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2201 Franklin, Benjamin Pownall, Thomas From Benjamin Franklin to Thomas Pownall, [9 September … 1756-09-09 Extract: Huntington Library; Public Record Office, London The circular Letter You show’d me the...
2202 Documents on the £60,000 Excise Bill, 13–16 September … 1756-09-13 I. Reprinted from Minutes of the Provincial Council of Pennsylvania , VII (Harrisburg, 1851), 249...
2203 Dinwiddie, Robert Washington, George To George Washington from Robert Dinwiddie, 13 … 1756-09-13 Your Letter of the 8th I recd last Night—I am affraid the Draughts from Prince William, Culpeper...
2204 Mason, George Washington, George To George Washington from George Mason, 13 September … 1756-09-13 Your Favour of the 29th Augt did not come to my Hands till yesterday: as I did not see the...
2205 Washington, George Orders, 14–22 September 1756 1756-09-14 George Field, Thomas Nevill, Peter Simmonds, and Thomas Ope, recruited by Captain Mercer, were...
2206 Kirkpatrick, John Washington, George To George Washington from John Kirkpatrick, 22 … 1756-09-22 I had your favour at Noon, before Which the Express had set out for Mount Vernon, after giving...
2207 Ramsay, William Washington, George To George Washington from William Ramsay, 22 September … 1756-09-22 Yours to Mr Kirkpatrick I have just perus’d, of my truth yo. may depend on, & that I wish my...
2208 Pennsylvania Assembly Committee Pennsylvania Assembly Committee: Report on the … 1756-09-23 Printed in Votes and Proceedings of the House of Representatives , 1755–1756 (Philadelphia,...
2209 Franklin, Benjamin Collinson, Peter From Benjamin Franklin to Peter Collinson, 23 September … 1756-09-23 Duplicate: Pierpont Morgan Library I enclose three Bills, viz. A second for £50 Sterling, drawn...
2210 Washington, George Orders, 23 September 1756 1756-09-23 Ensign Price to march the men under his command to-morrow morning, to their respective...