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Cabinet 1, Drawer 1:

               Presidential papers: George Washington papers - Library of Congress

Series   1:      Exercise Books, Diaries, and Surveys, 1741-1799.
Series   2:      Letter books, 1754-1799.
Series   3:      Letter books, Varick Transcripts: Continental Army Papers, 1775-1783.
Series   4:      General Correspondence, 1697-1700.
Series   5:      Financial Papers, 1750-1796.
Series   6:      Military Papers, 1755-1798.
Series   7:      Applications for Office, 1789-1796.


         1.      Series   1A & 1B (to 1774)
         2.      Series   1B,C & 2 vol. 1(1775-1779)
         3.      Series   2 vol. 1 cont’d – 5
         4.      Series   2 vol. 5 cont’d – 10
         5.      Series   2 vol. 10 cont’d - 13
         6.      Series   2 vol. 13 cont’d – 16
         7.      Series   2 vol. 16 cont’d – 19
         8.      Series   2 vol. 19 cont’d – 23
         9.      Series   2 vol. 23 cont’d – 26
         10.     Series   2 vol. 26 cont’d – 30
         11.     Series   2 vol. 30 cont’d – 33
         12.     Series   2 vol. 33 cont’d – 37
         13.     Series   2 vol. 37 cont’d – 41
         14.     Series   2 vol. 41 cont’d, series 3A (to January 27, 1778)
         15.     Series   3A (to January 16, 1781)
         16.     Series   3A (to December 23, 1783), 3B (to September 10, 1776)
         17.     Series   3B (to November, 4, 1777)
         18.     Series   3B (to November, 19 1778)
         19.     Series   3B (to September 29, 1779)
         20.     Series   3B (to October 24, 1780)
         21.     Series   3B (to April 8, 1782)
         22.     Series   3B (to December, 23, 1782)
         23.     Series   3C ( May 27, 1781)
         24.     Series   3C (April 10, 1785)
         25.     Series   3E (December, 1 1783), 3F (July 21, 1780)
         26.     Series   3F (May 9, 1782), 3G (December 30, 1778)
         27.     Series   3G (to 1782, September 3)
         28.     Series   3G (to 1783, August 17)
Cabinet 1, Drawer 1: continued

           Presidential papers: George Washington papers - Library of Congress

     29.     Series   3H (to 1783, November 15)
     30.     Series   4 (1756 February 17) & (1757, August 20)
     31.     Series   4 (1757, August 22) & (1758 November 16)
     32.     Series   4 (1758, November 17) & (1773, November 9)
     33.     Series   4 (1773 November 17) & (1775, September 6)
     34.     Series   4 (1775, September 7) & (1775 , December 16)
     35.     Series   4 (1775 December 17) & (1776, April 27)
     36.     Series   4 (1776, April 28) & (July 9)
     37.     Series   4 (1776, July 10) & (1776, August 28)
     38.     Series   4 (1776, August 29)& (1776, November 30)
     39.     Series   4 (1776, December 1) & (177, February 3)
     40.     Series   4 (1776, December 1) & (1777, April 5)
     41.     Series   4 (1777 April 6) & (1777, May 29)
     42.     Series   4 (1777, May 30) & (1777, July 22)
     43.     Series   4 (1777, July 23) & (1777, September 3)
     44.     Series   4 (1777, September 4) (1777, October 25)
     45.     Series   4 (1777, October 26) & (1777, December 3)
     46.     Series   4 (1777, December 3 cont’d) & (1778, January 24)
     47.     Series   4 (1778, January 25) & (1778, March 16)
     48.     Series   4 (1778, May 17) & (1778, April)
     49.     Series   4 (1778, May 1) & (1778, June 14)
     50.     Series   4 (1778, June 15) & (1778, July 23)
     51.     Series   4 (1778, July 24) & (1778, September 12)
     52.     Series   4 (1778, September 13) & (1778. October 10)
     53.     Series   4 (1778, October 11) & (1778, November 6)
     54.     Series   4 (1778, November 7) & (1778, December 17)
     55.     Series   4 (1778, December 18) & (1779, February 9)
     56.     Series   4 (1779, February 10) & (1779, March 25)
     57.     Series   4 (1779, March 25, cont’d) & (1779, April 26)
     58.     Series   4 (1779, April 27) & (1779, May 24)
     59.     Series   4 (1779, May 25) & (1779, July 9)
     60.     Series   4 (1779, July 10) & (1779 August 21)
     61.     Series   4 (1779, August 22) & (1779, October 20)
     62.     Series   4 (1779, October 21) & (1779, December 8)
     63.     Series   4 (1779, December 9) & (1780, January 27)
     64.     Series   4 (1780, January 28) & (1780, March 18)
     65.     Series   4 (1780, March 18) & (1780, April 24)
     66.     Series   4 (1780, April 25) & (1780, June 6)
     67.     Series   4 (1780, June 7) & (1780, July 10)
     68.     Series   4 (1780, July) & (1780, August 4)
Cabinet 1, Drawer 1: continued

           Presidential papers: George Washington papers - Library of Congress

     69.     Series   4   (1780,   August 5) & (1780, August 25)
     69.     Series   4   (1780,   August 26) & (1778, September 16)
     70.     Series   4   (1780,   September 17) & (1780, October 4)
     71.     Series   4   (1780,   October 22) & (1780, November 26)
     72.     Series   4   (1780,   November 27) & (1781, January 6)
     73.     Series   4   (1781,   January 7) & (1781, February 6)

Cabinet 1, Drawer 2:

     74.     Series   4   (1781, February 7) & (1781, March 20)
     75.     Series   4   (1781, March 21) & (1781 April 23)
     76.     Series   4   (1781, April 24) & (1781, May 15)
     77.     Series   4   (1781, May 16) & (1781, June 24)
     78.     Series   4   (1781, June 25) & (1781, July)
     79.     Series   4   (1781, August 1) & (1781, September 12)
     80.     Series   4   (1781, September 13) & (1781, November 4)
     81.     Series   4   (1781, November 5) & (1782, January 27)
     82.     Series   4   (1782, January 28) & (1782, April 5)
     83.     Series   4   (1782, April 16) & (1782, May 12)
     84.     Series   4   (1782, May 13) & (1782, June 25)
     85.     Series   4   (1782 ,June 26) & (1782, August 16)
     86.     Series   4   1782, August 17) & (1782, September 23)
     87.     Series   4   (1782, September 26) & (1782, September 25)
     88.     Series   4   (1782, November 25) & (1783 ,January 20)
     89.     Series   4   (1783,, January 21) & (1783 March 20)
     90.     Series   4   (1783, March 21) & (1783, May 29)
     91.     Series   4   (1783, May 30) & (1783, September 1)
     92.     Series   4   (1783, September 2) & (1783, December 28)
     93.     Series   4   (1783, December 31) & (1785, January 31)
     94.     Series   4   (1785, February 1) & (1786, February 7)
     95.     Series   4   (1786, February 8) & (1787, April 5)
     96.     Series   4   (1787, April 6) & (1788, September 17)
     97.     Series   4   (1788, September 18) & (1789, December 5)
     98.     Series   4   (1789, December 6) & (1790, December 20)
     99.     Series   4   (1790, December 21) & ( 1791, September 10)
     100.    Series   4   (1791, September 11) & (1792, May 7)
     101.    Series   4   (1792, May 8) & (1793, January 9)
     102.    Series   4   (1793, January 10) & (1793, July 15)
     103.    Series   4   (1793, July 16) & (1794, January 11)
     104.    Series   4   (1794, January 12) & (1794, July 14)
Cabinet 1, Drawer 2: continued

        Presidential papers: George Washington papers - Library of Congress

     105.   Series   4 (1794, July 15) & (1795, February 28)
     106.   Series   4 (1795, March 1) & (1795, August 24)
     107.   Series   4 (1795, August 25) & (1796, March 18)
     108.   Series   4 (1796, March 20) & (1796, October 14)
     109.   Series   4 (1796, October 15) & (1797, May 7)
     110.   Series   4 (1797, May 8) & (1798, March 25)
     111.   Series   4 (1798, March 27) & (1798, September 19)
     112.   Series   4 (1798, September 20) & (1799, January 23)
     113.   Series   4 (1799, January 24) & (1799, August 14)
     114.   Series   4 (1799, August 25), (1799, December 21 *updated) & series 5: vol. 1-2
     115.   Series   5: vol. 3-24
     116.   Series   5: vol. 24 (cont’d – 34); 6A, 6B: vol. 1 - 3
     117.   Series   6B: vol. 4 - 5; 6C
     118.   Series   7: Abercrombie Cockle
     119.   Series   7: Coffyn - Gunby
     120.   Series   7: Hague-McComb
     121.   Series   7: McCormick, read (NC)
     122.   Series   7: read PA varle
     123.   Series   7: Vaughan, Zucker Becker; series 8: 8A-D


                                           Gates Papers

     124. Letters and Documents – 1726, July 22 to 1769
     125. Letters and Documents To Gates 1770 - 1776
     126. Letters from Washington to Gates, 1776 - 1786
          Letters to Gates, January – September 1777
     127. Letters to Gates, October 1777 - June 1778
     128. Letters to Gates, July 1778 - May 1779
     129. Letters to Gates, June - December 1779
     130. Letters to Gates, 1780
     131. Letters to Gates, 1781 - 1795
     132. Letters to Gates, 1796 - 1803 – from Gates 1774 - 1777
     133. Letters from Gates, 1778 - 1803
     134. Army returns, 1776 - 1783; undated letters, bills, receipts etc.
          1749 - 1763
     135. Bills, receipts, etc. 1764 - 1765
     136. Bills, receipts etc. undated. Misc.manuscripts
Cabinet 1, Drawer 2: continued


                                     Sir Guy Carleton Papers

     137.   Roll 1
     138.   Roll 2
     139.   Roll 3 –   1774 - 1775
     140.   Roll 4 –   January 25, 1776 – October 20, 1777
     141.   Roll 5 –   November 1, 1777 – January 10, 1778 & March 6, 1778
     142.   Roll 6
     143.   Roll 7
     144.   Roll 8
     145.   Roll 9 –   Charleston 1780
     146.   Roll 10
     147.   Roll 11
     148.   Roll 12
     149.   Roll 13
     150.   Roll 14
     151.   Roll 15
     152.   Roll 16
     153.   Roll 17
     154.   Roll 18
     155.   roll 19
     156.   roll 20
     157.   Roll 21
     158.   Roll 22
     159.   Roll 23
     160.   Roll 24
     161.   Roll 25
     162.   Roll 26
     163.   Roll 27
     164.   Roll 28
     165.   Roll 29
     166.   Roll 30

Cabinet 1, Drawer 3:

                                    Pa [Pennsylvania] Journal

     167. December 2, 1742 – August 1, 1745
     168. August 8, 1745 – December 29, 1747
     169. January 5, 1748 – September 20, 1750
Cabinet 1, Drawer 3: continued


                                 Pa [Pennsylvania] Journal

     170.   September 27, 1750 – December 27, 1753
     171.   January 3, 1754 – December 30, 1750
     172.   January 6, 1757 – November 8, 1759
     173.   November 15, 1759 – December 30, 1762
     174.   January 6, 1763 – December 27, 1764
     175.   January 3, 1765 – December 25, 1776
     176.   January 1, 1767 – December 29, 1768
     177.   January 5, 1769 – December 27, 1770
     178.   January 10, 1771 – July 28, 1773
     179.   August 4, 1773 – December 28, 1774
     180.   January 4, 1778 – April 23, 1777
     181.   April 30, 1777 – December 27, 1880
     182.   January 3, 1781 – December 29, 1781
     183.   January 2, 1782 – May 10, 1783
     184.   May 14, 1783 - October 23, 1784
     185.   October 23, 1784 – December 30, 1785
     186.   January 4, 1786 – December 27, 1786
     187.   January 2, 1788 – December 29, 1787
     188.   January 3, 1787 – December 31, 1788
     189.   January 7, 1789 – December 29, 1790
     190.   January 5, 1791 – August 28, 1793
     191.   *MISC issues of reels 1 – 24.


Cabinet 1, Drawer 3:

                             Rivington’s Royal Gazette

     192. November 22, 1777 (starts)
     193. ---
     194. February 28, 1781
     195. ---

                             New York Mercury, New York, NY

     196. 1752 - 1755
     197. 1756 - 1759
     198. 1760 – 1763
Cabinet 1, Drawer 3: continued

                               New York Mercury, New York, NY


     199.   1764   -   1767
     200.   1768   -   1771
     201.   1772   -   1775
     202.   1776   -   1778
     203.   1779
     204.   1780   - 1783


                                   Providence Gazette

     205.   October 20, 1762 – December 31, 1770
     206.   1771 - 1777
     207.   1778 - 1784
     208.   1785 - 1791
     209.   1792 - 1798
     210.   1799 - 1805
     211.   1806 - 1812
     212.   1813 - 1819
     213.   1820 - 1822
     214.   January 1, 1823 – October 8, 1825


                              New Jersey Gazette of Trenton

     215. Starts: 1778 - 1780; Ends: May 15, 1782
     216. Starts: May 22, 1782; Ends: February 16, 1779 - September
          10, 1783; May 22, 1782


                                 New Jersey Journal Chatham

     217. Starts: February 16, 1779; Ends: September 10, 1783
     218. February 16, 1779 - September 10, 1783
Cabinet 1, Drawer 3: continued

                                    South Carolina Gazette

     219.   South Carolina Gazette – 1732 - 1742
     220.   South Carolina Gazette – 1743 - 1751
     221.   South Carolina Gazette – 1752 - 1757
     222.   South Carolina Gazette – 1770 - 1774
     223.   South Carolina Gazette – 1758 - 1763
     224.   South Carolina Gazette – 1764 - 1770
     225.   South Carolina Gazette – 1774 - 1775
            Gazette of the state South Carolina – 1777 - 1780
            South Carolina Gazette and Country Journal – 1765 - 1768
     227.   South Carolina Gazette and Country Journal – 1769 - 1773
     228.   South Carolina Gazette and Country Journal – 1773 - 1775;
            Charleston Gazette – 1778 - 1780; South Carolina and American
            Gazette- 1764 - 1769
     229.   South Carolina and American General Gazette – 1769 - 1775
     230.   South Carolina and American General Gazette – 1776 - 1781;
            Royal South Carolina Gazette – 1780 - 1782; Royal Gazette – 1781 - ?
     231.   Royal Gazette 1781 - 1782
     232.   Virginia Gazette and Norfolk Intelligencer - June 9, 1774 - January 5, 1775


Cabinet 1, Drawer 4:
                                 South Carolina Gazette

     233. Virginia Gazette or Norfolk Intelligencer - July 5, 1775 - Sept 20, 1775
     234. *Bahamas Gazette 1784 - 1786


                                    The Henry Knox papers

     235.   October 1770 - December 1775
     236.   December 1775 - July 1776
     237.   July 1776 - May 1777
     238.   May 1777 - June 1779
     239.   July 1779 - April 1781
     240.   April - August 1781
     241.   August - November 1781
     242.   November 1781 - June 1782
     243.   June - September 1782
     244.   September1782 - January 1783
     245.   January – March 1783
Cabinet 1, Drawer 4:
                                 The Henry Knox papers


     246.   March - June 1783
     247.   June - August 1783
     248.   August - October 1783
     249.   October – November 1783
     250.   November 1783 – January 1784
     251.   January 1784 - March 1785
     252.   March 1785 – July 1786
     253.   July 1786 – February 1787
     254.   February. – September1787
     255.   September 1787 – April 1788
     256.   April – October 1788
     257.   October 1788 - May 1789
     258.   May – September 1789
     259.   October 1789 - March 1790
     260.   March – September 1790
     261.   September 1790 - March 1791
     262.   March - July 1791
     263.   July - November 1791
     264.   November 1791 - March 1792
     265.   March - July 1792
     266.   July - November 1792
     267.   November 1792 - March 1793
     268.   March – December 1793
     269.   December 1793 - July 1794
     270.   August 1794 - January 1795
     271.   January - August 1795
     272.   August 1795 - March 1796
     273.   March - October 1796
     274.   October 1796 - August 1797
     275.   August 1797 - November 1798
     276.   November 1798 - January 1800
     277.   January 1800 - June 1801
     278.   June 1801 - February 1802
     279.   February 1802 - October 1804
     280.   October 1804 - September 1825
     281.   1793 - 1795
     282.   March 1769 - July 1785
     283.   July 1785 - January 1803
     284.   November 1719 - April 1766
     285.   July 1766 - November 1788
Cabinet 1, Drawer 4: continued

                                  The Henry Knox papers

     286.   November 1788 - July 1798
     286.   February 1778 - 1790
     287.   1739 - May 1783
     288.   May 1783 - 1794 – and undated


                             PA [Pennsylvania] Packet (I – XXI)

     289.   October 27, 1771 - June 27, 1774
     290.   July 4, 1774 - November. 26, 1776
     291.   December 18, 1776 – March 9, 1779
     292.   March 11, 1779 - April 11, 1780
     293.   April 15, 1780 – October 4, 1781
     294.   October 6, 1781 - December 5, 1782
     295.   December 7, 1782 - September 20, 1783
     296.   September 23, 1783 - July 3, 1784
     297.   July 6, 1784 - March 11, 1785
     298.   March 12, 1785 – September 7, 1785
     299.   September 8, 1785 – December 31, 1785
     300.   January 2, 1786 - July 28, 1786
     301.   July 29, 1786 - January 5, 1787
     302.   January 5, 1787 - July 1, 1787
     303.   July 2, 1787 – December 20, 1787
     304.   December 21, 1787 - June 24, 1788
     305.   June 25, 1788 – December 28, 1788
     306.   December 29, 1788 - June 30, 1789
     307.   July 1, 1789 - December 31, 1789
     308.   January 1, 1790 – June 30, 1790
     309.   July 1, 1790 – December 31, 1790
     310.   December 24, 1728 – December 28, 1731
     311.   January 4, 1732 – July 31, 17358

Cabinet 1, Drawer 5:
                                 Pa [Pennsylvania] Gazette

     312.   August 7, 1735 - December 8, 1738
     313.   January 4, 1739 - December. 29, 1741
     314.   January 6, 1742 - December 29, 1743
     315.   January 3, 1744 - December 30, 1746
     316.   January 6, 1747 - December 27, 1748
Cabinet 1, Drawer 5: continued

                                   Pa [Pennsylvania] Gazette
     317.   January 3, 1749 - December 31, 1751
     318.   January 7, 1752 - December 31, 1754
     319.   January 7, 1755 - December 29, 1757
     320.   January 5, 1758 - December 25, 1760
     321.   January 1, 1761 - December 30, 1762
     322.   January 6, 1763 - December 26, 1765
     323.   January 2, 1766 - December 29, 1768
     324.   January 5, 1769 - December 26, 1771
     325.   January 2, 1772 - December 28, 1774
     326.   January 4, 1777 – November 27, 1776
     327.   February 5, 1777 - May 30, 1781
     328.   June 6, 1781 - June 30, 1784
     329.   July 7, 1784 – July 25, 1787
     330.   August 1, 1787 – December 30, 1789
     331.   Mss. 1 – 229, 1939
     332.   Mss. 230 – 49, 1939
     333.   298 – 827, 1939 *Broken
     334.   Knox, Henry papers – Massachusetts Historical Society
     335.   1. PA mutiny 2. Cochran, John 3. Morristown, NJ
     336.   1. Annals of New Vernon 2. Morris Academy Book
            3. Morristown NJ (Town Green) 4. U.S. single shot martial pistols
     337.   Court of Enquiry, Quarter Master Department, Morristown, NJ 1779
            (Abeal, Lewis et. Al.)
     338.   Method of threatening gunshot wounds
     339.   Hessian transcripts, Harvard
     340.   Hessian transcripts, Harvard
     341.   Hessian transcripts, Harvard
     342.   Continental Congress papers
     343.   Greene, Nathaniel papers, American Phil. Society
     344.   Beers, Nathan (his journal) August 23, 1777 – January 1,1782
     345.   Spanish archives
     346.   Adams Family mss. 1776 - 1845
     347.   Clements Library - 1. trial of Lt. Col. Thomas 2.trial of Col. Gordon
     348.   New Jersey State Library - 1. Damages in NJ 2. Ford Powder Mill
     349.   plates from Cheston
     350.   Virginia Mss. at Morristown National Historical Park (Lloyd W. Smith collection)
     351.   Park and Lloyd W. Smith mss.
     352.   New York Public Library - Schuler von sender Denkwurdigkeiter
     353.   Parkman, Ebenezer (diary)
     354.   Orderly Book, Sherburne’s regiment
     355.   New York Historical Society materials
Cabinet 1, Drawer 5: continued

                                   Pa [Pennsylvania] Gazette

      356. New York Historical Society materials
      357. Orderly Book - 3rd Pennsylvania regiment. November - December 1780,
           Clark University
      358. Historical Society of Pennsylvania
      359. Connecticut Historical Society
      360. Connecticut Historical Society
      361. Massachusetts Historical Society
      362. Cumming, of Thornton, Pebbles, John
      363. National Archives - index to Revolutionary War rolls
      364. Knox, Henry papers New York Historical Society
      365. Glyn, Thomas - Diary, 1776. A brief narrative…(E.263.N588)
      366. Hand, Edward papers, New York Historical Society
      367. William Irvine papers New York Historical Society
      368. Bertheir, Louis papers
      369. Bertheir, Louis papers
      370. Smith, William papers New York Public Library
      371. Smith, William papers New York Public Library
      372. Smith, William papers New York Public Library
      373. Tuttle- Hoff papers
      374. Tuttle- Hoff papers
      375. The Rebel Earl - P.H.D., thesis, 1955, UMI
      376. Damages in New Jersey, Britain and America 1776 – 1782 (Index)
      377. Damages in New Jersey, Britain and America 1776 – 1782
      378. Damages in New Jersey, Britain and America 1776 – 1782


                                    The Draper Manuscripts

Works and papers collected by Lyman Draper on the history of the trans-Allegheny West
area that includes portions of the Carolinas, Virginia, Georgia, Alabama, the entire Ohio
Valley and the Mississippi Valley. Most materials cover the time period from the 1740’s
through the 1810’s. The State Historical Society of Wisconsin, for which Draper served as
corresponding secretary from 1854-1886, now owns the collection of original 18th and 19th
century papers.

      379.   Irvine Papers, series AA vol. 1 – 2, reel:70
      380.   John Cleves Symmes Papers, series WW vol. 1 – 4, reel: 115
      381.   Harman Papers, series W vol. 1 – 2, reel: 61
      382.   Pension Statements, series OO vol. 1, reel 98
Cabinet 1, Drawer 5: continued


                                       The Ford Papers

     383.   Folders: 1 - 29
     384.   Series 1, Box 1, Folders 30 - 40; Box 2, Folders 1 - 33
     385.   Series 1, Box 2, Folders 34 – 43; Box 3, Folders 1 - 77
     386.   Series 2, Box 3, Folders 28 - 53
     387.   Series 2, Box 4, Folders 1 - 66
     388.   Series 2, Box 4, Folders 67 - 89; Box 5, Folders 1 - 48
     389.   Series 2, Box 5, Folders 49 - 67; Box 6, Folders 1 - 48
     390.   Series 2, Box 6, Folders 49 - 71; Box 7, Folders 1 - 29
     391.   Series 2, Box 7, Folders 30 - 45; Box 8, Folders 1 – 23
     392.   Series 3, Box 8, Folders 24 – 52; Box 9, Folders 1 - 15
     393.   Series 3, Box 9, Folders 16 - 53
     394.   Series 4, Box 10, Folders 1 - 59
     395.   Series 4, Box 11, Folders 1 - 52
     396.   Series 4, Box 11, Folders 53 - 60; Box 12, Folders 1 - 29
     397.   Series 4, Box 12, Folders 30 - 64; Box 13, Folders 1 - 56
     398.   Series 5, Box 13, Folders 37 - 55; Box 14, Folders 1 - 51

Cabinet 1, Drawer 6:


                                      Sylvanus Seely’s Diary
     399.   1768   -   1790
     400.   1792   -   1799
     401.   1799   -   1808
     402.   1808   -   1816
     403.   1816   -   1821


                          Morristown National Historical Park Manuscripts

     404.   Starts:    Abbott, Ends: Alexander
     405.   Starts:    Alfonso, Ends: Ayres
     406.   Starts:    B, Ends: Beaumont
     407.   Starts:    Beauregard, Ends: Beverhoudt
     408.   Starts:    Beverely, Ends: Bloomfield
     409.   Starts:    Blount, Ends: Broadley
     410.   Starts:    Broadsides, Ends: Bunnel
     411.   Starts:    Burchard, Ends: Carpenter
Cabinet 1, Drawer 6: continued

                      Morristown National Historical Park Manuscripts

     412.   Starts: Carr, Ends: Clarkson
     413.   Starts: Claus, Ends: Comstock
     414.   Starts: Condict, Ends: Cory
     415.   Starts: Cosby, Ends: Davison
     416.   Starts: Dawes, Ends: Dickson
     417.   Starts: Diligent, Ends: Edwards
     418.   Starts: Eells, Ends: Fayssoux
     419.   Starts: Fearing, Ends: Francisco
     420.   Starts: Franklin, Ends: Genet
     421.   Starts: Geography, Ends: Gorringe
     422.   Starts: Gasner, Ends: Grayson
     423.   Starts: Great Britain, Ends: Greenwood
     424.   Starts: Gregg, Ends: Hamsun
     425.   Starts: Hancock, Ends: Hemsley
     426.   Starts: Henchman, Ends: Honeywood
     427.   Starts: Hood, Ends: Howe
     428.   Starts: Howel, Ends: Hussein
     429.   Starts: Hutchins, Ends: Jackson
     430.   Starts: Jacocks, Ends: Johnston
     431.   Starts: Joline, Ends: Lafayette
     432.   Starts: Laffer, Ends: Layton
     433.   Starts: Leach, Ends: Levy
     434.   Starts: Lewald-Stahr, Ends: Livingston
     435.   Starts: Lloyd, Ends: Lytton
     436.   Starts: Mabie, Ends: Manonowa
     437.   Starts: Manchester, Ends: Mass. Milita
     438.   Starts: Mass. Oath, Ends: Menzies
     439.   THIS ROLL IS MISSING
     440.   Starts: Moody, Ends: Murry
     441.   Starts: Muse, Ends: New Jersey Judicial, Essex
     442.   Starts: New Jersey Judicial, Hunterdon, Ends: New Jersey Judicial, Monmouth
     443.   Starts: New Jersey Judicial, Morris, Ends: New Jersey Judicial, Monmouth
     444.   Starts: New Jersey, Morris, Ends: New Jersey, West
     445.   Starts: New York, Albany, Ends: O’Donnell
     446.   Starts: Ogden, Ends: Parsons
     447.   Starts: Parton, Ends: Peyton
     448.   Starts: Phelps, Ends: Potts
     449.   Starts: Pound, Ends: Rawson
     450.   Starts: Rapelse, Ends: Rabinson
     451.   Starts: Rochambeau, Ends: Ryte
Cabinet 1, Drawer 6: continued

                           Morristown National Historical Park Manuscripts

     452.   Start: S, Ends: Schurz
     453.   Starts: Schyler, Ends: Shillaber
     454.   ROLL MISSING
     455.   Starts: Shiboy, Ends: Sluboy
     456.   Starts: Small, Ends: Spain
     457.   Starts: Sparhawk, Ends: Stewart
     458.   Starts: Stile, Ends: Taggart
     459.   Starts: Tallot, Ends: Tolwell
     460.   Starts: Tambekbe, Ends: Tyson
     461.   Starts: Ulrike,Ends: US Army 1779
     462.   Starts: US Army 1780,Ends: US Army 1863
     463.   Starts: US Bank, Ends: US. Treasury controller
     464.   Starts: US. Treasury loan, Ends: Van Cartlandt
     465.   Starts: Van Dam, Ends: Vitale
     466.   Starts: Vogue, Ends: Washington, Booker T.
     467.   Morristown Manuscript collection: (Morristown, NJ),
            Washington Bushrod to George Washington, 1784
     468.   Morristown Manuscript collection: (Morristown, NJ),
            George Washington 1785 to October 1797
     469.   Morristown Manuscript collection: (Morristown, NJ),
            George Washington 1797 to Washington Lund
     470.   Starts: Washington, Martha, Ends: Weedon
     471.   Starts: Weightman, Ends: Wiley
     472.   Starts: Williams, Ends: Woolton
     473.   Starts: Worchester, Ends: Zweni

Cabinet 1, Drawer 7:


                           Early American Orderly Books, 1748 - 1817

     474.   Reel:   1,   Items   1 - 14
     475.   Reel:   2,   Items   15 - 27
     476.   Reel:   3,   Items   28 - 39
     477.   Reel:   4,   Items   40 - 46
     478.   Reel:   5,   Items   47 - 64
     479.   Reel:   6,   Items   55 - 77
     480.   Reel:   7,   Items   78 - 87
     481.   Reel:   8,   Items   88 – 91
Cabinet 1, Drawer 7: continued


                        Early American Orderly Books, 1748 - 1817

     482.   Reel:   9, Items 92 - 98
     483.   Reel:   10, Items 99 - 104
     484.   Reel:   11, Items 105 - 113
     485.   Reel:   12, Items 114 - 124
     486.   Reel:   13, Items 125 - 135
     487.   Reel:   14, Items 136 - 146
     488.   Reel:   15, Items 147 - 157
     489.   Reel:   16, Items 158 - 168
     490.   Reel:   17, Items 169 - 181
     491.   Reel:   18, Items 182 - 191
     492.   Reel:   19, Items 192 - 196

            Records of Pennsylvania’s Revolutionary Governments 1775 - 1790
                 Pennsylvania Historical & Museum Commission RG 27


     493. Series # 27.1 Committee of Safety, 1775 - 1776
          Accounts 1775 - 1776 and undated.
     494. Series # 27.2 Executive Correspondence and Petitions, 1775 - 1776 and
          undated.
     495. Series # 27.3 Minute Book, 1775 - 1776.
     496. Series # 27.4 Minutes (Rough Copy), 1775 -1776 and undated.
     497. Series # 27.5 Receipt Books, 1775 – 1776 and undated.
     498. Series # 27.6 Provincial Convention, 1776, Executive Correspondence, 1776.
     499. Series # 27.7 Council of Safety, 1776 – 1777, Accounts.
     500. Series # 27.8 Executive Correspondence, 1776 – 1777 and undated.
     501. Series # 27.9 Minute Books, 1776 – 1777.
     502. Series # 27.10 Minutes (Rough Copy) 1776 and undated.
     503. Series # 27.11 Memoranda Book, 1776 – 1777.
     504. Series # 27.12 Receipt Book, 1776 – 1777.
     505. Series # 27.13 Second Council of Safety, 1777, Accounts.
     506. Series # 27.14 Executive Correspondence, 1777.
     507. Series # 27.15 Minute Book, 1777.
     508. Series # 27.16 Minute Book (Rough Copy), 1777.
     509. Series # 27.17 Supreme Executive Council, 1777 – 1790, Application for Passes
          1776 – 1778 and undated.
     510. Series # 27.18 Accounts and Reports 1777 – 1790.
     511. Series # 27.19 Appointment Book, 1777 – 1790.
Cabinet 1, Drawer 7: continued


            Records of Pennsylvania’s Revolutionary Governments 1775 - 1790
                  Pennsylvania Historical & Museum Commission RG 27

     512.   Series # 27.20 Appointments File: Military, 1775 – 1790.
     513.   Series # 27. 21 Appointments File: Political, 1775 – 1790.
     514.   Series # 27.22 Attendance Book, 1777.
     515.   Series # 27.23 Bankruptcy File, 1785 – 1790.
     516.   Series # 27.24 Blotter Books (Rough Copies of Minutes), 1789 – 1790.
     517.   Series # 27.25 Clemency File, 1775 – 1790 and undated.
     518.   Series # 27.26 Election Returns, 1776 – 1790 and undated.
     519.   Series # 27.27 Engrossed Election Certificates, 1778 – 1787.
     520.   Series # 27.28 Executive Correspondence and Petitions, 1777 – 1790 and
            Undated.
     521.   Series # 27.29 Forfeited Estates File, 1777 – 1790.
     522.   Series # 27.30 Letter Books, 1782 – 1789.
     523.   Series # 27.31 Marriage Bonds for Philadelphia County, 1784 – 1786.
     524.   Series # 27.32 Memoranda Book, 1780 – 1787.
     525.   Series # 27.33 Military Returns, 1777 – 1790.
     526.   Series # 27.34 Minute Books, 1777 – 1790.
     527.   Series # 27.35 Minute Books (Rough Copies), 1777 – 1790.
     528.   Series # 27.36 Oaths of Allegiance, 1777 – 1790.
     529.   Series # 27.37 Proceedings of the Pennsylvania Indian Commissions, 1784 –
            1785.
     530.   Series # 27.38 Register of Letters of Marque, 1778 – 1782.
     531.   Series # 27.39 Villefrance Map and Detail Drawing for the Defense of the
            Delaware River, ca. 1778.
     532.   Series # 27.40 Committee of Fifty, 1777 – 1779, Accounts, 1777 – 1779.
     533.   Series # 27.41 Board of War, 1777, Accounts
     534.   Series # 27.42 Bonds of Marque, 1776 – 1777.
     535.   Series # 27.43 General Correspondence and Petitions, 1777.
     536.   Series # 27.44 Minute Book, 1777.
     537.   Navy Board, 1777, Minute Books.
Cabinet 1, Drawer 7: continued

                  Miscellaneous Manuscripts of Rev. War era 1771-1791

     510. The SOL Feinstone collection of the American Revolution- reel 1:
          No. 1-576
     511. The SOL Feinstone collection of the American Revolution- reel 2:
          No. 577-1068

Cabinet 1, Drawer 8:

     512. The SOL Feinstone collection of the American Revolution- reel 3:
          No. 1069-1742
     513. The SOL Feinstone collection of the American Revolution-
          (supplement) No. 1801-2041
     514. The SOL Feinstone collection of the American Revolution-
          (supplement) No. 2042-2323
     515. Papers of Samuel Holden Parsons
     516. Thirty Years War- LWS collection
     517. M- 218 Kent County Marriages 1865-1888; Journal of the Senate
          1825; Executive proceedings 1830-1835


                                     National Archives
Cabinet 1, Drawer 8:

     Box: 556, Series: 913, Series Number: 1
           Personnel returns of the 6th Massachusetts Battalion, 1779-1780, and returns
           and accounts of military stores for the 8th and 9th Massachusetts Regiments,
           1779-1782

     Box: 557, Series: 926, Series Number: 1
           Letters, returns, accounts, and estimates of the quartermaster General’s
           department, 1776-1783, in the war department collection of Revolutionary War
           records

     Box: 558, Series: 246, Series Number: 55
           Records pertaining to 1st New Jersey Regiment, 1775-76 (1)
           Records pertaining to 1st New Jersey Regiment, 1777-83 (2-7)

     Box: 559, Series: 246, Series Number: 56
           Records pertaining to 1st New Jersey Regiment, 1777-83 (8-16)
                                     National Archives
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     Box: 560, Series: 246, Series Number: 57
           Records pertaining to 1st New Jersey Regiment, 1777-83 (17-19)
           Records pertaining to 2nd New Jersey Battalion, 1775-76 (20)
           Records pertaining to 2nd New Jersey Regiment, 1776-83 (21-22)

     Box: 561, Series: 246, Series Number: 58
           Records pertaining to 2nd New Jersey Regiment, 1776-83 (23-27)

     Box: 562, Series: 246, Series Number: 59
           Records pertaining to 2nd New Jersey Regiment, 1776-83 (28-33)

     Box: 563, Series: 246, Series Number: 60
           Records pertaining to 2nd New Jersey Regiment, 1776-83 (34)
           Records pertaining to 3rd New Jersey Regiment, 1777-80 (35-38)

     Box: 564, Series: 246, Series Number: 61
           Records pertaining to 3rd New Jersey Regiment, 1777-80 (39-43)

     Box: 565, Series: 246, Series Number: 62
           Records pertaining to 3rd New Jersey Regiment, 1777-80 (44)
           Records pertaining to 4th New Jersey Regiment, 1777-80 (45-50)

     Box: 566, Series: 246, Series Number: 63
           Records Pertaining to 4th New Jersey Regiment, 1777-80 (51-53)
           New Jersey Battalion or Regiment, 1776-77 (54)
           New Jersey Regiment, 1783 (55)
           New Jersey Battalion, 1783 (56)
           1st Regiment, Bergen County Militia, 1777-78 (57)
           1st Regiment, Essex County, 1777 (58)
           1st Battalion of Monmouth, 1777-82 (59)
           1st Battalion of Somerset, 1777-81 (60)
           2nd Battalion of Hunterdon, 1777 (61)
           2nd Battalion of Middlesex, 1777 (62)
           2nd Battalion of Somerset, 1777-80 (63)
           3rd Battalion of Gloucester, 1777 (64)
           3rd Battalion of Middlesex, 1781 (65)
           Bonnel’s Company of Levies, 1782 (66)

     Box: 567, Series: 246, Series Number: 64
           Crane’s Troops of Horse, 1780 (67)
           Eastern Battalion, Morris County, 1777-78 (68)
           Forman’s Regiment of Militia, 1776 (69)
           Forman’s Regiment of Militia, 1778-80 (70)
                                     National Archives
Cabinet 1, Drawer 8: continued

     Box: 567, Series: 246, Series Number: 64 continued
           Hankinson’s Regiment of Militia, 1777-79 (71)
           Holmes’ Battalion of Militia, Salem County, 1778 (72)
           Huddy’s Company of State Troops, 1782 (73)
           Lindsly’s Company of Artificers, 1776 (74)
           Light Horse Company (Elizabethtown), 1777 (75)
           Martin’s Regiment of Militia, 1776 (76)
           Newcomb’s Regiment of Foot, 1776 (77)
           Nixon’s Company of Horse, 1777 (78)
           Outwater’s Bergen County Company, 1779-81 (79)
           Shreve’s Battalion, Burlington Militia (80)
           Randolph’s Company, 1782 (81)
           Philip’s Regiment of Militia, 1777 (82)
           Seely’s Regiment of Militia, 1777-81 (83)
           Squier’s Company, 1777 (84)
           Summer’s Battalion of Militia, 1776 (85)
           Thomas’ Battalion of Essex Militia, 1776 (86)
           Van Courtlandt’s Battalion, 1776 (87)
           Van Courtlandt’s Battalion, Essex County, 1777-80 (88)
           Walton’s Company of Light Dragoon, 1780-82 (89)
           Woolverton’s Company, 1776 (90)\
           Various Organizations (91)

     Box: 568, Series: 246, Series Number: 80
           Records pertaining to 1st Pennsylvania Regiment, 1776 (1)
           Records pertaining to 1st Battalion, 1775 (2)
           Records pertaining to 1st Regiment Continental, 1776 (3)
           Records pertaining to 1st Regiment, 1777-80 (4)
           Records pertaining to 2nd Pennsylvania Regiment, 1777-79 (5-14)

     Box: 569, Series: 246, Series Number: 81
           Records pertaining to 2nd Pennsylvania Regiment, 1777-79 (15-16)
           Records pertaining to 3rd Pennsylvania Regiment, 1776 (17)
           Records pertaining to 3rd Pennsylvania Regiment (Line), 1776 (18)
           Records pertaining to 4th Pennsylvania Regiment, 1776-77 (19)
           Records pertaining to 4th Pennsylvania Regiment (Line), 1777 (20)
           Records pertaining to 5th Pennsylvania Regiment, 1776 (21)
           Records pertaining to 5th Pennsylvania Regiment, 1776-80 (22-23)
                                      National Archives
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     Box: 570, Series: 246, Series Number: 82
           Records pertaining to 5th Pennsylvania Regiment, 1776-80 (24-31)
           Records pertaining to 6th Pennsylvania Regiment, 1776 (32)
           Records pertaining to 6th Pennsylvania Regiment, 1776-78 (33)

     Box: 571, Series: 246, Series Number: 83
           Records pertaining to 7th Pennsylvania Regiment, 1777 (34)
           Records pertaining to 8th Pennsylvania Regiment, 1778 (35)
           Records pertaining to 9th Pennsylvania Regiment, 1777-78 (36)

     Box: 572, Series: 246, Series Number: 84
           Records pertaining to 10th Pennsylvania Regiment (37)
           Records pertaining to 11th Pennsylvania Regiment, 1777-78 (38)
           Records pertaining to 11th Pennsylvania Regiment, 1779-80 (39)
           Records pertaining to 12th Pennsylvania Regiment, 1776-78 (40)
           Records pertaining to 13th Pennsylvania Regiment, 1777 (41)
           1st Regiment Flying Camp, 1776 (42)
           1st Battalion (or Regiment) Flying Camp, 1776 (43)
           1st Battalion of Bedford County Militia, 1777 (44)
           1st Battalion of Chester County Militia, 1776-77 (45)
           1st Battalion of Cumberland County Militia, 1776-77 (46)
           1st Regiment Flying Camp of Lancaster County, 1776 (47)
           1st Battalion of Philadelphia County Militia, 1776 (48)
           1st Battalion of Riflemen, Philadelphia County Militia, 1776 (49)
           1st Battalion of Westmoreland County Militia, 1777 (50)
           2nd Regiment Flying Camp, 1776 (51)
           2nd Battalion of Cumberland County Militia, 1776 (52)
           2nd Battalion of Cumberland County Militia, 1777 (53)
           2nd Battalion of Riflemen, Lancaster County, 1776-77 (54)
           2nd Battalion of Westmoreland County Militia, 1777 (55)
           3rd Battalion of Chester County Militia, 1776-77 (56)
           3rd Battalion of Cumberland County Militia, 1776 (57)
           3rd Battalion of Lancaster County Militia, 1776 (58)
           3rd Battalion of Northumberland County Militia, 1779 (59)
           4th Battalion of Chester County Militia, 1776 (60)
           4th Battalion of Philadelphia County Militia, 1776 (61)
           5th Battalion of Chester County Militia, 1776 (62)
           5th Battalion of Cumberland County Militia, 1776 (63)
           5th Battalion of Philadelphia County Militia, 1776 (64)
           5th Battalion of York County Militia, 1777 (65)
           Andrews’ Battalion of York County Militia, 1777-78 (66)
                                      National Archives
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     Box: 572, Series: 246, Series Number: 84 continued
           Atlee’s Musket Battalion, 1777 (67)
           Baxter’s Battalion Flying Camp, 1776 (68)
           Barr’s Detachment of Westmoreland County Militia, 1778 (69)
           Clugage’s Battalion, 1778 (70)
           Burd’s Battalion, 1776 (71)
           Clotz’s Battalion Flying Camp, Lancaster County, 1776 (72)
           Duncan’s Company of Volunteers (Pittsburgh), 1778 (73)
           Enslow’s Company of Bedford County Militia, 1782-83 (74)
           Ferreis’ Battalion of Militia (Lancaster County), 1776 (75)
           Graff’s Company, 1776 (76)
           Hall’s Company, 1781 (77)
           Haller’s Battalion Flying Camp, 1776 (78)
           Hart’s Battalion of Bucks County Militia, 1776 (79)
           Matlock’s Rifle Battalion, 1777 (80)
           Miles’ Rifle Regiment, 1776 (81)
           Lochny’s Battalion (81-1)
           Moorhead’s Independent Company, 1777-79 (82)
           Ott’s Company of Washington County Militia (83)
           Philadelphia Light Horse Troop, 1780 (84)
           Rankin’s Regiment (or Battalion) of York County Militia, 1777 (85)
           Reed’s Volunteers, 1780-81 (86)
           Schott’s Corps (Independent), 1778 (87)
           Shaver’s Company of Volunteers, 1777 (88)
           Steel’s Independent Company, 1777 (89)
           Swope’s Regiment Flying Camp, 1776-80 (90)
           Van Etten’s Company of Northampton County, 1780-81 (91)
           Watt’s Regiment Flying Camp, 1776 (92)
           Various Organizations (93)

     Box: 573, Series: 246, Series Number: 105
           Records pertaining to 7th Vermont Regiment, 1776-78 (194-198)
           Records pertaining to 7th Vermont Regiment, 1778-79 (199-203)
           Records pertaining to 7th Vermont Regiment, 1780-83 (204-206)

     Box: 574, Series: 246, Series Number: 108
           Records pertaining to 9th Vermont Regiment, 1778-79 (243-252)
           Records pertaining to 10th Vermont Regiment, 1777-78 (253-263)
           Records pertaining to 10th Vermont Regiment, 1778-79 (264-265)
                                     National Archives
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     Box: 575, Series: 246, Series Number: 111
           Records pertaining to 12th Vermont Regiment, 1777-78 (302-207)
           Records pertaining to 13th Vermont Regiment, 1777-78 (308-315)

     Box: 576, Series: 246, Series Number: 114
           Western Battalion, 1781-82 (341)
           Pendleton’s Regiment of Militia, 1777 (342)
           Taylor’s Regiment of Militia (Albemarle County), 1779 (343)
           Watkins’ Troop of Dragoons, Militia, 1781 (344)
           Smith’s Company of Infantry (Serving with 3rd Regiment Continental Cavalry),
           1782 (345)
           Virginia Artillery, Southern Expedition, 1780 (346)
           Heth’s Independent Company at Fort Pitt, 1777-78 (347)
           O’Harra’s Independent Company at Fort Pitt, 1777-78 (348)
           Buck’s Company of Dunmore Volunteers, 1777 (349)
           Frederick County Militia, 1777 (350)
           Monongalia County Militia, 1777 (351)
           Company or Detachment of Militia at Redstone, 1778 (352)
           Ford’s Company of Militia,1777 (353)
           Company of Virginia Militia, Fort Liberty, 1776-77 (354)
           Detachment of 5th and Other Regiments, 1778 (355)
           Frederick County Company of Militia, 1777 (356)
           [Parson’s] Company of Militia, 1777 (357)
           [Rader’s] Company of Militia, 1777 (358)
           Detachment of Yohoghany County Militia (359)
           [Scott’s] Company of Militia, 1777 (360)
           Scott’s (James) Company of Militia, 1777 (361)
           Detachment of Militia, Botetourt County, 1777 (362)
           Detachment of Virginia Troops, 1778 (363)
           Various Organizations (364)

     Box: 577, Series: 246, Series Number: 115
           1st Regiment of Continental Troops – Light Dragoons, 1777-83 (1-11)
           2nd Regiment of Continental Troops – Light Dragoons, 1776-83 (12)
           3rd Regiment of Continental Troops – Light Dragoons, 1779 (13)
           4th Regiment of Continental Troops – Light Dragoons, 1778 (14)
           Lee’s Legion (15)
           Armand’s Independent Corps of Light Dragoons, 1778-79 (16)
                                      National Archives
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     Box: 578, Series: 246, Series Number: 116
           Von Heer’s Independent Troop of Light Dragoons (17)
           Pulaski’s Legion, 1779-80 (18)
           Gridley’s and Knox’s Regiment of Artillery, 1776 (19)
           1st Regiment of Artillery, 1777-83 (20-25)

     Box: 579, Series: 246, Series Number: 127
           Sherburne’s Regiment, 1777-79 (154-160)
           Spencer’s Regiment, 1777-80 (161)

     Box: 580, Series: 246, Series Number: 128
           Spencer’s Regiment, 1777-80 (162-170)

     Box: 581, Series: 246, Series Number: 129
           Spencer’s Regiment, 1777-80 (171-178)
           Thruston’s Regiment, 1778 (179)
           Brown’s Detachment of New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Vermont Militia,
           1775-76 (180)
           Canadian Volunteers, 1775 (181)
           Commander-In-Chief’s Guard, 1777-83 (182)
           Delaware Indians, 1780-81 (183)

     Box: 582, Series: 246, Series Number: 135
           General and Staff; Field and Staff and Line Officers, 1775-83 (1)
           Guard Reports, 1776-80 (2)
           Hospital Department (3)
           Prisoners of War (4)
           Quartermaster General’s Department, 1779-82 (5)

     Box: 583, Series: 246, Series Number: 137
           Returns of the Army Under General Washington, July 19, 1775-December
           1782 (11-18)

     Box: 584, Series: 859, Series Number: 4
           Includes clothing accounts, receipts for apprehending deserters, and
           resolutions of the Delaware Legislature
           Includes accounts of officers and enlisted men, receipts for money and
           clothing, statements of service, pay orders, and correspondence concerning
           settlement of accounts
                                       National Archives
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     Box: 585, Series: 859, Series Number: 55
           Mainly pay and supply accounts of officers and enlisted men of various
           organizations including regiments commanded by Colonels Gist, Grayson,
           Spencer, Warner, Moylan, Baylor, and Hartley; Pulaski’s and Lee’s Legions; the
           German and Invalid Regiments; and artillery regiments

     Box: 586, Series: 859, Series Number: 56
           Mainly pay and supply accounts of officers and enlisted men of various
           organizations including regiments commanded by Colonels Gist, Grayson,
           Spencer, Warner, Moylan, Baylor, and Hartley; Pulaski’s and Lee’s Legions; the
           German and Invalid Regiments; and artillery regiments

     Box: 587, Series: 859, Series Number: 57
           Mainly certificates of pay and final settlements received, certificates of non-
           indebtedness, statements of service, and commissions of officers and enlisted
           men of various organizations including the 1st and 2nd Regiments of Light
           Dragoons, the German Regiment, and troops commanded by Captain
           Bartholomew von Heer

     Box: 588, Series: 859, Series Number: 58
           Mainly correspondence concerning settlement of accounts and resignations of
           officers of various organizations including the German Regiment, the 2nd
           Canadian Regiment, and Regiments commanded by Colonels Hazen, Spencer,
           Hartley, Crane, and Lamb

     Box: 589, Series: 859, Series Number: 59
           Enlistment papers, including oaths and bounty receipts, of enlisted men of
           Pulaski’s Region, “Congress’s Own” Regiment, and Captain Bartholomew von
           Heer’s Company of Light Dragoons

     Box: 590, Series: 859, Series Number: 60
           Mainly pay orders and orders for delivery of supplies of officers and enlisted
           men of various organizations including the 23rd Continental Infantry Regiment,
           the 2nd Regiment of Light Dragoons, and regiments commanded by Colonels
           Hazen, Grayson, and Lamb.

     Box: 591, Series: 859, Series Number: 61
           Mainly pay orders of officers and enlisted men of various organizations
           including Lamb’s Regiment and the 23rd Continental Infantry Regiment
                                       National Archives
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     Box: 592, Series: 859, Series Number: 62
           Mainly powers of attorney and receipts for pay and other sums of money of
           officers and enlisted men of various organizations including Hazen’s and
           Lamb’s Regiments, and receipts of persons paid for furnishing supplies and
           service to Pulaski’s Legion and to Hazen’s and Moylan’s Regiments

     Box: 593, Series: 859, Series Number: 63
           Mainly receipts for pay, receipts for bounty money and other sums of money,
           and final settlement certificates of officers and enlisted men of various
           organizations including the 2nd Artillery Regiment and Forman’s and Hazen’s
           Regiments

     Box: 594, Series: 859, Series Number: 64
           Resignations, personnel and supply returns, certificates of non-indebtedness,
           accounts and reports concerning settlement of accounts, discharges,
           appointments, military orders, letters of administration, and other records of
           officers and enlisted men of various organizations including the German
           Regiment, the 2nd Artillery Regiment, and Regiments commanded by Colonels
           Hazen, Crane, Proctor, Spencer, Sherburne, Baylor, and Gist

     Box: 595, Series: 859, Series Number: 65
           Mainly accounts, including accounts for expenses, pay, and supplies received
           and delivered

     Box: 596, Series: 859, Series Number: 66
           Includes receipts for guns and other supplies, certificates of proof of shot and
           shells, letters addressed to Commissary General of Military Stores Samuel
           Hodgdon, and estimates, returns, inventories, and invoices of military stores
           and tools

     Box: 597, Series: 859, Series Number: 67
           Mainly orders for delivery of supplies and receipts for supplies

     Box: 598, Series: 859, Series Number: 68
           Mainly returns of arms, accoutrements, ordnance, and military stores

     Box: 599, Series: 859, Series Number: 69
           Mainly returns of arms, accoutrements, ordnance, military stores, supplies
           needed, and work performed
     Box: 600, Series: 859, Series Number: 70
           Mainly returns of arms, accoutrements, ordnance, military stores, firewood,
           personnel, and work performed
                                       National Archives
Cabinet 1, Drawer 8: continued

     Box: 601, Series: 859, Series Number: 71
           Mainly returns of arms, accoutrements, ordnance, military stores, personnel,
           work performed, and provisions

     Box: 602, Series: 859, Series Number: 72
           Includes records of delivery of supplies, letters addressed to Commissary of
           Military Stores and Asst. Q.M. Samuel Hodgdon, contracts for shot and shells,
           pay orders, receipts for money, returns of ordnance and military stores,
           commissions, and appointments

     Box: 603, Series: 859, Series Number: 73
           Books showing delivery and receipt of military stores, returns of ordnance and
           military stores, and returns of personnel and work performed

     Box: 604, Series: 859, Series Number: 74
           Includes accounts and returns of provisions and related stores, receipts for
           provisions, and certificates of money due for retained rations

     Box: 605, Series: 859, Series Number: 75
           Mainly returns of provisions and related stores

     Box: 606, Series: 859, Series Number: 76
           Mainly returns of provisions and related stores

     Box: 607, Series: 859, Series Number: 77
           Letters addressed to Paymasters General William Palfrey and John Pierce,
           returns of money disbursed, and other records of pay and settlement of
           accounts

     Box: 608, Series: 859, Series Number: 80
           Mainly letters to Q.M. General Timothy Pickering from subordinates and other
           military and civil officers concerning activities of the Quartermaster General’s
           Department

     Box: 609, Series: 859, Series Number: 81
           Mainly letters to Q.M. General Timothy Pickering from subordinates and other
           military and civil officers concerning activities of the Quartermaster General’s
           Department

     Box: 610, Series: 859, Series Number: 82
           Mainly letters to Q.M. General Timothy Pickering from subordinates and other
           military and civil officers concerning activities of the Quartermaster General’s
           Department
                                       National Archives
Cabinet 1, Drawer 8: continued

     Box: 611, Series: 859, Series Number: 83
           Mainly letters to Q.M. General Timothy Pickering from subordinates and other
           military and civil officers concerning activities of the Quartermaster General’s
           Department

     Box: 612, Series: 859, Series Number: 84
           Mainly letters to Q.M. General Timothy Pickering from subordinates and other
           military and civil officers concerning activities of the Quartermaster General’s
           Department

     Box: 613, Series: 859, Series Number: 85
           Mainly letters to Q.M. General Timothy Pickering from subordinates and other
           military and civil officers concerning activities of the Quartermaster General’s
           Department

     Box: 614, Series: 859, Series Number: 86
           Mainly letters to Q.M. General Timothy Pickering from subordinates and other
           military and civil officers concerning activities of the Quartermaster General’s
           Department

     Box: 615, Series: 859, Series Number: 87
           Mainly letters to Q.M. General Timothy Pickering from subordinates and other
           military and civil officers concerning activities of the Quartermaster General’s
           Department

     Box: 616, Series: 859, Series Number: 88
           Mainly letters to Q.M. General Timothy Pickering from subordinates and other
           military and civil officers concerning activities of the Quartermaster General’s
           Department

     Box: 617, Series: 859, Series Number: 89
           Mainly letters to Q.M. General Timothy Pickering from subordinates and other
           military and civil officers concerning activities of the Quartermaster General’s
           Department

     Box: 618, Series: 859, Series Number: 90
           Mainly letters to Q.M. General Timothy Pickering from subordinates and other
           military and civil officers concerning activities of the Quartermaster General’s
           Department
                                       National Archives
Cabinet 1, Drawer 8: continued

     Box: 619, Series: 859, Series Number: 91
           Mainly letters to Q.M. General Timothy Pickering from subordinates and other
           military and civil officers concerning activities of the Quartermaster General’s
           Department

     Box: 620, Series: 859, Series Number: 92
           Includes estimates, extracts of correspondence, invoices, lists of persons owed
           money by the United States for services and supplies, oaths of allegiance, and
           oaths of office

     Box: 621, Series: 859, Series Number: 93
           Orders for delivery of supplies, pay orders, and receipts for supplies and money

     Box: 622, Series: 859, Series Number: 94
           Returns of provisions, personnel, animals, wagons, boats, clothing, and other
           supplies

     Box: 623, Series: 859, Series Number: 95
           Returns of provisions, personnel, animals, wagons, boats, clothing, and other
           supplies

     Box: 624, Series: 859, Series Number: 96
           Returns of provisions, personnel, animals, wagons, boats, clothing, and other
           supplies


Cabinet 1, Drawer 9:
     Box: 625, Series: 859, Series Number: 97
           Includes accounts, appointments, receipts, sales reports, and correspondence

     Box: 626, Series: 859, Series Number: 98
           Includes account and memorandum books

     Box: 627, Series: 859, Series Number: 102
           Includes inventories and lists of supplies and personnel, supply estimates and
           accounts, pay orders, military orders, receipts for pay and supplies, registers of
           certificates issued in settlement of accounts, and supply and personnel returns

     Box: 628, Series: 859, Series Number: 103
           Includes powers of attorney, drafts of letters from Paymaster General and
           Commissioner of Army accounts John Pierce concerning settlement of
           accounts, lists of members of the Cincinnati Society, and letters addressed to
           Samuel Hodgdon concerning personal affairs
                                       National Archives
Cabinet 1, Drawer 9: continued

     Box: 629, Series: 859, Series Number: 106
           Includes returns, correspondence, accounts, receipts, invoices, and orders for
           delivery of supplies

     Box: 630, Series: 859, Series Number: 108
           Includes letters concerning official and personal affairs to and from Q.M. Gen.
           Timothy Pickering, supply returns, and accounts of Asst. Q.M. Samuel
           Hodgdon

     Box: 631, Series: 859, Series Number: 109
           Includes lists of military stores, final settlement certificates, letters to and
           drafts of letters from Paymaster General and Commissioner of Army Accounts
           John Pierce and Commissioner of Army Accounts Joseph Howell concerning
           settlement of accounts, and copies of lists of and correspondence about South
           Carolina troops

     Box: 632, Series: 859, Series Number: 111
           Includes inspection reports of Major General von Steuben, letters to and from
           George Washington, contracts for rations, council of war minutes,
           correspondence between military officers, court-martial proceedings,
           Continental Congress resolutions concerning Army Staff Departments, and
           returns and lists of persons and supplies captured at Yorktown

     Box: 633, Series: 859, Series Number: 112
           Military orders, receipts for money and supplies, returns of personnel, records
           pertaining mainly to Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey,
           and Rhode Island troops, pay orders, assignments of pay, and pay receipts for
           New York troops

     Box: 634, Series: 853, Series Number: 1
           Catalog and Subject Index of Numbered Record Books; Index to Numbered
           Orderly Books; and Index to Oaths of Allegiance and Fidelity, Oaths of Office,
           Commissions, and Resignations

     Box: 635, Series: 853, Series Number: 2
           Orderly Books, June 23, 1775-December 10, 1778 (Volumes 12, 196, 195, 193,
           13, 14, 194, 15, 197)

     Box: 636, Series: 853, Series Number: 3
           Orderly Books, May 23, 1777-March 25, 1780 (Volumes 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21,
           22)
                                     National Archives
Cabinet 1, Drawer 9: continued

     Box: 637, Series: 853, Series Number: 4
           Orderly Books, April 18, 1778-August 4, 1779 (Volumes 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28,
           29)

     Box: 638, Series: 853, Series Number: 5
           Orderly Books, February 20, 1779-March 22, 1780 (Volumes 32, 30, 31, 33,
           34)

     Box: 639, Series: 853, Series Number: 6
           Orderly Books, February 21, 1780-September 20, 1780 (Volumes 35, 36, 37,
           38, 39, 40, 41, 42)

     Box: 640, Series: 853, Series Number: 7
           Orderly Books, August 9, 1780-June 14, 1781 (Volumes 43, 46, 45, 44, 47, 48)

     Box: 641, Series: 853, Series Number: 8
           Orderly Books, January 15, 1781-November 2, 1781 (Volumes 49, 50, 51, 52,
           53, 54)

     Box: 642, Series: 853, Series Number: 9
           Orderly Books, August 22, 1781-August 9, 1782 (Volumes 55, 56, 57, 58, 59,
           60)

     Box: 643, Series: 853, Series Number: 10
           Orderly Books, May 7, 1782-November 14, 1782 (Volumes 61, 62, 63, 64, 65,
           66)

     Box: 644, Series: 853, Series Number: 11
           Orderly Books, September 8, 1782-September 27, 1783 (Volumes67, 68, 69,
           70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76)

     Box: 645, Series: 853, Series Number: 12
           Oaths of Allegiance and Fidelity and Oaths of Office, 1778 and 1781 (Volumes
           165, 166, 167, 168)

     Box: 646, Series: 853, Series Number: 13
           Commissions and Resignations, 1775-80 (Volume 169)

     Box: 647, Series: 853, Series Number: 14
           Lists of Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island Troops, 1776-83
           (Volumes 1, 3, 8)
                                     National Archives
Cabinet 1, Drawer 9: continued


     Box: 648, Series: 853, Series Number: 15
           Lists of Delaware, New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania Troops, 1775-83
           (Volumes 2, 4, 5, unnumbered volume, and 7)

     Box: 649, Series: 853, Series Number: 16
           Miscellaneous Records of Military Operations and Service, 1775-83 and 1785-
           1813 (Volumes 174, 156, 153, 163, 154, 162, 161, 158)

     Box: 650, Series: 853, Series Number: 17
           Letters sent by John Pierce, April 19, 1786-May 14, 1788 (Volume 134)

     Box: 651, Series: 853, Series Number: 18
           Letters sent and received by Joseph Howell, August 13, 1784-January 20,
           1789 and January 2, 1794-December 30, 1794 (Volumes 136, 135, 138, 137)

     Box: 652, Series: 853, Series Number: 19
           Receipt books of John Pierce, John White, George Reid, and Joseph Howell,
           July 1783-August 1790 (Volumes 147, 147.5, 145, 146)

     Box: 653, Series: 853, Series Number: 20
           Records of Pay and Settlement of Accounts Pertaining to Pennsylvania Officers
           and Men, January 1777-June 1778, September 21, 1818, and February 27,
           1830 (Volumes 171, 172, 173, 157)

     Box: 654, Series: 853, Series Number: 21
           Records of Pay and Settlement of Accounts Pertaining to Virginia, New York,
           and Georgia Officers and Men and to Members of the Hospital Department for
           the Southern Army, 1775-1856 (Volumes 99, 159, 175, 176, 139, 140)

     Box: 655, Series: 853, Series Number: 22
           Records of Pay and Settlement of Accounts Pertaining Mainly to Maryland and
           North Carolina Officers and Men, 1775-85 and 1788 (Volumes 178, 136.5, 142)

     Box: 656, Series: 853, Series Number: 23
           Records of Pay and Settlement of Accounts Pertaining to Officers and Men of
           Various States, Including Connecticut, Massachusetts, and New Hampshire,
           and to the Quartermaster General’s Department, 1775-84 and 1786-90
           (Volumes 143, 170, 185, 189, 188, 141, 101)

     Box: 657, Series: 853, Series Number: 24
           Letters Sent by Timothy Pickering, Quartermaster General, August 5, 1780-
           May 10, 1781 (Volumes 126, 123, 124, 125)
                                     National Archives
Cabinet 1, Drawer 9: continued


     Box: 658, Series: 853, Series Number: 25
           Register of Letters Received by Timothy Pickering, May 1781-August 1781, and
           Letters Sent by Timothy Pickering, May 10, 1781-May 9, 1782 (Volumes 89,
           127, 82, 83)

     Box: 659, Series: 853, Series Number: 26
           Letters Sent by Timothy Pickering, Quartermaster General, January 4, 1782-
           June 21, 1783 (Volumes 84, 85, 90, 86)

     Box: 660, Series: 853, Series Number: 27
           Letters Sent by Timothy Pickering, Quartermaster General, January 8, 1783-
           July 9, 1787 (Volumes 87 and 88)

     Box: 661, Series: 853, Series Number: 28
           Estimates and Returns of Supplies, Funds, and Personnel, Quartermaster
           General’s Department and Commissary General of Military Stores Department,
           1780-93 (Volumes 148 and 103)

     Box: 662, Series: 853, Series Number: 29
           Records of Capt. Charles Russell, Assistant Deputy Quartermaster, Virginia,
           February 1781-July 5, 1782 (Volumes 108, 107, 102, 160, 109)

     Box: 663, Series: 853, Series Number: 30
           Records of Disbursement, Quartermaster General’s Department, August 1780-
           March 1784 (Volumes 183, 190, 95, 97, 187, 191, 192)

     Box: 664, Series: 853, Series Number: 31
           Miscellaneous Records of Receipts, Disbursements, Accounts, Returns,
           Issuances, and Activities, Quartermaster General’s Department, 1776-90
           (Volumes 98, 164, 149, 180, 181, 177, 179, 186, 182, 184)

     Box: 665, Series: 853, Series Number: 32
           Miscellaneous Records of Receipts, Disbursements, Accounts, Returns,
           Issuances, and Activities, Quartermaster General’s Department, 1776-90
           (Volumes 98, 164, 149, 180, 181, 177, 179, 186, 182, 184)

     Box: 666, Series: 853, Series Number: 33
           Letters Sent by Samuel Hodgdon, Richard Frothingham, and Benjamin Flower,
           July 19, 1778-May 24, 1784 (Volumes 111, 110, 92, 93)
                                      National Archives
Cabinet 1, Drawer 9: continued


     Box: 667, Series: 853, Series Number: 35
           Records of Accounts, Receipts, and Disbursements Associated with Samuel
           Hodgdon, 1777-98 (Volumes 152, 155, 117, 114)

     Box: 668, Series: 853, Series Number: 36
           Records of Accounts, Receipts, and Disbursements Associated with Samuel
           Hodgdon, 1778-92 (Volumes 144, 100, 96)

     Box: 669, Series: 853, Series Number: 37
           Records of Military Stores Received and Delivered at Philadelphia, March 1780-
           July 1783 (Volumes 133 and 94)

     Box: 670, Series: 853, Series Number: 38
           Records of Military Stores Received and Delivered at Philadelphia, March 1781,
           September 1784 (Volumes 122 and 132)

     Box: 671, Series: 853, Series Number: 39
           Records of Military Stores Received and Delivered at Various Places, February
           15, 1777-August 8, 1783 (Volumes 129, 130, 131, 151)

     Box: 672, Series: 853, Series Number: 40
           Miscellaneous Records of Military Stores Received and Delivered, Receipts,
           Returns, Pay Orders, and Accounts, Commissary General of Military Stores
           Department, 1776-85 (Volumes 118, 119, 120, 128, 91, 113, 116, 150, 115)

     Box: 673, Series: 853, Series Number: 41
           Records of Issuance and Receipts of Provisions, 1776-83 and 1786 (Volume
           112 and 121)

     Box: 674, Series: 247, Series Number: 30
           Reports of Committees Relating to the Army, 1775-1785 (Item No. 21), and
           Reports of Committees Relating to Hospitals, to the Mustermaster’s Inspector’s,
           Paymaster General’s, and Quartermaster’s Departments, to Canadians, and to
           Applications of Invalids, 1776-1788 (Item No. 22)

     Box: 675, Series: 247, Series Number: 34
           Reports of Committees on the War Office and the Department of War, 1776-
           1788 (Item No. 27)
                                      National Archives
Cabinet 1, Drawer 9: continued


     Box: 676, Series: 247, Series Number: 38
           Reports of Committees Relating to the Clothing Department; Reports of the
           Commissioners of Accounts for the Clothing, Hospital, and Marine
           Departments; Reports of the Committee on Commerce; and Miscellaneous
           Reports, With Lists of Postponed Reports (Item No. 31), 1777-1788

     Box: 677, Series: 247, Series Number: 70
           Letters and Papers Concerning Convention Troops, 1777-1780 (Item No. 57)

     Box: 678, Series: 247, Series Number: 74
           Letters of Joseph Carleton and Thomas Hutchins, 1779-1788, and Plans of
           Posts and Other Papers Relating to Military Affairs (Item No. 60). Most of the
           letters from Carleton, dated 1779-1785, and from Hutchins, dated 1781-1788,
           were addressed to the President of Congress, as were some of the papers
           relating to military affairs

     Box: 679, Series: 247, Series Number: 82
           New Jersey State Papers, 1775-1788 (Item No. 68) – official letters received by
           the Continental Congress

     Box: 680, Series: 247, Series Number: 129
           Transcript of the Letters of Silas Deane and Arthur Lee, 1776-1779. It consists
           of fair copies of letters, and their enclosures, addressed chiefly to the
           Committee of Secret Correspondence and the President of Congress by the two
           men

     Box: 681, Series: 247, Series Number: 157
           Reports of the Board of War and Ordnance, 1776-1781 (Item No. 147), Volumes
           I and II. These volumes contain reports, with some related documents,
           addressed mainly to the President of Congress from the Board of War, August
           1776-December 1779

     Box: 682, Series: 247, Series Number: 158
           Reports of the Board of War and Ordnance, 1776-1781 (Item No. 147), Volume
           III. The volume contains reports, with a number of related documents,
           addressed mainly to the President of Congress from the Board of War, January
           5, 1779-September 1, 1779
                                      National Archives
Cabinet 1, Drawer 9: continued


     Box: 683, Series: 247, Series Number: 159
           Reports of the Board of War and Ordnance, 1776-1781 (Item No. 147), Volume
           IV. The volume contains reports, with a number of related documents,
           addressed mainly to the President of Congress from the Board of War,
           December 1779-December 1780

     Box: 684, Series: 247, Series Number: 160
           Reports of the Board of War and Ordnance, 1776-1781 (Item No. 147), Volumes
           V and VI. These volumes contain reports, with a number of related documents,
           addressed mainly to the President of Congress from the Board of War,
           December 29, 1780-June 7, 1781

     Box: 685, Series: 247, Series Number: 161
           Letters of the Board of War and Ordnance, 1780-1781 (Item No. 148). The first
           volume contains letters, January 1780-October 1781, with a number of related
           documents, received by the President of Congress from the Board of War and
           Ordnance; the second volume consists mainly of reports, July 1781-November
           1781, with related documents, from the Board to the President of Congress

     Box: 686, Series: 247, Series Number: 162
           Letters and Reports of Major General Benjamin Lincoln, Secretary at War,
           1781-1783 (Item No. 149). The volume contains letters and reports dated
           November 1781-October 1782 that were received by the Congress from General
           Lincoln

     Box: 687, Series: 247, Series Number: 163
           Volumes II and III of the Letters and Reports of Major General Benjamin
           Lincoln, Secretary at War, 1781-1783 (Item No. 149). They contain letters and
           reports dated October 1782-November 1783 that were received by the Congress
           from General Lincoln and a few reports from the Assistant Secretary at War

     Box: 688, Series: 247, Series Number: 164
           Volumes I and II of the Letters of Major General Henry Knox, Secretary at War,
           1785-1788 (Item No. 150). They contain the letters received by the Congress,
           mostly from General Henry Knox, April 1785-October 1787

     Box: 689, Series: 247, Series Number: 165
           Volumes I and II of the Letters of Major General Henry Knox, Secretary at War,
           1785-1788 (Item No. 150). They contain the Letters received by the Congress,
           mostly from General Henry Knox, April 1785-October 1787
                                      National Archives
Cabinet 1, Drawer 9: continued


     Box: 690, Series: 247, Series Number: 166
           Volumes I and II of the Letters of George Washington, 1775-1784 (Item No.
           152). They contain letters dated June 16, 1775-September 18, 1776, addressed
           mainly to the President of the Continental Congress by General George
           Washington

     Box: 691, Series: 247, Series Number: 167
           Volumes III and IV of the Letters of George Washington, 1775-1784 (Item No.
           152). They contain letters dated September 19, 1776-August 27, 1777,
           addressed mainly to the President of the Continental Congress by General
           George Washington

     Box: 693, Series: 247, Series Number: 168
           Volumes V and VI of the Letters of George Washington, 1775-1784 (Item No.
           152). They contain letters dated August 28, 1777-December 13, 1778,
           addressed mainly to the President of the Continental Congress by General
           George Washington

     Box: 694, Series: 247, Series Number: 169
           Volume VII of the Letters of George Washington, 1775-1784 (Item No. 152). It
           contains letters dated December 16, 1778-September 12, 1779, addressed
           mainly to the President of the Continental Congress by General George
           Washington

     Box: 695, Series: 247, Series Number: 170
           Volumes VIII and IX of the Letters of George Washington, 1775-1784 (Item No.
           152). They contain letters dated September 13, 1779-February 17, 1781,
           addressed mainly to the President of the Continental Congress by General
           George Washington

     Box: 696, Series: 247, Series Number: 171
           Volumes X and XI of the Letters of George Washington, 1775-1784 (Item No.
           152). They contain letters dated February 26, 1781-January 19, 1784,
           addressed mainly to the President of the Continental Congress by General
           George Washington

     Box: 697, Series: 247, Series Number: 172
           Volumes I and II of the Letters of Major General Philip Schuyler, 1775-1785
           (Item No. 153). They contain letters, with their enclosures, addressed mainly to
           the President of Congress by General Philip Schuyler, June 1775-December
           1776
                                      National Archives
Cabinet 1, Drawer 10:

     Box: 698, Series: 247, Series Number: 173
           Volume III of the Letters of Major General Philip Schuyler, 1775-1785 (Item No.
           153). It contains letters, with their enclosures, addressed mainly to the
           President of Congress by General Philip Schuyler, January 1777-June 1785

     Box: 699, Series: 247, Series Number: 174
           Letters of Major General Horatio Gates, 1775-1782 (Item No. 154), Volumes I
           and II. The volumes contain letters, with their enclosures, addressed mainly to
           the President of Congress by General Horatio Gates

     Box: 700, Series: 247, Series Number: 175
           Letters of Major General Nathaniel Greene, 1776-1785 (Item No. 155). They
           are letters received from Greene, most of them addressed to the President of
           the Congress or to the Committee at Headquarters.

     Box: 701, Series: 247, Series Number: 176
           Letters of Major General the Marquis de Lafayette, 1777-1787, and of General
           Du Coudray, 1777 (Item No. 156). The letters from General Lafayette are
           addressed chiefly to the President of the Congress, with a few to the Secretary
           for Foreign Affairs; those from General Coudray were received by the
           Continental Congress

     Box: 702, Series: 247, Series Number: 177
           Letters of Major General William Heath, 1775-1783 (Item No. 157) in one
           volume and the Letters of Generals Charles Lee and Benjamin Lincoln, and
           William Moultrie, 1776-1782 (Item No. 158) in two volumes

     Box: 703, Series: 247, Series Number: 178
           Letters of Generals Israel Putnam, Hugh Mercer, Andrew Lewis, William
           Thompson, Artemis Ward, George Weedon, Edward Hand, and Thomas
           Conway, 1775-1781 (Item No. 159), and the Letters of Generals John Sullivan
           and Robert Howe, 1776-1785 (Item No. 160)

     Box: 704, Series: 247, Series Number: 179
           Item Number 161, Letters of Generals Thomas Mifflin, Alexander McDougall,
           William Smallwood, Anthony Wayne, David Wooster, Samuel Parsons, Joseph
           Spencer, Richard Montgomery, and Arthur St. Clair, 1775-1789 (in 2 volumes),
           and Item No. 162, Letters of Generals Benedict Arnold, John Stark, Adam
           Stephen, John Armstrong, Lachlan McIntosh, and Lord Stirling, 1775-1783 (in
           2 volumes).
                                       National Archives
Cabinet 1, Drawer 10: continued


     Box: 705, Series: 247, Series Number: 180
           Item No. 163, which has been identified as Letters of Generals James Clinton
           and John Nixon; Colonels Lewis Nicola, George Morgan, and Josiah Harmar;
           and Generals Peter Muhlenberg and Enoch Poor, 1776-1789. In addition there
           are letters from Lieutenant David Luckett, General John Paterson, and Colonel
           Samuel Patterson in the volume. They are original letters, with enclosures,
           addressed chiefly to the President of the Congress

     Box: 706, Series: 247, Series Number: 181
           Letters of Generals Casmir Pulaski, Baron von Steuben, Baron de Kalb, Du
           Portail, Armand, and Ethan Allen; and Count d’Estaing, 1777-1786 (Item No.
           164). They are original letters, with enclosures, addressed chiefly to the
           President of the Congress.

     Box: 707, Series: 247, Series Number: 182
           Letters of Colonels John Laurens, Ephraim Blaine, William Palfrey, and John
           Pierce, 1776-1783 (Item No. 165).

     Box: 708, Series: 247, Series Number: 183
           Letters and Papers Relating to Canadian Affairs, Sullivan’s Expedition, and the
           Northern Indians, 1775-1779 (Item No. 166).

     Box: 709, Series: 247, Series Number: 192
           First three volumes of Item No. 173, identified as Letters of Nathaniel Greene,
           with various papers relative to the Quartermaster’s Department, 1778-1780.
           Although the letters and papers concern the services of General Greene as
           Quartermaster General, they are not necessarily a part of the records of the
           Congress; they do, however, relate to the activities and operations within the
           Quartermaster’s Department

     Box: 710, Series: 247, Series Number: 193
           Letters of Nathaniel Greene, with various papers relating to the
           Quartermaster’s Department, 1778-1780, Volumes IV and V

     Box: 711, Series: 247, Series Number: 199
           Letters and Papers Relative to the Quartermaster’s Department, 1777-1784
           (Item No. 192). They are letters received by the Congress, the Committee of
           Congress at Camp, and the President of the Congress
                                       National Archives
Cabinet 1, Drawer 10: continued


      Box: 800, Series: 922, Series Number: 1
            British orderly book; two volumes of returns, morning reports, and lists
            relating to the British Brigade of Foot Guards, and a ledger containing the
            accounts of soldiers who served in the 1st Company, 1st Battalion, British
            Brigade of Foot Guards, March 1776-August 1781




      505. Mordeal/Gist papers- reel 1 & 2 MNHP 801


Cabinet 1, Drawer 10: continued

                Zemensky/The papers of General Friedrich Von Steuben

The collection includes correspondence, orders, memoranda, petitions, indentures, and
writings on military topics by Baron von Steuben during his tenure as an officer of the
American army, as well as material relating to his estate and memorials.

      506.   Aug 1779- Oct 12, 1780
      507.   June 1777- Jul 1779
      508.   Oct 22, 1750- February. 13, 1781
      509.   February 14, 1781- Apr 1781
      510.   May 1781- Sep 1782
      511.   Oct 1782- December 1785
      512.   January 1786- December 1794

                            Revolutionary War Orderly Books
      810.
      811.
      812.
      813.
      814.
      815.
Cabinet 1, Drawer 10: continued

           Connecticut Historical Society, American Revolution (Rolls 1-7)

     816. Box 1- documents 1765-1844
     817.
     818.
     819.
     820.
     821.
     822.

Cabinet 2, Drawer 1:

                            Morristown Manuscript Collection

     Rolls 1 – 27 [3 copies of each roll].

     1.    Start: Abbett End: Alexander
     2.    Start: Alfonso End: Ayres
     3.    Start: B End: Beaumont
     4.    Start: Beauregard End: Beverhoudt
     5.    Start: Beverly End: Bloomfield
     6.    Start: Blount End: Broadly
     7.    Start: Broadsides’ End: Bunnel
     8.    Start: Burchard End: Carpenter
     9.    Start: Carr End: Clarkson
     10.   Start: Claws End: Cornstock
     11.   Start: Condict End: Cory
     12.   Start: Cosby End: Davison
     13.   Start: Dawes End: Dickson
     14.   Start: Diligent End: Edwards
     15.   Start: Ellis End: Faysseux
     16.   Start: Fearing End: Francisco
     17.   Start: Franklin End: Genet
     18.   Start: Geography End: Corringe
     19.   Gosher End: Grayson
     20.   Start: Great Britain End: Greenwood
     21.   Start: Gregg End Hamson
     22.   Start: Hancock End: Hemsley
     23.   Start: Henchman End: Honeywood
     24.   Start: Hood End: Howe)
     25.   Start: Howell End: Hussein)
Cabinet 2, Drawer 1: continued

                            Morristown Manuscript Collection

     26.   Start: Hutchins End: Jackson
     27.   Start: Jacocks End: Johnson

Cabinet 2, Drawer 2:
                            Morristown Manuscript Collection

     Rolls 28 – 54 [3 copies of each roll].

     28.   Start: Joline End: Lafayette
     29.   Start: Lafler End: Layton
     30.   Start: Leach End: Levy
     31.   Start: Lewald-stair End: Livingstone
     32.   Start: Lloyd End: Lytton
     33.   Start: Mable End: Mamonoua
     34.   Start: Manchester East: Mass. Militia
     35.   Start: Mass. Oach End: Menzles
     36.   Start: Mercantile End: Montrooe
     37.   Start: Moody End: Murray
     38.   Start: Muse End: NJ Judicial Essex
     39.   Start: NJ Judicial Hunterdon End: NJ judicial, Monmouth
     40    Start: NJ Judicial Morris End: NJ Monmouth
     41.   Start: NJ Morris End: NJ west
     42.   Start: NY Albany End: O’Donnell
     43.   Start: Ogden End Parsons
     44.   Start: Phelps End: Potts
     45.   Pound End: Rawdon
     46.   Start: Rapelse End: Robison
     47.   Start: Rachampeau End: Ryte
     48.   Start: S End: Schurz
     49.   Start: Schuyler End: Shillaber
     50.   Start: Shippoy End: Slyboy
     51.   Start: Small End: Spain
     52.   Start: Sparkhawk End: Stewart
     53.   Start: Stile End Taggart
     54.   Start: Tallot End: Talwell
Cabinet 2, Drawer 3:
                             Morristown Manuscript Collection

     Rolls 55 - 67 [3 copies of each roll].

     55.   Start: Tombekbe End: Tyson
     56.   Start: Ulrike End: U.S Army (1778, 11/16)
     57.   Start: U.S. Army End: U.S. Army 1863 (11/17)
     58.   Start: U.S bank End: US treasury controller (11/20)
     59.   Start: treasury load End: Van Contlandt (11/20)
     30.   Start: Van Dam End: Vitale (11/21)
     61.   Start: Vogue End: Washington, Booker T (11/22)
     62.   Start: Washington, Bushrod End: George Washington, 1784 (11/22)
     63.   Start: George Washington 1785 End: Oct 1797 (11/27)
     64.   Start: George Washington November. 11 1797 End: Washington,
           Lund (11/27)
     65.   Start: Martha Washington End: Weedon (11/27)
     66.   Start: Weightman End: Woutton (11/28)
     67.   Start: Worchester End: Zwehl (11/79)


Cabinet 2, Drawer 4:
                                     Ford Family Papers

     68.   Series   I, Folders 1 - 29
     69.   Series   I, Folders 30 - 40, Box 2 1 - 33
     70.   Series   I, Folders 34 - 43, series II Box 3 1 - 27
     71.   Series   II, Folders 28 - 53
     72.   Series   II, Folders 1 - 66
     73.   Series   II, Folders 67 - 89, Box 5 1 - 48
     74.   Series   II, Folders 49 - 67, Box 8 1 - 48
     75.   Series   II, Folders 49 - 71, Box 7 1 - 29
     76.   Series   II, Folders 30 - 45, Box 8 1 - 23
     77.   Series   III, Folders 24 - 52, Box 9 1 - 15
     78.   Series   III, Folders 16 - 53
     79.   Series   IV, Folders 1 - 59
     80.   Series   IV, Folders 1 - 52
     81.   Series   IV, Folders 53 - 60, Box 11 53 -60
     82.   Series   IV, Folders 30 - 60, Box 13 1 - 36?
     83.   Series   V, Folders 37 - 55, Box 14 1 - 51
Cabinet 2, Drawer 5:
                             Ford Family Papers: continued

     84.   Morristown Historical society- Hession records [4 rolls]
     85.   MISC- unknown [2 rolls]
     86.   Morristown NHS- reel 17 (duplicate), Franklin thru Genet
     87.   M.N.H.P- start: Carr End: Clarkson
     88.   M.N.H.P- start: Alfonso, End: Ayre
     89.   MISC- Denver Service Center, Re-modeling of museum
           and FM 1974. Bid schedule description of work schematic drawings
     90.   MISC- Library catalog cards- Lloyd W.Smith.
     91.   Diary of Hession Lx David Piel New York Public Library.
     92.   (#26) Ford material hard copy
     93.   (#25) Morristown and Ford material (hard copy) & (#24)
           Civil War Mss. NT Newton
     94.   Sgt. Whik and Munsghhauson from Z. Taylor December. 1776 (hard copy)
     95.   Zero y copies of 3 letters: A. Hamilton and ?
           (showing bleeding and fading)


                          Ford Family Papers, MNHP 1738/39-1904
     Duplicate rolls:
     Box 1 - Folders 1 - 29, Series I
     Box 1 - Folders 30 - 40, Series I; Box 2, Folders 1 – 29, Series I
     Box 2 - Folders 34 - 43, Series I & II; Box 3, Folders 1 - 27
     Box 3 - Folders 28 - 53, Series II
     Box 4 - Folders 28 - 53, Series II
     Box 4 - Folders 67 - 89, Series II; Box 5, 1 – 48, Series II
     Box 5 - Folders 49 - 67, Series II; Box 6, 1 - 48, Series II
     Box 6 - Folders 49 - 71, Series II; Box 7, Folders 1 - 29 ,Series II
     Box 7 - Folders 30 - 45, Series II; Box 8, Folders 1 – 23, Series III
     Box 8 - Folders 24 - 52, Series III; Box 9, Folders 1 – 15, Series III
     Box 9 - Folders 16 - 53, Series III
     Box 10 - Folders 1 - 59, Series IV
     Box 11 - Folders 1 - 52, Series IV
     Box 11 - Folders 53 - 60, Series IV; Box 12, Folders 1 – 29, Series IV
     Box 12 - Folders 30 - 64, Series IV; Box 13, Folders 1 - 36, Series V
     Box 13 - Folders 37 - 55, Series V; Box 14, Folders 1 - 51, Series V