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Subentries

– Boston citizens [2 references]

– citizens of Augusta, Ga. [2 references]

– citizens of Camden, S.C. [1 reference]

– citizens of Columbia and Granby, S.C. [1 reference]

– citizens of Savannah, Ga. [1 reference]

– city of Petersburg, Va. [1 reference]

– city of Richmond, Va. [1 reference]

– committee of Connecticut legislature [2 references]

– Congregational Church and Society of Midway, Ga. [1 reference]

– Congregational clergy (New Haven, Conn.) [1 reference]

– Congress [5 references]

– corporation of Fredericksburg, Va. [2 references]

– council of Baltimore [1 reference]

– Dartmouth College [1 reference]

– faculty of St. John's College [1 reference]

– farewell address to army [1 reference]

– freemasons of Georgia [1 reference]

– freemasons of King Solomon's Lodge (Trenton, N.C.) [1 reference]

– freemasons of St. John's Lodge No. 2 (New Bern, N.C.) [1 reference]

– French minister (Adet) [1 reference]

– from Alexandria mayor, corporations and citizens [1 reference]

– from Arnoldus Vanderhorst [1 reference]

– from Augusta, Ga., citizens [1 reference]

– from Baltimore citizens [1 reference]

– from Camden, S.C., inhabitants [1 reference]

– from Charles Thomson [1 reference]

– from Charleston, S.C., merchants [1 reference]

– from Charleston, S.C., officials [1 reference]

– from citizens of Chester, Pa. [1 reference]

– from citizens of Columbia and Granby, S.C. [1 reference]

– from Delaware Society for Promoting Domestic Manufactures [1 reference]

– from Ebenezer, Ga., German congregation [1 reference]

– from Elizabethtown, Md., citizens [1 reference]

– from Fayetteville, N.C., merchants and gentlemen [1 reference]

– from Frederick, Md., inhabitants [1 reference]

– from Fredericksburg, Va., officials [1 reference]

– from Georgetown, S.C., inhabitants [1 reference]

– from Georgetown, S.C., Masons [1 reference]

– from Georgia Masons [1 reference]

– from Georgia Society of the Cincinnati [1 reference]

– from governor of Georgia [1 reference]

– from Kentucky convention [1 reference]

– from King Solomon Lodge [1 reference]

– from Lancaster, Pa. [1 reference]

– from Massachusetts legislature [1 reference]

– from Midway, Ga., Congregational Church [1 reference]

– from New Bern, N.C., inhabitants [1 reference]

– from New Bern, N.C., Masons [1 reference]

– from Newport, R.I., clergy [1 reference]

– from Newport, R.I., freemen [1 reference]

– from Newport, R.I., Hebrew Congregation [1 reference]

– from Newport, R.I., Masons [1 reference]

– from North Carolina executive [1 reference]

– from Pennsylvania legislature [1 reference]

– from Pennsylvania supreme court judges [1 reference]

– from Petersburg, Va., officials [1 reference]

– from Philadelphia mayor, recorder, aldermen, and common council [1 reference]

– from president and faculty of Princeton [1 reference]

– from Prince William Parish, S.C. [1 reference]

– from Providence, R.I., inhabitants [1 reference]

– from Rhode Island Cincinnati [1 reference]

– from Rhode Island College [1 reference]

– from Rhode Island legislature [1 reference]

– from Rhode Island Society of the Cincinnati [1 reference]

– from Richmond, Va., officials [1 reference]

– from Salisbury, N.C., inhabitants [1 reference]

– from Savannah, Ga., citizens [1 reference]

– from Savannah, Ga., officials [1 reference]

– from South Carolina convention [2 references]

– from South Carolina Masons [1 reference]

– from St. John's College [1 reference]

– from the citizens of Baltimore [1 reference]

– from the German Reformed Congregations [1 reference]

– from the governor and council of North Carolina [1 reference]

– from the Moravian Society for Propagating the Gospel [1 reference]

– from the New York legislature [1 reference]

– from the Oneida [1 reference]

– from the Pennsylvania Society of the Cincinnati [1 reference]

– from the president and faculty of the University of Pennsylvania [1 reference]

– from the Protestant Episcopal Church [1 reference]

– from the Society of the Cincinnati [1 reference]

– from the trustees of Dartmouth College [1 reference]

– from Universal Church convention [1 reference]

– from Wachovia, N.C., Moravians [1 reference]

– from Wilmington, N.C., inhabitants [1 reference]

– from Wilmington officials [1 reference]

– from York, Pa., citizens [1 reference]

– from “Junius Americanus” [2 references]

– German congregation of Ebenezer, Ga. [1 reference]

– Gov. Telfair of Georgia [1 reference]

– Grand Lodge of the State of South Carolina Ancient York Masons (Charleston) [1 reference]

– Hartford, Conn., mayor, aldermen, and common council [1 reference]

– Harvard College [2 references]

– Humphreys's draft of address to Thomson [1 reference]

– Indians [2 references]

– inhabitants of Carlisle, Pa. [1 reference]

– inhabitants of Fayetteville, N.C. [1 reference]

– inhabitants of Frederick, Md. [1 reference]

– inhabitants of Georgetown, S.C. [1 reference]

– inhabitants of Harrisburg, Pa. [1 reference]

– inhabitants of Lancaster, Pa. [1 reference]

– inhabitants of Salisbury, N.C. [1 reference]

– inhabitants of Wilmington, N.C. [1 reference]

– inhabitants of York, Pa. [2 references]

– intendant and wardens of Charleston, S.C. [4 references]

– legislature of Georgia [2 references]

– Lord Loudoun [1 reference]

– Marblehead, Mass., citizens [3 references]

– Masonic brethren of Prince George's Lodge No. 16 (Georgetown, S.C.) [1 reference]

– Massachusetts and New Hampshire Presbyterian clergy [2 references]

– Massachusetts executive [2 references]

– mayor and aldermen of Savannah, Ga. [1 reference]

– merchants of Charleston, S.C. [1 reference]

– New Hampshire executive [2 references]

– New Jersey legislature [1 reference]

– officers of the army [1 reference]

– on Treaty of New York [1 reference]

– Pennsylvania governor and legislature [1 reference]

– people of Prince William's Parish (S.C.) [2 references]

– Portsmouth, Mass., citizens [2 references]

– Quakers [1 reference]

– Roman Catholic clergy and laity [2 references]

– Salem, Mass., citizens [1 reference]

– Societies of the Cincinnati [5 references]

– state of Georgia [2 references]

– State of the Union address [1 reference]

– to Alexandria mayor, corporation, and citizens [1 reference]

– to Augusta, Ga., citizens [1 reference]

– to Camden, S.C., citizens [1 reference]

– to Charles Thomson [1 reference]

– to Charleston, S.C., merchants [1 reference]

– to Charleston, S.C., officials [2 references]

– to citizens of Columbia and Granby, S.C. [1 reference]

– to citizens of Marblehead [1 reference]

– to citizens of Newburyport, Mass. [1 reference]

– to citizens of Portsmouth, N.H. [1 reference]

– to Congress [8 references]

– to Delaware Society for Promoting Domestic Manufactures [1 reference]

– to Elizabethtown, Md., citizens [1 reference]

– to Fayetteville, N.C., citizens [1 reference]

– to Frederick, Md., inhabitants [1 reference]

– to Fredericksburg, Va., officials [1 reference]

– to Free Society of Quakers [1 reference]

– to Georgetown, S.C., inhabitants [1 reference]

– to Georgetown, S.C., Masons [1 reference]

– to Georgia legislature [1 reference]

– to Georgia Masons [1 reference]

– to Georgia Society of the Cincinnati [1 reference]

– to governor and legislature of New Hampshire [1 reference]

– to Lancaster, Pa. [1 reference]

– to Massachusetts legislature [1 reference]

– to Midway, Ga., Congregational Church [1 reference]

– to New Bern, N.C., Freemasons [1 reference]

– to New Bern, N.C., inhabitants [1 reference]

– to New Jersey legislature [1 reference]

– to Newport, R.I., clergy [1 reference]

– to Newport, R.I., freemen [1 reference]

– to Newport, R.I., Hebrew Congregation [1 reference]

– to Newport, R.I., Masons [1 reference]

– to North Carolina executive [1 reference]

– to officers of Virginia Regiment [1 reference]

– to Pennsylvania legislature [1 reference]

– to Pennsylvania Society of the Cincinnati [1 reference]

– to Pennsylvania supreme court judges [1 reference]

– to Petersburg, Va., officials [1 reference]

– to Philadelphia mayor, recorder, aldermen, and common council [1 reference]

– to president and faculty of Princeton [1 reference]

– to president and faculty of the University of Pennsylvania [1 reference]

– to Prince William Parish, S.C. [1 reference]

– to Providence, R.I., inhabitants [1 reference]

– to Rhode Island Cincinnati [1 reference]

– to Rhode Island College [1 reference]

– to Rhode Island legislature [1 reference]

– to Rhode Island Society of the Cincinnati [1 reference]

– to Richmond, Va., officials [1 reference]

– to Roman Catholics [1 reference]

– to Salisbury, N.C., inhabitants [1 reference]

– to Savannah, Ga., citizens [1 reference]

– to Savannah, Ga., officials [1 reference]

– to Savannah Hebrew Congregation [1 reference]

– to Society of Quakers [1 reference]

– to South Carolina Masons [1 reference]

– to synod of Dutch Reformed Church [1 reference]

– to the citizens of Boston [1 reference]

– to the German Reformed Congregations [1 reference]

– to the governor and council of North Carolina [1 reference]

– to the Moravian Society for Propagating the Gospel [1 reference]

– to the New York legislature [1 reference]

– to the Oneida [1 reference]

– to the Protestant Episcopal Church [1 reference]

– to the Providence Association of Mechanics and Manufacturers [1 reference]

– to the Society of the Cincinnati [1 reference]

– to the Society of the Cincinnati of Massachusetts [1 reference]

– to the South Carolina Society of the Cincinnati [1 reference]

– to the trustees of Dartmouth College [1 reference]

– to U.S. Senate [1 reference]

– to Universal Church convention [1 reference]

– to Virginia legislature [1 reference]

– to Wachovia, N.C., Moravians [1 reference]

– to Wilmington, N.C., inhabitants [1 reference]

– to Wilmington officials [1 reference]

– to York, Pa., citizens [1 reference]

– United Brethren of Wachovia (N.C.) [1 reference]

– upon relinquishing military command [1 reference]

– Vermont legislature [1 reference]

– Virginia legislature [2 references]