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In Congress, November 23, 1776. Resolved that a committee of five to be appointed, with full powers to devise and execute measures for effectually reinforcing General Washington, and obstructing the progress of General Howe's army, and that they

A plan of New York Island, with part of Long Island, Staten Island & east New Jersey, with a particular description of the engagement on the woody heights of Long Island, between Flatbush and Brooklyn, on the 27th of August 1776 between His Majesty's forces commanded by General Howe and the Americans under Major General Putnam, with the subsequent disposition of both armies.

General Howe, Esqr. of the Conecticut [i.e., Connecticut] and comander [sic] Army in America / I.M. Probst sc ; Ioh. Mich: Probst exc: AV.

In Congress, November 23, 1776. Resolved that a committee of five to be appointed, with full powers to devise and execute measures for effectually reinforcing General Washington, and obstructing the progress of General Howe's army, and that they

A plan of New York Island, with part of Long Island, Staten Island & east New Jersey, with a particular description of the engagement on the woody heights of Long Island, between Flatbush and Brooklyn, on the 27th of August 1776 between His Majesty's forces commanded by General Howe and the Americans under Major General Putnam, shewing also the landing of the British Army on New-York Island, and the taking of the city of New-York &c. on the 15th of September following, with the subsequent disposition of both the armies.

By the Supreme Executive Council of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, a proclamation. The time is at length come, in which the fate of ourselves, our wives, children and posterity must be speedily determined, General Howe, at the Head of a Briti

By the Supreme Executive Council of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, a proclamation. The time is at length come, in which the fate of ourselves, our wives, children and posterity must be speedily determined, General Howe, at the Head of a Briti

In Council of Safety, Philadelphia, December 2, 1776. Sir. The army under General Howe has taken possession of Brunswick--- General Washington, not having a sufficient number of men to oppose the enemy, is obliged to retreat before them-- Vigor

In Council of Safety, Philadelphia, December 2, 1776. Sir. The army under General Howe has taken possession of Brunswick--- General Washington, not having a sufficient number of men to oppose the enemy, is obliged to retreat before them-- Vigor

In Council of Safety, Philadelphia, December 2, 1776. Sir. The army under General Howe has taken possession of Brunswick--- General Washington, not having a sufficient number of men to oppose the enemy, is obliged to retreat before them-- Vigor

In Council of Safety, Philadelphia, December 2, 1776. Sir. The army under General Howe has taken possession of Brunswick--- General Washington, not having a sufficient number of men to oppose the enemy, is obliged to retreat before them-- Vigor

In Council of Safety, Philadelphia, December 2, 1776. Sir. The army under General Howe has taken possession of Brunswick--- General Washington, not having a sufficient number of men to oppose the enemy, is obliged to retreat before them-- Vigor

In Council of Safety, Philadelphia, December 2, 1776. Sir. The army under General Howe has taken possession of Brunswick--- General Washington, not having a sufficient number of men to oppose the enemy, is obliged to retreat before them-- Vigor

General Howe's grand march

General Howe's grand march

General Howe's grand march

General Howe's grand march

General Howe's grand march

General Howe's grand march