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Dunlap, John, 1747-1812 National Library of Ireland Library of Congress/NACO

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An act for appointing deputies from this Commonwealth to a convention proposed to be held in the city of Philadelphia in May next, for the purpose of revising the fœderal Constitution. Library of Congress/NACO
The address of the Lords and Commons to His Majesty, on the present state of America, &c : from the London gazette, of February 11. St. James's, February 9. Library of Congress/NACO
Baltimore, December 30 Library of Congress/NACO
I [blank] do acknowledge the United States of America, to be free, independent and sovereign states, and declare that the people thereof owe no allegiance or obedience to George the Third, King of Great-Britain ... Library of Congress/NACO
By the Congress of the United States of America. Manifesto : These United States, having been driven to hostilities by the oppressive and tyrannous measures of Great-Britain ... they declared themselves free and independent. ... Library of Congress/NACO
Chad's Ford, September 11, 1777. 5 o'clock p.m. : Sir, When I had the honor of addressing you this morning, I mentioned that the enemy were advancing and had began a cannonade. ... Library of Congress/NACO
The committee consisting of Mr. Beresford, Mr. Jefferson, Mr. Chase, Mr. Spaight and Mr. Read, appointed to take into consideration the state of Indian affairs in the Southern Department, beg leave to report ... Library of Congress/NACO
The committee consisting of Mr. Spaight, Mr. Gerry, Mr. Lee, Mr. Beatty and Mr. Sherman, to whom was referred a report of a committee on a report of the superintendant of finance, dated the 5th of November 1783, in answer to questions proposed by the commissioner for settling the accounts of the state of Pennsylvania with the United States, and also a report of a committee on the petition of James Smith, praying for a sum of money to be advanced to him on account, &c. submit to Congress the following report ... Library of Congress/NACO
The committee to whom was referred sundry letters and papers relative to commercial matters, submit the following circular letter and resolves : The trust reposed in Congress, renders it their duty to be attentive to the conduct of foreign nations ... Library of Congress/NACO
Congress received the following intelligence from the Council of Safety, as coming from "an officer of distinction in the army" : published by order of Congresss [sic] Library of Congress/NACO
I do hereby certify, that [blank] hath voluntarily taken and subscribed the oath or affirmation of allegiance and fidelity ... Library of Congress/NACO
Dunlap Declaration of Independence Library of Congress/NACO
Dunlap's American daily advertiser. Library of Congress/NACO
Fresh intelligence, Monday November 6, 1775. Library of Congress/NACO
General advertiser Library of Congress/NACO
The grand committee consisting of [blank] appointed to prepare and report to Congress, the arrears of interest on the national debt, together with the interest and expences for the year 1784 ... have agreed to the following report ... Library of Congress/NACO
The grand committee to whom was referred a letter of the governor of Massachusetts, of the 28th of October, 1783, relative to the continental bills of credit of the old emissions, submit the following. ... Library of Congress/NACO
In Congress, 27th May, 1778 : Establishment of the American Army. I. Infantry. Resolved, that each battalion of infantry shall consist of nine companies ... II. Artillery ... III. Cavalry ... IIII. Provost ... Library of Congress/NACO
In Congress, April 1, 1777 : For the better regulating the pay of the army, resolved, that the paymaster or deputy paymaster general shall pay no money but by warrants from the commanders in chief in their respective departments, countersigned by their respective secretaries ... Library of Congress/NACO
In Congress, April 14, 1777 : Resolved, that from and after the publication hereof, the second article of the 8th section, the first article of the 11th section, the 8th article of the 14th section, and the 2d article of the 18th section of the rules and articles for the better government of the troops ... passed in Congress, the 20th day of September, one thousand, seven hundred and seventy-six, shall be, and they are hereby repealed, and that the four following articles be substituted in the place and stead thereof. ... Library of Congress/NACO
In Congress, April 14, 1777 : Resolved, that it be recommended to the executive powers of each of the United States, to enquire into the conduct of all officers on the recruiting service, within them respectively, to remove all such as belong to the battalions of their respective quotas, who have neglected their duty ... Library of Congress/NACO
In Congress, April 14, 1777 : Whereas the state of Pennsylvania is threatened with an immediate invasion, and, from the adjournment of the legislative and executive authorities of the commonwealth, it is impracticable to carry into immediate execution many measures of the utmost importance ... Resolved, that it is the indispensible duty of Congress to watch over all matters ... Library of Congress/NACO
In Congress, August 28, 1776 : Resolved, that there be an inspector or inspectors sufficiently qualified to judge the goodness of gun-powder, who shall examine every cask of gun-powder manufactured or to be purchased on account of the United States, by the most approved method of ascertaining the quality of gun-powder ... Library of Congress/NACO
In Congress. December 30, 1776 : It appearing to Congress that it will be extremely difficult, if not impracticable, to supply the Army of the United States with bacon, salted beef and pork, soap, tallow and candles ... Resolved, that none of the said articles ... be exported from any of the United States after the fifth day of January next, until the first day of November next ... Library of Congress/NACO
In Congress. December 6, 1775 : We the delegates of the thirteen United Colonies in North America have taken into our most serious consideration a proclamation issued from the Court of St. James's on the twenty-third day of August last. ... Library of Congress/NACO
In Congress, February 15, 1777 : Resolved, that considering the situation of the New-England states, Congress approve of the measures adopted and recommended by the committee from the four New-England states for the defence of the state of Rhode-Island, and also of the measures to be taken for preventing the depreciation of their currency ... Library of Congress/NACO
In Congress, January 13, 1779 : We cannot review the progress of the revolution which has given freedom to America, without admiring the goodness and gratefully acknowledging the interposition of Divine Providence. ... Library of Congress/NACO
In Congress, June 10, 1777 : Resolved, I. That for supplying the Army of the United States with provisions, one commissary general and four deputy commissaries general of purchases, and one commissary general and three deputy commissaries general of issues, be appointed by Congress. ... Library of Congress/NACO
In Congress, June 6, 1778 : Resolved, that the resolution of Congress of the 2d of June, relative to the subsistance [sic] money to be allowed to officers in the continental service, be extended to all militia or other troops which may from time to time be called into the continental service, or which may be raised in pursuance of a special resolution of Congress. Library of Congress/NACO
In Congress. May 12, 1777 : Resolved, that all post-masters, post-riders, and persons immediately concerned in conducting the business of the Post Office ought to be exempted from all military duties : and that it be recommended to the legislatures of the different states, to exempt such persons accordingly. Library of Congress/NACO
In Congress, May 21, 1776 : Resolved, that all persons taken in arms on board any prize, be deemed prisoners, to be taken care of by the supreme executive power in each colony to which they are brought, whether the prize be taken by vessels fitted out by the Continent ... Library of Congress/NACO
In Congress, November 23, 1776 : resolved, that a committee of five be appointed, with full powers to devise and execute measures for effectually reinforcing General Washington, and obstructing the progress of General Howe's army ... Library of Congress/NACO
In Congress, Wednesday, April 3, 1776 : Instructions to the commanders of private ships or vessels of war, which shall have commissions or letters of marque and reprisal, authorising them to make captures of British vessels and cargoes. Library of Congress/NACO
In Council of Safety, December 5, 1776 : resolved, that Messieurs Robert Baily, Samuel W. Penrose ... Library of Congress/NACO
In Council of Safety, Philadelphia, November 14th 1776, 12 o'clock, Thursday : Sir, we have certain intelligence that the enemy has actually sailed from New-York five hundred ships for this city ... as you value the safety of your country, and all that is dear and valuable to men, we most earnestly solicit your immediate assistance, and that you will march all your battalion to this city without the least delay. ... Library of Congress/NACO
John Dunlap correspondence Library of Congress/NACO
Journals of Congress : Wednesday, August 14, 1776. Library of Congress/NACO
The man of business : a comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden Library of Congress/NACO
An ordinance for ascertaining the mode of locating and disposing of lands in the Western Territory. Library of Congress/NACO
Pennsylvania packet Library of Congress/NACO
Pennsylvania War-Office, April 13th, 1777 : this board think it their duty to publish a letter received from Mr. Henry Fisher, at Lewistown, by the Honourable the Navy Board of this state ... Library of Congress/NACO
Pennsylvanische Gazette, oder Der allgemeine americanische Zeitungs=Schreiber Library of Congress/NACO
Philadelphia, August 22, 1777 : By an express arrived last evening from General Schuyler to Congress, we have the following important intelligence. ... Library of Congress/NACO
Philadelphia, January 16, 1776 : Williamsburg, (Virginia) Jan. 6. Extract of a letter from Col. Howe, to the Hon. the President of the [Virginia] Convention, dated Dec. 28, 1775 ... Library of Congress/NACO
Philadelphia, July 4th, 1776 : Gentlemen, the Congress this morning directed us to confer with the Committees of Safety and Inspection, and the field officers now in town, about the proper mode of collecting the militia of this province ... Library of Congress/NACO
The representatives of the United States of America, in Congress assembled, to the people in general, and particularly to the inhabitants of Pennsylvania, and the adjacent states. Library of Congress/NACO
The royal primer, or, An easy and pleasant guide to the art of reading : authoriz'd by His Majesty King George II, to be used throughout His Majesty's dominions, adorn'd with cuts. Library of Congress/NACO
The speech of the Right Honourable the earl of Chatham, in the House of Lords, January 20th, 1775 : on a motion for an address to His Majesty, to give immediate orders for removing his troops from Boston forthwith, in order to quiet the minds and take away the apprehensions of his good subjects in America. Library of Congress/NACO
The testimony of the people called Quakers : given forth by a meeting of the representatives of said people, in Pennsylvania and New-Jersey, held at Philadelphia the twenty-fourth day of the first month, 1775. Library of Congress/NACO
The Tory Act : published by order of the Continental Congress, Philadelphia, Jan. 2, 1776. Library of Congress/NACO
Treasury-Office, April 5th, 1779 : Ordered, that the following resolutions of the board be published, printed in hand-bills, and sent to the several commissioners of the Continental loan-offices ... Library of Congress/NACO
The United States in Congress assembled, Friday, September 28, 1787 : ... Congress having received the report of the convention lately assembled in Philadelphia, resolved unanimously, that the said report, with the resolutions and letter accompanying the same, be transmitted to the several legislatures, in order to be submitted to a convention of delegates ... Library of Congress/NACO
United States Lottery. No. [blank] class the second : This ticket entitles the bearer to receive such prize as may be drawn against its number, according to a resolution of Congress, passed at Philadelphia, November 18, 1776. Library of Congress/NACO
United States lottery : the scheme is, that this lottery consist of four classes, of one hundred thousand tickets each. ... Library of Congress/NACO
War-Office, November 14, 1776. To the Associators of Pennsylvania : Gentlemen, Congress have received intelligence that a fleet of the enemy, consisting of several hundred sail, were yesterday discovered near Sandy-Hook, steering to the southward. ... Library of Congress/NACO

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