Continental Congress - Misc
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NARA M332. When the records of the Papers of the Continental Congress were first arranged in 1834, these documents were not included. …Learn more
- Accounts of Blank Commissions, Bonds, and Instructions for Privateers, 1782-83.
- An account of commisssions for private armed vessels received and forwarded to the several States, 1779-83.
- Articles of Association, 1774
- Bills drawn on Monsieur Ferdinand le Grand by Robert Morris, 1782-83.
- Blank Continental Army Commissions, 1777-78.
- Blanks forms of U.S. Army Commission, signed by Henry Laurens and attested to by Charles Thompson, and a printed copy of certain revised Articles of War, 1777
- Bonds submitted to the Continental Congress by the Commissioners of the Board of Treasury, 1787.
- Broadside Calling for the First Federal Presidential Election, 1788.
- Broadside Concerning the Definitive Peace Treaty Between the United States and Great Britain, 1784.
- Broadsides of the Continental Congress, 1775-88 (incomplete).
- Copies of letters from John de Neufville and Son to the President of Congress, 1780-82.
- Copies of letters of commendation and recommendation, 1778-88, and an original letter, 1773.
- Copies of letters to Robert R Livingston and others from the Marquis de Lafayette, 1782-83.
- Copies of letters, memorials and notes to Continental Congress from Sieur Conrad A Gerard, 1778-79 And Chevalier Anne C de la Luzerne, 1779, 1782.
- Copies of reports to the Secretary of Foreign Affairs, 1782.
- Copy of the treaty signed by the U.S. and Prussia, 1786.
- Correspondence and other papers relating to settlement of Virginia's claim against the United States, 1787-88
- Credentials of delegates to the Congress from Connecticut, 1774-88.
- Credentials of delegates to the Congress from Delaware, 1775-87.
- Credentials of delegates to the Congress from Georgia, 1775-81 and 1780-89.
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