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References

From Thomas Lynch, 13 November 1775 [Revolutionary War Series 2:367]

From a Friend to America, 20 November 1775 [Revolutionary War Series 2:406]+

To William Ramsay, 4–11 December 1775 [Revolutionary War Series 2:489]

From Brigadier General John Sullivan, 5–6 June 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 4:441]

From Major General Artemas Ward, 22 July 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 5:428]+

To Lund Washington, 6 October 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 6:494]

To General William Howe, 13 January 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 8:60]

To Major General Charles Lee, 1 April 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 9:40]+

From Brigadier General James Mitchell Varnum, 1–4 April 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 9:42]

From Brigadier General Alexander McDougall, 12 April 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 9:136]

To Brigadier General George Clinton, 26 April 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 9:272]+

To Patrick Henry, 17 May 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 9:452]

From Brigadier General Alexander McDougall, 19 May 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 9:479]

General Orders, 10 June 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 9:658]

From Major General Philip Schuyler, 16 June 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 10:56]

From Mercer & Schenk, 30 June 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 10:154]+

To Major General Israel Putnam, 6 July 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 10:210]+

To Major General Israel Putnam, 22 July 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 10:362]+

From Major General Israel Putnam, 24 July 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 10:394]

From Major General Philemon Dickinson, 11 August 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 10:586]+

From Major General Joseph Spencer, 15 August 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 10:631]+

To William Livingston, 31 December 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 13:85]

From James Lovell, 31 December 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 13:88]

To Major General Israel Putnam, 25 January 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 13:345]+

From Colonel George Gibson, 17 February 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 13:569]+

To Major General Horatio Gates, 23–26 February 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 13:647]

From Brigadier General Anthony Wayne, 26 February 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 13:678]+

From Brigadier General John Nixon, 24 July 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 16:157]+

To Lieutenant Caleb Brewster, 11 August 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 16:292]+

From Brigadier General William Maxwell, 27 August 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 16:388]+

From Brigadier General Samuel Holden Parsons, 29 August 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 16:415]+

From Major General William Heath, 10 September 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 16:557]+

From Major Thomas Wickes, 10 September 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 16:564]+

To Robert Erskine, 10 February 1779 [Revolutionary War Series 19:166]+

To George Bryan, 9 March 1779 [Revolutionary War Series 19:415]+

From Gouverneur Morris, 14 March 1779 [Revolutionary War Series 19:479]+

To Major General Israel Putnam, 2 April 1779 [Revolutionary War Series 19:711]+

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– absence of [1 reference]

– abused [1 reference]

– accept British pardons [2 references]

– accused [4 references]

– aid banditti [1 reference]

– aid British [1 reference]

– aid deserters [2 references]

– alarm guards [1 reference]

– alleged British contempt and indifference toward [3 references]

– alleged conspiracies [51 references]

– alleged threats to GW [2 references]

– American spies pose as [1 reference]

– American treatment and suppression of [117 references]

– amnesty proposed for [1 reference]

– among Quakers [1 reference]

– and capture of Charles Lee [5 references]

– and Cherry Valley raid [3 references]

– and Convention Army [1 reference]

– and evacuation of Boston [5 references]

– and GW's proclamation [4 references]

– and militia [2 references]

– and news of French treaty [1 reference]

– and oaths of allegiance [1 reference]

– and passes to New York City [1 reference]

– and possible British evacuation of New York [9 references]

– and possible South Carolina expedition [5 references]

– and prisoner exchange [4 references]

– and prisoners [6 references]

– and provisions supplies [5 references]

– appeal to GW [12 references]

– arrest, capture, and imprisonment of [42 references]

– arrest and deportation [56 references]

– arrested on suspicion [1 reference]

– artillery of [1 reference]

– ask GW for assistance [2 references]

– as intermediaries [1 reference]

– as prisoners [10 references]

– as refugees [1 reference]

– assist prisoners [1 reference]

– as spies and informants [17 references]

– as threat to frontier [10 references]

– at Fort Washington (Fort Knyphausen), N.Y. [2 references]

– at Halifax [1 reference]

– at King's Bridge, N.Y. [3 references]

– at Little Egg Harbor, N.J. [2 references]

– at Norfolk [2 references]

– at Portsmouth, N.H. [3 references]

– at Rhode Island [3 references]

– attacks and expeditions against [4 references]

– attacks by [7 references]

– banished [1 reference]

– banished to New York City [2 references]

– become troublesome [1 reference]

– British relations [9 references]

– British treatment of [6 references]

– British use of [2 references]

– called Greens and Green Coats [5 references]

– captured [2 references]

– captured and tried [3 references]

– captured or killed [5 references]

– cavalry troop [1 reference]

– citizens accused of being [1 reference]

– civil laws against [2 references]

– clamorous mouths silenced [1 reference]

– communications [2 references]

– conceal American deserters [1 reference]

– confiscation of property and arms [36 references]

– confiscation of property of in New York [1 reference]

– Connolly's plot [16 references]

– consolidation of corps [1 reference]

– conspiracies and insurrections [14 references]

– corps [14 subentries]

– court-martialed [1 reference]

– criticized [2 references]

– damage houses [1 reference]

– deeds of mercy by [1 reference]

– delusions of [1 reference]

– deployments [11 references]

– depredations by [5 references]

– deserters [12 references]

– despised to the greatest degree [1 reference]

– dispositions and movements at New York [4 references]

– distressed and despondent [7 references]

– divided families [3 references]

– drafting of as punishment [1 reference]

– elated [1 reference]

– embark at New York and Sandy Hook, N.J. [19 references]

– encourage American desertion [1 reference]

– encouraged to settle in Bahamas [1 reference]

– engagements [2 references]

– evacuation of families [4 references]

– exchange [4 references]

– executed [1 reference]

– falsely reported to be going to the West Indies [5 references]

– false reports of [1 reference]

– fears of [1 reference]

– flee to Great Britain [2 references]

– follow British retreat [1 reference]

– frontier operations [16 references]

– furnish pilots for British navy [3 references]

– furniture thrown overboard [1 reference]

– give intelligence to British [3 references]

– go to England [2 references]

– guide ships [1 reference]

– hide in Philadelphia [1 reference]

– hide supplies [1 reference]

– hung in chains [1 reference]

– hurl abusive language [1 reference]

– imprisonment and trial of [1 reference]

– in British service [108 references]

– in campaign against Six Nations (Sullivan's expedition) [7 references]

– in Canada [10 references]

– in Connecticut [14 references]

– in Delaware [6 references]

– Indian relations [2 references]

– indictments of [1 reference]

– infestations of [1 reference]

– influence politicians [1 reference]

– information protected from [1 reference]

– in Georgia [2 references]

– in Maryland [14 references]

– in Massachusetts [17 references]

– in Mohawk Valley [2 references]

– in New Hampshire [4 references]

– in New Hampshire Grants [1 reference]

– in New Jersey [95 references + 1 subentry]

– in New York [190 references]

– in New York City [3 references]

– in New York City area [8 references]

– in North Carolina [6 references]

– in Nova Scotia [1 reference]

– in Orange County, N.Y. [2 references]

– in Pennsylvania [43 references]

– in Rhode Island [8 references]

– in South Carolina [2 references]

– in southern states [6 references]

– in states [2 references]

– intelligence activities [5 references]

– intercepted [1 reference]

– in the British service [27 references]

– in Vermont [1 reference]

– in Virginia [15 references]

– in Westchester County, N.Y. [18 references]

– join Indians [3 references]

– laws about [2 references]

– legal proceedings against [5 references]

– meetings of [2 references]

– military actions [26 references]

– military activities [9 references]

– military units [7 references + 27 subentries]

– morale [5 references]

– murders [4 references]

– offers of pardon to [4 references]

– officers [4 references]

– on Florida expeditions [6 references]

– on frontier [16 references]

– on Long Island [10 references]

– on New Jersey foraging expedition [5 references]

– on parole [1 reference]

– on Pennsylvania frontier [1 reference]

– on raid into Vermont [1 reference]

– on ships [1 reference]

– on Staten Island [5 references]

– own mills [1 reference]

– pardoned [2 references]

– passes for [3 references]

– pay for [1 reference]

– personal attacks on GW [1 reference]

– petition British peace commissioners [11 references]

– placed on British army establishment [2 references]

– plundering and depredations by [8 references]

– possessions impressed [9 references]

– postwar claims of [2 references]

– prisoners [6 references]

– property [22 references]

– property claims [2 references]

– property confiscated and plundered [9 references]

– property seized from [1 reference]

– property seizures [3 references]

– provide intelligence [13 references]

– publishers [1 reference]

– punishment of [6 references]

– purchase horses for British [2 references]

– pursued [1 reference]

– raiders lurk in pine barrens [1 reference]

– raid frontier [2 references]

– raids by [5 references]

– ranger corps [4 references]

– rascally behavior of [1 reference]

– recruited [7 references]

– refugee meeting at New York [5 references]

– refugees from Boston [2 references]

– refuse oath of allegiance [1 reference]

– release [2 references]

– relish prospect of plunder [1 reference]

– returns of [2 references]

– return to America [1 reference]

– Rivington's Loyalist newspapers [3 references]

– robbed [1 reference]

– seek release of families [4 references]

– seizure of property from [5 references]

– sell estates [2 references]

– sell produce [1 reference]

– sent to Bermuda [1 reference]

– sent to Halifax [8 references]

– sent to Quebec [1 reference]

– sermon against [1 reference]

– settle in Nova Scotia [5 references]

– sickly and discontented [1 reference]

– skirmishes with [8 references]

– small arms of [1 reference]

– spread false rumors [4 references]

– spread rumors [1 reference]

– sprout like bull rushes [1 reference]

– spy activities [9 references]

– stuff pockets with paper dollars [1 reference]

– supply British [2 references]

– supply British army [8 references]

– supply provisions [1 reference]

– suppression of [53 references]

– surgeons [3 references]

– sweep cattle [1 reference]

– taken prisoner [5 references]

– threat in New York [2 references]

– threat of insurrections [5 references]

– threat of retaliation against [1 reference]

– treatment [2 references]

– trials of [4 references]

– units [1 subentry]

– unrest among [5 references]

– unrest by [6 references]

– view of British peace commissioners [1 reference]

– viewpoint expressed [1 reference]

– visit American prisoners [1 reference]

– volunteer for military service [6 references]

– whale boats [2 references]

– woodcutters [1 reference]

– work for Americans [1 reference]

See Also

See also Ammunition

See also Arms

See also Courts-martial

See also Intelligence

See also Militia

See also Recruiting