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No. Author Recipient Title Date Context
241 American Commissioners President of Congress The American Commissioners to the President of … 1778-07-29 AL (draft): Massachusetts Historical Society; three copies and one transcript: National Archives...
242 American Commissioners President of Congress The American Commissioners to the President of … 1778-07-20 AL (draft): Massachusetts Historical Society; three copies and one transcript: National Archives...
243 American Commissioners President of Congress The American Commissioners to the President of … 1778-11-07 LS : National Archives; copies: Massachusetts Historical Society, South Carolina Historical...
244 American Commissioners President of Congress The American Commissioners to the President of … 1778-07-16 AL (draft): Massachusetts Historical Society <Passy, July 16, 1778: We enclose a letter from M....
245 Franklin, Benjamin Laurens, Henry The Commissioners to the President of the Congress, 17 … 1778-09-17 The last letter which We have had the Honour to write jointly to Congress, was of the Twentyeth...
246 American Commissioners President of Congress The American Commissioners to the President of … 1777-02-06 ALS and copy: National Archives This will be delivered to you by M. de Coudray, an Officer of...
247 Franklin, Benjamin President of Congress Franklin and Silas Deane to the President of Congress … 1778-02-08 LS : South Carolina Historical Society; transcript and two copies: National Archives; copies:...
248 Izard, Ralph President of Congress Enclosure: Ralph Izard to President of the Congress, 12 … 1778-09-12 The Melasses business would certainly have proved the source of continual disputes, if it had not...