776-09-23] . [S5-V2-p0457] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Doctor Weisenthall to Maryland Council of Safety: Relative to delivering all the medicines, shop-furniture, instruments, etc., under his care, to Dr. Tootell. [1776-09-23] . [S5-V2-p0458] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Captain Cooke to Maryland Council of Safety: Is informed by Commodore Boucher that he was chased by the Fowey off the Capes. [1776-09-23] . [S5-V2-p0458] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings of the Baltimore Committee. [1776-09-23] . [S5-V2-p0458] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Robert Morris to John Jay: All Europe may very soon be involved in a war, by managing properly the apparent forwardness of France. [1776-09-23] . [S5-V2-p0459] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Josiah Bartlett to John Langdon: We want a regular well-disciplined army, and more experienced Generals. A regular standing army we must have, at all events, next year. [1776-09-23] . [S5-V2-p0459] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Joseph Cary and Jonathan Pierson to Richard Peters: Request that they may have either the liberty of a parole or liberty to depart from the Continent. [1776-09-23] . [S5-V2-p0460] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extract from a journal kept by the Chaplain of Colonel Durkee's Regiment. [1776-09-15] . [S5-V2-p0460] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Greene to General Washington: The enemy have taken possession of Paulus Hook. [1776-09-23] . [S5-V2-p0494] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Account of the fire in New-York on the morning of the 21st September. [1776-09-28] . [S5-V2-p0462] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Sir William Howe to Lord George Germain: Horrid attempt by a number of wretches to burn the town of New-York. [1776-09-23] . [S5-V2-p0698] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extract of a letter from New-York to a gentleman in London: Attempt by some villains to burn the city, to prevent the King's troops from having any benefit by it. [1776-09-23] . [S5-V2-p0463] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to the President of Congress: Fire in New-York, has not been informed how the accident happened. [1776-09-23] . [S5-V2-p0463] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to General Mercer: Directing him to have General Prescott in. readiness to be exchanged for General Sullivan. [1776-09-23] . [S5-V2-p0463] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to General Howe: On exchange and treatment of prisoners. [1776-09-23] . [S5-V2-p0464] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to Governour trumbull. [1776-09-23] . [S5-V2-p0465] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to New-York Convention. [1776-09-23] . [S5-V2-p0466] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings of a General Court-Martial of the Line, held on the Heights of Harlem, by order of General Washington, for the trial of all prisoners to be brought before them. [1776-09-23] . [S5-V2-p0467] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of New-Windsor to General James Clinton. [1776-09-23] . [S5-V2-p0832] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Pawling to New-York Convention: Desires that Mr. Joseph Crane may be appointed Surgeon to his regiment. [1776-09-23] . [S5-V2-p0469] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Joseph Trumbull, Commissary-General, to the New-York Convention. [1776-09-23] . [S5-V2-p0469] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to General Washington: For a supply of nails for General Gates. [1776-09-23] . [S5-V2-p0469] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to General Gates. [1776-09-23] . [S5-V2-p0469] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Gates to the President of Congress : His plan for recruiting the new army in the Northern Department. [1776-09-23] . [S4-V1-p0470] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders: Head-Quarters, Ticonderoga, September 3. [1776-09-03] . [S5-V2-p0471] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders: Head-Quarters, Ticonderoga, September 4. [1776-09-04] . [S5-V2-p0472] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders: Head-Quarters, Ticonderoga, September 5. [1776-09-05] . [S5-V2-p0472] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders: Head-Quarters, Ticonderoga, September 6. [1776-09-06] . [S5-V2-p0473] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders: Head-Quarters, Ticonderoga, September 7. [1776-09-07] . [S5-V2-p0474] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders: Head-Quarters, Ticonderoga, September 8. [1776-09-08] . [S5-V2-p0474] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders: Head-Quarters, Ticonderoga, September 9. [1776-09-09] . [S5-V2-p0475] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders: Head-Quarters, Ticonderoga, September 10. [1776-09-10] . [S5-V2-p0475] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders: Head-Quarters, Ticonderoga, September 11. [1776-09-11] . [S5-V2-p0475] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders: Head-Quarters, Ticonderoga, September 12. [1776-09-12] . [S5-V2-p0476] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders: Head-Quarters, Ticonderoga, September 13. [1776-09-13] . [S5-V2-p0476] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders: Head-Quarters, Ticonderoga, September 14. [1776-09-14] . [S5-V2-p0476] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders: Head-Quarters, Ticonderoga, September 15. [1776-09-15] . [S5-V2-p0476] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders: Head-Quarters, Ticonderoga, September 16. [1776-09-16] . [S5-V2-p0476] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders: Head-Quarters, Ticonderoga, September 17. [1776-09-17] . [S5-V2-p0477] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders: Head-Quarters, Ticonderoga, September 18. [1776-09-18] . [S5-V2-p0477] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders: Head-Quarters, Ticonderoga, September 19. [1776-09-19] . [S5-V2-p0728] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders: Head-Quarters, Ticonderoga, September 20. [1776-09-20] . [S5-V2-p0478] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders: Head-Quarters, Ticonderoga, September 21. [1776-09-21] . [S5-V2-p0478] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders: Head-Quarters, Ticonderoga, September 22. [1776-09-22] . [S5-V2-p0479] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders: Head-Quarters, Ticonderoga, September 23. [1776-09-23] . [S5-V2-p0479] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Return of the Forces of the United States of America, serving in the Northern Department under the command of the Honourable Major-General Gates, Ticonderoga, September 22. [1776-09-22] . [S5-V2-p0479] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Gates to General Schuyler: It is a lamentable case that the galleys must wait for cordage and for gun carriages to be completed. [1776-09-23] . [S5-V2-p0481] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Abstract of Lieutenant Benjamin Whitcomb's report. [1776-09-07] . [S5-V2-p0483] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Gates to General Arnold: Is labouring day and night to get the galleys to his assistance. [1776-09-23] . [S5-V2-p0484] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Christopher Pelissier, Engineer, to General Gates: His opinion on the best mode of strengthening the fortifications at Ticonderoga. [1776-09-23] . [S5-V2-p0484] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extract of a letter from Ticonderoga: Intelligence brought by. a Sergeant who deserted from the enemy. [1776-09-23] . [S5-V2-p0484] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

List of persons held up to view as enemies to their country. [1776-09-23] . [S5-V2-p0485] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Publication in the newspapers of an efficient mode of punishing Tortes, the halter and the gibbet is the only remedy that can with safety be relied on at present. [1776-09-02] . [S5-V2-p0485] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from William Bradford to General Washington: Application for exchange of seamen, prisoners. [1776-09-23] . [S5-V2-p0485] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Intelligence at Newport: Arrival of prizes. [1776-09-23] . [S5-V2-p0486] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Arrival at Newport of two of the men who were made prisoners at the attack on Quebeck. [1776-09-23] . [S5-V2-p0486] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from James Bowdoin: Transmitting resolve of the General Court of Massachusetts relative to the fitting for the- sea the Continental frigate the Hancock. [1776-09-23] . [S5-V2-p0486] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from James Bowdoin: Transmitting resolve of the General Court of Massachusetts relative to the fitting for the- sea the Continental frigate the Hancock. [1776-09-18] . [S5-V2-p0487] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Warren to Massachusetts Council: Confining the vessels belonging to the State to such narrow limits is very discouraging to all employed in services. [1776-09-23] . [S5-V2-p0487] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Peter Gourley, a captive, for permission to return to England, his native home. [1776-09-23] . [S5-V2-p0787] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Captain Cooke to Maryland Council of Safety: Loss of an anchor in Chesapeake Bay. [1776-09-24] . [S5-V2-p0487] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Captain Cooke to Commodore Boucher. [1776-09-24] . [S5-V2-p0488] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Captain Cooke to Maryland Council of Safety: Hopes to be at Sea by ten o'clock at night, where he makes no doubt but to provide the ship with as good an anchor as the one lost. [1776-09-24] . [S5-V2-p0488] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the President of Congress to General Washington: The Congress have come to the. Determination to augment the Army, and to engage the troops to serve during the continuance of the war. [1776-09-24] . [S5-V2-p0488] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the President of Congress to the Assemblies of the several States: Requesting that they will at once, and without a moment's delay, bend all their attention to raising their quotas of the American Army. [1776-09-24] . [S5-V2-p0489] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Benjamin Marshall and Brothers to the President of Congress: Requesting liberty to export pipe-staves, any quantity not exceeding twenty thousand. [1776-09-24] . [S5-V2-p0490] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Benjamin Fishbourn to Richard Peters: Soliciting the appointment of Paymaster to Colonel Wood's Battalion. [1776-09-24] . [S5-V2-p0490] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings of Lancaser (Pennsylvania) Committee. [1776-09-24] . [S5-V2-p0490] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of New-Jersey Assembly to Governour Livingston, and the reply of the Governour. [1776-09-24] . [S5-V2-p0491] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of New-Jersey Assembly to Governour Livingston, and the reply of the Governour. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0492] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Sir William Howe to Lord George Germain: Has taken possession of the batteries on Paulus Hook. [1776-09-24] . [S5-V2-p0492] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Return of Ordnance and Stores taken in the city of New-York, and in the adjacent batteries and redoubts, after the retreat of the Rebels, September 1776. [1776-09-15] . [S5-V2-p0493] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Tryon to Lord George Germain: Vacancy in the Council by the death of Lieutenant-Governour Colden, present state of the remaining eleven. [1776-09-24] . [S5-V2-p0493] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Tryon to Lord George Germain: New-York set on fire by incendiaries, many circumstances lead to conjecture that Mr. Washington was privy to this villainous act. [1776-09-24] . [S5-V2-p0493] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to the President of Congress. [1776-09-24] . [S5-V2-p0494] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to the President of Congress: His thoughts on the formation of the new Army and other important matters. [1776-09-24] . [S5-V2-p0495] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings of a General Court-Martial of the line, heM at Harlem, September 19: Trial of Ensign Macumber and Ebenezer Leffingwell. [1776-09-24] . [S5-V2-p0498] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings of a General Court-Martial of the line, heM at Harlem, September 19: Trial of Ensign Macumber and Ebenezer Leffingwell. [1776-09-21] . [S5-V2-p0500] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders: Head-Quarters, at Harlem Heights, September 23. [1776-09-23] . [S5-V2-p0501] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders: Head-Quarters, at Harlem Heights, September 24. [1776-09-24] . [S5-V2-p0501] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Tench Tilghman to William Duer: Hears that our forces were obliged to abandon Powle's Hook yesterday evening. [1776-09-24] . [S5-V2-p0721] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Benjamin Depuy to New-York Convention: Alarm at Cosechton and neighbourhood, from fear of an attack by disaffected persons and Indians. [1776-09-24] . [S5-V2-p0502] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from John Sloss Hobart to the New-York Convention: Conference with General Washington respecting sending a reinforcement to the Highlands and the exchange of General Woodhull. Fire in New-York. [1776-09-25] . [S5-V2-p0503] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Hartley to General Gates: Attack on Crown-Point expected, a thousand men without artillery can do no injury. [1776-09-24] . [S5-V2-p0504] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Henry B. Livingston to General Washington: Is told that a reward of five hundred pounds is offered for his head by General De Lancey, is in great hopes of being even with him soon. [1776-09-24] . [S5-V2-p0504] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Account of the proceedings at Brook-Haven, on Long-Island. [1776-09-24] . [S5-V2-p0506] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Massachusetts Council to General Washington: General Lincoln has been appointed to the command of the Militia drafted to reinforce the Army at New-York. [1776-09-24] . [S5-V2-p0506] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from John Torrey to Massachusetts Council: Apprehension of Benjamin Marston and Gideon White, refugees. [1776-09-24] . [S5-V2-p0507] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Massachusetts Council to Governour Trumbull: Have ordered the battalion of Militia destined for Rhode-Island to proceed with all possible despatch. [1776-09-24] . [S5-V2-p0507] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from New-Hampshire Committee of Safety to President of Congress: The thousand men raised to aid the Army at New-York are beginning their march. [1776-09-24] . [S5-V2-p0507] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from New-Hampshire Committee of Safety to General Washington. [1776-09-24] . [S5-V2-p0508] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from New-Hampshire Committee of Safety to General Ward. [1776-09-24] . [S5-V2-p0508] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition to New-Hampshire Committee of Safety for the appointment of Lieutenant Perkins to a Captaincy. [1776-09-24] . [S5-V2-p0508] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Memorial of the Committee of Safety for the County of Sunbury in Nova Scotia: The Inhabitants wish to be considered as a part of the Free States of America. [1776-09-27] . [S5-V2-p0785] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of John Rowe for a Commission for the sloop Phoenix. [1776-09-24] . [S5-V2-p0787] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Samuel Webb and others, for a Commission for the schooner Liberty. [1776-09-24] . [S5-V2-p0787] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Daniel Donnovan and others in captivity, for liberty to take passage for some part of Europe. [1776-09-24] . [S5-V2-p0788] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of John Emmes, taken and brought into Boston by the Yankee, privateer. [1776-09-24] . [S5-V2-p0788] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of John Rowe, of Boston, for a supply of powder for the sloop Phoenix. [1776-09-24] . [S5-V2-p0789] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of John Stalker, for liberty to return to England. [1776-09-24] . [S5-V2-p0789] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Captain William Brown, for a commission for the privateer frigate-ship, the Boston. [1776-09-24] . [S5-V2-p0790] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Form of Bond Given by Agents for Captures. [1776-09-24] . [S5-V2-p0790] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter froth Colonel Bayley to Colonel Hard: Intelligence from Canada, brought by Sergeant Daniel Booth, a deserter. [1776-09-24] . [S5-V2-p0508] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from M. Champigny, at Nantz, to the Continental Congress: Can engage five hundred artificers at a thousand French crowns each, to establish manufactories of arms, etc., in America. [1776-09-25] . [S5-V2-p0509] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Maryland Council of Safety to Captain Nicholson: Repeating t.heir request for a speedy settlement of his accounts. [1776-09-25] . [S5-V2-p0509] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Maryland Council of Safety to Messrs. Willing and Morris: reminding them of their engagement with the State for the supplying of arms and gunpowder. [1776-09-25] . [S5-V2-p0510] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Maryland Council of Safety to the Secret Committee of Congress: Grant a ton of powder, and complain of having been refused fourteen pieces of canvas, they are equipping sixteen armed vessels. [1776-09-25] . [S5-V2-p0510] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Dr. Ze. [1776-09-25] . [S5-V2-p0510] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Caesar Rodney to Thomas Rodhey. [1776-09-25] . [S5-V2-p0510] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Jonathan Smith to the President of Congress: Resigning his commission of Deputy Mustermaster-General .for the Flying-Camp and Militia. [1776-09-25] . [S5-V2-p0511] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Shee to the President of Congress: Resigning his commission. [1776-09-25] . [S5-V2-p0511] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Commissioners for Indian Affairs to Committee of Congress. [1776-09-25] . [S5-V2-p0511] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report of William Wilson to the Commissioners for Indian Affairs. [1776-09-26] . [S5-V2-p0514] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Sir William Howe to Lord George Germain: Has not the smallest prospect of finishing the contest this campaign, not until the Rebels see preparations in the spring that may preclude all thoughts of further resistance. [1776-09-25] . [S5-V2-p0518] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extract of a letter received in London from Mr. James Drewitt, on board the Mercury frigate at New-York. [1776-09-25] . [S5-V2-p0519] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to the President of Congress, Increased pay of the Officers, proposed by General Washington, enclosed in his letter of the 25th September. [1776-09-25] . [S5-V2-p0519] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to the President of Congress, Increased pay of the Officers, proposed by General Washington, enclosed in his letter of the 25th September. [1776-09-21] . [S5-V2-p0520] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to the President of Congress, Increased pay of the Officers, proposed by General Washington, enclosed in his letter of the 25th September. [1776-09-23] . [S5-V2-p0521] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Return of American prisoners taken on the Island of New-York, 15th and' 16th of September. [1776-09-15] . [S5-V2-p0522] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Return of prisoners sent by General Guy Carleton from Canada to New-York. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0522] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Tench Tilghman to William Duet: Unsuccessful attempt on Montresor's Island. [1776-09-25] . [S5-V2-p0523] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Foot Note. [1776-09-22] . [S5-V2-p0523] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extract of a letter from an officer at Harlem: Attack on Montresor's Island. [1776-09-25] . [S5-V2-p0524] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Captain Dumond in John McKesson. [1776-09-25] . [S5-V2-p0524] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Memorial of Cornelius Atherton, praying to be exempted from military duty that he may be enabled to fulfil his contract for making muskets. [1776-09-25] . [S5-V2-p0719] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to the President of Congress: Requests to be permitted to defend his conduct, and to point out other causes of the miscarriages in 'Canada besides those taken notice of in the resolutions of the 30th July. [1776-09-25] . [S5-V2-p0525] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to General Washington: Hopes the resolution of Congress of the 14th September was not meant to insult him. [1776-09-25] . [S5-V2-p0525] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

September 25. [1776-09-25] . [S5-V2-p0526] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

In General Conventon, New-Hampshire Grants, September 25. [1776-09-25] . [S5-V2-p0527] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

In Convention of Fifty-Six Representatives from the several Counties and Towns of the New-Hampshire Grants. [1776-09-25] . [S5-V2-p0527] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extracts of Minutes of the General Convention, New-Hampshire Grants. [1776-09-25] . [S5-V2-p0527] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extracts of the Votes and Proceedings of General Convention. [1776-09-25] . [S5-V2-p0528] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from H. Glen to General Schuyler: Every thing to the westward is in good order, there is a good stock of provisions at Fort Stanwix, German Flats, and Johnstown. [1776-09-25] . [S5-V2-p0534] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Hay to Captain Raymond: Directing to survey the road from Mount Independence to Otter Creek, and ascertain whether the party making it has been sufficiently diligent. [1776-09-25] . [S5-V2-p0534] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Hartley to General St. Clair: Is informed every day that hundreds. Of savages watch the fleets, and take every opportunity, in company with the Regulars, to annoy them. [1776-09-25] . [S5-V2-p0534] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Notice to all persons in Connecticut who have any demands for services in the Northern Department to present their accounts to the Commissioners, at Albany. [1776-09-25] . [S5-V2-p0535] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Trumbull to General Schuyler: Begs him to suspend awhile the publication of the narrative in vindication of his conduct. [1776-09-25] . [S5-V2-p0535] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Trumbull to General Gates. [1776-09-25] . [S5-V2-p0536] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Trumbull to his son, John Trumbull. [1776-09-15] . [S5-V2-p0536] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Thaddeus Burr to General Washington: Disposition of the prisoners of war sent by General Heath. [1776-09-25] . [S5-V2-p0537] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition of Elisha Cole, Master of the schooner Triton, captured by the Millford man-of-war. [1776-09-25] . [S5-V2-p0538] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Captain Jackson to John Avery. [1776-09-25] . [S5-V2-p0538] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Massachusetts Council to Governour Cooke: The General Court have ordered sixty whale-boats to be procured for the use of the expedition to Long-Island. [1776-09-25] . [S5-V2-p0538] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Alexander Coffin to Massachusetts Council: Particulars of his voyage from Nantucket to London, and from thence to the West-Indies and Nantucket, and of his seizure by the Congress privateer. [1776-09-25] . [S5-V2-p0539] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Order of Massachusetts Council for Procuring Cannon for the Ship Boston. [1776-09-25] . [S5-V2-p0791] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of William Nickols, for a commission for the schooner Independence. [1776-09-25] . [S5-V2-p0791] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Charles Reid, for permission to go to England. [1776-09-25] . [S5-V2-p0791] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Alexander Tough and Thomas Mahony, for permission to go home to England. [1776-09-25] . [S5-V2-p0792] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Permission for the Ship William, with her passengers, to sail for England. [1776-09-26] . [S5-V2-p0792] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Juntas Kennedy, for liberty to go to England. [1776-09-25] . [S5-V2-p0797] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Ships loading at Natz with military stores for America. [1776-09-26] . [S5-V2-p0540] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Advices from the southwest frontier: Colonel Christian on his march against the Cherokees. [1776-09-26] . [S5-V2-p0540] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Benjamin Harrison, Jun., Deputy Paymaster-General, to the President of Congress: The payments he has to make immediately will leave his office without money. [1776-09-26] . [S5-V2-p0540] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Maryland Council of Safety to Baltimore Committee. [1776-09-26] . [S5-V2-p0541] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Maryland Council of Safety to Delegates in Congress. [1776-09-26] . [S5-V2-p0541] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Hollingsworth to Maryland Council of Safety. [1776-09-26] . [S5-V2-p0542] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Last proceedings of Pennsylvania Assembly, September 23. [1776-09-23] . [S5-V2-p0542] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Last proceedings of Pennsylvania Assembly, September 24. [1776-09-24] . [S5-V2-p0542] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Last proceedings of Pennsylvania Assembly, September 25. [1776-09-25] . [S5-V2-p0542] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Last proceedings of Pennsylvania Assembly, September 26. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0542] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Last proceedings of Pennsylvania Assembly, Report. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0543] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Last proceedings of Pennsylvania Assembly, Resolution. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0543] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Incidental expenses of Pennsylvania, for the year 1776, as passed by the Assemably the day it was dissolved. [1776-09-26] . [S5-V2-p0544] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings of Lancaster (Pennsylvania) Committee. [1776-09-26] . [S5-V2-p0546] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Mercer to the Board of War: Is doing all he can to forward supplies to the Army in New-York. [1776-09-26] . [S5-V2-p0547] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Henry Remsen to New-York Convention. [1776-09-26] . [S5-V2-p0547] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Henry Remsen to New-York Convention. [1776-09-26] . [S5-V2-p0547] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extract of a letter froth Harlem: Fire in New-York. [1776-09-26] . [S5-V2-p0548] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to General Mercer: If the troops can be, prevailed upon to defend their post, it must cost General Howe a great many men to carry it, if he succeeds at all, if this should be his opinion, he will turn his thoughts another way. [1776-09-26] . [S5-V2-p0548] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to Governour Trumbull: Some severe examples ought to be made of the late deserters. Requests a return of the prisoners in Connecticut, with a view to an exchange. [1776-09-26] . [S5-V2-p0549] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Rufus Putnam to General Washington: Urging the establishment of a corps of Engineers. [1776-09-26] . [S5-V2-p0549] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings of. Courts-Martial, at Harlem and King's Bridge. [1776-09-26] . [S5-V2-p0550] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings of. Courts-Martial, at Harlem and King's Bridge. [1776-09-26] . [S5-V2-p0550] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings of. Courts-Martial, at Harlem and King's Bridge. [1776-09-27] . [S5-V2-p0551] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings of. Courts-Martial, at Harlem and King's Bridge. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0551] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extract of a letter from Mount Washington: Notice of Major Henly, killed in the skirmish on Montresor's Island. [1776-09-26] . [S5-V2-p0552] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Aaron Burr to Mrs. Edwards: The advantages gained by the enemy have been of but trifling consequence. The Hessians are Founder of plunder than blood, and are more the engines than the authors of cruelty. [1776-09-26] . [S5-V2-p0552] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Captain Ballard to General Washington: Giving his reasons for selling his commission. [1776-09-26] . [S5-V2-p0604] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from John Sloss Hobart to New-York Convention. [1776-09-26] . [S5-V2-p0553] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Captain Cregier to New-York Convention: Condition of the schooner General Putnam. [1776-09-26] . [S5-V2-p0553] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Major Hoisington to the New-York Convention. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0721] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Memorial of John Macamly and Nathaniel Finch, to New-York Convention: On sale of salt. [1776-09-26] . [S5-V2-p0554] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Johannes Sleght to John McKesson: The Committee of Kingston have thought good to hire a man to go twice a week to the Convention or King's Bridge, for intelligence. [1776-09-26] . [S5-V2-p0554] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to the President of Congress, Unless a speedy supply of clothing, especially shoes and stockings, is sent, the most fatal .consequences must inevitably ensue. [1776-09-26] . [S5-V2-p0555] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to General Gates: Has sent his resignation--a step which Congress drove him to. [1776-09-26] . [S5-V2-p0555] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Gates to General Arnold. [1776-09-26] . [S5-V2-p0555] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Hartley to General Gates: At Split-Rock firing was heard on the Lake, what it was is uncertain. [1776-09-26] . [S5-V2-p0556] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Captain Fassett to General Gates: Attack by a party of Indians. Cannot keep the men together, his command is gone, flattery is all he can do. [1776-09-26] . [S5-V2-p0556] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Barrett to General Gates: Completing the new road as fast as possible. [1776-09-26] . [S5-V2-p0557] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from John Broom to Abraham Yates. [1776-09-26] . [S5-V2-p0557] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings of Connecticut Council of Safety. [1776-09-26] . [S5-V2-p0557] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from David Matthews to Abraham Yates: if he is to appear before the Convention, would be glad that it might be-soon. [1776-09-26] . [S5-V2-p0558] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Daniel Tillinghast to General Washington: Has forwarded seventy-two tents. [1776-09-26] . [S5-V2-p0559] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Ward to New-Hampshire Committee of Safety: Has ordered a quantity of powder and ball to be forwarded with the utmost expedition for Hartford. [1776-09-26] . [S5-V2-p0559] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Aaron Hobart to Richard Devens. [1776-09-26] . [S5-V2-p0560] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Captures by American privateers. [1776-09-26] . [S5-V2-p0560] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of James Hodges, praying for leave to return to England. [1776-09-26] . [S5-V2-p0793] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of William Emle and James McGill, for permission to depart for England. [1776-09-26] . [S5-V2-p0793] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Order for Furnishing Supplies to Captain Samson of the Brigantine Independence. [1776-09-23] . [S5-V2-p0794] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Watson Spooned, for a commission for the schooner Hope. [1776-09-26] . [S5-V2-p0794] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Order to Captain Bangs to March to Dorchester Heights. [1776-09-26] . [S5-V2-p0795] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Alexander Lidell and Thomas Cremarry, for permission to return to England. [1776-09-26] . [S5-V2-p0795] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Robert McKown, Commissary for the troops stationed at Bristol. [1776-09-26] . [S5-V2-p0795] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Major Driver and Colonel Stanton to Maryland Convention: Recommendation of persons for officers of the company to be raised in Caroline County. [1776-09-27] . [S5-V2-p0560] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the President of Congress to General Schuyler: On the organization of the new Army. [1776-09-27] . [S5-V2-p0560] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Hancock-Resolve. [1776-09-25] . [S5-V2-p0561] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the President of Congress to General Gates: On the new Army. [1776-09-27] . [S5-V2-p0561] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Richard Peters to Jasper Yates: Requesting that the baggage of Captain Hesketh, a prisoner of war, may be sent to Lancaster. [1776-09-27] . [S5-V2-p0562] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extract of a letter from a gentleman of observation and integrity in New-York, a great sufferer by the rebellion, and inflexibly attached to the honour and interest of Government. [1776-09-27] . [S5-V2-p0562] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extract of a letter to England from the master of the Dorothy transport, at New-York. [1776-09-27] . [S5-V2-p0564] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extract of a letter to England from New-York: Mr. Washington narrowly escaped being made prisoner, at Bloomingdale. [1776-09-27] . [S5-V2-p0564] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Copy of a paper sent through the County of Suffolk, New-York, by order of Governour Tryon: All who had removed from Long-Island are deemed Rebels. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0564] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders of John Morrison to seize the grain and forage of Rebels. [1776-09-27] . [S5-V2-p0565] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Blank order left with the Inhabitants of Suffolk County. [1776-09] . [S5-V2-p0565] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to the President of Congress: Has received General Howe's proclamation of September 19. [1776-09-27] . [S5-V2-p0565] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Declaration. [1776-09-19] . [S5-V2-p0565] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Intelligence. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0566] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from J. Cable, in Major Robert Rogers's Battalion: The whole say and desire of the Army is to have the Rebels: stand their ground, and the jig will soon be at an end. [1776-09-27] . [S5-V2-p1029] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders: Head-Quarters, at Harlem Heights, September 25. [1776-09-25] . [S5-V2-p0566] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders: Head-Quarters, at Harlem Heights, September 26. [1776-09-26] . [S5-V2-p0566] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders: Head-Quarters, at Harlem Heights, September 27. [1776-09-27] . [S5-V2-p0568] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Return of the six Independent Companies and First Regiment of Maryland Regulars, in the service of the United Colonies, commanded by Colonel Smallwood. [1776-09-27] . [S5-V2-p0567] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to General Schuyler: Cannot send a supply of nails, has no power to give directions in respect to building barracks in Schenectady. [1776-09-27] . [S5-V2-p0567] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Reed to General Heath: Directing him to have Colonel Tyler put under arrest for cowardice. [1776-09-27] . [S5-V2-p0569] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings of a General Court-Martial held on the Heights of Harlem. [1776-09-27] . [S5-V2-p0569] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Teach Tilghman to Committee of New-York Convention: General Howe was much chagrined at the escape of the Army from New-York, he looked upon it as good as if in his hands. [1776-09-27] . [S5-V2-p0569] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Patterson to Caesar Rodney. [1776-09-27] . [S5-V2-p0570] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Moylan to the President of Congress: Is willing to resign his office of Quartermaster-General, as it appears to be for the publick good. The principal causes which have given rise to the dissatisfaction in the Army with his department. [1776-09-27] . [S5-V2-p0570] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Elbridge Gerry to General Gates: Requests a list of such of his officers as he can recommend to appointments in the new Army. [1776-09-27] . [S5-V2-p0572] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Captain Cregier to Peter R. Livingston. [1776-09-27] . [S5-V2-p0572] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Robert Yates to General Washington: Report of the Committee appointed for devising ways and means to obstruct the navigation on Hudson's river. [1776-09-27] . [S5-V2-p0572] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Cortlandt to General Gates. [1776-09-27] . [S5-V2-p0573] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Doctor Wigglesworth to New-Hampshire Committee of Safety: Distressed situation of the troops for want of medicines. [1776-09-27] . [S5-V2-p0574] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Captain Raymond to Colonel Hay: Report of his survey of the new road from Mount Independence to Otter Creek. [1776-09-27] . [S5-V2-p0534] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Trumbull to General Washington: Has given orders for Governour Skene and Governour Browne to set out for Head-Quarters to be exchanged. [1776-09-27] . [S5-V2-p0574] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Trumbull to General Washington: Desires to know whether the row-galleys can be spared from further Continental service. [1776-09-27] . [S5-V2-p0574] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings of Connecticut Council of Safety. [1776-09-27] . [S5-V2-p0575] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Thaddeus Burr, Sheriff of Fairfield County, to New-York Convention. [1776-09-27] . [S5-V2-p0575] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Daniel Tillinghast to General Washington: Sends a further supply of tents. [1776-09-27] . [S5-V2-p0576] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Council of Massachusetts to the President of Congress: Recommending the case of Captain Coffin to the consideration of Congress. [1776-09-27] . [S5-V2-p0576] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Arrival of prizes at Newburyport and Portsmouth. [1776-09-27] . [S5-V2-p0576] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Vote of Petersham (Massachusetts) Town Meeting, on the question whether they will consent that the present General Court shall form a Constitution of Government agreeable to their resolve of the 17th instant. [1776-09-27] . [S5-V2-p0576] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Peter Roberts, for a commission for the schooner Ranger. [1776-09-27] . [S5-V2-p0796] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of James Fulton, for liberty to go with his servant by the first opportunity that may offer to Britain or Portugal. [1776-09-27] . [S5-V2-p0796] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Richard Pyne, for liberty to depart the country. [1776-09-26] . [S5-V2-p0797] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of John Donneston, for permission to return home by the first vessel that goes to any part of Britain, Spain, or Portugal. [1776-09-27] . [S5-V2-p0798] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Application of Richard Derby, Jun., for permission to Captain Dudfield to return to England. [1776-09-27] . [S5-V2-p0798] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Maryland Council of Safety to Colonel Read. [1776-09-28] . [S5-V2-p0578] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Maryland Council of Safety to Baltimore Committee. [1776-09-28] . [S5-V2-p0578] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Maryland Council of Safety to Coonel Rumsey and others. [1776-09-28] . [S5-V2-p0578] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Judge Hall to Matthew Tilghman: Decline appointment as Judge of the Admiralty. [1776-09-28] . [S5-V2-p0578] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Captain Nicholson to Maryland Council of Safety: Will attend in a few days, to settle his accounts. [1776-09-28] . [S5-V2-p0578] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Samuel Calwell to Maryland Council of Safety: Resigning his commission. [1776-09-28] . [S5-V2-p0579] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Hollingsworth to Maryland Council of Safety: On the state of his accounts, and his progress in manufacturing gun barrels. [1776-09-28] . [S5-V2-p0579] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Memorial of Gunning Bedford, Mustermaster-General, to the Continental Congress. [1776-09-28] . [S5-V2-p0580] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of Pennsylvania Convention to the Freemen of the Commonwealth. [1776-09-28] . [S5-V2-p0581] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Council of New-Jersey to Governour Livingston, and the Governour's Reply. [1776-09-28] . [S5-V2-p0587] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Council of New-Jersey to Governour Livingston, and the Governour's Reply. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0588] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

List of American officers taken prisoners in Canada, arrived at Elizabethtown, New Jersey. [1776-09-28] . [S5-V2-p0588] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Memorial of Lieutenant-Colonel Shepard: Complains of injustice done him, and begs General Washington will permit him to resign. [1776-09-28] . [S5-V2-p0604] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washinton to the President of Congress: Recommends Captain Daniel Morgan to be appointed Colonel of the new Rifle Regiment. [1776-09-28] . [S5-V2-p0589] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings of a General Court-Martial of the Line, held on the Heights of Harlem. [1776-09-28] . [S5-V2-p0589] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings of a General Court-Martial, held at King's Bridge. [1776-09-28] . [S5-V2-p0590] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Heath 'to General Saltonstall: Orders for the march and encampment of the three regiments of Militia under his command. [1776-09-28] . [S5-V2-p0591] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Heath to General Parsons: Directing him to order Colonel Tyler under arrest. [1776-09-28] . [S5-V2-p0591] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Stephen Fountain to Darius Olmsted: Unless Rebels lay down their arms and accept of mercy, they will all be destroyed and cut off. [1776-09-28] . [S5-V2-p1030] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Isaac Pierce to Doctor Ports: Directing him to put an immediate stop to abuses at the Hospital, and to repair to Head-Quarters as soon as possible. [1776-09-28] . [S5-V2-p0591] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Arnold to General Gates. [1776-09-28] . [S5-V2-p0591] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

The testimony of Thomas Day, examined on oath before Robert Lewis, one of the Justices of Charlotte County, in the Province of New-York. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0592] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings of a Council of War holden at Williston: Agreement entered into between the officers and soldiers. [1776-09-28] . [S5-V2-p0621] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Trumbull to General Washington: Transmitting petition of Chas. Nicoll and others. [1776-09-28] . [S5-V2-p0593] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Charles Nicoll and others to Governour Trumbull, for permission to return to Long-Island, as no mischief can possibly arise from it. [1776-09-17] . [S5-V2-p0593] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Parole of James Babbige, of the Island. of New-Providence. [1776-09-28] . [S5-V2-p0594] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Walter Spooner to General Washington: Informing him that two loads of iron pots had been forwarded from Massachusetts for the use of the Continental Army. [1776-09-28] . [S5-V2-p0594] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Walter Spooner to Richard Devens. [1776-09-28] . [S5-V2-p0594] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Nathaniel Guild to Richard Devens: Informing him that the fire is in the furnace, and he will make the wheels as soon as possible. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0594] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Pearson Jones, of Falmouth, Casco Bay, for a commission for the sloop Putnam. [1776-09-28] . [S5-V2-p0799] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Samuel Ward and Joseph Sprague, of Salem, for a Commission for the private sloop-of-war the dolphin. [1776-09-28] . [S5-V2-p0799] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Order of Massachusetts Council, for supplies for General Washington. [1776-09-28] . [S5-V2-p0799] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Arrival at Portsmouth of of the prize ship Royal Exchange, taken by Captain Whipple. [1776-09-28] . [S5-V2-p0595] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extract of a letter from Philadelphia to. a gentleman in Annapolis: Giving list of Maryland officers taken prisoners on Long-Island. [1776-09-29] . [S5-V2-p0595] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Rev. James Caldwell to William Paterson, Introducing Mr. Hackett. [1776-09-29] . [S5-V2-p0595] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General, Washington to the Deputy Governour of Rhode-Island: Requesting to be furnished as soon as possible with a list of all the Continental prisoners in the State. [1776-09-29] . [S5-V2-p0595] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to the Deputy Governour of Requesting list of prisoners. [1776-09-29] . [S5-V2-p0596] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to Colonel Campbell: Desiring the necessary additions and alterations be made in the returns of the Forty-Second and Seventy-First Regiments. [1776-09-29] . [S5-V2-p0596] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Francis Mentges to the President of Congress: Renewing his application for the place of Major in the Army of the United States of America. [1776-09-29] . [S5-V2-p0596] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Reed to General Heath: Requesting him to have his division ready to march, if necessary. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0597] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Nicoll to John M'Kesson: Has had a good deal of conversation with some of the Highland Regulars, one in particular, who wished for a reconcilia. [1776-09-29] . [S5-V2-p0597] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Examination of prisoners relative to joining or giving intelligence to the enemy. [1776-09-29] . [S5-V2-p0597] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from John Taylor to General Gates: Sends a prisoner to gibe him information. [1776-09-29] . [S5-V2-p0599] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Mrs. Adams to John Adams. [1776-09-29] . [S5-V2-p0599] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter General Ward to General Washington: Has sent to the Army with the utmost expedition a number of cooking utensils. [1776-09-29] . [S5-V2-p0600] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extract of a letter to a member of the Massachusetts Assembly, dated Salem: It is matter of general complaint that the ships of war ordered more than seven months since to be built at Newbury and Portsmouth, are not in readiness to this day. [1776-09-29] . [S5-V2-p0600] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of James Dargie for Permission to Leave the Country. [1776-09-29] . [S5-V2-p0800] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Lord George Germain to General Howe: It is very unfortunate that so great a part of the Forty-Second and Seventy-First Regiments should have fallen into the Rebels' hands. [1776-09-30] . [S5-V2-p0600] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Sales Deane to Robert Morris: To solicit arms, clothing, and tents, for thirty thousand men, and to be destitute of one shilling of ready money, has left him in a critical situation. [1776-09-30] . [S5-V2-p0601] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings of Baltimore Committee. [1776-09-30] . [S5-V2-p0601] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Thomas Stone to Maryland Council of Safety. [1776-09-30] . [S5-V2-p0601] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Josiah Bartlett to John Langdon. [1776-09-30] . [S5-V2-p0602] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Thompson to Richard Peters: Requesting some months' pay may be got for a number of officers and privates who have arrived from Canada in a distressed situation. [1776-09-30] . [S5-V2-p0602] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extract of a letter from Philadelphia: The Hessians say they will plunder every thing before them, and have even insisted on transports to carry over their stolen cattle and other plunder to their families. [1776-09-30] . [S5-V2-p0602] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proclamation of Sir William Howe, offering a full pardon to all deserters who shall surrender themselves on or before the 31st day of October. [1776-09-30] . [S5-V2-p0603] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to the Board of War: Is of Opinion that the service will be most advanced, general cases, by directing promotions in a regimental line. [1776-09-30] . [S5-V2-p0603] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to the President of Congress, Recommends that Lieutenant-Colonel Shepard be promoted to the command of the Fourth Regiment. [1776-09-30] . [S5-V2-p0603] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders: Head-Quarters, at Harlem Heights, September 28. [1776-09-28] . [S5-V2-p0605] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders: Head-Quarters, at Harlem Heights, September 29. [1776-09-29] . [S5-V2-p0606] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders: Head-Quarters, at Harlem Heights, September 30. [1776-09-30] . [S5-V2-p0606] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Return of the Brigades under the more immediate command of General Washington, September 30. [1776-09-30] . [S5-V2-p0607] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Returns of ten Companies in the Regiment of Artillery, and one Colony Company, in the service of the United States of America, commanded .by Henry Knox, Esq., Mount Washington, September 28. [1776-09-28] . [S5-V2-p0607] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Return of Troops in General Greene's Division, in English neighbourhood, September 29. [1776-09-29] . [S5-V2-p0607] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from. General Washington to General George Clinton, Directing him to concert with General Lincoln and others an expedition to Long-Island, for the purpose of siding the inhabitants in removing or destroying the stock, grain, etc.,. [1776-09-30] . [S5-V2-p0607] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to General Schuyler: Does not think the resolution of Congress of the 14th was calculated or designed in the smalles degree to give him offence. [1776-09-30] . [S5-V2-p0609] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to General Lincoln: Requests him to halt his men till a conference with General Clinton relative to expedition to Long-Island. [1776-09-30] . [S5-V2-p0609] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to Governour Trumbull: Requesting him to afford every assistance he can for carrying into execution the expedition to Long-Island. [1776-09-30] . [S5-V2-p0609] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Harrison to General Heath. [1776-09-30] . [S5-V2-p0610] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings of a General Court-Martial of the Line held on the Heights of Harlem. [1776-09-30] . [S5-V2-p0610] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings of a General Court-Martial of the Line held on the Heights of Harlem. [1776-09-22] . [S5-V2-p0612] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings of a General Court-Martial of the Line held on the Heights of Harlem. [1776-09-30] . [S5-V2-p0613] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Major Adams to Maryland Convention: Hopes they will consider him in the election of officers. [1776-09-30] . [S5-V2-p0610] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from A. De Wilt to Matthew Cantine: The inhabitants of Papaconck are in great fear of a rupture of the Indians. [1776-09-30] . [S5-V2-p0613] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to General Washington. [1776-09-30] . [S5-V2-p0614] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Notice of the Commissioners for the Northern District to publick creditors to present their accounts for settlement at Albany before the 31st of October. [1776-09-30] . [S5-V2-p0614] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to General Washington. [1776-09-30] . [S5-V2-p0614] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders: Head-Quarters, Ticonderoga, September 24. [1776-09-24] . [S5-V2-p0616] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders: Head-Quarters, Ticonderoga, September 25. [1776-09-25] . [S5-V2-p0616] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders: Head-Quarters, Ticonderoga, September 26. [1776-09-26] . [S5-V2-p0616] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders: Head-Quarters, Ticonderoga, September 27. [1776-09-27] . [S5-V2-p0616] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders: Head-Quarters, Ticonderoga, September 28. [1776-09-28] . [S5-V2-p0616] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders: Head-Quarters, Ticonderoga, September 29. [1776-09-29] . [S5-V2-p0617] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders: Head-Quarters, Ticonderoga, September 30. [1776-09-30] . [S5-V2-p0618] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Return of the forces of the United States of America, seving in the Northern Department, under the command of Hen. Major-General, Ticonderoga, September 29. [1776-09-29] . [S5-V2-p0617] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Return of the Corps of Artillery commanded by Major Badlam. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0619] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Gates to General Schuyler. [1776-09-30] . [S5-V2-p0619] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Gates to Governour Trumbull. [1776-09-30] . [S5-V2-p0620] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Hartley to General Gates: The day the firing was heard, the vessels were firing at a mark, and the enemy were rejoicing or cleaning their artillery. [1776-09-30] . [S5-V2-p0621] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Captain Fassett to General Gates: Refusal of men to obey their officers. [1776-09-30] . [S5-V2-p0621] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Livingston to Governour Trumbull: Complains of inlistments being made from his men for the privateers. [1776-09-30] . [S5-V2-p0622] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Christopher Leffingwell to Governour Trumbull: Account of his proceedings in removing cattle,. etc., from Long-Island. [1776-09-30] . [S5-V2-p0623] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Commodore Hopkins to the Marine Committee: There are so many privateers fitting out, which give more encouragment as to shares, it makes it difficult to man the Continental vessels. [1776-09-30] . [S5-V2-p0623] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Ward to Massachusetts Council: Entreats them to see that Dorchester Heights are supplied with proper cannon, and well furnished with ammunition. [1776-09-30] . [S5-V2-p0624] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Captain John Paul Jones to the Marine Committee: Account of his cruise since the 7th current. [1776-09-30] . [S5-V2-p0624] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Order of Massachusetts Council for the discharge of Constant Church, an Indian. [1776-09-30] . [S5-V2-p0800] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Four gunlocks to be delivered to Captain Thomas Beall, Captains Forrest and Bourke immediately to march their companies to Annapolis, on their way to the Flying -Camp, Commissaries of Stores to deliver to Colonel Ewing, guns, tent, s, etc. Captain Tootell to provide a sergeant and eight men to guard the magazine near his house. [1776-09-02] . [S5-V2-p0625] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

September 3. [1776-09-03] . [S5-V2-p0626] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Warrant issued to Abraham Boyd to enroll fifty men for the Flying-Camp. [1776-09-04] . [S5-V2-p0627] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

One barrrel musket gunpowder to be delivered to John Davidson, Commissions issued to officers of an Independent Company, Eighty-six knapsacks, etc., to be delivered to Captain Fiddeman. [1776-09-05] . [S5-V2-p0627] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Permit granted to Hugh Sherwood of the schooner Betsey. [1776-09-06] . [S5-V2-p0627] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Commissions issued to Surgeon and Surgeon Assistants to Colonel Griffith's battalion of Flying-Camp. [1776-09-07] . [S5-V2-p0628] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

September 9. [1776-09-09] . [S5-V2-p0628] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

September 10. [1776-09-10] . [S5-V2-p0628] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Captain Brooke's company commissioned, All the guns belonging to the State to be stamped with the word Maryland, Warrants issued to officers of a company for Flying-Camp, Advertisements to be inserted for one thousand pikes, Commissions issued to officers of company of Militia in Kent County. [1776-09-11] . [S5-V2-p0629] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Samuel Messersmith to deliver to Captain Forrest all the guns which were left in his custody to be repaired by Captain Hammond, Commissary of Stores immediately to send to Annapolis one hundred camp-kettles, Permit granted to Job Greene, of the schooner Two-Brothers, Permit granted to Thomas Ridley, of the sloop Fanny, Mr. Hollingsworth to deliver to Mr. Stephen Steward two thousand weight bread and ten barrels flour, Commissary of Stores at Baltimore to deliver to Henry Howard one half barrel powder to try cannon, Commissions issued to a company of Militia in the Nineteenth Battalion, Commission to Captain Conway, of the sloop Molly, as a letter of marque. [1776-09-12] . [S5-V2-p0629] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Contract of James Boyd for making muskets, Henry Killum, Zerobabel Maddox, and WilLiam Corbin committed for having deserted to the enemy, William Tumblesome discharged on parole, John Evans, John Price and Robert Howarth discharged upon giving bond. [1776-09-13] . [S5-V2-p0630] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Lambert Parnell, of Captain Watkins's company, discharged and permitted to return home. [1776-09-14] . [S5-V2-p0631] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Permit granted to William Thomas, of the sloop Hazard, Captain Smith directed to let Job Green, of the schooner Two-Brothers, proceed on his voyage, Barton Tabbs appointed Assistant Surgeon, Lambert Purnell discharged from the service, Commissions issued to the Friendship's company, in Dorchester County, William Matthews, of Captain Gunby's company, discharged, Permit granted to Thomas Waters, of sloop Baltimore Here. [1776-09-16] . [S5-V2-p0631] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Warrants issued to a company for Flying-Camp, Dr. Tootell requested to remove any soldiers of infectious disorders, to be nursed in private houses, Mr. Stephen Steward to take possession of all the military stores, guns, and rigging of schooner Resolution. [1776-09-17] . [S5-V2-p0632] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Mr. Nicholas Thomas attended and took his seat, Permit granted to Josh. Hayman, of sloop Betsey, Court-Martial ordered for the trial of Captain John Fontleroy, Warrant issued to Frederick Teems, appointed Captain. [1776-09-18] . [S5-V2-p0632] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Mr. Tilghman attended, Parole of James Cunningham and William Tomlinson, Two bolts of osnaburgs to be delivered to Captain Cooke, for ship Defence's use, List of effects taken off the Island in Somerset County, The above effects to be sold at publick sale, Captain goldsborough requested to purchase muskets, Commissions issued to officers in the Seven-teenth Battalion of Militia, Samuel Messersmith requested to deliver to Captain Brooke all the guns in his possession. [1776-09-19] . [S5-V2-p0633] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Commissions issued to Captain Michael Lowe's company, in Prince George's County, Warrant granted to Nicholas Norwood to raise a company, Such part of the captures lately made out of Dunmore's fleet as may be deemed perishable to be disposed of for the use of the State. [1776-09-20] . [S5-V2-p0634] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Warrant granted to Andrew Hynes to raise a company, Captain George Beall and Hezekiah Magruder appointed Inspectors of the George-Town warehouse, Frederick County. [1776-09-21] . [S5-V2-p0634] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Warrant granted to Richard Wilson to raise a company, Warrant granted to Robert Hurries to raise a company, Warrant granted to Francis Holland to raise a company. [1776-09-23] . [S5-V2-p0634] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

William Jones appointed Inspector of White's warehouse in Dorchester County, Contract with Joseph Selby for making two thousand cartouch-boxes, bayonet-belts, and gun-slings, Similar contract with George Gordon, Muskets, powder, and lead to be delivered to Captain Richardson. [1776-09-24] . [S5-V2-p0635] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Order for delivering muskets to Lieutenant Skinner. [1776-09-26] . [S5-V2-p0635] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Warrant granted to William Ridgaway to raise a company, Passport granted to Josh. Dowson and others in the boat Sally, to pass to and from Potowmack, etc., Commissions issued to a company of Militia in Washington County, Order for delivering gunpowder for the Continental frigate at Baltimore, Thomas Noble Stockett appointed Second Surgeon's Assistant to Colonel Richardson's battalion. Contract with Charles White for making one thousand pike staffs. [1776-09-26] . [S5-V2-p0635] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Warrant issued to William Patterson to inlist twenty-five men for the marine service. [1776-09-27] . [S5-V2-p0636] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Commissions issued to a company in Cecil County, Contract with William Nevin and Anthony Pinkney for one thousand blades for pikes, When unwholesome provision is furnished by the contractor, the same to be condemned and charged to the contractor. [1776-09-28] . [S5-V2-p0636] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Commission granted to James Tibbit, of the sloop Independence, as a letter of marque. [1776-09-30] . [S5-V2-p0637] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Oct 1, Mr. Smyth and Mr. Plater attended. [1776-10-01] . [S5-V2-p0637] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Permit granted to William McGarry, of sloop Nancy, to go to Virginia for tobacco, Dennis Griffith appointed Ensign. [1776-10-02] . [S5-V2-p0637] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Commissions issued to Captain Maxwell's company, Schooner Friendship purchased by the Council, Comissions issued to a company in Frederick County, Commission issued to Ensign Richardson, William Bartlett Townsend discharged, having given bond for his appearance, William Bartlett discharged on giving bond. [1776-10-03] . [S5-V2-p0638] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Commission issued to Captain Holland, Ezekiel Towson appointed Captain of a guard for a magazine in Baltimore County. [1776-10-04] . [S5-V2-p0638] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Four shillings and three pence to be paid to Elizabeth Hunter for ferriage of General Lee. [1776-10-05] . [S5-V2-p0639] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Apology of General Stephens, of Virginia, for impressing a pilot of Annapolis. [1776-10-06] . [S5-V2-p0639] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

John Perry appointed Surgeon, Thomas Selby, William error, and Leonard Pearce, to be sent under guard to Annapolis, for refusing to join their corps. [1776-10-07] . [S5-V2-p0639] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Commission issued to Michael Wallace, as Surgeon, and Francis Neale, as Surgeon-Assistant, Benjamin Bradford commissioned Captain, and William Smith Second Lieutenant, Captain Joseph Byus directed to attend the Council of Safety on the 24th instant, to answer the charge against him alleged. [1776-10-08] . [S5-V2-p0640] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

October 9. [1776-10-09] . [S5-V2-p0640] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Ensigns to William Ewing. [1776-10-10] . [S5-V2-p0611] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Five thousand pair of shoes advertised for, Compraisal issued to James Handy, of the Harlequin privateer, William Barker appointed Inspector of the warehouse at Nanjemoy, Benjamin King appointed Captain of the Schooner Resolution. [1776-10-11] . [S5-V2-p0641] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Commissions issued to officers of a company in Frederick County, raised to compose part of the Flying-Camp, Commissions issued to Field Officers of the Gun-powder Upperbattalion, in Baltimore County, Permit granted to John Patterson, master of the schooner Industry. [1776-10-12] . [S5-V2-p0642] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Mr. Nicholson attended, Captain Keltie appointed to rig and get the schooner Ninety-Two fit for sea. [1776-10-14] . [S5-V2-p0642] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Commissions issued to officers of Captain Holland's company of Flying-Camp, Privates who have inlisted in Captain Norwood's company and will not serve in Captain Deem's company, to be discharged. [1776-10-15] . [S5-V2-p0643] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

October 16. [1776-10-16] . [S5-V2-p0643] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

October 17. [1776-10-17] . [S5-V2-p0644] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Commissary of Provisions to supply Captain Patterson with what provision he may want, Contract with Nicholas McCubbin for making twelve hundred and fifty pair of shoes. [1776-10-18] . [S5-V2-p0644] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Commissions issued to officers of a company in Harford County, to compose part of the Flying-Camp, William Bartlett Townsend to be discharged on his giving bond of one thousand pounds for his future good behaviour, Basil Clarkson discharged, and his property to be forthwith returned him. [1776-10-19] . [S5-V2-p0644] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolution of the Convention empowering the Council of Safety to determine on the case of William Bartlett Townsend. [1776-10-18] . [S5-V2-p0645] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Depositions against Townsend and Scarborough. [1776-09-12] . [S5-V2-p0645] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Depositions against Townsend and Scarborough. [1776-11-16] . [S5-V2-p0645] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Depositions against Townsend and Scarborough. [1776-11-15] . [S5-V2-p0646] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Depositions against Townsend and Scarborough. [1776-11-25] . [S5-V2-p0646] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Depositions against Townsend and Scarborough. [1776-11-25] . [S5-V2-p0646] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Depositions against Townsend and Scarborough. [1776-11-25] . [S5-V2-p0647] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Depositions against Townsend and Scarborough. [1776-11-25] . [S5-V2-p0647] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Depositions against Townsend and Scarborough. [1776-12-01] . [S5-V2-p0648] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Depositions against Townsend and Scarborough. [1776-11-25] . [S5-V2-p0648] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Depositions against Townsend and Scarborough. [1776-11-17] . [S5-V2-p0648] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Depositions against Townsend and Scarborough. [1776-11-17] . [S5-V2-p0648] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Depositions against Townsend and Scarborough. [1776-11-17] . [S5-V2-p0649] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Depositions against Townsend and Scarborough. [1776-11-18] . [S5-V2-p0649] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Depositions against Townsend and Scarborough. [1776-11-18] . [S5-V2-p0649] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Depositions against Townsend and Scarborough. [1776-11-12] . [S5-V2-p0649] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Depositions against Townsend and Scarborough. [1776-11-30] . [S5-V2-p0650] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Depositions against Townsend and Scarborough. [1776-12-01] . [S5-V2-p0650] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Depositions against Townsend and Scarborough. [1776-12-01] . [S5-V2-p0651] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Depositions against Townsend and Scarborough. [1776-11-18] . [S5-V2-p0064] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Depositions against Townsend and Scarborough. [1776-11-19] . [S5-V2-p0652] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Depositions against Townsend and Scarborough. [1776-11-30] . [S5-V2-p0652] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Depositions against Townsend and Scarborough. [1776-11-30] . [S5-V2-p0653] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Complaint against John Francis Taney, for detaining three pieces of sprig-lawn, the property of the State, Dr. Brehon to deliver up the books of physick in his possession, or appear before the Board and show cause for their detention. [1776-10-21] . [S5-V2-p0654] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

October 22. [1776-10-22] . [S5-V2-p0654] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Come to the Field Officers of the Nineteenth Battalion of Militia, Court martial appointed for the trial of Lieutenant Willin and Ensign Todd, Will appointed Surgeon. Assistant to Dr. Tootell. [1776-10-23] . [S5-V2-p0654] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

William Webb Haddaway appointed First Major of the Thirty-Eighth Battalion of Militia. [1776-10-24] . [S5-V2-p0655] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Commission and letter of Marque issued to Francis Speake, commander of sloop Potowmack, Depositions to be taken relative to a sloop sunk by Dunmore's fleet near St. George's Island, Permit granted to William Thomas, master of schooner Edward. [1776-10-25] . [S5-V2-p0655] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Leonard Clements, of Captain Stone's company, discharged on account of sickness, Contract with James Claypole for making. six hundred pair of shoes, Commissions issued to a company of Matrosses, raised for the defence of Annapolis. [1776-10-26] . [S5-V2-p0655] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Warrant issued to John David, appointed Lieutenant of one of the gondolas, to inlist fifty men. [1776-10-28] . [S5-V2-p0656] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Commission issued to William Patterson, appointed commander of the schooner Dolphin, Warrant issued to John Skinner, appointed a recruiting Sergeant for Matrosses and Continental troops, Commission issued to Edward Markland, Lieutenant, and Richard Coward, master, of the schooner Dolphin. [1776-10-29] . [S5-V2-p0656] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Permit granted to John Smith, master of the schooner Polly, Warrants issued to Edward Genie, Michael Morgan, and Clement Smith, recruiting Sergeants for the Artillery. [1776-11-31] . [S5-V2-p0657] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Commissary of Provisions to supply Captain Martin with rations for brigantine Friendship's crew. [1776-10-31] . [S5-V2-p0657] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

November 2. [1776-11-02] . [S5-V2-p0657] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

November 4. [1776-11-04] . [S5-V2-p0658] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Alexander Furnival appointed Captain of a company of Matrosses, to be stationed at Baltimore Town. [1776-11-05] . [S5-V2-p0658] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

November 6. [1776-11-06] . [S5-V2-p0658] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

November 7. [1776-11-06] . [S5-V2-p0658] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Keepers of Patapsco and Susquehanna ferries desired to put the Postmaster General's rider over those ferries during the war, Contract with Colonel Hooe for all the salt imported in the brigantine Friendship. [1776-11-08] . [S5-V2-p0659] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Commissions issued to Captain Mackall's company, Frederick County, Contract with Colonel Hooe for all the jackets imported in the brigantine Friendship, Colonel Scott requested to purchase all the lead that can be procured for the use of this State. [1776-11-09] . [S5-V2-p0659] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

November 11. [1776-11-11] . [S5-V2-p0660] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Sept.4, Report of Committee against ordering out any more of the Militia of Westchester, Orange, Dutchess, and Ulster Counties. [1776-09-04] . [S5-V2-p0659] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to General Washington. [1776-09-04] . [S5-V2-p0661] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Fire-arms cannot be supplied to the Militia, and four thousand lances to be procured with the utmost expedition, Persons appointed to procure the lances. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0662] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Sept.5, Met in the Episcopal Church at Fishkill, The church being very foul with the dung of doves and. Fowls, and without any seats, adjourned to the Dutch church. [1776-09-05] . [S5-V2-p0662] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report of Committee on the difficulties stated on behalf of the Committee of Kingston, Letter to the Committee of Kingston. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0662] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Examination of John Wolley. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0663] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

One hundred and seventy-six blank commissions to be prepared and signed, Harmen Van Bueren appointed Major, Petition of the Committee of Tryon County, Militia of Tryon County to be formed into a brigade separate from the Militia of Albany, Nicholas Herkheimer appointed Brigadier-General, and John Frey, Brigade-Major, of the Militia of Tryon County. [1776-09-05] . [S5-V2-p0664] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolution for the removal of the bells in the churches and public edifies from the city of New-York to Newark, in New-Jersey. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0665] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to General Washington. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0665] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Sureties offered for John Wooley, and approved. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0665] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Henry Chase, a prisoner in the goal of Westchester County. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0666] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Colonel Benjamin Birdsall, acting as Captain of a company in Colonel Smith's Regiment. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0666] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Bond of John Wooley. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0666] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report of the Committee who visited the fortifications on Hudson's river. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0666] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Any member absenting himself without leave, to be fined and reprimanded, Information relative to the state of Forts Montgomerie and Constitution communicated by Mr. Duane, Reinforcement of six hundred men to be sent with all possible despatch to Forts Montgomery and Constitution, Further consideration of the state of the garrisons of Forts Montgomery and Constitution, and the works erecting on Red-Hook, Resolutions for raising troops to reinforce the garrisons. [1776-09-06] . [S5-V2-p0667] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Order for the landing the stores brought from White-Plains, Information given by Mr. Harrison relative to the enemy and disaffected on Nassau-Island, Committee to succour the well-affected on Nassau-Island, Committee of Safety and Correspondence formed for that part of the State which lies below the Highlands, Colonel Hoffman excused from attending at New-York as a correspondent Sept. 7, Committee of Safety at New-York directed to take from the houses in the city all the brass knockers. [1776-09-07] . [S5-V2-p0669] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

The consideration of the report of the Committee who were sent to visit the Forts Montgomery and Constitution, resumed, and the resolutions agreed to. [1776-09-07] . [S5-V2-p0670] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Ordered that Henry Schenck have discretionary power to provide for certain poor, Payment stopped of all accounts passed for the payment of Colonel Smith's and Colonel Remsen's Regiments, Committee of Safety appointed until the next meeting of the Convention, Fifteen hundred weight of lead and One thousand flints to be sent to Charlotte County, and one ton and an half of lead and three thousand flints to Tryon County. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0673] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Sept.8, One ton of lead ordered for the County of Albany. [1776-09-08] . [S5-V2-p0673] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Scott, dated September 6, A certain Warns ordered to be apprehended for spreading false reports tending to injure the cause of America, Committee appointed to take the spears brought from New-York, and get a model for making other spears, Letter written to John Schenck to know whether he will undertake the agency for furnishing Fort Montgomery with stores, General James Clinton requested to forward barracks as soon as possible for the reinforcement to be sent to Fort Montgomery. [1776-09-09] . [S5-V2-p0673] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington, dated September 6. [1776-09-06] . [S5-V2-p0674] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General James Clinton, September 8. [1776-09-09] . [S5-V2-p0674] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Return of necessaries wanted at the fortifications in the Highlands. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0674] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington, September 8. [1776-09-08] . [S5-V2-p0675] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington, September 8, Four large sloops to be impressed to go to New-York for the sick. [1776-09-08] . [S5-V2-p0675] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to General Washington, enclosing She resolutions of the 7th instant. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0675] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to General James Clinton. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0676] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Warrant for impressing four sloops. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0676] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Warrant for impressing two sloops. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0676] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Examination of William Warne, apprehended by order of the Convention, William Warne committed to the custody of Captain Weeks till further orders. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0677] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to Delegates in Congress: Hope from the measures they have taken for the protection of the posts in the Highlands, the communication between the northern and southern States may be kept up. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0677] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

John Schenck accepts the agency for supplying stores, Stores at Fishkill landing ordered out to Mr. John Schenck for the forts. [1776-09-10] . [S5-V2-p0678] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Order to Mr. Schenck for supplying the fortification, instead of the order made on the 7th instant. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0678] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Colonel Curtenius requested to acquaint the Convention with the quantities of lead he has shipped from New-York, Norwood, Commissary, directed to make a return of stores sent out of the City of New-York, etc.. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p5067] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Ten Broeck, August 23: Recommends several gentlemen for officers in Colonel Graham's Regiment, Letter to General Ten Broeck: Officers in service to be retained, and new ones to be appointed only when vacancies occur. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0679] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee appointed to report a plan of establishing riders to the city of New-York. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0679] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition of Guisbert Schenck on the late conduct of William Warne. [1776-09-10] . [S5-V2-p0679] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Affidavit of Abraham W. de Peyster respecting Joseph. Reade. [1776-09-10] . [S5-V2-p0680] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to Committee of Westchester County, enclosing affidavit of Mr. de Peyster. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0680] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Sept. 10, Two letters from Ebenezer Hazard, 1st and 6th September, Letter to Mr. Hazard, on the routes of the post-riders. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0680] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Mr. Moore reported that he had impressed two sloops. [1776-09-10] . [S5-V2-p0681] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Depositions of Roeloff Schenck, Theodorus Van Wyck, Jun., and Peter Horton ,as to the conduct and declarations of Mr. Warne, William Warne to be safely kept till tomorrow morning. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0681] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Depositions of Roeloff Schenck, Theodorus Van Wyck, Jun., and Peter Horton ,as to the conduct and declarations of Mr. Warne, William Warne to be safely kept till tomorrow morning. [1776-09-10] . [S5-V2-p0681] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Depositions of Roeloff Schenck, Theodorus Van Wyck, Jun., and Peter Horton ,as to the conduct and declarations of Mr. Warne, William Warne to be safely kept till tomorrow morning. [1776-09-10] . [S5-V2-p0681] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Depositions of Roeloff Schenck, Theodorus Van Wyck, Jun., and Peter Horton ,as to the conduct and declarations of Mr. Warne, William Warne to be safely kept till tomorrow morning. [1776-09-10] . [S5-V2-p0682] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Remsen, dated at New-Haven, September 7,Captain Wiltse's sloop, impressed to go to New-York, delayed for want of a master. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0682] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report of Committee on employing post-riders to New-York referred to the Convention. [1776-09-11] . [S5-V2-p0068] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to Colonel Remsen. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0683] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Determination on the case of William Warne. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0683] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Two trusty sentinels, well armed and accoutred, to be sent with all possible despatch ready to execute such orders as they may receive from the Committee of Safety, Rev. Samuel Seabury confined to the farm of Colonel Brinckerhoff, being notoriously disaffected to the American cause, Sloop to be impressed for the purpose of removing the sick from the city of New-York. [1776-09-12] . [S5-V2-p0683] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler, The levies directed to be raised in Ulster County to reinforce the garrisons in the Higlands to be immediately completed, and the remainder subject to the requisitions of General Schuyler. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0684] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schyler, September 9, read and referred. [1776-09-09] . [S5-V2-p0684] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Commission of Colonel Snider, appointed to command the detachment to reinforce the garrisons in the Highlands, (note). [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0685] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Messenger directed to summon absent members. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0686] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Swartwout, September 10, read and referred, Letter from General George Clinton, September 8, read and referred. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0686] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report of Committee on General Clinton's and Colonel Swartwout's letters, (note). [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0687] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Detachment of a Sergeant and twelve men to attend the Committee of Safety without delay. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0687] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Major Schenck requested to apprehend a certain Riley, suspected of being a deserter from the Army of the United American States. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0687] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Major Schenck requested to apprehend a certain Riley, suspected of being a deserter from the Army of the United American States. [1776-09-12] . [S5-V2-p0687] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Mr Jay informed the Committee that he can employ Abraham De Peyster. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0687] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Vischer. [1776-09-13] . [S5-V2-p0687] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Ebenezer Hazard, September 12. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0688] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General George Clinton, September 12. [1776-09-12] . [S5-V2-p0688] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General George Clinton, September 12. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0688] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Samuel Gale and Isaac Ludlum to be immediately apprehended, being concerned in a dangerous correspondene with the enemy. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0688] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Sundry persons in Ulster County, inimical to the cause of American liberty, ordered to be apprehended. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0688] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to General George Clinton, respecting the obstructions to the navigation of Hudson's river. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0689] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolutions. [1776-09-13] . [S5-V2-p0689] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Appropriation of two hundred pounds to purchase saltpetre Members required to be regular in their attend-Sends William Tredwell and Benjamin Ludlum to the Convention for examination, Sub-Committee of Philips's Precinct empowered to purchase five or six arms, Auditor General of the State requested to attend the Convention. [1776-09-14] . [S5-V2-p0690] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington, September 12. [1776-09-12] . [S5-V2-p0692] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolution. [1776-09-14] . [S5-V2-p0692] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Sept. 15. [1776-09-15] . [S5-V2-p0692] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Morris, now at the General Congress, directed to immediately return and resume the command of his brigade, Committee appointed to examine Samuel Gale, now in custody. [1776-09-16] . [S5-V2-p0692] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of Correspondence appointed. [1776-09-17] . [S5-V2-p0693] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee. [1776-09-01] . [S5-V2-p0694] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Erskine. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0694] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Henry Chase praying to be released from imprisonment. [1776-09-13] . [S5-V2-p0694] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petitions of Jonathan Purdy, Jun., Rynier Van Housen, and John Fowler. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0694] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Lieutenant Colonel Ferris's resignation accepted, Committee appointed to inquire into the state of the Light-Horsemen who were obliged to flee from Long-Island. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0695] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report of Committee appointed to report what further measures are necessary to bring Abraham Loft to account to the Convention for the publick moneys now in his hands as Treasurer of the Colony of New-York. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0696] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

All moneys belonging to the State to be paid only to Peter V. B. Livingston, now Treasurer. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0696] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orange and Ulster. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0697] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Accounts. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0697] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

An account of moneys paid by the Treasurer, for which no accounts have been rendered by the persons to whom they were paid, (note,). [1776-09-18] . [S5-V2-p0697] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Trumbull. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0698] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Captain Greenhill appointed to ascertain with all possible despatch and secrecy whether the channel of Hudson's river opposite 'to Fort Washington is sufficiently obstructed. [1776-09-17] . [S5-V2-p0699] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Trumbull, Commissary-General. [1776-09-16] . [S5-V2-p0699] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolutions for procuring flour, in pursuance of the letter of the Commissary-General. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0700] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to the Commissary-General. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0700] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Gilbert Livingston, at Poughkeepsie: The chain intended to obstruct the navigation of Hudson's river, granted permission to go to the fortifications in the Highlands tomorrow, Committee of Safety appointed, Committee to dispose of sloop-of-war Montgomery. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0700] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee apponted to wait on General Washington to solicit his assistance and advice in negotiating the exchange of General Woodhull, William Tredwell, Benjamin Ludlum, and Samuel Gale, to be kept in safe custody and separate from each other. [1776-09-18] . [S5-V2-p0701] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report of Committee on disposition of the sloop Montgomerie Letter to Joseph Hallett, agent for prizes. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0702] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee appointed to devise means for the support of the poor, Committee of Safety and Correspondence appointed for that part of the State which lies below the Highlands, A detachment not exceeding twenty men, placed under the control of Nathaniel Sackett, to be used at his discretion, Report of the Committee on the more easy and effectual mode of raising the quotas for garrisoning Forts Constitution and Montgomerie, read and disagreed to. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0702] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Hugh Hughes, Assistant Quarter master-General, September 17. [1776-09-18] . [S5-V2-p0708] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Albany, September 12: The detachment from Cumberland County has not come into the service, Letter from the Committee of Albany, September 16: Express great concern on account of General Schuyler's resignation. [1776-09-12] . [S5-V2-p0703] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler, September 15. [1776-09-16] . [S5-V2-p0703] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Cornelius Glenn, Treasurer of the County of Albany, September 13. [1776-09-13] . [S5-V2-p0704] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report of the Committee to whom it was referred to direct some mode for the relief of debtors confined for debt in the goals of the respective Counties in the State. [1776-09-18] . [S5-V2-p0704] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Agents for building the ships at Poughkeepsie directed to supply such and so much cordage as General Schuyler requires for the Navy on Lake Champlain. [1776-09-19] . [S5-V2-p0705] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Sept.19,Quorum to represent Dutchess County reduced from five to three. [1776-09-17] . [S5-V2-p0705] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee appointed to devise ways and means for preventing the dangers which may arise from the disaffected in the State, Committee appointed to examine and report on present state of the Treasury, A hatter's shop belonging to Mrs. Mary Blood-good, to be repaired for a guard house. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0706] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report of Committee appointed to repair to General Woodhull, on Nassau-Island, to assist in the execution of the orders given to him by the Convention. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0706] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Debtors. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0706] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Draft Re.. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0706] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee appointed to inquire whether any and what bounty is necessary for encouraging the manufacturing of gunpowder Committee appointed to employ proper persons for making discoveries and assays of sulphur, lead, and flint. [1776-09-30] . [S5-V2-p0706] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report of Committee on General Schuyler's letter of the 15th and 16th September. [1776-09-20] . [S5-V2-p0707] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Information given by a Hessian deserter. [1776-09-05] . [S5-V2-p0708] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Albany. [1776-09-16] . [S5-V2-p0708] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0709] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to New-York Delegates in Congress on the resignation of General Schuyler. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0709] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report of Committee on the state of the Treasury. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0710] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

The President, with any five members, to have power to send for any member absent without leave, Isaac Ketchum ordered to be brought, manacled and under a proper guard, before the Convention, Two deserters to be sent to Fort Constitution. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0711] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

A reinforcement to be requested from General Washington, if it can be spared, for the Highlands, Proceedings on the Report of the Committee of a more effectual mode of detecting and defeating the designs of the internal enemies of the State. [1776-09-21] . [S5-V2-p0712] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington, September Two fire-ships to be delivered to such person as General Washington shall appoint to take charge of them. [1776-09-20] . [S5-V2-p0713] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to General Washington: A Committee of Correspondence has been established for sending to, and receiving intelligence from, the Army. [1776-09-20] . [S5-V2-p0713] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee appointed to confer with Captain Cook on completing the obstructions in Hudson's river, Three letters read relative to Tortes and deserters. The disaffected are grown troublesome and impudent, deserters are supported by the disaffected, Letter from Thomas Randall, one of the Marine Committee, September 7, Letter from Thomas Quigley, Mate of the privateer Putnam. [1776-09-21] . [S5-V2-p0713] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Report of the Committee on a more effectual mode of detecting and defeating the designs of the internal enemies of the State, resolved on, and agreed to by the Convention, Committee for the express purpose of inquiring into and detecting conspiracies formed in the State, Order for committing Samuel Gale, Benjamin Ludlum, and William Tredwell, to the officer of the guard, rescinded, and they admitted to bail. [1776-09-21] . [S5-V2-p0714] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolutions on the report of the Committee to confer with Captain Cook on completing the obstructions in Hudson's river, Committee of Safety appointed. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0716] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Abram Ten Broeck elected Chairman, Intelligence of a great fire in the city of New York, Letter from John Barclay, chairman of the Committee of Albany, Memorial of William Tredwell referred to the Committee for detecting conspiracies, etc., Report to be made of all the indigent persons which have been sent into Westchester County. [1776-09-23] . [S5-V2-p0716] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Sept.24, Captain Cregier submits whether it would be proper to keep the schooner General Putnam longer in service, being very much out of repair. [1776-09-24] . [S5-V2-p0718] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Levi Pawling, September 23: Complains of the want of a Surgeon to his Regiment, Letter from General Washington, September 23: Containing a particular account of the manoeuvres of the enemy, 25, Letter from General Scott, giving a particular account of the great fire in New-York, Letter from Messrs. Clark & Nightingale, September 16, relative to two prizes. [1776-09-25] . [S5-V2-p0718] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Colonel Peter R. Livingston elected President, Committee of Safety appointed. [1776-09-26] . [S5-V2-p0719] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Application of Stephen de Lancey, now confined at Hartford, for a horse, said to be taken from him and employed in the Continental Army, rejected, Letter from Captain Thomas Cregier: Relating the condition of the General Putnam and her crew, Committee on directing the mode of the sales of salt. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0720] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Teach Tilghman, Head-Quarters, September. [1776-09-24] . [S5-V2-p0721] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Commissions issued for officers in Mamacotting Precinct, Ulster County. [1776-09-26] . [S5-V2-p0721] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Major Joab Hoisington: Asks that bounty rations and wages for the Rangers may be forwarded. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0721] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deputies from Cumberland fully acknowledge the jurisdiction of the State over that County. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0722] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Teach Tilghman, Head-Quarters, September, All the powder at Wisner's and Livingston's mills to be sent to King's Bridge with all despatch, Letter from Brigadier General Petrus Ten Broeck. [1776-09-27] . [S5-V2-p0722] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Lott. [1776-09-32] . [S5-V2-p0723] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings on the application of Major Hoisington for bounty and pay for the Rangers, Questions asked of the Deputies from Cumberland County, and their answers, Committee appointed on Major Hoisington's letter, The Committee for detecting conspiracies authorized to place guards at such places as they may think proper. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0723] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Account of Waiter Hyer for services done as cooper. [1776-09-14] . [S5-V2-p0725] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Committee of Safety appointed. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0725] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Michael O'Farrell and Richard Gazart, suspected of being deserters, to be confined in the guard-house till further order. [1776-09-27] . [S5-V2-p0726] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

May 30, Memorial of General Joseph Frye. [1775-07-22] . [S5-V2-p0725] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Aug 16, Petition of Jeremiah Colburn and Joshua Eayre, of Penobscot river. [1776-09-16] . [S5-V2-p0729] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Stephen Bussell and others, settlers on the east side of Penobscot river. [1776-8-19] . [S5-V2-p0729] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Selectmen of Waldoborough, for gunpowder. [1776-08-19] . [S5-V2-p0730] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of the Committee of Safety for the town of Cape-Elizabeth. [1776-01-19] . [S5-V2-p0730] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Aug 23, Petition of Jotham Bush, who was disarmed and confined to his homestead farm by the Committee of Shrewsbury. [1776-08-23] . [S5-V2-p0730] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Ichabod Jones. [1776-08-28] . [S5-V2-p0731] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Selectmen of Harpswell. [1776-08-28] . [S5-V2-p0732] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Selectmen of Harpswell. [1775-10-18] . [S5-V2-p0732] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Selectmen of Harpswell. [1775-10-19] . [S5-V2-p0732] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Thomas Edwards. [1776-08-30] . [S5-V2-p0732] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Memorial of Jonas Ball and others, in behalf of John Taylor of Northborough. [1776-08-28] . [S5-V2-p0733] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Jonathan Eddy, William How, and Zebulon Roe, late of Cumberland, in Nova-Scotia. [1776-08-28] . [S5-V2-p0733] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve relative to the brig Rising Empire. [1776-08-30] . [S5-V2-p0734] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve on the petition of John Fox. [1776-08-31] . [S5-V2-p0734] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve on the petition of Ebenezer Beckford and others. [1776-08-31] . [S5-V2-p0734] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve directing Captain Welden to deliver the brig Rising Empire to William Watson, Esq.. [1776-08-31] . [S5-V2-p0734] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve for paying Colonel Abijah Brown. [1776-08-31] . [S5-V2-p0734] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve on the petition of George Williams, Jun., and others. [1776-08-31] . [S5-V2-p0734] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve on the petition of Joseph Sprague and others. [1776-08-31] . [S5-V2-p0734] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve appointing a Committee to view places suitable for erecting furnaces. [1776-08-31] . [S5-V2-p0735] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve to revive actions that were pending in the Inferiour Courts. [1776-08-31] . [S5-V2-p0735] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Sept. 2, Resolve on the petition of Jonathan Eddy and others. [1776-09-02] . [S5-V2-p0735] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve annulling a resolve of the 29th of April, allowing the officers of vessels in the sea service to inlist men out of the sea-coast companies. [1776-09-02] . [S5-V2-p0735] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve appointing a Committee to repair to New-Hampshire to endeavour to get one of the Continental frigates fixed out. [1776-09-02] . [S5-V2-p0736] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve to supply six soldiers in Colonel Dyke's Regiment with guns. [1776-09-02] . [S5-V2-p0736] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve on the petition of Francis Butler. [1776-09-02] . [S5-V2-p0736] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve recommending to the Government of New-Hampshire to pass an act for preventing the exportation of lumber. [1776-09-02] . [S5-V2-p0736] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Aug 29, Petition of Joseph Sprague and others, for gunpowder for the schooner General Gates, William Carlton, Commander. [1776-08-29] . [S5-V2-p0737] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of John Fox. [1776-08-30] . [S5-V2-p0737] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Sept.2, Petition of Joseph North, of a plantation called Gardnerstown, in the County of Lincoln. [1776-09-02] . [S5-V2-p0737] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Thwing. [1776-08-02] . [S5-V2-p0739] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Colburn. [1776-07-29] . [S5-V2-p0740] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Batchelder. [1776-09-02] . [S5-V2-p0740] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Order for the issue of commission to Eleazer Niles, as commander of the brigantine Retaliation. [1776-09-02] . [S5-V2-p0741] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Winthrop. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0741] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Commission issued to Isaac Somes, as commander of the sloop Union. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0741] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders in Council. [1776-09-03] . [S5-V2-p0741] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Charles Goodrich. [1776-09-03] . [S5-V2-p0741] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Council. [1776-09-16] . [S5-V2-p0742] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve for paying Joseph Howland and Timothy Goodwin the balance due for post-riding. [1776-09-03] . [S5-V2-p0743] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Committee of Framingham. [1776-09-04] . [S5-V2-p0743] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Catharine Brinley. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0744] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Catharine Brinley. [1776-09-09] . [S5-V2-p0744] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Benjamin Warren commissioned as commander of the private sloop-of-war Revenge. [1776-09-04] . [S5-V2-p0745] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Nathaniel Freeman commissioned as commander of the sloop Wolfe. [1776-09-04] . [S5-V2-p0745] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve directing the Commissary to deliver Jonathan Eddy and others bread instead of pork. [1776-09-04] . [S5-V2-p0746] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve for the delivery of a 4-pound cannon to Isaac Collier. [1776-09-04] . [S5-V2-p0476] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Joseph Mayhew and Shubael Cattle. [1776-09-05] . [S5-V2-p0746] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Nathaniel Guild. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0746] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Memorandum. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0747] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Committee of Middleborough. [1776-09-02] . [S5-V2-p0747] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve for supplying Captain Plummer's Company with powder, etc.. [1776-09-05] . [S5-V2-p0748] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve for the delivery of six firelocks to Captain Leighton. [1776-09-05] . [S5-V2-p0748] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve for the delivery of four firelocks to Captain Lyman. [1776-09-05] . [S5-V2-p0748] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve for paying Eleazer Spaulding for the loss of a gun. [1776-09-05] . [S5-V2-p0748] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Commission ordered for Thomas Nicholson, as commander of the sloop America. [1776-09-06] . [S5-V2-p0748] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Thomas Cragg. [1776-09-04] . [S5-V2-p0748] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Commission issued to Jonathan Greely as commander of the schooner Speedwell. [1776-09-06] . [S5-V2-p0749] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Walter Logan, Comptroller of the Customs of Perth-Amboy, in New-Jersey. [1776-09-06] . [S5-V2-p0749] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Nathaniel Barstow and Daniel Whitmore, of Sunderland, in the County of Hampshire. [1776-09-06] . [S5-V2-p0750] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Sept.6, Petition of Anne Tweedie and others, lately from the Island of Antigua. [1776-09-07] . [S5-V2-p0750] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve relative to the adjournment of a Maritime Court at Pownalborough. [1776-09-06] . [S5-V2-p0751] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Elisha Hedge, of Marlborough, in the County of Essex. [1776-09-07] . [S5-V2-p0751] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of John Codman, for gunpowder for the schooner Langdon. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0752] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Joseph Sprague and Samuel Ward, for gunpowder for the schooner Dolphin. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0752] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Isaac Collyer. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0752] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve for the payment of wages and rations to Jeremiah Colburn and Samuel Low. [1776-09-07] . [S5-V2-p0752] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve relative to building a barrack on the Gurnet. [1776-09-07] . [S5-V2-p0752] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Choice of an Adjutant for the Second Regiment of Militia in the County of Lincoln. [1776-09-07] . [S5-V2-p0752] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve on the petition of Thomas Nicholson. [1776-09-07] . [S5-V2-p0753] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve on Captain John Parker's muster-roll. [1776-09-07] . [S5-V2-p0753] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Field Officers chosen for the Boston Regiment. [1776-09-07] . [S5-V2-p0753] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Adjutant chosen for the Fourth Regiment of Militia in the County of Middlesex. [1776-09-07] . [S5-V2-p0753] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Benjamin Wormell commissioned as commander of the schooner Viper. [1776-09-09] . [S5-V2-p0753] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Nathaniel Dowse, in behalf of his sister Elizabeth Fenton. [1776-09-09] . [S5-V2-p0754] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Thomas Melville, for powder for the schooner Speedwell. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0754] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of the Committee of Rochester, representing Samuel Sprague as unfriendly to the cause of the Colonies. [1776-09-09] . [S5-V2-p0754] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of David Kemp. [1776-09-09] . [S5-V2-p0755] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve for the payment of Captain Dodge's roll. [1776-09-09] . [S5-V2-p0756] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve for furnishing Caleb Turner's Company with powder, etc.. [1776-09-09] . [S5-V2-p0756] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve for paying Moses Harrington for loss of a gun. [1776-09-09] . [S5-V2-p0756] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve for paying the heirs of Obadiah Adams for loss of a gun. [17769] . [S5-V2-p0756] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve for paying mileage to the Militia called in to the Heights of Dorchester. [1776-09-09] . [S5-V2-p0756] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve for paying Samuel Stockbridge for billeting and mileage of fifty-seven men. [1776-09-09] . [S5-V2-p0756] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve for delivery of powder to Thomas Melvill. [1776-09-09] . [S5-V2-p0757] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve for sale of powder to Jonathan Hobby. [1776-09-09] . [S5-V2-p0757] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve on the petition of John Codman. [1776-09-09] . [S5-V2-p0757] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve on the petition of Joseph Sprague and Samuel Ward. [1776-09-09] . [S5-V2-p0757] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve on the petition of Isaac Collyer. [1776-09-09] . [S5-V2-p0757] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve on the petition of John Winthrop, Jun.. [1776-09-09] . [S5-V2-p0757] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve on the petition of James Swan. [1776-09-09] . [S5-V2-p0757] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Thomas Harris, for powder for schooner America. [1776-09-09] . [S5-V2-p0757] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Commission ordered for Nathaniel Leech, as commander of the sloop Polly. [1776-09-10] . [S5-V2-p0758] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Jedediah Preble, Jun., and Jeremiah Colburn, of Penobscot. [1776-09-10] . [S5-V2-p0758] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Shubael Cottle, in the behalf of. Nathan Smith, Captain of sea-coast men, in Tisbury. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0758] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of William Whiting, for remuneration for his improvements in making saltpetre. [1776-09-10] . [S5-V2-p0759] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve for supplying Dr. Watts with medicines. [1776-09-10] . [S5-V2-p0761] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve for supplying Dr. Watts with medicines. [1776-09-10] . [S5-V2-p0761] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve for paying Militia, raising men, etc.,. [1776-06-10] . [S5-V2-p0761] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve for the delivery of an iron cannon to Joseph Homan. [1776-09-10] . [S5-V2-p0761] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve respecting deserters from the Northern Army. [1776-09-10] . [S5-V2-p0762] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve for raising one-fifth part of the Militia of the State to reinforce the Army at New-York. [1776-09-10] . [S5-V2-p0762] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Ethan Compstock, Second Lieutenant in the Diligent, schooner-of-war. [1776-09-11] . [S5-V2-p0764] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve for paying Samuel Freeman, Clerk of the House. [1776-09-11] . [S5-V2-p0764] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve for paying Wemyss Orrock, Colony agent at Dartmouth, one hundred pounds. [1776-09-11] . [S5-V2-p0764] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve for procuring couriers. [1776-09-11] . [S5-V2-p0764] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Memorial of John Jones in behalf of the Committee of Hopkinton. [1776-09-12] . [S5-V2-p0764] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Memorial of Jeremiah Colburn, of Penobscot. [1776-09-12] . [S5-V2-p0765] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve appointing Richard Derby, Junior, to lay claim to the ship Lord Dartmouth. [1776-09-12] . [S5-V2-p0765] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Sept. 12, Resolve relative to the purchasing cannon of the town of Newburyport. [1776-09-12] . [S5-V2-p0765] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve for placing a guard of thirty men on Penobscot river. [1776-09-02] . [S5-V2-p0765] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve relative to vouchers of accounts against the Continent. [1776-09-12] . [S5-V2-p0765] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve for supplying Martha's Vineyard with three cannon. [1776-09-12] . [S5-V2-p0766] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve permitting Captain Barber's schooner to come to the port of Boston. [1776-09-12] . [S5-V2-p0766] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Commission for Isaac Snow, as commander of the schooner America. [1776-09-13] . [S5-V2-p0766] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Memorial of Thomas Crafts. [1776-09-13] . [S5-V2-p0766] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve directing the Commissary-General to send ammunition to Fairfield. [1776-09-13] . [S5-V2-p0767] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve to alter the rigging, etc., of the Tyrannicide from a sloop to a brig. [1776-09-13] . [S5-V2-p0767] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve for ordering the men drafted from Plymouth and Barnstable brigades to march to Rhode-Island instead of New-York. [1776-09-13] . [S5-V2-p0767] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve on the petition of Richard Mayberry. [1776-09-13] . [S5-V2-p0768] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve for paying Solomon Wood for the loss of his gun. [1776-09-13] . [S5-V2-p0768] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve to furnish the Agent for building the Continental ships with guns for one of them. [1776-09-13] . [S5-V2-p0768] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve on the petition of James McCobb. [1776-09-13] . [S5-V2-p0768] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve on the petition of the Selectmen of Harpswell. [1776-09-13] . [S5-V2-p0768] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Aug 30, Representation from the Committee of Newburyport. [1776-08-30] . [S5-V2-p0768] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Aug 30, Representation from the Committee of Newburyport. [1775-09-14] . [S5-V2-p0769] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Aug 30, Representation from the Committee of Newburyport. [1776-08-16] . [S5-V2-p0769] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Sept.14,Resolve for supplying Thomas Crane with a large copper. [1776-09-14] . [S5-V2-p0769] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve forbidding the sale of two Negroes brought in as prisoners. [1776-09-14] . [S5-V2-p0769] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve appointing Colonel Simons and others to execute in the County of Berkshire the resolve for raising one-fifth of the Militia. [1776-09-14] . [S5-V2-p0770] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Additional resolves for procuring clothing for the Army. [1776-09-14] . [S5-V2-p0770] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve for supplying the ship Boston with cannon. [1776-09-14] . [S5-V2-p0770] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Robert Campbell. [1776-09-16] . [S5-V2-p0770] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Memorial of Richard Adams, of Maduncook, in the County of Lincoln. [1776-09-16] . [S5-V2-p0771] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Juliana James. [1776-09-14] . [S5-V2-p0771] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Benjamin Lincoln chosen to command the Militia. [1776-09-16] . [S5-V2-p0772] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve to continue military commissions in force until the 19th of January, 1777. [1776-09-16] . [S5-V2-p0772] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve for supplying the town of Falmouth with powder and cannon balls. [1776-09-16] . [S5-V2-p0772] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve for procuring whale-boats, etc.. [1776-09-16] . [S5-V2-p0772] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve appointing a Committee to sign and number bills. [1776-09-16] . [S5-V2-p0773] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve directing Committees to return money to the Treasury. [1776-09-06] . [S5-V2-p0773] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve for paying off Captain Wigglesworth's portage bill. [1776-09-16] . [S5-V2-p0773] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve on the petition of Preserved Clap. [1776-09-16] . [S5-V2-p0773] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve for erecting or purchasing an air furnace for casting cannon. [1776-09-16] . [S5-V2-p0773] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Committee of Cambridge. [1776-09-17] . [S5-V2-p0774] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve relative to Nathaniel Brinley. [1776-09-17] . [S5-V2-p0774] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve for a loan to the town of Gouldsborodgh. [1776-09-17] . [S5-V2-p0774] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve appointing Mr. Davis and Colonel Goodwin to sign bills. [1776-09-17] . [S5-V2-p0774] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve on the petition of Jonathan Hale relatvie to receiving saltpetre. [1776-09-17] . [S5-V2-p0774] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve for delivery of household goods to Juliana. [1776-09-17] . [S5-V2-p0774] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve for paying Brigadier Preble weight pounds for the use of two Indians. [1776-09-17] . [S5-V2-p0775] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve on the petition of Shubael Cottle respecting the capture of a vessel. [1776-09-17] . [S5-V2-p0775] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve for recalling the Militia ordered to New-York within the space of two months, etc.. [1776-09-17] . [S5-V2-p0775] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve for the delivery of gunpowder, etc., to Mr. Jeremiah Colborn. [1776-09-17] . [S5-V2-p0776] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve directing Richard Derby to make application to the Superiour Court relative to the ship Queen-of-England. [1776-09-17] . [S5-V2-p0776] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve for granting three of the Judges the sum of eighty pounds each. [1776-09-17] . [S5-V2-p0776] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve on the petition of Richard Adams, of Maduncook. [1776-09-17] . [S5-V2-p0776] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve for paying Daniel Henshaw, Junior, for his services as Deputy Commissary. [1776-09-18] . [S5-V2-p0776] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Sept.18, Resolve for paying the Committee of North-field twenty-seven pounds for the use of prisoners. [1776-09-18] . [S5-V2-p0777] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve for confining John Graves. [1776-09-18] . [S5-V2-p0777] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve excusing the town of Charlestown from furnishing men. [1776-09-18] . [S5-V2-p0777] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve for supplying Brigadier Palmer, to buy cannon at Newburyport. [1776-09-18] . [S5-V2-p0777] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve empowering the Committee of Deerfield to make sale of Nathaniel Dickenson's personal estate. [1776-09-18] . [S5-V2-p0777] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve for furnishing the frigate Hancock with guns, etc.. [1776-09-18] . [S5-V2-p0777] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve to encourage the manufacture of firearms. [1776-09-18] . [S5-V2-p0166] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve on the petition of Nathaniel Guild. [1776-09-18] . [S5-V2-p0778] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve respecting vouchers to the accounts against the Continent. [1776-09-18] . [S5-V2-p0778] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve relative to the Hospital at Sewall's Point. [1776-09-18] . [S5-V2-p0778] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve for staying executions on attachments of Tories' estates. [1776-09-18] . [S5-V2-p0779] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve vesting the Council with certain powers during the recess of the Court. [1776-09-18] . [S5-V2-p0779] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve permitting Jolley Allen to sell part of his effects. [1776-09-18] . [S5-V2-p0779] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve for discharging the two vessels of observation. [1776-09-18] . [S5-V2-p0779] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders in Council to provide supplies for armed vessels. [1776-09-19] . [S5-V2-p0780] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Commission to Andrew Giddings as commander of the brig Civil Usage. [1776-09-19] . [S5-V2-p0780] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders to Alexander Shepard. [1776-09-19] . [S5-V2-p0780] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of officers of the schooner Diligent. [1776-09-20] . [S5-V2-p0780] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of John Frazier, late commander of the prize ship Susanna. [1776-09-20] . [S5-V2-p0781] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders to Colonel Mitchell to take command of five companies of sea-coast men. [1776-09-20] . [S5-V2-p0781] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Lyonel Bradstreet, late commander of the Ship Nolly Frigate, taken by the Hancock and Franklin privateers. [1776-09-20] . [S5-V2-p0782] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of George Ashburn, late Master of the prize ship Isaac. [1776-09-20] . [S5-V2-p0782] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Lyonel Bradstreet, late commander of the Ship Nolly Frigate, taken by the Hancock and Franklin privateers. [1776-09-20] . [S5-V2-p0782] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petiton of Thomas Buckmore, of Concord, Armourer. [1776-09-19] . [S5-V2-p0783] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of William Jenkins, of the city of Bristol, in England. [1776-09-12] . [S5-V2-p0783] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Robert Brown and John Moon, late of the prize ship Rachel, taken by the Tyrannicide. [1776-09-12] . [S5-V2-p0783] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Memorial of Committee of Safety for the County of Sunbury, in Nova-Scotia. [1776-09-24] . [S5-V2-p0785] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Memorial of Committee of Safety for the County of Sunbury, in Nova-Scotia. [1776-09-24] . [S5-V2-p0785] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Memorial of Committee of Safety for the County of Sunbury, in Nova-Scotia. [1776-09-24] . [S5-V2-p0785] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of William Pascall, late of the prize ship Anna Maria, taken by the sloop Revenge. [1776-09-24] . [S5-V2-p0786] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Adam High and Thomas Lemmon, of the prize ship Anna Maria. [1776-09-24] . [S5-V2-p0786] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Commission Issued to Joseph Cunningham, as commander of the sloop phoenix. [1776-09-24] . [S5-V2-p0787] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Commission Issued to Ebenezer Peirce, as commander of the sloop Liberty. [1776-09-24] . [S5-V2-p0787] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Peter Goulay, Carpenter on the Ship Anna Maria. [1776-09-23] . [S5-V2-p0787] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Daniel Donnavan, George Bates, and Mark Sedden. [1776-09-24] . [S5-V2-p0788] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of John Beardwell Barnard, of the prize ship Pecary. [1776-09-24] . [S5-V2-p0788] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of John Emmes, of the prize ship Creighton, taken by the Yankee privateer. [1776-09-24] . [S5-V2-p0788] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of John Brown, of the prize ship Earl of Erroll, taken by two privateers from New-York. [1776-09-21] . [S5-V2-p0789] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resolve for Delivering Gunpowder to John Rowe for the Phoenix. [1776-09-24] . [S5-V2-p0789] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of John Stalker, mariner on board the prize ship Anna Maria. [1776-09-20] . [S5-V2-p0789] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Commission Issued to William Browne, as commander of the Boston. [1776-09-24] . [S5-V2-p0790] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Form of Bond Given by Agent for Captures. [1776-09-24] . [S5-V2-p0790] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Hugh Walker, Archibald Bog, and Robert Park, taken in prize ships. [1776-09-24] . [S5-V2-p0790] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Order for Procuring Cannon for the Ship Boston. [1776-07-25] . [S5-V2-p0791] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

William Nickols Commissioned as Commander of the Schooner Independence. [1776-09-25] . [S5-V2-p0791] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Charles Reid, Taken in a Prize Ship. [1776-09-25] . [S5-V2-p0791] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Alexander Tough and Thomas Mahony, taken in a prize ship. [1776-09-25] . [S5-V2-p0792] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Permission for the Ship William, lately the Creighton, to depart the State in ballast. [1776-09-25] . [S5-V2-p0792] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of William Ross, of Jamaica. [1776-09-03] . [S5-V2-p0792] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of James Hodges, of Aberdeen, in Scotland. [1776-09-26] . [S5-V2-p0793] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of William Emle and James McGill, taken in the prize ship Zachary Bayley. [1776-09-26] . [S5-V2-p0793] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Order for Supplying Captain Samson, of the brigantine Independence, with stores for a cruise. [1776-09-23] . [S5-V2-p0794] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Commission Ordered for the schooner Hope, Walter Hatch, commander. [1776-09-26] . [S5-V2-p0794] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Order to Captain Bangs. [1776-09-26] . [S5-V2-p0795] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Alexander Liddell and Thomas Cremarry. [1776-09-26] . [S5-V2-p0795] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Order for the Payment of the Troops Stationed at Bristol. [1776-09-26] . [S5-V2-p0795] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Commission Ordered for Peter Roberts, Commander of the Schooner Ranger. [1776-09-27] . [S5-V2-p0796] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of James Fulton, late master of the Jean. [1776-09-27] . [S5-V2-p0796] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of James Kennedy, late master of the ship Peggy. [1776-09-25] . [S5-V2-p0797] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Richard Pyne, late captain of the brigantine William. [1776-09-27] . [S5-V2-p0797] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of John Donneston, late master of the ship Ann. [1776-09-27] . [S5-V2-p0798] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Application in Favour of Captain Dudfield. [1776-09-27] . [S5-V2-p0798] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Jacob Bayley Commissioned as Commander of the sloop Putnam. [1776-09-28] . [S5-V2-p0799] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Commission Ordered for John Leach, as Captain of the schooner Dolphin. [1776-09-28] . [S5-V2-p0799] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Order for Supplies for General Washington. [1776-09-28] . [S5-V2-p0799] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of James Dargie. [1776-09-29] . [S5-V2-p0800] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Order for Discharge of Constant Church, an Indian. [1776-09-30] . [S5-V2-p0800] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Order for Supplies for the Sloop Machias Liberty, under the Command of Jeremiah O'Brien. [1776-10-01] . [S5-V2-p0900] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Order for Supplies for Captain Williams, of the sloop Republick, and Captain Clouston, of the sloop Freedom. [1776-10-01] . [S5-V2-p0801] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Commission Ordered for William Le Craw, as Commander of the Schooner Necessity. [1776-10-01] . [S5-V2-p0801] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Memorial of the Town of Spencer: Tortes in the County of Worcester have frequent meetings in large bodies. [1776-10-01] . [S5-V2-p0801] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Joseph Thompson, of Medford, to be restored to the enjoyment of his estate. [1776-10-01] . [S5-V2-p0802] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of David Griffin, of Sheffield, in the County of Berkshire. [1776-08-05] . [S5-V2-p0802] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Committee of Medford, respecting the property of Sir William Pepperell, an absentee. [1776-10-01] . [S5-V2-p0802] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Susannah Leech. [1776-10-01] . [S5-V2-p0803] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Commission Ordered for Edward Rowland, as Commander of the Schooner Sturdy Beggar. [1776-10-01] . [S5-V2-p0803] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Order of Council Respecting Prisoners. [1776-10-01] . [S5-V2-p0803] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Order for Delivering Guns to Captain McNeil. [1776-10-03] . [S5-V2-p0804] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Elias Smith Commissioned as Commander of the Brigantine Washington. [1776-10-03] . [S5-V2-p0804] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

John Wheelwright Commissioned as Commander of the Brigantine Reprisal. [1776-09-30] . [S5-V2-p0804] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Payment of 14 to Captain John Clouston for one month's advance wages to the crew of the sloop Freedom. [1776-09-28] . [S5-V2-p0805] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Memorial of Thomas Cushing, agent for building the Continental frigates. [1776-10-04] . [S5-V2-p0805] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Order Respecting the Three Regiments for Defence of Massachusetts. [1776-10-04] . [S5-V2-p0805] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

October 4, 1776. [1776-10-04] . [S5-V2-p0806] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Ebenezer Porter for permission to remove from Nova Scotia to Salem. [1776-10-04] . [S5-V2-p0806] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Nathan Utley and Others. [1776-10-04] . [S5-V2-p0806] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Richard Valpy. [1776-10-04] . [S5-V2-p0807] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Ebenezer Porter, Nathan Utley, Richard Valpy, and others, permitted to bring their families and effects from NoVa-Scotia to Massachusetts. [1776-10-04] . [S5-V2-p0807] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders to Commanders of the State vessels of war. [1776-10-05] . [S5-V2-p0808] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Memorial of John Anderson, of the River St. John's, in Nova-Scotia. [1776-10-04] . [S5-V2-p0808] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the Earl of Abingdon to the Mayor and Corporation of the borough of Wallingford, England. [1776-10-01] . [S5-V2-p0807] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Silas Deane to the Secret Committee. [1776-10-01] . [S5-V2-p0809] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Reward Offered by the Insurers of London to Seamen for recaptures. [1776-10-01] . [S5-V2-p0811] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Speech of the Governour of Barbadoes to the Council and Assembly of the Island, at the opening of the new session in September. [1776-09-30] . [S5-V2-p0812] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Reply of the Assembly. [1776-10-01] . [S5-V2-p0813] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

The Sentiments of the Several Companies of Militia and Freeholders of Augusta, in Virginia, communicated by the Deputies from the said companies and freeholders to their Representatives in the General Assembly of the Commonwealth. [1776-10-01] . [S5-V2-p0815] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Strictures on the Above, by a Member of the Established Church. [1776-10-01] . [S5-V2-p0815] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Thomas Hughes to Maryland Convention: A company of Volunteers Raised and Officered. [1776-10-01] . [S5-V2-p0817] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Dr. Weisenthall to Maryland Council of Safety: Report of his examination of the saltpetre earths on the south bank of the Potomack. [1776-10-01] . [S5-V2-p0817] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Jesse Hollingsworth to Maryland Council of Safety. [1776-10-01] . [S5-V2-p0818] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Lux and Bowley to Maryland Council of Safety. [1776-10-01] . [S5-V2-p0818] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Intelligence Communicated by Thomas Story to the Committee of Secret Correspondence, which they agree that it is their indispensable duty to keep secret even from Congress. [1776-10-01] . [S5-V2-p0818] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Committee of Secret Correspondence to Silas Deane. [1776-10-01] . [S5-V2-p0819] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Secret Correspondence to William Bingham. [1776-10-01] . [S5-V2-p0822] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Congress. [1776-10-01] . [S5-V2-p0823] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Benjamin Franklin to C. W.F. Dumas: Acknowledging receipt of two packets. [1776-10-01] . [S5-V2-p0823] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Marine Committee to Lieutenant Albertson: Sailing orders. [1776-10-01] . [S5-V2-p0823] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Robert Morris to Maryland Council of Safety: Reasons for not complying with their request for canvas. [1776-10-01] . [S5-V2-p0823] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Armed Vessel Fitting Out in Philadelphia, to be called the Parry. [1776-10-01] . [S5-V2-p0824] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Z. Butler to Roger Sherman: The Indians are disposed for peace, and think it necessary that Westmoreland be appointed to hold their Council at. [1776-10-01] . [S5-V2-p0824] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

A Conference held at Wyoming, or Westmoreland, between Captain John, in behalf of the Six Nations, and Colonel Butler, of the Colony of Connecticut. [1776-10-01] . [S5-V2-p0825] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Howe's Orders for seizing grain, etc., on Long-Island, New-York. [1776-10-01] . [S5-V2-p0825] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Howe's Orders for seizing grain, etc., on Long-Island, New-York. [1776-10-01] . [S5-V2-p0825] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Mrs. De Lancey. [1776-10-01] . [S5-V3-p0894] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to Governour Trumbull. [1776-10-01] . [S5-V2-p0826] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Reed to the Committee of Congress at Head-Quarters to inquire into the state of the Army: Wishes to resign the office of Adjutant-General. [1776-10-01] . [S5-V2-p0826] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Grayson to General Heath: Communicating General Washington's approval of sentences of Court-Martial on James McCormick and others. [1776-10-01] . [S5-V2-p0827] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Reed to General Heath: Requests McCormick to be ordered down under guard, for execution. [1776-10-01] . [S5-V2-p0827] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Reed to General Heath: Fears his letter of this morning has miscarried, repeats the direction respecting McCormick. [1776-10-01] . [S5-V2-p0827] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Tench Tilghman to William Duer: Acquaints him that a frigate came through Hell-Gate last night, and anchored within the mouth of Harlem river: General Lee looked for every day. [1776-10-01] . [S5-V2-p0828] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Heath to General Saltonstall: Begs him to hurry his Militia forward, as they are wanted immediately. [1776-10-01] . [S5-V2-p0828] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Saltonstall to General Heath. [1776-10-01] . [S5-V2-p0828] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Scott to General Gates Recommends to Iris particular attention Monsieur Sennalet, a young gentleman from the French Islands. [1776-10-01] . [S5-V2-p0828] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Joseph Trumbull to the President of Congress: Has drawn for sixty thousand dollars in favour of Colonel Lowry. [1776-10-01] . [S5-V2-p0829] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Safety for Westchester County to the Commanding Officer at Mount Washington: Informing that several companies in Westchester and Dutchess are making ready to go off and join the King's Army. [1776-10-01] . [S5-V2-p0829] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Webb to General Heath: Strictest guard to be kept, to prevent desertions. [1776-10-01] . [S5-V2-p0829] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from William Miller to Captain Osborne: Relative to conspiracies among some persons upon Cortlandt's Manor. [1776-10-01] . [S5-V2-p0829] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

An Account of Ball and Flints Delivered by P. T. Curtenius, before Mr. Norwood's appointment. [1776-10-01] . [S5-V2-p0830] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from John Simpson and others, prisoners on parole, to New-York Convention: Application for subsistence. [1776-10-01] . [S5-V2-p0830] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Prisoners Confined in Morristown Jail. [1776-10-01] . [S5-V2-p0830] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter of Committee of Shawangunk to New-York Convention. [1776-10-01] . [S5-V2-p0831] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Lieutenant Alger to New-York Convention: Requests the command of a company of Marines on board the ship Montgomery. [1776-10-01] . [S5-V2-p0831] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General James Clinton to General Washington: Butter seized on suspicion of being meant for the enemy. [1776-10-01] . [S5-V2-p0832] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to General Washington: Commending to his notice two Cayuga Sachems. [1776-10-01] . [S5-V2-p0832] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to General Gates: It is probable that a blow is meditated on Fort George. Has had no answer to any letter to Congress since July. [1776-10-01] . [S5-V2-p0833] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel De Hart to Governour Livingston: Advises that measures be adopted to prevent the Province being deprived of six or seven hundred good Jersey arms, the very best guns ou the Continent. [1776-10-01] . [S5-V2-p0833] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Hartley to General Gates: General Arnold seems very uneasy that the galleys do not come down, as he every moment expects the enemy. [1776-10-01] . [S5-V2-p0834] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Arnold to General Gates: Hopes to be excused, after the requisitions so often made, if with five hundred men, half naked, he should not be able to beat the enemy with seven thousand men, well clothed, and a naval force near equal to iris. [1776-10-01] . [S5-V2-p0834] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Examination of Sergeant Stiles, sent on a scout to Isle-aux-Noix, October 1. [1776-10-01] . [S5-V2-p0835] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Memorandum of Articles which have been repeatedly wrote for by General Arnold, and which he is in the extremest want of, October 1. [1776-10-01] . [S5-V2-p0835] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Barrett to General Gates. [1776-10-01] . [S5-V2-p0835] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Joseph Hawley to General Gates: Suggesting the necessity of timely provision of snow-shoes for the Northern Army. [1776-10-01] . [S5-V2-p0836] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Trumbull to Massachusetts Council: Application for one ton of sulphur. [1776-10-01] . [S5-V2-p0836] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Nathaniel Shaw to General Washington: Sends nine markees and ninety seven common tents, in addition to seventy-two shipped the 29th ultimo. [1776-10-01] . [S5-V2-p0836] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Thomas King. [1776-10-01] . [S5-V2-p0837] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Stephen Hopkins to John Adams: Intercedes for tim release of a strange group of about fourteen prisoners, confined in Somerset County, in the Jerseys. [1776-10-01] . [S5-V2-p0837] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Jeremiah O'Brien, on behalf of himself and crew of the sloop Machias Liberty. [1776-10-01] . [S5-V2-p0800] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of Joshua Orne, of Marblehead, for a commission of the armed schooner Necessity. [1776-10-01] . [S5-V2-p0801] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Commodore Hopkins to Rev. Samuel Hopkins: He did not enter into the Navy as a divine, and is not qualified to act nor give directions concerning the morals of the people belonging to the Navy, desires to have a chaplain but has not been able to get one. [1776-10-01] . [S5-V2-p0837] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from John Avery to President of Congress. [1776-10-01] . [S5-V2-p0837] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extract of a Letter Received in London, dated Halifax, Nova-Scotia: Captures made by the American privateers. [1776-10-01] . [S5-V2-p0837] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Maryland Council of Safety to Colonel Smallwood: Are desirous of having a particular account of the troops under his command. [1776-10-02] . [S5-V2-p0838] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Maryland Council of Safety to Colonel Hughes. [1776-10-01] . [S5-V2-p0838] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Maryland Council of Safety to Messrs. Cravath and Dugan: They wish to purchase the schooner Ninety-Two. [1776-10-02] . [S5-V2-p0838] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the President of Congress to the Assemblies of the southern States: Urging the importance of a full representation in Congress. [1776-10-02] . [S5-V2-p0838] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the President of Congress to the Assemblies of the northern States. [1776-10-02] . [S5-V2-p0839] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the President of Congress to General Washington. [1776-10-02] . [S5-V2-p0839] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Committee of Secret Correspondence to Silas Deane: Transmitting a treaty of commerce and. alliance with France, and other important papers. [1776-10-02] . [S5-V2-p0839] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Caesar Rodney to Thomas Rodney: Mr. Moylan has resigned his commission of Quartermaster-General, as unable to conduct the business of so many troops. General Mifflin has accepted the office. [1776-10-02] . [S5-V2-p0840] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Advertisement for Volunteers for the floating battery, in the Delaware river. [1776-10-02] . [S5-V2-p0841] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to the President of Congress. [1776-10-02] . [S5-V2-p0841] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders: Head-Quarters, at Harlem Heights, October 1 to 4. [1776-10-01] . [S5-V2-p0842] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders: Head-Quarters, at Harlem Heights, October 1 to 4. [1776-10-02] . [S5-V2-p0843] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders: Head-Quarters, at Harlem Heights, October 1 to 4. [1776-10-03] . [S5-V2-p0844] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders: Head-Quarters, at Harlem Heights, October 1 to 4. [1776-10-04] . [S5-V2-p0844] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Heath to General Saltonstall. [1776-10-02] . [S5-V2-p0844] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Reed to General Heath: Desires him to make the witnesses attend in the affair of Scott and Weimer, who will probably escape, as by one means or other all such rascals do. The Captain who suffered McCormick to escape to be put under close arrest and tried immediately. [1776-10-02] . [S5-V2-p0845] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Heath to Major Backus: Information having been received that several companies are forming to join General Howe, guards and sentinels must be very alert. [1776-10-02] . [S5-V2-p0845] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Ezra Thompson to New-York Convention: Report of his attendance at the mines. [1776-10-02] . [S5-V2-p0845] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Evert Bancker to John S. Hobart: Desires him to supply Captain Rogers with as much money as may be necessary to fit out the privateer Montgomerie. [1776-10-02] . [S5-V2-p0845] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Evert Bancker to the New-York Marine Committee: Captain Rogers's men are unwilling to proceed on their cruise till the wages due them are paid. [1776-10-02] . [S5-V2-p0846] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Instructions to Captain William Rogers. [1776-10-02] . [S5-V2-p0846] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to Governour Trumbull: The line of conduct which Congress held with him will put it out of his power to continue in any publick office where the appointment must come immediately from them. [1776-10-02] . [S5-V2-p0846] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Gates to General Arnold. [1776-10-02] . [S5-V2-p0847] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Trumbull to General Washington: Hopes the State will in a proper manner discover their resentments against the deserters. Asks his advice in appointing officers for the new Army. [1776-10-02] . [S5-V2-p0847] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Connecticut Council of Safety. [1776-10-02] . [S5-V2-p0848] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from John L. C. Roome to Governour Trumbull: Asks the liberty of waiting on him, either on parole or with such person as may be thought proper. [1776-10-02] . [S5-V2-p0849] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extract of a letter from Boston to a gentleman in London: Arrival of a French ship with sixty-two guns sent out by Silas Deane. [1776-10-02] . [S5-V2-p0849] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Silas Deane to C. W. F. Dumas: Has obtained a method of sounding the sentiments of the King of Prussia, which, voluntarily offering, he has accepted. [1776-10-03] . [S5-V2-p0849] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from William Aylett, Deputy Commissary-General, to John Adams: On the business of his office. [1776-10-03] . [S5-V2-p0850] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the President of Congress to Joseph Trumbull. [1776-10-03] . [S5-V2-p0851] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Committee of Secret Correspondence to William Hedge, Jan.: Directing him to buy and man a frigate in France, to cruise in the English Channel. [1776-10-03] . [S5-V2-p0851] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Committee of Secret Correspondence to William Hedge, Jan., bearer of despatches to Mr. Dearie. [1776-10-03] . [S5-V2-p0852] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Bearer. [1776-10-03] . [S5-V2-p0852] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Marine Committee to Messrs. Hewes and Smith: Desire them to ship one hundred barrels coal tar, two tons tallow in barrels, and twelve barrels rosin, for the use of the Navy. [1776-10-03] . [S5-V2-p0853] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Livingston to the President of Congress: Representing state of prisoners in Somerset goal, who are in a deplorable condition for want of clothes. [1776-10-03] . [S5-V2-p0853] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Grayson to General Heath: Desires him to make himself entirely acquainted with the grounds where there is any probability the enemy will make an impression. [1776-10-03] . [S5-V2-p0853] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Grayson to General Heath: It is of the last importance for him and his officers to be well acquainted with the grounds leading from places where the enemy may land to his several posts. [1776-10-03] . [S5-V2-p0854] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Rufus Putnam to General Washington. [1776-10-03] . [S5-V2-p0892] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

An establishment for a corps of Engineers, Artificers, etc.. [1776-10] . [S5-V2-p0893] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Teach Tilghman to Egbert Benson: Is sorry that the Convention do not think themselves legally authorized to make examples of those villains they have apprehended, the General is determined if he can bring some of them in his hands under the denomination of spies, to execute them. [1776-10-03] . [S5-V2-p0854] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extract of a letter from Harlem: The corn, hay, etc., which lay on Harlem Plains was brought off yesterday in sight of the enemy: five French officers came to the camp this week. [1776-10-03] . [S5-V2-p0855] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Heath to Colonel Chester: Disposition of troops to be observed in case the enemy make an attack. [1776-10-03] . [S5-V2-p0855] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General James Clinton to New-York Convention: Stoppages for expenses of taking up thirteen men in Captain Johnson's company. [1776-10-03] . [S5-V2-p0856] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General James Clinton to New-York Convention: Stoppages for expenses of taking up thirteen men in Captain Johnson's company. [1776-06-18] . [S5-V2-p0856] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General James Clinton to New-York Convention: Stoppages for expenses of taking up thirteen men in Captain Johnson's company. [1776-06-27] . [S5-V2-p0857] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General James Clinton to New-York Convention: Stoppages for expenses of taking up thirteen men in Captain Johnson's company. [1776-08-12] . [S5-V2-p0857] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from William McKerman to Richard Peters. [1776-10-03] . [S5-V2-p0857] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to the President of Congress: If Congress has not determined that he never should be honoured with a line from them, he shall hope one acknowledging the receipt of his of this day, he has ordered the express to wait one day for an answer, and then to return. [1776-10-03] . [S5-V2-p0857] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Return of officers of Colonel Nicholson's Regiment, April 15. [1776-04-15] . [S5-V2-p0857] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to the President of Congress. [1776-10-03] . [S5-V2-p0858] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to General Gates. [1776-10-03] . [S5-V2-p0859] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Cortlandt to General Gates: Asks leave of absence for six or seven days. [1776-10-03] . [S5-V2-p0860] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Gates to General Arnold: Takes it for granted he will consult with General Waterbury and Colonel Wigglesworth, and with them determine when it is the proper season to retire up the Lake. [1776-10-03] . [S5-V2-p0860] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Trumbull to Commodore Hopkins. [1776-10-03] . [S5-V2-p0861] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Philip Skene to Governour Trumbull. [1776-10-03] . [S5-V2-p0861] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Ward to General Washington: Requesting him to forward such receipts as are necessary for settlement of accounts for purchasing arms. [1776-10-03] . [S5-V2-p0861] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Memorandum of moneys paid to purchase arms. [1776-10-03] . [S5-V2-p0862] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Richard Derby to Massachusetts Council: Arrival of Captain Souther with a prize, having on board a captain and twenty privates of the Sixteenth Regiment of Dragoons, with their horses and accoutrements. [1776-10-03] . [S5-V2-p0943] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Massachusetts Council to General Washington: Transmitting copy of a letter from Richard Derby. [1776-10-03] . [S5-V2-p0943] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Massachusetts Council to Richard Derby. [1776-10-03] . [S5-V2-p0943] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Prize sent into Boston by Captain Whipple. [1776-10-03] . [S5-V2-p0863] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Robert Gordon (dated Cork, Ireland) to Thomas White: Intelligence of American privateers. [1776-10-04] . [S5-V2-p0863] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter to Captain Cooke to Maryland Council of Safety: Has taken two prizes, list of vessels stationed off St. Augustine, and Coxspur in Georgia. [1776-10-04] . [S5-V2-p0863] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the President of Congress to General Washington. [1776-10-04] . [S5-V2-p0864] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the President of Congress to General Schuyler: The Congress have fully expressed their sense of his past conduct, and their determination to do his character that justice which he has a right to expect from them, at the same time they cannot give their consent to his reiring from the Army in its present situation. [1776-10-04] . [S5-V2-p0864] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Marine Committee to William Bingham. [1776-10-04] . [S5-V2-p0864] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from John Adams to Mrs. Adams: The proceedings of the late Convention of Pennsylvania are not well liked by the best of the Whigs. [1776-10-04] . [S5-V2-p0864] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Brutus to the People of Pennsylvania: On the oath prescribed by the new Constituion (note,). [1776-10-02] . [S5-V2-p0864] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

A Friend to Truth and the People to Brutus (note,). [17776-10-02] . [S5-V2-p0865] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Observations on Finance, by Pelatiah Webster. [1776-10-04] . [S5-V2-p0434] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Act of New-Jersey to punish Traitors and disaffected persons. [1776-10] . [S5-V2-p0865] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extract of a letter from Head-Quarters at Bergen: Tomorrow they evacuate Bergen, a measure which will first be condemned, and afterwards approved of. [1776-10-04] . [S5-V2-p0867] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Howe to General Washington: It rests with him to see the agreement between Captain Forster and General Arnold fulfilled, or to return the prisoners given up by Captain Forster. [1776-10-04] . [S5-V2-p0893] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to the President of Congress: On the measures necessary to be pursued in the formation of the new Army. [1776-10-04] . [S5-V2-p0867] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to General Schuyler. [1776-10-04] . [S5-V2-p0869] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Harrison to General Heath. [1776-10-04] . [S5-V2-p0869] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Reed to General Heath. [1776-10-04] . [S5-V2-p0869] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Tench Tilghman to William Duer: Greene is, beyound a doubt, a first rate military genius, and one in whose opinions the General places the utmost confidence. [1776-10-04] . [S5-V2-p0870] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Return of officers in Colonel Chester's Regiment. [1776-10-03] . [S5-V2-p0870] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

List of commissioned officers in Colonel Newcomb's Regiment. [1776-10-04] . [S5-V2-p0871] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

List of the names of the officers in Colonel Nicoll's Regiment. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0871] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

True state of the officers in Colonel Swartwout's Regiment. [1776-10-04] . [S5-V2-p0871] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Return of officers in Colonel Tyler's Regiment. [1776-10-04] . [S5-V2-p0872] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Officers in Colonel Graham's Regiment fit for duty. [1776-10-04] . [S5-V2-p0872] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

List of officers in Colonel Thomas Thomas's Regiment. [1776-10-04] . [S5-V2-p0872] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Return of officers in Colonel Cunningham's Regiment. [1776-10-05] . [S5-V2-p0873] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

List of officers in Colonel Andrew Ward's Regiment. [1776-10-05] . [S5-V2-p0873] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Return of officers in Colonel Paul D. Sargent's Regiment. [1776-10-04] . [S5-V2-p0874] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Colonel Lasher's list of officers. [1776-10-04] . [S5-V2-p0875] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Colonel Hardenberg's list of officers. [1776-10-04] . [S5-V2-p0875] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Return of the Field Officers in Colonel Sargent's Brigade. [1776-10-05] . [S5-V2-p0875] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Return of names of officers in Colonel Samuel Wyllys's Regiment. [1776-10-04] . [S5-V2-p0876] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Return of officers in Colonel Jonathan Ward's Regiment. [1776-10-04] . [S5-V2-p0876] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Return of officers. [1776-10-04] . [S5-V2-p0877] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Return of officers in Colonel Huntington's Regiment. [1776-10-05] . [S5-V2-p0877] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Return of the officers in Colonel Forman's Battalion. [1776-10-05] . [S5-V2-p0877] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Return of Field Officers in General Wadsworth's Brigade. [1776-10-03] . [S5-V2-p0878] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Return of officers in Colonel Haller's Battalion. [1776-10-05] . [S5-V2-p0878] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Return of officers in Colonel Brodhead's Rifle Regiment. [1776-10-04] . [S5-V2-p0878] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Return of officers in Colonel Selden's Regiment, that are now in camp. [1776-10-04] . [S5-V2-p0879] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Return of officers in Colonel Magaw's Battalion. [1776-10-04] . [S5-V2-p0879] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Return of officers of First Battalion Pennsylvania Rifle Regiment. [1776-10-04] . [S5-V2-p0879] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Return of officers of late Colonel Selden's Regiment. [1776-10-04] . [S5-V2-p0880] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

List of officers in camp of Colonel William Douglas's Regiment. [1776-10-04] . [S5-V2-p0880] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Return of officers that are absent in Colonel Smith's Regiment. [1776-10-04] . [S5-V2-p0880] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Return of Colonel Cadwallader's officers. [1776-10-04] . [S5-V2-p0880] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Return of officers in Colonel William Prescott's Regiment. [1776-10-04] . [S5-V2-p0881] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Return of Officers in the Second Battalion of General Scott's Brigade. [1776-10-04] . [S5-V2-p1060] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Return of Officers in the Regiment late Colonel M'Dougall's. [1776-10-04] . [S5-V2-p1060] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Return of Officers in Colonel Ritzema's Battalion. [1776-10-04] . [S5-V2-p1060] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Return of Officers in Colonel Smallwood's Battalion. [1776-10-04] . [S5-V2-p1061] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Haslet to Thomas Rodney: Account of the battle of Long-Island, August 27. [1776-10-04] . [S5-V2-p0881] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings of a Court-Martial held at Mount Washington, for the trial of Mr. Campney, Wagonmaster-General. [1776-10-04] . [S5-V2-p0882] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Heath to Captain Stewart: Directing him to arrest Justice Palmer, Mr. Read, and Mr. Underhill, and deliver them to the Convention of New-York. [1776-10-04] . [S5-V2-p0882] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings of a General Court-Martial held in General Heath's division: Trial of Ensign Benjamin Snow. [1776-10-04] . [S5-V2-p0883] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Notification to call a Town-Meeting at New-Marlborough County, New-York. [1776-10-04] . [S5-V2-p0883] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from William Miller to Captain Osborne: Has received an urgent order for the detection of Conspirators, and is empowered to call out any part of the Militia to his assistance. [1776-10-04] . [S5-V2-p0883] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from New-York Convention to the President of Congress: Return thanks for one hundred thousand dollars advanced to the State. [1776-10-04] . [S5-V2-p0884] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Seth Warner to the President of Congress: Entreats that there may be no longer delay in settling his accounts. [1776-10-04] . [S5-V2-p0884] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Gates to General Schuyler: No good reason can retard the immediate march of Colonel Dayton's Regiment to Fort George. [1776-10-04] . [S5-V2-p0885] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Gates to John Carter: Again requests the Commissioners of Publick Accounts to come to Ticonderoga, if that request is not complied with he shall be under the necessity of acquainting Congress that their order is wanting to bring them there. [1776-10-04] . [S5-V2-p0885] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Reuben Plum published by the Middletown (Connecticut) Committee as an enemy to the United States. [1776-10-04] . [S5-V2-p0885] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Richard Miller, who had taken a commission under Genral Howe, shot on Long-Island, prize ship from Jamaica sent into port. [1776-10-04] . [S5-V2-p0886] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Massachusetts Council to General Ward: Have given directions to replace the cannon on Dorchester Heights: the three regiments raised for the defence of the State put under his direction. [1776-10-04] . [S5-V2-p0886] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Maryland Council of Safety to Jesse Hollingsworth: Desire him to purchase as soon as possible, on account of the Province, nine hundred barrels of superfine flour, and twenty hogsheads of tobacco. [1776-10-05] . [S5-V2-p0886] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Maryland Council of Safety to Messrs. Lux and Bowley: On contracting to make cordage for the armed vessels. [1776-10-05] . [S5-V2-p0887] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of a majority of Captain Richard Chew's company of Militia to the Convention of Maryland. [1776-10-05] . [S5-V2-p0887] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Deposition. [1776-10-05] . [S5-V2-p0887] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Thompson to General Washington: The wants of the prisoners being many he procured them credit with Mr. Truman, at Quebeck, and for the payment of which he has made himself liable. [1776-10-05] . [S5-V2-p0888] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Lee daily expected at Philadelphia from the southward. [1776-10-05] . [S5-V2-p0888] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Philadelphia Committee: Allotment of salt to the townships of Philadelphia County. [1776-10-05] . [S5-V2-p0888] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to Governour Henry: Retreat form Long-Island and New-York, evils of short inlistments, recomends row-galleys for defence, urges care in the appointemnt of officers. [1776-10-05] . [S5-V2-p0888] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to the President of Congress: Could wish them to reconsider their refusal to recognize the agreement between Captain Forster and General Arnold, and to carry it into execution: Recommends the establishment of a Board of Engineers: It has become absolutely necessary that Congress should determine the mode by which promotions are regulated. [1776-10-05] . [S5-V2-p0890] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to General James Clinton: Advises that the butter taken from Mr Conner be sent to the Commissary-General, who will pay the current price. [1776-10-05] . [S5-V2-p0894] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to Govenour Livingston: Wishes an exact return of the British prisoners in New-Jersey. [1776-10-05] . [S5-V2-p0894] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Reed to General Beall: Requests a reconsideration by the Court-Martial of the decision in the case of Captain Weisner. [1776-10-05] . [S5-V2-p0895] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Beall to Colonel Reed: The Court with surprise and concern considered the remarks of his Excellency on the opinion in the trial of Captain Weisner, they conceive the judgment they have given in the case consistent with their duty as officers and the rules for the government of the Army. [1776-10-06] . [S5-V2-p0895] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Tench Tilghman to William Duer: The enemy this morning sent a small party over and took possession of Harlem. [1776-10-05] . [S5-V2-p0896] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extract of a letter from Colonel John Haslet to General Caesar Rodney: Suggests that he cannot lay out a part of his ample fortune to more noble purposes than in serving his country. [1776-10-05] . [S5-V2-p0896] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Heath to Captain Pain, directing him to apprehend Samuel Smith, and convey him to King's Bridge for examination. [1776-10-05] . [S5-V2-p0896] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Return of the officers present and absent of the First Regiment of Foot, commanded by Colonel Edward Hand. [1776-10-05] . [S5-V2-p0897] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Return of the Field Officers of the Maryland Flying-Camp. [1776-10-05] . [S5-V2-p0897] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Return of the Field Officers absent and present of the regiment stationed at De Lancey's Mills, under the command of Colonel Hand. [1776-10-05] . [S5-V2-p0897] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Return of the officers of the Delaware Regiment. [1776-10-04] . [S5-V2-p0898] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Return of the Field Officers in the Pennsylvania Battalions encamped near Head-Quarters. [1776-10-05] . [S5-V2-p0898] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Return of officers fit for duty in Colonel Martin's Regiment. [1776-10-05] . [S5-V2-p0899] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Return of officers of Colonel Richardson's Regiment. [1776-10-05] . [S5-V2-p0900] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

List of the officers belonging to Colonel Philip's Battalion of Jersey Levies. [1776-10-05] . [S5-V2-p0900] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Duty return of General Wadsworth's Brigade. [1776-10-05] . [S5-V2-p0901] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Return of Field Officers of First Virginia Regiment. [1776-10-05] . [S5-V2-p0901] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

List of the Field Officers in General Heard's Brigade. [1776-10-05] . [S5-V2-p0901] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Return of the names of the officers in the Twenty-Seventh Regiment commanded by Colonel Israel Hutchinson. [1776-10-05] . [S5-V2-p0901] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

List of the names of the Field Officers in General Fellows's Brigade. [1776-10-05] . [S5-V2-p0902] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Return of the names of the officers in the late Colonel Gay's Regiment. [1776-10-05] . [S5-V2-p0902] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Return of officers in Colonel Ewing's Battalion of Maryland Forces, raised for the Flying-Camp. [1776-10-05] . [S5-V2-p0903] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Return of the absent officers in the Tenth Regiment, under the command of Samuel Prentice. [1776-10-05] . [S5-V2-p0903] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

List of the names of the officers in Colonel Sage's Regiment, in camp. [1776-10-05] . [S5-V2-p0904] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Return of officers in Colonel Silliman's Regiment. [1776-10-05] . [S5-V2-p0904] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Return of officers that are absent in Colonel Jonathan Smith's Regiment. [1776-10-05] . [S5-V2-p0904] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Return of the commissioned officers in the Twenty-First Regiment who are absent. [1776-10-05] . [S5-V2-p0905] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

List of the officers' names absent belonging to Colonel William Douglass's Regiment. [1776-10-05] . [S5-V2-p0905] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Companies in the regiment of Artillery commanded by Henry Knox. [1776-10-05] . [S5-V2-p0905] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Return of officers of the First Virginia Regiment, commanded by James Read. [1776-10-05] . [S5-V2-p0906] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Return of officers in Colonel Samuel Drake's Regiment, fit and unfit for duty. [1776-10-05] . [S5-V2-p0906] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Return of Officers in Colonel Varnum's Regiment. [1776-10-05] . [S5-V2-p1061] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Weekly return of the regiments of Horse and Foot in the service of the United States of America, under the immediate command of General Washington. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0907] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Return of a regiment of Artillery, commanded by Colonel Knox. [1776-10-05] . [S5-V2-p0909] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Return of two brigades of Militia from Connecticut and Rhode-Island. [1776-10-05] . [S5-V2-p0909] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to General Gates: It seems hard that Congress should have gone into an inquiry in the affairs of Canada without giving him notice. The exculpatory resolve in favour of General Wooster, and total silence with respect to himself, must indicate to the publick that he is capable. [1776-10-05] . [S5-V2-p0909] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Samuel Mabbett to the New-York Convention: Begs to be permitted to keep two hundred and fifty bushel of salt for salting beef and pork. [1776-10-05] . [S5-V2-p0911] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Easton to the President of Congress: Earnestly prays that the Commissioners from Congress may be fully authorized to settle the accounts laid before them: a general complaint among officers of all ranks as well as soldiers is heard against General Arnold, and it is hoped he will ere long meet the just demerit of his deeds. [1776-10-05] . [S5-V2-p0911] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Tyron County Committee to Messrs. Parris, Moore, and others: Are under absolute necessity for money. [1776-10-05] . [S5-V2-p0911] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Trumbull to General Gates: Asks to be furnished with the names of such officers in the Northern Army as are willing to serve in the new Army, and are fit for the service. [1776-10-05] . [S5-V2-p0912] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Benjamin Paine to Governour Trumbull. [1776-10-05] . [S5-V2-p0912] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Cooke to General Washington: It has been concluded to stop the march of Colonel Richardson's battalion, and to permit such of the men as should incline to inlist in the Continental navy. [1776-10-05] . [S5-V2-p0912] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Commodore Hopkins to Governour Trumbull: The Alfred and Hamden are ready, the two new frigates will be ready in about a week, if they can be manned. [1776-10-05] . [S5-V2-p0913] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Commodore Hopkins to John Bradford: Empowers him to act as agent till further orders. [1776-10-05] . [S5-V2-p0914] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Massachusetts Council to General Washington: Seven of the Penobscot tribe of Indians have inlisted for one year, have not as yet any certain intelligence whether any can be depended upon from the St. John's of the Mickmacks tribe. [1776-10-05] . [S5-V2-p0914] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from a gentleman in Boston to his friend in the country: A few thoughts on the late conference between Lord Howe and a Committee of the Continental Congress. [1776-10-05] . [S5-V2-p0914] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Arrival of a vessel at Portsmouth from Bordeaux: Informs that the French custom-house officers permitted the American vessels to pass without examination, while the English vessels were all searched. [1776-10-05] . [S5-V2-p0916] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Silas Deane to C. W. F. Dumas. [1776-10-06] . [S5-V2-p0916] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extract of a letter from Bilboa: An order has been obtained by which all American vessels are allowed to enter the Spanish ports without distinction, whether privateers or merchantmen. [1776-10-06] . [S5-V2-p0917] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Lewis to the President of Congress. [1776-10-06] . [S5-V2-p0918] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Patterson to Caesar Rodney. [1776-10-06] . [S5-V2-p0918] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to General Howe: Congress, to whom he is amenable, have taken upon themselves the consideration of the agreement between General Arnold and General Forster. [1776-10-06] . [S5-V2-p0919] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Webb to General Heath: Boats were moving up the Sound the most of the night. [1776-10-06] . [S5-V2-p0919] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Scott to General Heath: Has received the order of battle, thinks he ought to take the right, as he knows of but two Brigadiers in the Army, Stirling and Mifflin, that rank before him. [1776-10-06] . [S5-V2-p0919] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Tench Tilghman to William Duer: The enemy did not give the trouble of removing them from Harlem last evening: they went off themselves. The American troops have evacuated Bergen. [1776-10-06] . [S5-V2-p0920] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Joseph Trumbull to the President of Congress: As to salt and salted provisions he shall immediately take effectual care, the only danger he apprehends is for want of salt. [Undated] . [S5-V2-p0920] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Captain Cluggage to Colonel Hand: Resigns his commission of eldest Captain, on account of the promotion of a junior officer over his head to the rank of Major. [1776-10-06] . [S5-V2-p0921] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extract of a letter from John Jay to Gouverneur Morris: Plan of defence he would have pursued had he been vested with absolute power. [1776-10-06] . [S5-V2-p0921] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to the President of Congress: Thinks it extremely extra-judicial to determine on his conduct as an officer, without giving him an opportunity of defending himself. [1776-10-06] . [S5-V2-p0921] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to General Washington: He does not apprehend that the enemy will be able to do any thing of consequence to the northward, unless they should suspend their operations until inlistments of the troops expire. [1776-10-06] . [S5-V2-p0922] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to General Gates: Is happy to find that he is so well supplied with provisions. [1776-10-06] . [S5-V2-p0923] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Dr. Stringer to General Gates: Has met with the greatest success in procuring medicines. [1776-10-06] . [S5-V2-p0923] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Christopher Yates to General Gates. [1776-10-06] . [S5-V2-p0923] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Henry J. Van Rensselaer to General Gates: Resignation of Commissary of Forage. [1776-10-06] . [S5-V2-p0924] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter of Joseph Hawley to General Gates: The country are made vastly uneasy at being informed that there is scarce any medicines for the sick, and that it is rare that any rations are dealt out to the privates but meat and bread, or any money paid in lieu of the other articles, he has between fifty and sixty pair of snow-shoes. [1776-10-06] . [S5-V2-p0924] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Ward to General Washington, enclosing an account of plaids and military stores in the possession of John Bradford, agent for Continental prizes. [1776-10-06] . [S5-V2-p0924] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Ward to General Washington, enclosing an account of plaids and military stores in the possession of John Bradford, agent for Continental prizes. [1776-10-06] . [S5-V2-p0924] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Prime Minister of Spain to the Commissary of Marine: Directing him immediately to put Captain Lee at full liberty, returning him all his papers, and permitting him to purchase what provisions and goods he needs to return to America, but without assisting him in any prohibited articles. [1776-10-07] . [S5-V2-p0917] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Armstrong to the President of Congress: Is on his way to the northward, the English shipping which lay at Cape Fear are entirely gone off, have first burnt three vessels unfit for service. [1776-10-07] . [S5-V2-p0924] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Hawkins to Maryland Council of Safety: Is under the necessity of informing of the misbehavior of the Twelfth Battalion. [1776-10-07] . [S5-V2-p0925] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings of Baltimore Committee. [1776-10-07] . [S5-V2-p0925] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Committee of Congress to New-York Convention: Send ten thousand dollars for the purchase of soldiers' clothes. [1776-10-07] . [S5-V2-p0925] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Committee of Congress to New-York Convention: Send ten thousand dollars for the purchase of soldiers' clothes. [1776-09-25] . [S5-V2-p0926] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Committee of Congress to New-York Convention: Send them the hundred thousand dollars voted to the State by Congress. [1776-10-07] . [S5-V2-p0926] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Committee of Congress to New-York Convention: Send them the hundred thousand dollars voted to the State by Congress. [1776-10-07] . [S5-V2-p0926] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Account of the cruise of an American sloop-of-war. [1776-10-07] . [S5-V2-p0926] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to the President of Congress: Is under no small difficulty on account of the French gentlemen, having no means to employ them. [1776-10-07] . [S5-V2-p0927] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to the Governour-General of the French part of St. Domingo, October 7: Has ordered the immediate release of Monsieur Dechambault. [1776-10-07] . [S5-V2-p0928] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings of a Court-Martial of the Line held on the Heights of Harlem by order of General Washington. [1776-10-07] . [S5-V2-p0929] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings of a Court-Martial held by adjournment, by order of General Heath. [1776-10-07] . [S5-V2-p0930] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Tench Tilghman to William Duer: Anchors and cable will be wanted to moor the boats in order to throw a bridge over Harlem river. [1776-10-07] . [S5-V2-p0931] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from John Field to New-York Convention: The raising a company of Rangers, or County guards, in the southern part of Dutchess County is very necessary. [1776-10-07] . [S5-V2-p0931] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from New-York Convention to Albany Committee: Request them to apply for the use of the stove in the Presbyterian church, with the pipes and fixtures: they will either retrun the same or order another to be cast with all despatch. [1776-10-07] . [S5-V2-p0931] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter with General Schuyler to General Washington: All the nails he can procure are insufficient for the works at Tyconderoga. [1776-10-07] . [S5-V2-p0932] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to Robert Yates. [1776-10-07] . [S5-V2-p0932] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to New-York Convention. [1776-10-07] . [S5-V2-p0932] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Samuel Mott to Governour Trumbull: In the Northern Army there are so many sick, and in so many places, it is impossible for the doctors to attend them properly. [1776-10-07] . [S5-V2-p0933] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Arnold to General Gates: If the enemy do not make their appearance by the middle of the month, he has thought of returning to Button-Mould Bay: if they attempt crossing the Lake, makes no doubt of gving a good account of them. [1776-10-07] . [S5-V2-p0933] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Trumbull to General Schuyler: His intention to do nothing prejudicial to the common cause reflects honour upon him, and will be the best defence when every thing is impartially considered. [1776-10-07] . [S5-V2-p0934] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from John Sloss Hobart to New-York Convention: Two hundred Infantry and one hundred Cavalry are at Huntington, in order to force the people to join the British troops, entreats that measures may be taken to induce the people to quit Long-Island, by offering a support to those who cannot maintain themselves. [1776-10-07] . [S5-V2-p0934] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Edward Smith and Lieutenant Daniel Brunday advertised as enemies to America. [1776-10-07] . [S5-V2-p0935] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Arrival of prizes taken by American privateers. [1776-10-07] . [S5-V2-p0935] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

The Mate of a London ship informs that the Ministry are so suspicious of plots and conspiracies being laid, that four persons dare not be seen conversing together in London, but they are immediately dispersed. [1776-10-07] . [S5-V2-p0986] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Sutton (Massachusetts) Town Meeting: Can by no means consent that the present House of Representatives and Council should form and ratify a Constitution for the State. [1776-10-07] . [S5-V2-p0986] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Oxford (Massachusetts) Town Meeting: Not willing for the present General Court to enact a Constitution for the State. [1776-10-07] . [S5-V2-p0986] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Silas Deane to the Secret Committee: The French Court, as well as several others in Europe, expected the United States to announce their independency to them in form, and ask their friendship, but a threee months' silence appears to them mysterious, and has more than once come near frustrating his whole endeavours. [1776-10-08] . [S5-V2-p0937] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Gadsden to John Lewis Gervais: Desires him to send down a month's salt provisions and a hogshead of rum as soon as possible. [1776-10-08] . [S5-V2-p0938] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Samuel Boone to Maryland Council of Safety: Has sent seventy-nine gunlocks, and has a quality more all ready to put together. [1776-10-08] . [S5-V2-p0938] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from John Adams to Mrs. Adams: The spirit of venality is the most dreadful and alarming enemy America has to oppose: it is as rapacious and insatiable as the grave, this predominant avarice will ruin America, if ever she is ruined. He is surprised with her account of prayers in publick for an abdicated King, it is treason against the State. [1776-10-08] . [S5-V2-p0938] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Pennsylvania Council of Safety to Continental Congress: Have appointed a committee to confer with a committee of Congress on the defence of the State in view of the probable approach of a detachment of the British Army. [1776-10-08] . [S5-V2-p0939] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Meeting of the inhabitants of Carlisle, Pennsylvania: Resolved unanimously, that they will not take the oath directed by the late Convention to be taken at the ensuing election. [1776-10-08] . [S5-V2-p0939] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

"Scipio" to the Freemen of Pennsylvania on the conduct of the late Convention. [1776-10-08] . [S5-V2-p0940] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Dismission of Colonel Slough's Battalion of Pennsylvania Associators. [1776-10-08] . [S5-V2-p0940] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Return of the Army in New-Jersey under the command of General Mercer. [1776-10-08] . [S5-V2-p0941] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to the President of Congress. [1776-10-08] . [S5-V2-p0941] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Unanimous opinion of the members in camp who sat on the Court-Martial for the trial of Ensign McCumber, that they ought not to assign any reasons for the verdict of that court, October 7. [1776-10-07] . [S5-V2-p0944] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders, Head-Quarters, at Harlem Heights, October 5. [1776-10-05] . [S5-V2-p0944] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders, October 6. [1776-10-06] . [S5-V2-p0945] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders, October 7. [1776-10-07] . [S5-V2-p0945] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders, October 8. [1776-10-08] . [S5-V2-p0946] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to Governour Trumbull: He thinks all the prisoners will have to be returned, but those who wish may afterwards escape, and bring others with them, to which they should be encouraged. [1776-10-08] . [S5-V2-p0947] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Charles C. Griffith to Maryland Council of Safety: Recommedning Major Adams to be placed among the first in the Continental officers to be appointed from Maryland. [1776-10-08] . [S5-V2-p0947] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Tench Tilghman to William Duer: Lord Stirling came on shore yesterday, he confirms the account of the bad blood between the English and Hessian troops. [1776-10-08] . [S5-V2-p0948] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings of a General Court-Martial held by adjournment, by order: of General Heath. [1776-10-08] . [S5-V2-p0948] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of a number of Scotch prisoners of war, quartered at Goshen, Orange County, New-York. [1776-10-08] . [S5-V2-p0949] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the New-York Convention to General Morris: They expect his immediate attendance on the duties of his department. [1776-10-08] . [S5-V2-p0949] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Johannes Sleght to the New-York Convention: Urging them to pass a general resolve respecting the tea within the State. [1776-10-08] . [S5-V2-p0950] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from John Sloss Hobart to Messrs. Bancker and others: If the Convention mean that the Montgomery should cruise before the chance of prizes is over, a person should be sent immediately with cash sufficient to pay off the arrears, and furnish the needful for another voyage. [1776-10-08] . [S5-V2-p0950] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from William Coit to Richard Devens. [1776-10-08] . [S5-V2-p0950] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Certificate relative to Benjamin Wood, slain at Bunker Hill. [1776-10-08] . [S5-V2-p0951] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Silas Deane to C. W. F. Dumas: Mr. Carmichael will give him the best intelligence of affairs in America. [1776-10-09] . [S5-V2-p0951] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extract of a letter received in London from Lisbon: Advices of prizes taken by American privateers. [1776-10-09] . [S5-V2-p0951] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Edward Pendleton to the President of Congress. [1776-10-09] . [S5-V2-p0951] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Maryland Council of Safety to Jesse Hollingsworth: Have sent him eight hundred pounds to be laid out in the purchase of superfine flour. [1776-10-09] . [S5-V2-p0952] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from John Scott to Matthew Tilghman: Asking permission to pass some time among his friends in Virginia. [1776-10-09] . [S5-V2-p0952] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the President of Congress to General Washington: Congress have made ample provision for the support of both officers and soldiers who shall enter into the service during the war. [1776-10-09] . [S5-V2-p0952] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the President of Congress to the Assemblies of the Northern States: Requesting them to appoint committees to repair immediately to the Army, to induce the troops to inlist during the war, and to appoint officers for the same. [1776-10-09] . [S5-V2-p0953] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Memorial of John Melchior Neff to the Continental Congress. [1776-10-09] . [S5-V2-p0953] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Marine Committee to Stephen Hopkins: On the conduct of the Committee at Providence in respect to the cannon cast in Rhode-Island for the use of the Continental frigates. [1776-10-09] . [S5-V2-p0954] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Marine Committee to the Committee of Providence. [1776-10-09] . [S5-V2-p0954] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders from Marine Committee to Committee at Providence to deliver cannon for the Raleigh to John Langdon. [1776-10-09] . [S5-V2-p0955] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders from Marine Committee to Nathaniel Falconer to inspect the two frigates lately built at Providence. [1776-10-09] . [S5-V2-p0955] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Marine Committee to John Langdon. [1776-10-09] . [S5-V2-p0956] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Marine Committee to New-York Convention: Directing their attention to the necessity of securing the frigates building in their State. [1776-10-09] . [S5-V2-p0956] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Board of War to Lancaster (Pennsylvania) Committee, for baggage of Captain Hesketh, prisoner of war. [1776-10-09] . [S5-V2-p0956] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Men-of-war have left the Savannah river. [1776-10-09] . [S5-V2-p0957] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Notice of the arrival of General Lee at Philadelphia from the southward, on Monday, the 7th inst.. [1776-10-09] . [S5-V2-p0957] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

"Demophilus" to the People of Pennsylvania, on the Proclamation of Lord and General Howe. [1776-10-09] . [S5-V2-p0957] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to Governour Trumbull: As the present Army is upon the eve of dissolution, every nerve should be exerted to inlist immediately for the new one. [1776-10-09] . [S5-V2-p0957] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

List of officers now in the Army recommended for appointments in the troops to be raised by the State of Connecticut. [1776-10-09] . [S5-V2-p0959] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Tench Tilghman to New-York Committee: Three of the enemy's ships passed through the chevaux-de-frise without the least difficulty, and without damage from the forts. [1776-10-09] . [S5-V2-p0961] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Tench Tilghman to New-York Committee: Three of the enemy's ships passed through the chevaux-de-frise without the least difficulty, and without damage from the forts. [1776-10-09] . [S5-V2-p0961] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Tilghman to General Heath: To take measures for the protection of the two new ships. [1776-10-09] . [S5-V2-p0962] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Reed to General Heath. [1776-10-09] . [S5-V2-p0962] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders of General Heath to Colonel Sargent. [1776-10-09] . [S5-V2-p0962] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Note from General Putnam to General Heath. [1776-10-09] . [S5-V2-p0962] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Joseph Trumbull to the President of Congress: The salt in the hands of the Continental agents will fall vastly short of what will be necessary. [1776-10-09] . [S5-V2-p0963] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Lieutenants Putnam and Cleaves to General Washington: Proceedings on board the galley Independence. [1776-10-09] . [S5-V2-p0963] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Samuel Ten Broeck to Colonel Peter R. Livingston: The disaffected begin to be rather more troublesome and daring than formerly, but through proper application don't doubt shall soon be rid of some or the major part of these villains. [1776-10-09] . [S5-V2-p0963] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Albany Committee to the New-York Convention: Have procured the stove from the Presbyterian church. [1776-10-09] . [S5-V2-p0964] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from R. Hughes to Mr. Winslow. [1776-10-09] . [S5-V2-p0964] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Winds to General Gates: Requests permission for his Regiment to march as soon as convenient for New-Jersey. [1776-10-09] . [S5-V2-p0964] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Samuel Bird and others to Governour Trumbull: Asking for a number of cannon to fit out a privateer. [1776-10-09] . [S5-V2-p0965] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Maryland Council of Safety to Colonel Henry Hollingsworth: Unless he complies in a short time with his contract, or gives satisfactory reasons for the delay, his bond will be put in suit. [1776-10-10] . [S5-V2-p0965] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Conrad Hogmire to Maryland Council of Safety: Resigns his commission on account of his age and bad health. [1776-10-10] . [S5-V2-p0965] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Van Bibber and Harrison to Maryland Council of Safety. [1776-10-10] . [S5-V2-p0965] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Jesse Hollingsworth to Maryland Council of Safety. [1776-10-10] . [S5-V2-p0966] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of James Clarke and others to the Maryland Council of Safety. [1776-10-10] . [S5-V2-p0966] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from James Clark and Melchior Keener to Maryland Council of Safety. [1776-10-10] . [S5-V2-p0966] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

"Philo-Alethias" on the present state of America. [1776-10-10] . [S5-V2-p0967] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Rank of the Captains of the Navy. [1776-10-10] . [S5-V2-p1394] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Marine Committee to Commodore Hopkins: Directing to proceed on an expedition to the southward. [1776-10-10] . [S5-V2-p0970] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Marine Committee to Henry Tucker and Thomas Godet: Requesting them to load five or six fast-sailing vessels with slt at Bermudas or Turk's Island. [1776-10-10] . [S5-V2-p0970] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from William Atlee to John Cox: Asks to have his accounts settled as soon as possible. [1776-10-10] . [S5-V2-p0971] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Lee to the President of Congress: The ridiculous idea, that Lord Howe has some reasonable terms to offer, and that the Congress are desirous of their being communicated to the people, gains ground every day, and does infinite mischief. [1776-10-10] . [S5-V2-p0972] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Mercer to the President of Congress: Yesterday twenty-two sail of the enemy's fleet fell down to Sandy-Hook, and this morning stood out to sea an easterly course. [1776-10-10] . [S5-V2-p0972] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Thomas Randall to the New-York Convention. [1776-10-10] . [S5-V2-p0972] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to General Schuyler: Showed every civility in his power to the two Caughnuaga sachems who visited the camp. [1776-10-10] . [S5-V2-p0973] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Reed to General Heath. [1776-10-10] . [S5-V2-p0973] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Greene to the President of Congress: The sick of the Army are in a most wretched condition, the Surgeons being without the least article of medicine. [1776-10-10] . [S5-V2-p0973] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Tench Tilghman to Robert R. Livingston: Two new ships are to be sunk immediately in the North River, to try to hinder the men-of-war already up from coming down, or more going up. [1776-10-10] . [S5-V2-p0974] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from John Sloss Hobart to Peter R. Livingston: Sends him Israel Ketchum, manacled. [1776-10-10] . [S5-V2-p0975] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Scott to the New-York Convention: Thomas Lawrence wishes to visit his family on Long-Island without having his character hereafter subject to doubtful construction. [1776-10-10] . [S5-V2-p0975] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Heath to Captain Benson: Must get the ships off, and send them down this tide if possible. [1776-10-10] . [S5-V2-p0975] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General George Clinton to New-York Convention. [1776-10-10] . [S5-V2-p0975] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders of General Heath to Colonel Sargent. [1776-10-10] . [S5-V2-p0976] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Sargent to General Heath. [1776-10-10] . [S5-V2-p0976] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Cary to General Heath: General Washington wishes him to be well informed on every occasion, and in the speediest manner, of the movements of the enemy up the North River. [1776-10-10] . [S5-V2-p0976] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Ann Hawkes Hay to the New-York Convention: His regiment consists of only three hundred men, and very near one half of them are without arms. [1776-10-10] . [S5-V2-p0976] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Samuel Ten Broeck to New-York Convention: A company of sixty men necessary to suppress the disaffected, who increase daily, and no doubt will strike a blow on the first favourable opportunity. [1776-10-10] . [S5-V2-p0977] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Petrus Van Gaasbeck to Peter R. Livingston: Offers to raise and take command of a company to suppress the disaffected. [1776-10-10] . [S5-V2-p0977] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Peter Schuyler to New-York Committee of Safety: The enemy's ships have passed the chevaux-de-frises. [1776-10-10] . [S5-V2-p0978] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from New-York Committee of Safety to General Washington: Nothing can be more alarming than the present situation of the State, they are daily getting the most authentick intelligence of bodies of men inlisted and armed in order to assist the enemy. [1776-10-10] . [S5-V2-p2000] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from New-York Committee of Safety to Generals Schuyler and Clinton: A committee specially appointed for the purpose by the Convention, are sitting daily to frustrate the machinations of the disaffected. [1776-10-10] . [S5-V2-p0979] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from New-York Committee of Safety to Governour Trumbull: Apprehending a union of a body of the enemy with the disaffected, request the Milita of Connecticut may be in readiness to come to their aid on the shortest notice. [1776-10-10] . [S5-V2-p0979] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from New-York Committee of Safety to Governour Trumbull: Apprehending a union of a body of the enemy with the disaffected, request the Milita of Connecticut may be in readiness to come to their aid on the shortest notice. [1776-10-10] . [S5-V2-p0979] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Comfort Sands to New-York Convention. [1776-10-10] . [S5-V2-p0979] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Hubert Ostrander to Charles de Witt. [1776-10-10] . [S5-V2-p0980] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from H. Glen to General Schuyler: Is waiting fro informtion about the Barracks new Schenectady. [1776-10-10] . [S5-V2-p0980] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from H. Glen to General Schuyler: Expects Colonel Dayton's Regiment at Schenectady on the 14th. [1776-10-10] . [S5-V2-p0980] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Hartley to General Gates: Is pleased to hear part of New-York is burnt, hopes to heart the rest of that nest of Tories has shared the same fate. [1776-10-10] . [S5-V2-p0981] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Arnold to General Gates: Shall do nothing of consequence without consulting General Waterbury and Colonel Wigglesworth. It is an object of the utmost importance to increase the Navy on the Lake. [1776-10-10] . [S5-V2-p0982] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of "A Militia-Man" to the Assembly of Connecticut: On the late call for the Militia to march, the rich staid at home, while their poor neighbours were obliged to go. [1776-10-10] . [S5-V2-p0983] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from William Bartlett to General Washington, concerning the prizes taken by Commodore Manly. [1776-10-10] . [S5-V2-p0983] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from John Bradford to the President of Congress. [1776-10-10] . [S5-V2-p0984] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Benjamin Davis, Junior, to James Bowdoin: Considers himself a prisoner of war, and knows no reason why he is more severely dealt by than others. [1776-10-10] . [S5-V2-p0984] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Oct. 10, Boston. [1776-10-10] . [S5-V2-p0986] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Council of Virginia to their Delegates in Congress: There are now ten tons of lead which are ready to be delivered for the use of the Continental Army. [1776-10-10] . [S5-V2-p0986] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Thomas Jefferson to the President of Congress: Declines the appointment of Commissioner to France. [1776-10-11] . [S5-V2-p0987] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Edmund Randolph to General Washington: Congratulates him that Colonel Harrison is again restored to the Councils of America. [1776-10-11] . [S5-V2-p0987] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Notice of meeting of the General Assembly of Virginia. [1776-10-11] . [S5-V2-p0988] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

First Company of the Second Georgia Battalion desired to rendezvous at Louisa Court-House by the 15th of November. [1776-10-11] . [S5-V2-p0988] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Maryland Council of Safety to Colonel Bond. [1776-10-11] . [S5-V2-p0988] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from William Lux to Maryland Council of Safety: For commission for Captain Handy, appointed commander of the privateer Harlequin. [1776-10-11] . [S5-V2-p0988] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Messrs. Lux & Bowley to Maryland Council of Safety. [1776-10-11] . [S5-V2-p0989] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Richard Henry Lee to Samuel Purviance, Junior: In ranking the Captains the Continental ships, the Congress have placed Captain Nelson at the head. [1776-10-11] . [S5-V2-p0989] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from William Ellery to Governour Cooke. [1776-10-11] . [S5-V2-p0989] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to the President of Congress. [1776-10-11] . [S5-V2-p0990] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to the President of Congress. [1776-10-11] . [S5-V2-p0991] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders, Head-Quarters, at Harlem Heights, October 9. [1776-10-09] . [S5-V2-p0991] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders, Oct. 10. [1776-10-10] . [S5-V2-p0992] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders, Oct. 11. [1776-10-11] . [S5-V2-p0992] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

General Orders, Oct. 12. [1776-10-12] . [S5-V2-p0993] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Recruiting Instructions, October 11. [1776-10-11] . [S5-V2-p0993] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to General Schuyler: Is not able to supply him with a single nail, nor are they to be procured in Philadelphia, for want of them he is building huts of sods, logs, etc.. [1776-10-11] . [S5-V2-p0994] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Reed to Mrs. Reed. [1776-10-11] . [S5-V2-p0994] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Wadsworth to Governour Trumbull: Great number of sick in his brigade, and had but one Surgeon's mate present. If any hospital stores are procured, begs that Doctor Morgan may not have the least concern with or about them. [1776-10-11] . [S5-V2-p0995] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Joseph Trumbull to General Gates: The Tory interest is for General Schuyler, Walter Livingston is to be nominal contractor, or Philip Schuyler, Major-General, real contractor. [1776-10-11] . [S5-V2-p0995] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Ebenezer Hazard to General Gates: The enemy appear rather shy since a drubbing they got some weks ago, the Hessians and British troops disagree, and are kept entirely separate. [1776-10-11] . [S5-V2-p0995] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Greene to Governour Cooke: Without more attention is paid by the different States in the appointment of the officers, the troops never will answer their expectation, there has been some shameful conduct in the Army, owing in a great measure to the bad conduct of the officers. [1776-10-11] . [S5-V2-p0996] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General James Clinton to New-York Convention: For comissions for the officers in the Second New-York Regiment. [1776-10-11] . [S5-V2-p0997] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Peter R. Livingston to the New-York Delegates in Congress: Severely disappointed in not receiving the hundred thousand dollars applied for. [1776-10-11] . [S5-V2-p0998] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Peter R. Livingston to the New-York Delegates in Congress: Severely disappointed in not receiving the hundred thousand dollars applied for. [1776-10-11] . [S5-V2-p0998] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Comfort Sands to the President of the New-York Convention. [1776-10-11] . [S5-V2-p0998] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from John Jay to Edward Rutledge: Is clear for indemnifying General Lee, hopes no consideration may excuse General Mifflin from the office of Quartermaster-General, Moylan acted wisely and honestly in resigning. [1776-10-11] . [S5-V2-p0998] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to Governour Trumbull: Finds by private letters from gentlemen in Congress to their friends that they approve of the step he has taken in resigning. [1776-10-11] . [S5-V2-p0999] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to General Gates: Dayton has been ordered from the Mohawk to Fort George. Promises that if he is in Congress the commander in the Northern Department shall have more attention than he has himself had. [1776-10-11] . [S5-V2-p0999] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Gates to General Schuyler: The fleet under Arnold were well on the 7th instant. [1776-10-11] . [S5-V2-p1000] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Hartley to General Gates: Hopes the works at Crown-Point will not be weakened by taking away the guns they have, or by replacing them with guns which perhaps they might as well do without. [1776-10-11] . [S5-V2-p1000] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Trumbull to General Washington: Naval expedition against the ships of the enemy in the Sound is still in contemplation, and preparations making for it as fast as they can. [1776-10-11] . [S5-V2-p1001] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Connecticut Council of Safety: Consultation concerning the expedition of Colonels Richmond and Livingston to Long-Island. [1776-10-11] . [S5-V2-p1002] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Trumbull to Commodore Hopkins. [1776-10-11] . [S5-V2-p1002] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Memorial of Stonington Committee to Connecticut Assembly. [1776-10-11] . [S5-V2-p1003] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Petition of the town of Groton to the Connecticut Assembly. [1776-10-11] . [S5-V2-p1004] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

New London. [1776-10-11] . [S5-V2-p1004] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Commodore Hopkins to Daniel Tillinghast. [1776-10-11] . [S5-V2-p1004] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Commodore Hopkins to Daniel Tillinghast. [1776-10-11] . [S5-V2-p1005] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from John Avery to E. Thompson: For a number of commissions for commanders of armed vessels. [1776-10-11] . [S5-V2-p1005] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from South-Carolina Navy-Board to Captain Thomas Picketing. [1776-10-12] . [S5-V2-p1323] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from John Hanson, .Jan., to Maryland Council of Safety. [1776-10-12] . [S5-V2-p1005] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Baltimore Committee: Francis Sanderson committed to custody for having spoken words tending to disunite the people in their opposition to Great Britain. [1776-10-12] . [S5-V2-p1005] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Captain Hindman to Maryland Council of Safety: The men are much discontented for fear they should be kept the whole winter through. [1776-10-12] . [S5-V2-p1006] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Pennsylvania Council of Safety: Resolve for the purchase and sale of salt. [1776-10-12] . [S5-V2-p1007] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Lancaster (Pennsylvania) Committee. [1776-10-12] . [S5-V2-p1008] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Lee to the President of Congress: Urging that ten thousand men be immediately assembled and stationed some where about Trenton, for the defence of Philadelphia. [1776-10-12] . [S5-V2-p1008] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Dismission of Colonel Allison's Battalion of Pennsylvania Associators. [1776-10-12] . [S5-V2-p1009] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Escape of. Captains Coffin and Grennell from Staten-Island. [1776-10-12] . [S5-V2-p1009] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to Governour Cooke: On the necessity of a judicious appointment of officers in the new Army:The enemy have landed at Frog's Point. [1776-10-12] . [S5-V2-p1009] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Robert H. Harrison to Colonel Philips. [1776-10-12] . [S5-V2-p1010] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Harrison to General Heath: Orders have been given for all the regiments to be under arms, that they may be ready to act as occasion may require. [1776-10-12] . [S5-V2-p1010] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Joseph Trumbull to the President of Congress. [1776-10-12] . [S5-V2-p1011] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Beall to Maryland Council of Safety. [1776-10-12] . [S5-V2-p1011] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

A Return of Field Officers fit for duty in General Beall's Brigade. [1776-10-12] . [S5-V2-p1011] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Smallwood to Maryland Convention: Detail of occurrences upon the march to Long-Island, and since that period. [1776-10-12] . [S5-V2-p1011] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Robert R. Livingston to General Washington: Recommends sending a regiment with a good Engineer to take possession of the passes in the Highlands. [1776-10-12] . [S5-V2-p1014] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Greene to General Washington: Has three brigades in readiness to reinforce him, if they are needed. [1776-10-12] . [S5-V2-p1015] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Greene to General Washington. [1776-10-12] . [S5-V2-p1016] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the President of the New-York Committee of Safety to Samuel Ten Broeck. [1776-10-12] . [S5-V2-p1016] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to Robert Yates: Suggestions relative to forming the new Army. [1776-10-12] . [S5-V2-p1016] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Gates to General Arnold. [1776-10-12] . [S5-V2-p1017] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Hartley to General Gates: There must have been an action down the Lake yesterday, will immediately despatch a boat towards the fleet. [1776-10-12] . [S5-V2-p1018] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Arnold to General Gates: There must have been an action down the Lake Yesterday, will immediately despatch a boat towards the fleet. [1776-10-12] . [S5-V2-p1038] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

List of the American Armed Vessels on Lake Champlain. [1776-10-12] . [S5-V2-p1039] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Major Hoisington to General Gates: Intelligence given by four deserters from Canada. [1776-10-12] . [S5-V2-p1018] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Cushing to Massachusetts Council: Difference between himself and Colonel Cook with regard to ranks. [1776-10-12] . [S5-V2-p1018] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Naval Intelligence, prizes. [1776-10-12] . [S5-V2-p1019] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Naval Intelligence, prizes. [1776-10-12] . [S5-V2-p1919] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Naval Intelligence, prizes. [1776-10-12] . [S5-V2-p1019] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Silas Deane to C. W. F. Dumas. [1776-10-13] . [S5-V2-p1020] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from William Fitzhugh to General Washington: The delay of Congress to settle a confederation has created some uneasiness. [1776-10-13] . [S5-V2-p1020] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Aquilla Hall to Maryland Council of Safety: Names of officers of a company of volunteers selected out of the Twenty-Third Battalion, in Hartford County. [1776-10-13] . [S5-V2-p1021] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Lieutenant Bond to Maryland Council of Safety. [1776-10-13] . [S5-V2-p1022] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Thomas Hughes to Maryland Council of Safety. [1776-10-13] . [S5-V2-p1022] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Marine Committee to Captain Falconer: Request him to purchase as many coals for smiths' use as will load two schooners. [1776-10-13] . [S5-V2-p1022] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Circular from Marine Committee to Continental Agents: Recommending Mr. Falconer to their friendly attention. [1776-10-13] . [S5-V2-p1023] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Marine Committee to Committee at Rhode-Island: Countermanding the order to send a set of cannon to New-Hampshire. [1776-10-13] . [S5-V2-p1023] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Marine Committee to John Langdon. [1776-10-13] . [S5-V2-p1023] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Gouverneur Morris to the New-York Convention: Mr. Lott is employed in perfecting a state of his accounts for tim House, and is the remotest degree possible from contravening, disbelieving, or doubting their authority. [1776-10-13] . [S5-V2-p1023] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Richard Dallam to Michael Hillegas. [1776-10-13] . [S5-V2-p1024] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Captain Smith to Samuel Glover: Directing him to impress wagons and horses for his Majesty's service. [1776-10-18] . [S5-V2-p1024] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Ewing to Maryland Council of Safety: His battalion is very sickly, and great .numbers are badly off for clothing, what of them are in health appear to be in good spirits, though ragged, and several without shoes to their feet. [1776-10-13] . [S5-V2-p1024] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extract of a letter from Harlem: Yesterday morning about four thousand men landed at Frog's Point. [1776-10-13] . [S5-V2-p1025] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to General Ward: Is again deprived of the navigation of the North River, and the supplies which used to come through that channel. [1776-10-13] . [S5-V2-p1026] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to Colonel Tash: Directing him, in consequence of the number of the disaffected, to march his regiment with all possible despatch to Fishkills, where he will receive further directions from the New-York Committee of Safety. [1776-10-13] . [S5-V2-p1026] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Reed to General Heath: Notice of meeting of General Officers to be held at twelve o'clock. [1776-10-13] . [S5-V2-p1026] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Grayson to General Heath: Informs him the General thinks it would be advisable to send a stronger force towards the two passes near the enemy. [1776-10-13] . [S5-V2-p1027] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Appointment of Officers in Ulster County, New-York. [1776-10-13] . [S5-V2-p1027] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Major Conkling's Parole. [1776-10-13] . [S5-V2-p1027] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter From John Carter to General Gates: The Committee for auditing accounts are not under the direction of any officer in the Army. [1776-10-13] . [S5-V2-p1027] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Hartley to General Gates: The alarm of yesterday proves to be a true one, the enemy are approaching. [1776-10-13] . [S5-V2-p1028] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Account of an Engagement on Lake Champlain on the 11th between General Arnold and General Carleton. [1776-10-21] . [S5-V2-p1028] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Trumbull to General Washington: A plan is forming by the noted Major Robert Rogers to make a sudden descent, with a battalion of Tortes, on Norwalk and other towns, to take the stores there, and to burn and destroy all before them. [1776-10-13] . [S5-V2-p1028] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Trumbull to Colonel Livingston: Acquainting him with the designs of the infamous Major Robert Rogers. [1776-10-13] . [S5-V2-p1030] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Joseph Whipple to New-Hampshire Committee of Safety: Requesting immediate consideration of the repairs of roads and bridges, for the conveyance of warlike and other stores. [1776-10-13] . [S5-V2-p1031] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Intelligence From the Indian Country: Progress of the war with the Cherokees. [1776-11-01] . [S5-V2-p1031] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Baltimore Committee to Maryland Council of Safety: Transmit Francis Saunderson to them for further examination. [1776-10-14] . [S5-V2-p1032] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from William Davis to the President of Congress: Resignation of commission as Deputy Mustermaster-General to the Flying-Camp. [1776-10-14] . [S5-V2-p1032] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Memorial of the Chevalier d'Antignac to the Continental Congress, offering his services for raising a regiment of Light, Horse. [1776-10-16] . [S5-V2-p1032] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Lancaster (Pennsylvania) Committee to Richard Peters: Send Captain Hesketh's baggage. [1776-10-14] . [S5-V2-p1033] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Resignation of Captain Andrew Long, of First Battalion Pennsylvania Riflemen, on account of ill-health. [1776-10-14] . [S5-V2-p1033] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Colonel Slough. [1776-10-14] . [S5-V3-p0940] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

M. Williamson to Major Philip Brussell. [1776-10-14] . [S5-V3-p0941] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Rowland Chambers to Governour Livingston, respecting prisoners in Somerset County. [1776-10-14] . [S5-V2-p1237] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Account of Prisoners taken in Three Vessels from Halifax, bound to Sandy-Hook. [1776-10-24] . [S5-V2-p1238] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter From Robert H. Harrison to the President of Congress: Every day's intelligence from the Convention of New-York holds forth the discoveries of new plots. Disposition of the troops has been again changed, on account of the enemy declining an attack in front. [1776-10-14] . [S5-V2-p1034] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter From Robert H. Harrison to the President of Congress: Every day's intelligence from the Convention of New-York holds forth the discoveries of new plots. Disposition of the troops has been again changed, on account of the enemy declining an attack in front. [1776-10-14] . [S5-V2-p1034] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Lee to General Gates: The Congress seem to stumble every step, he does not mean one or two of the cattle, but the whole stable: Washington is much to blame For not menacing them with resignation unless they refrain from unhinging the Army by their absurd interference. [1776-10-14] . [S5-V2-p1034] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter From Robert H. Harrison to Peter R. Livingston. [1776-10-14] . [S5-V2-p1035] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Teach Tilghman to Robert R. Livingston: The enemy have made no move From Frog's Point since yesterday. [1776-10-14] . [S5-V2-p1035] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Heath to General Nixon: Disposition to be made in case of an attack. [1776-10-14] . [S5-V2-p1035] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter From General Heath to Colonel Sargent: Not to march over to support the regiments near Frog's Point without further orders. [1776-10-14] . [S5-V2-p1036] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extract of a letter from Colonel Reed to Charles Pettit: The enemy keep constantly the same object in view, that of surrounding them, too many officers from all parts leave the Army when danger approaches. [1776-10-14] . [S5-V2-p1036] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter From Peter Van Ness to Peter R. Livingston. [1776-10-14] . [S5-V2-p1036] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

George Howell's Parole. [1776-10-14] . [S5-V2-p1027] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Richard Varick to General Gates. [1776-10-14] . [S5-V2-p1036] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Richard Varick to New-York Convention. [1776-10-14] . [S5-V2-p1037] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Varick to General Washington. [1776-10-14] . [S5-V2-p1038] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Richard Varick to the Committee of Stockbridge: Action on Lake Champlain on the 11th instant. [1776-10-14] . [S5-V2-p1039] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Schuyler to General Gates: Has ordered all the Militia of New York and the neighbouring States to be ready to march at a moment's warning. [1776-10-14] . [S5-V2-p1039] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Brewer to General Gates: Information brought by a scout. [1776-10-14] . [S5-V2-p1040] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Dr. Potts to Richard Varick: Is, making up every rag into bandages. [1776-10-14] . [S5-V2-p1040] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Sir Guy Carleton to Lord George Germain: The Rebel fleet has been entirely defeated in two actions, the first on the 11th, and the second on the 13th. [1776-10-14] . [S5-V2-p1040] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

List of the Rebels' Vessels on Lake Champlain before their defeat. [1776-10-14] . [S5-V2-p1041] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Governour Trumbull to General Washington. [1776-10-14] . [S5-V2-p1041] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Livingston to General Washington: His. plan for the expedition to Long-Island. [1776-10-14] . [S5-V2-p1041] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Dissolution of Committees of Suffolk County, and disavowal of all former orders and resolutions. [1776-10-15] . [S5-V2-p1042] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Commodore Hopkins to Captain Hacker: Orders for a cruise. [1776-10-14] . [S5-V2-p1042] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Commodore Hopkins to Messrs. Dunscome and Frazer. [1776-10-14] . [S5-V2-p1043] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Naval Intelligence: Prizes. [1776-10-14] . [S5-V2-p1043] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from a Gentleman in the Country to his friend in Boston: Showing what may be expected from the British Ministry should they make a conquest of America. [1776-10-14] . [S5-V2-p1043] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Testimony of John Rowe, to be used in the trial of the capture of the ship Charming Peggy. [1776-10-14] . [S5-V2-p1045] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter From Richard Derby, Jun., to Richard Devens. [1776-10-14] . [S5-V2-p1045] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Captain Abijah Bangs to Massachusetts Council. [1776-10-14] . [S5-V2-p1046] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Arrivals of Prizes. [1776-10-14] . [S5-V2-p1046] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extract of a letter from Kingston, Jamaica: Martial law has been suspended about a month, an American schooner, taken by the Squirrel, has been demanded by a French frigate, and refused by the Admiral. [1776-10-15] . [S5-V2-p1046] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Judge Drayton's Charge to the Grand Jury of Charleston, South-Carolina. [1776-10-15] . [S5-V2-p1047] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Presentments of the Grand Jury of Charleston. [1776-10-15] . [S5-V2-p1059] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Samuel Duvall to Maryland Council of Safety. [1776-10-15] . [S5-V2-p1061] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Captain Richard Smith to Maryland Council of Safety: List of men now enrolled under his command. [1776-10-15] . [S5-V2-p1062] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Nicholas Maccubbin to Maryland Council of Safety. [1776-10-15] . [S5-V2-p1062] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Board of War to General Washington: Request to be furnished monthly with exact returns of ordnance stores. [1776-10-15] . [S5-V2-p1062] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from 'Josiah Bartlett to John Langdon. [1776-10-15] . [S5-V2-p1063] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Mease and Caldwell to General Gates: Have sent another supply of nails, shoes, linen shirts, and milled yarn hose. [1776-10-15] . [S5-V2-p1063] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to Governour Trumbull: Requests him, if possible, to spare some aid in securing the passes in the Highlands. [1776-10-15] . [S5-V2-p1064] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings of a General Court-Martial of the Line held on the Heights of Harlem, by order of General Washington: Trial of Lieutenant Pope and Corporal Wilson. [1776-10-15] . [S5-V2-p1065] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Proceedings of a General Court-Martial of the Line held on the Heights of Harlem, by order of General Washington: Trial of Lieutenant Pope and Corporal Wilson. [1776-10-16] . [S5-V2-p1066] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from William Floyd to the New-York Convention. [1776-10-15] . [S5-V2-p1066] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from the Committee of Poundridge to New-York Convention: Are apprehensive that there is danger of their prisoners leaving them, and going to the Ministerial Army. [1776-10-15] . [S5-V2-p1066] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel A. Hawkes Hay to the New-York Convention: If the enemy should land at Haverstraw, they would proceed through the mountains, and attack the forts in the Highlands with great ease, asks for an immediate support. [1776-10-15] . [S5-V2-p1066] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Robert Yates to General Schuyler. [1776-10-15] . [S5-V2-p1067] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Bayley to General Washington: An account of the expenses of the road from Newbury to St. John's. [1776-10-15] . [S5-V2-p1067] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Elisha Avery to General Gates. [1776-10-15] . [S5-V2-p1068] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Wyncoop to General Gates. [1776-10-15] . [S5-V2-p1069] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Recommendation of Frederick Auburey for Second Lieutenant in Captain Green's Company. [1776-10-15] . [S5-V2-p1069] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Gates to General Schuyler: Defeat and almost total loss of the fleet, it has pleased Providence to preserve General Arnold. [1776-10-01] . [S5-V2-p1081] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Gates to General Schuyler: Defeat and almost total loss of the fleet, it has pleased Providence to preserve General Arnold. [1776-10-02] . [S5-V2-p1081] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Gates to General Schuyler: Defeat and almost total loss of the fleet, it has pleased Providence to preserve General Arnold. [1776-10-03] . [S5-V2-p1081] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Gates to General Schuyler: Defeat and almost total loss of the fleet, it has pleased Providence to preserve General Arnold. [1776-10-04] . [S5-V2-p1082] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Gates to General Schuyler: Defeat and almost total loss of the fleet, it has pleased Providence to preserve General Arnold. [1776-10-05] . [S5-V2-p1083] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Gates to General Schuyler: Defeat and almost total loss of the fleet, it has pleased Providence to preserve General Arnold. [1776-10-06] . [S5-V2-p1083] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Gates to General Schuyler: Defeat and almost total loss of the fleet, it has pleased Providence to preserve General Arnold. [1776-10-07] . [S5-V2-p1084] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Gates to General Schuyler: Defeat and almost total loss of the fleet, it has pleased Providence to preserve General Arnold. [1776-10-08] . [S5-V2-p1084] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Gates to General Schuyler: Defeat and almost total loss of the fleet, it has pleased Providence to preserve General Arnold. [1776-10-09] . [S5-V2-p1085] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Gates to General Schuyler: Defeat and almost total loss of the fleet, it has pleased Providence to preserve General Arnold. [1776-10-10] . [S5-V2-p1085] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Gates to General Schuyler: Defeat and almost total loss of the fleet, it has pleased Providence to preserve General Arnold. [1776-10-11] . [S5-V2-p1085] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Gates to General Schuyler: Defeat and almost total loss of the fleet, it has pleased Providence to preserve General Arnold. [1776-10-12] . [S5-V2-p1085] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Gates to General Schuyler: Defeat and almost total loss of the fleet, it has pleased Providence to preserve General Arnold. [1776-10-13] . [S5-V2-p1086] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Captain Pringle to Mr. Stephens, Secretary of the Admiralty: Congratulates their Lordships upon the victory completed the 13th of this month by his Majesty's fleet under his command upon Lake Champlain. [1776-10-15] . [S5-V2-p1069] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Commodore Hopkins to Governour Trumbull: The new ships and Alfred are ready, all but the men. [1776-10-15] . [S5-V2-p1070] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Massachusetts Council to Governour Cooke: On difference respecting command between Colonel Cook and Colonel Cushing. [1776-10-15] . [S5-V2-p1070] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Committee of Framingham to Massachusetts Council: Have sold the estate of Nathaniel Brinley, who signed the address to General Gage. [1776-10-15] . [S5-V2-p1070] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Extract of a Letter from a Gentleman at Falmouth, Casco Bay: It is surprising sugars continue so dear, when such immense quantities are brought in, but is informed that the rich merchants are buying it all up to ship to Spain. [1776-10-15] . [S5-V2-p1071] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Stephen Steward to Maryland Council of Safety. [1776-10-16] . [S5-V2-p1071] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Amos Garrett to Maryland Council of Safety. [1776-10-16] . [S5-V2-p1071] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from George Wells to Maryland Council of Safety. [1776-10-16] . [S5-V2-p1072] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Robert Peter and Thomas Richardson to Maryland Council of Safety: Dispute with regard to the right of the ferry over the Potomack at Georgetown. [1776-10-16] . [S5-V2-p1072] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Naval and Foreign News. Prizes. [1776-10-16] . [S5-V2-p1072] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Mercer to General Washington: A party of British and Hessians surprised at Richmond town, Staten-Island. [1776-10-16] . [S5-V2-p1073] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Examination of Two Regular Soldiers and One Hessian, taken prisoners on Staten-Island this morning at the church. [1776-10-16] . [S5-V2-p1073] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Thomas Quigley to Thomas Randall: Has chased several vessels off Cranberry Inlet, is in want of provisions and clothing. [1776-10-06] . [S5-V2-p1074] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of the inhabitants of New-York to Lord Howe and General Howe. [1776-10-16] . [S5-V2-p1074] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Address of Inhabitants of New-York to Governour Tryon. [1776-10-16] . [S5-V2-p1075] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Washington to Governour Trumbull: Cannot furnish any soldiers from the Army towards manning the ships. The enemy's frigates are not deterred from passing through Hell-Gate. [1776-10-16] . [S5-V2-p1076] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from General Greene to Governour Cooke: A battle is daily, nay hourly expected. [1776-10-16] . [S5-V2-p1076] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Teach Tilghman to William Duer: A deserter says a man-of-war lays at the Hook ready to sail with the news of the issue of their move to Frog's Point. [1776-10-16] . [S5-V2-p1077] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Colonel Broome to Peter R. Livingston. [1776-10-16] . [S5-V2-p1077] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from New-York Convention to the President of Congress. [1776-10-16] . [S5-V3-p0978] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Orders to Captain Osburn: For mending the post road froth the south line of Dutchess County to King's Bridge. [1776-10-16] . [S5-V2-p1078] [Document Details][Complete Volume]

Letter from Jonathan Landon to Ezra Thompson: A further trial is to be made of the lead mines in Dutchess County, New-York. [1776-10-16] . [S5-V2-p1078] [Document Details][Complete Volu