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11 American Commissioners Moylan, James The American Commissioners to James Moylan, 27 October … 1778-10-27 AL (draft): Massachusetts Historical Society; two copies: National Archives We received your...
12 American Commissioners Schweighauser, Jean-Daniel The American Commissioners to Schweighauser, 27 October … 1778-10-27 ALS : Massachusetts Historical Society; two copies: National Archives <Passy, October 27, 1778:...
13 Austin, Jonathan Loring American Commissioners Jonathan Loring Austin to the American Commissioners … 1778-10-27 ALS : American Philosophical Society <Amsterdam, October 27, 1778: I will sail for St. Eustatia...
14 Dumas, Charles-Guillaume-Frédéric American Commissioners Dumas to the American Commissioners, 27 October 1778 … 1778-10-27 ALS : American Philosophical Society; AL (draft): Algemeen Rijksarchief; copy: National Archives...
15 Marine Committee Franklin, Benjamin To Benjamin Franklin from the Marine Committee, 27 … 1778-10-27 LS : Yale University Library; copies: National Archives, Library of Congress This will go by a...
16 Niles, Robert Franklin, Benjamin To Benjamin Franklin from Robert Niles, 27 October 1778 1778-10-27 ALS : American Philosophical Society This may advise you that I have had the misfortune Of being...
17 Pottar, Thomas Franklin, Benjamin To Benjamin Franklin from Thomas Pottar, 27 October … 1778-10-27 ALS : American Philosophical Society To pardon the Liberty I take in trubling your honor to...
18 Washington, George General Orders, 27 October 1778 1778-10-27 Varick transcript , DLC:GW .
19 Washington, George Board of War From George Washington to the Board of War, 27 October … 1778-10-27 In the Letter, which I had the honor of addressing to you on the 18 Instant—I mentioned the...
20 Continental Congress Committee for Foreign Affairs Washington, George To George Washington from the Continental Congress … 1778-10-27 Congress having resolved upon the Expediency of attacking Canada the next Campaign, in...