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George Washington; Nicholas Cooke; Pearson Jones; Nathanael Greene; John Carter
|Notes:||Evans 14027; Alden 624; Sabin 101690.
Printed in two columns.
Contains a letter from Pearson Jones, dated Falmouth, Monday, 16th Oct. 1775, and a letter signed Nathaniel Green [i.e. Nathanael Greene], dated Prospect-Hill, Octobet [sic] 24. 1775. Jones and Greene report the destruction of Falmouth, Me., and the British intention to burn seaport towns between Boston and Halifax.
Photostat of original held by the Boston Public Library.
|Description:||broadside (negative photostat)|
|Responsibility:||Camp at Cambridge, Oct. 24, 1775. Sir, the inclosed information being of the highest importance, I thought it proper to transmit it to you with all dispatch, I am Sir, your obedient servant, George Washington. On the service of the United Colonies. To the Hon. Nicholas Cooke, Esq; Dep. Gov. of Rhode-Island, Providence. ...|