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Document, 1777 n.d.

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Document, 1777 n.d.

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Document, 1778 December 06

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Document, 1778 December 18

4. Document, 1778 December 18

  • Name: Hooghkirk, John (Author) United States. Continental Congress (Addressee)
  • Date: 1778 December 18
  • Summary: Although superceded by lieutenants junior in rank, he remained with the Army. Now his family is in desperate state, and he must resign to enable him to relieve their hardship.
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Document, 1778 December 19

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Document, 1778 December 22

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Document, 1778 n.d.

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Document, 1779 April 20

8. Document, 1779 April 20

  • Name: Ewing, George (Author) United States. Continental Congress (Addressee)
  • Date: 1779 April 20
  • Summary: He wishes to resign from his office as Commissary General of Hides. Throughout his term in office he has suffered from an inadequate staff, and constant confusion through general officers making extraordinary arrangements for t...
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Document, 1779 April 23

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Document, 1779 April 24

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Document, 1779 August 05

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Document, 1779 August 06

12. Document, 1779 August 06

  • Name: Knoblauch, Baron de (Author) United States. Continental Congress (Addressee)
  • Date: 1779 August 06
  • Summary: He wishes to rely upon the report of the Committee appointed to investigate his claim for the indulgence of Congress. Cites his personal accomplishments and his reputation in Europe. Cannot understand why the Board of War refus...
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Document, 1779 August 29

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Document, 1779 August n.d.

14. Document, 1779 August n.d.

  • Name: Knoblauch, Baron de (Author) United States. Continental Congress (Addressee)
  • Date: 1779 August n.d.
  • Summary: It is possible to purchase arms and manufactured goods from the Prussian consul at Nantes. This may lead to a commercial treaty even though Prussia has not recognized the independence of the United States. When last at Berlin, ...
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Document, 1779 February 01

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Document, 1779 February 03

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Document, 1779 February 03

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Document, 1779 February 08

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Document, 1779 February 09

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Document, 1779 February 09

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