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    • Ward, Joseph
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    • Revolutionary War
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    • Adams, John


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I wish it was in my power to give you a satisfactory and particular state of facts relative to...
The 2 instant at night we began a cannonade and bombardment upon the Enemy, and continued it...
I have the pleasure to inform you that another Scotch Transport with a Company of Highland...
Yesterday I came to this place; all things remain much as they were; a few Companies have come in...
We hoped to have the pleasure of seeing you again in Camp before you set out for Philadelphia,...
I beg leave to recommend to your Notice Capt. Price, the Bearer of this, who has commanded one of...
This day General Arnold came into Camp, I have had a long conversation with him upon the affairs...
Yesterday a severe skirmish happened between a party of seven hundred of our Troops and two or...
Yesterday the Enemy retreated back to Brunswick; they were followed and fired on by a small party...
I have the pleasure to inform you that we have driven the Pirates out of this Harbour. The...