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The Royal gazette. Extraordinary : the following accurate copies of original letters are part of a rebel mail lately intercepted by several of his Majesty's loyal subjects.

Author: Nathanael GreeneSamuel Holden ParsonsHenry KnoxJohn GloverJohn StarkAll authors
Publisher: [New York] : Printed by J. Rivington ..., [1780?].
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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The letters "give a lively description of the opposite interests of the Congress and the leaders of the rebel army. Of the embarrassments of the latter in respect to supplies, &c. Of the depreciated state of their paper currency. Of the depressed condition of the rebel marine etc."
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Genre/Form: History
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Nathanael Greene; Samuel Holden Parsons; Henry Knox; John Glover; John Stark; Jedediah Huntington; John Paterson; Alexander Hamilton; Ezekiel Cornell; Richard Langdon; James Rivington
OCLC Number: 64587220
Notes: Printed in four columns.
Five letters written in 1780. One signed by generals Nath. Green, Sam. H. Parsons, H. Knox, J. Glover, John Stark, J. Huntington, John Paterson (undated); one by A. Hamilton (Oct. 1780); one by Ezekiel Cornell (Oct. 10, 1780); and 2 by Richd. Langdon (Oct. 5, 1780).
Description: 1 broadside ; 41 x 29 cm.
Other Titles: Following accurate copies of original letters are part of a rebel mail lately intercepted by several of his Majesty's loyal subjects
Royal gazette (New York, N.Y. : 1777)

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The letters "give a lively description of the opposite interests of the Congress and the leaders of the rebel army. Of the embarrassments of the latter in respect to supplies, &c. Of the depreciated state of their paper currency. Of the depressed condition of the rebel marine etc."

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