Documents of the Senate of the State of New York, Volum 4

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President Huntington indicates that a proposition for peace
3
President Huntington requests secrecy regarding the contents
9
Alexander Thompson to Captain Machin as to depreciation of pay
18
Governor Clinton directs Colonel Thomas to appoint Lieutenant
137
Governor Clinton to WashingtonIn regard to levies and the pro
143
Ezra lHommedieu to the Governor on Vermont affairsThe Gov
149
Governor Clinton sends Colonel Hay military news 155
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The Governor brings before the Legislature the financial com
162
Governor Clinton to General Heath on the enemys method
288
General Heath informs Governor Clinton he is watching for
294
William Spotten transmits letters and information bearing
300
General IIeath to Governor Clinton regarding the frontier and PAGEs
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Ezra lHommedieu predicts the downfall of Cornwallis and
308
Captain Job Wright ordered to command levies at Saratoga
314
General Heath to Governor ClintonWeissenfels order to Albany
335
General Heath to Governor Clinton with rumors of reported
341

Henry Wisner to Governor ClintonLevies of Colonel Allisons
168
Messrs Duane and lHommedieu forward evidence of treason from
174
Lieutenant Francis Hamners application to the Governor for
180
Governor Clinton writes to Colonel Willett in regard to the Ver PAGES
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Captain Henry Godwin reports progress to Governor Clinton con
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Major John Davis to Captain John GrenellRelating to two Long
198
Major James Logan writes to Governor Clinton regarding
205
Correspondence between Colonel Hay and Colonel Timothy Picker
213
Major Moses Hetfield visits posts on the Ulster frontier forwards
224
Colonel Willett reports to the Governor the presence of a party
230
Governor Clinton suggests to Governor Trumbull the necessity for PAGES
234
General Scott and Mr Ward to the Governor relative to Colonel
241
Dominie de Ronde fails to secure exemption for his sons from
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Governor Clinton calls Colonel Weissenfels to account for an out
275
Governor Clinton to General Stark regarding flags and exchanges
282
Governor Clinton to General HeathDisturbed over the frontier
347
Governor Clinton to Captain DodgeExchange and prisoners 354
354
General Wan Rensselaer ordered to be ready to move at a moments
393
General Heath to Governor ClintonConcerned over the question
399
John Tayler to Governor ClintonClever device of Mr Wood
405
Jacobus Wynkoop remonstrates against a court martial finding 409
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Keziah Townsends letter relative to obtaining her effects from PAGES
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James Hamilton narrates his grievances to Governor Clinton
468
General Ten Broeck to Governor Clinton touching complications
475
Colonel Allison to Governor Clinton in regard to money advanced
481
Colonel Willett informs Governor Clinton he would have done
487
General Heath apprehensive that the enemy meditates an attack
491
Governor Clinton turns the matter of the insurrection in Ganse PAGEs
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Colonel Abbott notifies Colonel Van Rensselaer that negotiations
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