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The Day Before Independence, Connecticut Governor Jonathan Trumbull Orders Troops to New York to Help George Washington

JONATHAN TRUMBULL, Manuscript Document Signed as Governor, to Thomas Seymour. Lebanon, Conn., July 3, 1776. 2 pp., folio.

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On the eve of Independence, Connecticut Colonial Jonathan Trumbull orders Lt. Col. Thomas Seymour to New York to assist Commander in Chief George Washington. Seymour is ordered to march his three regiments of light horse to New York. In a postscript, Trumbull orders him to send the equipped parts of units without waiting for others to be furnished.

Item #24487, $15,000

An Address to the Inhabitants of Great Britain – July 1775 Print of Message that Went with the Olive Branch Petition

[SECOND CONTINENTAL CONGRESS], Newspaper. Rivington’s New York Gazetteer; or, The Connecticut, Hudson’s River, New-Jersey, and Quebec Weekly Advertiser, July 21, 1775. New York, N.Y.: James Rivington. Front- and second-page printing of “The Twelve United Colonies by their Delegates in Congress, to the Inhabitants of Great Britain” (July 8, 1775). 4 pp., 11˝ x 18 in.

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On July 8, the Continental Congress approved and sent the Olive Branch Petition to King George III. At the same time, they sent an appeal stating the case directly to the British people. Both attempts failed, and we have found no evidence that the address was even published in England, as it was here, in Rivington’s New York newspaper, starting on page one.

Item #23544, $12,500
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