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101 Thompson, Thomas American Commissioners Thomas Thompson to the American Commissioners, 2 … 1777-12-02 ALS : American Philosophical Society Inclos’d is a Letter which I most ernestly desire you will...
102 Williams, Jonathan, Jr. American Commissioners Jonathan Williams, Jr., to the American Commissioners … 1777-12-02 ALS : American Philosophical Society By my Letter to day I am in expectation of Dispatches for...
103 Committee for Foreign Affairs American Commissioners The Committee for Foreign Affairs to the American … 1777-12-01 Copies: American Philosophical Society, Library of Congress, National Archives As we wish the...
104 Peltier-Dudoyer, Jean American Commissioners Jean Peltier-Dudoyer to the American Commissioners, 1 … 1777-12-01 ALS : University of Virginia Library Sur les ordres de Messrs. De Montieu Proprietaire du Navire...
105 Williams, Jonathan, Jr. American Commissioners Jonathan Williams, Jr., to the American Commissioners … 1777-11-30 ALS : American Philosophical Society I am happy in sending you the agreeable News of Genl....
106 Williams, Jonathan, Jr. American Commissioners Jonathan Williams, Jr., to the American Commissioners … 1777-11-29 ALS : University of Virginia Library Agreeable to the orders of Mr. Dean and Mr. Lee I have the...
107 Dumas, Charles-Guillaume-Frédéric American Commissioners Dumas to the American Commissioners, 28 November 1777 … 1777-11-28 Letterbook abstract: Algemeen Rijksarchief, The Hague Envoyé les feuillets du Mercure Novembre...
108 Adams, John Deane, Silas V. Naval Committee to Silas Deane, 7 November 1775 1775-11-07 You are desired to repair immediately to the City of New York, and there purchase a Ship suitable...