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By his excellency Caesar Rodney, Esq; president, captain-general and commander in chief of the Delaware State, a proclamation ... appoint Wednesday the thirtieth day of December next, to be observed as a day of public thanksgiving ... Given unde

By his excellency Caesar Rodney, Esq; president, captain-general and c...

Not in Evan.; Imprint 3.; Thanksgiving proclamation. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfol... more

By His excellency Caesar Rodney, Esq; president, captain-general and commander in chief of the Delaware State a proclamation ... I do therefore by and with the advice of the privy-council appoint Thursday the sixth day of May next to be observed

By His excellency Caesar Rodney, Esq; president, captain-general and c...

Not in Evans 1.; Imprint 3.; Thanksgiving proclamation. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Port... more

John Graham to Caesar A. Rodney, June 10, 1810.

John Graham to Caesar A. Rodney, June 10, 1810.

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In downtown Wilmington, Delaware stands the statue of Delaware's most cherished patriot, Caesar Rodney

In downtown Wilmington, Delaware stands the statue of Delaware's most ...

At almost midnight on July 1, 1776, Caesar Rodney was informed that he was needed in Congress regarding Delaware's tied vote of independence. Rodney rode 80 miles horseback to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania without... more

Caesar Rodney to Thomas Jefferson, April 1, 1807.

Caesar Rodney to Thomas Jefferson, April 1, 1807.

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Caesar Rodney to Thomas Jefferson, April 1, 1807.

Caesar Rodney to Thomas Jefferson, April 1, 1807.

Transcripts, guides, and tools to help you use this collection may be found at http://www.loc.gov/collection/james-madison-papers/about-this-collection/.

Caesar A. Rodney to James Madison, June 7, 1810.

Caesar A. Rodney to James Madison, June 7, 1810.

Transcripts, guides, and tools to help you use this collection may be found at http://www.loc.gov/collection/james-madison-papers/about-this-collection/.

Caesar A. Rodney to James Madison, June 7, 1810.

Caesar A. Rodney to James Madison, June 7, 1810.

Transcripts, guides, and tools to help you use this collection may be found at http://www.loc.gov/collection/james-madison-papers/about-this-collection/.

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