The Oracle - Britania, Hibernia, Scotia, and America assembled to consult the Oracle on the present situation of Public Affairs. Time is acting as Priest.
A statement of the claims examined by the Commissioners appointed to enquire into the losses and services of the American Loyalists, &c. up to the present time
Lines written by the late Mrs. De Lancey on the anniversary of 26 November 1782 alluding to a real incident in her life which occurred in America
Plan of the Investment and Attack of York in Virginia
A Map of the Country which was the scene of operations of the Northern Army; including the Wilderness through which General Arnold marched to attack Quebec.
Letter from Stephen De Lancey to his father, Oliver De Lancey, January 14, 1779
Undated order from Sir William Erskine to the habitants of Suffolk County
Thousand Hessian prisoners brought from Trenton to Philadelphia, Dec. 26, 1776.
Letter from Thomas Jones to Arabella Jones Floyd, February 2, 1782
Letter from Thomas Jones to Arabella Jones Floyd, February 5, 1783
Decision by the Office of the Commissioners appointed by Act of Parliament under the Convention with the United States of America to Anne De Lancey Jones, April 10, 1806
A Song, made by a Dutch Lady at the Hague, for the Sailors of the American Vessels at Amsterdam. June 1779. Another, made by a Dutch Gentleman, at Amsterdam, to be sung by the same, on the 4 of July.
Order book of Oliver De Lancey, February 4, 1777-June 30, 1778, copied by Edward Floyd De Lancey in 1880. Index of names.
Plan of the Siege of Charleston in S. Carolina
A Map of Part of Rhode Island Showing the Positions of the American and British Armies at the Siege of Newport, and their subsequent Action on the 29th of August 1778.
Military commission issued by Robert Mackenzie on behalf of Sir William Howe to John Peter De Lancey to serve as Major in the First Battalion of Pennsylvania Loyalists, October 14, 1777
In Sept., 1776, Capt. Nathan Hale volunteered to enter the enemy's lines to gather information on the British army, disguised. He was discovered and hanged Sept. 21, 1776, regretting that he had but
Plan of Fort Greene and Line of Intrenchments, from the Wallabout to Gowanus Creek, with a topographical sketch of the country.
The Manner in which the American Colonies Declared themselves Independant of the King of England, throughout the different Provinces on July 4, 1776.