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References

To John Hancock, 9 February 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 3:280]

To Major General Artemas Ward, 7 July 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 5:237]+

From Brigadier General George Clinton, 2 August 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 5:544]+

To Colonel David Forman, 10 January 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 8:31]+

From Captain Robert McKenzie, 20 March 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 8:604]+

From James Mease, 12 April 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 9:140]+

From Major General Adam Stephen, 23 April 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 9:255]+

To Major General Horatio Gates, 15 May 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 9:430]+

From George Clinton, 9 October 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 11:458]

From Henry Laurens, 18 June 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 15:453]

From Henry Laurens, 18 June 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 15:456]

To John Augustine Washington, 23 September 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 17:111]

To Major Richard Howell, 5 October 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 17:267]+

From the Continental Congress Committee for Foreign Affairs, 27 October 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 17:598]+

From John Jay, 8 April 1779 [Revolutionary War Series 20:4]

Subentries

– and Maine boundary dispute [2 references]

– and U.S. fishing rights [2 references]

– as cause of future war [1 reference]

– British troops in [1 reference]

– boundary of [1 reference]

– expedition to [1 reference]

– Indians from [2 references]

– intelligence from [5 references]

– Loyalists in [1 reference]

– Loyalists settle in [5 references]

– petitions from inhabitants [2 references]

– plan to join with United States [1 reference]

– proposed expedition against [3 references]

– proposed expedition to [9 references]

– provisions from [1 reference]

– reconnaissance of [4 references]

– refugees to [1 reference]

– reinforcements to [1 reference]

– ships bound to and from [1 reference]

– strategic importance [1 reference]