2 edition of New-York, May 1, 1775. found in the catalog.
New-York, May 1, 1775.
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My book, Kidnapping the Enemy: The Special Operations to Capture Generals Charles Lee & Richard Prescott (Westholme, ), focused on the stunning captures of two major generals who fought on opposite sides during the American Revolutionary War, Charles Lee of the Continental Army and Richard Prescott of the British Army. At the time of his capture, Lee was second-in-command of the Author: Christian Mcburney. Lord Dunmore, John Murray, the 4th Earl of Dunmore () and Royal Governor of Virginia (),  was an important political and military figure during the early stages of the American Revolution. One of Dunmore’s most controversial actions involved issuing a proclamation to free all slaves and indentured servants of rebels who would rally to the King’s standard, dated.
On , the second Continental Congress met in Philadelphia. In American patriot Paul Revere died in Boston. In Union forces captured Confederate President Jefferson Davis near. An extract of one letter from Wethersfield, Connecticut, to a gentleman in New York, dated 23 April , speculated that Revere was murdered. The following is part of that letter as it was printed in the 27 April New-York Journal and 1 May New-York : Todd Andrlik.
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A groundbreaking account of the American Revolution—from the bestselling author of American Dynasty In this major new work, iconoclastic historian and political chronicler Kevin Phillips upends the conventional reading of the American Revolution by debunking the Cited by: 1.
Book/Printed Material New-York, May 1, To the regular soldiery of Great-Britain, now on service in the British American colonies. Friends and countrymen.
The business and profession of a soldier, when properly applied- to its true and lawful design, is highly u. New-York, May 1, [microform]: To the regular soldiery of Great-Britain, now on service in the British American colonies Published: [New York]: [Printed by John Holt], .
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IIIA. Orderly book, Winter Hill (Cambridge), Dorchester (Mass.), and New York City, 19 May September Unit name/number: John Mansfield's Regiment, Mass.
State Troops (later Mansfield's Regiment, Continental Army, Mass., and 27th Continental Regiment, Mass.) Recordkeeper: Anonymous.
United States -- History Revolution, Regimental histories New York, New York (State) -- Militia Publisher Albany, N.Y.: Press of Brandow Printing Co. Collection newyorkpubliclibrary; americana Digitizing sponsor MSN Contributor New York Public Library Language EnglishPages: The Full Proof of an Apostolic Ministry: A Sermon, in Trinity Chapel, New York, May 1,[at] the Consecration of Daniel S.
Tuttle, as Missionary Bishop of Montana George Maxwell Randall E.P. Dutton. History: First Continental Congress met September 5-Octofollowing calls for a general congress from Rhode Island (May 17), Pennsylvania (May 21), New York (May 23), and Massachusetts (June 17).
Second Continental Congress metby resolution of the First Continental Congress, Octo ; became the Confederation. Copies of two proclamations regarding imports and exports and a summary of Sir Henry Clinton's "plan" concerning trade at New York, Elliot to Sir Guy Carleton, New York, (See also copy in Letter book C, p.
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The New York City land papers are arranged by streets. The remainder of the papers are from other states Included in this collection are accounts and notebooks; ledgers and a diary written by Catherine Le Roy Webster ().
The Bayard-Campbell-Pearsall families papers are arranged in ten series. A version of this list appears in the May 1, issue of The New York Times Book Review. Rankings on weekly lists reflect sales for the week ending Ap .The novel, by Bradford Ropes and published inreads less like fiction than like a documentary about the lives of New York’s theatre people.
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