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" AN ADDRESS OF THE CONGRESS TO THE INHABITANTS OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. FRIENDS AND COUNTRYMEN : Three years have now passed away, since the commencement of the present war: a war without parallel in the annals of mankind. "
The Proud Papers (Robert Proud, Historian of Pennsylvania) Embracing ... - Página 44
por Robert Proud - 1718 - 272 páginas
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American Book Prices Current, Volumen9

1903
...Signed by Henry Laurens. Philadelphia, May 9, 1778. Proud sale, Henkels', May 8, 1903. (119) $40.00 9662 An Address of the Congress to the Inhabitants of the...War. A War without Parallel in the Annals of Mankind. Signed "Henry Laurens, President." In Congress, May 9, 1778. Exeter, NH, Zachariah Fowle, 1778. 2 pages,...
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Bibliographical Notes on the Issues of the Continental Congress 1776-1779 ...

Library of Congress. Manuscript Division - 1907
...committee to prepare it was composed of Richard Henry Lee, Samuel Chase and Gouverneur Morris. 214. An address of the Congress / to the ' Inhabitants of the United States of America. York -Town: Printed by Hall and Sellers. F°. Broadside. "Colonel Gimat takes the trouble of conveying...
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American Book Prices Current, Volumen13

1907
...for Highway Robbery, Mar. 8, 1822, on the reverse. Bost., 1822. Fol. Mended in the folds. Congress. Address of the Congress to the Inhabitants of the United States of America. By Order of the Congress. Henry Laurens, President. In Congress, May 9, 1778. Providence, John Carter,...
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Journals of the Continental Congress, 1774-1789: May 2-Sept. 1, 1778. 1908

United States. Continental Congress - 1908
...in a draught, which was read, and sundry amendments being made therein, was agreed to as follows : AN ADDRESS OF THE CONGRESS TO THE INHABITANTS OF THE...war: a war without parallel in the annals of mankind. It hath displayed a spectacle, the most solemn that can possibly be exhibited. On one side, we behold...
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Journals of the Continental Congress, Volumen11

United States. Continental Congress - 1908
...brought in a draught, which was read, and sundry amendments being made therein, was agreed to as follows: AN ADDRESS OF THE CONGRESS TO THE INHABITANTS OF THE...war: a war without parallel in the annals of mankind. It hath displayed a spectacle, the most solemn that can possibly be exhibited. On one side, we behold...
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Journals of the Continental Congress, 1774-1789: Sept. 2-Dec. 31, 1778. 1908

United States. Continental Congress - 1908
...In his Life of Q. Morris, that the rough draft Is among the Morris papers, In Morris's writIng. 215. An / address of the Congress / to the / Inhabitants of the United States of America. ' York-Town : Printed by Hall and Sellers. F°. Broadside. " Colonel Glmat takes the trouble of conveying...
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Journals of the Continental Congress, Volumen12

United States. Continental Congress - 1908
...in his Life of Q. Morris, that the rough draft ls among the Morris papers, in Morris's writing. 215. An / address of the Congress / to the / Inhabitants of the United States of America. ' York-Town : Printed by Hall and Sellers. F°. Broadside. " Colonel Glmat takes the trouble of conveying...
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Journals of the Continental Congress, 1774-1789: April 23-Sept. 1, 1779, 1909

United States. Continental Congress - 1909
...which was read, amended, and unanimously agreed to as follows : Ordered, That 500 copies be printed. TO THE INHABITANTS OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA FRIENDS AND COUNTRYMEN, The present situation of public affairs demands your most serious attention, and particularly the great...
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Secession and Constitutional Liberty: In which is Shown the Right ..., Volumen1

Bunford Samuel - 1920
...Pennsylvania will join provided ... I shall * Journals of Congress, April 22, 1778. t Ibid., June 17, 1778. t An Address of the Congress to the inhabitants of the United States of America. Journals of Congress, May 8, 1778. § Journals of Congress, Oct. 15, 1778. If Pelatiah Webster, "Essay...
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Pennsylvania Archives

1896
...France, which were ratified on the 4th, and on the 8th the following address was made to the people of America: "Friends and Countrymen, " THREE years...commencement of the present war. A war without parallel dn the annals of mankind. It hath displayed a spectacle the most solemn that can possibly be exhibited....
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