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Fri Mar 21 17:05:54 2014 UTClccn-n500154460.06Sleds on Boston Common : a story from the American Revolution /0.670.96A Mirror for a printer ; [and] A proclamation14760134Thomas_Gagen 5001544650913Gage General 1719?-1787lccn-n86084845Bernard, FrancisSir1712-1779lccn-n50072496MassachusettsGovernor (1774-1775 : Gage)lccn-n79102865Alden, John Richard1908-1991lccn-n87839178Borden, Louiselccn-n79073605Parker, Robert Andrewilllccn-nr92033276Hood, Samuel HoodViscount1724-1816lccn-n79063282Great BritainArmylccn-n81024763Church, Benjamin1734-1778lccn-n50025417French, Allen1870-1946lccn-n79060711Rumford, BenjaminGraf von1753-1814Gage, Thomas1721-1787HistorySourcesRecords and correspondencePoetryHumorPersonal narratives‡vBritishCommentariesMilitary historyAmerican Revolution (1775-1783)United StatesGage, Thomas,MassachusettsPolitical scienceGreat BritainMassachusetts--BostonMassachusetts--ConcordLexington, Battle of (Massachusetts : 1775)Massachusetts--LexingtonConcord, Battle of (Massachusetts : 1775)ColoniesChurch, Benjamin,SpiesEspionageRumford, Benjamin,--Graf von,Colonies--AdministrationCourts-martial and courts of inquiryMilitary disciplineMartial lawGeneralsGreat Britain.--TreasuryCanadian Invasion (1775-1776)Dorchester, Guy Carleton,--Baron,Political rightsPolitical participationPublic opinionIndians of North AmericaCommerceHood, Samuel Hood,--Viscount,United States--Northwest, OldGovernorsColonial administratorsWashington, George,PrintersGreat Britain.--ArmyConnecticutBountiesMassachusetts.--Provincial CongressAmericaNew York (State)--New YorkArmies, ColonialHaldimand, Frederick,--Sir,American loyalistsSiege of Boston (Massachusetts : 1775-1776)LarcenyAsgill, Charles,--Sir,Amherst, Jeffery Amherst,--Baron,Huddy, Joshua,Philippines172117871762176317641765176617671769177017711772177317741775177617791780178117821796181418401846185818641868189919001907190819141919192219291931193219381939194119471948195019521959196719681969197119731974197719791980198619871989199119961999200020012002200420052007200820098416246559973.27Z1215ocn865858349ocn865814669ocn37911722251627ocn012568131book17690.76MassachusettsLetters to the ministry from Governor Bernard, General Gage, and Commodore Hood and also memorials to the lords of the treasury, from the commissioners of the customs ; with sundry letters and papers annexed to the said memorialsHistorySources42723ocn009535069book17690.70Bernard, FrancisLetters to the Right honourable the Earl of Hillsborough from General Bernard, General Gage, and the honourable His Majesty's Council for the Province of Massachusetts-Bay with an appendix containing divers proceedings referred to in the said lettersHistory27015ocn062814645file17750.81MassachusettsBy His Excellency the Honourable Thomas Gage, Esq ; ... A proclamation. Whereas the infatuated multitudes, who have long suffered themselves to be conducted by certain well known incendiaries and traitors ... have at length proceeded to avowed rebellion ... Given at Boston, this twelfth day of June ... 1775.History25419ocn085865238com17750.81Gage, ThomasThe letters of the two commanders in chief ; Generals Gage and Washington, and Major Generals Burgoyne and Lee with the manifesto of General Washington to the inhabitants of CanadaHistory25015ocn062808525file17690.90Bernard, FrancisCopies of letters from Governor Bernard, &c., to the Earl of HillsboroughHistory1954ocn000732809book19680.73Gage, ThomasThe correspondence of General Thomas GageHistorySourcesRecords and correspondence18911ocn062821424com17750.81Trumbull, JohnA new proclamation! By Thomas Gage, whom British frenzy stil'd honourable and excellency, o'er Massachusett's sent to stand here vice-admiral and chief commanderHistoryHumorPoetry1828ocn062805418file17690.76Adye, Stephen PayneA treatise on courts martial. Containing, I. Remarks on martial law, and courts martial in general. II. The manner of proceeding against offenders. : To which is added, an essay, on military punishments and rewards.Commentaries1705ocn000788009book19390.76Croghan, GeorgeGeorge Croghan's journal of his trip to Detroit in 1767 : with his correspondence relating thereto ; now published for the first time from the papers of General Thomas Gage in the William L. Clements LibraryHistorySources1696ocn062822680file17750.79Washington, GeorgePhiladelphia, September 29, 1775. The following letters are published by order of the Honourable Continental Congress. Head-quarters, Cambridge, August 11, 1775. Sir, I understand that the officers engaged in the cause of liberty and their country ... have been thrown indiscriminately into a common jailHistory1559ocn062810300file17790.84Gage, ThomasGeneral Gage's instructions, of 22d February 1775, to Captain Brown and Ensign d'Bernicre [i.e. d'Berniere], (of the army under his command) whom he ordered to take a sketch of the roads, passes, heights, &c. from Boston to Worcester, and to make other observations with a curious narrative of occurences during their mission, wrote by the ensign. : Together with an account of their doings, in consequence of further orders and instructions from General Gage, of the 20th March following, to proceed to Concord, to reconnoitre and find out the state of the provincial magazines ; what number of cannon, &c. they have, and in what condition. : Also, an account of the transactions of the British troops, from the time they marched out of Boston, on the evening of the 18th, 'till their confused retreat back, on the ever memorable nineteenth of April 1775 ; and a return of their killed, wounded and missing on that auspicious day, as made to General Gage. (Left in town by a British officer previous to the evacuation of it by the enemy, and now printed for the information and amusement of the curious.)HistoryPersonal narratives British12711ocn062810795file17660.86Great BritainBy His Excellency the Honourable Thomas Gage, major general, and commander in chief of His Majesty's forces in North-America, &c. &c. Rules and directions, for the good government and preservation of His Majesty's barracks in North-America, and for procuring and issuing fuel to the troops quartered therein10510ocn062808364file17750.88ConnecticutCopy of a letter to His Excellency Gen. Gage, from the Hon. Jonathan Trumbull, Esq ; governor of His Majesty's colony of Connecticut, in behalf of the General Assembly of said colonyHistory1047ocn062806880file17740.88Brattle, WilliamThe following is a copy of a letter, said to be wrote by Gen. Brattle, to the commander in chief, viz. Cambridge, August 29, 1774. Mr. Brattle presents his duty to His Excellency Gov. Gage, he apprehends it his duty to acquaint His Excellency from time to time with every thing he hears and knows to be true and is of importance in these troublesome timesHistory1026ocn062814643file17750.86MassachusettsA commission. By His Excellency, the Honorable Thomas Gage ... to Crean Brush, Esquire. Whereas there are large quantities of goods, wares, and merchandize, chattels, and effects, of considerable value left in the town of Boston, by persons who have thought proper to depart therefrom ... I have thought fit, and do hereby authorize and appoint you the said Crean Brush, to take and receive into your care, all such goods, chattels, and effects ... Given under my hand and seal at head quarters in Boston, the first day of October, one thousand, seven hundred and seventy fiveHistory1026ocn062814642file17750.86MassachusettsCambridge, June 14, 1775. The following is a copy of an infamous thing handed about here yesterday, and now reprinted to satisfy the curiosity of the public.History1016ocn062814649file17750.88MassachusettsBy the governor. A proclamation. Whereas the public seal of the province of the Massachusetts-Bay, abovesaid, was ... stolen from the Council-chamber in Boston ... I do hereby offer a reward of ten guineas ... Given at Boston, the third day of October, 17751006ocn062814644file17740.86MassachusettsBy the governor. A proclamation. Whereas a number of persons unlawfully assembled at Cambridge, in the month of October last, calling themselves a Provincial Congress ... Given at Boston, this tenth day of November ... 1774.1007ocn062820800com17730.86Supplement extraordinary. June 10, 1773. On Friday last the Corporation of the Chamber of Commerce of this city, waited on His Excellency General Gage, with the following address. To His Excellency the Honorable Thomas Gage, general and commander in chief, of His Majesty's forces in America. The humble address of the Corporation of the Chamber of Commerce, of the City of New-YorkHistoryMilitary history997ocn062805384com17750.86An Address of the gentlemen and principal inhabitants of the town of Boston, to His Excellency Governor GageHistory8954ocn000181362book19480.56Alden, John RichardGeneral Gage in America: being principally a history of his role in the American RevolutionHistory7627ocn040734908book20000.06Borden, LouiseSleds on Boston Common : a story from the American RevolutionHistoryJuvenile worksFictionHenry complains to the royal governor, General Gage, after his plan to sled down the steep hill at Boston Common is thwarted by the masses of British troops camped there+-+37637343152924ocn000385769book19680.56French, AllenGeneral Gage's informers : new material upon Lexington & Concord, Benjamin Thompson as loyalist & the treachery of Benjamin Church, Jr.: a studyHistorySources2663ocn001152969book19320.70French, AllenGeneral Gage's informers; new material upon Lexington & Concord. Benjamin Thompson as loyalist & the treachery of Benjamin Church, JrHistorySources20711ocn062814776com17750.79MassachusettsIn Provincial Congress, Watertown May 5, 1775. Whereas the term for which this present Congress was chose, expires on the thirtieth instant ... Resolved, that ... the several towns and districts ... forthwith elect and depute as many members, as to them shall seem necessary and expedient, to represent them in a Provincial Congress to be held ... in Watertown, on the 31st day of May instant1751ocn000028361book19690.73Gage, ThomasThe correspondence of General Thomas GageHistorySourcesRecords and correspondence1641ocn046685298book20010.06Hinman, BonnieGeneral Thomas Gage : British GeneralHistoryJuvenile worksBiographyDetails the life and accomplishments of the British general who ordered 700 soldiers to march to Concord to destroy the patriots' supplies and organized the British assault on Bunker Hull+-+99381564251596ocn062805359com17690.86Boston (Mass.)An appeal to the world ; or A vindication of the town of Boston, from many false and malicious aspersions contain'd in certain letters and memorials, written by Governor Bernard, General Gage, Commodore Hood, the Commissioners of the American Board of Customs, and others, and by them respectively transmitted to the British MinistryHistoryThe aspersions of disloyalty cast upon Bostonians by Governor Bernard in letters to the Ministry are here replied to, and his own motives and judgement in making them are called into question995ocn062815632com17740.86A Mirror for a printerHistoryHumorPoetry984ocn062810174com17750.86Freneau, Philip MorinGeneral Gage's confession being the substance of His Excellency's last conference, with his ghostly father, Friar Francis. : [One line from Virgil]Poetry984ocn062810256com17740.86From the Virginia gazette, August 25. A parody on a late proclamationHistoryHumorPoetry974ocn062809686com17760.86Farmer in the county of WorcesterGage's folly: or, The tall fox out-witted. an excellent new song, never before printed.HistoryMusic641ocn785645838com0.81Vernon, EdwardVernon-Wager papers, 1654-1773HistoryNaval historyRecords and correspondenceThis collection from the Library of Congress contains the correspondence of two British men, Sir Charles Wager and Edward Vernon, and covers the years 1654 to 1773. The focus of the collection is Britain in the West Indies. It includes such topics as British tensions with the Spanish and French in the Caribbean, the British Royal Navy, piracy in the Spanish Main, the South Sea Company, and the slave trade445ocn231588334com17960.73Paine, ThomasThe American crisis, and a letter to Sir Guy Carleton, on the murder of Captain Huddy, and the intended retaliation on Captain Asgill, of the Guards. By Thomas PaineHistoryPeriodicals291ocn056689040com19960.92Trumbull, JohnA new proclamation!HistoryPoetry251ocn181655253book20070.70Johnson, WilliamSir William Johnson papers, digital editionHistorySourcesThe collection was badly damaged in the 1911 New York State Capitol fire. Those documents that survived were published as Johnson Papers (see publications note). A published calendar of the collection was issued prior to the fire and the absence of particular documents is easy to ascertain (see publications note). The State Library holds other papers of Johnson and his family which are cataloged separately182ocn011240761book17740.96A Mirror for a printer ; [and] A proclamationHistoryPoetry181ocn695996853com17690.47An appeal to the world; or A vindication of the town of Boston, from many false and malicious aspersions contain'd in certain letters and memorials, written by Governor Bernard, General Gage, Commodore Hood, the Commissioners of the American Board of Customs, and others, an by them respectively transmitted to the British MinistryHistory171ocn731343541file17750.47In Provincial Congress, Watertown May 5, 1775 Whereas the term for which this present Congress was chose, expires on the thirtieth instant ... Resolved, that ... the several towns and districts ... forthwith elect and depute as many members, as to them shall seem necessar and expedient, to represent them in a Provincial Congress to be held ... in Watertown, on the 31st day of May instant161ocn799819697com17750.81Trumbull, JohnA new proclamation! By Thomas Gage, whom British frenzy stil'd honourable and excellency, o'er Massachusett's sent to stand here vice-admiral and chief commanderHistoryHumorPoetry+-+3763734315Fri Mar 21 15:17:24 EDT 2014batch33143