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    John Sullivan
    General Sullivan Calls an Army Fidler to Providence during Height of Revolutionary War
  • 65081
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     Revolutionary War
    Future Rev. War Gen. Daniel Brodhead Militia DS: "Matters as on his Majesties behalf"
  • 65069
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    Shays Rebellion
    Sam Huntington, Declaration Signer, Seeks Arrest of Leaders of Shays’ Rebellion
  • 65055
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     Declaration of Independence
    (DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE) Very Possibly the First British Printing, The Gentleman's Magazine, August, 1776
  • 64785
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     Revolutionary War
    Albany Committee of Correspondence Orders Delivery of Salt in 1777
  • 64763
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    Arthur Lee
    Arthur Lee FF Docketed by Nicholas Gilman, Brother of Rare Constitution Signer
  • 64752
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    Oliver Ellsworth
    Oliver Ellsworth 1776 Pay Order for Sick Soldier Signed by Constitution Architect and Chief Justice
  • 64348
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     Revolutionary War
    Rev War letter by officer Henry Glen sees to the supplies of Ft. Schuyler "at the particular request of General Clinton ...the approach of the Enemy has at present prevented us ..."
  • 64328
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     Revolutionary War
    Revolutionary War William Trent of Trenton, New Jersey Speculation in Western Lands
  • 64322
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     Revolutionary War
    New York Provincial Revolutionary War Council of Safety Encourages Raising of Troops in 1777
  • 64295
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    George Washington
    Handwritten Map of George Washington's Retreat Across New Jersey in 1776 - Fantastic Provenance Going Back Almost 100 Years!
  • 64200
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    Jacob Broom
    Jacob Broom, rarest of the Constitution signers ALS, "I can no longer stand between him and you …"
  • 64132
    Price: $550.00
    [John Lawrence]
    John Lawrence, Revolutionary War Colonel and New York Politician, War Dated AMS
  • 63813
    Price: $800.00
    United States Department of the Treasury
    Illegal Aliens in 1798! Treasury Department Circular Signed by Washington-Appointed Comptroller John Steele
  • 63757
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     Declaration of Independence
    Rare Force engraving of the Declaration of Independence printed in 1848
  • 63560
    Price: $5,000.00
     Revolutionary War
    “Doan Gang” of Early National Pennsylvania, Fantastic Archive
  • 63469
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    Timothy Pickering
    Timothy Pickering third-person war dated receipt for straw
  • 63338
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     Revolutionary War
    Declaration of Independence, July 4, 1776 dated signed document of a woman purchasing land with association to William Penn and New Jersey Patriots
  • 20476
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     Revolutionary War
    A Revolutionary War archive concerning a soldier in the First Troop of Col. Sheldon's famous Light Horse Dragoons.
  • 20543
    Price: $2,500.00
    Richard Peters
    An interesting Richard Peters' archive consisting of two mid-eighteenth century Peters' pieces, and one 1808 piece from his nephew, also named Richard Peters.
  • 32694
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    Jonathan Trumbull
    Jonathan Trumbull while Secretary and first aide to George Washington writes " . . . I wish Capt. Barney's account was more explicit respecting a general peace. I fear much least we shall be obliged to have another campaign. A vessel is arrived at Boston which left Amsterdam about January 25th. We have nothing particular from her but that the negotiations were going on when she left."
  • 33135
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    John Dunlap
    A 1776 partially printed document from the press of John Dunlap, printer of the Declaration of Independence.
  • 33312
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    Nathaniel Sargeant
    Twice signed Nathaniel Peaslee Sargeant document regarding a prisoner
  • 33949
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     Revolutionary War
    In twelve pages, Continental Congress member William Carmichael writes to Elbridge Gerry from Spain, giving extended views of the politics of the court, of Europe, and their disposition to America. He evokes John Jay, John Adams, Silas Deane, Arthur Lee and others. The letter has a 12-line autograph endorsement by Gerry.
  • 38905
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    John Livingston
    John R. Livingston Writes to Gilbert Livingston

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