Letters of Members of the Continental Congress, Tema 299,Volumen3

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Carnegie Institution of Washington, 1926
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Henry Laurens to Jonathan Trumbull Jan
10
The Connecticut Delegates to Jonathan Trumbull Oct
15
Francis Lewis to Evert Bancker Jan
16
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Henry Laurens to Joseph Reed Oct
18
John Henry to Thomas Johnson jr Oct
20
72
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Henry Laurens to Thomas Johnson jr Jan
24
Henry Laurens to Thomas Johnson jr Jan 12
25
Daniel Roberdeau to Thomas Wharton jr Jan
26
James Lovell to Joseph Trumbull Jan
27
Henry Laurens to the Marquis de Lafayette Jan
28
James Lovell to Samuel Adams Jan 13
31
Henry Laurens to George Clinton Jan 14
35
Henry Laurens to George Washington Jan 19
41
Henry Laurens to the Marquis de Lafayette Jan 22
47
Henry Laurens to John Laurens Jan 28
48
The Committee of Conference Minutes Jan 28
61
Daniel Roberdeau to Thomas Wharton jr Jan 30
63
The Committee of Conference Minutes Jan 30 31
65
Cornelius Harnett to Richard Caswell Jan 31
66
James Lovell to Benjamin Lincoln Feb 2
67
The Committee of Conference Minutes Feb 2 3
69
Jonathan Bayard Smith to George Bryan Feb 3
70
The Committee of Conference Minutes Feb 4 5
71
John Penn to Theodorick Bland Feb 6
72
James Lovell to Samuel Adams Feb 6
73
The Committee of Conference Minutes Feb 6 7
74
Elbridge Gerry to Samuel Adams Feb 7
76
James Lovell to John Langdon Feb 8
77
Henry Laurens to Jonathan Trumbull Feb 9
79
Cornelius Harnett to Richard Caswell Feb 10
81
Thomas McKean to George Read Feb 12
82
The Committee of Conference Minutes Feb 12 13
83
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James Forbes to Thomas Johnson jr Feb 13
88
Oliver Wolcott to Mrs Wolcott Feb 18
90
John Penn to Robert R Livingston Feb 19
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IIO 110 106 Henry Laurens to William Heath Feb 20
93
Daniel Roberdeau to James McLene Feb 21
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Henry Laurens to Thomas Wharton jr Feb 24
98
Jonathan Bayard Smith to Joseph Reed Feb 25
99
Henry Laurens to George Washington Apr 27
101
The Committee of Conference Minutes Feb 2628
104
John Henry jr to Nicholas Thomas Mar 2
105
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The Committee of Conference Minutes Mar
109
John Henry jr to Thomas Johnson jr Mar 6
110
The Committee of Conference to George Washington Mar 6
115
James Lovell to Samuel Adams Mar 10
121
Eliphalet Dyer to William Williams Mar 10
122
John Henry jr to Thomas Johnson jr Mar 10
124
Eliphalet Dyer to Jonathan Trumbull Mar 12
126
Thomas Burke to Richard Caswell Mar 12
131
John Henry jr to Nicholas Thomas Mar 17
134
A Committee of Congress to Thomas Wharton jr Mar 18
136
James Lovell to Samuel Adams Mar 20
139
Henry Laurens to Baron de Kalb Mar 24
140
Henry Laurens to the Marquis de Lafayette Mar 24
141
Henry Laurens to George Clinton Mar 24
142
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76
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Henry Laurens to the Marquis de Lafayette Mar 27
145
Abraham Clark to Jeremiah Wadsworth Mar 29
146
Henry Laurens to George Washington Mar 30
147
Cornelius Harnett to Jethro Sumner Apr 1
148
Henry Laurens to George Washington Apr 4
150
William Ellery to Nicholas Cooke Apr 5
151
Henry Laurens to Horatio Gates Apr 6
152
Henry Laurens to James Duane Apr 7
153
Henry Laurens Note on Proposed Plan of Settlement with Roderique Hortales and Company Apr 7 ?
157
Henry Laurens to Philip Schuyler Apr 8
159
Henry Laurens to George Morgan Apr 9
160
Henry Laurens to John Laurens Apr 9
163
William Duer to Robert Morris Apr 12
164
Engagement of Members to Meet Punctually etc Apr 12 9
165
James Lovell to Joseph Trumbull Apr 13
166
Oliver Wolcott to Mrs Wolcott Apr 14
167
The Committee of Foreign Affairs to William Bingham Apr 16
168
Henry Laurens to James Duane Apr 17
169
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172
Gouverneur Morris to George Washington Apr 18
174
James Lovell to Samuel Adams Apr 19
175
Samuel Chase to Thomas Johnson jr Apr 20
178
John Henry jr to Thomas Johnson jr Apr 20
179
The Virginia Delegates to Patrick Henry Apr 21
180
Charles Carroll of Carrollton to Thomas Johnson jr Apr 21
181
Henry Laurens to William Aylett Apr 22
183
Charles Carroll of Carrollton to Thomas Johnson jr Apr 23
184
John Henry jr to Thomas Johnson jr Apr 24
185
Oliver Wolcott to Mrs Wolcott Apr 25
186
Thomas Burke to Richard Caswell Apr 25
187
Henry Laurens to Richard Caswell Apr 27
195
Henry Laurens to Louis Fleury Apr 28
196
Henry Laurens to Henry Lee Apr 28
197
Thomas McKean to Caesar Rodney Apr 28
198
Gouverneur Morris to John Jay Apr 28
199
Thomas Burke to the North Carolina Assembly Apr 29
200
The Connecticut Delegates to Jonathan Trumbull Apr 29
206
The New York Delegates to George Clinton Apr 30
207
The Committee of Foreign Affairs to the Commissioners at Paris Apr 30
208
Henry Laurens to Francis Bailey Apr 30
209
Henry Laurens to Rawlins Lowndes May 1
213
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Henry Laurens to George Washington May 3
218
Robert Morris to William Bingham May 5
219
Henry Laurens to George Washington May 5
222
Henry Laurens to William Livingston May 6
224
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230
Richard Henry Lee to Arthur Lee May 12
232
Henry Laurens to Samuel Alleyne Otis May 13
233
The Committee of Foreign Affairs to the Commissioners at Paris May 14
236
The Committee of Foreign Affairs to Ralph Izard May 14
237
Henry Laurens to George Washington May 15
240
James Lovell to Benjamin Franklin May 15
242
The Committee of Commerce to the Commissioners at Paris May 16
243
Henry Laurens to Lachlan McIntosh May 16
244
Thomas McKean to Mrs McKean May 16
245
William Duer to Horatio Gates May 16
246
Henry Laurens to Rawlins Lowndes May 17
247
Henry Laurens to the Marquis de Lafayette May 17
251
Henry Laurens to David Espy and Others May 17
252
Oliver Wolcott to Jonathan Trumbull jr May 18
253
William Ellery to William Greene May 18
254
The Connecticut Delegates to Jonathan Trumbull May 18
255
Samuel Huntington to Joseph Trumbull May 19
256
Richard Henry Lee to Arthur Lee May 19
257
The Committee of Foreign Affairs to Jesse ? Brown May 19
258
Henry Laurens to George Washington May 20
259
Gouverneur Morris to George Washington May 21
260
Gouverneur Morris to George Washington May 23
261
Henry Laurens to Baron Steuben May 25
262
Samuel Adams to James Warren May 25
263
Josiah Bartlett to Meshech Weare May 27
264
Henry Laurens to Philip Schuyler May 28
266
Henry Laurens to the Marquis de Lafayette May 29
267
Daniel Roberdeau to George Bryan May 30
268
William Ellery to William Whipple May 31
269
Henry Laurens to Rawlins Lowndes June 1
270
Samuel Adams to James Warren June 1
271
Henry Laurens to John Rutledge June 3
272
Henry Laurens to Baron Steuben June 4
274
Henry Laurens to the Marquis de Lafayette June 4
275
Henry Laurens to John Laurens June 5
277
Oliver Wolcott to Mrs Wolcott June 5
278
Henry Laurens to George Washington June 5
279
Richard Henry Lee Draft of a Letter to Lord Howe June 6
280
Daniel Roberdeau to George Bryan June 6
281
The Rhode Island Delegates to William Greene June 8
282
Thomas McKean to Mrs McKean June 9
284
James Lovell to Horatio Gates June 9
285
Henry Laurens to Philip Schuyler June 12
287
Richard Henry Lee to Patrick Henry Oct 21
291
347
293
357
300
Henry Laurens to George Washington June 20
306
The Committee of Foreign Affairs to the Commissioners at Paris June 21
312
Cornelius Harnett to Richard Caswell Oct 24
313
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317
James Lovell to William Whipple July 14
329
Henry Marchant to John Carter July 14
330
Henry Marchant to William Greene July 14
331
Samuel Adams to James Warren July 15
332
Henry Laurens to John Lewis Gervais July 15
333
John Penn to Richard Caswell July 15
334
Henry Laurens to William Livingston July 17
335
Henry Laurens to William Livingston July 18
336
Samuel Holten Diary July 1
337
Samuel Adams to James Warren July 20
338
Josiah Bartlett to William Whipple July 20
340
Josiah Bartlett to Meshech Weare July 20
341
Richard Henry Lee to Thomas Jefferson July 20
342
Samuel Holten Diary July 20 21
343
A Committee of Congress Report July
344
The New York Delegates Proposed Resolutions July
345
Joseph Reed to Mrs Reed July 21
346
Andrew Adams to Oliver Wolcott July 22
347
Jonathan Elmer to Ebenezer Elmer July 23
348
Henry Laurens to Patrick Henry July 24
349
Henry Laurens to Patrick Henry July 26
350
Josiah Bartlett to William Whipple July 27
351
Samuel Adams to James Warren July 27
352
Henry Laurens to William Heath July 30
354
Henry Laurens to George Washington July 31
355
Elias Boudinot Reminiscences July 31 ?
356
123
358
Josiah Bartlett to Meshech Weare Aug 4
359
Samuel Holten Diary Aug 5 6
361
A Committee of Congress to the Pennsylvania Council Aug 6
362
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124
367
465
374
Henry Laurens to the Chevalier de Laneuville Aug 23
381
Henry Laurens to John Sullivan Aug 28
387
John Mathews to Thomas Bee Aug 30
393
John Witherspoon
399
Richard Henry Lee to Arthur Lee Oct 27
402
Samuel Holten Diary Sept 9
405
Henry Laurens to Rawlins Lowndes Sept 10
406
The Committee of Arrangement to Theoderick Bland Sept II
407
Josiah Bartlett to William Whipple Sept 12
408
Henry Laurens to William Smith Sept 12
409
Samuel Adams to Samuel Phillips Savage Sept 14
410
Henry Laurens to Rawlins Lowndes Sept 15
411
Cornelius Harnett to Richard Caswell Sept 15
412
81
414
John Witherspoon to William Churchill Houston Sept 16
415
Samuel Holten Diary Sept 16
416
Henry Laurens Memorandum Sept 18
417
James Lovell to Horatio Gates Sept 18
418
Samuel Adams to John Bradford ? Sept 21
419
Josiah Bartlett to John Langdon Sept 21
420
Gouverneur Morris to Robert R Livingston Sept 22
421
Henry Laurens to George Washington Sept 23
422
The Marine Committee to Jonathan Trumbull Sept 25
423
Samuel Holten Diary Sept 25
424
Henry Laurens to Patrick Henry Sept 26
425
Cornelius Harnett to Richard Caswell Sept 26
426
Josiah Bartlett to Meshech Weare Sept 26
427
Gouverneur Morris to George Clinton Sept 27
428
The North Carolina Delegates to Richard Caswell Sept 29
430
Samuel Chase to Thomas Johnson jr Sept 29
431
Examination of William Carmichael Sept 30
433
Henry Laurens to William Livingston Oct 1
435
Robert Morris to William Bingham Oct 1
436
Cornelius Harnett to Richard Caswell Oct 4
437
Richard Henry Lee to Thomas Jefferson Oct 5
438
Samuel Holten Diary Oct 5
440
Henry Laurens Memorandum Oct 6
441
Henry Laurens to William Livingston Oct 6
442
Josiah Bartlett to Meshech Weare Oct 6
443
Cyrus Griffin to Thomas Jefferson Oct 6
444
Henry Laurens to George Washington Oct 9
445
Samuel Adams to James Warren Oct II
446
Joseph Reed Motion Oct 12 ?
448
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Richard Henry Lee to George Bryan Sept 4
456
The Committee of Foreign Affairs to William Lee Oct 28
470
The Committee of Foreign Affairs to Arthur Lee May 14
471
Richard Henry Lee to John Adams Oct 29
472
Continental Congress Resolution Oct 31
473
Henry Laurens to Caesar Rodney Nov I
477
Henry Marchant to William Greene Nov 3
478
Cornelius Harnett to Thomas Burke Nov 3
479
John Penn to Richard Caswell Nov 5
482
Samuel Adams to James Warren Nov 9
488
The Connecticut Delegates to Jonathan Trumbull Nov 10
489
James Lovell to Horatio Gates Nov 11
493
Samuel Holten Diary Nov 13
494
Richard Henry Lee to Patrick Henry Nov 15
495
Henry Laurens to Lord Stirling Nov 15
496
Joseph Reed to William Irvine Nov 16
497
Henry Laurens to George Washington Nov 20
498
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Henry Laurens to Stephen Drayton Nov 21
501
Henry Laurens to Francis Huger Nov 21
502
Samuel Adams to James Warren Nov 23
503
Samuel Holten Diary Nov 23 24
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William Whipple to Meshech Weare Nov 24
507
The Rhode Island Delegates to William Greene Nov 24
508
Cornelius Harnett to Richard Caswell Nov 28
511
Henry Laurens to Lord Stirling Nov 29
512
William Whipple to Josiah Bartlett Nov 30
513
Samuel Adams to Jeremiah Powell Dec I
514
The Committee of Foreign Affairs to William Bingham May 14
515
Henry Laurens to Silas Deane Dec 3
516
Henry Laurens to Philip Schuyler Dec 4
517
John Fell Diary Dec 58
519
John Penn to William Woodford Dec 6
520
William Henry Drayton to John Laurens Sept 7
521
William Whipple to Meshech Weare Dec 8
522
Nathaniel Scudder to Richard Henry Lee Dec 9
523
Henry Laurens Notes on his Letter of Resignation Dec 9
524
Henry Laurens to John Parke ? Philopatros to Philalethes Dec ?
526
125
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John Jay to George Clinton Dec 10
529
Francis Lightfoot Lee to Arthur Lee Dec 10
530
John Fell Diary Dec 1113
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Samuel Adams to Mrs Adams Dec 13
532
William Whipple to Josiah Bartlett Dec 14
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William Whipple to Meshech Weare Dec 14
534
Samuel Holten Diary Dec 14
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Francis Lightfoot Lee to Arthur Lee Dec 15
536
Henry Laurens to Rawlins Lowndes Dec 16
537
The Connecticut Delegates to Jonathan Trumbull Dec 16
539
Edward Langworthy to William Duer Dec 18 ?
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Samuel Adams to James Bowdoin Dec 19
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John Fell Diary Dec 19 20
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William Whipple to John Langdon Dec 21
543
Samuel Adams to John Winthrop Dec 21
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John Fell Diary Dec 21 22
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James Duane to Mrs Duane Dec 22
546
The North Carolina Delegates to Richard Caswell Dec 22
547
The Maryland Delegates to Thomas Johnson jr Dec 23
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John Fell Diary Dec 23 24
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Samuel Holten Diary Dec 2325
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Samuel Adams to Samuel Cooper Dec 25
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John Fell Diary Dec 2628
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Samuel Holten Diary Dec 30 31
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Henry Laurens Notes Dec
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