Manifesto and proclamation [electronic resource] : To the members of the Congress, the members of the general assemblies or conventions of the several colonies ... and all others, free inhabitants of the said colonies ... By the Earl of Carlisle, Sir Henry Clinton, and William Eden, Esq ; ... Commissioners to Treat, Consult, and Agree upon the Means of Quieting the Disorders Now Subsisting in Certain of the Colonies, Plantations, and Provinces in North-America.
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- American Revolution (1775-1783).
Amnesty -- Great Britain.
Great Britain -- Colonies -- America.
United States -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783.
- Electronic books.
- Place of Publication:
- United States New York New York.
- Offering terms for a general peace and pardon.
- Description based on online resource; title from PDF title page (LLMC Digital, viewed September 29, 2017).
Signed: Given at New-York, this third day of October, 1778. By their Excellencies command, Adam Ferguson, secretary. Carlisle (L.S.) H. Clinton (L.S.) Wm. Eden (L.S.).
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Text in two columns; printed area measures 55.7 x 30.8 cm.
Royal arms at head of title.
- Cited in:
- Evans 15832
- Carlisle, Frederick Howard, Earl of, 1748-1825.
Clinton, Henry, Sir, 1738?-1795.
Auckland, William Eden, Baron, 1744-1814.
United States. Continental Congress.
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- Print version: Great Britain. Commissioners to Treat, Consult, and Agree upon the Means of Quieting the Disorders in Now Subsisting in Certain of the Colonies, Plantations, and Provinces in North-America. Manifesto and proclamation.
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