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To the inhabitants of the city and county of New-York.
New-York, April 16, 1776. Extract of a letter from John Jay, Esq.
Extract of a letter from General Gates, dated camp at Saratoga, October 18, 1777.
State of Massachusetts-Bay. In the House of Representatives, March 13, 1778.
In Congress, May 27, 1778.
Verses. For a believer, when looking on a watch.
Instructions to the officers appointed to recruit in New-York, for the service of the United States of America.
We the subscribers do hereby solemnly engage and inlist [our]selves, as soldiers, in the batallions of the State of Rhode-Island and Providence Plantations, in the service of the United States of America.
I [blank] being made a prisoner of war, by the Army of the Thirteen United Colonies in North-America, do promise and engage, on my word and honour, and on the faith of a gentleman, to depart from hence to [blank] in the province of [blank] being the place
Plan for establishing a national bank, for the United States of North-America
Speech of William Tr--n, Esq; who was executed on Thursday the 18th of March, 1776.
In Congress, January 13, 1779.
In Congress, May 21, 1776.
By Commodore Sir George Collier, commander in chief of His Majesty's ships and vessels in North-America; and Major-General William Tryon.
Cruel murder; or A Mournful poem.
State of New-York.
Few lines composed on the Dark Day, of May 19, 1780.
Peace. Salem, February 21, 1783.
To the honourable magistrates, and worthy electors of King's County, on Nassau-Island, in the colony of New-York.
News carrier, to the generous customers of the New Hampshire gazette. A New Year's wish.
In Congress, May 2, 1780.
civil authority and select-men of the town of Groton.
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.
Covention [sic] at Concord, Sept. 22, 1779 for stating the prices of sundry articles.