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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 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 ...
Committee of Safety, New-York, January 27, 1776.
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
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
Head-quarters, New-York, April, 8th 1776.
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 Council of Safety, for the state of New-York, Kingston, August 13, 1777.
In Provincial Congress for the colony of New-York, the [blank] day of [blank] 1776.
In Provincial Congress, New-York, June 13, 1776.
New-York, theatre, 1782.
Philadelphia, January 27, 1781.
Proclamation. The number of fires which have appeared at the same time at very distant parts.
St. Tammany Society, no. [blank.] This is to certify, that [blank] is a member of the Society of the Sons of St. Tammany.
To all adherents to the British government and followers of the British Army commonly called Tories, who are at present within the city and county of New-York.
Whereas, many persons, at and below the White-Plains, in the county of West-Chester, by reason of the ravages of the enemy, are greatly distressed for want of provision to support their families.
following return of the prisoners, taken at Forts Montgomery and Clinton, are published for the satisfaction of the public, and particularly for the benefit of their relations; who are requested to deliver such supplies, as they mean to send for the use o
list of the fortunate numbers in the New-York Poor Lottery.
proclamation. By His Excellency the Honorable William Howe.