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White Plains [N.Y.] 27 July 1776 . Transmits “the enclosed Deposition relative to Wm Suttons declaration after returning from on board Governor Tryon’s Ship last fall.” LS , DLC:GW . The deponent, who is not named in the enclosed document, testified before the Westchester County committee of safety at White Plains on 12 July that “some time after William Sutton returned Home from Governor...
Our convention having, the 12th. instant, adjourned to the first monday in October, I did not receive yours of the 1st. July ‘til I had been a fortnight at home. I am much concerned at the situation of our affairs in Canada, but am not without hope they may yet be retrieved. A thorough knowledge of the sources of human evils, is, generally speaking, a good step towards pointing out effectual...
Lord Dunmore, driven from Gwins, retreated to St. George’s island in Potowmack, a station we hear he found no less unquiet than what he left, so that he hath gone up that river, distressed, it is imagined for want of water. Ought the precept, ‘if thine enemy thirst give him drink,’ to be observed towards such a fiend, and in such a war? Our countrymen will probably decide in the negative; and...