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At a general meeting of the Committee of Mechanicks, at Mrs. Van Dyke's, the 27th December, 1783.
By His Excellency George Clinton, Esq; governor of the state of New-York, general of the militia, and admiral of the navy of the same. A proclamation.
By His Excellency George Clinton, Esquire, governor of the state of New-York, &c. &c. &c. To [blank] greeting.
By His Excellency George Washinton [sic], Esquire, general, and commander in chief of the army of the United States of North-America ..., August 17, 1776
By His Excellency Sir Henry Clinton, knight of the most honourable Order of Bath, lieutenant general of his Majesty's forces, &c. Proclamation.
By His Excellency William Tryon, Esq; captain general and governor in chief, in and over the province of New-York ... A proclamation.
By his Excellency George Clinton, Esquire, governor of the state of New-York, general and commander in chief of all the Militia, and admiral of the Navy of the said state. Proclamation. Whereas in and by a proclamation of the United States of America ...
Chester, the 7th day of April, 1780.
Committee chamber, New-York, January 10, 1776.
Committee of Safety, New-York, January 27, 1776.
Committee-chamber, New-York, April 13th 1776.
Contraction from Hartford New Haven, Norwalk, Bedford +c. No 102
Declaration, or Ordinance, of the Convention of the State of New-York, passed May 10, 1777, offering free pardon to such of the subjects of the said State, as, having committed treasonable acts against the same, shall return to their allegiance. Whereas d
From Coldenham towards Goshen the Walkill Road. No 128 (4th)
Gentlemen, Although a certain day is fixed for the session of Congress, which we beg leave to remind you is the first of February; and although we have no prospect of necessity of calling the Congress sooner, yet we have abundant reason to request that th
George the Third, by the grace of God, of Great-Britain, France, and Ireland ... Whereas, by a statute made and passed ... An act to prohibit all trade and intercourse with the colonies ... and also two acts made in the last session ... and whereas by a c
Gov. Whitman says he can see no reason why New York regiments should be kept on the border. President Wilson says the conditions which made your coming necessary still exist. He made those conditions so he must know about it … A vote for Huges [i.e. Hughe
Gov. Whitman says he can see no reason why New York regiments should be kept on the border. President Wilson says the conditions which made your coming necessary still exist. He made those conditions so he must know about it … A vote for Hughes---Whitman-
Head-quarters, New-York, April, 8th 1776.
In Committee of Safety for the state of New-York. Fish-kill, Jan. 6, 1777.
In Committee of Safety for the state of New-York. Kingston, March 1, 1777.
In Committee of Safety, for the state of New-York. Fish-kills, Nov. 7, 1776.
In Convention of the Representatives of the State of New-York, Kingston, April 1, 1777.
In Convention of the Representatives of the State of New-York. September 21, 1776.