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  • Monday May 27, 1776
  • "RUN AWAY from the subscriber, living at no. iio, water-street near the new slip. A Negro Girl named Poll, about 13 years of age, very black, Marked with small-pox, and had on when she went away a red cloth petticoat, and a light blue shot grow, home made. however will take up and secure the said girl so that the owner may get her, shall be handsly rewarded. -Newspaper Adventisment in the Royal Gazette (New York) "
  • "What a fine affair it would be if we could flit across the Atlantic as they say the angles do from planet to planet. -Letter from John Adems to his wife, Abigail "
  • Wednesday, May 29, 1776
  • Sunday, September 22 - Thursday, September 26, 1776
  • "Our distresses were very great indeed before; but this disaster has increased them tenfold. Many hundreds of families have lost their all; and are reduced from a state of affluence to the lowest ebb of want and wretchedness-destitute of shelter, food or clothing. - New York Mercury Newpaper "
  • chapter 3
  • Tuesday, December 3 - Friday, December 13, 1776
  • ". . . Our private solders in your hands, are treated in a manner shocking to humanity, and that many of them must have perished thro' hunger, had it not been for the charitable contributions of the inhabitants. - General George Washington complaining to British general William Howe "
  • Chapter 4
  • Thursday, January 16 - Saturday, January 18, 1777
  • "We hold the truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are life, Liberty and the pursuit of happiness. - Declaration of Independence of the United States of America "
  • Chapter 32
  • Saturday, January 18 - Sunday, January 19, 1777
  • "Everything that is right or reasonable pleads for separation. The blood of the slain, the weeping voice of nature cries 'tis time to part. -Thomas Paine, common sense"
  • Chapter 36
  • Chapter 43
  • Chapter 40
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