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Four Province Island Deeds. 1) Deed to John Selles from State of Pennsylvania. 13th September 1781. Signed with three official seals, Joseph Reed, President of the Supreme Executive Council. Attest T. Matlack. Vellum document 18 x 35in. folded. 1 p. Verso, “Deed Poll” etc. recorded 5 Nov 1781, John Morris signature. Calligraphic script ink. Soil and browning, few pinholes, overall very good. 2) Deed to Matthew Irvin, Merchant 20 June 1781. Joseph Reed & T. Matlock, John Morris, Matthew Irvin, Hetty Irvin, John Sproat, John Miller, Benjamin Griffin (?). signatures 5 seals (3 red wax). Vellum 14" x 24", folded. Calligraphic ink. Yellowing, good. 3) Deed to George Henry for lots 26, 29, 30. 21 Sept 1781. Vellum document 13" x 26." Calligraphic ink, signatures of Joseph Reed, T. Matlock, George Henry, Ann Henry, William Rush, John Morris. Three official seals & 2 red wax seals. Good. 4) Patent to John Wilcocks, 5 Apr 1783. Vellum document 14" x 28." Folds, some water damage at fold, otherwise good. John Dickenson, John Armstrong, John Morris, signatures. Two official seals. Rec. Sept 1783.
1781
 

In the Year of Our Lord One Thousand Seven Hundred and Seventh Six. An Act for providing a Reinforcement to the American Army. [Caption title].
1776
 

Journals of Congress. Containing the Proceedings From Sept. 5, 1774, to Jan. 1. 1776. Vol. I (only).
1777
 

State of Rhode-Island and Providence Plantations. In General Assembly, October Session, 1779. An Act for the better forming, regulating and conducting the military Force of this State. [Caption title]. Folio broadsheet. Printed in three columns of each side. Uncut.
1779
 

State of Rhode-Island and Providence Plantations. In General Assembly, October Session, 1779. An Act for the better forming, regulating and conducting the military Force of this State. [Caption title]. Folio broadsheet. Printed in three columns of each side. Uncut.
1779
 

Oaths of Fidelity, Montgomery County, Maryland. (1) 111 signatories. Richard Thompson, Certifier. January 17, 1778 to March 1778. 13 pp. 4 x 7 inches; hand sewn booklet. Bright ink, legible. (2) 1778. 2 pp. 6.5 x 8 inches. No cover, browned. Chipping. Legible ink.
1778
 

The American Journal; and General Advertiser. Thursday, April 22, 1779. Vol. I, No. VI. Folio. 4 pp. Printed in three columns.
1779
 

One Page ALS from Alf.(?) Smith to Brigadeer George Godfrey in Taunton Concerning Examination of a Suspected British Loyalist. Dartmouth, May 8, 1777. Sheet 8.5 x 13." Ink. Folded with integral address. Docketed. Browned, small hole, no loss.
1777
 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts. In the House of Representatives, November 27, 1780. A Resolve prescribing the form of Inlistment for those Men belonging to this Commonwealth, who shall Inlist into the Service of the United States, to continue in the Service until the End of the present war with Britain. We the Subscribers...4to broadside. Dated in ink November 29.
1780
 

Legal Document Signed by William Sheldon To Pay Isaac Pitman His Revolutionary War Pay. Signatures: Leverett Green, Wheeler Martin (Justice of the Peace), William Thurber, signed as witnesses. Providence, Rhode Island. August 23, 1791. Ink. Previous folds, wax seal. Right edge torn.
1791
 

In the House of Representatives, September 17th, 1776. [Caption title]. Broadside, 8" x 12.25".
1776
 

An Accurate Map of Rhode Island, Part of Connnecticut and Massachusetts Shewing Admiral Arbuthnot's Station in Blocking up Admiral Ternay.
1780
 

ALDEN, NATHAN. Collection of Twenty-One Manuscripts and a Silhouette Portrait Relating to the Family of Nathan Alden and Family, of Bridgewater, Mass.,May 10, 1777 - February 28, 1781.
1777
 

ANBUREY, THOMAS. Journal d'un Voyage fait dans I'interieur de I'Amerique Spetentrionale.
1793
 

ANON. Historical Sketches Illustrative of the Life of M. De Lafayette; and the Leading Events of the American Revolution. By an American.
1824
 

ANON. Observations on a Late Pamphlet, Entitled, "Considerations upon the Society or Order of the Cincinnati," Clearly Evincing the Innocence and Propriety of that Honourable and Respectable Institution. In an Answer to Vague Conjectures, False Insinuations, and Ill-Founded Objections. By an Obscure Individual.
1783
 

ANON. Sacred to the Memory of Major General Arthur St. Clair. [Caption title]. Sm. folio broadside, verse in two columns with fine arched typographical border; good borders but edges frayed. Browned.
1818
 

BOWDOIN, JAMES. Commonwealth of Massachusetts. In the Year of our Lord, 1787. An Act, describing the Disqualifications to which Persons shall be subjected, who have been, or may be guilty of Treason, or giving Aid or Support to the present Rebellion, and to whom a Pardon may be extended. [Caption title]. Broadside printed in three columns, 12.75" x 15.25". Dated February 16, 1787. [and] A Proclamation. Whereas by an Act passed the sixteenth of February instant, entitled, "An Act describing the disqualifications, to which persons shall be subjected, which have been, or may be guilty of Treason...I have thought fit...to issue this Proclamation, hereby promising pardon and indemnity to all offenders...under such restrictions, conditions and disqualifications, as are mentioned in the said Act: provided they comply with the terms and conditions thereof, on or before the twenty-first day of March next....this Seventeenth Day of February...1787. [Caption title & partial text]. Broadside, 15.5" x 13".
1787
 

BRADFORD, CAPT. ROBT Muster Roll of Capt. Bradford. Co. L[ight] Infantry 2d Massachusetts Regiment, commanded by Col. John Bailey, for Aug. & Sept. 1780. Folio holograph broadsheet.
1780
 

BROOKE, H.B. Annals of the Revolution: or, a History of the Doans.
1848
 

BROWN, AMASA. ANS, April 7, 1777, Colchester, [Conn.], four lines, in ink, signed by John Dunning, Selectman.
1777
 

CALDWELL, M.D., CHAR Memoirs of the Life and Campaigns of the Hon. Nathaniel Greene...
1819
 

CHAUNCY, CHARLES. A Discourse On "the good News from a far Country." Deliver'd July 24th. A Day of Thanksgiving...on Occasion of the Repeal of the Stamp-Act...
1766
 

DWIGHT, TIMOTHY. A Discourse on Some Events of the Last Century...
1801
 

EUSTACE, J.S. Traite d'Amitie, de Commerce et de Navigation, Entre sa Majeste Britannique et les Etats-Unis de'Amerique. Finalement Ratifie par la Legislature Americaine, Suivi d'Un Projet Fraternel, Adresse aux Negocians francais, pour effectuer la compensation des pertes occasionnees par les lois americaines, pendant leur commerce dans les Etats-Unis.
1796
 

GORDON, WILLIAM. The Separation of the Jewish Tribes After the Death of Solomon, Accounted for, and Applied to the Present Day in a Sermon Preached Before the General Court, on Friday, July the 4th, 1777. Being the Anniversary of the Declaration of Independency.
1777
 

GORDON, WILLIAM. The Separation of the Jewish Tribes After the Death of Solomon, Accounted for, and Applied to the Present Day in a Sermon Preached Before the General Court, on Friday, July the 4th, 1777. Being the Anniversary of the Declaration of Independency.
1777
 

GRAYDON, ALEXANDER. Memoirs of a Life, Chiefly Passed in Pennsylvania within the Last Sixty Years; with Occasional Remarks Upon the General Occurrences, Character and Spirit of That Eventful Period.
1811
 

HALL, JOHN. ADS, 3/4 p., in ink, tall 4to, 1 Sept. 1779, Hartford, bond of office for the position of Assistant Commissary of Issues in the American Army.
1779
 

HAMMOND, CAPT. WILLI Captain William Hammond Collection, 1776-1781 (most are from 1778). 13 pp. Signatures of John Avery, A(bram) B. Washburn, Samuel Porter, Jr., Cyprian How, Daniel Loring. Accompanied by Officer's Commission for Hammond, July 1, 1781. Signed by John Hancock , John Avery, Stephen Dana. One leaf, 11" x 11.75". Printed & holograph, State seal. Previous folds, archival repairs of small holes at folds. Small hole through "first" with loss. [And] Deputy Secretary. Order to Procure Rum for Troops. July 21, 1778. State of Massachusetts Bay, Council Chambers. “A true copy, attest, John Avery D Secy”. One leaf. Legal document 9” x 13”. Verso: “Order of Council for Rum 1778”. Previous folds, small holes at folds, archival repairs of tears. Holograph, browned. [And] Collection of military orders and receipts, holograph. Sizes 4" x 6" to 12" x 14". Browned, previous folds, some taped repairs.
1776
 

HENRY, JOHN JOSEPH. An Accurate and Interesting Account of the Hardships and Sufferings of that Band of Heroes, Who Traversed the Wilderness in the Campaign Against Quebec in 1775.
1812
 

HENRY, JOHN JOSEPH. An Accurate and Interesting Account of the Hardships and Sufferings of that Band of Heroes, Who Traversed the Wilderness in the Campaign Against Quebec in 1775.
1812
 

HOPKINS, ESEK. Accounts Payable for the Sloop Elizabeth. “Sloop Elizabeth to Esek Hopkins” Newport (?), Rhode Island. n.d. ca. 1750. On verso in ink in different hand: “This is all in the handwriting of Esek Hopkins the first Admiral of the American Navy--in the Rev War." Sheet 7 x 9”. 2 pp. Ink. Light foxing, left edge slight tear. Legible.
1750
 

JONES, JOSEPH SEAWEL A Defence of the Revolutionary History of the State of North Carolina from the Aspersions of Mr. Jefferson.
1834
 

LEE, GENERAL CHARLES A Letter from General Lee, to General Burgoyne, dated June 7, 1775; received at Boston, July 5. Printed from the New York Gazetteer, July 6,[!]. [Caption title]. Large folio broadside, printed in three columns, with large side margins.
1775
 

LIND, JOHN. An Answer to the Declaration of the American Congress. The Fifth Edition.
1776
 

LYON, BENJAMIN. Manuscript Shoemaker's Ledger, Dorchester (Boston), Massachusetts, small 4to, 338 pp., done in pen, original vellum with ties.
1753
 

MANN, HERMAN. The Female Review: or, Memoirs of an American Young Lady...
1797
 

MOORE, GEORGE H. Historical Notes on the Employment of Negroes in the American Army of the Revolution.
1862
 

NILES, NATHANIEL. The American Hero: a Sapphick Ode. [Caption title]. Oblong 8vo. broadside, printed in two columns.
1781
 

PRICE, RICHARD. Observations on the Nature of Civil Liberty, the Principles of Government, and the Justice and Policy of the War with America. To which is added an Appendix and Postscript...the Sixth Edition.
1776
 

RAYNAL, ABBE GUILAUM The Revolution of America. A New Translation, with Notes.
1781
 

RHODE ISLAND. State of Rhode-Island and Providence Plantations. In General Assembly, August Session, 1781. Act Act for incorporating and bringing into the Field Five Hundred able-bodied effective Men, of the Militia, to serve within the State for One Month, from the Time of their Rendezvous, and no longer Term, and not to be marched out of the same. [Caption title]. Signed in type by Henry Ward. Broadside, 15" x 10", uncut. Fine copy; the required # for Smithfield erased, apparently intentionally.
1781
 

ROWLAND, DAVID S. Divine Providence Illustrated and Improved, a Thanksgiving-Discourse... Occasioned by the Repeal of the Stamp-Act... (with Eight Other Works in Two Volumes).
1766
 

SENTER, ISAAC. The Journal of..., Physician and Surgeon to the Troops Detached...on a Secret Expedition Against Quebec, under the Command of Col. Benedict Arnold, in September, 1775.
1846
 

SHERBURNE, ANDREW. Memoirs of Andrew Sherburne: a Pensioner of the Navy of the Revolution.
1828
 

SIGSBY, WILLIAM. The Life and Adventures of Timothy Murphy, the Benefactor of Schoharie, Including His History from the Commencement of the Revolution—His Recontres[!] with the Indians—The Siege of the three Forts, and the preservation, by his unparalleled courage, of all their inmates—His Courtship and Marriage, and Anecdotes of his Adventures with the Indians, &c.
1863
 

SKINNER, ISRAEL. A History of the Revolutionary War Between Great Britain and the United States, in Verse.
1829
 

SMOLLETT, TOBIAS GEO A North Briton Extraordinary: Containing A Curious and Comprehensive Review of English and Scottish History...and the Grand Cause of Liberty...Written by a Young Scotsman...Third Edition, with Additions.
1769
 

SNOWDEN, RICHARD. The American Revolution. Written in Scriptural, or, Ancient Historical Style.
1815
 

SOUTHWICK, SOLOMON. General Return of Provisions & Stores issued by the several Assistant Commissaries to the Troops in the Rhode Island Department, from October 1779 to March 1780 inclusive. [And] General Return of Provisions & Stores sent from one Post to another in the Rhode Island Department from October 1779 to March 1780 inclusive. [Caption titles]. Written neatly in a clerk's hand, but signed at Providence in the lower right hand corner, March 31st, 1780, "errors excepted, Solomon Southwick..." In the lower left hand corner is a notice of direction to Charles Stewart, Commissary General in Philadelphia. Written on three sheets of paper, attached one to another, overall 12" x 36".
1779
 

ST. JOHN, PETER? The British Taxation in North-America, a Song Composed by a American, at the Commencement of the Revolution, and sung with unbounded Applause, by the Patriots of '76. Also an Address to the Volunteers of America, 1812.
1812
 

STEVENS, WILLIAM B. A Discourse Delivered Before the Georgia Historical Society...
1841
 

STONE, ELIAB. Collection of 18th Century Manuscript & Printed Sermons, Plus a Hollow-Cut Silhouette of Stone, Six (6) Manuscript Sermons & Seven (7) Printed Sermons by Stone, Five (5) Printed Sermons by His Son Micah, & Two (2) Printed Sermons by Other Members of the Stone Family. Two of the manuscript sermons lack several leaves; one of the printed sermons is completed in manuscript.
1777
 

THACHER, JAMES. A Military Journal During the American Revolutionary War...to which is added an Appendix, Containing Biographical Sketches of Several General Officers.
1823
 

THACHER, JAMES. A Military Journal During the American Revolutionary War...to which is added an Appendix, Containing Biographical Sketches of Several General Officers.
1827
 

TRUMBULL. Catalogue of Paintings of Colonel Trumbull; Including Nine Subjects of the American Revolution, with Near Two Hundred and Fifty Portraits of Persons Distinguished in that Import Period. Painted by Him from the Life. Now Exhibiting at the Gallery of the American Academy of the Fine Arts, Chambers-Street.
1831
 

WADSWORTH, JEREMIAH. Holograph letter signed, 8vo., 2 p. & 1 p., Hartford Nov. 30, 1780 & the reply Dec. 1, 1780. In ink. Two conjugate leaves, the second with a small hole where wax seal was removed.
1780
 

WALTON, GEORGE, et a Friends and Bretherns, Kings, Beloved Men and Warriors of the Lower and Upper Creek Nation--we send you this good talk, by your Friends and our friends. We People of Georgia, since our first coming upon the land you gave us were always in good friendship with you, and never had any difference Except what has been Occasion'd by some mad People of your Nation and our people...[Caption title & partial text]. Folio broadsheet. Contemporary manuscript document, dated "In the Council of Safety the 21st of July 1775, signed [in a clerk's hand] by J.J. Zubly, Wm. Ewen, George Houstoun, John Smith, S. Elbert, Joseph Clay, Wm. Young, Wm. LeConts, George Walton and John Glen.
1775
 

WILLIAMS, SAMUEL. ALS, 1-1/2 pp., 4to, ink ink, very legible, dated Salem, [Mass.], 17 Feb. 1789, asking an unidentified friend to write letters to John Hancock, John Adams, George Washington, and others such as John Langdon of New Hampshire.
1789
 

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