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PJA02
PJA07
115
PJA08
267
PJA09
PJA13
426

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suspected loyalism of6

in the Amer. Revolution3

DJA02
263

JA's comments on arming of in Philadelphia3

AFC01

mentioned3

PJA04
218
AFC01
307
AFC02
326

and conference of Mass. delegates with New England Baptist leaders2

DJA02
DJA03

JA characterizes2

PJA03
54
PJA04
57

meets with Mass. delegation to congress (1774)2

PJA03

accept British money but not inflated Amer. currency1

AFC02
254

and Memorial of Spanktown Yearly Meeting1

AFC02
339

“as dull as Beetles”1

AFC02
170

attitude toward drinking1

DJA02
155

Benjamin Prat on1

DJA01
153

estimated numbers in Penn.1

PJA05
120

exempted from Mass. draft1

PJA05
272

fail to resist Howe's march on Philadelphia1

AFC02
350

influence in Continental Congress1

DJA03

in Penn. politics1

AFC01

in Weymouth, Mass.1

DJA01
202

JA attends meeting of1

DJA02
137

JA on New England persecution of1

DJA02
107

JA's support from, in national office1

DJA03
313

JQA's letter to Joseph Sturge on war and pacifism (1846)1

AFC01

leaders of whig element among1

AFC01
238

letters considered by congress1

PJA05
62

“love Money and Land better than Liberty or Religion”1

AFC02
338

majority in Pennsylvania Assembly1

DJA03
312

members implicated in counterfeiting1

PJA05
274

members of in Continental Congress1

AFC01

military company from, raised in Phila.1

PJA03
61

of N.J. “are inflamed with Resentment”1

AFC02
175

of N.J. incriminated by captured papers1

AFC02

of Philadelphia “begin to say they are not Tories”1

AFC02
269

reaction to Lexington and Concord1

PJA03
11

rumors of “conspiracy” among1

AFC02
216

yearly meetings of1

PJA05
291

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