Public Papers of Governor Volume 9

Public Papers of Governor Volume 9

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1911 edition. Excerpt: ...II:574-575; Christopher Tappen to, II:577-578; Jonathan Trumbull to, on shipment of salt, II:579; Col. Hugh Hughes to, on abuses under flags of truce, II:579-580; his reply II:580-581; informed of recapture of William Adamson, II:581585; to Gen. Putnam, II:586; his judgment of Gen. Putnam, II:586589, 608; requests Gen. Gates to inspects defenses of Hudson, II: 588-589; recommends construction of fortress at West Point, II: 589-594; John Haring to, II: 595-596; James Duane to, II: 597-599; Capt. Johnston and Maj. Goetschius to, II:599-600; Henry Laurens to. II:601-603; Chris Clinton, George--continued. topher Duyckinck to, II:605; Col. Henry B. Livingston to, II:605606; Gen. Samuel H. Parsons to, II:606-607. 609; to Col. William Malcom, II:607-608; accounts due to II:609-610; to Alexander Hamilton, on plundering by soldiers, II:610-612; John Addison to, II:613-614; to Henry Laurens, on meeting of legislature, II. 614-616; war office to, asking for militia ordinances, II:616-61 7; hi reply, II:61 7; Ebenezer Thomp son to, on imprisoned loyalists, II. 618; his reasons for calling on militia prior to fall of Forts Clinton and Montgomery, II:628-633; refuses to admit Vermont claim, II: 633; reward offered for his capture, II:634; Nicholas Sause to, II:637-638; Henry Williams to, on meeting place of legislature, II: 639-640; to Gen. Gates, II:641; petition to, from inhabitants of Westchester county, II:641-642, 696-697; inhabitants of Wawarsing petition to, II:643-644; interferes in behalf of Col. Brinckerhoff, II:651; to Col. Hughes, II:651652; Col. Hugh Hughes to, II: 652-653; to Gen. Putnam. II: 563; Robert Livingston to, on dispute with state. II:654-658; Lt. John Ball resigns to, II:665-666; Matthew Cantine to, II:666667; to Francis Lightfoot Lee, more

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  • Paperback | 180 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 10mm | 331g
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236522508
  • 9781236522504