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Editorial Note [Diaries 1:119]

Editorial Note [Diaries 1:162]

From the New York Committee of Safety, 25 April 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 4:135]

From William Gordon, 19–20 June 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 5:40]

To Major General Philip Schuyler, 20–21 June 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 5:60]+

To the Essex County Committee of Safety, 21 June 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 5:64]+

To John Hancock, 27 June 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 5:123]+

General Orders, 3 August 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 5:552]+

To Major General Israel Putnam, 9 November 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 7:129]+

Instructions to Joseph Trumbull, 10 November 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 7:140]+

From John Hancock, 14 November 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 7:158]+

From the New York Committee of Safety, 24 December 1776 [Revolutionary War Series 7:433]+

To John Augustine Washington, 24 February 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 8:439]

To Brigadier General George Weedon, 27 March 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 8:643]

To Richard Henry Lee, 24–26 April 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 9:256]

To Brigadier Generals George Clinton and Alexander McDougall, 2 May 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 9:326]+

To Brigadier General Samuel Holden Parsons, 7 May 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 9:365]+

To John Hancock, 3 June 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 9:601]

To Colonel Theodorick Bland, 8 November 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 12:165]+

From Brigadier General Henry Knox, 26 November 1777 [Revolutionary War Series 12:415]

From Brigadier General John Glover, 29 March 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 14:351]

From Lieutenant General John Burgoyne, 4 April 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 14:395]+

From Major Joseph Watkins, 9 April 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 14:445]+

From Major General William Heath, 10 April 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 14:456]+

From Major General William Heath, 13 April 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 14:495]+

General Orders, 23 April 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 14:591]+

To Major General Benedict Arnold, 6 July 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 16:32]+

To Vice Admiral d'Estaing, 22 July 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 16:126]+

From Baron de Knobelauch, 2 September 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 16:476]+

From Brigadier General William Maxwell, 15 September 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 17:12]+

From Brigadier General John Stark, 15 September 1778 [Revolutionary War Series 17:17]+

From Major General Horatio Gates, 12 April 1779 [Revolutionary War Series 20:39]

To Brigadier General Jedediah Huntington, 16 April 1779 [Revolutionary War Series 20:89]+

From Colonel Daniel Brodhead, 17 April 1779 [Revolutionary War Series 20:103]

From John Jay, 21 April 1779 [Revolutionary War Series 20:151]+

From Thomas Johnson, 23 April 1779 [Revolutionary War Series 20:179]

From Brigadier General Samuel Holden Parsons, 25 April 1779 [Revolutionary War Series 20:207]

From Richard Henry Lee, 28 April 1779 [Revolutionary War Series 20:253]+

From the Board of War, 10 May 1779 [Revolutionary War Series 20:412]+

Tobias Lear to Clement Biddle, 11 July 1790 [Presidential Series 6:46]+

Enclosure: Answers to Questions proposed by the President of the United States to the Secretary of the Treasury., 15 September 1790 [Presidential Series 6:446]

From Thomas Jefferson, 13 April 1792 [Presidential Series 10:260]+

From Anonymous, 1793 [Presidential Series 14:682]

From Tobias Lear, 22 August 1794 [Presidential Series 16:594]+

To Tobias Lear, 28 August 1794 [Presidential Series 16:611]+

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See Also

See also British army

See also British navy

See also British politics

See also England

See also Hammond, George (1763-1853)

See also Intelligence

See also Ireland

See also London (England)

See also Nootka Sound controversy

See also Parliament

See also Privateers

See also Scotland

See also United States: foreign relations: with Great Britain