Volume 3: Bibliography

Printed Sources

The American Neptune. Salem: The Peabody Museum of Salem, etc., 1941-.

Calendar of Virginia State Papers.Richmond: Printed for the Commonwealth, 1875- 1893. 9 vols.

Candler, Allen Daniel, ed., The Revolutionary Records of the State of Georgia. At­lanta: The Franklin-Turner Company, 1908. 3 vols.

Clark, William Bell, George Washington's Navy. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State Uni­versity Press, 1960. 275 pp.

Collections and Proceedings of the Maine Historical Society [various series and titles including James Phinney Baxter's Documentary History of the State of Maine]. Portland: Published for the Society, 1865-.

Extracts from the Journals of the Provincial Congress of South Carolina. Held at Charles-Town, February 1st, 1776. Charleston: Printed by Peter Timothy, 1776. 167 pp.

Field, Edward, Esek Hopkins Commander-in-Chief of the Continental Navy During the American Revolution 1775 to 1778. Providence: The Preston & Rounds Com­pany, 1898. 280 pp.

Fortescue, John William, ed., The Correspondence of King George the Third from 1760 to December 1783. . . . London: Macmillan, 1927-28. 6vols.

Hutchinson, Peter Orlando, comp., The Diary and Letters of His Excellency Thomas Hutchinson . . . . London: S. Low, Marston, Searle & Rivington, 1883-86. 2 vols.

James, W. M., The British Navy in Adversity. London: Longmans, Green and Co. Ltd., 1926. 459 pp.

Laughton, John Knox, Journal of Rear-Admiral Bartholomew James, 1752-1828. London: Printed for the Navy Records Society, 1896. 402 pp.

Neeser, Robert Wilden, ed., Letters and Papers Relating to the Cruises of Gustavus Conyngham a Captain of the Continental Navy 1777-1779. New York: Printed for the Naval History Society by the De Vinne Press, 1915. 241 pp.

Peck, Frederick S., The Frederick S. Peck Collection of American Historical Auto­graphs [sale catalogue in three parts]. Philadelphia: Samuel T. Freeman & Com­pany, auctioneers, 1947.

The Proceedings of the Convention of Delegates Held at the Town of Richmond, in the Colony of Virginia, On Friday, the 1st of December, 1775. And Afterwards by Adjournment in the City of Williamsburg. Richmond: Ritchie, Trueheart & Du-Val, 1816. 116 pp.

Proceedings of the Convention of the Province of Maryland, Held at the City of An­napolis, on Thursday the seventh of December, 1775. Annapolis: Frederick Green, 1776. 62 pp.

Raymond, William Odber, ed., Winslow Papers, A.D. 1776-1826. St. John: Printed for the New Brunswick Historical Society by the Sun Printing Company, 1901. 732 pp.

Read, William Thompson, Life and Correspondence of George Read, a Signer of the Declaration of Independence, With Notes of Some of His Contemporaries. Phila­delphia: J.B. Lippincott & Company, 1870. 575 pp.

Richards, Samuel, Diary of Samuel Richards, Captain of Connecticut Line, War of the Revolution, 1775-1781. Philadelphia: Press of the Leeds & Biddle Company, 1909. 117 pp.

Roberts, Kenneth, comp., March to Quebec. Journals of the Members of Arnold's Ex­pedition (revised edition, 1953). Garden City: Doubleday & Company, 1959. 732 pp.

Salley, Alexander Samuel, ed., Documents Relating to the History of South Carolina During the Revolutionary War. Columbia: Printed for the Historical Commission of South Carolina by the Slate Company, 1908. 118 pp.

Sheppard, John H., The Life of Samuel Tucker. . . . Boston: A. Mudge and Son, 1868. 384 pp.

Stuart, Charles, New Records of the American Revolution. The Letters, Manu­scripts and Documents sent by Lieut-Gen. Sir Charles Stuart, to his Father, the Earl of Bute, 1775-79 and Letters of General Howe, General Clinton, and other Officers to Sir Charles Stuart, during the Revolution, 1779-81. Privately printed, 115 pp.

Wharton, Francis, ed., The Revolutionary Diplomatic Correspondence of the United States. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1886. 6 vols.

White, George, comp., Historical Collections of Georgia . . . ( third edition). New York: Pudney & Russell, 1855. 688 pp.

Whitehead, William Adee, et al., eds., Documents Relating to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey. Newark: Printed at the Daily Journal Establishment. 1880-86. 10 vols.



The Freeman's Journal: or the North-American Intelligencer (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)

Morning Post and Daily Advertiser (London)

New-York Packet

Nova-Scotia Gazette: and the Weekly Chronicle (Halifax)

Pinkney's Virginia Gazette (Williamsburg, Virginia)


* Only printed sources and newspapers not cited in previous volumes.