Documents of the Senate of the State of New York, Volum 5

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Introduction by Henry B Dawson to New York City during
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Robert R Livingston Secretary of Foreign Affairs to the Gov
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James Duane to Governor ClintonIn Regard to French Exchange
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Robert Morris Protests to the Governors of the States Against
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Governor Clinton Forwards to President Weare of New Hampshire
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James Duane to Governor Clinton on His Election to the Senate
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Robert Morris Appeals for Justice for the Army 4041
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Resolution of Congress as to the Requisition of 2000000 from
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Governor Clinton Further Expostulates with Sir Guy Carleton
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Officers of the New York Society of the Cincinnati
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Two Letters from Robert MorrisIn the First He Dwells Upon
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Mrs DeLancey Resents the Action of the Sequestration Commis
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Sir Guy Carleton Answers Governor Clintons Charges of Abuses
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Additional Information Concerning the Conspiracy to Plunder
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Robert Benson Reports to the New York Delegates in Congress that
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Mr lHommedieu to Governor Clinton in Regard to Abuses Com
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Robert R Livingston Notifies the Governor of His Resignation
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Henry Sherburne Appointed by Governor Clinton Commissioner
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Robert R Livingston Informs Governor Clinton He Will Continue
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Colonel Floyd to Governor Clinton in Regard to Congressional
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Governor Clinton to William Floyd Regarding the Temper of
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Robert Morris Authorizes the PaymasterGeneral to Settle Army
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Governor Clinton Receives the Articles of Peace from Colonel
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Governor Clinton Makes a Bid to Establish the National Capital
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New York Prepares for Home Defence when the British Eyacuate
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Alexander Hamilton Requests Governor Clintons Sentiments
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Governor Clinton Submits to Washington His Views on the Main
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Messrs Hamilton and Floyd Transmit to Governor Clinton
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Governor Clinton Arranges for General Scott to Participate in
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For a National Copyright 164165
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Robert Morris to Governor ClintonDeficiencies in Governmental
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Alexander Hamilton to Governor Clinton in Regard to the Plan
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The Council at Poughkeepsie Protests against Sir Guy Carletons
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Governor Clinton Forwards the Proceedings of the Council
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Resolutions Passed in the Maryland Legislature Offering Annapolis
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New York State Unrepresented in Congress 202203
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President Boudinot Forwards the HeathWashington Correspond
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Mr lHommedieu Compelled to Leave CongressDiscomforts
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Massachusetts Appoints Three Commissioners to Act with
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Sir Guy Carleton Fixes the Official Date of Evacuation for Novem
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Sir Guy Carleton Notifies Governor Clinton He Will Be Unable
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Address of the Marine Society of New York to Governor Clinton
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Evacuation Day CeremoniesPreliminary Arrangements
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Order of the Procession November 25 1783 297299
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Reply of General Washington 301302
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Admiral Digby Requests Several Concessions from Governor Clin
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Statement of the Troops of the Enemy at the Time of the Evacua
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Captain Duncan Furnishes Governor Clinton With a List of Build
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The Contemplated Indian CouncilAbraham Cuyler Forwards
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Governor Clinton to Joseph Brant as to the Contemplated Council
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Copy of Message from Arthur Lee Richard Butler United States
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Governor Clinton Informs Henry Glen That He and His Associates
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Jellis Fonda to Governor Clinton as to Rey Mr Kirkland Advis
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A Return of Stores Received by Wm Colbreath at Fort Schuyler
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Correspondence Relative to Running and Marking the boundary
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Egbert Benson Files His Resignation as Attorney General with
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Washingtons Headquarters during the Revolution 414419
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Index 421467
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