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Page 2326 - Philadelphia, and what measures (if any) should be adopted, to obtain that redress of grievances which they seem to have solicited in vain.
Page 1648 - Clothing of the Quota of Troops belonging to this State, in the Service of the United States, and for other Purposes therein mentioned.
Page 2029 - March, 1782, respecting an address to the King in favor of peace ; and also a copy of the bill reported in consequence thereof, enabling his Majesty to conclude a peace or truce with the revolted colonies in North America.
Page 2053 - Comfort Sands & Co., Thomas Lowry, Oliver Phelps, Timothy Edwards and Walter Livingston to supply the moving Army with provisions.
Page 1823 - To George Washington, New Windsor. Intelligence obtained from Long Island; efforts to arrange for secret service; British regiments and ships; need of devising a mode of communication with New Windsor.
Page 2288 - ... accordingly. It is with great pleasure the General communicates to the Army the following translation of a letter he received yesterday from the Minister of France.
Page 1698 - To the Person appointed by the Pennsylvania Troops to lead them in the present struggle for their liberties and Rights.
Page 1957 - KILLED AND WOUNDED OF THE FRENCH TROOPS SINCE THE BEGINNING OF THE SIEGE OF YORK.