Public Papers of Governor, Τόμος 1

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Burgoyne Selected to Command the British Army of Invasion
139
Bemus Heights a Drawn BattleBurgoyne as an Influential
157
Whigs and ToriesConfiscation of PropertyAlexander Hamil
167
Obscurity of the Origin of Political PartiesLoyalists
175
George Clinton as a Man of ActionHis Prominence during
183
Rev Dr Livingston to George Clinton in Congress urging
193
Colonists by no means UnitedPacificatory Tactics toward
199
Mr McKesson is ImpatientHe Rails at Delays Criticises Opera
206
George Clinton Introduces Maj Hampton to Col Thomas Miff
212
Another Letter Relating to the Same Subject
215
Limitations of a Court Martial 224225
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A Bill of Sale of Crops on the Ground 230231
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Draft by George Clinton of Letter of New York Delegates
236
The First Issue on States RightsSeveral New York Delegates
242
Reinforcements Ordered Without Delay to Fort Montgomery
248
Jacobus Van Zandt Promises Gen Clinton his Fire Rafts and
254
Colonel Hay writes George Clinton in Regard to the Protection
261
An Order to bring in certain delinquent Militiamen to Fort
266
Dr Tappen makes a report concerning the Fort Montgomery gar
269
Major Logans Accusation 272273
272
Capt James Humphrey Issues an Order and Gives a List of
278
George Clinton to Major Logan as to Defence of West Shore
288
Complaints Against the Militia for Misbehavior
290
George Clinton takes up George Shaws Charges against Lieu
296
LieutenantColonel Cuypers Orders 302303
302
The Generals MotherinLaw Remembers Him
307
Family gossip from Peter Tappen to Gen Clinton 314
314
James Hamiltons account as Commissary at Haverstraw
320
Col Joseph Drake mildly disciplined
328
Gen Clinton receives seven thousand pounds for bounty money
329
Rounding up dispersed and disbanded militia
332
Military movementGeneral Clinton carefully vatching the Eng
338
Proposition for a hospital in Haverstraw 345
345
The retreat from Long IslandTogether with George Clintons
351
A private and domestic epistle from John Du Bois
357
A malicious rumor against Lord StirlingJohn Youngs earnest
364
George Clinton orders LieutenantColonel Henry B Livingston
370
The English ships run by our defences and reach Dobbs Ferry 376377
376
John Sloss Hobart writes patriotically
382
The Situation in the North 385388
385
Bill for flour casks
439
Timber men to fell trees to obstruct the march of the Enemy
443
Inventory of axes at Fort Montgomery 450451
450
And the Generals orders in consequence 457458
457
Col Malcoms instructions from the Committee to carry the plan
463
The General reports to the ConventionAnd gives a clear account
468
The usual whine from Col Allison 474
474
List of prisoners taken in New Jersey on General Clintons recent
483
Orders Col Hathorn to guard against surprises 489490
489
Major Jansen ordered to march to Ramapo
497
Gen Clinton asks the cooperation of Colonel Day
498
They had not heard the news from TrentonBut Gen Clinton
504
Col Hathorn nabs four Tories 510511
510
Returns of Col Hornbecks regiment
517
Captain Johnson turns a scouting into a plundering expedition 523525
523
All but five hundred of the Ulster and Orange militia allowed
529
Massachusetts joins New York 536537
536
Robert Morris puts in a plea in behalf of John Doremus 543544
543
Plenty of grain and plenty of moneyBut the farmers hold on
550
Gen Clinton orders Col Hasbrouck to relieve his troops at Syd
557
The General reports to the CommanderinChiefAnd discusses
564
Organization of a regiment of the Continental Army
570
Major Pawlings memorialWhich indicates that history repeats
576
A French general comes to townA compliment that conveys
585
Gen Clinton reports to the State ConventionDrafts or Volun
592
Lieut Tiebout preferred to shoot game than men
598
Capt Dorlon too ill to accept a commission
605
Captured Tory property including it was believed part
611
Contraband of warThe Committee of Safety directs the dis
625
Doremus and others and the horses
636
Discouraging condition of affairs at New WindsorNot a soldier
665
The State Convention urges completion of obstructions in
671
Col Pawling disturbedFour of his men captured and a small
677
Gossip from Mr ErskineLord Stirling gathers material for
684
Returns of Col Snyders regiment at Fort Montgomery
833
With a rinkeld cocktd knosLieut Connellys Gescription
839
Returns of Col Grahams regiment at Fort Independence 815
845
Difficulty of raising cashCapt Bedlows complaint to Gen Clin
851
Correspondence of George Clinton 191857
857

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Σελίδα 212 - Clinton, in his actual Possession now being by virtue of a Bargain and Sale to him thereof made for ,one whole Year by Indenture, bearing Date the Day next before the Day of the Date of these Presents, and by Force of the Statute for transferring of Uses into Possession, and to his Heirs and Assigns forever...
Σελίδα 26 - They nourished up by YOUR indulgence ! They grew by your neglect of them. As soon as you began to care about them, that care was exercised in sending persons to rule them...
Σελίδα 63 - But seek ye FIRST the kingdom of God and his righteousness, and all other things shall be added unto you ? Dare you believe this promise or not ? I DARE : and will act accordingly, by God's assistance.
Σελίδα 110 - As to pay, Sir, I beg leave to assure the Congress, that, as no pecuniary consideration could have tempted me to accept this arduous employment, at the expense of my domestic ease and happiness, I do not wish to make any profit from it. I will keep an exact account of my expenses. Those, I doubt not, they will discharge; and that is all I desire.
Σελίδα 26 - They planted by YOUR care ! No : your oppressions planted them in America. They fled from your tyranny to a then uncultivated, unhospitable country, where they exposed themselves to almost all the hardships to which human nature is liable ; and, among others, to the cruelties of a savage foe, the most subtle, and, I will take...
Σελίδα 164 - The disinclination of the individual States to yield competent powers to Congress for the federal government, their unreasonable jealousy of that body and of one another, and the disposition, which seems to pervade each, of being all-wise and allpowerful within itself, will, if there is not a change i1x the system, be our downfall as a nation.
Σελίδα 109 - Virginia who was among us, and very well known to all of us ; a gentleman whose skill and experience as an officer, whose independent fortune, great talents, and excellent universal character, would command the approbation of all America, and unite the cordial exertions of all the colonies better than any other person in the Union.
Σελίδα 96 - It is earnestly recommended to all officers and soldiers diligently to attend divine service...
Σελίδα 98 - Every non-commissioned officer and soldier shall retire to his quarters or tent at the beating of the retreat ; in default of which, he shall be punished according to the nature of his offence.
Σελίδα 103 - Any officer or soldier who shall begin, excite, cause, or join in, any mutiny or sedition...

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